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Wrfk-Eiid Edition, October 23-24, 1013.
3-C didate for the managership of th" freshmen eleven. Although he is heeling against 60 other men he thinks his chances of landing the plum are of the best. Quentin s i.lans call for "BIETHIP'BIIIFITBILL EFfECTnELraKD BT 19 SHE Speed Is Now Mightier Factor Than Brawn and New and More Startling Upsets Are Being Recorded Each Week on the Gridiron; Navy Gets Worst Beating in History; Trying to Make Winners at Yale. BALL GAMES WITH JAPAN SHOW sport participation in the sprm he will endeavor to pry hla wa., wu 1 in 13 the first freshman crew WORLD SERI MUST BE ENLARGED 1 t PASO HERALD ES psaOTssc '- "p " - ts, ,.. i j i i imca? r "- 1 V TEW YORK. Oct. 1 of the "Big Three" In the east "" era football world seems to have en effectively ended bj the new -a me Tale has been beaten once, and t. irlv beaten in another start: Pnnce lun narrowly squeaked through with a ti o victory over Sracue. Harvard tad a nilffhtv tapk in oefeating the Ai.issachusetts ggies on OVt- . lale. Htrvard and Princeton ruled during the h gone eara because n tliost d i the greater the bulk the i-reater tli. fimt!all elexen. Those colli-os bad i biE enrolment, they got the ram" "f the prep school athletes, end as a result the alwas could uster a i am that rarely was sur passed But th new and open game, the - mie th. T mi es speed a miKhtier fac tor than 1 r..n n, ontinues to bring new r i and m t -itlm,' urets each week -n the I nth-ill world, and effectively as kicked to pieces the claim of Yale. i'irard and Princeton that they alone ma hold the championship. Syracuse Heavy I.lne F racuse, however, is one of the ery few colleges that still inclines to beef. I this season it has placed on display rue of the heaviest lines, if not the hi lest, in the histor of the game. Trom tackle to tackle that line a er ases 217 pounds. There's exactlj 10SS III PHVNK G. MKMxE. 2J. The reign pounds centered that line, distrib uted as follows: McDonald, tenter, t 19i pounds. White, guard. -4 pounds Schlachter, guard. 247 pounds, Loin. tackle. 195 pounds, and Johnson, tackle. 194 pounds. It's a line that no team so far lias reall dented, a line that has thrown back nearly every uu rush W tth a line like that Syracuse ought to so through a season making a grc.it .ei ord. but unfortunately for the orang team, its backfleld is just a hit aiue the mediocre. , Quentlon of avj Team. Is the navy eleven this ear extremc 1 punk or is Pittsburg amazingl powerful on the offensie That's the question football enthus- lasts have been asking ever since that Pittsburg outfit walloped XatJ. 49 to I 1-, thereby doling out to Uncle Sam- t my's sailor school the worst beating it ; has received within the memory of the oldest football inhabitants. i It's a question that will liaie it's ttuswvr wry soon in me laier Ings of both elevens, and us that the answer will burg has a football te. among the greatest in the country Swsswrv v.w2-. lale l'outliall MnrrlorN. illeris m Lilian. RAILROAD TIME TABLES. Ail trains arrive art! Cepari rrom Union station, foot et San Francisco street. Atl arrivals and Oepartares given In El Paso or mountain standard time SANTA FE. For AlboqnerQue. Denwr Cblcago. L Anccles Iv. 8:5 a. xn. and 8 M p. ra- From Albuquerque. Denver. ChJcaco. Lo Anceles Ar 19 a. m. and t&S tx a EL PASO & SOCTHtVBSTEB. (Tefttern Division). For Arizona and Sonora Lv. 2E5 p. m. and ? 4 p. m. From Arizona and Sonora Ar. 7:W a. m. anU 1 4ft p. m. (Eastern Division). For Kansas City. St. Louts and Chicago Ir l 55 p. m. and p. ta. For Tocomcari Lv 7 ! a. m. From Chicago. St Loots and Kansas CUT Ar 6 M a. m. and 2 4t p. m. From Tucnmcarl Ar 7-29 p. m. G. n. & S. A. AND 8. T. TRAINS. For San Antonio. New Orleans and Wash ington Lv. S 46 a. m. and 10 3t p. m. From Washington, New Orleans and Sao Antonio Ar 53 p. m, and 10 p. m. For Arizona and California Lv. 6:45 a. zo. 6 p. m. and lft:16 p. xn. From Arizona and California Ar. 1:11 a. m., i 3ft p. m. and 1ft p. m. TEXAS & PACIFIC For Dallas and St Louts Lv 6:30 a. m, 7 00 p.m. From St Louis and Dai.aa Ar 9:45 a. m 9 3 5 p. m. MEXICAN CENTRAL. For Acuascallentefl and intermediate pcins Lv Juarez at 8 p. ra. From Asnascallent-s and intermedlats points Ar Juarez 7 3ft a. m. MEXICO NORTH WESTERN. For Pearson and Intermediate points Lv Jcarez Mondays ana inorsaays at a m. From Pearson At. Jnares S p. ra. Wed n lays and Fridays; AUTOMOBILE ROUTES ROSWELL-ALAMOCCIRDO PASSENGER AND EXPRESS LINE. Automobiles leae Alamopordo ror Ros wel1 at 7 30 a. m . arrive at RorTreH at S:10 P m. "Vestbound automobile leave Ros weU for Alamogordo at 7 Oft a. M. Arrive a Alamosordo at MS F M. Stops ars made at the following points Plcacbo. Tlnnie. Hondo. San Patricio. Glen Coe. White Mt Inn. Mesealero Bent. TnU rnsa. La Laz. Throuch fare one way Jit ft Interme llate polnU 8c per mile. Twenty-five pounds barrage carried free. Exiess lc per pound. Telephone No 22 or No 5C Roswell: 4t or 43 Alamoffordo. Bert Brow nine. OenL Mgr. Roswell New Mexico. , ninf an Life doesn't seem to sixe up p one srrand. sweet sonz. in the oninton oi Frank Hinke? He s out his whole , ner A ?-,t heart and soul into making a winner I . . out of those Tale football warriors, but so far he has failed. In 1914 during: his first year as c I ch his team suffered two defeats one unexpected)! at the hands -of Washing ton and Jefferson and that other terri fic beatinp which was presented b Harvard It was the -vorst walloping' Yale ever has received. There were mam tuuses for Yale poor showing last ear, and much hope I oer the 115 outlook. Yale looked ! like a world beater in the pelinunarv dope, but what does hope amounjt to , after alL Yale went out and sets it- , self beaten up by Virginia, the biesest surprise in Yale hietorv, and in its j rah nvf .f. wrv .. n a a Atnl1' oer Lehlph. not because it was s bet- J - - j3- -..t&SSr.W- .'af5jh,,,j . ittKCfma ore noc at wascda. iiati t.Hin iinn hm on th. lii-UI preceded by the Vaeda unnersity band at iofeio. - f. n. - .iMinpior-hip ba-rball "anil's im nae 10 rppnwni more u-imwj Jrrn- an 1 Detroit and t mcinnati as at present, for our intern neighbors, the .t ... t. i t ii.. ...A..... n.i i.iii.i ...inn nae ru..in nmirui Tf. -.kiwiii" a r"at tiuniiu ii in. ani iut jar tne .-nii-nii iir.M.. .u. . .. ..w..u Tie la-nli uiint-r-.it at f.-ki.. has a s;.d team, and recently plajed the unneruty of Ihicago t itui' iii.i- Tin 1st.- sh- inurli eiitliii-.iiin tm-r the same ami t-ii-omi-u iu- t-ii'i;:u "" " ';i juu- ae later show- c-l(.lT KF ihu-- mmir?it t tliuiio ti nd it seems to J jn 1jt ,,,, xrar, to i-oiiie tin orM be that Pitt 1 A. ., . . , , . .. , . ... am that rants L tlM tli.it l.iui.ie.i b Bu"-l.in and t the country i lapaiH - i.t' --Iiow iiij; a r-at timdiu r b-i-.I itimiMi-id "I -tml nts iircetslnl tin p!i r II illffS mm H i tniinci cihfi nil afCQi cniQT I U5SL1UIS UimL US5 BLU UUHU I 4.0 tin diamond, and all Tokio turnwl out to ee the games. ter team than Leftist, but beenis outlucked the plucks Pennsj han- . Hinke. just now, is wona-in? what's eoins to happen next. And as he wonders furrows grow on his brow. Rational League of Baseball in Australia is Hampered by Adverse Conditions. STUDENTS PULL OFF FOOTBALL FARABE Sydnej. Australia. Oct 21 The Na tional League of Baseball clubs is not the onlv national lea&ue in existence. There is now one below the equator. The latter, is of course, but an infant body compared with the bin organiza tion in the Vnitetl States, whose title Several hundred students of the hush I " nas presumed to copy, but in some and grammar schools paraded th roach I future day. after the war. hen base the business section on Friday night. I ball has framed the measure of popu letting some of the citizens of El Paso j larity which its followers in Australia know that a football same was carded I hope to see it attain -down under" for this afternoon at Rio Grande park. there may be considerable sitmificancf The paraders made all sorts of racket. I in the words. "The National Baseball tin pans, kettles, whistles and other In- ! League of Xe South Wa'es, Limited " struments suitable for creating a noise! At the annual meeting a f-w da-a being plentlfuL I ago of the Summer Baseball association, The girls took the lead in the rootinx and shouted good advue to the fol lowers of the A. and M college eleven, which is to meet the Tigers this after noon A record attendance is looked for at the game as there will be a big dele gation from Las Cruces and Mestlla limited, which was projected soon after the McGra -Comiskej pilgrimage with the Idea of making base jail a summer as well as winter sport in Sydne and its enirons. and went through Inst summer on a sort of semi-professional basis with a fair degree of success de spite the war. it was voted to cban Park to boost for the farmers while the name to the more high sounding ine nign scncoi iouowera win ne ovx in force. The preliminary game is to be be tween Lamar and Bailey schools. YEAR HAS BEEN MOST SUCCESSFUL FOR POLO New York. Oct. 23 Statistics com piled by officials of the Polo associa- ' der most adverse circumstances. MARFA-FORT DAVIS ACTO 3IAU. LINE. Leaves Fort Davla dally and Sundays 8 a. m Leaves Marf a .2p- ca. One way. 12.50: round trip. Si fto. G. W. Davla, Prop. HICKOK HOTEL AND ACTO LINE. Enzle. N. H. Trips to EIpbnt Batte and Palomas Spring Car meet all trains. BLACK GANGE AUTO STAGE AND EXI'KESS LINE. Passenger service, learlnc Bnei and Chlorids daily except Sunday", at ? a to. foi Eephant Batte. Cuchlllo. Willow Sprlccm. and Falrvlew. Through fare one way. 36; intermediate points. IBe per mile B&t gs.g carried SO pounds tree, excess 3 cents per pound. BIG SPRINGS. LAMESA. TEX AUTO LINE Leaves Big Sprinrs daily except Sanday at S 30 a. m., arriving Lamesa via Soash and Sparenbers. at 12 coon, returning to Ble Sprips same day at 5 p. m. S3 $4 one way. fc 00 round trip Cord III & Smith. Prop-. Biff Sprinss. Tex. BCENA YISTA-OWE;0 STAGE LINE Bound trip dally (except Sunday) one way Ji.25. Meet ail Orient trains at Oveco (J. C. Marshall. Owner. TULAROSA-MESCALERO Anto leaves Tolarosa for Mesaer dally. S3 round trip: fare to Alamcgordo SS. D. W. Shoemaker Anto Line. Tolarosa. II. M. SILAEK CrTY MOGOLLON STAGE LINE. One Way $7.50. Roond Trip $15.00. Stanley Steamer. 12 Passenger Car. T Ire or write for reservation. Eight years experience Mosollon Road. Frank Townsend, P. O. Box 7M Phone 2fS. Silver City LAS CRUCES AUTO LINE. FOR HESILLA VALLEY POINTS. Leaves Herald office eaeb week day at 2 lo p. m. Fares from El Paso to Canatlllo J .TB Anthony .......- LOO Berino 1.2. Vado 1.10 Mequlte L7S MeslUa Park ... 2.00 La Crnces ........................... 2.00 Leaves Las Crnces Drcx Co. for El Paso at 5 p m. dally tion show that the season which has jnst concluded has been one of the most successful in recent years. "In spite of the general business de pression in the early part of the ear and the disturbances created by the war, polo has shown a rapid increase in popularity said II. U. Herbert, chair man of the Polo association. On. of the most gratifying features of the past season is the number of young- men who have taken up the sport and the skill they have dis played. "With an idea of further encouraging competition among the clubs, the offi cials of the association are outlinina the conditions for a number of new trophies to be played for nnder most attractive conditions. The full partic ulars of these contests will be given to the members for their aproval at the annual meeting, which is held in Feb-ruarv." one Just referred to. The first annual report of the association, which, was read, said: Arivcrftc Condition Handicap. It was unfortunate that the Euro pean crisis broke out just at the time we had launched our association, and considering all things we hae done ery well to maintain our position un- un- fortnnatelj. many obstacles were put in the way or the .advancement of this as socation by other sporting bodies for the purpose of strangling summer base ball in its infancy, but thanks to the loyal support of the players wt- hae come through with flying colors, and we have every reason to be proud of our position. Director A III Go head. "From a financial point of view we cannot claim a bier success, but under conditions which have prevailed since the opening of the season in September last we are indeed fortunate in beinjr in such a healthy condition as we find ourselves today, and now that most of the big expenses have been cleaned off we should do even better this season. The directors, after due considerarioc have decided to go on with the season's competitions, and trust, now that that decision is made, to have the loval sup port of plaers and public alike." California Universities to Sound Seath Knell of English Game. New York. Oct. 22 s a leadinff branch of intercollegiate sport tha game of Kugb appears to be doomed on the Pacific coast, its only strong hold in this country. The death knell of the English game on this side of the water was practically sounded during the past summer when the University of California broke off athletic rela tions with Stanford university, and the former turned oack to the American form of play. The action of these colleges came about presumable over the question of admitting freshmen to the athlet'e teams. Stanford held out for playing graduates, and disinterested parties have so far failed to bring the colleger together so that a Rugoy game could be plajed this falL school dopt American Game. Following the action of the Uni ersit of California, many high schools in all parts of the state and especially in the south have turned back to the American -game. Rugby is declared ab solutely dead in southern California There the University of Southern Cali fornia discarded Rugbv last year, and her example has been followed by nearly eery high school and club team Stanford university stands alone as the survior in the attempt to main tain Rugby. At the university the faculty is determined that American football shall never be resumed. Lead ing students assert that even if th' student body demanded the American game the authorities would not permit it, so strong have they been prejudiced against that style of play The resumption of the American foot ball game on the Pacific coast and the bringing of eastern competition to this termors wll bind the east and nest more closely. The Pacific coast col leges which are going back to the American game cannot, of course, ex pect to draw eastern competition the first ear of play, but with two or three ears development, hope to be able to furnish compettion w orthy of the eastern teams. KIOY FTER no UTS. Tommy Nelson leaves tonight on a hunting- trip and on his return his man ager. James Jesse, hopes to get him an exhibition bout with one of the best boys in the Mexican Y.M C.A. gymnasium. HEAVIEST GRIDIRON GUARD THIS YEAR asglgg&L, ft LAKE VALLEY. HIIXSBOKO AND KING STON AUTO STAGE AND EXPRESS LINE Sleets all trains at Lake Valley. Wire at my expense for special trips anr iraere at any time. Rates reasonable. F. W. MISTER. Hllltboro. N. M. BCENA VISTA-CRAJD FALLS ACTO LINE nonnd trip dally (except Sanday) one way 32 00. Will go anyvhere. any time. J. IT. Drown. Owner. clode to rnoENrx. Elfht hours. Via Roosevelt dam. Leaves Xomliilon hotel. Globe, dally. S:20 a. m. Arr!ve Phoenix 4 3 p. m. Fare 315. Unkt rewm4'inB In advance. '-lis -Jlcy Anto Stare U&c Globe. Arts. KOSIVE1X-CARIUZOZO UAH, LINE. Passenger service leaving both Roswell and Carziznzo dally and Sunday at t a. m. for Plcacbo. Tlnnie, Hondo. Lincoln. Ft. ZStanton. Capltan and KogaL Throoch tare one way. SS 40 Interme diate points at Sc per mile. Baggage car Tied op to 17S pounds. 50 pounds fres. Excess at lc per pound. Roswell Anto Co. Owners and Operators. EL PASO-LA MESA AUTO LINE. UPPER ALLEY. WEST SIDE. HERALD DELIVERY. Les-ves Herald office each week day at 4 00 p. m. Fares from El Paso to the to! lowine points are as follows: Canutllio I .71 La Union store .............. LOO Chamberlno ..... ....... LIS La Mesa ... ..... .............. LOO ''r leaves La Meea for El Paso at 8 a. m. da r Te epbone 342. La Mesa N. M. E. T. Hewitt. nnaou Hurra CMfgS SCMCACHTEJZ. r-TTHE uniierbitr of Syracuse has the heauest pair of guards playmp on any college el.ven this yiar . m a tun ia iTjit--uieu in ine iwo men Hanking tin- .V full quarter i enter nnftirinn The nmr ia madji mt nf I tine Su.Ma. li or ..1.a tips the beam at 247 pounds, and Harold Ylnte h ,-r Un,i fi. miru. - th .i, .. i. o- j 1 Faiiey a laO pound quarterback trying to plunge through the Sra-u,e line at either of the guard points. Absolutely nothing doing. Both of these giant guards are New York. hos. and received their early football training on high school fields in the metropolis. Schlachter played on the Bushwitk (lirooUjn high school team, and White was one of the star players on the DeWitt flinton high sdiool eleven a couple of years ago. Schlachter i a junior aM has one more year to play, white this will be the last year of college football for White, who is now a senior. In spite of the heavy weight each of these men carry, they are far from slow on the offensive ami play an almost perfect game. At the beginning of the year, Schlachter had a tendency to rise up to hi full heif!, of C feet 4 inches when making a line charge. The coaches wasted a lot of perfectly good talk in trying to get Schlachter to "hit the line" low. At last they brought out a strap and held it over his head while he harg"ed If he went too hih he .aught the strap in his face or on his neck, fttr arniiinnr a f . 1,.. , n.. ,.,. i,.. .,.., i..oii.- 1 1 4- " 1 .i.. 1 chare" and now oes itu th opposing line with his ba.k alm.ist on iw h.ri'..ual D. RDDSE.ELT IS I T T Won't be Excelled by the Younger Taft and Dick Cleveland, He Asserts. Cambridge, Mass.. Oct. 23. Quentin Roosevelt te surely not going to be the "lame dnck" in the Harvard-Yale-Princeton triangular league of presidents sons. At least, he himself says so. Yale News is already telling' of the great feats of Charley Taft on the grid iron, and last winter the prints ivere filled with his achievement as a mem ber of fhe Blue's basketball team, . C!r eland Jm Athlete. Dick" Cleveland. Just out of Exeter with a long and honorable prop school athletic slate, is out to renew his ac quaintance with the gridiron as a can didate for the 191 eleven at Prince ton. Dick also is some athlete, holding the New England in terse ho last. shot put record. With the Tafts and Cleveland hog ging all the athletic calcium, it HI be hooves a Rooseelt to sit quiet and in different. Troubled with an injured shoulder that makes football plaving an imposibiIit this fall, young Quentin, "Teddy's oungest son. now a fresh man at Harvard, his reported as a can- Capital and Surplus $615,000.00 Resources $3,370,000.00 Regularly organized departments for all branches of banking. Pioneers in Savings. Safe Deposit Boxes. We Cordially Invite Your Account When You Go EAST SEE THAT YOTJB TICKET IS ROUTED The Sunset Limited From El Paso Daily, 8:45 A- 3 Pullman Sleepers, Dining Car, Observation Car, Oil Burning Locomotives. faJOIlBOTHiroYCLl THE EXPOSITION rates will be on sale daily until Nov. 30th, Limit Dec. 31. CITY TICKET OFFICE, NO. 206 H0RTH OREGON ST. WE CHECK YOUR BAGGAGE FROM YOUR RESIDENCE. TANT TO THE SICK! HEAD THE FOLLOWING CAREFULLY: I offer a REWARD OF ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS ( 8100.00) for anv uncomplicated case of PILES I fail to cure, without the KXIFE, LIGATURE, CAUTERY or CARBOLIC ACID INJECTIONS. I purchased the rights and therefore am the only Specialist in this section who can administer the PENN INFILTRATION CURE FOR PILES Hundreds of cases eiued are sending me their Mends afflicted as they "were. I will gladly furnish any sufferer Avith the names of as many as he cares to see or write to. "Why hesitate or suffer longer? Why submit to an operation -with, its attendant dangers, hospital fees and detention from your -work? I take all the risk and guarantee results. A PHYSICIAN MUST SPECIALIZE The stud.v of Medicine is as broad as life and as complex as Nature. It is therefore impossible for any individual to master the treatment of all human ills. The true Specialist is a physician who is absolutely expert in the treat ment of a few diseases, and one who has kept pace with time, by discarding the old, inferior methods for modern successful ones. I began my special work 18 years ago, and have treated thousands of patients in all walks of life, and I can sincerely say that in very few cases have I failed to bring about satisfactory results, and in recent years I have failed in no case. This is because I attempt to cure only a' few ailments, and those cases that I feel confident I can cure. I CURE UNCOMPLICATED CASES OF RUPTUKE in from one to three treatments, without operation, pain or danger, and bo detention from your InisineiW. VARICOCELE in thirty minutes, without doing an open "operation, with little if any pain and no detention from your business. HYDROCELE in thirty minutes without pain or open operation. BLOOD POISON After havinp tried out and investigated every known treatment for Bleed Pefeon, I am in a position to say that the -BRITISH CURE" is the ABSOLUTE and ONLY CURE for Bfoed Powon m all ite forms. I thoroughly investigated the much talked of -60S" treatment for Blood Pmeoa and proved to my entire satisfac tion that it would not cure in fact, it does' severe damage in Mme ease. Therefore I reverted my efforts to the perfection of the already celebrated -BRITISH CURE" and after years of actual demonstration m some of the worst ease of BLOOD POISON, I make the statement that the BRITISH CURE as practiced by me in a department especially fitted for that purpose is the "Specific'' for Blood Fovea. NERVOUS DEBILITY I pride myself in the results obtained in this common condition and attribute mv success ta the fast that T DIAGNOSE CORRECTLY find the CAUSE and remove it. CHRONIC DISEASES. lly office is better equipped for the treatment of Chronic Diseases than any other in the Southwest and with my unlimited experience in these conditions a cure can be effected in almost every ease. I CURE ALL CASES IN THE SHORTEST POSSIBLE TIME AND AT THE LOWEST COST CONSISTFNT WITH GOOD TREATMENT. CONSULTATION FREE Office Hours. 3 a. in to 7 p m. Snndavs, 10 to 1 only. DR. KETCHERSID HE INTERNATIONAL SPECIALIST (Established Xmo Wars). SECOND FLOOR HAMMETT BLK. 112 MESA AVE. EL PASO, TEX.