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Weck-End Edition, November 27-2S, 1915.
11 STARTS FLYWEIGHT TlllEST ! I THE HYMN OF HATE IS NOT ORIGINAL WITH EUROPE - BY BRIGGS TOBKITIIIPIIHP St. Louis Promoter Is Back of Movement to Establish a Champion in Newly Created Division; O'Leary, Cana V dian Lightweight Champion, Made Welsh Extend Himself Recently; Fulton Is Fast Improving. EL PASO HERALD I j j p ' and This is what he DID - BY T. S. ANDREWS. MILWAUKEE. WIS., Nov. 27. i middleweight limit of 19 pounds un "Brooklyn Tommy" Sullivan, at I less't were for a big match and with ., . . ... , " sood money in sight, as he dM not one time a. great featherweight care to train down unless it was worth Louis, being the head of the Future I City A. C has taken the Up from the American is. A ana nas started a tour Should Avoid Wllliir.!. While Jack has made a wonderful showing against heavyweights, ." he should be taking an awful chance in going against Jess Willard. as he would be obliged to give away over ; I GS pounds in weight. Those who I imagine that Jess Willard cannot box nament for flyweight boxers to decide the American title in that class. The weight is 11: pounds at X oclockk, and there are a number of clever lads at the weight. Jimmy Pappas. the Atlanta Greek: j had better dissipate that idea for he Frankie Iszo and Artie Armstrong, of ' proved In his match with Jack John Chicago, were named as the best of the I son that not only could he fight, but lot. with the understanding that they i there were times when he even out fight it out for the championship, j boxed Johnson. Tommy Sullivan has already started I Dillon, wonderful fighter that he Is. the tourney and is ar. iging for 1 had better stick to the light heavy matches between the three, me winner weight class and let big Jess alone, to be declared champion. Fnlton Shows Some Clans. Sullivan is endeavoring- to have de- I Fred Fulton, the Minnesota giant, cisions rendered in the bouts, so there '. who has been working his way to Will be no dispute about the results, j 'he top of the ladder the past year. fThn.A n... .. .U.. ...I.A.. La !... ' TTtHtif finite 3 Tilt iHlli tha hnvlnl. -..ww . .d UHIC OTUSW isis; iMUiaHl' 1 VT. . . ;. ..it w-mkc fans of the middle 'west, -when he put Aiiare vinaerson. me Dig cnicago Swede to sleep in four rounds at the Milwaukee auditorium a few nights ago. Fulton has been accused of meet ing nothing but dubs the past year, but it is certain that he has been going against some big men, and while these were not of the first class, they were tough enough to give him a thorough trying out. Arthur Felkey, while never consid ered a star, was always looked upon as a tough proposition for anv of them. Fred certainly gaTe him a severe beat ing in their first ten round bout, and then knocked him out in their sec ond, in five rounds. Terry Kellar has had a number of very good fights and gave Jim Coffey a battle for nine rounds. Still. Fulton knocked him cold in four rounds. Knocks Ont Anderson. Anderson was touted highlv bv the Chicago press and while he was not a finished fighter, he was fasr for a big man and carried a good wallop, which was demonstrated when he put Fulton down in the first round of their contest. In fact, during the first three rounds, Anderson made a splendid showing. In the fourth round, how ever. Fulton, who had been playing for 1 Anderson's far cnntfntfallv fiflv tha t. ,p21 nrown Recover Vision. j opening that he wanted. and let go a Pal Brown, the Minnesota light- J wicked left punch to the solar plexus. weight, who had his sight very badly It landed with terrific force an! put uuu.ea wnue training lor a fignt with Anderson down for the count of nin joe jianoot at superior, wis, last ssa- . taking all the fight out, of him. son, has recovered from the effects of 1 The fellow was game, and got to the accident and is now training again his feet, only to go down once more. weight class figured around ld noundR. but that was when Jimmy Barry, of Chicago, was cock of the walk. Since ' then the scale has been changed until now the bantamweights are classed at US pounds and it has become neces sary to create the new class of fly weights, the same as in England and France. 1 O'Leary Blade Welsh Jnmp, ' Very little has been printed about , the recent 12 round battle at Wlnni- ' pee between Freddy Welsh, the world's lightweight champion, and Johnny O'Leary. the Canadian titleholder. but from reports received here it must have been a very fast and clever exhibition. The papers gave the decision to Welsh, but say that he had to travel at top speed to get it. as O'Leary set a fast pace fiom the jump. Johnny ia a very ambitious .youth and wants to fight F.eddy for the ! championship over any distance, but he will have to step aside and give . hariie v hue and Johnny Dundee a chance. If Johnny wants to get in on the chase he will hare to manage in some way to hitch up a match with cither White or the Scottish Wop and take a chance on winning the decision. That will bring him nearer a Welsh znai.cn wan anj ming else. w Know 'Bout . J .dfc s (25 -Them he committed This and .said vuos "S v wtec ; j Thi-s effect or hate X V ; ne, 1 and on the third knockdown, which was a short right to the chin, he did nnt rnuml tn th mi11 Af tn nnrt Referee Harry Stout might as well 1 . . -, , -, ' . " j second period and fell only seven points nave counted into me nundreds. tor .rimer GallS JTlUIl 10 X 0110 W ;m"'CI")Dall "Tic; JT)1 WPSTTPITI- anon or tneir opponents s toiai iur Anderson was still unconscious at the T , " 7. , . J-u" -ui-V.Uimu ab UJ. weaui.111 th(s p,.,., The flnal acore was 3J for matches. Pal was thrown from his motorcycle and badly bruised about the head. He fought Mandot against the advice of his physleian and as a result had the worst of it. Now he is after a return bout, as he feels that he can beat the southern champion ; end of five minutes. When he came to ana it is prooaoie mat mey will Be I he said he never thought a man could matched at Duluth about December 14 hit as hard as Fulton had walloped or a little later. If he works all right him. he intends taking a trip east with I Seems to Hnve Punch. Mike Collins, who will manage him. J There were a number of fight critics Xew York. Kov. 27. When the Ameri Dillon Heady For Anyone. at the ringside, all the Chii-ago pa- ' can league magnates meet next month Since Jack Dillon. the Indiana nre twln. rnr.t.ntr A mnA ,-f nn. I thr trill mnlr. twn mnvM tmv.nl va fighter, has been recognized by the of them agreed that Fulton showed trenchment that were made bv the Xi. I American Boxing association as the that he hns the punch and also mnugh tional league last snrinz. I SECOND LEAGUE 11 HE ILL RETRENCH CHURCH LEAGUE I eat battles seen on the floor this sea- hard game, both outnts realising that and Westminster Presbyterians wilt son. a defeat meant the basement position meet In what promises to be a real Th VniaronaiiBiui had the hardest ! ' company with the First Methodists, battle. The second game will be- played kind of a Uneilusf thelrteam TwoVk The Westminsters led ra the first by the Episcopalians and First Chrls . geSng akiSt the rtronK and sTs- "" v " close score of 11 to 4. six j Mans. Several of the teams will be fentefScS of the BsttatsVndwrv of the leaders' points being made by strengthened by the additions of vet i basket nude came onrr after the most Schumacher, the mammoth center. This trans who have come in by reason i Dasaet maae came oniy aiier uw most M1 t - ,fc -i-. v rnmiii .. strenuous effort. 'T " "- --"""- - " "' " - - - The first half ended M to in favor the final whistle., the score stood 24 ofe EpiscpaHaM bVt tta Cawlr t ' favor of fhe Westminsters. i DEAF MUTE FOOTBALL BOYS A ... - 1. ! nns. 4mtyi In ths IDC UU.lllS WCfe OMIK S i VIM WO. a.v !!. .. - ". ""Y o-. . . . ....- e-i fc . a n.uc c3t.1111113s.srr as. uHJovvaws o xaasaists lead of Nat'onals in Plac ing a Limit on Flayers. sters Win Ba'Jke'ball Series at "Y.M ng git Although deft-ated b a rather one sided score the Calvar -Houston Square Baptist team. In its basketball game. light heavyweight champion of the class to be set against Jess Willard ; A player limit will be established . wltn the Episcopalians, at the I to 8. j The Episcopalian points were scored as follows: Btefer. S fields and 1 fouls: Anderson. 4 fields and 2 fouls: Koutlrdge. 1 field and 1 foul. The Cal-ar-Houstons scored as follows: Gil hert. 3 fields. Vitt, 1 field 2 fouls. The officials were Worthington and Ross S'lherberg was scorer The Westminster and First Presby- First Mrthodist Moblev i fields and a foul, Womeldorf 1 field and a foul First Presbyterian i Clayton - fields. L-arara 1 field. iCbsrrh League StaBdins Hon Lost Pet. ' First Baptist 3 1.M i BpuK-opaHan 1 1.M Calvary Baptist 2 1 .tiT Meilcan Mrtbodtat 2 1 .T Pint Christian 1 S .131 WMtxmmttr Pre 1 2 .333 I First Presbyterian t 3 . world, he has been setting a pace that In a title match. Of course It would and the spring training season will be 1 Friday night, put up one of the hard- terian teams placed an exceptiona.ly , Next Friday, the Mexican Methodists i via wireless. READ SIGNALS FROM HAND Richmond. Vs.. Kov. 2I.-Gallaudet college in Virginia, Is the only college for deaf motes having a football team. The team, moreover, is worthy of mention for Its performance on the gridiron alone this year, having de feated many of the elevens la the vicinity. AH signals are given In the sign language with the fingers and the en tire team watches the hands of th quarterback while he calls the plat i the other fighters are finding a hard time to ioiiow. Jack has been beating middle weights and heavyweights alike and his-latest victim was Frank Farmer of Oshkosh, whom he put to sleep in four rounds. While Farmer -was never considered a top-notcher, he was given credit for being able to stand a lot of punishment, but he could not bear up under the sledge-hammer blows that Dillon handed oat. While here. Jack said he was sin cere in his determination to take on any man in the world, no matter whether he was a heavyweight, light weight or even middleweight. He said, however, hat he would not make the be a better proposition probably. If ; cut short, according to men elose to Fulton and Frank Moran, or even Jim American league officials. Coffey, could fight it out. as these two Already the managers of the clubs are considered to be about the best I in the Johnsonian organisation are Heavyweights in tne country. How- 'making their arrangements so that t ever, ruium uuustu is 01 me opinion mey will not be interfered with by the that he is good enough to meet Jess expected ruling Willard right now. He cannot get the I The 3ankees will not begin training .Hvua. VUb .., ,,.a tun.. c 10 ...w , mim Marcn i. aiinousn a lew mtcbers will slip down to Macon. Ga-. unof ficially the last week in February. The White Sox, who usually started on their training trip to California in February, will tiain in Mineral Wells. Tex, and wHl not leave Chicago until March 1. The Detroit Tigers also are arranging to go south later than usual, and the other clubs will follow suit The Giants protested vigorously last season about the limit, for they had a number of veterans, held by long term contracts who were of little use. but who filled up the club roster. Other clubs, however, found the system by which the training season was short ened cut on a good sized slice of the ises. Baseball. Approximated S24.Mu.Ma in tfcr. ,m which was paid out or invested in baseball in this country the last year. This estimate is based on figures of secretary John H, Farrell. of the Na- better man. because he claims he knocked Wills rd flat 4n their exhibi tion bout at Rochester last spring If the two are matched at New Orleans, it will no doubt create a lot of interest, for the Minnesota man has made a lot of friends throughout the middle west by his performances the past year. ' Feds LeaJ Leagues In No-Hit Games -:jj:- -:J:- -:JJ:- -:J:- -::- alters, of Waco, Leads Texas League ; &S8"gr5Z. 1 Annroximatelv 24 Mo nsi v-TEW YORK. Nov. 27. Special hall" from a novel angle. His letter is, IX I comDilations neverirur the base- in part, as follows: i..ii ,.. i, .ua x- i . "The endless discussion of 'summer tional Association of minor lauruu vme ican and Feierai learaoB dia-i baseball' Is rendered all the more tire- combined with, estimates of major a numbeV of inferestinSturM i5 some the real point at issue league expenses. This sum includes connection with the stra-iS fof toe usually missed. It is not a matter of I2e.W0.8M paid out by organized ball pennants of the resoectiv? orailsa socal distinctions, as some newspapers ' Plar?' salaries and operattnr ex- Sons Two no-hit lam were Hhed inUmate; nor is it even a question of P?0,8?- ThItfen million dollars invest- , th- vft??, 'LSmf.r.er!-fS tearing- down the fence between the '" I8"1 L-lan . Jl.Mt.W paid amateur and professions! paddocks. "",' "y lne eoerais ror players and The real danger is. that if rsuamer P.f u., ' fJ ,. -.- -..".., icaiucuL vi wie vernon in the National, none in the American and four in the Federal league. The iuiu i unc-uii Bfues rauin inai baseball' nr anv rom nt u A,u u uaaie .viaier. president of the Vei nine occurred in the National. 12in the Sit??1 .r i.J001 "hould be (Pacne coa-t l-u) elnh h.. Ame.ican and six m the Federal league. 3,",,. "under the pressureTf inter ceived a leUtr f rom 'Ted G-ther. CatheV Two-hit contests we.e more frequent. ii JriJr,?," p!??k r . .JT ,s one of the three Boston NaUonal the American league leading with 2: "" JJ" T" 'S' ""1 i Ah-? 1 !.?.. nt- to v-nm tottEte 2J pIie? ""'ea"011 to devote their Cather stated that he was glad of the summe.s to the game in order to In- chance to come to the coast. Tie aa. .lErrp.J fn tAH.B f.i. -. . ",11 the Nauonal second with , and the Federals third with 17. Two 19 inning games were the long- READ THE FOLLOWING CAREFULLY: It is a well known fact that tbe International Specialists are fair and square in their dealings and that they never accept for a cure an incurable ease, and that they cure every case they do treat as quickly as possible, for they treat each case for a stated fee; the only fair method of dealing with the siek. It is an established fact that they make no misleading statements or unbusiness lika propositions, calculated to deceive the public or induce people to consult them, neither do thev issue fake contracts. It is an undeniable fact that-they are'better prepared and equipped for the successful treatment of Chronic Diseases than any other specialists in the Southwest and that they administer the best, most mod ern and effective treatment known and have cured more paients than all other specialists in the Southwest combined. THEIR PRACTICE IS LARGER THAN THAT OF ANY DOCTOR OR COrBISTATION OP DOCTORS IN THIS SECTION AND THEIR PATIENTS ARE OP THE BEST FAiLTLTES OP TEXAS, NEW !MEX ICO, ARIZONA, AND OLD MEXICO, NEARLY ALL OP WHOM ARE SENDING THEM THEIR FRIENDS. sure victorious teams. BOWLING T. .A. .. , . ."- --- est contests of the season. OB6 being rT'ju 'ti " 1", 7 .:"'?.. """"""n fKreea terms with Maler and will r-aj ed in the National league and the 7 5 "J,8Can1 l? Jt8l,f' and Jne J ,n ,haBd. whn tne " ". fr . .. wfe . .uc cause of Ani1lA4M riloatfiKraolinn . Snrfnir train nv s-aad n... I omer in tne American, a 16 inning i iJIS. vKUH? """- struggle was the feature match in this , I Braved hVj JS0ieri,.0f Jtfe. ihn respect jn the Federal organisation. The winner of the Army-Navy foot- fo come VoTu tesrcatS The National league also led in the ball game in New Tork city this after- factory. BertWtallns;S.- s!t bifn hea hitUng department of the game, noon once again goes Into the lead in hear from yet. two 21 hit contests being recorded. The the race for gridiron honors between . Fede.als were next with one 22 hit the two service aeubnnlM n tb. : . gatre and the Americans third with two present time the elevens of the Soldiers 21 .h.;r sames. and Sailors have) each won nine games -VI' three organizations boast one while one resulted in a S to 6 tie. ?ame tn which the total runs reached Sine th. ric t.to i -tea t& the 27 mark. In the National league games have been played, breaks having fl!j? iLt? .'if-P'f.i?811" .eh " " tnicago won a game from St. Louis 14 occurred from 184 lo 1S9 .id .i Ti.V rr. "". ""x ". were tn IS- fh Rixtim An..rinc j.f.j- . ,.. . ... . Z7,.r -t-- .umau. lax Jo L ,v . . , "- - .i" ww iw to iwr. in lotai number J. i Aaureaa....... iss The letroit Americans IS to 12 and the of points the Cadets lead with S2 U- M. Tsltle- a Bilumore Federals won from the Kan- against the Middies' 1S9. The highest - a- Callsher Tm Fas City Feds 17 to 12. In extreme score ever made in an Army-Navy game 5'" D- SlJ"oa i" srore. the National league also takes was that of 199S when the Cadetl de- H,rrr crr " the palm for Boston defeated St. Louis i feated the Midshipmen 48 to S. On two I Total. - 7T l.,l i1tahe. Ameriean le8me w".neIt occa-ions the Navy won by the narrow TrtStareMotor"" 1 from St Louis while the Federal being the only points registered In R- B- Heater m leagues best offering in this respect:' these two contests. I a C. Abbott. ic was the St. Louis triumph over Buffalo I Lata BUI ibj by a 13 to 0 score Th 1.,H,. .. ; . . I D-vU 15 -i-ocam 7a 2d 212 1(9 111 lit ill 3d 14 las I7C 191 14S ; h 24 Id 14 IS4 14 lit 19 194 119 1M 1U 12 Ttl iSl 472 im l Sit' l m -taa 45 419 4S4 M m, ..-:ij , . . . " ed to" HughVnd is regard"er 'ZZSZ 0fqoerleen"oylr?e,wf0,: tory. even from the point of view of 15. T2i E.?jJ?,? ,? Tork: racing men. The figures for attend- wSSa? Sul-STL? o. ance at Newmarket show that at the o.'L LBU7? JeuJ!?' Six rHinI,r m.... .k . r; city, l4 games, batting average .35S. Virginia leagu fl M7 1472 Pomtajrea, Ctty National 4; atrh csnw. a i.anaati- s ordinary meetings there was an in crease of visitors, while ail the extra fixtures were well patronized. With the meetings at Epsom, Ascot. Good cod. and Doncaster abandoned. the prize money for the season natur ally showed a big fallmg-orr. The list of n inning owners Is needed by Ludwig Neumann with total earnings of 267. 000: last year J. P. Joel led with SI 55 000 Other o ners who figure well up in this year's prize list are: Sol Joel with JSS.sOO: J. B. Joel. 249.8W: c ciuiton. 1.UUV. lord KORrtwtnr ThraRher Vnrfjitv- "i games, oatting average .348. Canadian league Burrill, Brantford; games, batting average .241. Central league Edlngton. Grand Rapids; 123 games, batting average .J2i Texas league Walters. Waco; ISS games, batting average .325. South Atlantic league Chancey. Macon: 3 games, batting average -3S9. Ohio State league Sharman. Ports mouth: 103 games, batting average .374. amer ciaie lea true uoingan. Olean, waatani la C. O. OoJe .......! r. w. rsn t;...n...is J. L. DrhweA ........194 Bd gcttU v .,.144 Joe Bryan ....... ....199 Totals S7S Old Guards. jt J. A. Weaker ..149 Hart Wood 1M A. Daramy ...194 H. B. Chriatte 14 Seett .White lfg 24 19 SS4 199 199 192 871 24 149 147 1(2 119 m 191 in 244 191 949 Id 242 19 171 IS 24 TtL m 93 S99 919 2718 TtL SIS 44T 474 494 949 PILES CURED PAINLESSLY - Uc use er-.this common aHnrent the famous PENN" IKFILTRATI0X METHOD. Itis the one absolutely sure cure for Ms. Wo ha not had a, single failure since we adopted this method. 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S40 0V0. lord Derby. 321,000; August -J" vS"J"- htBS average .Sir, Totals 791 99 949 2912 Polata won. Wantons 4; Ugh BSaaa. Sefcatz 294: high total, SehBts 999: strike out. Weed NOTICE CUR CHANGE OF LOCATION New York State league Kav nine ham ton; 115 games batting average SUSS BROWNE PUFKATS Belmont. 315.090. and Mortimer Singer, il.'alio The king had a very lean year, bis horses earning only 34875. Polvmelus heads the list nr n,n,. ' HARVARD fOOTDlM, PL ITERS lr6 liits nrni-i.ni hi.i-in,, .- i races of the value of 389 9 . Un- t Cambridge. Mass.. N'ov. 17 A num- Mrs. May Sutton Bundy, also formerly riouDiediy romoern was the best 3 . " rcsuiar iooidbii piay-i me line noiaer, s-4f G-3, In an exhlbi m: old ll-;lieve th hi silts, ni'.vnv AT TRWIS Long Beach. CaL, Nov. 7. Sitae Mary TO BE PUT O.V PROB4.TIOX an's tennis chaxmlnn .ralH Vrld.v of the season, and turf critics rs wl,i' Jccord'nB to report, be placed tion match of 'the invitation tennK .v. .. i.- .1. T. -.. . . 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