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11 ' with rami IlilFS TRICK IN Flit SHAPE; ATHLETES TRAIW Boxing Commission's Physi cian Passes Judgment on Willard and Moran. V'-vi Aoik. Mnrch il In order to ailiN the effects of some adverse re- i t An to the physical condition of ei MlIird and Frank Moran. who ar tf meet In a ten-round bout here "t --amrdev etentn;, ohalrman F. A. w ,-k of the New Tork state athletic n ni esinr had Dr. Joseph M. Cream- e ih c"-nmlslon' supervising pliysi- c in .famine both men ' - reamer. In hlB official state ti i t u.ilm saya in part Wl.ii 1 examine. Willard on his nl h"te some weeks ago. I had iii nn to whether the champion i.i cet fit for a hard battle in so Mi ii a tinu I am satisfied AVIllard r. . li right now to Bo ten rounds i i.ii sp cd with Moran or anybodv s. ii .1 that his present condition Is a f'i . tribute to hl training methods, 1 -.plie ' riticiatn to the contrarj. Mornn U Ilnnl Iron. f. r i was hristlini. Tilth Igor and i -i.i firht when lie returned here f --uatoKa two weeks aco "If l kiM h is ien better toda than A i. ni ih.n Frank la hard as Iron i 1 , ip confident of success. Both m n in in urim4 condition ' ai ti en Raped In llcht road work r i. Mondav. and then came to the frcmi Westchester He spent the f niHin in the city court, where he i I i legal battle. Dan McKcttrick, v.iranii former manaser, sued him for JM6J be claimed to have advanced Mo- in befoie his ftRht with Jack John- wi at Fans In 1914. Moran did not ,Un tlic laim. but said that the mon- was i o be paid out of his end of the Virls purse That money, Moran testi- mI is tied up bf the moratorium in 1 rirce on account of the war. riKht In Itrataurant. a jurv decided in Moran's favor. I .til parties met later In a restaurant. Men nn s counsel. Frank O'Neill, former hairman of the state athletic com- nisin nfter a heated exchange of w nrds Ith McKettrlck! struck the Ut- t.i mi the jaw Then Harry Pollock, niainpr" of Freddie Welsh, world's 1 cliimiEht champion, took McKet- i i. k s (,art and landed a right smash a. i iiNeili's mouth, cutting the lew- i s lip Moran took no part In the f , hut scted as peacemaker and i nat'i! the combatants. He Induced " 11 In lae the restaurant. All. i iii resumed his training today, tint -for i he remainder of the week he will .f.nrnic himself to only light work n tlio rnml and In the gymnasium. Kannan QnltfN ltnnnlng. lianuicin IVillard and his trainers I g. )-. ided to omit the early morning runs i mk n brisk walk During the after i . . i aa illsrd. at his training quarters, i'nt through his usual warming up. lie hoed three rtunds with George i ici rfiid an equal number with Jack 1 1 mplp He took on Monahan for two icuiiflF in the last of which Monahan ii I'd a hard left Just back of Wil 1 ir) s right temple and raised a lump iiiejo Former champion Jim Corbett. ho was at the ringside aald: "Hello less what happened' How did you Lot that lump there?" AAillard lauged as he replied' "Oh, tint s -nothing. I must have run Into a f 1 inf club " Hard Ilont. Expert Agree. -rlett was the center of an Inter . sie.l gathering of pugilists who watched the big fellow go through his Avnik Amone; these experts were Philadelphia Jack O'Brien, George Chip, i.eorge Monroe. Leach Cross, Freddie Wflsh and Billy De Foe Corbett and iRiini, as well as all the others com mnted in favorable terms on the . hanipinn's ability Corbett said he inliiipd Willard would win; O'Brien viid the champion would outpoint Ma i in Tint all agreed that the bout ought y r be a bard one Neu) York Resents Idea Of Renaming The Bowery rw Tofk. March SO. The body of tii 'itc Big Tim" Sullivan must turn i , tlu grae these days, as he hears I " atiofitA thev are threatening to ..ininit on his beloved Bowery. The sir el which takes Its place with u ill lnoidwat and Fifth avenue aa 1 1 if the historic thoroughfares about u h rmnsnre and legend entwine. Is to lo. r its indlwduallty In the common- i lan lognnmen of "Central Broadway." The Boer was 'once the pleasant Mha.nl of the Dutch, the "Bouwerle," i ir-.sting place for lovers. Tjntcr It became the favorite carriace iii iv e t.nrth from the dtv and the prom ii cut ntljicns raced their trotters on lti i i taif expanse. 1 hen. as the city grew. It became the leading theatrical section, patronized i All the town. in f till a later stage. It was the noisy. 1 oihteious. incrrj making ection, where sail '. -oughs, sightseers and knock -i. out persons from every quarter of ih. world mingled, fought, cursed In i rturi sqje elang, and created the curl . iv atmosphere described in a thou sand and one works bf literature. I hat stage has Just passed. The vtow r Is more settled In its ways, yet i pi: II h is a distinct atmosphere and Is .iitTrrcnt from other streets. It bounds t e gra r ennt side on the west and is Unit which eeryon who comes to 1 w A ,,rii must see and try to fathom, JVTi i in liinaio" n at one end to the Union i-quaM ncai the other. - Tr. ! - wh method nni-i toil will never co Ya.k to tht old system again besides it nun 1 lens. - la n I ths large cities this system con tiols so perrent nf the dental business In ,,li i r th fact that It Is only ( years old. Mum old practitioners will tell you they i -e this syelem If they do they cams from .ollete In the last few years but they don t V are the only New System Dentists In II r"o todsj, Dec 10. 1JU. We hare l rrn In FI Paso Just on year and do prob- - n ore than halt of the total Dental i ii k f ihe whole city. NEW SYSTEM DENTAL CO. Reliable. Responsible, Respeitablc. rt. K Cor. KI kaso aod Han Antenio Sts. UL.P First National Bank Bldr Aerosb From Entrsnce Hotel Del Norte, rhone til. THE intelligent buyer who wishes to bene fit by advantageous prices will find 77k: HeraMJ verlising a. most efficient aid. It is a guide to the best stores a market re port of the best bargains. nrr f A . ritiCES rntriwt ttn ft , vkl tk niofMf. FAIN " Ly AS j Prospects for Winning Team Bright; Will Compete at Tucson, Arizona. State College. N1. M, March 21. The track prospects of the Aggies this sea son are very bright. Only three of last year's strong team failed to return to State college this jear, and In their stead many experienced men came. Though the Aggies were hurt by the loss of Capt nil Lane, state record holder in the 220 low hurdles, and Karl Taylor, state record holder in the halt mile, thev have material which will make up for the loss. The contestants have beenon the track all week, practicing starts, sprints, etc.. under the direction of coach Hussell Though the team will be composed of but 10 men, there are man more working out for the local field day contest. Captain Tuttle and Shaler Ladd. the college's biggest point makers, are both in the field, and promise to eclipse some of their former records Klrby, quarter miler and broad Jumper, is rounding Into shape for the final con test. Locke and Foster are working out on the long distance runs. Powers, LlewelUn and Bousman are doing won ders with the weights. Itooney and Wheelon. both new men, aro showing up In great form Booney Is espec ially fast in the dashes and quarter mile, and Wheelon Is polo vaulting to a great height. Peel, Smith, Miller. James Vlkers, Coe and Buvens, are all making good In the hurdles and dashes An Aggie team of 10 men will enter the triangular meet which is to be lield In Tucson. Arlt, during the first week In May, to' compete with the universi ties of Arizona ana .acit Mexico. BOWLING Official averages of the vsrlous teams rolling; on the Caetus alleys have been an nounced as follows. Big League. Wn Lost Tct. Trl-Stste Motor M SI .68 City Nat. Bank. .Ml AVratons .....4 4! .511 Old Guards Industrial league. Won Ixnt Pet. Real Kstste H 3 Kl Taso Laundry M S7 .SRO Cement riant 4J 41 ."4 Swift & Company 10 M .:2 .smeller Ieague. Won Lost Trt Ftateman 3s Is 6 Abbott ! " MS Wilcox 1 S' ." Asndemner . .14 S . Independent Smelter League. ' Won Lost Pet. Koentg - 1 -" Stem -5S4 Leievler 1 18 .4 renner r 1! SO .394 Telephone Lraiue. " Wen Lest Pet. Anderson .M Cook M S" .641 Bhoek M MX Knight " -t Individual Records. t1im- am few ehanres In the sweepstake events since the records were last published. Lee Davis is now high fer three Uames with (1. Oeorce Neville ha tied Willi W. R. Anderson and L Davis for the most spares in one earaa, with nine. L. S. Calf Isher has Inorrastd his strikeout record to five The Individual records In the various leagues fellow. Bit; Lea cue. .. " - Oatnes Plus Avf. Joe Bryaa ... 11.MJ 1J Lee Davis "." "J J A Weabor 11.S12 "' Ed Schutz ll. W AV. D. Straiten H.4M 174 II. D. Carr M ll.Ms 111 J L. Andreas i 11.314 171 E L. Clark M 1.71 ' 17 Lfo Bill 4 !1M 170 Scott AVhite I1.IJ 1J A. W. Poater .M! Ill R. K. Lucker... lt.SM 1 R. W. Port ... 1 C4II tt O. C. Abbott .2 1 B M. TutUe S 10.1t HI L. S. Csllsher 10.SM 161 J U Driseoll M S.134 10 Hart Wood I M7 ISO J M. Ridley 4! T.WJ 1M K E. Christie 4 7.MJ 1S C O Cole 41 7.119 151 Hugo Ilrlelh fl 7.546 ISi lodavtrlal Insane. Gibim Pins Ave;. K H. Aber t 1M 1 E L Clark 66 ll.ttl 171 Geo. Neville 1 M67 16J A. r. Hln-dsle 66 10.7J. 163 J. B. Lang-ford 63 .7 11 J. H Jatoe 31 &.S63 157 P. Kllllngsworth 12 1,JW JJ W. Doak " '.! J VT. tl. Andersen 4 J.I3S 1S$ C. L. Woollen .!??! II P. Robert 6 10.0 J Ilsy Nsgle 43 6.4CS 16 N. K. lthlnehelmer 60 9.216 IK R. M. White 7 J.736 16 II. B. Debruhl 45 6.JSJ 16 Chss. Orlns 'j , W 16 Rsy Smith '.I" B. A. Smith 2. J.J3. 16; Neil Taylor 46 6.6J4 14 S A. Vauehsn 24 3,519 14 O. J Blnford JJ, B. B. Henry . 3. R. Day " 1-' " C. Anderson 2. JJ J. K. PaBMtt 9 1,214 13 P. G. Gilmore Smelter League. Games Pins Ave a r. Abbott JJ b.014 is; N. N. Rhlnehelnier 24 . 1 H a Ilateman 34 3.7J3 HI J II. Byles " J." p c. AVowlburn 34 3,644 14 O IT. Crltchltt 4.382 1 W. AVilcox 26 4.332 It .t. Vandemeer ?!? ill 8. S. Baker, 2.JJO 13 0. D. Blltl 3J 3.J1S 13 J X. Smith 3.S6J 12 C D. Boras: 2- 3.41 131 R. F Campion 3.7. J 1J C. N Anthony 3.674 lxi Fred Hllder ... .. 27 3.067 114 ."melCer Independent Tazne. Games Plas Ave. Geo. Roeers 21 J.32 117 W. Leievler J 1.415 167 G A. Fenner...........-31 3,2gz 156 Kroner ...' . 1 V. K. Ke-nlc 24 3.442 146 H. L Morris 4 3.1M 140 AV. 8teln 24 3,M 137 AV". Ilonraton It 3,21 lit J. II. Byles ir .i3 lis .T. Vandemoer 1 1 9H Us A McCormick 24 2,616 12o G E. Stevens 24 2.16 119 W. Wlleon 4 2.617 117 J Lelg-Rton 24 2.671 111 Telephone League. Games Pins Ave. G K. Gsmewell 6.46 162 1. B. Snoop 4.S72 141 Av-. A. JfeCandlesa 16 E.242 US C Smith Ii 2.163 146 H. IV. Cook 51 7.644 116 T St. Knlcht 61 7,612 138 AA'. R. Hutchinson...... .24 1.31ft UK R. P. Don 3 404 125 D R. Smith 48 6.19 11 O. P. Teachner 39 5,122 m It. fl. Anderson 46 5.874 111 J T. Ross 43 6,172 HI Geo. Mann 31 2,676 137 J. E. Evans 42 6,148 HI R. It Van Dusen 12 1,402 117 R. H. Cresalnihara 29 4.616 116 J r Alnslie 2 246 HI C Calloway 24 2.652 HI M E Bates 12 1,386 107 Industrial Lescne. Following were the Industrial learns scores on the Cactus alleys, Monday nlrht: Swift & Co 1st 2d 2d Ttt J. K. Fasselt 160 117 166 45 J II Jscoe 14 168 166 417 J R Way 16 160 117 445 F XlUlnrsworth. .167 172 179 161 J B Laogford 155 149 111 441 Totals . ....793 El Paso Laundr. 1st B E. Debruhl 141 N N Rheinhelmer...l62 K A auichsn . ..146 H A Smith 111 A Hinsdale 1S 796 3d 161 ir, i 133 167 130 756 3d 194. 181 14. 116 ITS A6 1. 2144 Ttl. 486 563 426 t:s 439 T. I a Is 1'olnti "1 s'ft 3. Laundry blgh (THE HAPPY A TICKET jOHNSTOUJrv). THEN 50BTRACTIM6 THIS GlUcS itte Answer, wzu, weu! ms FIELDING AUefcAGe WAS ? 7 2. MAYBE AN MlSTAKeM.-VAJfMT ASecorJb. UrA MoteL i'mightJ I INSIST IT'S ' -r & WC5LW :-v V INDOOR POLOISTS PLAN Vl&l<i&irmtMTrnm-iiiaaauuiBiMWitH&B g'ct.6uMtetsjf)grc llurland Triangles Left (o right: lame. Dfbruhl ISi. worth 606. Cement Plant. B. L. Clark AV. n. Anderson . . B. B. Henry N. Taylor C. Grins- hlth total. Kllllnts- 1st 1 lol 13 .1 fin 1' . 2d 166 II Id 122 III !" Ttl 646 416 t77 .10 444 -i:i Ttl. .03 410 4.11 474 Totals . Besl Estate. Bay AVMte ... r. Bobsrts .... A. Dummy ... A. Dummy - G. Neville .. "il li,1 IT lli 1 IS 176 .. li. ...u: ...120 ...13. ...168 17 17 1., IH 157 Totals ' .. 617 7t J240 nal Estato h!gh total Points won Cement Plant 2, 7 hlKh Bame Taylor 221, lark 646; strike out tirlnK Mealcan collection's, sec Lee Ni m m AdV. LIFE OF M. T, Copyrlg-ht 11J, international News Service. TO) !!U0HMST0U)N? J I lillllllilil J V ?ESS,fe. J il 'I'll iillllllllliraeoji r v ipi.xi LTI C K C fE- IY !! fsatf6l6rsaaaftsaTTrr ,'-.- ! 1 ssasssasassssssissai jgr DUR.LANB TRIANGLES A. . Ilnrllr, ,o. Ij Orch Kinney, 'No. Three Men Comprise Team in Indoor Polo; Use Round Football For Games. T HE indoor polo tournaments now In progress In this country give every promise of developing a. brand new crop of International players. When it comes tune to regain the In ternational polo cup, lost at Meadow Brook in June, 1914, the challenging American four will no doubt be formed from the Aoung riders who are dally taking part in the various indoor games thioiiKiiout the countrA Tins new i op of plaAers differs In Kit it incisure from thoe Avho hae 1m i ti.f.n e inmpostd the American polo te un. i he ni w fameiation of polo stars cs( I KM0W S d&ik 1 ifr IT'S S8o!V DOME N0VU TO FINISH FIGURING LOQERT'S FIELBINS fl&tA6B AjPTOTHeTlMt HE GOT f7 INiURr-D LAST seASoM 381 ASSISTS 2.73 PircAiTS--' MEKOliS THAT'J A PERC6NTA6E. 0P--UM" 3FR0M 7- SAY. I'LL BET TTT"' -- fz vx rsNP (9?0??i Wl(Re mtakeu! J! "yjllllll'll'lll !l'l !l" fmn-'S MINE , fnprjjl kmovai uuHefee Dlb V00 Glue HlrA AM eRRoli. vaiKew ttte BA-l HIT THAT P6B5L6 ANT BoUNbeD ouek his HEAD JuLy THe 1 ,!? CUP SERIES 2, and C.corge t. Shcrrann, o. 3. haAe been recruited from the profes sional and buui--i ranks of the country. The eastern indoor polo tournaments that are now being ionduited In and around New Aork ire the most com plete series of inn u Ilea ever arranged. There ai e 'l teams m the tournament. FlAe giimes aie plaved weekly in armories and riding schools. A round robin series of games makes up the schedule, which will bo finished late this month. Woat Point military academy con tributes two teams, Durland'a three, Central Park two, Brooklyn Riding and Driving club four, Essex Troop of New Jersey, three. Philadelphia Hiding club two. East Orange Riding club three. Hiid the Fust l'ield artiller batleri B of Red Bmk V I. (ompletc tho list w llh two tc iniK Indoor polo uifteis greatly from the WSr I, &Wl- )W $k tV - MJJM ("U)rm- WWf - BY MACK SlillllllllllllllllillillltllllllllllJllllllllll I PiHuwiiipi'ri'i Vl I IJ' ' J " ' Kwr. e-T-s. ' IBSZmj J' 1 . r, I U1 I ttttL y 'iniiiiir o w Eli MACK stile of game aa plaved outdoors. First, the number of playera is cut dow n to three, namely, No. 1, No. 2. and back. Instead of the regulation four. This is made necessary because of lim ited space. In many instances goal posts are marked off on the opposite walls of the riding rings. The ball used resembles an associa tion football rather than the regulation wooden polo ball In this Avay a great deal of the danger of being struck oft the head by a hard Avooden ball Is eliminated. The Durland Triangles, composed of W. A. Bartle.' N. 1 , Arch Kinney. No . and George C. Sherman, back, form one of the fastest combinations in the country. They are at present decided favorites for the Leeming rolo Cup. The invaders, consisting of Harry Guggenhelmer, captain and No. 1; George Gilman. No. 2, and Ben Gatins, back, are another trio of players Avho haAe been Avell up with the leaders all season. Saving Money Is a Good Habit The mere fact that a person can lay aside a portion of his earnings shows that this particular person is strong enough to exercise self control, and indicates industry, intelligence, and self mastery. AH of these go to make strong character and show a thought for the future. Prove that you are such a man and start a savings account now. Ie pay 4 per cent compound inleral on savings deposits. $1.00 opens an account. American Trust and Savings Bank "EVERYBODY'S BASK." AUDITORIUM GARAGE STORAGE AND REPAIRS. Phoue 45C. V. BORDERLAND LEE TIR ES Tnn QUALITY TIRE Republic! Tires f Oakland Ca.rs I. H. C. Trucks CHEVROLET White Sox Will Offer Hal Chase for Merkle f0&&& FRED MERKLE, xTha Chicago Vn&x Sox need a Orst busman. Although tier torn an option m Bai Cfea&v bo de serted Comaker to play with tl (Federal Leafcaa, It b rmllkrij-'flt Chase will tfeer again bo sees laja Chicago nnifojm, The Sox are re ported to be casttos covetous eye at Fred Merkle and are raid to bare offered John McGraw Ura option tin Chase In retrxrn for iferkle.' The GlanU could tree Chase almost1 as well as Merfd and it might be thai under McGrinr Hal would forset some of the eccentricities that hare made him s6 rmpopnlar'wlUi other nanagero and players. Convict Gives Self Up; Stricken By Conscience Tucson. Ariz.. March SI. Unable to with stand longer the lashtfisa of his conscience he said, B J Truesdale. convict of the San Qttefttln pentteatlary ef California rave himself up here and asked to be sent bark to the penitentiary. He -al.l he had vio lated his parole and wih-d to serve ou his sentence after Avhtrh h wished to lla an honest life Everywhere I went ' he said, "I -was thinking the very nest person I met vooM say: 'Tou are B J Trupsdale No. 27 876 at San Qunt!n I am plad it is all oper and I want to co tack riicM -war" Trueedale had been com icted of bnrelar Izlns; a store EIGHT PIGS AND 60 TONS OF MAIZE BURN WITH BARN Plalnvlew. Teiss March 21 Elcht pli; and 60 tons of maize were consumed in the fire which destroyed the barn of A J. Bv er, six miles from Hale Center. Th fire is supposed to have started from om straw that, was burned around the place the dm before The lose was 626. with no la sura nee. Nothing so delicious aa Sulzberger s Majestic Ham and Bacon "Dellclouslv Different" prepared In your favorite war. Adv. El Paso Seed Co. Opera Evenings E19 San Antonio. Opp. Court House. Adv. Tenement collections, see Lee Newraaa. Adv. 30 Mills Street II. AtaDBEAS. Tres.j TOM WHITE, Marr. 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