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week-End Edition, Jan. 24-25, 1920. EL PASO HERALD SPORTS, RECREATION and OUTDOOR LIFE i..!..,, .
14 vti HKRALO SPORTS I.KAD ALL. PROMINENT WRIT KB COVTRIBIiTE. Tad" orjcan noted vport pase rartoonlrt and writer i Sam Creae and Brnril nnlcan. baseball expert and dope ten i T S Andrew, boxing crillct Praacia Onlmet, one of the creates! amateur cotter of the world t Jacb V clock and Gravy. haehall and box I as writer, are leading; rontrlbntora to The Herald Sport Department. RENTROP WOULD MEET CHRIS JORDAN AGAIN; AMERICUS GETS BOUT WITH CHAMP All of the latest new of boxtnjr.. wrestling, football, baseball, bo If. bonlloa. leaala and other athletic events wire service .n all bli came and matrbe. Request. U foand In the sport eolamns of The Herald Full leased, for Information on sporting event elTen speetal atten tion by Sports Information Bureau Telephone 52t- MIAMI Y. M. C. A. APPROACHES THE SOUTHWESTERN TITLE BY DEFEATING TIGERS MAMAMAMSAAAMAAAAAAAAMMAMVAAMAAAAAAAM 11 I TOPNOTCH TIGER QUINTET WRESTLING LOSES TO III Tfl Mm ! Miami. Ariz, Jan. 24 Miami con. nnlllLJl L Itlneed Its progress toward the 1920 I III II I I nr 1 basketball chanrpionshlp of the south- iHlH 1 lilll I ; west hpre Uratcht by scoring a clean I ill t 1 UI,sl U cut victory over the El Paso High n nm nrmintmitn I school Tlg-irs, 29 to 17. Play was fast By BUD bxtherford. Uj excitlnsr throughout with tbe V tnTIT! (vimnirltlnn fnr r!tirln JBF.Ih.a.t.. Ui.i.1 ..a. 1...1 .a. .a da- in which this sturdy wrlg- yaB'ae- t. tht end of the first half e!e, with the .tot heart IrtSJttSZmMVSt on rio&ed muscles will taieet heavier of the game progressed. The lighter nd more experienced men and yet El Pasoane were unable to cope with s conftdently expected to hold hl Lowever""'"1 ,n OPe" flM rlt,i n-n bv El Paso fans la now planned K Play Thatcher Team. ti El Paso athletic promoters and Tonight the Tiger team Is scbed- t-e local bugs are In for a big time Died to play the Thatcher Normal In . n Februarv 4. Judging from indica. the last game of their Arizona ached- nnfl I nW. Tt im nmhalila that u.m.. . bo strongly has CUris entrenched rangement will be made for the MI- rrseir in ire neuru ui &i rsvua ami or uiooe teams to VISIT El Paso no witnessed his victory over Gus in retnrn games. appas his sensational two hour) in the event the Tigers defeat i -a-n with Charlie Rentrop and later. ' Thatcher tonight they will have won quicn omen ww imuiw uui,iwo or wree somes in this section. The Days Of Real Sport s - icoprricnt. TiSt, 3w Terk Trfb-ne. ae.) ByBriggs iPREXYJDHKSQN.BIKE RACERS TO rhich .sent the clover Alsatian to the -nat. tat several petitions have boon ent to tle promoters and a match 41 iMAVtAns at-n ia 4rA1ilK VaTalt ss e r-esult. in casting- around with! l a net for a suitable opponent lor 'oraan matchmaker Johnny Meln 'sh could have hardly done better as f latter lr' m his division Collins Defeats Kansas City an ZTih?4lk - ? ... to ni.AMin us. iviuibbh t.iiv. n ib j" fo- his money in every way. j round boat here Friday night, i He I Cno tts the Game. . I Collins led from the start, patting bile a veteran Americas is known (McCarthy down for the count of eight rom o-ie end of tne country to aa- jj " flrst round, after which thej tT.y nnri Vita v-twrintA ftn tha Kamaj City man did little but cover1 wrestling anje Is expected to offset, P- Ajeth hook to the Jaw ended he more youthful aggressiveness of."1 light early IiKhe second rotrad. oraan. He scales around 365 and 170 pound and Is familiar with ev ery trick and turn, of the mat Came. car spent with men of the eaJIber of Farmer Barns, Kranfc Cotcfa Stanislaa Zbysxka, Strsngler Lewis, Steeher and nddoek have resulted In his be ins placed In a aiche which en titles him to consideration as a championship contender of the first water and the fans can be assured that In slaving this man t meet Jordan the promoters are bat simply adding to the already first base upon which the pin nacle of Interest of the mat game Is being slowly constructed in this dry. Hoj's o the order of the Xlentrop- -dan affa r which satisfied every- e ?r5 'bs refusal of the promo- '-s to s n mediocre material will - ig good lesalta as assuredly as - proverbial class will tell ladlf- rent to whether it Is a stake horse i a tc with selling platers or Joe c.ett in the same ring with Car- -i icr In his defeat of Rentrop -dan not only won a victory for his al supporters, hot added a great a' of prestige to his record. This as shown in Rentrop's effort for a --ttsrn match and which is sure to i atena'lze in a third meeting of es? men within the next two onths. f By JDtC BHJLN'X lUntrop Is "Well Liked. i JF the Toclferous support of a loyal Fars who were souaded following1! rooting sections caa have any n- ' e match, last Tuesday at Liberty , feet upon tbe result oT a game the i'I hart expressed much friendly , Popular basketball tossers, leaders of i .'ire toward Rentrop. and there is the City league, are due for an no widespread expression of opinion , merciful trouncing tonight, at tbe T. MITCHELL ON" JOB. ChScasro. I1L. Jan. ?4- "Prf -vtmaIi. I elLmaaager of the Chicago NaUonale, icinnvou nere rnuay BigXK to assume active management of the club and arrange for the departure to the Pas adena. Calif., training camp, Febru ary XS. -Hie first act was to sign "King" Brady as trainer. XICKALU TO TBACli YALE. New Haven, Conn.. Jan. 24- Gsyi 7 from Tale university and will sail t from England on February 21 to take up his work as rowing coach. It was I announced Friday nleht bv Churchill C Peters, of Seattle, captain of the laie varsixy crew m mv -" cr mnm- -IScl " Jt - -sssy .-" v- -S fiRrS ri3S3 0 1 ILr J6s t i -- &?- j -' Mfesjss VrV2v-v' ( ,--v - i -s' QpSfJY - . IKES UPPHL Zt,.- - Trying to make A GET-AWAY New York. Jan. . The appellate division of the supreme court re served decision Friday on an appeal of Byron Bancroft Johnson, president - .. ImarlMD XAJmm. BJld Of the ! St. Louis and Cleveland Americans from an injunction wuw j .. court justice Wagner which restrains them from Interfering with Carl W. Kays continuing as a Tankee pitcher, pending the final outcome of a suit brought against them by the New York club. . . .. -Walked Off Field. In arguing the latest phase of the disputed case Involving Mays, wao. while playing with the Beaton Amer icans, walked off the field in Chi cago, was suspended by 3ar Johnson and later was reinstated by the league directors, cousel for the appellants belittle the claim that Slays had not vintetajt Mm Koaton contract willingly I before his sale to tke Yankees. It Is claimed in Mays s oenaii ini "" hit with a ball and also was "suiTer ing from private worries." one vein,? a fire which destroyed his wedding presents and baseball outfit. Appellants's counsel contended that affidavits in the case did not state Mayj had been nit oy a oau ana insi his house had been bunted rn the spring, while the Chicago incident oc curred in July. Counsel then quoted Hays as saying to certain sporting writers ... "I am convinced that it will be Impossible for me to preserve my confidence In myself as a ball player and stay wibfc the Red Sox as the team is now 'handled." DEATH OP THE F ITHER OF MODER. FUOIL1SM" It was 111 years ago today that Jaek BrougBton, the father of mod ern pugilism." died in London, Broagnton was a pupil and protege of James Figs, the first English champion, but it was Broughton rather than his master who was the real father of the manly art, as he formulated the first rules. A con temporary notice of his passing read la part- "Died at his house in Walcot place. Lambeth, m his 3th year, the celebrated John Broughton, whose skill in boxing is well known and will rer be recorded In the annals of that art. Ho was originally bred a water man. His patron, the late dnke of Cumberland, got him appointed one of the Yoemen of the Guard, 'which place he enjoyed till his death. PES. l Fast Basketball Games Are On Can'dFor 'Y' Gymnasium CITY BA5KBTBILL LEAGUE won Lost Pet. ..2 ..1 Popular . First National Baftk High School 0 School of Mines 0 Myera L0 1.W0 .MO at the big Alsatian was not in the t st oi shape. His aggressiveness during the first hour of the match In no way caused him to lose friends and in The event of a return meeting with Jordan speculation would raaLe him at least an even money proposition. It is believed. This match will naturally follow the Jordan-Am erlcua engagement, as Rentrop is expected to wire n halieuge here to the winner, and xhe fans can arrange for front row seata when the two middle weights, representing America and Europe, battle for the third ilme on the stage of the big au ditorium. jn this particular night the two t- idle" will not furnish the only 1 rd41mer attraction provided that . b fnr a meeting of Gregorian and n r zona favorite materialise. While o'fe tae yet been made to tbe pro- ers rurzors have Been current for, e -,ral aaya that a syndicate of Clif- -i-T T:z sporting r-Gn are willing tt-nco- a BTiriaTantis! (mm on a eer- t a n ran who will agree to throw! - h G-egonan and Scogie Muskopf in same ring within one hour He is "Wasera. former lightweight cham- n c f the world who has been living I'fton since his retirement in 1913, r a i anxioue to reurn to the mat -ough the medium of a match with y-ego'-ian TVen THle in 1912. TVasem won the" title in July, 1912 km Jofcrnv Billiter bqt was subse ntH defeated by Bflllter to a re--n Engagement. He then took up Employment at Clifton announcing his retire ment from the snme He has wrrstlcd in one or two engage ments since that time. lie weighs a-oend 145 oounds at the present time, and while Gregorian can do 145 the Arlxoaa man 1 willing to take him on it is understood. Di rect word from Wasem is lacking and as reports are often colored concerning the time and so on when a matrt is proposed it Is considered doubtful that he would tgree to throw a man of the caliber of Gregorian In 30 mln- ' i utes. CLAPHAM LOSES MATCH. Boise, Idaho, Jan. 24. Charles evening's entertainment, is coming in for Its full share of Interest. The Miners are determined to prove tonight that they are not one of those teams which la last good enough to lose by a close margin. They Intend to show that they can win well as well as lose In that manner. lad the Myers players Intend to shew that those were decidedly In Error who declared them somewhat weak for the class of the City league. Will Be Fast And Close. Tonight's .games promise to be fully up to the high standard which has oeen set since in the opening of the season. And there is every prob ability that the crowd will be a record breaker. In addition to the host ot soiaier rooters who will be on hand, there win be a good crowd of Podo- lar rooters presen. to cheer on the frve which they expect to capture the championship. The ever loyal Miners will, of course, be out in force, whUe iz is certain mat tnere will he goodly throng oB hand to cheer on tne iiyere players In their first an- Parance of the season. It will not. oe ai aii surprising u some of the laie comers are nnaoie to get ad mission. j TiOT SSJN Jy Jrgrsig'-. ..-n.53p!MsssssVJsa, IssHVHoh i BSSSSBDV BY -s- MA&SIi&LL U GIBLETS: A M. C A. For the Seventh signal bat talion is coming down from Fort Bliss with a host of rooters, who threaten to raise the roof of the- gymnastazn with the sheer volume of their ap plause. , Nor will the soldier players depend solely upon noise to bring them vic tory, if the reports coming ont of Fort Bliss are to be credited. It ts reported that the team has practiced faithfully for the past month and now possesses more than ordinary- team work It Is also reported that the team holds no less than three former college stars and that the other mem bers of the squad rank with them, in ability to toss baskets and to stop opponents. So confident are the soldiers that they will be able to show the City leagners a few things abont basketball that they have Invited all of Fort Bliss to witness the overthrow of the city players. For. Ihe past week they have gone abont the post Inducing fellow soldiers to take tickets to the mime Dave Hughes and his followers have no fear of the Fort Bliss team. They have known other soldier teams In past vears which were thought very highly of by their comrades in arms. And, almost invariably the city players bafre taken the measure of the soldiers. The Popular players are supremely confldenr that the game tonight will be no execution to the rule of other years. .Some Game Expected. J The popular team will have the) edge in one respect. This lies in the; fact that they have TIayed several j games since the opening of the seaJ son. with two of them -the hard fought Vlttsl -s7rilih sbAi-rra n v--.Ml t trAtAa I a team. The soldiers, on the other! Sportsmen are willing to phy union hand, have had only practice games I aF8 ,"; guides to Maine, but with weaker teams. However, thlsi1' th '? ! Te" organize toe ACCORDING to- Paris gossip - Georges 'arpentler received 157 offers of marriage from as many of the fair sex after he K. O.V1 Joe Beckett. In all probability the football Players of the 'Big Tare" Har vard. Tale and Princeton will wear numbers In their games Bext season. Qnlte a number of profesHlonal golfers. Including George Torn, hill, Tom Iloyd, Charlie Burgee and Pat Dtfyle, have gone abroad for the winter. -1 advantage will be fully balanced hy the fact that the Popular team Is slightly over confident, whilt the soldiers are coming down filled with determination to fight their way throogh to victory and thereby wipe out the stain of the severe defeat which their fellow soldiers of the Remount suffered at tlo hands of High school. And the absence of Er rold Lapowski from tbe Popular line up will be a further aid to the soldiers. While the second game appears to i gunners will declare i as snootra. a lockout sure I -ters. of Omaha, defeated Sam Clap-1 ho" J" ,? the ta: ow ham in a. wrestling 'match her, Frl- tje. (aettbat It is a eve ; of soldier ay nignt in vwo sxraigox xaus, in si --- -...- vv . pnd 21 minutes "Myers game, which will open the Attention, Farmers! We have jut unloaded at our WarelHe in Gist, Texas One Car Choice Mebane Cotton Seed On account of the continued rains in Texas this season, a good portion of the Cotton Seed was damaged, and good seed k becoming scarce. Get Your Order in Early MAIL OR PHONE YOUR ORDERS TO HEID BROS., Inc. EL PASO OR CLINT. TEXAS Koji emails, the noted Jap anese billiard player, will proba bly accompany champion Ti lllle Hoppe when the latter make his next tour of the country. I Fifteen districts In Illinois are to held amateur three cushion billiard tournaments this winter, the success ful contestants to compete la Chi cago for the state championship. Again next season, so 'tis said, ef forts will be made to eradicate gambling at major league baseball games, particularly at those parks where the professional layer of odds has become a pest. THE WASHINGTON" STATE COL LEGE FOOTBALL TEAM, THE ONLT TEAM TO DEFEAT OREGON THIS SEASON, ASKED FOR A GAME WITH HARVARD. BUT THE CKIM SON GRTDDERB WILL PLAT ONLY THE OREGON GAME ON THE CALI FORNIA TRIP They say In St. , Loots that money eant boy Roger nornsby, the Cardinals star. The same thine has been said In the past of Trls Speaker, Eddie Collins, asd other top notebers. Ball playing soldiers are wanted by Uncle Sam's array teams in the Canal zone. Recent demobilization of the forces in the Canal zone left many gaps to be filled in the Panama league. In Texas they have faith In the Bible a an aid la the develop meat ot college athletics. At any rate, Dana Xenophon Bible is head coach of all Intercollegiate ports at Texas grlcultural college. Wrlu toO-y for Booklet "B." zpUlalac otar sys tem et nceirios deposits aterest os Pannes Areta. 1 El. PASnHANMftTnitcTlV' cl paso Tf x noiTi, ". ,...;, WSCTSWtOHEWWtrVrVS?yi - ..!. wtet.ncr fitmhina ax er.gart.on. KLfZSpff&iJ ' if No. 4 shot into their midst. ThM keis up their line of cackle a. couple of octavos and acceleratesthelr move meils very materially. wo feathered ivtators fold their wings and start a 'mud descent- Two aou. sice.ii"B At Hi i h b.anket of geese covered ' thuds are heard as they striae ioe tre earth Migratory birds hall-1 earth. The skilled marksman has eol lag from their breeding grounds lectcd his toll. .. in Canada follow the coast line until! Prior to the opening or the V California rice and wheat fields are Union In San Francisco a film was located, at which t'me they stop, un- made ahowing this vast and ndiss pack their trunks and arrange for an flight of geese In action. When "own Mienura is j i as preierjrtni ( -- kuwb 11 was a. ..- -" - - - - a. Walt Caldwell Makes Good Startx0n The Pacific Coast "IT TALTER CALDWELL is making a r i f ait on tne coast, .nfi Aiouquer que boy in whom so many E! Paso boxing; enthusiasts are interested primarily because he hi a eouthweat era product and secondly for his numerous victories in this section, won his first fight at Vernon re cently and incidentally paved the way for future matches in the coast city. He Won Pron Morris. . Caldwell had his tryout against Rex Morris, a husky product of Denver and more than Justified the confi dence of hia supporters Id El Paso Morris had a difficult time lasting the rounds he, hammered the Mori-. all over the place. Rex probably will hare Co get up early this moraine and order a new nose. Caldwell 1 a sreenhom, bat he has all the maL.la.CB of a real flxhter. j He was Jnat a bit overanxloua or would have topped Iter. "Benny McCoy was never Idle aad fftr his pains was credited with out boxtne; the good Jhnmy Brenton in eaevh of the four rounds. McCoy did all of the leadina and about three- j quarter or more of the landine. Jimmy didn't seem to have fight on The at home" feeling of those itin erant honkers is a spurce of expense and annoyance to a grower, who .can readily see in that aggregation of vo racious birds a vast stomach store house for a considerable portion of his growing crops He regrets the arrival of his self-invited guests and welcomes with Joy their departure. The counties of Glean. Butte, Calusa and Sutter are the favorite landing and feeding; grounds. Oomtng from the land of the maple leas, chased by cold winds, ice and snow flurries, those feathered aces celebrate their arrival in the land of continuous sunshine and bountiful crops. Led by oldtime honkers of the with all routes and easily locate their ravortte xeeoing grounds or tne past, the younger generation are conducted to this haven of rest and bountiful feed. Arriving over the land of prom ise, a succession of dives, dips and tail spins are introduced before vol planing to earth, flock follow alight ing until available landing territory is scarcely available, covering the fields until they assume the appear ance of an animated snow covered area. Crops Are Destroyed. With their arrival, the work of crop destruction commences, and green tender blades are devoured to the roots. Geese are a menace to the farmer, but a source of joy and sat- lszactton ti arm of the Shalt not kill" or have possession in excess men who had never heen present when PossSuf iTSJ& tIautss7SuS ess"lnSmbers of wild birds exited within the confines of the UJ States, especially in one tofaWy Frank M. ISewbert. prWent of tbe California fish and game commlsaton, an ardent sportsman and jw u around good Indian, has a problem to solvT wtaS is a -difficult nut to How' to protect. PJtte propagate migratory Wrds, t same time guard growing crops of indignant farmers from game depre dations. It would seem an impossi bility to exterminate -snow uwk- goose kingdom, who are conversant ,' Yet we saw the passenger or wild pKeos passing m cuuimcn " their flight at times darkening the sky Flocks were estimated by Audu bon, the naturalist, at billions within a prescribed radius. They are now absolutely extinct. Bison or buffalo. estimated at many, many thousand. are sron. except In localitlea where they have been semldoinesticateo. Mi gratory game must be protected, even though tJHcle Sam is called "f , officiate as "meal ticket" for "white geese." ( , MARSnALIS ASWEHS TO MJinODS. Question: Why do most of the pro fessionals shoot straight stocked comuaer mem n - !ld and irapsnoor- KV-!!" 2S i r,Lor ,rhaT.e .""gun "with a '"- ri:WirlU Mon. goodTh One'-thuml MZJi. tolIa,r,'P8hfuips. Answer: A gun with straight stock shoots a little high from the point it is apparently aimed. This enables yon to shoot either targets or game on the ascent, which re logical, as It en ables you to 'follow up your object, shooting while it is in view. With a crooked stock It Is necessary to fol low to a point where the target or bird is 'out of sight." as your gun shoots low. When the object is in sight you are enabled to take advan t&fire of U7 mmDS or diDs Afield you will have many "song falls." as your limit with the lanky New Mexican . ;!f.."'.""' "S and would have been put out Hmg ""Jr" "" ". otrLOfe uiQ umn atta xivvu ouwor - '"" '" via Meuva. COINCIDENT with the announce ment that he arranged for tl 3 series of bicycle races to U staged on Boulevard netween Dalla and Campbell streets on February 2 race manager W. J. Cbesak Frlda afternoon received word that t prizes for the events had arrived a I when pnt on display assisted mater ally in swelling the entry llts. One set of prices were received froi the United Cycle directorate under the auspices of which the races are be ing staged while another set will re awarded by local dealers, making th list virtually of the same substant I proportions as in the two former b -cycle days. It will include guns b -cycle sundries, gold watches, 'cr -pins and other useful and valuan 4 articles for young boys Only the best grade of goods is being poste 1 for prizes by Mr. Chesak In order that the youngsters who compete w!l uu well rewarded for their services 1 1 furthering the outdoor sport of b cycle riding. Boy Sont Event Also An additional feature to tbe can of events will be one for members o the Boy Scouts patrol only if rrrsen . plants of Mr. Chesak materialize The Seonta are ejolnjr, to render valuable work on the sy of the races by keeping the course from BaUas to Campbell clear of ve htelev cooperatlnis with the po lice -and. all of the little feUows -who choose to enter the races may do so. There wDI be three other events arcordlntr to the ace and weight of tbe entrant and the exact distance of the course will be tnt-axured in order that aome records may be determined and sent to the national directorate pursuant to the procedure fol lowed after the races were held at Washington pa.k and on the coun ty road lat summer. Ail Are Invited. Mr. Chesak announces that ir races will be held on Saturday. Feb ruary 2L as Wavhlagton's birthday falls on Sunday aad as many of the young riders attend Sunday school would not he possible for them to par ticipate in the races, Saturday morn ing, hopver. will prove the bct time fo- all and particularly th friends of the boys who are Invited to come out and witness the races left It there. He was well oat it front In the third and fourth, "Howard Waters landed sever clean cue punches and earned th works over Young; Zuza Nations. Biscuit Co, release,) Zuza, Is a cle wrestler; "Floyd Rants was given the dect Ion over Johnny Woodruff In the opener. "Cliff Jordan challenged Walte Caidwell. We want a front pew we this comes off. smith wrvs bottt. Preens. Calif, Jan. 24 Gunboa Stetth was given & decision oyer rar aforrfs in their four round-bout her Friday night. back and measured his punches in the opinion of "Beany" Walker, sporting editor of the Examiner. Caldwell's success is received with general satis- Taction oy entnustaets iccauy ana there are many who will follow his career with great interest. The following extract from the Examinee has been received by Paul Ham met tJ from Walker . "The real "kick" to the show was supp!l-w by a tall very tall young man named Walter Caldwell who halls from Albuquerque the place where we get off and walk around the block and send postcards home and watch the tourists snap shotting the Injuns and all that. "Caldwell made a wreck out of one Ilex Morris of Denver. The men are middleweight, and Cald well fs so tall he had to lean ever to keep the ring light from hit ting him on the head For four , Garcia if the little flak lain, rinrlrv hada't done the leading all the way wy were even in tae listless lirst and Garcia had a shade in the second. Edwards started fighting at this point carried all the trouble to Garcia and STATE NATIONAL BANK C -PIT AI. AVD SURPLUS 23V00-00 Interest paid on Savlncu Accounts. C. R. Horehead. President Joseph Hacottia. lee-President t. . Bassett. Ice-Presldent Georse D. Flory. Vice-President K. W. Mefee. Cashier C. M. ebeker, Asst. Cashier but a source of joTand : J nM'n(SS to the nimrod. The strong 5?.! ISnS tie law issues the edict. "Thou TanJa J Sin. tiV ,t wni- - .. -, rr.iv. t.Mng If so, tell me the continuously engaged In killing .24 geese per week the year round would not .materially or noticeably lessen their aggregate number. "With their arrival. In many in stances, the farmers crops are doomed. Pit are then dng In ex tr noire wheat fields, vrhere men i.Ith guns are stationed. When a flock oppenrn above the field trann are fired and birds are chased a tray, enly for a limited time while they feed on an adjacent field. They return at imn down In vast numbers, frequently flylag so close t the pits that their wins start very noticeable aerial agitation. 1 shot fired canven aly momentary worry oi fear They contlnpe to alight soon, to I become a working mass of feeding birds contented happy aad de structive. Thr become so nu merous that pit shootlne ceases to be a line of sport, but a slaughter as protection, to the growing crops. When you first arise from your pit general goose consternation prevails for an instant The are thrown Into a delirium of excitement. Thev vault, zigzag andVllmb In a frenzied effort to increase distance between them selves and the danger point. The old leader of the flock starts a line of in structive conversational orders, urg ing all members to exceed the speed .umu m tneir erxort to reach a zone of aerial safet Gets Two of Them. The scatter gun artist then selects as victims a mir of geese near the gun is shooting' low and the birds are shot In the feet. While you wiu maae occasional scores at the trap and bring to bag many difficult shots afield. It is an axiom that our suc cess would be greater and you would shoot more satisfactorily and consist ently if your gun bad less drop. Question: What is the best system for division of moner at tournaments ' Do you advocate the major portion of the money Delng awarded low guns' Everett Friedman. Answers There is no ssiem that has universal endorsement. Localities adopt systems gratifying to contest ants. All systems have good and bad features Would not designate a syap tern, as tbey are dependent upon th class of men with which you are deal ing. The Ihowering of added money to low guns is usually a bid for dis honesty and discourages tbe shooter from becoming expert. Dropping for place Is disreputable, and every good clean sportsman should be willing to break every target possible. TABLOID SKETCHES OF , NEW MAJOR LEAGUERS , By ERXEST LAXIGVN B JAMES WREN TAYLOR. Catcher BROOKX1N SrPERnS ORN Neago Ma Jul 27 i. Bats and thrown npht ranricJ eight lv,i I'ojnrt H ?hr fft, 111 1 mrhe Club In ! ihsi-I'-tT fcomh AtHntic ioi iatior First f-neat.rmt'nt hitt-innRa Tnn - uthe-n ,i-o"tat on In - i flub s rue th-n Ch-iT ottf N f 1111 IIS re-rrd f.arr" Ji i " it "M j runs t -e hlxw 9- -lou1 es. Its 4 honi runs ' nf -t v sfal Pdj'- tr Knouts, r ge "v , - . ' - ijt ("(n p-rcentagt 76 "The English Outlive The Americans" J Says tne faraoos phystam, Dr Rheim, "and do so in no small messore became the Americans wear septic bndces in tbe raoutl while the Eop hsl are less addkt ed to this possible danger." Dr YVdHams reahzrd this years ago. Today the sen system over comes the "smelly old style bodge" In the new systen of Jentfstry teeth are replaced immediately alia abaction m all cases and guaranteed. This hokis oat the Site to its original form prevents muscle shrinkage Come in and see this work for yourself Gladly explain it to yon. The New System Plate No Roof oHoofi STORAGE, PACKING & SHIPPING Our warehouse k bow located at 300 South Qregon Street We have two floors cohering 6400 square feet, beta?; arapte space to accoBBEHxlate Automobiles. Furniture or anythsg' you dears to store. We do packing, shipping and transfer work. We sell secoed-haBci Furniture of aH descriptioBs at reasonable prices. ' f Karl Fischer TRANSFER and STORAGE 300 South Oregon Street Phone 1686 We axe the only makers o. this plate in El Paso, and have made an average of 3 daily for tito years Ask your friend, he is probably wearing one. J. Hod Williams ruLtsss niLUAiis- The Proplr'a Drntlit. In American Bank Bids. Cor. El Paso and San Antonio. Directly across the street from the entrance to Hotel Del Horte FOUR YEARS IN SAME LOCATION Phone 934. Lady Attendant TV. S. S. and liberty Bonds are cash to as. HANDICAPPED No man la at his beat or can do his beat who has a weak or diseased body A strong; rigorous body means a dear, active brain, and Rectal and Chron ic lueases such as I treat and cure are the most prolific canae of Nervoaeness, Despoadoncr. Melan cholia and lack of energy or PEP Taking Into consideration the small fee I charge and the qaick cares I effect without detention from your business, it is a crime to neglect yourself MY SUCCESS In the treatment of Hemorrhoid PHr) and ether Rectal Diseases ha been proTrn beyond the .shadow of deabt. Eren tbe doctors who object to my adTertliSaC, I. e, the benrst one, admit that X ran eare them. OVER FIVE HCM1RED PEOrLE here and la tbe Immediate Tidnlty. aad orrr fifteen hnadred la West Texa, New Mexico aad Arizona ail say that I cored them promptly, pamtcssly and witfaoot detentien fxem their bofttness. So why caffer loaser? Why rafemK t an permtiea. with its attendant dasrera, hospHn fee, eon&jcraeat. etc.? Why waste farther time and moarj for nalTra, dUater aid ether nvieM and wrtble heme treat ment FLBAbe, RKME31BEK, I 1B NO KNIFE, Hcatnre. enstcry r fttrong aeW inectlen9--there H no hlfftMac. abtfdvc r other iajoriona aftrr-effect -oo rars to contract, no tahtry to mnxle and no rdapaca hare ctct ocerrrcd when my dhreetlaaa or laCroe(iii were carried eat to the letter. Embraced in my specialty alaa are Raptnr. Fistula, Flssnre. Ailment of the Bleed, Shin. Bladder, Kldneye and other Chronic Dtaeaata and under my up-to-date. Direct Methods, a Core caa be, effected In almoot aTery ease. BOOK- Write for my revised booklet on Rec tal Diseases and their treatment, which will be sent to your address In a plain sealed envelope, free of charge ana witnoui any ooiigaxion Consultation Free OFFICE HOURS 8 a. m. to 7 p. m. Soadays, 10 a. m. to IS m. DR. KETCHERSID THF IMEBMTIOWL SJ'EtHUST Slrsnts BuUillac Otct Trias Bask aad Trust rompaar S0SV, MESA AE-SCE. jx lASO TEXAS. N