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WILL BE I UBLIGA K I am expressing' the en- tlment of American eolfera eTery- where when I muj that there Is no more popular form of the same In i thl conn try than the four ball con 1 tent. That la why I should like to aee thla feature of the came of jcolf receive the support of the United Ktmfm rZitlf BKatAf-tntlfin In fho form oaf 1 an annnal fonr ball national champ- I lonnhln. Indeed there & much to be taald abont It- I For one thine; there Is the colt sit uation Itself So many elabs have vraltlnc; lists today. o many are to Insist upon fonr ball matches. This AUTOMOBILE TIRE CO., Inc. fai n fimprrrn m.tu. '01 W X ANTONIO 5T ITIOVE 1063. . EL rA50. TEXAS result 1 that the four ball match Is a fixture. To date we have three sanctioned national solf events the amateur. the open and the women's champion ship. But In tennis we find that In addition to the national title events of both sexes. It seems reasonable to suppose the tennis assoclatl i would stage open events as well If there were a sufficient number ot profes sionals to make It worth while. IS GOOD IDEA. Consequently It seems to me that It would be a bully good thine to la men and women's singles the pa-U winning team. Then th- survi.ors rent booy bom donoies lor players AUTOMOBILE PAINTING Used Automobiles SOUTHWESTERN AUTO CO. 120-122 W. San Antonio 'SL Phone 1591 BABE RUTH'S BIG BAT WAS RESPONSIBLE FOR MAKING OF MANY RUNS SZ&M&2eaig0tZjCtej&fa2& One Ride Tells the Story You need only die evidence of your eyes to be con' vinced that our new five passenger "Glenbrook" is an exquisitely beautiful motor car. It will require a demonstration, however, to really KNOW this model and appreciate it. Just one ride will tell a story that no salesman could put .into words. Then, and then only, you will understand what our engineers have been able to accomplish in three years of patient experiment and testing. We do not hesitate to claim that the "Glenbrook" is a very remarkable car. It is the expression of a definite effort to produce the most efficient of all light Sixes, and that necessarily implies new standards of power, flexibility, comfort and economy. We merely ask you to take that first ride in the "Glenbrook" and judge for yourself. We are quite content to abide by the result PAIGE-DETROIT MOTOR CAR CO.. DETROIT. MtdrigOT The Paige Sales and Service Co. 3 1 1 MONTANA PHONE 1 766 Good Dealers Proposition Open M l .-aMrsjESffirigTJreBgg THE lone hits J, three baaes In the three baaes tc uree oases in m American laax year numbered 34 (eight homers. 15 triples and 11 donbles) and there was besides a sinsle that sent three men to the bureau of registration. George Davis Weaver of the western Sox made It on July 13 off George Henry Dnmont. of the eastern Sox. Babe Ruth was one nastlmer tn make more than one home run with tnree men on. Bob Roth the one pasiuser to triple more than once under these conditions and Tris Speaker the one pastlmer to double more than once and score a trio of renners. Some Long; Pokes. These were the men who seored three men with ions blows on the junior circuit In 1010: Babe Ruth, 4 Home runs, off Davenport. St. Louis; Coumbe, Cleve land Daoses, Detroit and Shawkey, New York. Bddie Collins. 2 Home run. off Shore, New York, and triple, off Brlckson. Detroit. Bob Roth, 2 Triples, off Daven port. St. Louis, and Gill. Washington. Joe Harris, 1 Triple, off Caldwell, Boston as ninch hitter), and dotibl. off Wright. St. Louis. Trls sneaker. Z Doubles, off Kerr. Chicago, and Iiarper, Washington. ilarry Heilman. 1 Home run, off tiuinn. New York. 1 By EREST LAM CAN. that emptied the i Sam Tick, 1 Home run. off Soth- eron, St. Louis. Prank Ellerbe. 1 Triple, off GalUs, St- Louis. Walter Gerber, 1 Triple, off 3og ridge. New York. Wheeler Johnston, 1 Triple, off Gallia. St. Louis. Robert Jones, 1 Triple, off Soth eron, St- Leois. James HcAvoy. 1 Triple, off Dacss, Detroit. Ralph Perkins, 1 Triple, off Mor ton, uieveiano. Sam Rice, 1 Triple, off Rogers, Philadelphia Howard Shanks, I Triple, off Daass, Detroit. Maurice Shannon, 1 Triple, off Cieotte. Chicago. Oscar Vitt, 1 Triple, off Johnson. Washington Clarence Walker. 1 TrlDte. off Jones, Boston. Ed Ainsmith, 1 Double, oft Kinney, Philadelphia. Frankr Baker. 1 Double, off Brlck son. Washington. Ray Demmltt. 1 Double, off Will lams, Chicago (as ptsjeh hitter). Ira Flagstead. 1 Doable, off Bazbr. Cleveland. Del Gainer. 1 Double, off Perrr. Philadelphia. Chic GandlL 1 Double, off Daven port, St. Louis. Willie Scbang, 1 Double, off Shel lenbach, Chicago. Kenneth Williams, 1 Doable, off Kinney, .rntiaaeipnie. Jim Shaw, 1 Home run. off John- I Bnek Weaver, as told, soared three son, Philadelphia. men with a single off George DumonL Texas University Athletes HaveBusyScheduleForl 920 npHB athletic calendar for the year lszo ior tne Longnoras aa mapped out at the Dallas conference is as follows: BASIvTBALL. January 21 Austin college at Aus tin. January 31 Baylor at Austin. February C A, if. at Austin. February 7 A. i U si Austin. February 13 Rice at Houston. February It 8. K. U. at Austin. February 21 Southwestern at Aus tin. February n A. & J, at college Station- February 38 A. & At. at college Station. March 4 Rice at Austin, aiarch 5 Rice at Austin. BASBBALL. March 22 Simmons at Austin March tl Simmons at Austin. March 26 Trinity at Austin. March 27 Trinity at Austin, March 31 or April 1 Chicago White Sox at Austin. April 5 southwestern at Austin. April 7 T. C at Austin. April 8 T. C U at Austin. April 10 S. X. U. at Austin. April 12 A. & M. at College Station April 13 A. iX.lt College Station. April 15 Southwestern at George town. April 19 Rice at Austin. Anril 20 Rice at Austin. April 26 Trinity at Waxahachie. April 27 Trinity at Waxahachie. April 28 T. C. U. at Fort Worth. April 29 S. M. U. at Dallas. April 30 Baylor at Waco. May 1 Baylor -t Waco. May 5 Baylor at Austin. May 6 Baylor at Austin. May 10 S. 1L U. at Austin, i May 11 S. M. U. at Austin. May 14 A. a- M. at Austin. May 16 A. & M. at Austin. FOOTBALL. September 4 Simmons college at Austin. October 9 Howard Payne at Aus tin. October 13 Southwestern at Aus tin. October 16 Oklahoma university at L&ilaa October 22 Austin college at Aus tin. October 30 Rice institute at Houston-November 6 Phillips at Austin. Nvember 5 Phillips at Austin. November 13 S. M. U. at Austin. November 25 A. & M. at Austin. JINGLES from SP0RTLAN9 By IU;GS IDC QAUL CHIP Is the latest member of J. tne L.nip zamiiy ox posers xo en ter the mitt game. TitrThfr Jean Dnboc. released bv the Olaxits to Toledo, should prove a big winner for Roger B re sna ban's Mud Hens. It would not be surprising to find number of major leaguers playing with independent ball teams In Penn sylvania next season. Babe Ruth avers he Is letting the Bed Sox down ensy with his demand for 50.OOO of the X.CKX.OOO paid for him by the Anr lork Yankees Aflrn rer df T t m WilHe. Vi i a r-nrt It rf a r.Dht olon0 fiat the firnisbi flyweight champion would show his real class once he hit his stride. Looks as If the Dempsey crowd had all the details of a Dempsey Carpentier fight arranged, disar ranged and rearranged before ever receiving a word from Car pen tlrr. Jaok Brit ton, the welterweight champion, is averse to going to Eng land to fight, Johnny Basham. How ever, Jack is willing to take on the British champ on this side. NEW iORK VAS UtM A LVW LEGALIZING nOXING IX THE EMPIBE STVTE. BLT TIILT AKE NOT STRONG FOR NO-BIHISION BOITS. THEY VNT THE tU FRAMED SO AXter a lapse of five years Oxford and Cambridge will again bold their varsity boat raoe next March. From; 1857 to 1914, inclusive, there was not; s hrsValr tn fh SArlts uf annual eon- tests. In America one can fortell even a. Gardiner t Or n team composed of) greater popularity here. Dave Herron and Bill Fownes play- Durlng the suspension of active ' Ing Douglas Grant and Jack Neville tournament play while we were en- from the Pacific coast f Grant Is bet gaged In throwing back the Hun we'ter known In the west than he Is really had our first taste of what , elsewhere, but having played with four ball matches meant. When inrl-jblm In England I can vouch for the odi golf cob tests tf this nature were ' fact that he Is one of the finest played over the country for the Red amateurs In the world. Cross, they were received with great j A four hall match exceeds all th en thnsiasm. That being mo under the ers la one respect bringing forth conditions then existing there seems the best golf. A quartet of fine golf no reason why they wonld not go big i ers play more brilliantly In such a today. One of the very best ways of meeting than In any other kind of a promoting Interest la golf would be 'match. The lndltldnal tries more to stage four ball matches along stunts when he knows that should sectional lines. Nothing boosts a t they fall his partner Is t-;re to back 1 .niihl.. nil i.l9i to iret In IS holes spon quite so mo en. -o one can mm up. 'comfortably, to say the least. Thedny h Harvard-Oregon football, t the Internationals In Canada r" uiiiisvtiraam r ; IMI IMI tminriirr A pinjdl WMal JDOII AH- aia much to boost loot ball. I derson and we scored no less than There are five great golfing see- nine threes In the IS holes played. tlons In the country today north. True, four of these holes were short south, central, east and west. BUm- ones, but It Is a rare occasion when Inatlon contests could be arranged In ' any player has half that number of eaca section until eaea aau p rosacea tnrees in a round. Fonr bsll matches usually give one or the other mem- from eaca section coma go to It for.bers of a team the opportunity to the purpose ot deciding the four ball play brilliantly, and one can seise championships. It wonld be a treat ' such opportunities without the usual for golf enthusiasts and do much to costs should he fall. keep all seetloas closely together,) I would like to see such contests which was one wonderful result ofjnrranged and I know that many the war. other golfers would look forward to SOME OF TTIEaf. four ball chatrplonshlp In the fn- taa one imagine a greater goizmg ture with the same del.eht I du- stage a four ball American golf cham-- treat than Bobby Jones and Perry Copyright, 100, Sol Metsger. From plonshlp. Sorely; from the speeta-1 A"" oppoag calcic i.tbdi and Bob the Metsger Newspaper Service. tor's standpoint, tnis wouia prove a highly Interesting affair, and I know that players find no other kind of golf quite so interesting. The four ball match Is popular In England to- I day and from the little of It staged Garry He rrmann's sta tement that ball players are entitled to a raise In salaries for the coming season must have caused the other big league club owners a great deal of pleasure not. Charley 3Ioran, coach of the Centre college football squad, has been la football 21 years, having been a crack player before taking1 up coaching. He also hn a long record as a baseball player and umpire. Charles TO. Murphy, former owner of the Chicago Cabs and one-time storm center of National league pow wows, seems to be running true to form. It Is said that he has lined up with Messrs, RopperU Comtskey and Frazee in the muss with Baa Johnson. We Are Pleased To Announce I 23 A. B. LA GASSE I and F. L. DEMING Formerly with the Lone Star Motor Co. Now Own and Manage Our J Repair Department They are specialists and experts on Packards and Cadillacs. They will personally repair each automobile andit will be open to your inspection at all times. Southwestern Automobile Co. 1 130-22 W. San AateBte St. GEORGE WOOD . Tel X331 L. D. 0PPEHHEIMEE 1 Fonaly with Lose Star Motor Co. AMordlnip tn raeBt atafjtniit. nt major league owners and fficisja.l the new chairman of the National commission, whoever be may be. should be Independent enough to sup press gambling and keep the game clean. In view of the fact that It owners and two league presidents have not been able to do a little house deaning. the new bead of the -eommlsh" will have some Job. Tom CRourke claims that Fred Fulton could have K O.'d Beckett as quickly as Carpentier did. Fred should know all about those quick knockouts after his lesson from Dempsey. Boston boxing fans are looking for ward to witnessing a great mill when Mike O'Dowd and Johnny Wilson clash In the Hub. We Bay FORDS We Sell Look Ford Owners We have secured the service o' DR. COJC EXPERT FORD ME CHANIC Drive your Ford down to BYARS & CO for serv ice and Guranteed Work. Byars & Company 321 W. Sas Antonio St EL PASO SlheyBumpsLook The&yBuinpsRide Wonderful Riding Qualities In Coast-to-Coast Trip ON rough highways and desert trails, in sunshine and storm, the Overland 4 Four-Door Sedan blazed the trail for the U. S. Army Pioneer Motor Transport Train from Washington to San Francisco. This plucky car was ever in the lead. It was still another con vincing demonstration of the wonderful riding ease of three-point suspension Triplex Springs. Cushioned by these Springs from the shocks of rutted, rocky, torn - up roads, the Overland 4 glided along with a smoothness never before en joyed in a light weight car. 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