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EL PASO HERALD SPORTS, RECREATION and OUTDOOR LIFE
State M NEAR DEFEAT IS CITY BASKETBALL LKAIJUC Won oLst Pet. Popula- S 0 First National Bank S School of Mines . 2 3 High School 1 2 Mi era . 1600 1000 400 400 000 By FIELD GO-VL. P ROVING the efficiency of Lieut. Ross s system of coaching:, the Texas School of mines basketball team after a slow start, played the Myers team off Its feet, in the sec ond half of the frame Saturday night. at the T M. C. A- in the city league. The result was that the Miners turned m a decisive victory over the Myers team by a count of 27 to 19 In the opening: game of a triple attraction the Eighth cavalry Quintet proved too experienced for the Uuquor five and that team suffered i s first defeat of the season by a score of 18 to nine In the second game the All Stars gave the Popular team a close run in spite of the fact bat Manny Ponsford. Johnny Wil liams and Andy Cohen did not play with the All Stars. However, the Popular team managed to keep its record untarnished, nosing out a 32 o 30 victory Rjr With Mines. Billy Race, one of the truly greats among the veteran class, was sched uled to appear with the All Stars. EilL however elected to make his 020 debut wth his old love, the Texas School of mines. Boss, a star of the days of the Bowman brothers, Wayne Chenoweth, Wendall Kuhn, Bob H7wiirr nmar Thomas. Al AdkiBS. Bob Done and similar stars, and now a lieutenant in tne litn inxaniry. elected to give the Miners the advan tage o his basketball knowledge dur-r-g the past wees: All of which was unfortunate for the Myers squad. Thanks to Lieutenant Rosa cvseblna- the Miners showed a dui off. team play which weald hare made It difficult for the classiest fives la the city to over come. Robs added to the good effect of his contains by Induc ing Billy Race to forget that he Juts had an injured shoulder vrhleh hss kept him out el previ ous games and which greatly handicapped him during the foot hall season. Magruder a Star. Guylor Magruder, who staged a great comeback in his last appear ance, came tight back and exhibited another magnificent game. Guylor tossed bassets from every angle and several times climbed the back board and made shots of team mates which would have fallen outside had he not pushed the ball In the proper di rection. He totaled 13 for his night's work, easily high for the game, Capain Oscar Rheinheimer ahowed the same brilliant game he has In every appearance this season and .dded eight points to the miners" to- aX Harry McKemy was Just a trifle uf his true form. In spite of this act he held Klink to two field goals. Perrenot played fairly well during ie time he was in the game, while ulenn Broderlck, who substituted for Perrenot in the second half, showed -e best game he has displayed this "Wkatley Also Stars. Bates V hatlev was individual star 'or the Myers team, playing a splen ilid offensive game and gaining a to s.1 of 10 points on five field goals. Johnny Richardson the speedy little gamecock of the Tiger quin tet, vras the star of the second mmr. In addition to playing a great game Johnny tossed baskets from almost every PInt on the floor. Ills total for the night was 18. Errold Ldipovrskl was high for the Popular team with 10. while he practically won the game by tossing the deciding basket wit less than a minute remain ing to play. Cavalry Team Wins. In the opening game the Buquor players went out of their class in meeting the Eighth cavalry The horsemen had too much weight and experience for the youngsters. The at'er, however, staged a splendid battle. Although it was early ap parent that the soldiers would win the Buquor lads fought msnfnlly throughout. The lineups and scoring was as fol lows . Miners Race. R. F-, S, Rhein heimer L. F-, . Magruder, C, 13, McKemy, B, G Perrenault and Bro derlck, I G. Total, 27 Myers Klink, R. F . Whatley. Lv F.. 10, Cook, C 4, Bias, R. G , Koke R. G Total, 1 Popular Bryant. R. F 8, Lanow ski, li. F., 10, Broaddus, C, 8, Bevans, R.O.6, Leytoa. U G Total, 32. All Stars Richardson, R. F 18 Rughes, L. F-, 6, Porter. C 6. Vlsconti, R. G, 2, Favorot, L. G Total, 38 Eighth cavalry Stewart, E. F , Doron, R. F 9. Hartsaw, I F-. 1, Larson, L. F-, 2, Dunlap. C, 4, Tanam. R G , Burns. L. G. Haddocks, L. G 2 Total, IS Buquor EaquivaL R. F, 4 Holford. L. F. Butler C- S, Carey, R. G . Cordova. L. G Total, 9 Officials for all games Referee, Grooms timers. Cheshire ana Mar tin, scorer, BIondL. Denver Varsity Athletes Victors Denver, Colo- Feb. 9 Denver uni versity s wrestling team defeated the Colorado College team here Saturday night i.t out of seven matches. Summary 135 pounds Steeley. of D. U. awarded decision on aggressiveness o er Bemls of C C GIil of D L defeated Day wait of C on points id ju minutes. US pounds Miller of D C. pinned McCou' of C C in s 09 on a body i cissora ard wrist lock. ! 14 pounds Roth of D tJ defeated I -rfnninp of in 4 14 with a chan-t rv and far lock. I j in ds J-Uiott of C C threw! Pcha-ds of D c in 4 12 with a hancerj nnd bar lock. TURNED INTO VICTORY HANDICAPPED! 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PLOOTo.THB R3WERFUL POMERANIAN 00 JUP MATSUDA WaJteNo'EamcNi B S PERSEVEREVCE has its reward. So thought business manager John Mcintosh Monday when he was receiving congratulatory thumps for the success of his efforts In land ing Matty Matsuda, Japanese middle weight wrestling champion to meet Chris Jordan, claimant of the world titular honors at Liberty hall, Monday night, February 18 Mitsuda s telegram of acceptance followed ouite a bit of telegraphic! correspondence between the business, head of the El Paso Wrestling as sociation and the Oriental champion woo is now in Cleveland. He readily agreed to meet Jor dan for the title when offered a substantial purse for his end and assured that in the event of vic tory he would be matched with Charlie Rentrop or Pet Brown In the near future Matty has as pired to be at the top of the world middleweight wrestlers for n long time and his big1 chance conies when he meets Jordan who Is the acknowledged head of the 15S pound class. In this meeting Chris will doubt less have five or six pounds advantage oner the Japanese as Matsuda will come into the ring weighing around 148 or 15a pounds. Chris can do 14 and has rarely oversteDoed this mark in nis previous engagements aere. He feels that he Is due a slight margin on weight or at least an even thing in view or the fact that he has given away so much poundage in the past but he does not consider tt a handicap for a man of the championship caliber or Matsuda. The latter has been wrestling middlewelghts for some time (iast and readily agrees to give away a zew pounas in oraer to gee a match. "Will Meet Got eh. Jordan has under consideration a match with Young Gotch at Phoenix. He asks that the latter do 158 pounds ringside for him as Goteh defeated fina Tn nita at PhAnlr nvtA 1 i-taw ago ana is consiaerea one or the best on the Pacific coast. It Is possible that Chris will go to Phoenix the lat ter part of .this week and return here in time for the Matsuda engagement. And be in tip top xoxm. U GIBLETS. -I i M'LBAX LOSES TITLE CHRISTIANA. Norway. Feb. 9 car Mathiesen of this city de feated Robert McLean of Chicago, the world's Ice skating champion, by two fifths of a second in the 1,588 meter race Sunday Mathiesen covered the distance in minutes, 27 and four fifths seconds, while McLean's time was 2 minutes, 28 and one fifth seconds. Mathiesen also won the 19 890 meter contest in 18 minutes, 39 1-10 seconds. McLean's time for this eent was 19 minutes. 2-5 seconds. SETS A VEW RECORD. Buenos Aires, Argentina, Feb. - Enrique Tiraboshl, an Italian swim mer, broke the world's immersion record when he swam the Rrver Plat, crossing from Colosia on the Uru guayan coast, from which point he started Saturday, to withir five kilo meters of Buenos Aires. Tlraboaschi was taken aboard a motor boat in an exhausted condition, at l Sunday afternoon, after he has been in the water 24 hours and 2 minutes. The distance is about 22 miles, but the swimmer was forced to breast strong burrents. Cards Will Tour With Athletics St. Lonis Mc Feb The Phila delphia Americans will play the St. Louis Nationals sixteen exhibition games on their spring training trip, it was announced Sunday night. The series will be played in March, and with the exception of one game, at ' Checotah Falls, Okla,. on the thirty- nrst, all will be played In Texas, as follows At Mercedes 16 Pharr 17. San- ben 1 to 18 Donna 19 51 and Brownsville 20 24 2 and 27 Mc Allen -22 and 23 Houston 28 Colleee Station -9 and Bonham 30 and It leares sears to contract and ATTLE CHRI W tits for my revised booklet on Rectal Dis eases and their treatment, which wfil be sent m yoar address tn a plain sealed envelope, free Bask Trust i EL PA0 TEXAS Gain inning &ioien May Attempt lly EIIACST PAT MOHAN'S father on the oc casion of the last 1919 visit of the Reds to Boston, ran down from Fitch burg. Mass.. to see them perform and after the first game, which the Cincinnatians won on the basis of 10 to 3 gave his son a call- ing dorfn something no other per son would dare do ""W ny " Pat's father demanded of Pat. did yon permit your players to let those Boston men steal all those bases In the ninth inn ing Thais no way for a Moran to act let a team run around just because you have them beaten. When I come down from Fltchbarg to see your team play I want to see them try every minute. I Braves Get Scores. In the inning in question the I ninth, on August 2 the Braves. nine runs behind their opponents, scored twice. Ivy Brown Wingo ! who was behind the bat for the team ' that afterwards smeared tije White ' Sox. makingno attempt to stop five I steals that were launched. JKUac VVUI I" a, a ..". vfsr . IP In the ninth at Philadelphia iir Jnly 7 hovrcTer. than In the round Moran r complained o(p for on the flmt mentioned date Mljinel Inc-el Gonxales of the Giant, with hi team eljcht tallies to the cood, saTed his muscles nnd allowed eln-ht men to skip from base- to base. Probably the ninth inning steal will be legislated against when the scoring; committee of the Baseball Writers Association of America meets the joint roles committee in Chicago next week, many writers being of the opinion that It onght to be wiped oat entirely The ninth inning steal, unpopular with th scribes, was decidedly pop ular with tne players on the senior circuit last year, at least 95 being -made, most of tnem by athletes be longing to second dfrfskm dnba. The Reds got two larcenies to which they weren't entitled, the Giants two, the Cubs six, the Snperbas 11, the Pirates It, the Braves li, the Cardi nals 16 and Ihe Phillies no less than 1. These figures show the actual number of steals made in the Na tional league last ysar and the real number of steals, the Illegitimate thefts being about g percent of the total Chbs Total tthls- ActI 8.B. S.B. 8.B. FlttstOTE . 1 New Tors .. .. It7 Cfciearo Ill Cmemnatl 141 St. LoaU 141 Boston 14C Broklra Ill PmuuMpbia lit II 1S1 : in f 144 1 141 It 1 is is: 11 ltl IS 14 Total, llit 1 ltT! 'tome linn wild on Base. Forty-one pastimers ran wild on the bases ! m ills in tne ninth Inning Motor TransportTeam Loses Signal Five In Fast GameiQWLjjsjQ: FAST games marked the second day of the schedule of the Army baa- B-eiu-aii icsguo a,i .run diics Sat urday afternoon. In the Initial con test of the afternoon the Seventh field signal battalion, coached by Freddie Grooms, lost to the motor transport quintet, score 28-16 Both teams showed considerable pep and ginger and the fans lining the aide lines were keyed up to a high pitch before the final whistle was blown by the referee. Grooms Makes Baakets. Grooms 'was the principal point maker of the signal nartallon team. while Conti. of the transport, provedj Vt -IC4aVl, 4sVSB(YaraM'fl''t7 CTH -(, U IV LUC truck team. The lineups and pointmakers fol low M. T C Marti, right forward, 2 field goals. 2 foul goals, 3 foal goals missed Showalter, left forward. 4 field goals. 2 foul goals missed Beck, center 2 field goals. Conti. right gard. S field goals. Schooncroft, left guard. 1 field goaL Seventh signal Battalion Grooms, right forward. S field goals, 2 foul goals ft foul goals missed. Lyons, left forward. Wood, center, 2 field goals Hopes, right forward. 2 field goals Kranse, left forward, Mc- Aggies And Wildcats Break Even In Basketball Battles STVTE COLLEGE. K M. Feb 9 In the hardest game pla ed this sea son the Vew Mexico Aggies were defeated b the Arizona university of Tucson Ariz., by a score of 20 to 17, Friday niche The game was a fight from start to finish. The Aggie ag gregation displayed a superior brand pf team work to the visiting team but thouah the ball wa. at tb-ir --. t the greater part of the time their (. basket throating was surpassed by the Arizona team, . Rirai antWWCE IO tne Aggl , team was the illness of their forward Archie Ross Brookshlre though new at the game. plaed well li I oss I place Slanaker starred for the rl , xona team i Aggies "Win Saturday. In the second game plaed Satur- tla afternoon the Aggies reersed the tab es b defeating Arizona. 43 l" The same started with two ,. ali fo- tht- Afrines and 1 the -mi "i -"i- i u " ni!i xne score stood " to i i i. i'l ir. JI-4wli.O a IdtlT Pnrlnc the last half (.oodnla. of the Arizona, aggregation, took. A Victory; Texas Varsity tCoprrtlfct, 1111. by Georrs Hatthew Adtnu auaa, junue To Annul Rule J. LAXIGO. withont drawintr any throws from the backstops. George Outshaw, of the Pirates, and Clifton Earl Heath cot, of the Cardinals each getting credit for half a doxen thefts to which they really weren't entitled. Fred Luderous. of Philadelphia, and Fred Luderus. of Pittsburg, made five ninth inning steals and as the Quaker only had six all year he stole actually just once. All the thefts of George Burns, of the Giants, leading sack snatcher on Heydler's peaceful circuit, were real ones, the only sfcGrawites who burglaring was easy being Hal Chase and Frank Snyder The players' records Total th In. Act Players George Ostshaw Iran Olson Charles Heraoc Clifton Heathcots Emll Measel Norman Boeckel Fred Merkle Billy Sovthworth Larry Kopf Kai Carey Leslie Mann Douglas Baird Rogers Hornaby Hal Chaae Zaeh Wheat Koseno Paalette HI Myers Ed Konetehy Walter HsraavUIe . Free WlUlams "Walter Crsise David Bancroft Garyy CrmTath Jack Miller WUllam Dnhoeier Walter Trmsesoer Ivy Wlaco Hank Gowdy Ernes Kraecer John LaTmn Dare Robertson Fred Laderas RsMnl Blaektmras Fred Lear Frank Woodward Fred Vlcholaon Edward Sicking Frank Snyder Forrest Cady Engene Bailey ri alter Klmmick SB. SB. S.B. 3d : 2 24 11 4 24 2t : 24 4 : 21 1 I 1 1 12 22 I It 12 1 17 II 1 17 1 2 It 11 2 14 17 2 11 It 1 15 IS 1 It 14 1 12 13 2 It 14 4 II 12 2 1 111 117 2 t I 4 4 (24 Emll Frederick HenseL U of passing Phillies, will watch the the ninth innintr steal, if it with pain. Ic the last chapter -f the game with the uuDS, August zi, Emll Frederick stole two bases on one pitched ball on Bill Klllifer and Grover Alexander a real fresh per formance that deserves a place in the mythical book. CITEIN KILLS ini70V MIV Preaeott Aria, Feb Fred Steph ens, former soperrlsor of Yavapai county, was killed Friday by a cavein and rock slide in an open cut on a mining property he was working about eight miles from Camp Verde, Arts. Creary. right forward. 1 field goal fuoie center The initial shutout of the Bl Paso district season occurred In the second contest when the 82d artillery lost to the Eighth cavalry by the score of 33 to 0 The aggressive playing of Hartaon and Stewart, for the caval rymen, proved the undoing of the gunners from the first minute of the game. The lineups and pointmakers were Eighth cavalry Hartaon, right for ward field goals. 1 foul goal. 2 foul foals missed Barrett, left forward, tewart, center, & field goals. Burns, right guard. Frye 'eft guard, 2 field goals. Weaver, right guard. 1 field goal, Dunlap, left forward. 2 field goals, Larson, forward. Eighty-second field artillery Borg man forward Barnes, forward 8kal llsh, center, Hughes, guard. Decker, guard. -Vrmy League standing. W L. Pet. Balloon company 10 1 oe Remount ... 1 0 1.09 Eighth cavalry .... 1 u 1 00 M.TC 1 1W0 Seventh signal 0 1 060 82d artillery 9 1 .00 Ninth engineers ... 0 1 000 Base hospital 0 1 000 Seventh cavalry ... 0 "Of the place of "Wallace, who was playln. forward. Game Clean and Fast. The games were characterised by clean playing and the "fight" dis played by both teams. Few personal fouls were called for either team. Following Is the lineup. rtzona, l-osition nw jsexico Wallace Forward Brookshlre lonaker Pistor Cockling For .. ard Center Hill Graham Butler Blackwell Guard Hobbs Guard Goodwin substitute The personal scores were Arizona ?lonaker 1 1 Pistor 4 Goodwin 4 -KKies Hi I Butler 0 Brook shire braham 12 Blackwell, S MILL PLAY IN OL1MPIC San Francisco Calif Feb 9 Wil liam M Johnston of San Francisco nationil -"ingles tennis champion an noun--d Sunday that he had accented n t ta ion of the I nited States I-awn T nms as-o iation to r i re ;frt 1 js oi ntr m the Lyur a a the u jm g mta Trails Utr Stlitrs4 U. S. Patent Of3ce.) ChampionKlbaneGetsBil ft p Q j Q Guarantee To Meet Nearest Triii iiinmn Contender For Title Honors By T031 NE EW YORK. Feb 9 Benny Valger, who has been persuing champion Johnny Kilbane for a match for the last year or more, may get his titular chance on February 18. Harry Blau fusa. secretary of the Newark Sports men's club. Is in Cleveland today en deavoring to secure the champion's signature to a set of articles. KII bane is offered a guarantee of 88500 with a percentage privilege to box the "French Flash." Calls It Off la-aln. Willie Jackson, the Harlem light- welsrht. was scheduled to meet Valger at Newark, on February 18 but for the second time within the fortnight he has called off the match Ortgi nallv Jackson and Vahrer were to have met In one of the four star bouts which the Newark club is staging next Monday night. Pleading an Injured hand JacK on requested that the match be put baeL. for two weeks. This ims agreed to and the club secured Joey Fox to take his place against 'Valger on Monday. Jackson's manager notified Dave Mackny that his dii would not meet algrr on February 10. The club thereupon dlscontlaued all further negotiations with Jack son, and secretary Blaufnss boarded a train for Cleveland to get Ktlbane. Valger s champion opportunity was boosted by a decisive victory over Fox on Monday night. This was bo iiv : BOXING :i!BASKETBALLi BOUT ENDS SPEEDILI. MADRID. Spain, Feb. An attempt to stage a pugilistic bout here Saturday night between Frank Oozier, who was defeated by Jack Johnson tn 1S1C and a fighter named Namaeff, ended in a dismal failure. The crowd, which filled the hall, treated the fighters much as they would have treated bull fighters, and became so excited that instead of one fight, three dozen fights were pre ceding in the halt at the same time. The sehedaoled fight had to be called off. The referee gave the decialon Crosier iiK.ru: imihhov. Toledo. 0 Feb. J The world's championship boxing bout between Jimmy Wilde and Frankie Ifasaa. fly weights, will bo staged in the Coli seum hare the first or second week of March, it was announced last night By Ad Tnacner. promoter. The exact time wSl hinge upon, an open date in tne -jptiseom s oooKings. Thacher sakL MrCLOKCl IS INEIt- Milan, Italy Feb. "Blink Mc- Closkey. American boxer. Saturday knocked out Ermlns Spalls, an Italian fighter OMAHV VND MIIUAUKEC CT PAUL. Minn-. Feb. 9 ,3 and Milwaukee bowlers made the ntgn scores at tne international Bowline: assiciatton tournament. Vrt Morgenroth and Ed. Dankert, of Milwaukee, went into first place in the doubles with a count or usi, and A. J e Micks and H. L. McCoy. Omaha, third with 1113 With a score of 0C2. L. Hammond. Omaha, moved Into first place in the inoiviauai events, ana it- J-, ascvoy. Omaha, secured third place with 0M. ana ca. xaurer, -umana, xiixn. . HIDE OUT FOR. MOM3T. Boston. Ma-, Feb. O-flabe" nnth today announced that he would attempt to obtain Jtl-VWO or the S1ZS.OOO frhleh (be Boiton Americans arc said to have re ceived for his releaese to Ike r lork Imerleans. Returning here from the Pacific coast. Ruth Raid be had no Intention of mak ing trouble, that he won Id sign with the Ttankre at the salary a creed on. reported to be 9 IS-,- , ooo a year but that he would en deavor to get a part of his pur chase from the Boston club. Tabloid Sfelches of the New Major Leaguers J1MRS O'NEILL, 1V3HINTO. BORN Mlnooka. Pa, I February 23 1895. Bats and throws Bight banded. Weight 1W pounds. Height 5 feet, lo u inches. Club in 1919 S&reveporL La., Texas league. First engagemet Utlca. N T-. New Tork Gate league, in 1914. Clubs since then Utlca. V Y 1915 Buffalo N T 191 Wllkes Barre, Pa., 1917 Shreveport, La, 1918 and 119 War record None. W as ill with typhoid when called to go to camp and while sick armistice was signed. 1919 record Games. 127 .it bat 479. runs. 45 base hits, 130 dou bles, it triples, S sacrifices. 19 teals. 16 passes, Z2 strikeouts, -8 a.erage 271 put out 195 as sists 363, errors, 31 percentage, 9" Note James Lee ONeill is the oungest brother of Ctev O Neill -atther of the Jr lain Three of the clubs he has beer w ih ha;t on p-ni ant"; TIIORrE. . mean task for For is a formidable opponent. Last month he trounced Joey at the same club Three other star matches were on the same card. Gene Tunney. light heavyweight champion of the -V. E. F met Al Roberts, Johnny Murray took on Charlie Beecher and Eddie Fltzsimmons opposed Jimmy Duffy of the west side Leonard More He'll IWn. Dave DriscolL manager of the rena in Jersey City where Benny Leonard and Johnny Dundee are to clash on Monday February 9 in the bout that was originally scheduled to be held in New Haven on January l I visited Leonard s training quarters to see how the champion was prog ressing in his preparation for the bout. By the way, Benny " said Dris coll after he had satisfied himself that the champion will be at the weight required for the bout, "what's all this talk about going to the Bahamas to fight Freddy Welsh Why so far from Broadway9 If you and Freddy want a return match. Til put you on If yon beat Dundee," You'll have to talk to Gibson," answered Leonard, "but I'm willing. See my manager "Nothing doing until after the Dun dee match. came back DriscolL "If you don't make good against Johnny I won't want the match" "1 11 win so decisively this time. retorted Benny, "that even Dundee's I tali an friends will admit X won." MrXXEAFOLIS. Minn- Feb. 9 Chi cago defeated Minnesota 35 to It in a western conference basket ball ganre Saturay night. I-XRDCIi IS ICTOIt Lafayette. InoV. Feb. 9. Purdue rastly defeated Illinois In a western conference basketball game Saturday, snbatttate. for Haadsaartera limit. nisht. II Is 'Clark sad Ueat. Balrd. (W porto ricamipCrs a. S rlP-?br2e5li -s-a-aHsit l6 By Wlieelan Ml4jr-- V ' I LfllKI .1U I Un 1ST 1X70R1 ORD was received in El Paso Sai- rday of the victory of the Sev enth ca airy nolo team cham- nlon Af thf 11 PasA tlistrittrt -nvor fi-ia Santa Barbara team at Monterey., caiu.. lor tne uei Monte junior polo championahip. Last Thursday the Seventh cavalry team defeated a picB.eu tour vi tvci aonie piayers ana thlt. wtt.r ! whdw1mila tn Tnt Ath.r :mrvi zz.zn iz."j-c.j ic.u-as-i ivr id osiuuu,! jiit-unpiuusiup nay i'my la santa virDara. Competition of the Seventh cav alr team in the Del Monte tourna ment followed Its victory oer all teams in the El Paso district. The team Is believed to be one of the strongest in the entire country and friends of the players in EH tz.ao are enthusiastic over its success so far in the tournament. An lnitation has been issued to the team members to visit Santa Barbara and participate in the tour nament there 82nd Artillery Polo Team Wins Tns fast Ki artUlerr polo team .?. ... defeated the second team of the feiffhut cavain snnclar afternoon at; Fort TBItss by the score of tares to minns one-half. The name was snap-l pily contested throasboot. In a sec- ond cant, the resntar Eljrhtli eavalrv I team easily defeated the District I headanartsrs four hv the scars of il to mlnna one-fonrn The Ilnnps fol low 82nd r X. .ol Cpt Qatrk 1 utrat. Raynolas 2 Uotc. Merrill 2 Capt. wait, 4 ReadaTjartera o. Capt. MsaaCrer 1 Capt. KUbars 2 Lleot Peatherstona, 2 Lieut. Upton i Capt. Jones Llew. unto Capt. Clark Here oiey are PORTINAS and EL TOROS. too the best known, the best-Eked, and the best selling cigars made in Porto Rico. We know what it has meant not to be able to get them, for once a PORTINA smoker nothing else ever satisfies they have that fragrant mild ness found in no other cigar And they are always the same, year in and year out, because we plant, grow, and cure all the leaf that goes into PORTINAS. To be sure you get PORTINAS, look for the band. Loses 11. 1 1 REPEATS Tl LS By WILLIAM J. 1EEG. ALSTDI Tex, Feb By triumph ing over the Texas LonKhorns here Saturday night in a 1j to contest the Texas Assies continued their winning streak and maintain i their undefeated record for the 1" season The Texas team was handicapped at the very outset when an injure ' knee caused the withdrawal of New man and necessitated a shift of th1 already cripplied team. Captain Pus bU replaced Newman, at center, ard Blaine still suffering from an 11 jured head, went to left forward Coupled with these Injuries, the jinx clayed against the Orang as Bar rett repeatedly failed to throw sjia after fouls The entire Texas ea played only amedlcore game and .ou not ope with the speed of the & gles. Fans Roast the Referee. Add to injuries and the bad 3ir the game was made more unsatisfac tory to 3009 spectators by the poor wi-aa-it- Af refer-M Darts, who calle jfouls on both sides, when apparent1 I none was visible to the fans T- ref-reel-as- throughout the con -. M OVER 11 was the poorest seen here this sea son. . Forbes, for the Aggie, was the stellar performer, the speedy cen ter aecountlnc for T of the Ma roon points. McQulUen and Ha nunc played their usual bril liant, effective games. Texas meets the Rice inst tut quintet next Wednesday at Howovl and these teams will play a ret-rif game in Austin Aggies Play Southwestern. The Aggies continue their pre;e- trip by meeting b. M. U in two gam Monday and Tuesday and la hi1 Baylor Wednesday and Thursday The lineup for Saturday night s cor test was as follows Texas. Position. -K. V Barrett r f W ill arr kum1 cant ! f McOuillen .a j Newman center i -t 1 g Hart-r- r g Ovr r Texas Russell f ; uHrs,unnirh CJU110Ugn am Substitutes Kew-fnan Rlaine for Russel F l- for Blaine Duckett for Rusll. RJ" sell for Hill A. & M Gouge- fo Hartung Ehlert for Forbes Scoring Ttxas Barrett, 4 Pjs 4 Blame Z K & M- Forbc 7 Mc Quill en, 4 Hartung 4 Referee Davis (Terrell Time of hali. es 20 minute o- O- Linn1! BVCK ON JOB. -o 4 Inffy Iewis is so cni-husd -4 over the chances of th O- Yankees since ther hav a ttnlred Babe Ruth that he na -4a 4 reconsidered the retirement -4 -O stnff and will join the team -2 In the spxine- LVjMy rl:e" z. ' tT to w. ork baseba' editor in .hich he say I i looks like pennant for the - 4 Tankees next year The dob s 0 owners are to b. ransrat. la ted opon gettimr Bis Eir - . Into the -old. for his tremd . ous wa'Iopinc will jnst abou rive us a winning team. H - was an ace in the cleanup hoi- - . - O for the Red Sox he will - -O een greater with us He wi y Zlshth Car f-4p fill another need for us. too tn Capt. lOepfert that he swings from the 3ou Opt. Oehsj. side of the plate. I think tha -O Mai. Jones ( oar outfield problem is ebon w,SrS?,!' lved now It has ftiven n KISBtO car defensive skill wnere we no. A il mo!t- "" P-aps !H s :9- year the games tnat went Capt ivsceyj'O glimmering will b. saed. ! - O-O-O- -- -- -4tVVO-fV 'back again .9 B.