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EL PASO HERALD SPORTS, RECREATION and OUTDOOR LIFE
10 PHOMIXE.NT WRITERS COXTRIBtTK. "Tad" Dorpan, noted sport page cartoon.? a writer; Sam Crane and Ernest Lanigan. baseball e:iV and dopestem; T. S. Andrews, boxing1 critic. Fra- On i met. one of the greatest amateur golfers of the u-M Jack Veiock and "Gravy." baseball and oacinfc writ- rs are leading; contributors to The Herald Sports Departm- HEKALD SrORTS LEAD ALI A., o" tne latest news of boxing, wrestling, foot U. baseball, colt, bowling, tennis and other athletic eents is found in the sport columns of The Herald. Pull Jeased n-re brvice on all bis; games and matches. Re Quests for information on sporting; events given special attention by Sports Information Bureau. Telephone 2020. JlLsJLj Jlx Jd.r. FAIR WEATHER AGAIN BRINGS OUT BOXERS AT FORT BLISS; TO CLASH SOON SPORTS OEGIDfNO GAME irrc SATURDAY Minute Movies tCopjrirnt. ltis. by Georxe Matthew Adam Trade Slark :e&,it:red C 3. Pate nt Office.) By Wheelan & P&i iV SCHOOL CWILDEEN IflSmX mhr VP?-1SI "" PAaT m If lii WmS&'nswMWMiil THE unveiling- mMk &&tA v!&t&!f"!l ' Pi'CK-UBS OF- THE Vl oThes mpsy AtiT MAKE. tHB MAN,BtfT 'BrtWaT, A GOCD 3UTHAS CENTER FfcSfcf.NV. IT IS NOT THE. ZESO UIEATUER. VtmiCM BOTHERS THIS HARDy DfiNCrP. CAVIAR ZNI0UORSK02 B7 JIM BI&AXX. Q'TIIU'W night w:Il be the "red O " r" rig-lit m the 1920 City B kttball leapu as far as It has -"or- .-vi n rri . prove the red 'tt-' ' '.ight jI the jtjr It all de ikis ujj-ir. th outcome of the clash tn.n th- fast crmnig Hjgjh school , pnwerf i and undefeated -tr.n -1 i !jiit Schwartz and 1 1 e Iluvh"-. u'i' r The !iannt-r of the rp"V- And tS i nmpon hae may a. - r- r'i wfc-i tnp Tt-xai. Miners "d F.rst Xatlor.a bank five meet in e opminr ei t. of the evening. s lr the other game, the deepening; f the cimson f"r th- niirht dopends pen th" outcome May Cinch tie Prnnant If tl'e Popular team wins it will rove 'i'6 "red "Hter" night of the ' ear, f--r !t wiT practically clinch e pennant for that sturdy crew. .V:th on.v ont game to win of the two -emam-ng o pla -n order to abso- iiTely cinch the pt-nnant. the Popular :! be conceded the gonfalon if they apturA this game The "red letter us in ess w :I1 be the greater if the Miners should pull the unexpected and overthrow the Bankers. And there iav ver. bf a further flow of crlm- -- depending upon conditions. Whether or net the Tlcer trill be able to defeat tie Popular remains to be Been. But It is the general consensus of opinion that they have the best caanre of breakxnc la on the unbrokei striae of victories piled up by the powerful leaders who are show ing; their heels to the rest f the field. The fact that they will be staging a death struggle to re tain the posafble ehanee of tying p the league trill certainly add to the spirit with, which the Tigers will play. Will Flap Hard, Anyhow. Tt ould be impossible to foretell whether the fact that they will be .tsrhtme; for their very basketball 'v-cat wMl AtidaffAA . vAt. frnm V he quahtv of the Tigers' play. The , rJTLrtTSlK li !5i.? JTZZi . We opponents can be matched with last tm.cn iigni wnicn is," 'v.;,"".v, - 17-xiT 1 i mm. ana tne conse&nms or WZZVIUE.CAL py?E INSTRUCT ED IN fiLL THE INTRICATE MOVEMENTS OP THE MODERN DANCES' o. BbbbbbbbbbPIRKbSI' I 3f2 HUBERT WOOZlS1M.f?A.W.0.L IS ADMITTED lb THE BAB AND MADE A'KNIGHT BEK5RE THE MORNING- AFTEB" rmtoi of -JIMret ! "' Wrestling Is Now Enjoying More Than 75 Entries Are Johnny Mulcahy And Gilette Great Popularity; Stecherlslln For Bicycle Race Events I fry Out For 1920 Baseball ie t ,- i ' I 1 Popular Champ With FanS iMany Youngsters File Blanks ana Arevtteady j;W!LDE VIGTOR OVER KEY RUSSELL MKW YORK, Feb. 20.- By JACK VEIOCK Heavyweight he Is the smaller of the two men. Th wrestling has never been more applause for Caddock when he ap flrmlv intrenched in New York . peared indicated how th crowd fit tnan it is since tne stecner-uaaaocs: championship match at Madison Souare garden. Time was wnen wrestung to Start Monday. 1T7NTRANTS and officials of the ama Ft tear bicycle races to be staged looked upon th more or leas sus picion by the sporting; public here, as well as in many other parts of the country. The very nature of the sport makes it V tha mnalvto- vaaavIab CtL.. V. i: -"""I "K" fi-iL"' " T. teur bicycle races to be rrcPn-T Like the Ctinmplon J Paso T. M. C. A. for the purpose of aeieat. was mighty , completing final arrangements for Caddock, in popular. Stecher. In victory, has be come Immensely so. New York wants to see him in action as often as suit- spirit of ,n nearlv all teams to some extent, tjv carry them through to victory. On the oher hand, their very fiere less and eagerness to win may ham per their play and defeat their pur pose. The only flaw in the entire Tiger -nachme m t"e game against the Bankers wu the shooting of Johnny Tilliams For the first time In three rort.1 Johnny had an off night. Had jch not been the case the Tigers -vou'd surely hare won by a much .-nore decisive score And it is beyond he realm of probability that the -rl'Tje johnny will have two suc- -S ve off night?. "one of those things,' contributed to consensu K Af nnlninn k- ia,m f .ri i,o ---Blt"" V tul. ue WI" ri tne utie ziT-zLx i r- ruLrrrr. lor ,on ll- charges and counter charges of fak ing made at intervals, and wrestling LEW1M WINS AGAIN. Wichita. Kan. Feb. 2. Ed 'rangler" Lewis defeated John Olln ' a one fall bout here 'Wednesday - ,;r.: in two hours and five minutes. fa' rame -ith a body scissors. s3BBBBSsScBBH9sHBBBaBBBrSefBV ' irP8 T? f1 f 1 i lh Mfc. i I & HI I ,1 U I! U , U SfTsTlSfll !! SSI Siiissii iiiis liBT 11 stalked about with Is More Ponnlar Than Ever Today the mat game is enjoying prestige with the sport loving public of New York and Its environs. It his been given a clean bill of health and has become so popular here that whenever an attractive match is made the sport fans fall all over each other to the rush for choice seats. Joe Stecher and Barl Caddock young clean cut. clear eyed American types of manhood, furn ished the spectacle that glued wrestling tightly to the sport map In this section and promoter Jack Curley, who has been struggling to build up wrestling In New York for several years, also de serves credit for the elevation of the came to such a oonular nlane. New Yorkers are among the keenest Superior physical ability ira the world's title for Steelier. He outweighed Caddock by 8 pounds and he is ranch the stronger man of the two. As an active wrestler the Iowan has It all over Stecher, hat he lacks the bull strength and dogged persistence of the champion. the events. WILL BE FOUR EVENTS. It has been definitely decided that there will be four races. The smaller boys in class C wiH be first on the sroxram. The race will start at Dal las street and extend down Missouri to Campbell where the winner will be decided. The class B boys who are a few years older than the little fellows will isn next and will also race to Campbell street. Official will be placed at intervals along the line In orderto time the boys and trill also be on hand to cheek the tic tors as they arrive at Campbell atrcet. Boys of IS years of age and more m Team At Texas University, By WILLIAM J. WKEG T'KTTK TriM ?h. . With the i Lake, who baa also had summer base- A loosenlnr no of sore arms and the f ir experience. FttsgeraW will also JERSEY CJTY. N" J. Feb. Jfl.-Jirr.mr I Wilde, of England, world's fh -J weight boxing champion, Thursday night scored a knockout over Mick . Russell, local bantamweight, when the latter's manager acknowledge 1 his fighter's defeat by throwing th towel into the ring in the sevent round. The match was for eig t rounds. After the fight Wilde learned ti...r a writ of attachment of his ahi-.-of the gate receipts hid been ser by George Dwyer. of New York. " claims that Wilde ows him $J," ' for services as his macager .1. America. The seventh round had gone two minutes and 25 seconds. The terti-s of the match called ftr 11$ poun-i ringside and neither boxer tipped tt -beam, although the champion v. i still in street attire. The rti.: weights weM not announced. RueH was battered from one side of the ring te the other la the seventh, but it appeared mn thpogh he would he able to last the foil eight rounds when hU manager threw In the totaL In the srevloav round he received considerable-punishment but was not knocked down once, la the fifth he went to the floor when the KneHh title holder shoved him away from a eHneh. WUde gave a splendid exlnl-.t . n of fast boxing coupled with accjru. hitting. Russell appeared unabie to defend himself and displayed ak' gressiveness only, when at close- quarters. Wilde slipped to tre floor twice in the f.rst round on tne slippery cama. Russell's no?" was bleeding after th- tmrd. In "he fourth and fifth Wilde seemeu arra- Juge. 3fatras Calderon, Manuel Sagu- J nas. Adolfo Rodriguex, Augustine Es quibeL Manuel Gutlerrz, Alex Franco, Eliseo Martinez. L. Rodrigocx Davkl Soto, Jose Gutlerres, Eddie Welling ton. Gerald Fitapa trick. Edward Bar ton. Antonio Villa, Frank Math is. Jesus Heirera. Stecher is far from a spectacular -m v0..iC. nc uivcD vwukiy at unes, J is ripe to start something. He looks Ti!1 rmc thl whli th Pcl Boy i.-l.. - . m. rz , vrJ7D.SAonf event Is to w tsjrMl last- nn exnreasion. one of fmut. aJa2!? 1 the program. Thlp event includes navr rUnVH H-. buu iTu JH i members of all of the patrols In El glued to bis oDDonent-a feet iSiFU0 And wi" fiercely contested. Rorki with nnvrfiii MAti,u.i h is expectea tnat at least z boys precision. The great strength in Ms 1 351 eSf1. .Lthi" I5ni..BS2 arms and legs is his forte. His body ' r"X ?, ZIr, 1 scissors is his one bet w w rtl5 1 barredfroni this particular race If. his one bet. He work-ad ignore than two hours before he clamped the winning bold firmly on wwwocK ana succeeaea in aoinjr it wrestling fans i nthe world. They only' after he had warn the Iowan unaerst&na cne game tnorougniy and they can't be fooled easily. The ten thousand odd spectators who saw , Stecher wrest the world's title from caaoocic went nome satisiiea tnat tne match was won and lost ontts merits. I A majority of the spectators were : with Caddock from the first, because tney are Boy scouts. Will Guard Route. The entire route of the race will be guarded by the Boy Scouts and This past year we distrib uted over 140.000 OIL HAPS without charge. Our new 1830 OIL IE EXOPHENT AND GEO LOGICAL MAPS of TEX AS and LOUISIANA OIL FIELDS are now ready far distribution. These two maps w' .b we send free are offered by map brokers at UdO we send them without charge. Do not bay a 'TEXAS or LOUISIANA OIL STOCK without consulting these two geological maps. DUNBAR & COMPANY K Security B.afc Bids- I El Faso Texas. im m (1 Prof1 during coapc jl JE vtil be continued in 192C jl I NEW I I OIL MAP I H jliowin o3 derdopment in B TULAR0SA H HUEC0 H 9 DETROIT and OIL RIVER BASINS Price 50 cents. H I Metcalfe Map Go. I B 202 San Antonio Street B B EI Paso, Texas am BBsSBBSBslFTiflWS 1. u.u win. in. idwu .' . ..- .. -. . ; out in a batUe of ahe- brnte 1 ""n" oz me ponce aeparanent In strength Dalue OI Ber DrBt order to avoid accidents to the little ".. , ,,. , . . . iieuowa. tub first race will start rZ5Z? t aal AneUer Bont promptly at 10 oclock. Entrants re- atSZirlLT.? retnrn lth ceired up to Thursday night, not tn fiii. '"v'L"'? year ??" aDd I Ending oy Scoots, many of whom SSfSlS b.1 cnn,5- i?u " ' Bve not yet filed entrance blanks. Zbysxkojuid other good wrestlers are I are- SSS.'SSf Sf ."'.f11.? WSJ?, "e.w HaroM Sanders. Patrick Snoddy. 1. champion. That all the ellsrihlt .lll I it ur.A-i. d.-a- nn..i.i uJi be accommodated to a certainty. The i Dykes. Paul M ustain. Ivor Workmen. ..,"'" mat oimaiiaHs syaxKo, unstln DeWolf? Allen Bledsoe. Salva erstwhDe fanions brother of Wladek, I dor G. Roes. Joe Mullin. Gilberto P. is coming to thta country, probably Gonzales. F. J. Overkamp. J. Barge, means, that he will get Into the crowd Edward Flerro. Herbert A. Bunbolx, of challengers. So It looks like a Morris Thornton. George Staten. An 5?"TeaI" to.r nn'P'n Stecher and tonlo Corona. r Walter Collins. Bob his rivals. And as the cloud of die-I Charles. Franlaito Arreita, Buford " hibeeB I"ted from the Sm.,Orndorff. Manuel Javamlllo. Tgnado It should be a prosperoas one. lLaca, Jose Loya. John Chew. Jeffrey Tabloid Sketches of New Major Leaguers WILLIAM nurtWULL. ST. LOUIS Born Jarbalo. Eul, March 27. ISJi. . Bats left handed. Throws rhrht handed. , Weight IS pounds. Height ' feet. 11 Inches. Club In 1M Joplin. Mo, West ern league. First engagement Arkansas City. Kan, Kansas-Oklahoma la dependent league. In 1914. Clubs since then Elgin. M, 11; Topeka, Kan, IMS; Joplra. Mo. and Mason City-Clinton. Iowa, 1917; Joplin, Mo, 11. scoreless. Beat lnteor league aecompUsh ment Pitched 43 consecutive in nings for Arkansas City in 114. College experience Two years at Kansas State Agricultural col lege. War record Served In France with the Sth division. 11 record Vletsnies, 12; de feats. 12; Innings pitched. 224; strikeouts, 61; bases on balls. (7; hit batsraea. 6; wild pitches, 1. loosening up of sore arms and the "f" ?"- V1""1? wt" uo crack of the horaehlde aarainst P'T "t base during the coming the willow, basrball aspirants' at the I season. University of Texas are being . put j through dally practice on Clark field i .. Sff " .,. bv coach Billv Diach. I H.1T(T(Tl HI CI TITJTa Tl Prospects are the rosiest in years vv.ww . viru ketbe W1s BOCT. for the university baseball seia-cn. al- r J All JJ' T I Boston. Feb :) Win Kttor.. : though coach Dlsch Is rry reticent LeGSUS ill I1V31S i successfully .iefendcrt his fW about giving out information regard- j .the world's niidilUw eight wrestlnir ina- his team. The premier Longhorn Lake Placid. N". T.. Ftb. 29 Everett ', hamoionshio h.r' Thursday ilB"' coach bas thus far refused gently to ; McGowan. of St. Paul. Thursday by defeating John Kllom sin 1 hoi. give nts opinion concerning tne pros- ,,..,,,..,,, . , i iects of the Longhorns for the 1S2 B'Sht f 40 I"" nls closest season, but those intimately acquaint- rival in theract.s for the International ed with coach Dlsch and the past :airtc ar skating cnampr.nship which1 baseball fortunes of the university, i are being held here. His victory in i say that the Texas team will land an- the two mile senior event Thursd.iv other championship at the end of the ; afternoon made his capture of the )192 season. ' (championship almost certain. Joe' Will See Good Game Moore, of I.ake rlactd. former met- I And the fans in Austin have reason ; ropolitan champion, who won the jto view the prospects in such glowing .eaior HO .-.rd dash and finished I llS- Te ,hS T"0.0 win..nT.e third in In the two mile race Thurs-v ; hurling staff which will be the best day afternoon, is second in points tin southern college circles. Handling :witD g. total of 50 iSni,l!ellHfb?-lrl.,r?r,ofl Ml" Ro, -"X""""- ' Chicago. Pi l42 Tii.lhl? ,wiSLir,.hil,"a for the "on international' ?' r- " Invincible twlrler of the tl,ie lth gs -.,, .in,..,. k. .. i ueieatea Dy jalss K. Dtmlap. also of 117 team. Then there Is Bib Pnlk, candi date for n berth on the Chicago White Sox tram In Jnnevtrh. em be entled Into the fray vchrn. oc casion vfill demnod. Palk iviil not be called on to pitch frequent ly th! season, bat will be ued In the outfield, beeanne of bin hard hitting. Other pitchers of the first caliber at coaeh DIacali dta posal are Ed Kom. freshmen pitcher of the 1919 team, and Italph Harry, also of the 191a squad. Mulcahy llso Oat Promising freshmen hurlers this season are John "Rube" Mulcahy of 'Kl Paso, who has had pitching ex fperience in the Army-City league of. El Paso during the pmsjt 'summer, and Jtbree years of service m -high school. J Mulcahy is going good and coach IDisch in speaking of him. aaid re tcently that h. will be a great asset to the staff because of his feootnes. in the pinches and his effective de ! livery. Another first year twtrter that 'shows promise is Fltagerald. of Eagle Cbk-acro. in 44U vard dash Thnmfo. ; Miss Dunlap established a world's trecord for women of 48 4- seconds. in winning the event. She no has a i total of SO points and an excellent j chance to overtake the leader in to- oay s events. by defeating John Kiloms lock Bold. CONSCIENTIOUS SERVICE 'Oar ability to rmmaaai. eaoVr Ibs; eoafUeaee. la season and at of season U kirsely due to the atefc slajMlard of serr.ee res tlerea to oar eUents on mat ten of Investment. Send ns 7nr bay and sell orders and ash; t hare yanr name placed n anr mallicR list. miffiSl ISrtSTKEHT C0. J. E. L'..E, Manager. The jjreat , braSeraKTe hocxe the Seathirest. lll'i orth Oregon St. 1 Paso, Texas. LAST DAY-TOMORROW 0 These Wonderful Values on MEN'S SUITS Motor Group Arena Will Be Stage Of Boxing Contests W1.11 the BanctioB ot tJ- Gen. t kinds of athletics and was an inter- iy Robert L. Howie, district com-tested spectator at many contests at - mander. boxing boots will be ne-IFort Bliss following his return from newed this spring and summer in the! overseas. The fact that the glove - iv '"""-h i. was attirouncfa Thursday nipht by elore enthusiasU interested in the revival of the trame at the post. Boxine h s not ben staged at Fort XM.3B since laax uctooer when eon tests a-ere held at the Motor gcoup arena just below the poet and In the x-jitu ami Mveuin cavalry camps. To Prevent Fk and Colds TTiree Rules You Should Observe (1) Sleep 8 hours With -windows wide open I (2) Eat wisely exercise regularly don't worry (3) Avoid crowds and persons having colds Kl. This Year la Milder bad; iietween the shoulder blades. The rules given above, recom- to ophn tne pores. Then Vicks mended b? the New York City should be rabbed in over the parts Board of Health, are guides to ""fl " kln is red spread on Bood health at all times. Partlcu- thickly and covered with two lariy should thev be followed lust thicknesses of hot flannel dotfasr now., when Influenza is again Cave the clothing loose around abroad In the land. Authorities neck, so the vapors released agree, however, tnat the flu this by the body heat may be freely rear Is less severe than in the inhaled. last epidemic the attacks are These vapors, inhaled with each thorter and the death rate lower, breath, carry the medication dl In fact, many physicians insist rectly to the lungs and air pass that the epidemics now being re- ages. At the same time Vicks is ported from so many sections are absorbed thru and stimulates the 'o- flu at all. but simply the old- skin, thus aiding to reller. the tashioned grip. congestion within. Keep the Air Passages Healthy T'se of External Treatments for While we know very little more Colds Increasing about the flu pow than we did Mck s VapoRub la the disearsry a-t year the germ Itself has .f a North Carolina druggist who never been positively identified found how to combine in salve ?t::i most authorities agree that J0"0 th standard time-tested the flu eerms are breathed in If Remedies. Camphor Menthol th system Is in good shape and Eucalyptus Thyme, etc so thot the membrane or lining of the air when the salve Is applied to the passages is in healthy condition body heat these Ingredients are 'hese germs are thrown off. liberated In the form of vapors. A rood nlsn is to melt a little ,c" -M particularly recom- menaea xor children's croon colds, since it Is externally ap plied and therefore can be used nostril, several times a day. espe- i? r"no, finir Tnnspfl ' . 'u.11 .3i.ia. Vick's VapoRub in a spoon, night ana mornmr, and innaie the pors. also apply a little up th The best evidence of the valne .of Ticks fs the Mead fly Increasing number of people who have been converted to the use of this "out- ria.ly ju&t before ueinir exposed lo cro us Treat All Colds Iremptlr Aboie all, ketro free from colds. as colds irntatc the l'ainpr of the side" treatment. air passages and make them real Begin nintr with the customers breeding: grounds for germs, of a small retail drup store, the Prompt use of VicWs VapoRub use of Vicks has grown year by aids :n preventing mid. For head year state by state until now colds, sor threat or hoarseness, more than 17 million jars are used rub Vi-'ks w il over the throat annually. And this in spite of the ir.d chest ar coe. with a warm fart that Vicks is a new form of f'a-T el cloth- For deep chest treatment to many folks in the n rjc j.-rr- pore throat o- bron- .Voru. and West. Vicks can be hot --e-t towels should fir?t had at all drueffists in three sizes r" a; -d t'j the throat, chest and 30c, 60c, or Jl 2" Adv. It met irreat sueeess both from the standpoint of stastujr flrst cianm bouts and attendance but was stopped by a southern de partment order of 3iaJ. Gen. n.rkrnann prohlbltina the stafdntr .. a,sUstr rwnitrsis 10 wmen an ad nlsslsn Is chanced. Cold vreather made It advent about that time and TThlle several petitions were rorvrarded to the southern depart went headquarters little effort vas made to renew the same un til a short time ajro. w?!1, Howze n" always been iden nried as an active booster of all aame has been hlahlv nds.ajMf hv leading- athletic directors of the coun try ana nas oeen sanctioned by mm Texas League Owners Will Waiver Players In Future IT NDER the new order of thins in the Texas league, no manager in the circuit can dispose of a player to a club of "another circuit of the same or tower classification until all seven other Texas managers have In dicated their . aseeni by signing a Here is an example of the one elub cets Mr. A. for S300. sIf two er mere say they ran use him. the disposition of the fllner Js decided by lot. There are a number of good things about this rule. To begin with, it often saves an athlete from being shunted from a class B to a class C circuit at a loss in salary. Then tary officials as an athletic tralninair,ir SLwSsJff? .n.?-te ? V ZXSE &ih5jrzr&l . T TT ---- "... m ..... M. th. n , tin.. ltw . T tbb Vm.a 1 l. wi. . . tw ... a snort time until It is adoDtetf all rTi v ---. . -- . A .Hw ...iu. i. vuauiw a iwuw uu w over the country. "P" ""this year: strengthen at an expenditure of ISO. . ..... Texas Joins nig Ones There have been times wheat Texas nriSST.. ?V?.?' thf PVtim lIono holds the contract of 'league managers hav. stubbornly de &5T2itm aiie.n,E?1,et m"" ' Pitcher A. but figures It can (set along dined to help other clubs. When S!? ..17, and. nk..Fowaer In without him. and sell him for a muni- they could let this or that elnb hav. 2?o?rwf.i 2 l if ."... ,ho.T..on J"1 8mn "" C club. The I a certain player, they release him or m.fc. ... : "'S '.,te middle- Houston secretary then informs presl- sell him to a club in another circuit, weignt champion of the Fifth cavalry, dent Walter Morris that waivers are I Under the new regulations there will stationed in the Big Bend and has iicei- oeen oexeaieo. Ills last bout la El Pass was with Jack Fitzgerald, whom he de feated In two rounds. Pewser has a big southwestern reputation as the possessor of a knockout wal lop and has won many bouts In this section. lie Is an El Fasean and no doubt would prove a tre mendous drawing card from this city and Fort Bliss. L HEM asked upon pitcher A. in order that he may be disposed of outside the circuit, norns in turn advises all seven other club owners. These seven either sljni waivers showing that they dont give a vfhoop what becomes of 31 r. A or decline to slmu Such a declina tion means that they can make use of the pitcher and are will ing to par the wnlrer Drier. X300-. If all but one club waives, that be no more such doings. Waivers do not have to be sought when a club of the Texas league de sires to send a slayer to a class A or class AA club. I Secretary Roberts of the Buffs has signed a waiver in all five cases, thereby . signifying that he doesn't want any of the five. Houston Chronicle. Curilas Co. buy ilbery bonds. Adv. EAGUEBS Sleadoff men few in big leagues! St HOIS I 1 1 !0 VW m Ys .f.t i-cn mm I U hmdmj m vi .j r vtay t. s Army basketball league teams will I officially end the season on March 15. i according to the revised schedule which has been issued by the basket ball committee. Much Interest is be ing shown in the work of the teams !hi"-?er " " crowds tunTout JlSL83" ,he oontesta. The schedule r.JJV -nth cavalrrand remount depot. IS.!??' th engineers and ... O...OISV1 1 second fame. Pilot Miller Hugging of New York Yankees Would Like to Land Man of the Order of McGraw, Keeler, Latham or Burkett to Lead Team at the Bat; Enthusiastic Over Getting "Babe" Euth. motor Ei.h.i. -r.-;?"'j. ."s"" .- r7 auu oailoon corns February 2 Seventh cavahnTand signal roros. bsllnx. -.:?. mount depot. "" "" re- r.rltZr"7 , 2lnth Kineers and moEtorhtra,n5'irt.8eVnth &;., EiBhth 'T - -notor h.tTf- s-B"n corps and signal battalion: Seventh oavalry and re mount station. ""ry ana re- r.fJTh S-rfhth engineers and re'nmuhnt.CaTalry; mtt tnx -.SCI? f-rP'Eh' corps and Seventh gtneers. balloon eorp" Nintn en March 7 Eighth cavalry and re mount; motor transport and signal battalion. March 8 Eighth cavalry and Sev enth cavalry, balloon and motor transport. .Maf,ch 1 Xinth engineers and Eighth cavalry; balloon corps and re mount station. March 12 Signal battalion nri re. I mount. Eighth cavalry and balloon corps. March 13 Motor transport and Seventh cavalry March 14 Seventh ralr. ,.r,A h.l. I loon corps Ninth engineers and mo-1 tttor transport. NE Dy SAM CIMAB. In of the ball. This rule pOwlbly resulted lu there being so few players now who are considered good men to head the batting list. Combined with the abilitv to.nlelc out a good ball to hit at. which re- gooa eye. good judgment. EW YORK, Feb. 12. Good lead- off batsmen are about as scarce now-adays as classy catchers and crackerjack base runners. This fact was brought out yester day by manager Hugglns, of the Yankees, during a discussion over uuires wno is ti.e best man on his team to natiMM ... a i.v.i Rast ..- .,. lead-off at bat. Finally Huggins de- off man should be a speedy runner, cided that Fewster would be his' excellent purlolner and quick-witted ehS!e .for thmt POTtant task. enough to take advantage of a change Of all the many players Huggins to get an extra base on a place hit by has to select from, the youngster. . irewster. impressed the manager as having the best qua! if! cations for the; position, and the Yankees possess, several veterans. Others race Same Problems That Huggins arrived at that con-! elusion and picked out such an in-i experienced player as Fewster. Is evi dence of the dearth of capable men to 'set the ball a-rolling." j Other managers than the leader of! the Yankees are up against the same irouDie. and it keeps them guessing. BUKsTtns was lead-off man for th Cardinals and was a corker at it yet he Is so modest that he claims no high honors for having filled the po sition StllT, he was given plenty of deserved credit by his opponents, Huggins thinks, as does the writer, that ltoy Thomas was one of the bent lead-off men the game ever had. Roy, It will be remem bered, was a cood waiter and had the knaek of "foaling off the good ones at his pleasure. In faet. It was that rare ability to Mtill off the good ones, possesaed by Thomas. Burkett. McGraw. Keel-r, Latham and others, that enuted the rale to be a don ted which prevents Intentional foul- Benny Leonard Fought Twenty Bouts in 1919 Here is champion Benny Leon ard's record last year, proving that he was th. busiest title holder in the fight game; Date. Opponent. Rem. Rds. Ian. 1 Paul Doyle N.D. Jan. U Eddie Kelly N.D. Jan. !0 Johnny Dundee.. N.D. 8 Jan. 11 Joe Benjamin W. 4 Feb. 21 Willie Ritchie.. N.D. 4 Mar. i .Jarvey Thorpe.. W. 10 April 28 Willie Ritchie... K.O. 8 May Jl George Erne K.O. June IS Johnny Dundee. N.D. 6 Aug. 11 Patsy Cline N.D. Sept. 4 Sold'r Bartfleld.N.D. C Sept. 8 Johnny Clinton. N.D. 1 Sept. 27 Johnny Dundee. N.D. 8 Oct. IS Phil Bloom ND. 1 Nov. 10 Sold'r Bartfleld.N.D. 8 Nov. 17 Jimmy Duffy... K.O. 2 Nov. 27 Sold'r Bartfleld.N.D. Dec. 10 Mel Cougan .K.O. 2 Dec 19 "Red" Herring. K.O. 4 Dec ;; Jake Abel W. 10 a following batsman, or the slightest ! futble by an outfielder. i Fewster Has Speed ' Fewater. while lacking in expert ence. haa the speed, good judgment and other qualifications tnat will en able him to be developed Into Just the player the manager Is so desirous of having. "Give me a good lead-off man," said Huggins, -and 1 will have a great start toward a winning tram. Any team that has such a player has a big advantage. The Claclnnatl fteda had one last year. In fact the entire team made the pitcher pitch to them all the time. 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