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pnOMIBVT WRITERS COVTRIBtrTE. Tad Dorgan noted sport page cartoon 1 s wrttr sum t rai and trnest Lamgan base' al and dopeaters . s mlrews. boxinir cnt t r Ouimet. one of the gr-3 st aiateur golfers of he Jack eiock and Gra baseball and boxing wr -are leading contributors to The Herald Sports Departmr- HERALD SPORTS LhlU VIL. ' o tnf latest news of boxing wrest ling1 foor- f-tbaii golf bowling tennis and othr athletic ; is found in the sport columns of The Herald. Full aofd wire service on all big games and matches, fte- sis for Information on sporting eients given special "ition by Sports Information Bureau Telephone 2020 BOXING BOWLING BASKETBALL BASEBALL GOLF TENNIS OUT-DOOR LIFE Babe Ruth Is In Fine Form; Shanks And Fowser To Open Ft. Bliss Boxing MIGHTY HOI HON HITTER SUMS' Thes 0fR4& THE BALL OUT OF FIELD !N TRAINING By Briggs SvSSSSSSSSl Babe Opens Up Training Siege With Mighty Wallop Over Center Field Fence wnile JBatting Against Walter Smallwood; Same Drive on Polo 'Grounds Would Have Struck the Center Field Bleachers. Br siM criae ksON ILLL. Fla-. March It. .early part of the dav was very raw I JR-ibe Ruth still has the wallop that i jred the Yankee's owners to ivp famous sluarCftr for SIZS.eOO ttih alter Small wood In the box .-otrdav afternoon throwing up v pn balls at abont half epeed. i.ihe got one around his smns ana iK rcr his old toe hold swipe shot e pill for the longest drive yet made n the Southside Park. The ball went to the center field fence and that ulwark is far away la a Biff Field, Too -outaide Park is about the biggest -M that anv team nas ror spring ra -t ice The back fence Is even i -t her aw ay from the home plate an on the fitr'd where the Giants rained in Marl in. Texas I was a tremendous smash Babe cave the balL backed up with all m Immense force in his powerful o j'der real Bane rtuxner, o hng -ess Some of the fvt lorL news paper men and aeveral 1 ankee players estimated that the same drive If made on lite Polo f ronndt, vrould kBTe driven the ball Into thf renterfleM bleach er. That wan a mere tneu and the boys may have been a bit too enthusiastic, but It iraa a great clout, and then ome. Still Has Heme Ron KnarL Of course there was "nothing" on; bal that Small wood served, but f nf-e fac that Babe busted It, as: o oni can was tne Dig feature. Hf demonstrated that he till has "ome run KnocKing Knack hn it is taken into consideration a no ball has ever been batted over same fence the feat stands out as nrthv o notice Colonel Huston was i hand to see the swat and was the pleaseo person present. no h morning and afternoon per- M of practice were taken. The and cold Good Looklnir Fluneh Scout Joe Kellev ordered a souad of pitches out in the morning to doi a little "limber up" as he said. The twirlers were Carl Hays. Herbert Thormablen. George Mogridg and Bob Shawkey. Harold Ruel was sent out to act as the receiver for the warm ing up stunt. Dell Pratt also went I out and took his first practice. 'None of the boxmen put any thing on the balL They were very careful of their wing, under order, and not one of the four used "mokf.w It was a earefnl as well as reasonable workout. These who practiced In the morning were excused from the afternoon work. The weather was mneh more favor. abl for training during the afternoon ana tne dots went to it with s. snien- dtd display of peppery exuberance. The old baseball ipnnp fever bit the laoe nara and it was difficult to re- strain them. Several of them whipped tne oaii across me atantond with speea enough to "shoot It- rne sun came out and th winr died down, giving glorious promise of real Florida weather such as was enjoyed down here br the Tasks and uainesvine bv the Giants last spring. Tne Ditcher, rhn took adnntoM of the iraprov ed conditions, were Walter Small wood Mario De Vltells. Bob HcGraw and Jack Onion. TMne- Body, who is a whale for work also. manvcea on aoing some or ue twirl ing besides his other work. AD 1315 TO SEATTLE. Philadelphia. Pa March ! Jack Adams, who last season was first string catcher for the Phlladelnhla National league team has been pur- t chased by Seattle, of the Pacific coast I International league J 0 zas5Spa I . . - 555r5KicSS55 i m yiif ii i r m.ia . 1 i t a.. - rwi sikj . ijuruis. 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March 1Aa a mlo ST mt have seldom been able to I nix- tne sensations of the K. O. w and there are nnmerons In- ianes where, fighters have rone o igh battles and could remember rr or wnat nappened. Wellinc Has Similar Case Willing the well known llo-ht- -iht. tell;, of a peenliar experience id whn he fought Richie :- of Milwaukee, at the base- -ark in Cincinnati, during the i u b series games. -In tbe third round. said Joe. re both let our rights go and Richie heat me to the pnnrfa. Mt knees sagged and then all Iterante a blank to me. I remem ber nothing of what transpired from the third round until the ien.h. Then I heard my man nicer. Jack Grace say that every thins was going nlee. I won dered -where I was and what was going on. I could hear a noise, which was e crowd yelling. I suppose but I Lid not figure out what place I was T bought of all kinds of things. emed to feel foolish because I uld not think what town I was In. imae ned the people would think I an bugs if I could not say where I c ard jest at that moment some esa.ii talking about Cincinnati. i guess it was abont the games. t 't was enough to help me oat of trance Then I remembered that nad a fight on there, but didn't realise who It was with. My head) who have taken the teaJ began to clear a bit. and as the tenth ronaa enoea. i started for my dress ing room. Mitchell won the news paper decision, and I don't wonder at it, but I guess he never realized the condition I was in. I ranst have fought in a mechanical way only. To this day I cannot remember a thing about the fight after the third round. But I would like another battle with Mitchell, just to satisfy myself as to whether he could repeat.'" led Here Is Another It might be added that while Well ing claims New York as his home, be was born in Milwaukee, and later! moved to Chicago The above storv recalls to mind a : similar happening to Charlie Near. a great favorite In Milwaukee two decades ago Neary was matched with Willie Fitzgerald, of Brooklyn. N. T, at that time one of the best lightweights In the country. The bout was held at Blue Island Avenue club, near Chicago. In the first round Fitzgerald knocked Aeary flat with a right haymaker, but the Milwaukee boy was up at the count of nine, and stayed the ten rounds, taking a severe beat inc. After the con test. ery asked his manager, Joe Crawford, If he had been fighting. Snre. Charlie, you went the ten rounds, said Joe. "That's fnnny, retorted eary. ! did not know I had been In a fights PLAYS TO TIE ! B1--- Ttr r Ir- T$-?l -- kJ T-'llxT Pilnf ! ftTjff-'unoniifMl VU11111& AYAC.VXV) T CLC1CU1 X AiiXJf X XXt-Tk) 19 X J C. din eondltl :: :: .. .,. .. :: ii Discouraged, But Intends To Make A Strong b2t.- i :1: :;j: .j. .. :: .;,. :j: .fj:. San Antonio Aces Unable! Effort To Come Back With A Winning TeamiSH'1 Little Bits of Sport LOOK over the different classes in the boxing game and name three boxers who have a chance with t title holders. It can't be done. 1 , t now we have the weakest n of contenders that the boxing -me eer knew Tbe light, welter, middle and heavy ight divisions hardly have a man worthy of a match with the cham pion. lears ago the woods were full of n tenders. Dixon and McGovern had any, jniber of close rivals. Frank Erne inT Joe Gans were continually f gfatlng for their lives to cling to he title. Joe Walcott didn't have to look far for a tough opponent. Tommy Byan had many a tough bird j o face, and as for Corbett, Fitx- mmons and Jeffries, they had their nds full all the time There were few set ups in those laya Today, it's only a loqg shot ho can get a chance at a champion : 1 ere isn t an even money choice on market. Some Famous Southpavn. Ty Cobb, Babe Ruth. George Staler, " is Speaker, Hal Chase. Charley haphn Jim Jeffries and Alfred Xe r j Spider KcUy's Code reader wants ns to tell htm the . iU Britt storv of Spider Kelly. It opened during Britt s fight with u i he Fitzgerald in Frisco Spider 1 Mv who was Britt s chief second. as noted for nis aoillty in handling ie-a Fotj loyal and enthusiastic. i l was known the country over w lilie Fitx had a cracking right i Kelly, watching Britt. saw him r to stug time after time. Then the shrieking oice of Kelly would be heard yelling "Delia Britt' Delia Britt." All through the fight those mysterious words floated through the air At the end of the 2sth round Britt was declared the winner-- ivo or tnree people an- to Defeat university Nine in Hot Game. By WILUOf J. WEEC. Austin. Texas. March It, Errors by their team mates and timely hitting of the San Antonio. Texas league team prevented "Bos- Gillette of El Paso and Ralph Barry from pitching the Texas team to victory in the first at home game or the season nere inis afternoon. The final score was six to six the game being called at the end of the tenth inning on account of darkess. Falk and Moore of the Texas team starred both In the field and at the bat. FalW Hit Hard. Falk got a home run. a double and a single in four trips, to the plate while Moore got a home run and a single out of four times tin. Moore accepted six chances in the field with out an error. Muns and Davenport, ban Antonio hurlers were more ef fective than the two long horn twirl ers although both pitched a medico re brand of baseball. Mans starred at the beginning' two singles and a double oat of three times tip. The Texas team played the strong 27th infantry team here Wednesday afternoon. The box score: San Antonio AB RBHPOA B Feller. 2b 4 12 2 4 Nee. lb 5 llll Brown, cf ...& 1 0 2 Halt rf 4 0 0 2 0 Poole, lb 4 e 2 12 Gressett, If .......6 1200 Trimble, ss 110 0 James, c ....... ....3 0 16 1 Beyers, c ...........1 0 0 4 0 Muns, p 2 13 0 2 Davenport, p ........2 0002 Totals Texas English, es . .. i SlcCullough. 2b .41 6 12 30 11 2 AB RBHPOA E proached Kelly and asked what the iWlckllae, ss new cooe or -Delia Britt" meant. "Oh." piped the Spider, smiling, ypa know I was afraid that be was taJctng too many chances. I told him T be more careful to measure bts man to be Delia Britt." The inquiring scribes then tumbled to the fact that Kelly was caution- viJSgTaw" to mon So Sa$WeAtt of Us. frtends, old times, old manners, old books, OLD WINE. Oliver Goldsmith. GREB DBFRVTS TDntEIL Akron. O, March 19 Harry Greb, Flttsborg. was given the newspaper decision over Clay Tnrner, of New York, In a U round bout here Tues day night. The men are light heavyweights. .E 1 & ..5 .WW's '.2 irn.'o Hart. c. rf Falk, cf. lb .. Moore, If Barry lb. p .. Willford, rf . Penn. c Nowlin, Jb ... Robertson, xx Graves, 2b ... Gillette, p ... Ban. cf Totals xx Rober tso n f.fth. Summary: Hits and runs off Gil lette. 9 bits and 6 runs In five innings. on jaums. t nits ana 4 runs in six innings, struck out, Barry 2, Mnns . Davenport 3. Sacrifice hits Poole, Halt Nowlin. Willi ford. Graves. Two base hits. Muns, Falk. Three nase nits English. Home runs, Falk, Moore. Time of game 2 hours 10 minutes, umpire As n ton. ,TBn YORK. March 10 Cornelius. i McGUlieuddy is trying to come) gag. The famous erstwhile successful i manager of the Philadelphia Ath- I letics has a big squad of ball plaj -1 ers in training at Lake Charles. La..j and hopes to cull a winning combi ' nation from their number i Connie is through selling star i players. The war time need for re trenchment ha ing passed, he has settled down to the difficult task of building up another pennant win ner for Philadelphia, and he hs one of the largest squads of players eer' taicen to tne sunny southland xor spring training. Left for Camp Early. The Athletics were the first ball tossers to get under way for Dixie, the batterymen leaving February 23 Whether or not they will be first In the coming pennant race is some thing else again On paper they do not look like a club with the playing strength to carry them to a pennant. But they may prove to be a thorn in the sides of some opposing teams during fJie coming summer, for un der Mack's tutelage young players are apt to show a remarkable knowl edge of baseball moot any old time and Mack will have a compara tively young team. Many baseball critics who have followed Mack'a eareer are of the opinion that the lanky Philadel phia pilot will have to watt a long, long while before he ever ! haa another aggregation of young player to work with such an he had in the good old daya when he developed his once great world's champions. The Barryit. Raker. ( olllnseii. Melnneses, to soy nothing of the I'laaka, Ooorabirt and Benders, or the Old rings, come few and far be tween, reran ps Slack has realised It long ago. Perhaps he has been forced to admit himself that the natural ability of his one-time stars had mere to do with leading ihem to stardom than his tutoring. But for all of it Mack is a wise tt and capable manasrer Given 0 talent he will get as much out of it By J1CK iniOCK. Tabloid Sketches of New Major Leaguers LETTER, OCTFIKLDEIt CDB5. BORN Philadelphia, Pa Feb ruary 19, 18. Bats and throws Left handed Weight 12 pounds. Height feet. Sfe inches. Club in 119 Newark. X. J, In ternational league. First engagement Scraston. ra. New York State league. 114 Club since then Newark, N. J, lilt. College record Graduate of Mount Saint Mary's Emmltsburg. Md War record First class yeoman In accounting office at Philadel phia Navy yard. 1919 record Games. 143; at bat. K5, runs. 7$. base hits. 141, doubles, 21; triples, 14, homers. 2. sacrifices. 32, steals, 26. aver age, 29. regular meal ttsket. Xaylor is another whose past experience shonld make him ripe for a good season, while Martin, secured from the Birmingham Club of the In ternational league, was one of the best in the Hasten minors, nni Is expected to make good in the American league. EckerL a Philadelphia boy. who was brought up from the Virginia if league, was purchased from the Suf-if folk club He pitched a game against I t Ra. lao.lanil TnrfUn, last all ttriil was eaten by a very low score. Gib son, another of Connie s recruits. corner from Kegtsa, in the caaaaian' moods leaaus. n-si.jr, auuiuw uiukqi. wuur' rtfSpKK rro middleweight battlers, equal in weight, strength and science will formally usher in boxing as a re creation for soldiers and fans of the 1 Paso military district tonight at the motor group arena when Frank ie Fowser and Kid Shanks climb through the ropes to battle for the district 153 pound title, . Shanks lias Pnneh. While Shanks Is the more rugged of the two and packs the hardest punch there will be very slight dif ference in weight when the two men meet In the ring Fowser Is faster and has more experience than his soldier rival, an advantage which will be equalised in the superior strength and hitting ability of his opponent. It will mark the first appear aaee of the two men locally since last summer when Shank defeated SHent Hontag. Jaek Fltagerald and other men while Fewser was a famlHar figure aronad the training rtnp where he directed the work of Gene Delraont. Bebby ri nngh and others. II ay den Issue Challenge. Speedball Hayden army middle weight title claimant will challenge rn vrinMs at th. wit I' u inX 1 saii. veteran fan nf rnlHrnhnt whn developed Hayden arrived in El Pao Wednesday morning in readme to obtain the signature of the winner to a set of articles calling for a bout with Harden on March 27 "Fowser I and Shanks are both hard, consistent iboys and either would make an ex ceUent match for Hayden." said Mr Johnson." Hayden is the recogn rd , border middleweight champion and it J would be necessary for the winner of the bout to first met him before an title claims are advanced for the Kl Paso district or otherwise, in my opinion.'" Complete Their Training. Shanks and Fowser com pitted j training Tuesday afternoon and both VUIH.CM llldl. Ul- WCIE in Bl t'l condition for the meetine liUatl intrMt i hofntr- hnwn i j the preliminary bouts, particularly jthe semi-final which will bring "Slam" Wilson and Dal Hawkins 'o an eight round go Ha -. vri i le er fast man a.n rf will give vi ilson a hard fight. Clam ' ' I ' ! nmisins a. lat nt ! Hut !ll k i opposing a very clever man in Haw kins. Jim Braan has been look ng rafter the training of Hawkins end ' hsb Kai his man fftnwn ti airht in A 'LJj&JP!SSRwmT fromita PrtS- "ogAhe cek. -artSL2wSf!!?r .-. I Uttto Red Hogan iul Paao s on .. w--- .v.f e- -71 Particular ieainerweignt star mil folk, will be the contenders for the short-stop position. Galloway made a splendid showing with the Athletics last falk McCann Is a player of much promise, both at the bat and In the field. ! For the third base Thomas and Bra sill will fight it oat. Thomas Is ex perienced and a first class fielder, but was not up to his usual batting form last year. Brazil!, a player of short experience. Is a right-hand batsman ' and led two different minor leagues last season. I Tillie Walker and Wlngo will fight it out for left field. Walker Is still a first-class player, has the experi ence and looks forward to a great year. A eteran In Center. Amos trunk and Frank Welsh the latter secured from the Virginia league) will battle it out for center, field. Amos is looking forward" to one of his best years and his position appears to be safe enough. George Burns, who formerly played first base will play right field. Charles High, a St. Louis boy. and Whltey Witt, an all-around player, will battle for utility Jobs. The team is being created by cap tain Harry Davis and Danny Murphy is helping coach the young players With two such reliable men as Davis and Murphy the Athletics shonld make a much better showing than they have made in the past five or six years. meet Riley a product of the quarts master corps in a six round ? 1 event. Hoaan la being solidly backed by EI Paso fans to defeat hi soldier rival. Word from the camp where Riley la training however. Is to the effect that he Is a hard hitter. Is thoroughly game and Is the equal of Hogan in footwork. Babe Cabell and Digger ra!th will be put on la the second four round battle This will be a grudge battle be tween two of the best welters of the 24th Infantry and the fan are looking forward to some real mixing. The Initial show of the e -- will bring Battling Chtco. of El Pi . lit pounds and Morlo. of the Seven i cavalry, together Wilson ha h a looking after the training of M .:--tio and says that he Is a strong, to jC boy Spider Rawls will be referee of the boats. Ad Wolgast, former lia'wr champlon. made a poor show re his attempt to come dick n recent bout in California. A J III I . fc BE y -- Zf- -5 M m sbBbb- "- 9 1 6peeit 1 I Ifetrs j i FARMERS ATTENTION Our stock of .fcolee alfalfa .red I maniac low. Rlcat now U the time to boy your requirements. e .till have a .mall toeV. or CHOICE RECLEANED ARIZONA ALFALFA SEED This class of seed Is exceedingly scarce and when our present stock la exhausted, we will be unable to replace It. Get your order In early. HEID BROS., INC. 11A1. GRAIN. FEED and FIELD SBKD. Phone 3S. Texas and DaUas Streets. At Last, Relief from Roe iimatism LL BOXING ian.1 1 . Hasty, with the ...37 10 3 13 IV ran tor Nowim In BESTS LOUGIinEl A 1. Uanrfi . U.... norta with the Atlanta boncb that , K ZrZTl- 1. '-1 ," , ?'. monopolised Macks lineup during the." pank LoartreS Bm? T ?h. Utter -lart of the IMS season. Keefe.' .HirtSnnrt of 2i, 5SSw J a riah -haader fron, Reading JJS, 'SS? her. ' rHJS'iSSu. n ai5- ttzsxxfcjs&ttisrsi k "-"" ..... 1 unnercut to th hfflv ThpMftsii- tli KiAHon AfiAiBsir istr naniir. ma -". " , . . - - -- Spring seems to gravate this ful disease ag- pain- teams and spend a part of his time wun eacn 01 them. In selectlne his 192 regulars Mackt H T7DT7I7 Tour portrait )H r KT.rj made k; B MB Bersaer Eradlo H SJ k its for the details of SB this attraetive special offer. fl Paiace Drug Co. LI BJ See Oar Windows. BJ M Corner City Market Bide SJ JUST OUT Complete Geologic Blue Prist Map of New Mexico. Size 30x36. Pnct $6.00. Locke & Sanchez, Socorro, N. M. j Glints of the Diamond j rDGB CHABLES POLLOCK, pr.si dent of the Army and City league is for clean baseball And he ex pressed his intention to back up nls umpires in decisive fashion at the Monday night meeting of the execu tive committee of the league when he asserted that there was going to be no S8-40 method of administering Jus tice on the field. My Interpretation of the word baseball Is good, clean American sport, spirited and scrappy, but with every man conducting himself as a gentleman on the field" declared the league prexy. "We regard the publto as an asset and there is going to be nothing left undone that will con tribute in any way to the convenience a number of strong men to his staff and he Intends to get right oft at the Jump in the race for the pennant. The International team, naturally, will be su-engmenea ny tne aaaiuon of one or two fast men, but aa this club is always able to take care of Itself lit tle apprehension is felt that it will come out on the field In a weakened condition at any time during the sea son's schedule. W1IEIIE WILL, SEYUIXD PLA1 THIS SEASON f ASK FAS. Many fans are Interested In wheth er Maj. K. R. Norland, the pitching siar oi tne jsignin Engineer team ana vice presiaent oi tne league last year, will return to the diamond and. It so. of the fans. I am going to back up Just what team wMl he plav with. my umpire to the last ditch, bat I xeei tnat drastic action will not be necessary In view of the splendid standard of baseball which has been displayed here for the past three years. And. believe me arp going to have a real league his ear" WILL II VIE STRONG TEAMS IN THE LEIGLE. I Award of franchise to the Zonr SuppU International and Knights of Columbus leaT a i ile proof tlat the ejtv ia "ing to be rep-eser i I nl-hn pood lai I . -- i o V i I rues n n i K p- - -lif- -M I'll I ! Llent. 3IeCnlloli- ?nrMt,. tlve of the Seventh Cavalry team announced at the Monday nlKht meeting that Maj. Neyland had ald he would merely occupy the position of a speetalor this m .on. However, many tans feel that lie vtIII return to the diamond and In this event Meat. McCal loeh ..Id he vroold probably Join Ihe Sevent Cavalry tram and pitch for thl. nine daring the nea.on. SMrnr is iCTon I r no hf Maid i in ri n nt uthrfd n ir Irsn " ' i tH i ' L I ij' i n.i 1. mli Victim! of RltfHmalitBi (fiat itkmI ZTtt.rsKt?'&zz jr-j.li-M aDd ot an &. lXirvfSLiTAlZ ?ewnro.!e.'n u,,ifcel lhat Mth ke aPProach o W"v --..-.- .. -m .w- v...i. .ini. second and pat nlm down twice. ! . .. ticf from lire paags of suffenag whkh tKcy have endured afl winter. And thw an exceieat tame to get rational reu.U from tne right as anv other manasrer In tb bis: leasnes. Is Watehlne Stars. flth- la l&.l 1.1- ..loawa. -i;-ttor- h. -i;;-- K "iS-Srt.ht !Pmte y S expect 50 re- r-J " ?i"lv " "" "m-. "'". niow. k. . j io me jaw ending tne ngnt. from the Seattle club in a trade, isi ,.. ..,., n,-n. .n.M.9 .a nrAml.n. nll.k. 1 ItJKIJUl WINS BOLT. wusnas. vu m, ujwd h jmnwaiB ,.... .n XT M XckmI. . ,. that Cy Perkins, battery mate of Scotty Perry, will be his first string back-stopper. One other catcher is to be selected. Mack has Walker, ae- rarul frnm ft.. UnlnM In h. W&a """- -.... v- .v.v . .uv .. . . ..... tr,. ".. ----" . ...... ern league, styles, a big rangy fel-' oase, from the Atlanta dun, and who lA?,ecunB nww, . .tS?1 J"CR' The last nltchTr to he nurchased was1 Gallup. S M, March 1 BenDy .will have no trouble In filling a num-l ggZt theMerturTclub! coT- of Albuquerque. N iC. Tues- ber of positions. There is no ioabt,Fnne HuMUJleWMnaTTOab. d hl knock.d out M McManu- "y JSSL2,Mr Z&$Zr, f f - ( i-ws The players who win batUe the fr. times before taking the final I B- Jt BOW DK system IS ready 'n",Hj'tiMi.f"..G2'Sn "J"I'''t- The men are lUtatweigtba. low from Alabama University and the made a remarkable she-wise In the j n , 7 -i p Atlanta club, and Myatt, from Hone-laarnea In which he took part daring rTTr1Zn iTniTfT ton. Tex who was Purchased alone the wind-on of the past season. Bur-i-''11"01 WUiicio the wind-np or the past season. Bnr-i' ptsai cvK nrlll nlan flrrta aampa! this position was purchased from the! Columbus, S. C dub is a left hand batter and thrower, rather erratic in Texas Mines To Play Eighth) Will Vicif TT n? to etwrnabng process tr 111 V 1S1L U . O. that 1$ so oseBtial ia preparing tie ton. Tex who was fjurchased along witn pttcner Harris This battery by the way, was considered the best turned out in the Texas league for a numoer ox years. oaiior ana uuokw, raiser erratic in i Mack took a vountr army of nltcbra t rieidtnE. but a verv strone batsman . nf n.nniin.nr Riti.h MN.r...i..i south this year Scott Perry is his , and a hard man to keep off the team. golfers will leave in June for an ex- I - wis our, ana aeon is saia 10 oe in eycoaa oase iu vc iwttn auvr bt j tended exhibition and competitive excellent condition What s more he Dugan and Dykes. Dugan, who is s tour of the United States. and Mack have patched up their row graceful fielder and looks like a ball Abe Mitchell, the most successful and are good friends again. player. Is also a fair batsman. Dykes, player of last year haa made ar- Klanry. Hurt. promlilns youni: j from Atlanta, Is a wonderful fielder, rangements to visit America and lefthander vrb .howed g-ood form j but up to this .time has not shown will probably be accompanied by last .eason. will probably get a himself to be strong enough at the George Duncan, of HangerHill and ' Harry erdon (South Herts) the holder of the open championship James Braid (Waltoar Heath) has definitely decided not to leave Eng land. Thl. rtll k witi.ir rtr.i l'. . . . '. !! !! lslt to the states. to throw off the imourities that have been acctiraulabag throughout theL I wmter season, aad nature is ready Many forms of Rheumatism eome from a ioy dlsea. frerm Ikat Infests the Moo and mul tiply by Ike mllHon, spreodlnc pain and l.rtare In their irnke. S.S.S has been successfully us-i for Rheumatism for more than til years. It is the most thorough and reliable blood remedy because t searches out and eliminates all di ease gents which safest the blood Mr. E. P. Bratebes. of Da Texas, says ia a recent letter I was down for several weeks t j rheumatism ia my knees, could n-t work. I commenced S. S. S. and i--fore I used two bottles I could g -around fairly wefl. I continued usig S.S.S until I used twelve bof'es and I am now eatirery well I jus a carpenter and now can do my o .. all 0. K. I fed as young as I c:l at thirty although I am fifty I highly recommend S. S. S. t r Rheumatism of the yoiats. S. S. 5. has done wonder ul things ia the treatment of Rheurra rjtw particularfy that form of the chteMe which comes from the tinv germ that gets into the blood, mu1 bpbes rapidry. and carries the tortur- j ing pain throughout the system. i 1 Basketball Teams Will Clash COACH TOMMY DWYER. of tbM State School of Mines Is pottlaa his all star basketball oulntet 1 through a stiff routine of practice m preparation xor the scneauiea s:ame with TJeat. Haddock s t ighth ' Cavalry fle Saturday night at the y m. d a Much depends upon the resur of will be In splendid shape irhets It tep out upon the floor to meet ihe 3IIners who hare been worWInc eonalntrntly nnder the dlreetlon of Llent. Frank Rom and coaeh D.ryer. The cavalrymen will have an ad antaee In beicht. reach and neieht and they intend to utilize it to the Crown Prince a Those who have not yet realized the truth of this statement, and ex pect to get rtd of the disease by the use ot liniments and lottos and Vow U an excellent time to Ireat your Rheumatism with S 4. V, Vfhlle the system is under going It. ananal apring elean Ins.. and tkronlnc off Imparl-llcs. S. S. S. IS sold bv firueoMt everv- L l. 11 1 . ..I . . , , "TT . JPirrU-r- rU Itfmrr rocauy aDPuea ueaunent, wm wnere It is a titty year old remed. C lgnZer Un IVOW contmue to suffer from Rheuma- and its use is no experiment, as it wieringen Holland March inusm. and will find their condition , has been on the market for over ha Freden k W illiara former German Rl,, .. a. ' . -j i . rrown prince is now pretty good! " "" "" "u': "" re a century, ana is Known inrougtiout to me 10- tne lengm ana oreadtn ot the land disorder confined s rapp-r ays w La Croix a Dutch locai nft"i".'B111 " iiv iui tnr ijbki iuui l. i .L C 1 . T f I , months i is been gnmg w iihe'm -"y ui mc painiui pans it can- vo to jour arugrtoie and get a lesfton. A U .L1 1 1 . L..1 ro..i ii rnm nnm m favor- i . . . J. . ... ... w. ... mu,, mjj w.m upper cut mo emuic a. uie biBniii cj aLiutiwDi. ihcj ib icmaiwuiiT cw.il I ine icrmi row 1 print. S lavor- . , . : J, "- -e... nr.unt IhHq Hia Ai-mv hnJtketh.lt 'and fast naareatlnn (if nlavara snH It hln ia sn .,u n... 1 - , rleentealeH 4iea,j tkal k i. u..,m lu. i.L. ... I LI- . . & league at Fort Bliss and in the e.cnt the light in which they are regarded told an Associsted Press correspond- I ln .L, UrA ...r,l IT.- . . I DL .L ml It ii defeated it will considerably by the Miners is shown in the stead , ent and lie i learning how to use , UK J"000 supply ine tiny pain tor Kheumatism that will STOW re- esuen the snees of the troopers to rj.ractiee of the ore diggers ill demons, ihe millions of title Hnnu mh For (r .-r.. 4.l ,M , 4 vreir n a a vi u n t o r tKatht.a-.rf I ,a .a., maa... aa rim between thf Popular and Hi.h I THOMPSON W 4S I.K-iTir.n. i RCrmS that ohool t iiris wf 1 I. n art Willi n Mug Thorn ps n of thf Bloom in fron n her th P ipular or H i p hnol ttani" in a. gn t f r th 1! inn rnami ir ni Thl fart Ik fully rrrosnlied by the honenien and the team f the m.- tuuna na.ni.trs irMon t ai 1 Thrcv 1 l.ag-ue (in bOittinb Idjav aiasuii germs that cause the disease must renardinff vour out case, write u ibe reached and ehmmated from the to Chief Medical Adviser, i 78 S ! blood before real relief can be had. . Laboratory. Atlanta. Ga. Ad.