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EL PASO HERALD
Week-Em! EdWon, Novem&r 15-14, 1920. .11 TIGERS BATTLE CALUMUS CLUB AT STADIUM Teams Meet in Third Game of Season; Bergan of Aggies Officiates in the Contest Tb El Paao high school stadium this afternoon -was the seen of the third sunt between the C&lumns team an3 ths high school Tigers. Coach Bergnax. of St&te College, N. H., of ficiated In the (mice which was the final and deciding one between the two schools. With the temperature standing1 near the freezing point, the Calamus eleven Ik able to use Its more weight to greater advantage and the Tigers faced a team !mpi red SO percent over the last meeting th-j two - .a. The first game vaa woo by the Cal I'raoi club, 21 ft and the second by the Tigers, 7 to 3 Madison Mudd was field judge of the afternoon, and Lieut. McKay, of the motor transport corps, u mptre Dyer officiated as headllnecman. In Zee land the girl and women all ear full long black skirts, white apa, tiny gold spirals, coral beads :r d aprons. H. MOHR CXT- RATE HARDWARE S S. EJ Fase St- Pkone 431 FREELX)M WINS BIG STAKE IN PHOENIX MEET Victor in Third Consecutive Race of the Fair "When He Captures Rich Derby. Phoenix. Ariz.. Nor. U. Freedom, owned by Rich and Perkins, of Cali fornia, won hia third race of trie State fair meet here by winning the gov ernor's derby, purse $1040, tha clastic of, the meat, Friday afternoon. It waa a running eve-u, a mile and a sixteenth. After a bad start, result ins in a protest by C B. Irwin that hia Myrtle A., which circled the track, had won the race the judges ruled there had been no race, and. after half an hour's rest, another atart was made with Myrtle A. withdrawn. Six horses circled the track almost as a single animal until they approached the finish. Then Freedom, Woody Montgomery and Ray Do drew ahead and in a whipping finish Freedom won by a scant half length, with Woody Montgomery soooira and Ray Do Third. Time, l:4tt: Too trophy, a great garland of roses, waa hung on Freedom's neok. In me first race a Phoenix track record was broken and another was believed to have been shattered in the fourth race. In the first, the quarter mile record was ti seconds. Lady Mack oovered the quarter mile In 22$. with Tick Tack second an Jernie Sack third. The fourth race, ose-half mile, waa won by Joe Blair, with Corn" Cotter second ana muno cnira. irate The prsTloua record was a little uncertain, which accounted far lack of an absolute announcement that the record had Been Broken. ILLINOIS AND WISCONSIN IN BIG J3ATTLE Coach Zuppke's Men Face Most Powerful of Confer ence Elevens in West Chicago. Ill, Not. 1J. Illinois to day faced the turning In Its ltM football schedule, for coach Zuppke's mes! must defeat Wisconsin, one of the strongest elevensrn the western con ference In order to meet Ohio State the following Saturday with a dean slate in the battle -which win de cide the Big Ten championship. Chi cago battled Michigan at Ann Arbor for the first .lime si nee MM today and Purdue played Northwestern at Ev anston, in other conference games. The Illinois-Wisconsin game at Madison gave Wisconsin the advan tage of playing on Its home field. Indiana went out of the conference to lay Notre Dame, while Ohio State i idle. Ohio State and Illinois are each un defeated, with four victories, while Wisconsin has lost to Ohio State. PRETTY MW MARK. Among other things credited to Stanley Coreleekle is that he pitched In his three world's series games an average of but 87 balls to batters per grame. That s a pretty low mark lor the three heats. Tennis Stars Go To Zealand Wl Defend The Davis Cup b. c. T VANCOUVER. V American Davis Nov. It. The IP team left hr tnA.v aboard the steamer Niagara for Auckland. New Zealand, where it wlil compete against the Aus tralian defenders of the famous tennis trophy in an attempt to bring the cup seek to America. William T. TUden. Id. of Philadel phia; Watson M. Washburn, of New York: William M. Johnston, of San Francisco, and Samuel Hardy, also of San Francisco, make up the American team. The first three named will do practically all of the playing In the Davis cop matches, bat Hardy will Stay If It becomes nsasssary. The matches for the Davis cwp wul be played In December. Dates proposed by the Australian Lawn Tennis association and approved hr tH rrnitad stales Ian Tennis as sociation for a tear of Australia by the Americans following the Davis cup matches a tour similar to the one made by the Australians in America in are as follows: January , 14, 15, at Melbourne, against Australia or Victoria. Jan uary M, 11. It, at Adelaide, against South Australia, January 2 28.2. at Sydney, against Australia. Interest In the .coming matches at Auckland, for which the Americans win have some three weeks' time to practice. Is evidenced bv the fact that stands to accommodate 7000 persons are being ereated. The route for the team's return has not been determined, although it is expected that they will be back hi the United States some time In March. Carpentier Strong And Sturdy Dempsey Is Not Much Larger A TEW YORK, Nor. II. Big as Jack ttntlr managers and tn promoter lI . m .-..ll.. 'a VAAAnf MtnfaranM tlasM IftfW 8 Ma 11 Dempsey Is, Georges Carpentier eomnares pretty lavoraoiy witn the champion In slse. When the rival battlers met with FOR SALE FIRST MORTGAGE COMPANY REAL ES TATE BONDS NETTING PURCHASER 8 SECURED BY IMPROVED EL PASO PROP ERTY WORTH TWICE THE AMOUNT OF THE BONDS WE HOLD AND OFFER FOR SALE. e THE FIRST MORTGAGE COMPANY EI Paso, Texas. Real Estate Mortgage Notes Bearing 8$ Interest Tie notes -wbleh the MORTGAGE IXVSSTXKST COMPACT offer, to the pnblle bear S per cent Interest, and are aeenred fey gilt edge 1o2hm made on real estate In "table and good rent- wrodueiBK' sections of Bl Paso TBBSB NOTES ARB AT PAR BXBRY DAT XX TUB TEAR Ample and thororgn protection, for emery Ssvrester Is -the prime aim of the Hortgase Inrestxaent Compear, and this aba Is folly real! red. Oalr able, reputable and experienced men are connected with this laititntlon. and they hare been la the banking a& lareslment business In Bl Paso for the past 38 years. They ksovr the ralne of local real estate, -and make no unsafe loans. They ha-re loaned millions of dollars an HI Paso real estate TrtlboTit loss to an lnrestor. Loans are made by the company on Bl Paso real estate for eastern life insurance -companies to the extent of cne mltUen dollars or mart CTery year. 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Mr. Man: How much rent have you paid in your lifetime? Always some new excase to put off BUILDING Do not. put It off longer and let us advise with you No charge for suggestions. Specify LUMBER from Thede-Sherrod Lumber Co. "A Single Stick er s Carload" " 1806 Texas Street Pkeae 182S recent conference here Jack and Georges stood op together ana Georges coald lock almost straisu: Into Dempsev's eves. There was a difference of height, and that a small one. that marked the contrast be tween them; and Dempsey"s dark complexion and barly bntld from the waist ap also contrasted strongly with Georges's blond complexioiyand more slender Mtlld. Dempsey Friendly. Dempsey smiled like a Ms, friendly boy as ae stood there with Georgaa. He didn't give a hint of the demon he can be In the ring, and after stz lnc Carper tier op be ruaarked: Too are plenty efsr enonsfe. I cant see nny great difference. When we get In there we'll Ofht as hard as' we can. OntsMe the ring; we caa be friends. George smiled that sunny smile of Ms and came right back with.: Teres good, verse gobd. In the ring v do our best to ween. Outside it Is different. We can be friends." And they shook hands. Both fighters are .n pretty geod shape right now. Denpsey has been training aboard the Granite State, a naval training vessel anchored near setn street, in tne rraason river, as boxes there with Bill Tate and Sergt. Ray Smith nearly every day aad he does a lot of road work In Central park. Jask L.oVs Good. He Is plump areead the Jowls, la Jack, bat that's all. His v-aist line la lust what it ahoolBd bs aad he is as hard as nails. His dear eyes and healthy complexion indicate that he has been taking fine care of himself, and when be gets into the ring with Carpentier he wfl be as good as he ever was. If not better, for he nas only attained his full growth and Is somewhat more mature now than he was when he met Willard. Carpentier. quick, catlike aad sinewy, is In good condition, toe. T Freaca enampion. tn street cioues. doesn't reveal the strength that is embodied in his shoulders, arras and legs, but in ring togs no surprises sverrone who has seen him. tarpeacter Is reluralas; to France to be oa hand when the stork visits his home on the other aide, aad will spend tee Christ mas holidays with his family and relatives. He will be ranch in de mand while at his home In Prance for, asvlag signed to battle for the world's championship, he has fulfilled the hopes et his fondest admirers across the pond, end they are legion. Baseball Trouble In Every Decade Beginning with the formation of the original American association tn 1810, professional baseball has been through four upheavals, one every 10 years or so. Ute National league battled with the first American asso ciation tor several campaigns until they got together under the protec tion of the natlsmal agreement. The Brotherhood of Ban Players organ ized their own ctrsnlt ta list and came within an aoe of wrecking the league and the association. But or ganised baseball survived through the clever polities played fey the late A. G. Spalding of Cntcago. A. H. Sodsa of Boston and C H. Bviae af Brooklyn. WHITE AND LEONARD. Chicago. HL. Nov. 11- Charley White. Friday adgnt. announced that he bad been matched for a It round boxing match at Jersey City. N. J, December 18. with Beany Leonard, lightweight champion. Leonard put White to sleeD la the ninth round at Henton Harbor. Men, July t, after Wa.te had outfought the chair ploa fo. mo: o the barue. CIIAM'V BBSTS RBSB. Baltimore, Md, Nov. 11- Johmqr Rose, of St- Paul was no match for George Chancy in their scheduled IX round bout Fridaar nJgttt- Atter receiving a terrible lactag for nsarly six rounds. Rose a euief second admitted and the man from Baltimore was credited with a technical Knockout. tVOULD HE l'I.K 'SK. Wonder If judge LaBdia as Taiga mogul Of the Xaaker commission would make a fine, against a ra behaving ball dub stick as well as he made tout famous tine of t.Maa against TJe stanaara oil company stick? That was a spectacular de cision the good jodge made, but for results, prsn tusn. CHIOAGOAX WJXS TTTTLB. Chicago, Hi, Nov. It. Angle Xleek hefer, of Chicago, former world champion three cushion billiard play er, FTMay nigot won tne first gam in the preliminary round for the na tional ebamrnonaalD. defeating Chas. Morin. of Chicago, f to It, in U In nings. KlscKhefer Bad a high ran. of eight. CHAXP LOSES PDXCH. Camden. X. J Nov. It. Bennr ILeonard. lightweight champion, easily defeated K. O. lAughlte. of Sonth Bethlehem, la a ten round heat Fit day night. Leonard knocked Laagulla across the ring and staggered him several times, bat was unable to put nun out. XOT FAR FROM WRONG. H. J. 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