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Lynch 10 EITHER PAL MOORE OR NEW YORK STAR WILL BE MATCHED fOE LYNCH or Pal Moore will meet I the victor of the Zulu Kid-Dick Griffin bantam clash here Cbrlst n.as Jay afternoon some time during .be early part of January. Plana iv been mide by. Fort Bliss ath-"ti- association officials to obtain ul.T of the two topnotch men for i t- winner of the contest. Griffin has met Moore once and is o TTet him aeain in the near future. Is Ose of Best. H has described him as on of the itverest men he has ever faced and -- desirous of petting: a crack at th .iprpphi Ptii'" Joe Lynch, of w ork -who downed Jack Sharkey In i rounds recently, has won over e'f Herman in so far as a popular . erri.ct was concerned, but has never 1 ten able to get the bantam cham ion into the ring in a city where Vc is ions are allowed. Moore is at nreseni in the pouthw estern country nd is the probable selection as Lynch ii planning- a trip to England to meet Utrnv Wild ajratn. for the 7-nlu Kid. he has mat rich, WilHe. Sharkey, Herman and e'yone Ne o importance in the lantam division and he is not satis rd He wants to meet tpm a pain. XK ritiajr from Khm Cltr, -here sis yrcwat VeodoiiarteTT. are located. The Zala, wfco is of ffalluB birth and a Kfw Yorker. In immt mm fBUt that fee earn beat them mm he ever was a Ml is joyful ia aotietpatlett of frrtttrnjc a rrark at Griffin, wfth wfcom he foaxrfet a 12 rotis- draw several maaths asre In Fort Worts. Grif fla at that time vaetty owt- EAST-WEST GRID GAMES ARE TO BE ENCOURAGED Intersectional Contese Are j Boost to the Game; Ohio- j California Game Coming. I Iiifrnational football is going to ! .-row in i opul&rity from ypar to year b. fore so very many seasons have napsd, it will be possible to se lc a national champion as a resuit f comparative scares. 3 thing-a stand now, with the Big: hr- e in the east and the Bir Ten n ne muldle west playing mostly tmong- themselves and meeting: no ,-ams that can furnish a basis for i.irpansGn. such a thing- is impossl- . - Eut the day is coming-. ..s year there were manv inter--;tin? 'intersectional contests. The .I- e between Harrard and Centre -H Virg-inia, Tale and West Vir ginia Princeton and West Virg-lnia. A: niran and Tulane, Dartmouth and . --'Tipton. Nebraska agrainst Wash-to-i State, Rutg-ers and Penn State Notre Dme against the rniv were (fames that enlivened In- r. in -widely scattered sections. Ohio State-California came at i'-.tde-a on New Yeir day will d L'-hl w.th keen interest, and it ' -,."iscs to be quite a contest. Cali- i"i.a I'as a -wonderfully strong en. It ran all over Waahinpton o.' which tram defeated Nebraska. t,j m Ohio State it will meet the . ..t. ;en tt fhP Hist TV n. Th - rcie mak-ers ; , 'nnceton ana Fotne -enw u. nd once the custom la estabilanea .otbali will profit by it. ' THORPE STILL ON GRIDIRON VETERAN ATHLETE IS NOW A 'PRO' Br SID MBRCBR. N i:tc tork. dc. irlory that was Carlisle's Is dimly rcflpctpd in the hackfield ol Jim "loi-pe's professional team, the Can r.n Bulldogs who played the Buffalo c illection of former col 'ar- at the Polo Grounds re- Thorpe, the foothall marvel, is still '-cirg' opposlnc lines at the agre of " a fall ten years beyond the age tie average college player doffs mo'eskins. Pete Calac, a younger Mian, who achieved his greatest repu ifon after Thorpe's time at Carlisle, BisT Jim's left halfback. Joe Guyon, cntrer brother of Charley (Wahoo) ; on. who costarred with Thorpe, is h fullback. Tncrpe is president of the profes iiai lea&u$ that operates in North . Ohio states, head of the Canton ,un and captain of his team. Aside f nn that he doesn't amount to a jr in professional football. Has X Eadara-tee Tn"-e a-e indications, however, that Pi. Tim ii TMrhine the brittle etace i athletics. He still retains his speed I MATSUDA CONFIDENT OFABIUTY WESTERN STAR IS TRAINING HARD MATTY MATSTDA feels that be wi 1 1 be the possessor ef the welter l title after next Wednesday night when he faces Jack Reynolds, pres ent holder of the title. The little Japanese star is going about his training with a quiet air of confidence ta his ability to win. Wednesday afternoon he assured his -lends that he Intended to go ht and win as soon as possible, as he -pn'M to establish a clear claim to STATE NATIONAL BANK ( pltU Snrplas Profits, f KIMWI).a Interest PaM aa SaTtngs Aeeaaats. r. R. Mereheaa. PreaMeat. Joseph Magafftas, Vtee-PreaMeat. r. . Baasrtt, Vlee-PresWesrt. l.eorge D. Fiery. Ylee-PreaMeat. R. W. Mr fee. Cashier. C. M. Nekeker. Aaetataat Caahler. REDUCTIONS EFFECTIVE U. S. ARMY WOOL BLANKETS, practically w tut snagie eraers.; U. S. ARMY COMFORTS ?L25 A BIG REDUCTION TO WHOLESALE DEALERS ea time Bkn.'. eb urd oa aS ear etaer anay gek. Mail Orders Sficit. Sead MHy Ortkr or CaAier'j Check UNITED ARMY SUPPLY CO. 404 SOUTH EI. PASO STREET 9. J 920. May Box In wefefced The Zala, hat has een sented to make wet for tb east iMe battler. Blefe wHl welich la at 118 pound six hears be fore the contest, whleh will be boat 10 oeloek In the morning. Matchmaker James Erwin. of th , Fort Bliss arena, who is working un der the direct supervision of CoL , 'Francis W. Glover, district adjutant, announced Wednesday evening that work had begun upon the Punch Bowl and that it would be completed with' in a short time. Work Brine Pa-aed. This work is being supervised by Capu K earns, of the Quartermaster corps, an officer who baa had much t experience in the cons traction of box- ' ing arenas. He is providing for Other J exits In order that after the contest 1 the bugs may reach their homes more quickly and in addition the big arena will be roofed from end to end. while .steam boilers will be placed at dif ferent points In order that it be thor oughly heated for the contest, should it be necessary. The match is to be held in the afternoon and if the weather continues to improve It seems that little heating will be nec essary. Cant. Jack Myers, representative of the Fort Bliss officers' club, is also working with matchmaker Erwin in arranging all of the details for the contest. One of the plan proposed by Capt. Myers and which wilt he carried oat is the transportation of fans from the street railway line to the arena In bljr trnefcn. They will be carried back to the cars after the contests WILLIE HOPPE ; EASILY HOLDS ON TO TITLE Champion Billiardet Shows Clean Pair of Heels to All Rivals in Tourney. New Tork. Dec. . Willie Hoppe, .professional billiard champion. tained the li.i balk line title by de feating? Jake Schaefer. of San Fran cisco, 46 to S4 in the fifth rune of the championship tournament here Wednesday. 'Hoppe ran 2it in hi fifth inning and ended the ran in the tenth. Although Hoppe was scheduled to play Walker Cochran, of San Fran cisco, in the final game of the serlas, a defeat could not affect his title as be has three victories and has lost no games, while Cochran had lost two and Schaefer three. , The champion gave the best exhi bition of the series thus far. Hit. run of 119 was marked by perfect open table play and delicate nursing shot along the rails. The ron ended when j the champion missed a dI"ijonJ?S 'cushion rivers" bank. Schaefer had able shots which Bave him little op- P,rmity to g-aUter th. balls and Be, rivMTtt l iosek. ., , . , . , r . . ., Chicago. HI. Robert Canne- ,rr-'VT- v .r r national tnree cuaniou biiu :- plonship. j The foothall.but not the endurance. Only a rew davs agro in me Asnw-wuHwo bauuc Jim failed twice to make his distance within Akron's 15 yard line. Profes sional opponents apparently, have devised ways and means to withstand the assaults of this human battering ram something his college roes sei- ,dom accomplished in the old days. These vrlko have witnessed the attempts tf former stars to Meorae kell, ean readily appreciate what SBprraum Thrpe H. lluriBg the war there was a benefit game played at the Feto Grranda be tween a service eleven and an fall star" team composed of fer aer eoBese headllners. Pew of itte veterawB had been oat ef fetbll for more than four or fire years. They performed brfl llSBtly 1b the flint pxnrter and then ernmpted np frasa laek ef castftftiea. Over the field where he once ca vorted as a member of the Giants and Boston Braves, Thorp romped with his football proteges, a piayrai ircua fellow is Jim as gentle as a grixxly bear. the title. He wanU to meet the rugged any Elliott here m the next match being planned by matchmaker John Mcintosh and feels that he will win that contest, also. Reynolds also continued steady training Wednesday and the scrappy little Cedar Rapids star la in splen did condition. He is still suffering from two bolls, but aside from that is In good shape and believes that he will be In fine trim for his meet ing with Hatsuda. Jack is training with Pste Brown, the husky Houston. Texas, wrestler, who is to meet "Boxcar" Johns at an early date. Brown Is showing considerable prom ise and has many friends who like his work. Farmer Burns may not he able to be behind Reynolds In his match with Matsuda owing to business which th, reteran manager has at home. He at first consented to come, but it Is not yet known whether he will be able to get away or not. NOW ON ARMY GOODS cefer grey; $3.95 EL PASO HERALD SPORTS, RECREATION and OUTDOOR LIFE Somebody is A COLGATE WILL MEET TIGERS NEXTSEASON Two Big Eastern Colleges W3I Resume Athletic Relations When Teams Meet Hamilton, X. T Oee. f. Colgate Is to resume football relations with Princeton next season. The teams vUI meet In the third gime of the season for each on Saturday. October S. at Princeton. Two easy games Till pre cede the Princeton conflict on the Ma roon schedule, it is starea tooay ay , TZ37 ?r,in II 'J g jnell, Rochester and Syracuse mil be '"'Jffi . . rnnceu wa puiim in me season "Blf Weafs -rreat mi- chine downed the Timers o tn one of the leading strucclss of the sea- meet this season wins' to con i flicting dates. The Maroon met Tale, . oz the nig tnree, instead. Cornell and Syracuse will be played at Ithaca and Syracuse respectively, bat the other gajnes are very much in doubt. One thins;, however, is cer tain Hamilton college will not ee met in 1921. Wrestlers Hurt By A Long Fall Mitchell. S. D Dec 9. Bob Bvans, of Sioux Palla and John Karhoun- ! sari, wrestlers, broke through a wia dow in the city ball auditorium ben and fell 10 feet into a standing au- 1 tomibile here Wednesday night, ' Evans suffering a badly lacerated , back. Karhounaari. who landed on top of ! Bvans, escaped with a few scratches, j The match had gone 11 minutes . when the accldeat happened. The 1 pair pressed close to the edge of the I mat when one of the wrestlers an- parently lost his balance and fell through the large pane of glass, dragging his opponent with him. Evans revived shortly after the fall and was taken to a local hospital, where his wounds were dressed. Michigan Has Great Outlook Ann Arbor. .UQch.. Dec. 9. Prospects for a football team in 1921 that will be stronger in nearly every respect than the squad this year are bright at the University of Michigan. The hopes of the Maise and Bine for a team next year that win figure as a real contender for "Big Foot" conference honors are brightened by the fact that a lara-e number of the members of this year's team will be back next fall. Five members of this year's eleven will be lost to the 121 machine. They the captain Angus Goetz. Tad Wie man. Abe Cohen, Jack Perrin and Jack Dunn. Among the seasoned men who will return are Goebel and Cappon, the two ends, Johns, a substitute tackle who is relied upon to fill the place left by (ioeuc; "Duke" Dunne and Wilson, guards, and Ernest Vick. center. 1,EV15KY IS LOSKK. Portland Ore. Dec. 9. Boy Mc- Cormick, light heavyweight champion ox EngJana. receivea tne aecision over Battling L-evinsky. of Philadelphia on a foul in the seventh round of a scheduled ten round bout Wednesday. Up to the seventh round McCormick had a slight shade. The foul was de clared unintentional by Levinsky. WIL.I HOLD TODKXKT. New York, Dec i. Plans for inter national boxing carnival between the leading amateur middle weights and heavyweights of England and the United States, to be held here next month, were completed Wednesday. The place and day are to be announced later by the International Sporting club. TIGERS WONT GO TO PASADENA. Princeton. N. J., Dec 8 Princeton will not accept an invitation to play in Pasadena, Calif-, on New Tear's day, ' according to gossip on the campus here, it is figured the long trip will cut too much in the studies and would also entail keeping the eleven in training for several weeks. L - , n ( weu- i Tot " OM-H- Sa7- rve wei-c Jtew Vbo Trouble - X, tuqivmt we 50 too but IoVhE NICEST LOOK MoTH, HaTTV j WARMEST LITTL.5 WHrVTVS 0r4 f JJijT TftOUBlE- of cTOAl- IM A . 2Tt FLAT no coal I your mmD J - Coal . 7hi5 'Buildup f Zek "eorr!- y mo M0R6- whsm we ) died what uveD iu I . t " n'V 'i &T iO HEAT -Tew YOOR FLV- Oe MAM-I l , COMES -PNEHMOMIA- j HE vTVST aBOOTYouR ..- 1 - MAV-S6 ONLY A SU.L.D Too- " ' VIW I ? 9 ,5 AOM weeK my coal pile f Mj0(V8e , omo- 'tmm Te. llftS T El Paso; Iways Taking "WHrtt. ISIS. N Notre Dame And Ohio Two Best Grid Teams Of West By LITHKK Western and Conference Grid Teams AU-Weetern Teaaa. AH-Canferenec Team. Carney. Illinois End Carney. Illinois End Klley. Notre Dame End Heidi ng. Iowa End Coughlin. Notre Dame Tackle Ooetx. Wchigaa Tackle Huffman. Ohio State Tackle Huffman, Ohio State Tackle Smith. Notre Dame Guard J. Taylor, Ohio .State Guard J. Taylor. Ohio State Guard Brader, Wisconsin Guard Depler, HUneis Center A. Devine Iowa Quarterback Stlnchcomb, Ohio State. .Halfback . Halfback Gipp, Notre Dame Crangle, Illinois . . .Fullback CHICAGO. I1L. Dec. S The football season in the middle west has passed into the "sere and yellow," and the time for naming the gridiron roll of honor, in other word?, pick ins; the mythical all star t-levens, has arrived. Let's g-o. The two best football teams In the middle west were Notre Dame and Ohio state. It is fitting-, therefore that these teams should predominate in the selection of an all-western eleven. The two best teams in the "Bia- Ten" conference were Ohio state and Illinois, hence these teams naturally are the heaviest contribu tors to the all -conference eleven. The above statements are made with no Intent to disparage Wiscon sin, Iowa and Indiana, each of which had fast and powerful elevens. In fact, some critics considered Wiscon sin a better team than Illinois, and it finished higher in the percentage column, but Bob Zupke bossed an eleven that possessed players and elements to make it rank with the greatest In the country. The fact that It fell before a couple of adver saries late in the season in no way detracts from Its potentialities. The machine just slipped a cog, as any machine is likely at times to do. Bad Seleettoa. Paradoxically, we will start at the ends to discuss this all western team that we have selected. Which brings us first of all to "Chuck" Carney, of Illinois. This lad Is a football player from his toes to his thatch, which reaches an altitude of about six feet. He is a marvelous receiver of for ward passes and is rated without a peer in defending his wing. An all star team without the clever "Chuck" would not be an allstar team. Klley. of Notre Dame, ranks very little be hind Carey in his allaround work and Is clearly entitled to fam it with the Illinois crack. On ise all-eoafereace eM Kfiey must be dropped, as Xetrc Dame is outetde the pale f the B Ten. Iseeter Beldfaa;. the raasy ams4as; Jack (rem Iowa, drops Into the vacant Wrth and Carney Is moved over from the all-western. BeMlaa; Hkewte Is a star at arise the elelve fr vrard pass and knows all the tricks that an end needs to knew. Other good ends in the middle west were 'Truck Myers, of Ohio state, who would fit nicely into an all star WHITNEY STABLE A BIGWINNER DISPLACES COMMANDER J. K. ROSS By xtEW TORK. Dec 9 Harry Payne , 1 Whitney heads the list of win ning owners of the 1920 racing season. His winnings will amount to SZOO.OM for the year. In winning the high turf honors this year Whitney wfll displace Commander J. K. L. Ross, of Montreal, who was the lead er last season and the season before, in spite of the fact that the Ross horses won more money this year than they did last year. Ross stable finishes the year with an aggregate of a little under a quarter of a mil lion dollars in earnings. All Stars Hoate Bred. Mr. Whitney has the satisfaction of knowing that the horses that hare put bim on top are homebred. Not one of them came from an outside establishment. They are tht prod ucts of the stud his distinguished father got together In the late nine ties and In the first few years of the present century The Whitney stud is one of the greatest thoroughbred studs in the country today It has so far outgrown the productive ca pacity of Brookdale Farm, which is in Monmouth county. New Jersey, that it has been necessary to establish Pe ter Pan and Broomkstick and many of his mares on one of th subdivi sions of the Blmendorf Farm of the Wilde To M the Joy Out of Tork Triton.. 1- A lll STOV. Depler, Illinois Center R. Fletcher, Illinois. . .Quarterback A. Devine. Iowa Halfback Stlnchcomb. Ohio State. . .Halfback Crangle, Illinois Fullback eleven if It were not for the outstanding- abilities of Carney and Belding; E. Anderson of Notre Dame; Weston, of Wisconsin; Hellstrom. of Illinois, and Strohmeler, af Chicago. Msay Good Tackles. Now the tackles. There was s fine assortment of these lads in the mid dle west this year. In honoring; cap tain Huffman, of Ohio, and captain Coughlin, of Notre Dame, the all western team U lKwvided with a pair of giants who played the game with Intellicenoe and power against a host of brilliant opponents. With Coughlin ineligible for the all-conference team the post g-oes to captain Angus Goetx, of Michigan, who was the mainstay of the Wolverine line and a player of exceptional ability. Wisconsin bad a first class tackle, good enough for any team in Scott, and Indiana had a prise in Rialey, who, in addition to his prowess in the line, was one of the bast drop kick ers in the middle west. Other tackles worthy of mention were Pucelik, of Nebraska: McGulre. of Chicago; Olan der. of Illinois; Birk, of Purdue and Slater, the dusky giant from Iowa. XHekfas; the Guards. In the guard positions there was more of a paucity of good men than in any other department. Manrlee Smith, of Notre Dame. as the one outstanding; wnard of the seaxon. J. Taylor, of Ohio, Is jrlven the second berth because he tss the best of what 1 left. Brader, ef Wisconsin, replaces 4mlth in plekinte the aH-eoafer-enee team fereaase of his ireaeral dependability, rather than far aay brflHaaee. Duke Dunn, of Mtebl jron and McCtaw, of Indiana, are worthy of some mention. There ia only one answer to the I center proposition and that is cap- j tain Johnny Depler. of Illinois. He stands out like a "long- akirt at the Follies. He gets the Job on both the all western and ml conference outfits, i Nemecek. of Ohio, and Bunge, of Wis- ' consin, are good centers but they lack the finish that made Depler one of the best men in tfco country. Many Pine Quarters. Quarterbacks of class were as plen tiful in the middle west as icicles in the Arctic Naming the winner for the all star team is a difficult Job. Because of his forward passlaK .ability and his bsaefc of running: vith the ball Aubrey Derlae, of HEK. late James Ben All Haggln in Ken tucky. The Whitney establishment of 1920 has developed no outstanding; stars sneh as Artful vras In 1894, or Bursroiuastcr xnut la IMS. or CHa vras In 1007. or Man e War was In 181 and again la 18C6. It has been merely an establish ment of jrood useful horses. As regards earnings, the season of 1920 was far and away the best Mr. Whitney's stable ever has known. In ls04, when his horses raced under the silks of the late Herman B. Duryea because of the death the preceding December of his father. Mr. Whitney led American horsemen in winnings. But his earnings that year were only 1200.17. With Whisk Broom as Its star per former, the Whitney stable led again in ma, but that was one of racing's leai an years and WhisK Broom ana nis aoie companions only earned $55.- stai 000 And the credit for the remarkable winnings of the Whitney stable must go to James Rove, the trainer. In the old days when he was with James R. Keene, Rowe did no more than train horses. But since 1913, Rowe ha hen the director of both the breeding and the racing enterprises of Harry Payne Whitney. Life - - ByBnus BIKE RACING SLOWS UP ON C T V IT T AD J1A 111 i-.ni i . Brocco and Coburn Continue to T FJJ. rUo- rnftoer For Second Place. New Tork Dec 9. The relative po sitions of the contestants in the six day bicycle race in Madison Square Garden remained unchanged at 11 oelock Wednesday night, the 71st. hoar. Broceo and Coburn were load ing the field with 1.178 miles and six laps to ineir creoii. me woww Persyn combination and the Van Hevl- j Vandenhurgh were tied for second , place, a lap behind. The record for the "1st. hour is 1449 miles, six laps, i made in IS 14. At 1 t m.. the T3rd. hour. Brocco and Coburn were still leading with 1212 miles and seven laps. The De- baets-Persyn teem was a lap behind and the other teams, wrth the ex ception of the Suter Brothers anJ Grimm and Vandiveie. tied with 1S12 miles and 5 laps. The Suter brothers team was a lap behind the field and Grimm and bis partner two laps be hind. The record for 73 hours. 1487 miles, five laps, was made in 1914 by Go u let and G rend a. E. W. McDevitt Will Head Northwestern D. . Dana Evans. A,Zr .'.'.uSE Nr.r' university favors tne retention or Elmer W. McDevitt football coach for 181. With the student bofly. faculty and alumni praising- coach McDevitt for his work in building th. 1!0 foot hall team, director Evans smcsested to the faculty athletic committee that : McDevitt oe tenaerea anouier con i tract. The faculty committee sent I its recomraandation to president Wal I ter Dill Scott and It is probable that j Northwestern's coach of this season will be reengaged under a contract covering" several years, i Of the 18 football men who were awarded the letter this season, only I one will be lost by graduation, and - v. . T.imi. fans an lookiasr forward to next season with confidence. 1 -Jack" Hathaway, the flrhtlnsT cen- ter. was unanimously elected captain ' of tne 1921 squad. ; Iowa. Is picked for tbe all western berth. Derlae la a rare player and a clever field general. Bob Fletcher, of IIHnets. outrank De vine in Jnat one particular. Fletch er's handling ef his team Is un canny. As FteMIng -H. Yt said of him. ae never does anythlag wrong. Devine Is net a nnmb kull at handHne his tram by any mean. honver, and In nieehanl ral ability he excels Fletcher. It will later, be explained why Kleteher gets the qnarterbaelc job oa the all conference eleven. Ranking only a step behind De vine and Fletcher Is "Hoge" Work man, of Ohio. Workman la probably the best of the. three at hurling for ward passes and his long heaves were a potent factor in the success of the Ohio team this year. But Workman is not the field general that Fletcher and Devine are and lacks the finish that Mitties with exnerience. Next year he should give them all batUe. Brandy, of Notre Dame: Maura, of Indiana: captain Arnaton. of Minne sota, and Davey. ot Wisconsin, are other good quarterbacks. Stellar Halrhaeka. Gipp and Stlnchcomb. Boy. what, a pair of halfbacks these youths pro vide for the all western! Gipp Is prob ably the greatest halfback In the countrv this year. He can run with the ball around the end or plunge through the line, he can heave for ward passer a yard or a mile as the occasion demands: he can boot the ball over for a drop kick anywhere ahead of -the 30 yard line, and his punting Is a delight to all who see It Stlnchcomb is only a shad, behind Olnn in hla ability to carry the ball and he owns a wise little noodle that made htm the real brains of Jack Wllce's championship outfit Copy right 19!" by International News Service. RACEHORSES TO HKTIRR. New Tork. Dec 7. E. K- Bryson has decided to retire Bellrtnger and Ha ran until next spring. They win be seat to Perryvllle. Md. Bryson has decided to race Philippic until the middle of February, wlrvn he will be, retired to eet Herman 'BRITISH CHAMP AND . T 1 T X XT fTT A ' I V AMbKlUAiN MEET IN By TOM S. rn srinrEF Wis.. Dec. 9. Jimmj iv! Wild. Britiah flyweieht ehamp 1,1 ionIf th world. Is nndertaklns; a pretty stiff proposition for the first two months of 121. m asreelns to D.t. H.rmtn chamoioll ban tamweight of America, daring; Jan- -j Tmr-lr Rtiarkev. one .7 .r ..T. f the United Ht.iM dnrinar February. The date of the Wilde-Herman match has ben set for January IS and not. the Hth as orl-inaly utren out. while the date of the Soarkey-W.lde match is set for February IJ both contests to be decided at the White City ball. London. Ter Are DWferent. The terms of both matches are de cidedly different from what was first screed when Charles B. Cochran had Wilde sisned to meet Herman. Ia the ntnlek vfttfc champtaa Herman the Ha-htera will wk ea a pereealajre t the pnne le hone up. the waaaer l set ea pereeat and the Wser 4 pereeat. and W-S8 la case at a dram. The amennt af the perse tm net stated, hat ft is smderstssd as he arewHl fiayOOA. The weisht b ta be 118 pounds rtagiWIe. the " men tm be ready to -proceed with the easiest within fifteen aateate after welcaiac la in the Wilde-Sharkey match the terms of splitting- the parse will be the same as in .the match with Her 1 man- and It Is understood the parse ! win ran around the $t.Ae mark, with WALT CALDWELL VISITOR HERE;; AWAITS BOUT i Middleweight Scrapper Has Offer From Dallas; Would j Meet Johnson. El Paso is at present be ins; maie the home of a fast, scrappy middle j weight boxer named Walt Caldwell. ! who. having met some of the best ; boys or the -aemc coast, is anxioua. to try his mettle against Eddie John- . . I wa- vl Caldwell has been training daily and is awaiting the receipt of a mes- sage closing for a contest at Dallas, i Texas, with Jack Reese, of Los An- eSe wma originally stated to box !ta lightning Harry Grab, but it be- came ncessarr for the Dallas nro- j moters to change their plans at the i last moment, as it was found im possible to obtain the services of Greb. DISTRICT CHAMPS GET BLOWOUT TO MEET BILLINGS TEAM SUNDAY YOUR .remarkable athletic ac-. compliaaBcnt in winning the footsflsaBBrrhampioiiship of the military disenct you have revived the morale of the base hospital unit and , created an esprit d orps for the or- tranixation to strive to maintain In 1 the future." I So Cot W. R. Eastman, commander 1 of the base hospital at Fort Bliss told the members of tho championship Among those called upon bv toast football eleven of the organisation master Simons for talks during th Wednesday night while they were ( evening were: L.eut. J. C McKean. of guests at a get togeth-r banquet or the members of the hospital unit la honor of the winning eleven. Kverr man and every nurse that could possibly be spared from the big base wher the sick and injured of the district are cared for attended the banquet and at the end gave three cheers for the team and three for their com- , f to'lYD.,., i b.n,u t. a fltti. d. Col. East- . , .k. h:X7. Niles. coach of the Hospital team for his services in aiding the Hospital team to victory during the year. Were Maay onartaelea. "Only those who tri-d so hard to put into tbe field a winning football team knew of the obstacles seeming ly unsurmouB table which have been overcome in Its organization," CoL Eastman said. "The spirit of the ergantsatloa Jias been raised to a pitch, H has never approached before. TVe Members ef tbe Hoapital Oanxasd aatlon appreciate the efforts of the team aawtnM tfrmeadoas odds dariag tbe entire season and had It not been for tbe loyal co operation of praetleaHy every member of the orsmaftastlon It Is doubtful H such n great success would have been attained." Lieut. E H. Simons was toastmaa ter cf the banquet and being mean of ficer of the detachment had under his care all of the details for the big Teed" which several hundred en joyed. There were many honor guests besides the team at the banquet, and these Included CoL Eastman, many members of the nurse corps, manager Jack McDonald of the Calamus dub, and all of the officers of the organi zation as well as others a ho enjoyed the roast turkey, stewed corn, cran berry sauce, baked sweet potatoes and grapefruit salad as well as they did the atmosphere of the banquet which was chuck full of enthusiasm over the success of the Hospital team. Mlea Is CempHmented. Lieut. John Nlles of the engineer corps, star backfleld man and eoac1 of the team, was- presented with a handsome traveling bag by the of ficers of the organisation In appre ciation of his efforts during the son I won. He responded with a few words of appreciation and told of the operative spirit of the Hospital team members daring 'he year without which, ha said, success was impossi ble. The team seared a fatal at 1.1 points to a fatal af X by Hs ap. paneats during the tmy leame CHRISTIAN BTTKRY CO. DbtrJastars sad Hcrrlee Statsm GU ARANTEED TWO TEARS Tbe IsWfNt PtrsngMt Brttwty X Service Station eomptets sad eon veolsnt whore yea caa aavo rear bat tiT inspected frse. This mesas say man of batten AH asakee rechsrsd and repaired. Se us wnsa roji hava BATTKRT TROUBLE 401 Vltb) St. Cer. Knns, TH. SsM s9ftJPtsaTmsjwSifc By "Bud" Butherford 1U ENGLAND iDftKWS. an arfdItfoR&l j;0rt o harkey anil nis manac-r for np. ' The wejjrj: or this mlrb will he U ponnds rmrside. to be fightinff ithln 15 min utes aftr weignine tie , rrevailed in the match ' ,te WW. and Shar'-.7 when the ! -ted befor. the Cream City Athletic club of Mil- , the cream wankee, a yt ar ago. I On the Gnwmd Both Her-an anJ S-ar!.ey are t. be on the -Tnd C ''iyn or mart vrior to the i-"ae -stch. Herman 's booked to frr Trsland on De cember ( or lot, and ?harkey ia ex pected to ml low "hrntir afterwards although he may nVeMe to so by th same boat. The matches -ire to V -'ag-ed under the direction of a jvpt-ate headed ot R. E. IRabe) We''', formerly n( St. Louis. Mo. Tam wn fce a rhaatplMaUp at stake a bath HerasM aad WiMe wlH be abare the flywrlaht limit, and Wilde, skaaM he de feat Herman, eaaaat well elalai the baataawetefct title, as Jl Hsnwts h ckaiaplaa baatam at Rastead. Mhsuld WIMe beat Her man be sabcht claim the warM- bantamweiKht title, bat still he knM net be ebamplaa af 6m Bitriaa aad that waaM kaaek stn kb etoha ta warM champiaB. The asily way be raaM clear ssatten waaM be ta fbrht Hlszwa and them- aaaia he wnM bare la beat LcDaax af France, wba babsa the tHIe. ALEXANDER MAYMAKETHE ALL AMERICAN Syracuse University Star Is Candidate For Honors on Premier Team. Syracuse. N. IVc. J. Je Alex ander, Syracuse university gridiron .rack, will decorate the AH-American eleven for a third consecutive year j unless all existing; dope goes by th noaros. Syracuse university atmem ; officials stated. Alexander is the su- nerman of the Orange team. He t graduates from the Hill m June, tas- I ing an M. D. degree. waiter Cxmo pirked .Alexander on f 1918 and 191 tor hi ah -American ' team, placing him it guard. Th ed the forme' Syracuse captain Vj center. Alexander played brtiliantlv in every game, but especially o against Pitt and Colgate. Should Camp again name Alexander his rec ord of three consecutive years In two positions will be unequaied .n col legiate football. aesredale and dM not tote one atmaoa. un to meet the th day aftf rassa It I atWtfly BOttaga In at Rio Graade park at X oetoek. The Hi! that team have the credit of one victory over the Baoe aaa;aatWa. sad each Seasa baa trats-d fattttfally for ta aeeoad cfstffi. j the football squad, quarterback Smit! Lieut Niles. Care Grainer. detach Capt. ment commander of the Bcspltal unit Lieut. Johnson. MA Charles Tainte and MaL J. J. Mannigar Btscinrs wix match. Chicago. Ill . Dec. 9 Stanislaus Zhysxko defeated Jick Taylor nf Cksper. Wyo.. In th-.r wrestling match here Wednedav night. Zbysxk- won by straight fall: "For Him " Nothing would please htm more or would be nsore ac ceptable than one of Swaa .oo's suits or overcoats. A -4ft that is a work of art as -. eB as practical. tailors to Partifnlar PeopL SWANS ON THE TAILOR Wootfnd r. 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