El Paso Morning Times (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. 36TH YEAR, Ed. 1, Monday, May 22, 1916 Page: 4 of 10
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EL PASO MORNING TIMES MONDAY MAY 22. 1916.
VILLAREAL STEPS TO ANOTHER VICTORY;
SEVENTH INFANTRY FAILS BEFORE CLERKS
fNaritjes Rally to Com With Grand End Rash Seventh Inning and
Defeat Krackajscets Morning Game Beat of Day Find
Fold mans Weak hi Hitting Department.
OKCK MOItK J nan Rnmn the stocky Bltle stable Item of the mlor-
heai i'i s r the Walaer 4 lux sent hl crack dusky stepper SB tlio ki
ud onoe more asid creek (lanky stepper brecenri to hu Held to win
under snug pull frnai the fled fleM known urn the Fetriman teem of
the Commenial league circuit. Yen. It wan Vlllnreal. Villareal oneo
again who with grand. Hn-ns-ilay rapport Imm IiIh double four of
teammate who drilled In home In ml vanee of the Pliotoamphem In
the opening (ame at Itlo Grande park yesterday morning. 4 to I. The
nmr was the one beat bet of the day
MM official floorer Com. Ha wa
right. 80 waa Juan when he pre-
dicted Saturday night that ahould he
aend the kinky-headed twlrler to the
"well" once more he waa certain the
leader would take Just "Juan" more
set of brackets before allowing the
trailers to make up any of the gi-
gantic gap exlating between the pace-
makers and those In the ruck In the
Commercial flag chase.
The flrei of the afternoon gsmes
which called the Beventh Infantry
FAX AND FIGGERS
Into action against Everybody went
to tne latter by the score of 7 to 6
The last claah found the Purities
on the long end of a (-6 count
against the Krackajacks.
SUPERSTITION XKVEIt BOTHERS
That morning gsme was the talk
of the fans shout town last night
and the general conversation centered
around the wonderful bitting ability
of the Mexicans who gathered It
blngle. and victory to five for Fsld-
mans and defeat. Thirteen 1 an un-
lucky number for all players when
they happen to be on the short end
of the count. Superstition never
bothers a winner!
In the battle the Photographers
stole away with a nice lead of two
counters in the deuce period when
Tatum hit a alngle to center and
Roberts followed with a double.
Evan sacrificed scoring Tatum with
Roberts going to third and scoring
later on a wild pitch. Oallego
whiffed and Carlson popped to Me
The first of the third Inning saw
the Mexicans uncork a portion of
their reserve" hitting pep to rap out
a quintette of hit that netted three
talllea and put them in the van. P.
Mesa flew out to Tatum and Carrn
drove to right. Then Carplo copped
a circuit clout to the canter field
fence which was the cue for the
Dancers to make haaly exploration of
the straight and narrow path lead-
ing homeward. The light waa in the
window the latch-trlng was out and
the runnsrs were soon in. Münjarec
then sent a two-aacker . to right.
Medina singled. Villareal sent one
soaring over the keystone station
and Mtnjares galloped aero the
pan. This waa where Carlson locked
the stable door screwed down hi
weather plate and whipped an as-
sortment of his best over the piste
that spelled retirement for the side
. when Ranches and Qomes went down
like a flock of duckplns when Joe
Bryan makea a firm -ball "mark."
a a a
GENERAL RIX GENERALIZES;
Birr. STRATEGY PAILS.
General Rlx commandeered all hi
forces went Into mystifying sign
language talk and played well
enough to overcome the lead of the
opposing team but lacked In telling
binglea; therefore the runs were njt
forthcoming. The. Camera men
failed to make a register until the
In the meantime the Dancers In-
dulged In a stinging batfeat but only
one score resulted coming in the
Both Labrado mid Mea singled' to
le followed by Carro also with u
firal-statlon hit. A hit by Carplo
ant Labrado home with what later
proved the winning counter. Mln-
jarez poked one over near the middle
atatlon. Skipper I ; 1 v was on his toen
to make a successful stab pulling
it down lo cut Mesa off at bom
Medina popped one to Roberts who
did a Dervlsher dancs while the ex
plorers neninpered back to their
baaea. Villareal put a stop to
suasion by going down Rvuna
From here on Carlson relied prin
cipally upon the mysteries of hi
píucr and allowed only three hit In
us many innings
Evan new man at second for
Rix. played a heady game for- 1
youngster and was "Johniiy-ou-the
Spot" from first to final gun.
All attendance records for morn
ing gamea for the season were
The big nolae of the bsttle from a
tandpolnt of fielding was the sen-
sational catch by Second Heaeman
MiiOarex when he dove deep Into the
sand for Hnelllng' grounder and cut
sund for Snelling's grounder and cut
off a poaslble score by Brelsh.
i: l ltYBODYH1 Kin MM RALLY
mh I I HI s hit k .l ks
it was a one-two-t hree-and-out
grind in the opener of the afternoon
(ame with the Seventh infantry go-
ing up against the Clerks The last
half of the third found the soldiers
hitting their slugging stride. When
the smoke of the bombardment for
.that section cleared away there wars
three talli. e to the credit of the army
aen. An apparently safe lead at
last Mute ..f tn. k. urn hut minus
about tliut number and the end of
To annex the tuple r.Kister. Steels
draw a walk utter Duncan struck out.
Myers hit to enter ami Lieiiarr
grounded out 1 Hunemi. Ijarrett
Un across win u bom run drivs
that soot the lull ban up against
tits left field fenu. Sheridan
grounded out to Bunson.
Here's where the Clerks found a
t-bolos assort men I of hit of the over-
stock variety and succeeded tn net-
ting rid of them aalr-dsy style forth-
with. In exchange for the hits they
gathered an entire quintette of
Tad Bran o drove a long high fly
to DsBarr and it hit the nt De.
mour drove to left and Viaher fol-
lowed suit with a grand throe-baa
to tas earner garden. Cunning
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GIANTS STARTLE BALL FANS WITH GREAT RUN
Big Six Rounds Into Shape With Other New York Pitchers
McGraw's Crew Averages Ten
Hits and Five Runs for Battles
of Week Just Ended.
I'.irliv 1. Kraraalaik
Purity . Kraosalsek ft. Ilnuhlr bla
lo rranrh. Wlln SMI Marrarh 1.
saw 1.43. I'mplriv LorU. Acarsr. Com.
when sti-.-l. made flrat as the bats-
man's grounder sifted through Brown.
The big firm baseman took second
as Myera funned. Barrett struck out
Sheridan tried hard for a long drive
and fouled several. Stasis all ths
while whs teasing Fisher with a long
lead from second and finally Fisher
bit and threw to got the out. The
ball went wild and Steele went to
third to later beat the bal home on
the throw-In. Lawrence worked to
third In ths meantime and came
across whils the Clerks were gath-
ered around the ball In the party ar
rangement Just bsck of third bae.
Hherldan struck out.
The seventh Inning found Allen
hulling for Hunter. He mlascd. Law-
rence landed on first while Sheridan
Juggled ths ball at short. Lyman
struck out and Brann singled to cen-
ter scoring Lawrence. Seymour hit
to Sheridan and the shortatop threw
wild to Steels whlls Brann worked
to third. Fisher hit another to
Sheridan and he fumbled once mors.
Brann scored. Cunningham failed to
connect aa did ths Beventh In their
half of their last chance end ths
Clerks took ths decision 7-6.
a a a
NOIBK. HITS RUNS
ANO KHKOK8 PEAT I' RE.
Errors hits and plenty base run-
ning featured ths final encounter
with the Purities coming out of ths
fray with ths scalps of the heavy
hitting Krackajacks at their belt. -5.
The Baker managerial tun c out-
(Continued on pags five.)
By A woo! a ted Press.
Now York May 11. Setting
a major league record for the
season for straight i Irtorlrn. the
New York National league team
had on Saturday pushed Its way
from last placet to tito top of the
sex ond division and only a few
gumea now separate the Giants
from the league leadership.
For the week Juat ended the Olant
made an average of ten hits and five
runa a game for aix games. Ander
son Benton Perrltt and Hathewaon
have apparently rounded Into ahape
thus lifting a load from ths shoulders
of the Olant hitters. Knhcrtson
Doyle Fletcher and McKechnie hit
hard and opportunely during the
Brooklyn did little better than
break even on the week' work but
remained In first place although
threatened by Boaton In mid-week
The league leaders lost two 10-ln
nlng games during the week and won
an 11 -Inning contest.
The work of Philadelphia ha Im
proved and ths league chumplona
moved from fifth place lu second
The injury to Bancroft apparently
did not break up the winning com
blnation. Boaton played poorly win
nlng only one game. St. Louis
dropped six gamea out of seven und
fell from fourth place to seventh.
JOHNSON FALLS BKFOHE
INDIANS' M It. Il l V WAR CLUBS
In thje American league. Cleveland
ana wasniugion kept up ineir pre
vlous good work. The Indians made
It two straight victories from N
York and then broke Washington's
winning streak by defeating Walter
Johnson and his teammates
Waahlngton took the entire series
of four gamas from Detroit. Nsw
York broke even In two games and
Played a sensational lt-innlng 2 to
1 tls with Detroit on Friday. Harry
Coveieakle pitched ths 16 Innings for
Detroit whlls Culiop and Bhawkey
divided ths box work for New York.
Splendid fielding msrked ths con-
test. Ths tls game with New York
was the nearest ths Tigers ap-
proachsd to victory. The injury to
Frits Mulsel. who auffered a broken
collar bone Monday which will keep
him out of the game for a month. Is
a blow to ths Yanksea.
Philadelphia and Si Linns played
(Continued mi page five.)
WESTERN AMATEUR GOLF ENTRIES CLOSE
JULY 5; FORMAL PROGRAM NOW READY
By Asattx-iated I'M.
4 iitcaao. IB. stay HO. Entrlea for the Western amateur golf cham-
liluiwhlp wUl close on July 3 It was anuouiMMxl UmlgLl by K. Hoover
Bunkard. secretary of the Western iolf assocUUon. who Issued the for.
mal pnagrasa of the tournament to both Unas of the rtetWaoate Golf and
( ouittry dan alai y 17-U !'ia tor the ctuuupkMiaoip will atari on Mon-
day. July IT wdtfa aa etliuiiiiMhm round of IS bolea medal play. The
s who snake sjss ssweat acore In this round will play Id atore hole on
Tueadsy the best aceras for the i
holes to quality tor in nisi pucaine ueiorig. rawing for the
und of maten piay at t huía. ; elimination round on Monday would
Tuesday afternoon- The second tl 1 be according to handicaps so that
"in lualtty (or uti prssgnn i i up iijrjr raieo irom scratch
or Grantland Rico
MATSON HIGH GUN
OVER CAPT. HARDY
Local Man Breaks 86 of 100 Shot
At While Expert Scores 85;
R. E. Allan Ties.
There was a good crowd on hand
at ths Pass City Oun clnb ground
yesterday to witness Captain Hardy
of Denver In expert shooting stunt
snd In competition with local gun
aars against ths blus rocks.
H. N. Matson who I going In hi
best form right now csme out of the
line with "kills" to hi credit
against (5 for both the Denver man
and R. E. Allen out of 100 thrown.
V. B. Andrea topped all shooters
In the doubles hy getting It of 24
E. K. Mohler waa second with 18.
. A. Jithnaten.
flhelton. . . .
B 1. Latluiar. .
II. R. Simia..
asr 100 60
a 4. sm
F. W. assfaa
a O SDoe
H. Owalsr. ..
V. . Andraaa.
E. K. Moilw.
W. A. MrKaa. .
I. A. manual..
Perform at Roswell
Special to the Morning Times.
RosweU N. M.. May SO.
Some excellent score were made
by the participants in the first
registered tournament of tne year
given by the Roswell Gun club.
There were several out-of-town
men here for the shoot among them
being ssveral professionals. Ths top
Shot At Sraks
K 1. Montan (Prof.) IBs 1x2
a a Mortia Hi in
W. V. Cobb (Prof.) 1U lfi
Df. T. 1- Pssnon l5 1(1
U A. Stanton (Prof.) lis lit
W. C. Dssvsr Its ll
BALIiADB OF Till . T. It. TWINS.
PYRUS RAYMOND and Teddy R. ; reprinted from five years ago to show
a how rutile Tims Is against this pair.
Knock them a much aa you will
Rap them as hard as you may:
Hammer the anvil until
Both of their names are frappe;
Call each a swell-headed Jay
Cocky and chesty and quick;
But whan you've dons with It say
"Thess T. R.'s are there with the stick."
Say they are out for ths thrill
(Jiving the grandstand a lay;
Trying to top-line the bill
Each in hla whlrl-i-gig way)
Trying to asw up ths fray;
Peg if you care to the brick;
But whsn you are through with It say
"Thess T. R.'s are there with ths stick."
Cheer when they come to a spill;
Jasr at them day after day.
Lay out their pathway uphill.
Call them conceited pause;
Each time they try to get gay
Bios if you will with a kick;
But whsn you'rs dons with It say
"Those T. R.'s ars there with ths stick."
Stsp np and wallop ths whey
Out of ssch poss that they pick;
BUT when you're through with It say
"Thess T. R.'s ars tbsrs with THE STICK."
TO SHOW ths Intrepidity of your correapondent. ws havs signed up a match
a to meat Frsnk Moran. Hut the battle will ha fouarht on the aolf course
niblick at II paces.
I'LL BET I can hit that pill" aays Charles Francis. Whereupon ws made
i him a wagsr that hs will find it easlsr to hit ths Jaw bonss of Jess Wll
lard or Jack Dillon than the non-resisting globule ot guttapercha built in
such elusive mold.
B. F. Otsaas
X. P. MaJona lis 171
W. P. Saundara 1(1 171
H. B. Mrrl '. l5 1st
I. O. Waathsrly in 171
C T. Monujoraary .IBS 1M
The thres Interstate trophies given
in a spsclal event were won by W. P.
Saunders first; E. P. Malone Becond
and J. Q. Weatherly third.
BLUE RIBBON EVENT
FOR FILLIES NEXT
Kentucky Oaks Dated for Satur-
day Holds Attention Breeders
and Owners of Country.
TIA JUANA ENTRIES
-Baos rami ta st Tta
t first raes flva and ma-half furlnnsa: Daflnlta
lot. won; Bad Proapsot 111. aacond; Ths Shrimp
10. third i
flaronrt race five snd nne-lialf furlangi: Misa
Plalilar 10S won; Dill Mina lot. aacond; Vlmola
Third rae ais furlona: Bobsrt Laa lit won;
She'll Do 103. aacond; Violet 107. third.
Fourth race all furlonfe: Furious 111. won;
t Mehdl 111 asaond; Bueetdate 111 tabd.
Fifth rana one mile: Dlsdl 111 won; Itrkl 111
aacond; Oano 1M. bird.
Bula rece ase mile: tinw i won; mee ivi.
Hrraiihea: Marie Coahlll. Tallow Din. Honey Cut.
tftndioTn byUnden won the stake
Special to the Morning Times.
IionlSTille Ky.. May 11. The
Kentucky Oaks the classic race
for it-yrar-old fllllc on the
American tnrf will be ran off on
Ratal-day May ST. tho clearing day
of the present race meeting at
Churchill Downs. The event this
season carries $2on In added
money of which $600 goes So
the wound and KSOO to the third
home. This i the 4snd running
of this fixture. It being as old aa
the Kentucky Derby having first
been run off in IH75. and in all
the year since It has never bad
The Kentucky Oaks adds as much
luster to the winner in turf history
aa falls to the honor of a victor in
the Kentucky Derby. Ths event takes
Its nams from the English Oaks at
Kpsom and Its winners like those
of the fsmoua British event have in
many Instances when retired to the
stud proved wonderful producers
and are on the average ths most
sought after brood maree of thslr
age year after year.
a a a
AMI ItH 'AX DERBY WINNERS
FROM OAKS CHAMPION.
Many great fillies have earned
Kentucky Oaks honors and as a re-
sult become by breeder as regarded
of almost priceless vslus. The first
Kentucky Oaks was won by Vinai-
grette a daughter of the famous
Vandal. The nsxt one to gain hon-
ors was Necy Hals which was by ths
immortal Lexington. Pellets by imp.
Phaeton won the event In 1877 and
Belle of Nelson by Hunter's Lexing-
ton and a sister to the dam of the
great Tenny took the race in 1878.
I. la lit una Ii. by John Morgan won the
race In 1879 and Longitude by
Longfellow captured It in 1880. In
1881 the winner waa Lucy May by
imp. Buckdan and then 1882 and
1881 two daughtsrs of King Alfonso
triumphed in the race they being
Katie Creel and Vera respectively.
Modesty by War Dance and the only
filly winner of the American Derby
won the Kentucky Oaka in 1884 and
then LUzle Dwyer another daughter
of King Alfonao captured the race in
1885. In 1886 Pure Rye by imp.
Billett won the event and in 1887.
Ten Penny by Ten Broeck was the
winner. In 1889 Jewel Ban by imp.
King Ban captured the stake and in
1890 English Lady by Miser won
the race this great mare producing
English Lad in later years. In 1891
Miss Hawkins by Imp. Billet won the
event and Miss Dixie a daughter
of Hindoo took ths race In 1892. In
1893 Monrovia by Strathmore won
the stake and In 1894 Sellka by
Alarm captured ths classic. The
winner in 1896 was Voladora by Vo-
lante and the mighty Souffle by Imp.
Rayon D'Or next won the race her
victory being followed up in 1897 by
White Frost a daughter of Iroquois
the only American bred winner of
the English Derby and St. Lea-er.
First National and Rio
Stale Bank Teams Winners
The Flnt Mstlonat bank teim defeated
the City force. Ths Hio-State handed a
terday. to o. The feature or the game was
the work or Johnny Andreas is baekilop ror
the n iv force. The Hio-State hanili'd a
S-8 defeat to the Texas-Commercial. Brown
of the Commercial proved s sensation is a
heavy hitter knocking out two noine runs.
Batlerles: First national Crntetier and SB entries and the ellaibles embrace
Belfer; (jlty Natlnu.-evin practically the very beat 3-year-old
Texss-commerrlal I.eech snd Farmer. '
in 1898 and Rush by Wadsworth.
won ths Oaks in 1899. In 1900 Etta
by Falsetto took the stake and since
that date the winners have in turn
been Lady Schoor Wain-a-Moinen
Lomeo. Audience Janeta King's
Daughter. Wing Ting Flla-A-Dale
Florea! Samarla Bettle Sue Flam-
ma Cream Bronsswlng and Water-
bloaaom. 41 a a
LEXINGTON ASHLAND OAKS
WINNER CERTAIN STARTER.
This season the Oaks closed with
Ileum Takes Auto Derby.
fillles now in training. Among the
probable starters in the stake this
spring ars Mandy Hamilton winner
of tne Ashland Oaks at Lexington
Wednesday. July 1.
us front Toesday's
round wUl play tat second
...... '"""'"- ; round will nlay
ajpsawaaasi an riort u hlea lia third round at 8
waw aaaae to caicn iiraim at home. WT Thursday while
but ths latter beat the ball Bunsoa ' líWJ?ft "''wTdav
and Fiatier and ti.. .Mmi. win
iver msdala TM H-noi con
Bast a twe-bagger
sWsaonr galloped home
reached first ea a dead bail
faenad Sad Lawrence sent on to
right field te acora B u neon ar.u
Brown. IsasraSaMS) Stole sccuad. L
mea whiffed and ths period of bom
lesrdssent waa ovar. i i the Clerk
two taUlas to ths gassd.
la "XMrfm'"KFmt ut
la the ftftii. tassjr id taw seam
ihe chajnatoashlp win ink.
on Saturday the wtnnsr to
- a gold medal and take to hi
the Gorge H Thorns troohy
one Vsar The runnel
got a trophy.
t Is announced tlkS sntrl
at be mads
.. of tl.
viBggS ths a
four would bs paired togethsr ihoas
from firs to seven handicaps to-
gether and thoss from eight to sTsvsn
from thtf batch Experience has
shown the secretary said that thoss
player who ahoot ths best gulf
falter whsn mstched together and
that Play is slower when a scratch
man Is playing with a golfer whoso
handicap Is a dossn strokes.
The 81 playee In ths sllmlnstlon
round who finish nsxt below the 64
remalatag In the championship will
le pairad for the vlce-prsaidtnf CUD
Ths II leasts lu ths first round of
the praatdstit and tbs vlc-prai-i.
nt's oap c.iiusta will play for con-
way ws would Ilk to go on record aa endorsing ths business acumen of
John D. Rockefeller. It 1 also our humble belief that Ty Cobb can hit and
that Shakespeare waa s flrst-claaa writer.
BIG PITCHING YEARS.
HFHAT IS considered a big average number of games for s pitcher to work
in through a season?" queries H. O. P. Rounding up an avsrags Is no
Imple task but ths high-run seasons of leading pitchers might offer sums
11ns on ths subjsct.
Mathswson's hardest season was In ltl. whsn hs took part In 84 game.
Hla nsxt fattest campaign was in 1914 whsn he took part In 41 games.
Mathewson has pitched In to gamea or mors nine of his II seasons.
Ed Walsh was the long-distance king of them all. la till Walsh took
active part la 4)1 games nsarly halt ths battles fought. It Is noteworthy
that In 1811. ths two years Mstty and Walsh did thslr greatest work ths
Giants and Whits Box wsrs both beaten out of ths pennant by on game
in 1911 Walsh took part in 86 games and hs tolled in gamas la 1911
No wonder he psssil out aa a star before hts prime waa over. They pltchsd
his arm off and his heart out bscauss he was willing to shoulder ths burden
Walter Johnson two tough seasons were II gamss tn It It and 11 gamas
In 1814. Johnson baa pltchsd In 40 gamas or more every ssason sines llti.
Alexander's big year was last season when hs worked la It games. Big
Alex has worked in from 41 to 49 games sash year hs has been with the
Phillies showing ths gsnsral consistently ot his endúranos.
laarry Chsnsy worked In II games far the Cubs la lit! sad It gamss
In discussing pitchers ths wonder work ef Bddls Plank should set be
forgotten. Plank has never bsen called upea to carry the burdens that
Walah. Mathewson and Johnson have carried but ths remarkable part 1
thai at 41 hs Is aa effective aa he was at II. Plank and Cy Young are the
only two pitchers ws know of who have crossed It with winning arma
JOLLY r WHY NOTT
Old Bias Col waa a jetty aid soul
A lolly old person but
The jelly old duffer to ail Ma Ufa
Merer fooaaled a 1 1 -Inch putt.
i . " -i .Vi .- ' - -
woo more gamss la Pittsburgh la tarea days than they were
from Boston. Brooklyn and Philadelphia la tkrse weeks
Yea aaa take tats sa a tMaat nilsaL as the tta off ea Pitia ux ah. jtsst as
you feel about it.
Mist UIANTS W
I ahl to wis
Rv AB&m-lat1 Peales
ths 100-mllc' derby on the one mile dlri track stable of Jefferson Livingston that is
here today. HU time wss one hour and a daughter of the great English race
forty-one minutes riesn 1JW0J'rd1!' horss. John O'Qaunt; Jacobs the best
so far of the get of the noted Jack
Atkln which won the Spinaway
Twrsty-tklrd Infantry Wlaf. "lakes at Saratoga last ssason;
Th. Tunis naaahaii tam lnat tn the rioii ' Kathleen In George J. Long's string
of the Twenty-third infantry at Wsshlnirton snd a vary smart 3-year-old perform-
rsrk yesterday s-o. ruines torce was 1 er in mm; juary n wnicn won eight
weakened by s number or regular players races last year and Is already a good
belns- out of the lineup. I winner this seaaon: Julia L. the tac
2-year-old of the Jockey Club Juares
meeting in 1115. and a stable com-
panion of Mandy Hanilton: Little
Pseksrs Tsks Kirst Gsme. Ulster winner of the Debutante
The Packers won their Hrst game of the I atakea last year; Hansa an unbeaten
neason yesterday st Washington Park when : sister In blood on ths dam aids to
tney defeated th H. Lf slinky club 13-9. the mighty Regret In H. P. Whlt-
oy way or 1 Mason 1 jiinrr tne rsraers ey' stable. Lady Always. Mlddle-
& Jone' daughter of Peter
Quince which was a smart filly last
second. William End! 00 a finished second
exactly two minutes behind Hesru.
are proud of tnelr showing. Their pilot
is now on ute trait ui outer ainiu aiusicur
By Associated Presa
Lawrence Kan. May 10. Kansas
baited Missouri's pitchers hard to-
day winning a ragged contest II to
I and tlelng the two schools for the
conference b as bail championship.
Missouri has two mors games to
play and Kansas four.
yesr and Is alraady a wlnnsr this
season: Uelllta which Is regarded so
highly by hsr owner. Senator J. N.
Camden that he entered her In the
Latonla Derby thl year add such
other good performers of ths sex and
age a Bsauty Shop Dellna. Lucky
R Onota Lady Worthlngton Inj-
pret ve an (J Mol n en Btaj the dam
(Continued on paga five.)
CAPTAIN HARDY THRILLS CROWD AT CLUB;
FINDS EL PASOANS CLEVER BEHIND TRAPS
T uZ'C TOUMU ' Ue Pass City Gun
dab. Captain A. H. Hardy was the drawliur cr.i uau. .
F ahoot of the trepasen with exhibition work with both tslatol
- - r - ' nioiwaiiu people out to see Use
ttenver aspar perform moat of th. spertators hisurocrins: to the
sounds via autonnd.ll. early in the morning and miiidulúa- wa until
noon. la speaking of the abUlty of tin- local aj..u..... M
Harltv mm iA lue nl.ht Ih.t h i i.naiaau. mm .
age of the score turned la yesterday
i nign ana particularly ao. in com
parison With thS tWO professional.
who look part in ths round at the
biros with him.
WUl V Cobb Is a professional and
come from Albuquerque 1. a
of Dsn ver and also r.
fseaional. The captain remarked
that he waa satisfied with his work
from behind ths traps because he Is
aot rated a professional trapruan and
was not at ail aurprlsed to find El
Pasosas bdssissiI of more skin nmo
he with ths "shot sifters." t'on.i no-
lag bs said that If ths professional
sienau vo ueriurm wnrrt- ibey will
b osrtaln of turning In 1.11 card
they will be obUged to shoot ...i...'
other than the local oelebrltles.
Mr. Hardy Is eontauu i use ' th
shetgua ta aa hour of iUms but
non of the professional rank for him
with the blnWbuae. The Denver
man tnruiee tne big crowd with re-
niarkabl feats with both pistol and
Ths visiting expert will spead a
week or ten days la El Paso and
neighboring cities and will be at ths
sas Olty grounds again next Sunday
lie will then endeavor to place at
least ons bullet of each five shots of
It In a silhouetted fisura of a sun
it lit yards a distance equivalent to
...e. uny oiocBB. tie will lass a -18
caliber revolver. at Deuvsr be
placad thres of fifio... h.ii.t. 1. a
profits of a turkey at a Ilka distance.
Another stuat Mr Hardy may put
Will be the drawlner i -mmmZmmm
faces with rifle bullets shot at a dls-
uanoe Into a tin sheet steer of asares
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