The Houston Post. (Houston, Tex.), Vol. 25, Ed. 1 Friday, December 31, 1909 Page: 3 of 12
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John'Heydler d' -r
Tjohn'Heydler and M
new tales committee
for the .Netlooal league.
hold a series w m'"
within the neat tew
mend oertato aitaratloi
the league. Later tii
be considered oy m i
meeting 11k .February-
WIFE OF CliARUS IAFI
it j!''Codoa of .. .
J tor at Pine
amis wiu twv nrt h-m
99 fji stilts ana Ajvcivuaio. .
1 509 MAW; STREET
jKoW : Titled mU .CiirieM'WJ
riTBJEJG FOB AEBIAL BECO EDS.
- Ji lych. Aeroplanisti Wi to Ertab-
. " t lish New Onet for 1909. ;
-lAudatHPrtuRP v '
"' IRAKIS. December 3&-Tha crack
-French neroplanlsta are making -desper-'
ate eltorte to lower the 1909 recoroa for
tdlatanoe and height before Baiuraay.
.'Utham and Farman are both at Mour-
melon J Grande the tormer trying out
hew motor and the latter practicing
' wHJi ft paeMter. with a view to making
n attempt for the .ten-kilometer croea
country with passenger prlae tomorrow.
Latham and Le Garreeu are. to make
' a laat try to beat Farman'e record for
the.MlcheUn clup. which atanda at-an
kilometer! (144 miles) in houra' 17 mln-
' "'rarnnfho I. in readiness to de-
' "Yend bis title If necessary.
unt Jacques de lsseps. son of J Uia
. dMeased Vtecomte Ferdinand de pesseps.
' . K -cond attempt to win he 1W-
kllomexer cro ur viinmVters
down after covering fifteen kilometers
'As" Jovlsy. Delagrange made a flight
of WO kilometers (124 miles) In 5 houra
and N minutes. -
Henry Farman. the English aeronaut
win the Mlchelia clup at ilourmelon
November! last beang all prevlou.
records for duration and distance. H-
Trtlitham. the French aeronaut holds
ftromclalreoord for altitude. Owing to
.the dlffloultr-ta na.urlng height at-
taineo oy -"1 - t
PbetVeen.nd ftgt OjJ
villa" bright made an unofficial flight at
VnV. Ootobe 2.iwhlch was estimated
at VO feet.
Delaringe Made Monoplane Kecord
-fTTTotrV France. December 30. In tho
' iirnaenca of the official timekeeper of
the Aero Club of America M. Delasrange
' aboard a Betrtot monoplane beat al! Tve-
ords for speed and tabU m?"
plane record here trvtartiUrft
ii a distance of Mi miles and the. "'en'-
?a2?ed T horand 83 mlnutea. making an
average speed of mllei an hour.
I THE EL PASO
Houiton Telegraph Bowlinj Team
Played Good Series of Gaaei.
The El Paso bowling team defeated the
' i . nirhi in the telegraph
bowling contest which Is being played
on the Young Men s Christian Associa
tion alleys. The El Paso team ro. -
core of 2579 against tne nousiou
core of 2612.
The Houston team oowiea a "
. -o hut their
game ana ronea up " .
etforts were overtopped by a slight lead
of their rivals. B. A. acB.in.jr
Houston rolled the highest score for
three games a total of 5tt pins m .
captured first honors as downing the
greatest number! of pins In one game
knocking- over Zl pins in mo
J A T flughe. bowled a ..strong game.
N. M. Garbark tv mwum ...
aoore. roanagea to nom mo
ttnTSTand L Heine vilicocl la
a trill DCiow men "."bv - :
fated score of Ithe Houston team Is here
with given: j
WHLHOLp BACE HXET.
Gentiemen'i Driving Gub1 Will Of-
v: fer; Several Events.
' rtrlvlnar club of HOUS-
ton will hold a race meet at the Harris-
burg road -race track New
at 2 30 p. m. The horses entered will be
local and will be drlvea by the owners
who are confident that they hav some
speedy trotters and paoers.
... . - - i-.. kf rnvknin. among
There wm oo k uum ""7 T i nni
thema free for aU trot and Pceof one-
half mile a green trotting race of a hair
mile Tnda race liv which seven or eight
"ThfbS't1" oFtheatwlll be the
relay rate; m which each rita
allowed three mounts for a tnree-nw
course and this race will be open to all
who care to compete for the A pur-
Th. rone which will furnish amusement
roT th dy w fl be the mule hurdle race
of SM yards Tn which the mules will have
to take a green hedge a paper fence and
JurUne barrier at the end of the
course ana reiuru u.o "
admission fee of xents will be
chged jd Properpollc '"EffiSuZ.
?e Tnd the money required from tn
racerai ... .
Anna Blnton Tarvsmer-w-iaw
dent Tart ana r "i
i. r i-ui : t. th nsw owoer of
1 Ll VI VH'M r- ...
- ti. nhii.iiaiiihta 4 Hatiottai t
' in aa and : leas for ' tbt
property wara -filed. In tha y hall' aU
and not bar husband has tha tltla t tha
grounas. . . . T Swh tha
jonn . "-L.-.i. trans
feSid tbi UtW Thte anernc'Charl..
W?lVphy president of the Chicago Na-
Uonal clufc Preprented the Phaser
who was announce -v1..;- -v.-t"-
CIUD IS Bivwi m -j.--
twenty y ... . ... f( . '.Vf
Vnst Aire Ud One Club.
' J.4nJ Prut Ktfrl.) '
rhio Daoamber )."
. .... Vinton "her hu-
snming wai v
band. Charles F. Tart ano y-. .
i.tMMiMl In-mora than . ons
club in tharjatlpnai baaebaU
it announced t they will be expecvwi
hv at UsVt faction to the league to
club prtOT to yiFo..... . .
sixth - annual .. boll
J. Condon of
New ; Tort won t
and 4 to play.
'- w. K. TUoaemr
tha first dlvUlon
Brett of urooKin
a f. KmMlii'1
aeoond division t
147 . 5H
tla rUa rt ....
.... . ...v K fc . K19
1-McKlnney . . ii
iSS!? ::::::::::: itS
S Hugnes 1 inR liVfi
4 Wllloockson l. . .JJJ
"The'totSl pin score Tot tlie entire team
is 74 Sins an average of 160 per gam.
for each man on the team.
EED HITSSAE . JOLTED BOOEIES
Twenty to One Shot Backed "Dowa
to lgnt ai xamps. .
! . - -
.iiiDi -'mi December. - Tnrea
. todav. These war not
fancied eapeclaily by the players tat eo.
.i.n Red Hussar la tn last
ttliu w.ww-. r .....
race contributed to the defeat of - the
irwMtv tn one waa offered on
Red Hussar and at post time ha wM
waannouiJced today by the
ment that commencing Monday. Jhere
.VKTinMaaad nurses warranted W
Ti"uZ?". cut down taW
rFlurSotonti Zeb Wrtum. '
Alvlee. Time 1:08 i-6. - 'tALr
-Five f urlongs-8t. Dencll. Lott Lanier
Autumn Girt. Time 1:052-6. - .
Five and a half furlongs-Fundamental
Alice Mack. Serenade. TJme lOJ- -
Canoplan". Charlotte HamlltgrJlme 14.
xt .n Ualllnixi
third division r
tha Jacmson r
Hackett an -
ranking of 1
tha top age'
day gun d
..i FOllOWIP "
vent a i
Mile-Red Hussar LllUe
NATION Alt LEAGUE LEAKAGE qjj. was rjaT AT POST
Philadelphia Allowed Some Big So
crett to seep wuk.
(Aitociattt Vr'tu Rttort.)
CHICAGO December J9.-A. Pittsburg
special to the TrtUsne says: Magnates
of the National- leagW over the circuit
are! Indignant over tbeNeakage that has
developed In the last two weeks regarding
thTaskmg of waivers on playura about
Vis sS? hS.-been traced to Phila-
delphia! lt"claimed..nd It w learned
I that steps wouiu u
I tional commission to close It up.
" Twenty to One ShotVon in Stretch
Drive at Moncrief. : j-
Grande Dllljfe Wa. .the only .favorite te I
win at Moncriet itowmw'"" I
the books quit the day good ' winners. I
The big upset of tha af tarnoon wag thsl
third race Tom McGrath was tha heavily I
played favorite In tMs event and Just as
the barrier sprung tne nor "
waa left at the post never being . con j
tender It then looked like a sure thlrf
f o? Ls. Salle but In the . stretch Bel i
Preston a 20 to 1 anot maoa a gro. r.
nmZ Vlonirs-Horlcon. Clem Beachf
Scruples. Time 1:02. -
If vou want a
KnnioH rrmtlv lookitie cigar
i ;nc;cf.nn ornamented boxes and
II yuu v" -
t.ir Uof vnn nav for 3. lot ot orna-
mental fjndangoes-you wont buy Cob
They're too roughtoo cheap looking the
Cobs are made with well ripened Havana. Cobs
don't pretend to be fancy-they're the crudest
of all cigars. But what they lack in appear-
ance they more than make up in fluahty--and
in value; and in aroma andjn smooth-
ness and in taste.
Just because everything else but the cigar has been
omized on down to the mUl-Cobs don't ha to -Bsy
Tbe sold nine for 15 cents and be made of ust as good
leaf as the best 10 cent Havana cigar. .:
'Not for men who want to economize.or Xvho ha. to-but for all
the best smoke.
lUIVll n"v -
FOR SALt. lv tKxw n&wi
X. Lewi &
ant 11 t!p
Scruples now . i
Six furlongs-Grande Dame Hoorc
Many Colors. Time l:li4-.- )
Ve and a half furlonjrj-Wly IWJ
vlm furlongs-Ballot Bog. Otilo B;
boro. Time iao-a. -
Mile Paradise Queen Cowen Furc
1 Time 1:44 M. ..11rn " t '
jane o.w..-.- - -. - t
Joseph Oberon. Tlme :04 1
J0CXEY GLASS SUSPESj
Eide on Araie at Emeryville
: moved Him Front Turf .
(Attociatti Prta JUtorti j
OAKLAND. Cal. December 0. j
and threatening Weather preva
Emeryville today and the :. tra
muddy. Fernando wag an odds-c
handicap bu I
lie iw . ' - 1
show the speed he had In his if
Jim Gaffney. heavily pyea. w.-t
wav In the third. Jockey Glass f
pended for hl.rlda on lArsne
Kd the cT Uf "till undecWe.1.
. halt TStrtOTlMi Sell?
ropolltan. Wicket. Tlm l'-!
Six furlonMrvage LHtleJ
Colonel Jack. Time 1:16 M. J
Mile ano a i
Rosevale John Lula. Time!
Five furlongs Hamper. BlrJ
pando. Time lrr.
Mile Belmere Sink- Bprinf
Time 1:41 -& T i.
. Futnrttv conrse .Inclemf-f
Boaa. Time 1:S-. .
Shilling ' Allowed Arcl.
JUAREZ. Mexico. Dec
field hea.lly played erf
fourth event th feature I
allowed Arch Oldham to
to the stretch where he f
the lead and won easily
were defeated. - j
Five rurionK iu""' .
Jim Brady. . Time 1K)1. 1
SU turlongo-rChlan f
Almena. Time l:la. f
Seven - furlonga-Ch
lava. Ounston. Time y
"Five furlongs Enflf
Jolly. Time 1:00 1-B.
Gray linw : -
Time 1:42.: w '
Brown and torr
. t ed U Ivf
1 i..- MCMlr
NGW TORK I
nia won th ele
ney frcaa -Browr
dents from erl
game from 1
games In the
'i-ne zwet- w-
won . lost .
and tha trvw
U Bice ot in
. .-. .-. -. - - ; ' -.l . . ui nnaular that
' ' li-elr Cob. hav. wm. lS-.rV y5 w.nt art
lost Hfc Corns
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