The Houston Post. (Houston, Tex.), Vol. 31, No. 223, Ed. 1 Monday, November 13, 1916 Page: 2 of 10
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HOUSTON DAILY POST: " lNDAY MORNING? NOVEMBER 15916. -
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vatioa and water power legislation re-
vision of the law affecting railroads a
Vocational education lair a raw to permit
rganixntien of coDectrre sellhw: agencies
In foreign count riea. and further meaa-
tires to perfect the national defense.
REPUBLICANS LACK ONE VOTE
OF HAYWG WORKING MAJORITY
Latest Returns Elimuutiag Con-
testa Give KepmUicus 217
Democrats 212 Others ft
(AsseruitrJ Pre" Report.)
EW YORK. November 12. Toe re-
pabttcasa will have 217 votes In the nest
ceturraan. according to the latest returns
available Sunday night. This ia an in-
crease of one in the total republican
membership previously reported. Toe
change Is based on reports from the sixth
New Jersey district showing the election
of Juno H. Ramsay republican by a
TMltit-aalit mr r akassiit 1 SIMl avr
uih it MAa toio iidifrTthe -North i aroiinx Arntj wag more im
account a probable contest in the North
Carolina district the Third New Jersey
district where Joseph Scully democrat
claims to hare been elected by a plurality
of 14 votes or the eleventh Iowa or
third Louisiana districts where the plu-
ralities are so small that recounts are
The election of Mr. Kamsay from New
Jersey with the consequent Ions of one
democrat from that State leaves the
democratic membership of the house at
212 as indicated by returns thus far re-
ceived. All other parties have elected six
members. On the face of present fig-
ures the republicans fall one short of
the 21S votes necessary for a working
NEW JERSEY REPUBLICAN.
G. O. P. Ha. Ten and Democrats Te
Member of Congress.
iAuefMlei Press Kerori.)
TRENTON. N. J. November 12 New
Jersey will be represented by Id repub-
licans and two democrats unless the of-
ficial canvass to be made in Ocean coun-
ty Monday changes sn apparent plurality
in the third congressional district of 11 In
favor of Robert Carson republican over
Thomas 1. Schully democrat who waa a
candidate for re-election.
Schully and his friends claim that he
has been elected over Carson by 14 plu-
rality but these figures are disputed by
the county clerk. Scully threatens to de-
mand a recount of the official canvass ir
the result does not show his election.
HUGHES AND WILLCOX ARE
WAITING FOR OFFICIAL COUNT
Will Eemain in New Tork Until
California Has Been Officially
(AssoaauA Press Report.)
NEW YORK. November 12. Cnarles
E. Hughes and William L. Wlllcox.
chairman ot the republican national com-
mittee plan to remain in New York for
a week or more to await the result of
the official count of the vote in Califor-
nia it was announced Sunday night.
Once the official count is finished they
expect to take a vacation Mr. Willcox
The national chairman called upon Mr.
Hughes at his hotel in the afternoon.
Later Mr. Willcox said:
We are in the same position we have
beett since election night. We want
aa official count in California to assure
the re-election of Mr. Wilson before we
are wining to concede defeat. Far be it
from as to deprive President Wilson of
one single vote property east for him."
A great many message from all parts
of the country were received at republi-
can headquarters. Mr. Willcox said many
of them were "complaints of every kind."
rOSTOFFICE CLEBJCS ASK KOBE
Want Increase in Pay and Time and
Half for Bight Work.
(Associated frets R ep i"i.
BOSTON Mass. November 11. The
National Federation of Postofflce Clerks
meeting here Sunday adopted a resolution
calling 'upon congress to Increase their
maximum nay from tl20e to 11500 a vear.
The resolution says the high cost of living
makes the present maximum inadeqwue.
i A second resolution adopted asks kTls-
' tattoo to reduce to a minimum all night
work. Where all ml nation of night work
' is Ispnoawlbls the resolution suggests that
the men be paid time and one-half on a
f 4e-Bitnute basis instead of the existing
t aamutes to aa hour basis.
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YALE KEEN DISAPPOINTMENT
IN GAME AGAINST BROWN
Weak and Inconsistent Attack
With Poor Defense Was Un-
doing of Team.
(..t.srfcff'4 Press Report.
XKW YORK. November 12. Yale was
a keen disappointment to its adherents in
the game against Brown having failed
to improve over the earlier contests. A
Kink and inconsistent attack coupled
with a mediocre defense was the undoing
of Tale notwithstanding the fact that
the material for a strong eleven appeared
Cornell and Michigan had a thrilling
battle at Ithaca and again the Kant tri-
umphed over the West although th?
margin of victory was tl)e narrow one of
a field goal. The scoring was confined
almost entirely to overhead plays. Shive-
rick kicked three field goals and a for-
ward pass was responsible for one of the
two touchdowns scored by Cornell.
Both the Army and Navy teams won
their games but the Middies' victory over
rs.it c mail m 1 v. i . 1 1 . .'i
The cadets played a careless and
Hstless game against the New Knglan.l
collegians. Maine did not have the
power to cope with the army but wretch-
ed handling of the ball and loss of ground
as the result of penalties kept the cadets'
score down. The Navy on the other
hand while not faced by a particularly
formidahle opponent played with a vim
and dash that has been lacJUng in re-
NORTHWESTERN AND OHIO
STATE FIGHT FOR HONOR
Championship of Western Confer-
ence to Decided at Columbus
I Associated Press Report.)
CHICAGO. November 12. laying true
to form. Ohio State and Northwestern are
a notch nearer the "big nine" football
championship Sunday night as a result
of the victories Saturday. These two un-
defeated elevens providing Northwestern
disposes of Purdue next Saturday will
meet in a game to decide the Western
conference honors at Columbus. O.. No-
Ohio State Is certain of a chance at hc
championship for tho Buckeyes have fin-
ished their conference season with a clean
slate having disposed of Illinois. Wiscon-
sin and Indiana.
Close followers of Western football are
unanimous in their opinion that North-
western will triumph over Purdue next
Saturday as Iowa which fell before
Northwestern Saturday trounced Purdue
2i to 6.
REAL SURPRISE SATURDAY.
Tennessee's Defeat of Vanderbilt
XAssoctateM tress Keport.y
ATLANTA. Ga. November 12. Ten-
nessee Saturday treated Southern foot-
ball circles to the greatest surprise of the
season and complicated the figuring of
the Southern chsmpionship race by de-
feating Vanderbilt. generally considered
among the three strongest elevens in the
South. The volunteers were not believed
to have more than an outside chance to
defeat the Commodores.
Georgia Tech eliminated Alabama from
the championship race while Auburn dis-
posed of Florida.
Appearances now would inrlicate that
the final decision of the Southern cham
pionship may again be a matte of com
parative scores as Tennessee does not
play either Georgia Tech or Auburn the
only other undefeated elevens. Auburn
and Tech play here Thanksgiving Day.
TEN ROUNDS TO DrTXW.
Willie Ritchie and Johnny McCarthy
Fought at Juarez.
(Houston Post SptciaJ.)
EL PASO. Texas. November 12. Willie
Ritchie former lightweight champldn
and Johnny McCarthy of San Francisco
fought 10 rounds in the Juarez bull ring
Sunday. The referee declared the fight
The Cox Brothers football team and the
Jewish Literary society's team fought a
scoreless game Sunday afternoon on the
Mllby street gridiron. The game was fea-
tured by the line bucking and end runs
of the Cox team and the ground gaining
forward passes of the Literary society.
Next Sunday the Cox team will meet the
First ward team on the same "field.
Rlee Second Team Off for Qame.
The second team at Rice InsUtute left
Sunday for Huntsvllle. where a game will
be played Monday with Sam Houston normal.
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HOUSTON ALL PROS LOST GAME
Galveston All Stars Took the Big Erjd of a 5 to 4 Score at
the Island Qty Sunday.
(Houston Post Speciol.)
GALVKSTON. Texas November 11.
The Galveston All Star defeated the
Houston All Pros in an slotting baseball
gam. here Sunday by the score of e to 4
thereby winning the championship be-
tween the two cities this being the second
straight game the locals have won.
The Wampus Cats as the Houston
team was known waa crippled by tho
absence of three of the regulars but they
gave the Galveston team a hard fight
for the game. McCormlck. who started
the game for Houston lasted only four
innings when he was relieved by Johnny
Krierson. who held the locals runlees for
the rest of the game.
Matthews twirling for Galveston
pitched airtight bell for five innings and
did not allow hit but he weakened In
the sixth and fire hits and a couple of
stolen bases gave the visitors four runs.
Niederman. who finished the game held
The feature of the game was the batting
of Carey. McConiell Criss
Murray and a great catch
bv Criss in
deep center Held.
Krierson and McCormlck
also made sensational catches
Huuatoo AR K BII rO
Carey. aa 2 0 13
EASTERN FOOTBALL TEAMS
PLAYED STRICTLY TO FORM
Games of Last Week Showed Effect
of Weeks of 8tront; Coach-
ing;. (Associated Press Report.!
NEW Y'ORK November 12. Showing
the results of weeks of coaching. Eastern
football teams with one or two exceptions
played strictly to form in the contests ot
Saturday. Harvard. Princeton Cornell.
I'ennsylvania. Iituburg. Brown and the
Navy demonstrated that they are rapidly
approaching the apex of the season's
campaign. rartmci:th and the Army ap-
pear to have suffered a slump while Yale
is yet to strike its stride.
Possibly the best exhibition Saturday
a given by Harvard and Princeton in
their battle at Cambridge. Harvard's vic-
tory by the margin ot a single nd goal
was a good Indication of the respective
powers of the two teams although allow
once must be made for the fact that
neither was able to show its entire of-
fensive hand with the Yale battles not
far away. 1
With the exception of a few minutes in
the third period the play wss always be-
tween the 25-yard lines as neither com-
bination could penetrate the opponent's
defense consistently. Given the opening
as the result of a short punt Harvarn
demonstrated that it had the punch to
drive within easy goal kicking distance
of Princton's line and that power resulted
in victory. Princeton's attack was the
most spectacular but Harvard's ability
to solve even new plays quickly took the
edge off Its effectiveness.
KANSAS A. AND M. MAY BE
MISSOURI VALLEY CHAMPION
Had Missouri Defeated the Aggies
Joint Claim for Honors Was
(Associated Press Report
KANSAS CITY November 12. Mis-
souri's defeat Saturday at the hands of
Kansas State Agricultural College the
Tigers' downfall of the season left Ne-
braska the undisputed champion of the
flissouri valley conference barring whtt
now seems to be almost imiossible. a de-
feat for th Cornhuskers. Had Missouri
defeated the Aggies decisively a Joint
claim to premier honors would have been
entered by the Columbia team.
Aside from this game the week was
devoid of significance. The champions ot
Oklahoma. Harry Kendall College of Tul-
sa tenturing outside the home State
maintained . its unbroken string of vic-
tories by defeating the Kansas City Vet-
erinary College 48 to 10 in a game in
which the hx-al team was outclassed. Uni-
versity of Oklahoma broke a losing streak
by defeating King Fisher 14 to 0.
One of the feature games of the week
was the contest at Stillwater Ok.. playeJ
with a white ball tinder the glare of auto-
mobile search lights in which Oklahoma
A. and M. defeated Central Normal 34 to
t. Storms delayed the game until unique
measures were necessary to permit com-
pletion of the play.
BAYLOR'S DREAM OF FULL
UNDEFEATED SEASON GONE
Interest Now Turned to Thanksgiv-
ing Game Between A. and M.
I Associated Press Report.)
DALLAS. Texas November 12. By de-
feating Baylor University 3 to 0 at Waco
Saturday Texas A. ajid M. broke the
Baptists' dream of a season of undefeat
and an undisputed claim to the Texas
football championship. This mixes things
In the Texas gridiron and thus gives
added interest to the Thanksgiving
scramble betwen Texas University ano
Texas A. and M. at Austin which Is ex-
pected to decide the State championship.
Baylor and the Farmers played a stub-
born game Saturday the only scores com-
ing in the last period when Burns for the
Farmers dropkicked the pigskin through
the goal posts for the count of three.
While A. and M. was defeating Baylor
Rice Institute at Houston running true to
Its season's form defeated the visiting
Tulane eleven from New Orleans for a 3
to 13 victory. Among minor games
Southern Methodist meets A. and Si. at
College Station next Saturday after which
no important games will be played In
Texas until Thanksgiving day. when
Texas University and A. and M. meet a
Austin: Rice vs. Arizona University at
Houston and Baylor vs. Texas Christian
University at Fort Worth.
NEW HOSPITAL FOR
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ing for the Star of Hope mission to L3
operated in conjunction with the emer-
gency hospital. Mr. Stewart saM that it
is an acknowledged iact that tne star ot
Hope mission is doing much good amonj
the men who are without funds and with
out places to go. "Mr. Hermann wanted
his money to neip tne poor and I be-
lieve that were he living he would be
glad to help the Star of Hope mission
by donstlng the site for the mission build-
ing" said Mr. Stewart.
If the mission building is erected It wtll
be put up by popular subscription. Al-
ready the mission has nearly 13000 In its
building fund to he exact a 12600 gift
with Interest for three years given by
the E. L. Dennis estate. One prominent
business man has expressed the desire to
raise the first 110001 to go Into the
Further plans regarding the emergency
hospital and the mission probably will be
announced within the next week or ten
MOBILE Ala. November 11. Judge I
Harry T. Toulin. judge of the federal I
district court for the Southern district
of Alabama died at his home tn Toulmln-
vllle Sunday night. Judge Toulin who
was 81 year old U credited with having
granted in 1893 the first federal injunc
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ARKANSAS RAZORBACKS TO
PLAY LONGHORNS TUESDAY
This Will Be Ninth Game With
Texans Winning First Eight.
Hedick Out of Qame.
(Houston Post Special.)
AUSTIN. Texas November IS. The
Arkansas Kaxorhacks left KeyettevlUe at
7:45 Sunday morning in good spirits
bound for the Longhorn camp for the
ninth time in the foo'.ball history of the
two institutions. The aggregation win
be met at the train by Athletic Director
1 T. Bellmont ami taken tn the Dris-
ktil headquarters for the viators while !n
During the past eight games played
the Raiorback8 have made but one touch-
down and never a victory. Only six point
have been made against the Longhorne
as against 192 made by the Texas. One
can never tell however especially In this
season of dope reversals.
Hedick the Texas fullback is out ot
the game. No green man will be used.
But regardless of the outcome everything
is In readiness for the game Tuesday and
the reception the visitors wiU aecelve on
their arrival In Austin.
Mr. Bellmont has made arrangements
for the Austin league baseball park across
the river at which place the Arkansas
team will workout Monday afternoon. No
serious injuries were sustained by the
team in the game with Louisiana" State
University Saturday and the team leaves
Fayetteville in good physical shape ana
In an optimistic mood concerning the out-
come of the game.
The probable lineup of the game will be:
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U left end. Davldsea quarterback.
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Tim peon Was Defeats.1.
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