Gimis 1 ] S ÄfTER [un Tlie Indian S(‘h()ol Wants El Paso Bali Piav(‘r—An- othei' J^ig’ Chiof. " Captain J. J. Sullivan, of llie fire department, wlio rnanaf^od the International baseball team for several seasons, has received a letter from the Carlisle Indian ycliool at Carlisle. I’a., asking if they can secure pitcher Amado (Juiierrez, who was formerly with the iuLernationals here and is now of tlie pftchinK staff of the strong Cananea team tiiat defeated K1 Paso Saturday and Sunday and who will play her«* (»n the fourth of .luiy during the big <«'lebration that has been planned for til at day. I'or several seasons GiUierrez, who is an indian, made a strong siiowing and iuid good speed and control. So deep an impression did he m.ake on the Chi- caso White Sox wiuMi l),ey ,)lay«i here <»n April 1. that his fame spread to the eastern cities, and the Indians, hearing tiiut he was one of their race, are anx- iou.s to get him. It is believed that if Gutierrez gets int<i the Carlisle school it will be but a stop or two until he is with the top notcliers and would make a good slab artist for Big Ciiief Meyer.«, who is now v.ith the New York Giantii and was for seveial years a star on the El Paso <I ianiond. I'riends'of Gutierrez are trying to j>orsuade him to go t<) (’arlisle and .sli(»w tiiem his quick delivery ball, on Avhich he fooled ('omiskry's men wheti tliey made their trip tiirough this city.