FORT SANTIAGO, UNITED STATES ARMY HEADQUARTERS.
There are 1,700 autos in the Islands, practically all of American brand.
a What have you in the way of sport?a I asked a New Yorker who had just finished his third year in Manila.
a Quite a fine line for the tropics,a he said. a There are lawn tennis and polo. Then we have boating on the Pasig River and fishing down the coast. Baseball, of course, from November until May. We have a professional league with teams from the Army, Marines, all-Filipino, and one financed by the merchants of Manila. There is also an amateur league composed of teams from the various Government departments. Races? Yes, we have them on the first Sunday of each month, rattling good sport. The native ponies are speedy. One of the cavalry regiments thought it had a mount that could beat anything raised on the Islands, but this was a mistake. In a match with a little native nag owned by an alcalde in the South, it was a case of a Herea s to the Native Born/ and the