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11 The Sajlt Lake Tkebune: Sottday Mokntist&, Mjlrch: 13, 1904. 7
I EASTERN HORSE !
1 TAKES BIG RAGE
'Ostrich Outgamcs Auditor for First
J Place in Valuable Race on tho
ti Crescent City Track.
M NEW ORLEANS, March 1. Tho clos-
I Ing honors of tho Crescent City Jockey
I fi club's mooting fell to tho Eastern con-
Ji tingcnt, whon Ostrich landed tho prlzo
of tho season, tlio JCC35 Crescent City Der-
? by. Tho Eastern colt's only rival In tho
' betting was Capt. Brown's Auditor, C to B
j being laid against Ostrich against 7 to C
. on Auditor. Helgcrson took Auditor to
! the front on tho first furlong. Ostrich fol-
k lowing closely, and from that point It was
H a two-horso race. Auditor opened up
: gap which Ostrich only succeeded In clos
ing as they rounded the stretch turn and
I 1 headed for tho wlro. It was a diivo all
pa through the stretch, and at tho ond, Os-
; jS trlch, well ridden out, had a scant length
7 I I to tho best of It, Auditor btatlng Conk-
li JiJ ling throo lengths for tho placo. Sum-
L' q marr:
CIMr First race, six furlongs AUsLa won. Ito-
JW E trponslvo Becond, Magdala third. Time,
11 Second race, mllo and a sixteenth, sell-
M ing Gravlha won, Pronta second, Mao-
both third. Time. 1:45 1-5.
jf Third race, flvo and a half furlongs
Floral King won, Elslo L. second, Uran-
ium third. Tlmo, 1: 4-5. -
I Fourth race, mllo and an eighth, Cros-
lMu Snt c,tv Bcrby Ostrloh. 155 (Fuller), C to
C VI r $? "won; Auditor, 115 (Holgcrson), S to 5
h ( Hecond; Conkllng, 11E (E. Walsh), IB to 1,
Vft third. Time, 1-521-5. Rolnland, Vcstlna
I Bello and Lolla also ran.
V Fifth racf, bIx furlongs Protorluo won,
Jk Mm Miladl Love second, Neither Ono third.
J Tlmo. 1:13 4-5.
PH Sixth race, ono mile, selling Burning
A H Glass won, Albert F, Dewey second,
f North Wind third. Tlmo, 1
I AR1SBE TAKES BIG COLT
! RACE AT INGLES I DE
BAN FRANCISCO, March 12. Arlobo,
parrying tho colors of Adolph Sprcckels,
S Von the Bell stakes for 2-year-olds at
f Oakland today In tho presenco of a very
hu-ge crowd. Fino weather prevailed but
the trade was heavy.
; Six youngsters mot In tho stake, which
f Tas at five furlongs, with a value of
$510. Amy J., of the Jennings stablo,
was regarded as a good thing on tho
Irtrength of her easy victory on her first
eppearnnco. Arlsbc, with Bullman up,
received considerable support at 4 to 1.
They wero sent away to a good start
und Arlabe showed In front Amy J.
possod her and led until woll In tho
tretcn, where sho found tho route too
jar and stopped , Arlsbo won cleverly by
e. length from the Schrelbor colt, Plnker
v ton. who was brought up from Lob An
"?elca". Jio was m tne heaviest going or
would havo been hard to beat. Boso Eley.
outsider, waa third. Favorites again
., 3fd yFy oadly. Nlgrctto was the only
L I flnticholco to land. Coupled with Leader
Ji I nWs quoted at 8 to 5 for tho handicap
jHJj J ata mllo and 70 yarda. She won In a
ZfMj, ?"vp f";?m. Leader with Bombardier
t,m, th'rd. Charles McCaferty claimed Tho
fjffi Hawaiian for S72o and In return J. Lodge.
Kit ; act ng for Mrs. M Cunningham, owner
fit' j tho gelding, took Fair Lady Anna for
IF tho samo figure. Results.
fix F1I"St niCe' flV furIonff3' Belllnff BaU-
dor won, Vlgoroso second, Mnrachlno
third. Time. 1:014.
Second race, six and a half furlongs,
selling Foxy Grandpa won, Tho Ha
waiian Becond, Fair Lady Anna third.
Third race, one mile, selling Yellow
stone won, Boutpnnlero second, Elmer L.
third. Time, 1M7.
Fourth race, tho Boll stakes, valuo $3140,
flvo furlongs Arlsbc. 112 (Bullman), 4 to
1. won; Plnkerton, 118 (Boland). 8 to 1,
second; Boso Eley. 112 (Crosswalte). 16 to
1. tlilrd. Time, 1:01. Amy J.. Peggy
O'Noll, Mcada,- Salable and Tho Mist also
Fifth race, six furlongs, selling Ocy
roho won. HalnauR second, Mureesca
third. Time. 1:16.
Sixth race, one mllo and seventy yards,
handicap NIgrettc won, Leader Gocond,
Bombardier third. Tlmo. 1:49.
Lacy Crawford wins
asc9t cup in a drive
LOS ANGELES, March 12. Lacy
Crawford won tho Ascot cup at Ascot
park this afternoon by half a length
from Grail, with Nitrate third. The dis
tance was two miles and tho total valuo
of the stake was J2230 and a handsomo
silver cup. Tho cup race attracted a
large crowd to the track and the betting
on this particular race was very heavy.
John McGulrk wio made favorlto at 9 to
5; Grail second cholco at 'M to 1, and
Laoy Crawford third In the betting at 3
to 1. Nitrate found some backing at 7;
and C. B. Campbell at 10. Erne and Dis
cus wero 20 to 1 and 15 to 1 respectively,
and Mlstlctldo was 100. The long-shot
mado the paco for thrco-quarters of a
mile and then Nitrate moved up to tho
front. Grail trailed Nitrate to the stretch
and then forged ahead, leading by two
lengths when straightened out for tho
finish. She looked to bo a winner, but
Booker brought Lacy Crawford up with
a rush and nipped hor by half a length.
Weather fine, track good. Results:
First race, ono mllo, selling JIngler
won. Phyz second, MaJ. Dixon third.
Second race, four furlonga, selling Az
nllno won. Brown Study second, Peggy
MIno third. Time, :50.
Third race, Slauson course, selling El
dred won, Macllccknoe second, James J.
Corbett third. Time, 1:12.
Fourth race, two miles, tho Ascot cup,
valuo $2200, sweepstakes Lacy Crawford
won, Grail second, Nitrate third. Time,
Fifth raco, Slau3on course, selling Na
non won, Eugenie B. second, Dolllo Wlet
hoff third. Time. 1:11.
Sixth race, mile, selling Buccleuth
won, Conejo Becond, Neko third. Time,
Hot Springs Hesults.
HOT SPRINGS, Ark., March 12. Essex
First race, mllo and three-sixteenths,
selling Sister Lillian won, Lcaroyd sec
ond. Slater Ruth third. Time, 2:03-
Second race, six furlongs, selling Lady
Vaehtl won, Easy Trado second, Dusky
Secret third. Time, 1:15.
Third race, ono mile Harvester won,
Felix Bard second, PIcquart third. Tlmo,
Fourth raco, six furlongs, Street Rail
way handicap Paul Whaley won, Nover
Fret second. Fossil third. Time. 1-13V4.
Fifth race, mllo and three-sixteenths
Excentral won. Miss Eon Becond. Bugle
Horn third. Time, 2:01,.
Sixth raco, six furlongs, selling Stub
won, Eleanor Howard socond, Ben Lear
tlilrd. Time. 1:15U-
Prominent Breeder Retires.
MTDDLETOWN. N. Y.. March 12.
Gen. B. F. Tracey. Secretary of tho Navy
under President Harrison, and for a num
ber of years a prominent breeder of trot
ting horses, has disposed of all his racing
stock and rctlrod permanently from the
business. Ho will, however, retain his
property near Goshen, whero many noted
horses havo been fooled.
RUHLIN TAKES THE
COUNT FROPrl JEFFORDS
PHILADELPHIA, Pa., March 12. I
"Jim" Jeffords, tho California heavy
weight, and Gus Ruhlln, tho Akron giant,
boxed a terrlfla Blx-round bout. In which
tho former had tho hotter of tho mill, at
I the National Athlotlo club tonight. Ruh
j lln was twlco knock down In tho first
round, and the last tlmo he was sent to
tho mat ho was compelled to take tho
count. Ho got up very groggy, staggorlng
around the ring.
Jeffords, In his anxiety to stop Ruhlln.
became very wild, and many blows aimed
at Ruhlln went wldo of tho mark.
Ruhlln's movements wero very slow as
compared with his former contests In this
0GDEN BOWLERS BEATEN.
Visitors Had No Show at All Agninst
tho Strong Local Quartette That
Tho Junction City bowlers went down to
defeat beforo a picked team from thl3 city,
composed of McLeod, Talamantes, Gamble
and Grovcr Smith, on the Polaco alleys
last evening. Tho Ogdon quartette woro
nover serious contenders, tho local aggre
gation taking flvo straight games.
The scoro at tho closo of tho fifth gamo
gave tho Salt Lako bowlors 3472 plnB, whllo
tho OGden men had but 2303, a difference
of 1C9 pins for tho scries.
Gamblo of tho locals mado the high In
dividual score for tho Salt Lako team, rolling-
205. Ho also made high averago for
tho evening, with 15 2-5. Hess of Ogden
mado the high scoro of the evening in tho
first game, when ho scored 215.
Following is the score of tho series:
McLeod 1C1 151 147 14S 192
Talam antes 199 137 200 129 187
Gamblo 1SS 205 171 102 171
Smith 202 140 1S7 177 1S3
Totals 750 633 7(6 'CIS 733
Morton 171 144 1SI 174 ICS
Camp 151 167 155 1S4 123
Hoss 215 IBS ICS 1 153
Flclachnor 1S2 169 171 161 173
Totals C99 G2S G73 6S5 CIS
OAPTUBE FHt-ST GAME
LOS ANGELES. Cal., March 12. Chi
cago's National Leaguo baseball team
played tho first gamo of tho season at
Washington park today against tho Los
Angeles Paclllc coast team. The Nation
als won by the scoro of 4 to 2, but It was
a hard-fought battle all tho way. Tho
Nationals bunched their hits In tho sec
ond inning after two men wero out and
scored three runs. Lundgrcn pitched tho
first flvo Innings for Chicago, allowing
but three hits and no runs. WIckor re
lieved him and was batted rather freely.
Wheeler pitched six and Gray threo In
nings for Los Angeles.
"Weight-Throwing- Record Smashed.
NEW YORK. March 12.-John Flana
gan of tho Greater New York Irish Ath
letic association broke tho 66-pound weight
throwing record for dl3tanco tonight at
tho Indoor meet of the association in Mad
ison Square gordon, the now world's rec
ord being 29 feot 6 Inches, or 14 Inches
hotter than the former record, also mado
MAKES NEW RECORD
ANN ARBOR, Mich., March 12. The
American 13-pound shot put was broken
tonight at the Indoor track meot between
tho University of Michigan and tho First
regiment of Chicago, by Robo, the Michi
gan freshman, who did 47 feet 3 Inches,
W. R. Rose, Michigan's now shot-puttor.
comes from California. He Is a freshman
law studonu His high school record Is 45 '
feet C Inches, and last year ho did better
than 4S feot In mldsummor meets. Rose
weighs 230 pounds, stands C feot C Inches,
Is IS years old, and has not reached his
full development. Ho has a peculiar
method of putting tho shot, by a sort of
Junplng motion. An ordinary man would I
actually havo to Jump to securo tho rise
and fall whloh Rose, with his great slzo.
works up tho Instant beforo ho puts the
Twin Sullivan Defeats Duffy.
CHICAGO. March 12. "Twin" Sullivan
of Boston was given tho decision over
1 Martin Duffy of this city at tho end of
six rounds tonight. The fight w.is fast
throughout, and at the close Sullivan had
a slight margin. Neither man displayed
BATTERY A READY
FOR ACTIVE SERVICE
The officers and members of battery
A are rejoicing over the possession of
a now supply of equipment, which,
taken In connection with that already
on hand, places the organization on a
most desirable basis. It Is now fully
equipped and ready for active service
The supplies received Include an artil
lery wagon, sub-calibre tubes, sectional
ammunition for Instructive purposes;
time Interval recorders, for recording
the time of flight of projectiles, and
harness sacks. This addition makes the
organization responsible for an addi
tional J3000 worth of property.
The members are talcing a renewed
Interest In their work and the prospects
for a most Instructive and altogether
successful season were never brighter.
The work of recruiting It is being vig
orously prosecuted, the members being
assisted by tho officers In every possi
Monday evening occurs tho first bat
tery dance which has been given for
some time, but Judging by the demand
for invitations It bids fair to rival those
affairs of the past which attained such
MIGHTY ARMIES OF
MIKADO AND CZAR
(Continued from Pag-e 1.)
HERO OF THE HOUR
ST. PETERSBURG. March 12. Ad
miral Makaroff s name is on every lip in
St. Petersburg today. He is the hero
of the hour. The details of Thursday's
fighting in Port Arthur did not become
publlo until this morning, when eager
crowds, unmindful of a heavy snowfall,
gathered about Viceroy AlexlefTs bulle
tins, which were posted at every cor
ner. The sorrow over, tho loss of tho
Russian torpedo-boat destroyer was
swallowed up by the daring exploit of
the Russian naval commander-in-chief
in going personally to her rescue.
There Is a deep-seated conviction that
henceforth there will be a complete
change of sea tactics. Admiral Maka
roff will make tho fleet at Port Arthur
an aggressive force. He enjoys the
reputation throughout the length and
breadth of the empire of being a dash
ing officer who delights In brilliant
achievements, and his action of Thurs
day adds to his laurels ao a bold and
fearless fighter who loves to take the
chanceB of war. His ideas run counter
to those generally nccepted by naval
experts and strategists. One of his petj
aversions Is armor. Tho Admiral is
ever outspoken in his criticism of tho
heavy battleship, which he has always
contended placed too many eggs In a
single basket, and' shows his partiality
for a fleet composed of a large number
of swift, unarmored cruisers armed
with heavy guns and attended by an
unlimited number of torpedo boats. The
protected cruiser Novlk, to which ho
transferred his flag In the attempt to
rescue tho torpedo-boat destroyers, Is
practically without armor protection.
Admiral MakaxofTs predillction for
swift ships has earned him the sobri
quet of the "Cossack of the sea." He
Is not likely to give tho enemy much
rest while any of his cruisers or torpe
do boats remain afloat. Something like
a night torpedo boat attack on the ene
my's base behind the Elliott Islands,
for Instance, would be soich a thing as
the Admiral would undertake. He be
gan his career with several gallant ex
ploits during tho Turko-Russlan war
while commanding a steamer which he
had rigged up a a torpedo boat and
played havoc with the Sultan's flotilla
In the Black sea and Danube.
Prlnco Asezrlne Krageorgevltch,
brother of the King of Servla, Is leav
ing today for the far East
The Ladles' club at Vladivostok has
undertaken to make thousands of sand
bags for fortification purposes.
(UNCLE SAM AND FRANCE
IN ROLE Or7 PEACE-MAKERS
1 PARIS, March 12. Tho Informal sug
gestion that France and tho United
States act Jointly as peacemakers In tho
far Eastern war has been mado within
the last weok. and although tho officials
consider that any peaco overtures would
be futllo at tho present stage of tho con
flict, yet tho suggestion leads to tho bo
licf In very high quarters that Franco
nnd Uio United States will become the
peacemakers. Tho suggestion comes
from ono of the most prominent railroad
men, who probably has tho largest rail
road dealings with Russia of any Amer
ican. During a recent visit hero he called at
tho American Embassy and other offlolai
quarters. In tho course of his visit ho
strongly urged that Franco and the
United States, by reason of tho Interna
tional friendships toward tho two bellig
erents, were specially qualified to Initiate
a peace movement. Tho American be
lieved Russia would gladly avail herself
of tho opportunity even now, and that
international Influence would favorably
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CHICAGO, March 12. Secretary
George B. Cortelyou of the Department
of Commerce and Labor was the guest
of honor at the banquet of tho Mer
Fully three hundred of tho most
prominent merchants and manufactur
ers of the city and adjacent territory
were present, and on address of the
Secretary upon "Somo Problems and
Policies of the Now Department" was
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