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II page eight THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, satctday mohxjxg, November w, tm.
I spor7inq1wbws H
IE TALENT AGAIN ;
I Odds-to Favorite Pails
l is Speed. '
j Four Were Winners at Oak
II land, Two Lagged
mt In the Fifth Knee n Twenty-to-One
llll Shot Romped Homo in an
Witi Easy Manner.
U SAX FRANCISCO, Nov. IS. For n tlmo
IH ' 1 Oakland today It appeared as If Hie fa
ji orites would sweep tlie ami, four being
Ji ficcessful. The fifth race resulted In an
J upset, however, as Ripper, at 20 to 1,
jjlj .qmped home In front of Flaneur, the fa
jjjj xorltc In the closing event the taJent
Jjj-j was again disappointed, as Brier.), the
Hji .edds-on favorite, failed to display much
5l speed and finished outside the money. The
lit weather was fine, but the iracK was still
j ti L.omewhat heavy. Results,
Jj First race, six and a half furlongs Ma
li! prane won, Daresome second. Miss May
J Howdlsh third. Time. 1.24.
Second race, flvo and a half furlongs,
U purse Squire Johnson won. Phalanx sec
i end, A. luskoday third Tlmo, 1:10.
1J Third race, mile and fifty yard, selling
II -Northwest won, Red Cross Nurse seo
1 und. Eatado third. Time, lMSii
r Fourth race, six furlong, handicap
21 Jlonlton won. Albula second, Captain For
l see third. Time. 1.15.
t Fifth race, seven furlongs, selling Rlp
II pir won, Flaneur second, Moislorslnger
third. Time, 1:3051.
U Sixth race, mile, selling Brennus won,
M Vulcain second, Rene third. Time, 1:-JC.
fljfftj Benning-'s Entries for Saturday.
iwl Special to The .Tribune.
mwii WASHINGTON. D. C, Now IS. Bcn-
U1 nings etrles for Saturday arc:
Hfl First race, selling, three-year-olds and
I EMS UJ)' aoven furlongs, Columbia course.
Mum Rightful 113 Show Girl 103
ijff Beverly 110 'Stroma 100
1 If Nellie Forrest ...110'Klng Albert ....100
In If' Cottage Maid ....111 Lord Advocate ...113
MauS Cabin Boy HOKilogram 113
HDn Second race, maiden two-year-olds, five
Bill furlongs, Columbia course:
llil1 Golden Sunrise ..KODuiiscverrick ....10G
I fit Ceierstrome 109 Auction 100
lift Samuel H. Harris 109 Novena 100
I .leilco 109Crltical 1(W
Jits Priority 1(0 Festoon ... 1W
IBB Knight of "Wcs- Judge Taragon ..lto
IIB ton 109 Madam Satan 103
llll Limerick. .., l(OPat Dunphy 103
llll Earldom 109 Lizzie Albertlne .106
llil 'ncas 109 Cabin 103
IKS Also eligible to start, as any of the
Ml ! above may be withdrawn:
Massa IOC Chippy Thorpe ..103
llffl Nevad. Cat lScL,Ul Buttorcup -1C0
Mfm Third race. Chevy Chase steeplechase,
Iumv. about two miles:
UK l Pure Pepner ICOChas. O'Malloy .157
IDS RIchellu Second .100 Silent Bliss 153
IBj Conover 16S Black Death 115
H Imperialist 157 Benefit 147
IIm Fcurth race, the Grand Consolation,
iVB ?evtn furlongs, Columbia course:
lOI Pasadena 122 Dandelion 110
IHI BXfrra JlOKassil 110
I M Fifth race, four-year-olds and up, mile
I ml nntl fort' yards, Columbia course:
I m 13011 McDhuI 107OcIawoJia 103
H "Wire In 107Dekaber 104
mt Persistence II.. ..107 Mrs. Frank Fos-
I S Demon 107 tor 101
I If Sixth race, handicap, threc-vcar-olds
B and up, milo and one-sixteenth, Columbia
I I Carbuncle 125Ntew Tork 107
Lord Badge 121 Ebon Daisy OS
I II 00 Between 117 Andrew Mack .... Xl
I H James F 11-i Eagle 92
I tm Dekaber 112 Proceeds 31
I ' The Southerner .112Whlto Ghost ....90
I U Hippocrates .. ..IflSMalister S9
I IH 'Apprentice allowance.
flM Weather clear, cold; track fast.
19 Oakland Entries for Saturday.
IBB sa:sT "FRANCISCO, Nov. lS.-OakIar.d
fl cnlrlen for Saturday tre
III First race, f-.iturity course, selling, 3-
EH car-old.-i and up
II Monla 113 Silurian 104
Dr. Long HGKarabcI 114
Wtm Dora I llSWatorspout .... ..105
Krome Wine 10. Educate HI
IH Lureno US Vaughan 116
9 Polonlus 11C Box Elder UC
III nldcCnd raCC' SlX furlon2S. purse. 2-ycar-
111 Fleetwood KWHollcan .... . no
Silvcrskin 113 Pelham i.hofl
III Swi A,r 110 Indicate 103
HI 1 hird race. futJrity course, selling 3-
IfHj A iar-ol(J.s and up
III Estraza JlDPIay Ball 103
! Hindoo Princess .114 Foxy Grandpa "l06
111 ldalum UDDusty Miller ... 103
III Too Froy 114 Bard Burns . lis
I The Lloutenant ..103 Aunt Polly . "no
HI M0ur,tn r,Vtce ?ne and one-sixteenth
nilles. handicap, 3-year-clds and up
HB Stroller 101 Barleyito .. . , ice
WMM Gateway 9 Fossil ino
III ?i,fLCr 1,La"t Kn'Bht ..::. 99
VB! Bombardier 103
IH r !l8ftandue' 'X furlonBS' sc,""ff. 3-year-
I Jecves 100 AV R Condon no
f'erro Santa 102 Dr. Bissell ' ... no
Romarlne 103 Revolt '"in?
Wtm The Mighty 110 Doublet "" m
HI ( Sixth race, one mile, l-ycar-olds 'and
HI ?;mo, JD'Or 101 San Nicholas ....no
tn Heather Honey .. 93 Ink 109
O W Trahcrn ...103 Oscar Tolio ...""loo
mam Byronordale ,. ,,103Formoro 102
HB1 Flying Torpedo ,..105 Elliott 'ln
HI Weather clear; track good.
HI Results at Bennings.
Hi BENNINGS. D. C. Nov. lS.-Rcsults:
HH race- furlongs Brooklvnite
HI Time j1'!?01"110 xec0I1(3. Panlque third.
Second race, six furlongs Surfrance
HI Time' in RoSC second Bravery third.
Third race, mile and forty vards An-
mmm row Mac won, Coppelia second, Charles
BV A Wood third. Time, 1:10.
Fourth race, six f uiiongs Monacodor
H 'ime 11- 3 r10"1 80cont1' Preen third,
mmm ,.F1',tl1 nice 1111,8 anJ sixty yards Ben
f rockott won, Nult Blancho second, Sll-
mmm vtJ. .00t thlrd- Time. IS 1-3 eccondB.
Sixth race, milo Jane Holly won, Pla-
J telle second, Cheripe third. Time, 1:42 3-C.
On Latonia Course,
n INCINNATI.Nov. 18.-Latonia sum-
JH r.'jiry: Jrirst race; ono mile King o the
East and "West Side Aggregations
Meet at Walker's Field This
Twenty-two husky youths representing
the East and West Side high schools will
clash this morning at 10 o'clock at Walk
er's Held lo settle the city championship
Neither tMim has met defeat thus far In
llm mm fty Din Mr.li al.ntl nlir, m tllnnell 111
and the greatest Interest Is centered in
the contest today.
This Is the first time In history that a
team from the East Side high school ever
played the West Side aggregation. The
former Is a much younger Institution and
not until this year did the school havo
a team to represent them In tho cham
pionship race. However, the East SIders
have much confidence In the ability of
their team this year and hopo to trim
Tho West Side aggravation hns made an
enviable record for Itself this year, de
feating All Hallows college on two dif
ferent occasions, trimming tho Ogden
high schol and holding tho heavy Aggies
to a small score. According to past per
formances the West SIders should win
Owing to tho big gome at Cummings
field this afternoon between the Universi
ty and Aggie elevens, the high school con
test will be played at Walker's field In
tho forenoon. The students of both
schools held football rallies yesterday and
tho indications are that they will be out
en masso to cheer their favorites.
Below is the line-up:
West Side. East Side
Harris , 1. e Bassetto
Hale 1. t Trcscder
Roberts 1. g HIncs
Richmond ....c Ware
Hcnnessy r. g Halm
Crltchlow r. t Pickering
Needham r. e Hammond
Groesbcck q. b Loofbourow
Dunn 1. h Halm
Richardson r, h Kcarns
Jndson f. b Moon
Contests on Gridiron.
At Bloomlngton, Ind Indiana Universi
ty 27. University of Kentucky 0
Valley won, Danube second, Idle third.
Time 1:41 li-
Second race, five and a half furlongs
Dutlnsky won. Python second. Stroud
third. Time 1:07.
Third race, seven furlongs Clgarllght
er won, Jake Greenberg second, Major
T. J. Carson third. Time 1:26.
Fourth race, steeplechase, full course
Rip won. Thorn Hcdgo second, Allegianco
third. Time 1:33.
Fifth race, five furlongs LIttIo Fraud
won, Flight second. Girl From Dlxlo
third. Time l:01i.
Sixth race, mile and fifty yards Varro
won. My Alice second, Ecklctlc third.
Tips on Oakland Races.
Special to Tho Tribune.
SAN FRANCISCO. Cal., Nov. IS. Tho
Examiner's Oakland tips for Saturday
First race Bronzo "Wing, Karabcl,
Second race Pelham, Silvcrskln, Sea
Third race Hindoo Princess, Bard
Burns, Aunt Polly.
Fourth race Bombardier, Fossil,
Fifth race The Mighty, W. R. Condon,
Sixth race Elliott, San Nicolas, G. W.
PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE.
Portland, 3; San Francisco, 3.
SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. Darkness
ended a tie game between Portland and
San Francisco today. The game was an
ordinary affair, and had little or no In
teresting periods. Score-
R. IT. E.
Portland 200 000 001-3 7 2
San Francisco COO 100 0113 5 1
Batteries Starkell and Kellackcy; Cor
bett and .Gorton I
Los Angeles, 5; Oakland, 2.
LOS ANGELES, Nov. IS. Mosklman's
home run in tho seventh inning, with one
man on bases, gave Oakland tho only iuns
It scored off Newton today, and saved
that team from a shut-out. Los Angeles
won by heavy and opportune batting and.
clean fielding. Score;
R. II, E.
Los Angeles .. 001 400 00' 5 10 0
Oakland i 00 0 2C0 2 S 3
Batteries Newton and 6pl-3; Mo.ikl
man and Byrne. Umplro McDonald.
Seattle, 5; Tacoma, 3.
FRESNO, Cal., Nov. IS. In an uninter
esting game Seattle won from Tacoma
today by the score of 5 to 3. Thomas of
Tacoma was an easy mark, fifteen hlt3
being made off him. Poor pitching mode
the game 1 all' Seattle. Score:
R. H. E.
Seattle 001 001 012-T. 15 1
Tacoma 000 010 0023 7 4
Batteries Williams and Blankensh.'p;
Thomas and Graham. Umpire Parrlne.
, Will Wot Fight Negro.
SPOKANE, Wash , Nov. IS. "The storv
that I have agreed to fight Jack John
son is not true," stated James J. Jef
fries this afternoon. "I will no"ver fight
a negro back to the boiler-works lit at.
I am entirely In the hands of the press
and the people. Any white man they
choose I will fight on six weeks' notice.
Unless thlB is done before a great while,
I will retire from the ring and be tho
only retired champion."
Via Oregon Short Line and Union
St. Louis and return 542.50
Chicago and return 47,50
ChlcKgo and return.vla St Louis.. 47.60
St. Louis and return via Chicago.. 48.75
Through Pullman sleepers.
Tickets on sale Tuesdays and Fridays,
See agenlf for particulars.
City Ticket Ofllce. 201 Main St.
Bube Smith Knocked Out.
DENVER, Colo,. Nov. IS. Jimmy Gard
ner of Lowell. Mass.. tonight knocked
out Rubo Smith of Denver, In the fifth
round of a scheduled ten-round bout
With the exception of the second round
when Smith fioored Gardner with a right
to the wind, the Lowell boy had the but
ter of the milling. The men fought ut
once and you'll never use another
'soap. What woman would not
save half a' wash-day?
State Championship Is
Both Teams Trained to the
Minute and Confident
Throng of Aggio Rooters "Will Come
' Down This Morning to See
! v ! 'V 4 " ' ! "!"$ v 'V
'b How tho Teams Line Up. J
v a. c. u. of u.
-b Roberts l.e.r Pitt r
J Nelson l.t.r l'etcrson -J
r Hanson l.R.r Carlson
I Peterson c Robbins 'b
'b Mortensen r.ff.l Barton r
b Olsen r.t.l Hope
r Kadlltz r.e.l Anderson
Fcnii (ib,. Wade (captain) -b
4 Madscn (captain). l.h.r Brown -J
I Jardlnc r.h.l Ruesoll
b Egbert.... fb . Bennlon
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Football eyes In Utah today arc di
rected to Cummlngs'fl field, where this
afternoon the Aprlcultural college and
the University of Utah gridiron heroes will
battle for the Stnte championship. It Is
tho big game of the year, and upon its
outcome rests tho question of football su
premacy in Utah. ' Both teams are pre
pared to make the fight of their lives,
and, no matter who wins, the struggle
doubtless will be ono of tho fiercest ever
witnessed on a local gridiron.
Aggies Looking Well.
The Aggies are now the State cham
pions. It Is up to them to defend the
title, and, according to authentic advices
from the northern city, they will enter tho
contest this afternoon well prepared to
do so. Couch Campbell has been work
ing overtime to put his men In the best
possible shape, and, according to all the
"dope" that can bo secured, the Aggies
were never in better trim than they are
today. They are down hero to win, and
if It lies In their power to down the "IT"
eleven, they can bo depended upon to
"U" Team in Good Shape,
The members of tho University tear., are
in grand shape for the struggle, and they
are confident of victory. "We do not put
much stock In the tnlrq flint hiivn onmo,
down from the northern city about tho '
Aggies' weakness," said one of them yes
terday, "and wo are not overconfident.
We expect a tough game, but we believe
wo will be able to trim them,"
Coach Maddock has dono everything In
his power to make a winning "machine '
out of the material at hand. He was not
quite so foitunate In securing big, strong
men as was Coach Campbell, and he had
more green men to whip into line. But
he has worked faithfully, and. with the
assistance of D. A. Callahan. Dr. C. G.
Plummer, R. H. Channlng, Frank Ander
Bon and Dr. Van Cott. he has perfected
a piece of mechanism which the "V"
rooters confidently believe will wrest the
championship from their northern rivals.
Arrived Yesterday Morning.
Tho Aggies arrived in Salt Iake yes
terday morning and spent the day In rest
ing up They did no practice work what
ever, and will do none before lining up
for the struggle on Cummlngs's field this
afternoon. Between -100 and GOO Aggie
rooters will come down from Logan this
morning on a special train. They have
a special section of bleachers reserved for
them, and, with the assistance of a brass
band, will endeavor to make tholr pres
ence felt at the game this afternoon. Tho
"U" enthusiasts have a section of seats
reserved for themselves, and. with tho
asslstanco of another brass band, they,
too, will raise a disturbance. The keen
est rivalry prevails, though the students
and faculties of both Institutions insist
that there Is no hard feeling.
Very Little Betting.
Very few bets have been made on the I
outcome of the contest. There seems to
be considerable money back of each ag
gregatlon, but little has been placed, ow-
The easiest way to be sure
of good tea : Schilling's Best.
our grocer-ret urn your money if you don't likeit.
inc to the frict that the enthusiasts can
not agree on u price. The "U" rooters am
willing to wager oven money, hut tho
Log-an siportn aro holding out for odds, de
spite iu fact Hint their eleven was vic
torious laHt year.
Varsity tho Favorite.
"DopeHtem ' figure that the ' U" eleven
should bo a slight favorite". Tho local
rooters pin toelr hopeu on ''Hurry-Up Jog"
Maddock'H ability. The Michigan tackle
has not had an abundance of material,
but they figure that his "machine" will
be able to tear holes In tho Aggio line
today. Salt L.-ikors have had littlo op
portunity -f watching their team work,
but Judging from their work against Mon
tana and the soldiers, the football fans
expect to sec them win today.
Up In Logan un entirely different feel
ing prevails. Although the Aggies were 1
badly be.iten while on the const, the
Loiran rooters aesert that the team Is
plenty strong enough to down the "U"
How They Will Play.
Tho Aggies probably will depend upon
straight line-plunges for their gains. Tho
Logan forwards are very heavy and tho
northerners feel that they will be able
to tear holes in the "V" line through
which the backs can make good gaina.
It Is possible that Campbell may attempt
to run the "Varsity endu. but this course
probably would result disastrously, as tln
Logan men have not shown enough speed
to give them any license to skirt the
'Varsity extremes. The Aggies probably
will hurl their concentrated wnlght
against the opposing guards and tackles,
in hope of battering openings In tho line.
Their play no doubt will be slower and
more mas3cd thaji that of tho locals.
' Maddock has guarded zealously tho se
crets by which he expects to down tho
visitors this afternoon. From the work
of tho "U" team In past games, It would
seem that will depend largely upon end
runs to mako his gains. However, he ,
may do Just what he Is not expected
to do und direct his attack at Logan's
Gamo Called nt 2:30.
The contest will begin at 2:M p. m.f a
little carllor than usual. In order to al
low tho visitors to catch an early train
for tho north. The officials havo not
yet been decided upon
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