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4 THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, SUN3 IVIOttNJNG, JUNE 9, H)07.
I old" fitz is still
I GAME 16 FIGHT
I Edwards Trying i' Arrange a
Fistic Carnival for the
THb'inp SpeciO.1 Sporunc Service.
NEW YORK. .Innr- v If all the
plflns of Harry Edwards of the Na
tional AtEletic club of Philadelphia go.
through , the week between July 13
and 22 wUl see the making of some no
tabl4 prize ring history. He expects
to have three great bouts on for the de:
lactation of the Elks, who will hnM
their grand lodge in the Quaker City ;ii
that time. These are the matches now
Bob Fitzsimmone v. Jack Johnson
Joe Gane vs. Jimmy Gardner.
Abe Attell vs. Tommy O'Toole
There are at least five greed fighters
in this list. huI Pitssimmone maj prove
that he is still great. None of the
matches have been closed, but Fitzsim
mone has said that he will meet sny
one and thai he will nor drain s Mason
and Dixon line, so that he will not
hesitate at the eolor of Johnson. All
the big men of the country have been
sidestepping I he black man for two
vears or more. S;nn Fltzpatrick IS
handling Johnson business affairs, and
as he has said thai the big negro is
auxious to inert the Cornishniati the
managers of the rlub il" not anticipate
much trouble is Closing the match.
The contest between Joe Qans and
Jimmy Gardner will bo the most inter,
esting of the lights. Both of these men
are top notchers, and Qans is probably
the greatest: man ai his weight in the
ring today. Gardner has jut added to
his laurels by beating Harrj Lewis at
Denver (ians, who t now in Balti
more, ha told the managers of t he club
that he is willing to fight it there is
anything in it. and it is believed that
he' will bo satisfied with Gardner at 136
or 140 pounds.
I SAGEBRUSH FIGHT EXPENSES
It Costs. $n890 to Open the Doors for
Boxing Contests in Nevada.
Tribune Special Sperling Service
GOLDFIELD, Nov . June 8. The Pol ;
lowing table, made out by Matchmaker
.lack Ourley, gives an idea whal it i-osts
to pull off a prize fight in Nevada
Sintc Urpnse $1i)n !
County license 16-1
For medical examination 20
Hem. arena and lisrlit BOO
Preliminary (not less) ."o
Preliminary license, etc 1,046
Referre service 500 1
Transportation and expense Or
wind-up flgliters 1 000
Referee's atvi matchmakers' trav
eling expenses 300
Printing, bill-posting, stamps, etc 200
Dlsplac ads in local papers (four).. 200
Miscellaneous (at least) 500 .
fi Toial $5,S90 I
On this showing, in order for the
Club to make any profit, the gross tc- I
beipts must exceed SI 1 .780. as the
windup attraction receives 50 per cm!
of the entire gross gate receipt1.
ISILER WILL REFEREE.
Gans and Gardner May Tight at Tono
pah July 4
Tribune Special Sporting Service.
BALTIMORE, .Tune S. Joe Gans.
the lightweight champion, and Jimmy
Gardner, the clever pugilist of Lowell,
Mass., who secured a decision over
Harry Lewis m a lo round bout at Den
ver, Col., recently, will probably be 1
matched to meet in a finish fight at
Goldfieid, Nov., on the afternoon of
July 4. A purse of $20,000 has bi en
offered to the men to battle for, and us
rhev are anxious to come together the
chances are that they will !oo no time
in Mgning the articles of agreement. If
they fight George Siler will If selected to
referee the contest.
O'Brien Mixes Berger.
Tribune .Special Sporting Service.
SAN FRANCISCO, June 8. Phila
delphia Jack O'Brien's confession has
proven a vertiable bombshell in Iooal
pugilistic circles. The portion of Jachfs
I confession which appears to have ere-
ated the most local interest is thai
I which pertains to the Berger-0 Brian
1 bom, in Philadelphia. The universal
query i " What has Berger to sav ?
J Berger himself strenuously denies .ill of
O'Brien's assertions aud in unmeasured
terms brands O'Brien as a theatrical
I faker, who cannot gracefully re; ire from
The Limelight. "Why," said Berger,
"the very absurdity of O'Brien 's state
L ment astounds me. The ide;i of any
sane person meeting his opponent Ehe
I night, before the battle as O'Brien
I claims I did. is utterly on! of The qui -
tion. I have prepared here statement
I that T think will cover the ground "
I In his Matamenr. Berger Bays: "I
I hardlv think it aecessarj to engage, in
I any further discussion with a man of
I O'Brien's calibre, whom I consider a
I lying, conceited ass. who taks this op-
I portunity to accoanl in some manner
I for the sound threshing I gave him in
I Three Boats for Kiel
Tribune Special Sporting Service.
BOSTON June 8. June 18, 10 and
20 have been selected as the d;itc? for
the ?onderklasse trial ' rai's bv the
Eastern Yacht club. Three boats are to
he selected to send to Kie-1 to cum
pete with the German boats for the
cup offered bv the Emperor and later
to go to San Sebastian to race for King
Alfonso's pri.es. The pri,.-s for the
trial races are cups offered by Captain
('harles Hayden, The courses will be
the same as last year, windward or
leeward three miles to a leg. twelve
miles in all, or triangular, two miles to
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There was. grief in New York fandom when the Chicago Oubfl left the city or. their recent visit. Cartoonist Ifcor. here shown BOine of Hie reasons for
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ENGLISLH WOMEN TAKE
Have Club and Hun Races, and
Some Women Hire Out
Tritmno Special Sporting Service.
LONDON, June 8. To those who for
any considerable time have driven au
tomobiles in this country nothing is
more remarkable than the rapid in
crease in the number of Indies whom
one meets driving their own cars. In
deed, in the course of any afternoon
inn in the neighborhood! of Lon
doD or near any of our great cities,
to pass other cars driven by ladies is
an incident so ordinary as not even to
excite remark. And now that women
are beginning lo enter the arena as pro
fessional chauffeurs, with the idea of
driving automobiles al t regular week
ly wage, il may be interesting to uote
the names of some of these gentle
women who hy their own example have
done so much in (he past to popularize
driving among women.
It may not be generally known that
there is an automobile club for ladies;
it ha its heudquartcrs at Olaridge'B
hotel, where it possesses most comfort
able premises. There are h very large
number of members, and the Duchess
of Sutherland is the president, the vice
president and committee being com
posed of ladies, many of whom are the
wives of men whose names are house
hold word in the world, of motoring.
Some time ago this club held a com
pel M ion in Raneleigh Park, in which
the Competitors were the Hon Airs.
Maurice Gifi'ord. Mesd.'imos Harry Ad
anis, Bra eel Amaden, T. H. Browne,
Neville Copland, Campbell Parrar.Her
berl Lloyd, B, Manvule and Aliases
Dorothy Bird, P. Kdmnnds. May Howes,
and Hilda M. Krabbe. all of whom drove
their own ears just, as well ,-is, and in
some cases, better than an mere man
would have done in various teats and
trials, which comprised a bending race,
a crawling race, tiltinc at the wheel,
The Duchess of Sutherland may lyll
be eonsidf red our most distinguished
ladt motorist, Mrs. Herbert Lloyd, of
Adding! on. Surrey, la si year took fifth
place in the Henry Kdinonds hill climb.
driving her own car in open competi
tion with professional men drivers. Mrs.
Lloyd has invented various novelties
in connection with motor cars Mrs.
Edward Kennard. of Market H.irbor
oiigh. the well known sporting novel
ist, has driven many thousands of miles,
and is the pioneer of motor cycling
for women. Miss Daisy Eampson is a
most, expert chauffeus and has won
OFF FOR ALASKA
Ball Plsyers Will Try Game in Zero
Country for Change.
Tribune Special Sporting Service'.
SAN FRANCISCO, June S. The an
nual exodus of bail players to Masks
has begun. bunch of players lefl :
i last week on the Humboldt, and while
i they left here as good friends, they will
meet as fierce enemies on the diamond.
Among the number were "Father
Tom' Kelly, Paddy Welch, McNamee,
Plank and Marshall, the two latte,
youngsters who. were tried out bv the
Vancouver team. "Father Tom1' be
can the rounds earlv bidding his
friends goodby and a'-kinj; if it was
true they called the games in tli mid
night league at ll o'clock ai night.
oi KlopI told him that folks had fco
paint the teis bla. k up there so tho
could sleep at nilif. and that. I he air
w:, so rare that any kind of a sprinter
could do a hundred in leu flat, Tom
1 made a note of that, so the news will
come sifting down from the North pret
tv soon that Tom has had a footrace.
'Com is going to pitch for Skagwai and
Paddy Welch will throw for White
Horse. Between L, .nil's I lie boys will
work with n surveying party
DUMONT IN DANGER
I Bungling Workman Wrecks Balloon and
Owner Has Narrow Escape.
PARIS, ,lune 8 Santos llumonl had
a narrow escape todaj Prom sustaining I
serious injuries, if not losing his life.
He started to tr a new airship at .
, daylight in a field at Bagatelles, rhe
machine was mounted on bicycle wheels '
I and was ailing along at B rapid pat e
preparatory to making a flight when
I a bungling workman tightened the
guide rope, causing the tail of 8 BUI all
: balloon above the aeroplane to gag,
with the result that the propeller
touched the ground, rebounded and 1
ripped open the gas bag. Fortunately, j
Santos Dumont Bhut off the motor in
I time to prevent an explosion being
Caused by Ihe escaping gas. The aero
I nn ut was badly shaken up. but is not
discouraged and will try again as soon
as his combination balloonraeroplane ap
naratus is repaired. He hopes eventual-
! ly to develop a speed of about one huu-
dred kilometers an hour.
CHOKER WAS JUBILAHT
OVER WINNING DERBY
V;is Not Con fid en I d' Victory,
hut Fell Orby Would Be
Tribune 8pe lal PporiinK Service.
LONDoX. June 8. To a representa-
tive of the Associated Press Mr.
Oroker said, Bpeaking in regard to the
"Yea, 1 have attainod the smbtyion
of my life at leasi the ambition I
have had since I first (took up the spoil ;
j of racing and the desire. I believe, i
i of every owner of a racing stable on
this side of the waii-r, as well a?- of
many Americans, it is a groat thing
to win the derby, the niont famous
; race in the calendar of the racing
j world, and how proud I am to have
accomplished this I have not words to ,
express. I am very, very proud, and
very, very happy, especially as Orbv
Was bred and raised in my stable. I
having brought his dam from America
as a filly j canuot say that 1 fell
'sure of winning, but still I bad the
greatest, confidence in Orby, and was
certain he would yive a good account
. of himself aud be among tho first
group at the finish. He is .1 grind
Horse, and if all goes well he- will ad I
many laurels to this, tho greatest cf
all racing honors. Orby is entered for
the Royal Hunt cup at. Ascot thifl
month, as ve)l as for ihe St. Lcaor,
but I have not had time to i e
whether he is to run or not. I think,
however, that he will.
As to what he had given I.viff for
winning. .Mr. Crokei replied:
"That is between Johnny and ise.
I would like you to say, however, that
i the report that 1 off. red Maher $7500
1 to ride Orby is without foundation.
Miiher would have ridden for me if he
could, but he had a previous engage
ment, and I made him no offer of an
When asked by the Associated Press
this afternoon about the Newmarket
incident. Mr. I'roker said:
I "Don't say anything about it; it
was forgotten long ago.''
Even before he let I the track Mi.
I Crokcr was handed many congratula
I tory telegrams. BJSj there was an
j avalanche of such messages awaiting
I him upon his arrival in London. His
secretary had spread them all out un
opened on a large, BQUare table, the
cablegrams from AmtriCS on one side.
I and the telegrams from all parts of I
I Great Britain on the other. Together :
they more than covered the table, and i
hundreds more same in "luring the !
evening. These messages seemed to
please Mr Crokcr greatly. For the
moment he became a young man again,
and he was even more excited than his
niece, Mrs. Bowman, who ran around
the table picking nnl Ihe messages ad-
dressed to her.
As the pile of American cablegrams
grew, Mr. Creker, looking supremely
happy, said to the Associated Press:
''Please send my thanks and best
wishes to my American friends, it
will 1 1 k . roe weeks to answer all these
personally. ' '
Mr. ("roker bad invited a party of
' friends to dinner this evening, but ir
' was a lata hour before they sat down
to the table, the race having to be run
over again many times, as friends and
acquaintances, including Americana
and Englishmen, came in to offer their
congratulations. Sara Darling, ihe
trainer of Blieve Oallion, and one of
the besl judges of horses in Rn gland,
said he had only seen Orby om-e he
fore the race, but he had formed a
good opinion of him.
' lie is a splendid horse,"' sail Mr.
Darling, ''ami Mr. 'inker is to be con
gratulated on owning him. He was
I well ridden torla;. . Reiff iwd good
judgment in not hanging too closely to
I the favorite in the earlv stages of the
race. SHeve Gallion also g a magnifi
cent horse, but ho had not the slaying
i.ow ore of Orby.
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His First Exhibition Waa Too
(iooil for h Majority of
Tribune Special sporting Service.
NK.w STORK, June S. Johnny
Hummers Ihe little Britisher is just
spoiling for a flffht. He and his stubby
trainer. All Wicks, are at New Dorp.
Sraten Island. fiddling their nine
away, When tbej might be in the ring
pum moling the heads of half a dozen
likely looking and ambitious American
candidates lor the leather-weight
championship of the world.
"We want a fojght," said Mr.
"I'm ready.'' said Johnny, who is
not so eloquent as his trainer.
Previous to the contest with Tommy
Murphy in Philadelphia il was thought
when the match was over all the
bright young fellows of the ring would
fall over themselves in their efforts
to gei on matches with the Kug
liahman. Pur they didn't fall. Those
of them who saw the speed of Sum
mers, who saw him move and hit as
fast as Abe Attell, the fastest Ameri
can in the ring today, and land blows
four times as powerful, did not
fancy a meeting with him. Charley
Harvey, the manager, has not received
a challenge tronl any A meric.ni fighter
since the eontest. with the single'
exception of Tommy Murphy. So con-
Bdent were Tommy and his manager,
Johnny Oliver, thai the Harlem tighter
could heal Bummers if the two met
again, thai the challenge had been
issued before the brace of pugs had
lefl Philadelphia on their way back
to New York. But the match was
not elosedi Since that time, however,
an agi cement has been reached that
the two shall meet again in rhe latter
naif of .Tune or the (ir-M week of July
En fact, it may be considered settle!
thai they will tight again within six
weeks. In i he meantime Johnny is
sitting down twiddling his tapering
fingers. while be consumes three
(pounds of beefsteak and a pint of ale
each day, but he would rather be earn
MUST CURB RACING.
New Orleans Reported to Hive Gone.
Mad on Sport.
Triiniiie Special Spoiling Service.
NF.u ORLEANS, June 8. The turf
war between the two merry-no-rounds
which have been running full blast
sin-e the shut down of the two bi
race tracks and the ubsequenl demor
alization from free at-s and all sorts
of gambling, has already become an is
sue in the state campaign. Colonel
Theodore S. W ilkinson !' Plaqueminc,
candidate foi Governor, in hi-' liis' cam
paign speech at Alexandria, discussed
the race brack evils iii Louisiana and
declared unequivocally for a state Bae.
ing Commission to regulate the sport,
in Louisiana. He declared that rac
ing had rurr mad in vv Orleans and
that the present demoralization from
all year round racing, summer and win
ter." including Sundays and threatened
night racing, had gone beyond th
limit, and it must be curbed. He de
Clared thai the youth of New Orleans
were being led astray and that the
Stale must take a hand, else all racing
would be killed in this State. The posi
tion of Colonel Wilkinson has met. with
PITCHERS AND MOISTURE.
Jones Wishes to See Spit. Ball Abolished
Tribune SpeoiaJ Sporting Service.
NEW STORK, .lune 8. Fialder .Tones
v-anls the "spil ball" abolished He
says: "Two years ago, when I made
my fust kick against the 'spit ball.'
Cnesbro and Howoll were practically
the only 'spit ball' pitchers. Now. In
the American league, Chicago has
Walsh and Smith; Cleveland has Lieb-
hardt. Rerger and Rhode--; Philadelphia,
Dygert; New Fork, Orth and Brocket t;
Boston, Winter and Print! : Detroit,
Mullln and Willett, and St Louis,
Howell and Morgan. By another year
there may be twice as mane, and it
would be no surprise to see all the
; pitcher within a few years using this
delivery; which injures the game Now
I is the tiine to ai. Let the league in
I Struct its umpires to Call B ball every
' time a pitcher Q8eS sain a. and this de-
1 livery will be killed in snort ofaer. 1
I Then we will sec a stop put to star i
I pitchers being made of twirlers vyho j
j (lave nothing but plenty of moisture."
Bc!ihag's Friends Expect Him to
i Bronk Some of the Lous Records. I
I Tribune Speolal Sporting Service.
KEW YOEK, dune S. George V.
Bonhag, America's champion distance!
I runner and conqueror of 'fom Long- j
I boat, the Indian, has started on an
outdoor campaign which may carry
I him through the season. Though Bon
I nag is extremely modest in his expec- 1
I tanons, his friends are enthusiastic
over the great two-miler's prospects.
! Taking all things into consideration
it is entirely possible that Bonhag may
I SCt up some noW American rrcnrels this
Granting that Bonhag af.lains the
form that enabled him to smash all the I
indoor records last Winter, he will cet
tainly have a chance a! all the
Standing records between two ami five
mile?. Here are the marks that Port j
hag's friends hope to gee him plav '
Dai 00 with this summer:
Two miles ft: 87 4-5, Alex Grant.
Two and one quarter miles
10:52 4-5, W. D. Pay.
Two and one half miles 12:103-5,
w I). Day.
Two and three quarter miles !
1 ::' I W. 1' Da v.
Three miles 14:39. W. Di Pay.
Three and one half miles 17 12, T. ;
Three and three-quarter miles ;
10rl, W P Pa v.
Pour .'iid one-half miles 22:59 4-5)1
E, C. Carter.
Five miles 2.":23 3-."5. E. C. Carter.
The four-mile record is already on
il:" books to Bonhag s credit. The '
distance champion i none too opti j
mistic about Ins jirescnt form.
Miss Sutton Is Defeated.
MANCHESTER, England, dune 8.
In the northern champion tennis meet
ing here today Mnv Sutton of Cali
fornia was defeated in the final by
Mrs. Starry (formerly Mis Cooper), the
English champion, by 7-3, (-0.
Teams Trade Pitchers.
BOSTON, .lune 8. Pitcher Wilbam j
Dynecn, of the Boston American base
ball team, has been traded to the St.
Louis team of the same league for ;
Pitcher .lacobsen and a cash bonus of i
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