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I R THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, FRIDAY tOROTNG, JAjSTUABY 12, 1912.
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I Jeff Gets Pretty Fresh Himself Once in a While . ::; By "Bud" Fisher
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IHIGH SCHOOL TEAMS
WH SI BASKETBALL
University Preps Are Beaten
. by One-Sided Score of
78 to 20.
MIDGETS ARE INVINCIBLE
Second Five Also Wrests Vic
tory From L. D. S. Sopho-
mores, 34 to 24.
The high school basketball team de
feated Uic university preps at the high
school gymnasium yesterday in a one
sided game, by ,i score of 7S to 20. The
high school team' started out In this lead
iiud was never In danger throughout the
The preps only made five baskets the
first half and four the second half and
tiiey threw two fonl baskets. The hlsh
: school team did hoi make a point on a
foul basket during the whole panic. All
K points wore made on tlcld baskets. The
f. high school tea m showed a great Iin-
Iprovcmonl In '.his came over the game
with the Granite team last Friday night.
Mclntyre, at center, nmdc the passing a
lot better. Other stars . for the high
school team were Hawlcy and Ward.
HawKy tundo -J2 points out of the 7S
points for the team. The star for the
preps was Ruggorl. at lefL forward. It
was through his playing- that iho preps
made what points they did. The teams
lined up as follows;
1 J tell School. U. Props.
Hawlcy If UucKorl
Pyhc rf Wood
Mclntyre c Smith
Wurd lg Paul
"Wilson rg Brown
I teferco Gingrich.
In the two preliminary sanies the two
high school teams defeated their oppo
nents. The high school second team de
feated the I... D. S. sophomores by a
wore of to -1 and the high school
Midgets won from the Y. M. C. A. Jun
iors by a score of 'J to (J. Both these
games were fust and exciting from the
llvsi whittle. The Midget -Y. M C. A.
game was In doubt until the last whistle.
The first half ended with a score of 5 !
lo j in favor of the Midgets and thej
store was kept this way until the last
fow minutes, when the Midgets made two
Ik-Id baskets. The star for the Midgets
was Captain Mayne. at left forward.
In the high school second team and the
'.. U. S. game, the high school team
managed to keep the load throughout the
I game. The star for the second team was
Jones, wbo threw six 'Held baskets. The
iii:! Tor Hut I.. J"). S. team was Malton,
who made live Held baskets. The teams
lined up as follows:
II. S. Seconds. L. D. S. Sophs,
tones rf Hal ton
Young If McCultough
Wallace. .'. ; Mason
"a boon rg Wood
SlUdowny, Yatus k' Thunnan.
U. R. Mldgcti-. Y. M. C- A. .Irs.
Alnvnr If Mcl-ean
homwy rf CUne
li. Ifoiniiey c Jarvis
3.couaid.. . Ig. . . . Bean
iJ cy. Ci. Koinncy . ,rg Jones
IWOLGAST TO CROSS
CONTINENT IN CAR
LuS ANC5 ISLES. Cal- Jan. 11. Ad
M'olgaat. lightweight Hiamplon pugilist
rf the world, who mi .Vovembftr -0 un
derwent an operation for appendicitis
and who more recently was threatened
with an attack of pneumonia, bought an
Hitomobllr today and announced that he
would muke an antonioblln trip from 7-os
Angeles to lila home. Cadillac. Mich.,
during ihc llrst part of April. He added
that Mra. Wolgast would drive the entire
ilintance. Wolgast said In? would prob
ably enter the ring again July I, but did
not know who his adversary would lie.
M'COY IN PARIS
liv International Xcws Service.
ROCHESTER. X. Y.. Jan. 11, Miko
Tonovan. the crack local middleweight
boxer, who haa probably engaged In more
tontcsts than any man in the business,
todn, received a cable from Paris offer
Irg him a matc'n with Kid McCoy, who
last night defeated George Gunther in a
leu-round bout in the Freneh capital.
Ponovan's manager mvo ho will accent
i'ii offer provided McCoy agrees to fix
the date after March 1".
IPACKEY'S FOE TOO
ILL TO GO IN RING
F lulrrnatlonal News Service.
TORONTO. Ont., Jan. 11. Packey
McFarland of Chicago did not fight here
tonight, an his opponent. Kid Albert of
w York, wiuj taken Middcnly ill after
dinner with ptomaine poisoning and at
a late hour this evening doctors were
jnl working over him. llo is seriously
I Morau to Box Mnndot.
I 1 NEW ORLEANS. Jan. 11. The West
Side Athletic club management nan an
B nounced that an agreement has bn
tM signed by Owen Moran to meet Joe Man
l dot here February IS In a twenty-round
fM 1)0111 The men posted 4-50 forfeit to
makfl 133 pounds ring aide.
Jack Johnson Takes Count of
Nine Twice, But Bout Is Fake
Dusk' Champion Defies Boxing Commissioner to
Prevent Him Fighting in .New York.
By Sam P. Hall, Jr.
CHICAGO, Jan. 11. Jack Johnson',
supposedly invincible champion heavy
weight or the world, look the nine count
twice today in a battle staged in the ring
of O'Connell's syif asiuin.
A "white hope" named Hlrscli. who
heretofore has not ha1 much notice In
the public prints, turned the trick, to
the great astonishment and amusement
of the crowd which packed the Slutc
street homo of the boxers.
Johnson apparently wajt all but ul
each time, arising only with the great
est effort and with a look or pain on
his face which showed plainly what he
was suffering from the terrific punches
doled out by the new wonder.
A left Lo the jaw sent him down the
first time and a risht to the same spot
upset him In the following round, 'the
champion was so badly stung that at
the close of one round he walked to
Hlrsch'3 comer and hung limply over
the ropes. The bell had saved him.
His seconds led him back to his chair
and slapped him into shape for another
The surprise came In the (bird bout
of Johnson's afternoon of sparring, llo
had cuffed Walter Monahan and Marty
Cutler about In easy fashion for six
rounds. Tie gave Cutler more than the
laiter was anticipating, as a black eye
and cut Hp testified. Then came Hlrscli.
tho latest ''white hope." Three desper
ate rounds followed in which the men
fought savagely rough and tumble, stand
ing up, Iviifg down and vesting on their
knees. Johnson audibly thanked the
time-keeper when the final bell was rung
However. If James J. Corbett could
have seen the bout ho would have been
able to prove Johnson a faker and an ar
tistic one at that. For the "hope" was
"Special Delivery" Tllrsch. the little 120
poiindcr. who promises to become a
featherweight star. Johnson and he put
on nine rounds of vaudeville that any
theatrical manager would pay a high
price to get. Johnson's antics were com
ical in the extreme. He performed just
like a big colored follow who was talcing
a beating in a battle royal and was look
ing for a chance to jump out of the
The gvmnasium rang with laughter as
Jack carried out the comedy, dropping
to the floor with an appearance of un
told suffering and staggering to his feet
each time the crowd, which acted as ref
eree, counted "nine." lie gave a per
fect Imitation of a boxer in distress and
was ably assisted by JTlrsch. who is rap
Idly becoming a first-class clown under
Johnson'-s mood changed, however,
when, after boxing, he was shown the
New York story which said Roxlng Com
missioner O'Neill would not permit him to
"New York cannot injure mo in thai
way," said Jack, "because I do not
want lo box there. But T don't like to be
barred without any just reason, and. what
Is more, I will show them they can't bar
tnc. I am going to New York before
long and I defy Commissioner O'Neill lo
stop mo if lm permits others lo box.
Those fellows arc sore down there i
cauae when they started trying to sign
me for matches T told them T wouldn't
appear in New York unless a Chlcaso
"Do you know why they try lo bar
me In New York and London? Well, it in
becaupe they know no white man alive
can whip me. They believe in their
hearts that Jack Johnson Is the greatest
fighter that ever lived and just because
he is colored they don't want to give hlni
"Why. Jf thev hHd a big white follow
in New York "that they thought could
trim me, there wouldn't be tho slight
est objection in the -world to tho mntch.
They would let mo fight Jeannette. too.
because he also is colored. Lbil just be
cause I have It on the white fellows,
they ?ay. 'Let's bar him.' That's not
Justice and I will leave It lo any fair
minded person If It Is."
Johnson shot another broadside al Jim
Corbett today also and fome lively
things may hanpon when Corbett gets
here with a theatrical company next
"Corbett savs he could have whipped
me ten years ago. .ay. f could hav
heaton Jirn Corbett every afternoon just
for fun. when lie was at his very best;
He iifvor knocked out a good man. John
L. Sullivan and Charlie Mitchell were fat
dead ones when he fought -thorn.
I "Corbett never whs a world's cham
pion either- lie was only American chnm-
plon. That was all ( Sullivan was. be
cause he refused to box' Peter Johhnou.
And Corbett got the title Sullivan hud.'
Bob Fif.Hinimons was ' Ihc first real
Johnson received another lclter from
Dan MeKclrick. Joe Jeaunelten man
ager, and was stirred up a bit. by the
contents. Johnson had been offered Sir,,.
000 for the figlit. McKetrlck now ofrrs
to give ?n000 more. JoaiinoUe's end. John
aon c.m'l sec It. He wants 530,000 or
"This McKetrlck makes me tired." said'
Jack. "At first lie said Jeannette was a
Marathon fighter, that Ik- could boat nie
over a route, but would have no chance
in ton rounds. Now he wants to make It
ten rounds and bunk the public, because
he knows I can make loe look foolish.
However, if ho comes across with a ?"0.
000 bid he can have a ten-round whirl
before I box Flynn."
BARS CHAMPION IN NEW YORK.
Boxlnn Commissioner Says Contest Would
Be Against "Public Policy."
N WW YORK. Jan. 1 1 If Frank O'Neill
of tho recently created stale athletic
commission has anything lo say about
It. Jade Johnson will not don a glove
for a contest within tne limits of New
York state. There has been talk of stag
ing a sborl bout here for Johnson as a.
preliminary to the proposed match with
Jim Flynn In Nevada.
"13ut." ' Haiii Commissioner O'Neill to
day. "I his commission was created to
control boxing and we're, going to control
II. 1 have come, to the conclusion it is
against public policy and expediency to
have Johnson box here. This Is final."
I O'Neill added that In the event any
promoters should Insist on putting on a
Johnson bout here ho would resign.
"And that.' he concluded, "would stop
ASKS DAMAGES OF JOHNSON.
Promoter Accused by Dusky Champion
Says He Never Met "LII Ahthuli."
By International News Service.
.N15W YORK. Jan. 11. John Arthur I
Johnson, champion heavyweight of the
world, is In bad up this way. Recently
Johnson Issued a ukase In which he
said that Jim Corbett and II. IT. France,
tho theatrical manager, had offered
Johnson 5100.000 to lie down to Al Kauf
man. Corbett. who Is in Boston this
week, says Johnson is a liar. So docs
Frazce. and ho goes Corbett one butter
by entering a suit against the champion
for defamation of character.
"It Is ridiculous to think thai I would
offer Johnson anything to lie down,"
shouted Frazee upon arriving here to
day. "I never met Johnson and would
not even speak to him If he was pointed
out to me. You can rest assured that.
I shall make him pay heavily for his
statements regarding me. I don't be
lieve Corbett ever made such statements
as he is credited with. Johnson's ac
tions show that he Is merely seeking
It was only a few days ago that John
son swore to an affidavit charging Cor
bett and Frazoc with trying to have
him throw a light. If he cannot sub
stantiate his statements he Is liable for
COnBETT THREATENS JOHNSON.
California!! Intimates That Trouble Will
Follow When They Meet In Chicago.
By International News Service.
BOSTON. Jan. 11. "I will credit .lack
Johusnu with the. title of gentleman
in fo far as he had the tact to" say that
he will be ready lo mcol rno In a merry
free-for-all wlu-u we meet in Chicago,"
remarked Jim Corbett when ha had fin -ishd
reudlng the dispatches rrom Chi
cago this afternoon regarding the contro
versy between himself and Jack Johnson.
"I-Io knows belter thnn to start any
thing with me." continued Corbett
"I have his number at every turn. Be
lieve inc. if once ho extends his hand to
greet inc. I will make that square nose of
liis flatlt-r than It haa ever been. He
wants me to send my proofs of the fake
fight with Kaufman that he Jndulgcd In
to Chicago. Not in a thousand years.
"I have all that stuff parked carefully
nwuy and In a few days will bo able to
dig out correspondence enough lo mak
Johnson look like Iho champion faker of
the world Instead of the champion
NEW ORLEANS RACES
MAY BEGIN IN FALL
By International New Serlce.
CHICAGO, Jan. 11. Prospect- for the
resumption of racing at New Orleans
never looked brighter thnn they do at
picBcnt, according to "Dart T. Murray,
former turf writer, who wns movari to
make this statement today iipon the re
ceipt of private Information front those
who have the revival of tho sport at the
Crescent city in charge.
"The unceasing efforts? of the mer
chants and better class of reslriantu of
'New Orleans have llnally borno fruit,"
ho Bald, "and there is now a certainty
that a racing bill will bo introduced into
tho lpgl.Muturc next May with every In
dication pointing to its being passed by
a b!c majority.
"Tho ban upon racing In liilx -oun-tr
Ir becoming a serious thing. In mak
ing this statement I am In no wa con
sidering ilv gambling f aturc of the
xnorl, but r online msclf entirely to tho
effect which no racing hu.s already had
and will have to a much greater extent
upon the thoroughbreds of this country.
It appeals to me whfii an officer of the
United States army will go on record nt
Washington to the effect that tho dcalh"
of racing already has caused a change
fur the worse in our cavalry horses.
Thrc must be Mime truth In th con
tention thai the ban upon the aport Is
"Canada is feeling the good effects of
its well-regulated racing. Its brooding
bureaus, with their thoroughbred stal
lions, .spread from one end of the Do
minion to the other, have become fixtures
against which no unfavorable, laws could
be pHswed- lt' up lo those who can
think of racing without gambling to do
something for the sport, and I bellcvn
that N w Orlean I about to bring St
bark on a bi.-ls whl-1 must be approved
(Ooutinuod on Pago Twoivo.)
ISDM, HOT TIP, LOSES
IB SID1IT JUAREZ
Talent Grievously Disappoint
ed When 6 lo 1 Shot Takes
MULHOLLAND WINS, TOO
Flying- Feet and Ghanticlor
Place and Show in
JU'AREZ. Mix.. Jan. 11. Only two
favorites won here today. The finishes
wore close and exciting. J. T. Robblns
claimed 1 "plight from G. M. Odom for
?52f.. Weather clear; track fast. Re
sults: , ,,
First race, five furlongs Odclla, On
(Carter i. fi to 1. won; King Elk, 11'
(HI1I), n lo 1'. second; Rig Claim. 100
(Rosen). 'JO to 1. third. Time, 1:02.
Amohalko. AUsa. Paige. Hugh Gray. Old
Crow, Skillute. Jack Walnwrighl.
Strange D'Or, Phil Connor. Llllie Leyva,
Crow s Foot and Originator also ran.
Second race, five and a half furlongs
Sldon, 10R (Hcnry. f to 1, won; Isom,
103 fCalla.han). 4 to 5, second; Florence i
Kripp. 101 (Gross). 15 to 1. third. J'tmo,
1:0S2-o. Ortavo, Fcrrona. Witness, Ve
nn ng. Gift, McAlan and W. IJ .Ford also
Third race, six furlongs Sona, 110
fMolesworth) 5 to 2. won; Braxton, 112
(Gross). 3 to 1, second; Tallow Dip, 112
(Henry), 7 to 1. third. Time. 1:14 4-o.
Mlnoloite, Mapleton. Dottle Black
Domino, King Thistle. Earls Court. New
Capital and Elder also ran.
Fourth race, five and a half furlongs
Free, 101 (Groth), 4 to 1. won; Upright,
112 (Henry). 9 to 10. second: Secrete,
100 (Carter). to J, third. Time, 1:08.
El Palo, Evelina and Great Friar also
Fifth race, mile Miss Korn, 101
(Molesworth). even, won: Fern L.. 101
(Hill), 7 to 2. second; Oscuro, OS (Car
ter), 5 to 2. third. Time. 1:42 3-d.
Louise B- and Whldden also ran.
Sixth race, seven furlongs Fred Mul
holland. 10f (Gross), :i to 1. won; Flying
feet, 112 (Borel). 2 to 1. second; Chan
tklor, 103 (Callahan), 20 to 1. third.
Time. 1.27. Bob Farley. Judge Walton,
Jeanie d'Aru and Blackmate also ran.
Today Juarez Entries.
JUAREZ. Mexico. Jan. 11. Entries for
First race, purse, colls. 2-year-oids.
three furlongs Pat Gannon. 100: Moller,
Hubcr. Reckless Lad. Palatable. 112; Ma
thorn. 121: John Hurie. 112.
Second race, selling, five and a half
furlongs Camorada, 00; "Morallg'nl. v;
Error. 05; Lady Stalwart. 37; Earlcne.
101: Dactvlis. Orba Smile, 106: Gemmcll,
Lvte Knight, Salvage. Hidden Hand. John
IT. Shcehan. Wancr. 10S; Plt-a-Pat. 113:
Third race, selling, one mile Booger
Battle. Slecpland. 00; Boana. P.3ke, "Bit
of Fortune. 105; Ben Uncas. Misprision,
Llttlo Jane. Flgent. 10S; Wicket. 110.
Fourth race, handicap, one mile Star
tler. o:f. John louis, 102; Injury. 110,
Meadow. 12fi. ,
Fifth race, selling, five and a half
furlongs "Lady Macv. P4: Bob Lynch.
10;5; Balronla. Nimbus. 10i": Metropolitan,
106: 'Dr. Dougherty. John Griffin 11..
107; Gold Finn. Ill: Thistle Belle. 115.
Sixth race, selling, mile and a six
teenth Crossover. 90: Donca3tor, 101:
Azo, 10:t: Dutc'n Rock. Flying Feel. 104:
OGDFN LEAGUE TO
Special lo Thr. Tribune.
OGDEN. Jap. 11. "Rough going for pro
moters of boxing contests who seek li
censes for a Hr.rles of sporting events at
a local theater is promised when the an
nllcations are formally presented to the
During- tho post ten days several pro
moters from Salt Lako have conferred
wlf.i local men regarding the transfer
of boxing contests from Salt Lake.
The Ogdcn Betterment league will op
pose tho granting of the licenses.
By International News Service.
ST. LOUIS, Jan. 11. Jess Pcdcrson
won two falls Irom Frank Elhlcra In
their tinal bout at tile Coliseum tonight,
whllo In the handicap affair Charles
Cutlor and Carl Samoson went through
a half hour wilVioul either saining a
fall. Pederson nut Elhlers to the mat In
twentv minutes for the flrsl fall with a
toe hold and a hair-nclsnn. He won the
second fall in nine minutes with a toe
hold and a wing lock on the off arm.
' AFTER 20 YEARS
By International Nowk Srvk"-.
WORCESTER. Mass.. Jan. 11. Bnfore
a record crowd of .over 2000 at the open
ing night of the Lako Shore Athletic as
sociation of this city. Kid Goodman of
Boston, who was substituted for Honey
Mellody. and Jeff Poherly of Now Haven
wont ten iounds to p. draw in the first
boxing contest held in this city for over
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LUCAS INSISTS CODY
President of Union BasebaU
Association Predicts an
FRARY NOT RELEASED
Umpire Who Signed Contract
Saturday Cannot Go to
W. H. Lucas, president of the Union
Baseball association, returned last night
from a trip to the northern slates, Mr.
Luca3 appears to be firmly convinced
that the league this year will contain
eight clubs, although he is not yet pre
pared to say whether this will be so or
"There is good reason to believe," he
said, "that Butte will como In. The town
is much better than it has been for a
long- time. Copper prices arc good and
something like 2000 men have been added
to the payrolls of the mining companies.
I think tho matter with reference lo
Butte will be settled ' within the next
"So far as Boise Is concerned, that city
Is now without a franchise. Cody will
not be recognized by the league. He
wag not 'kicked out,' as he has been
quoted as saying, but 'kicked' himself
out. if there was any kicking done. He
understood the terms and had been given
ample notice to come through with the
forfeit. The other five directors of the
league could not alTord to be held up In
all their plans by one man. so that when
It became apparent that. Cody would not
conform to the laws they could do noth
ing elEe than declare the franchise va
cated. Boise or Pocatello.
"Tf "Boise docs not arrange lo come in,
Pocatello undoubtedly will have a team
in the league. With Butte ami Pocatello
In. there will be an eight-club league.
All of this it is expected will be definite
ly settled within the next week."
Mr. Lucas stopped for a. day in Ogdcn.
where he met John McCloskey. He says
that McCloskey is getting a team togeth
er. "You don't catch Mack napping;
he'll have his Lcani in shape all right,"
The league president reports a fine Hue
of enthusiasm at Missoula. Blankcnship
is expected In Missoula by the first of
February. Blankenship is now In Colum
bus. Ga., his own stamping' ground, and
when he returns he will probably pass
through Salt Lake.
President Lucas reports that Irby is
signing players for Helena and that Own
er Weiss and his friends arc looking for
a dandy fine year.
Dick Cooley, Salt Lake's owner, is ex
pected to arrive home today or tomor
row. Lucas says George Reed, the Great
Falls manager, has gone cast and south
and will undoubtedly sign up some fast
talent. The feeling In every city in the
league, the president says. Is that the
coming summer will witness the great
est interest in baseball that the Intcr
mountain section has ever seen.
Frary Not Released.
There will be no meeting of the. I?ague !
directors until the mooting In March.!
when the schedule will be arranged. It;
Is the belief now that the playing wj
s.on will begin in the latter part of April,
but accurate forecasts on this point can
not be made until It is known how many
clubs there will be In the league.
Lucas was somewhat surprised to read
in a Spokane paper that Ralph Frary
had glvun It out that ho bad been or
dered by President Lynch of the National
league to report for umpire duty and
that he hod docldod to go. This pre
sented a peculiar situation to Mr. Lucas,
inasmuch as Frary had signed a contract
with the Union association only last Sat
urday. Frary told th" Spokane pap.r
that there was a provision In his con
tract with Lucas whereby Frary would
enjoy the privilege of quick releaso.
"There certainly was no such provision
In the contract," emphatically declared
Lucas Ia?t night. "I wouldn't make that
kind of a. contra r-i again wttn anynooy.
T did it Ust year, and I wan mighty
sorrv for it. There is nothing of the
kind in tho contract with Frary. nnd I
shall Inslr.t that he fulfill the terms of his
In addition to Fraxy. Lucas says that
Speck Hurlburt, now in Texas, will bo
on tho umpiring staff. Hurlburt "made
good" in Texas last yoar. and Is regard-
cd as a valuable acquisition. Hasty
Wright a)so will bo seen In the Union
WINS BOXING CONTEST
By International Nows Service.
ALBANY. N. Y.. Jan. 11. Tommy Mo
loney of New York beat Joe Ferguson
of Philadelphia In a cen-round boxing
bout In this city lonlght. Maloney was
the aggressor throughout ths fight, us
ing a left .lab continually.
'Kolaon vs. Kennedy.
By International Nuwf Service.
CHATTANOOGA. Tenn.. Jan. 11
Terry Nelpon of Philadelphia and Fight
ing Charley Kennedy of New York
signed article today to fight eight
rounds before the Marlon Athletic club
Four Bouts at South Bend En
' tertainment All End in
By International News Service.
SOUTH BEND. Ind.. Jan. 11. Johnny
Coulon made short workk of George Kit
son, challenger for the bantamweight
title tonight, knocking him out in the
third round of a scheduled ten -round go.
A right swing to the Jaw put me Brook
lyn lad to sleep.
A minute before Ihe knockout blow was
landed. Coulon sent Kttson througn the
ropes for a count of seven. Kltson came
back strong and for a few seconds
fought 'like a wild man. Coulon taking
severe punishment. Finally, however, he
reached Kltson's body with a hard left
and followed It up with the right to the
jaw that ended the baltle.
In the preliminary Lew Powell, a.
South Bend welterweight, knocked out
Kid Buckley, also of South Hend, In
Jack Cutting, a Nilcs. Mich., light
weight, forced Frank Illan-cerl of South
Bend to take the count In the fourth
round of what was to havo beep a olx
John Young of Coloi-ado knocked out
Kid BurnH of Chicago in one mtnutc. The
men weighed in at 200 pounds.
NEW YORK, Jan. II. Bombardier
Wells, the fighter, has canceled the pas
sage which he had engaged on the steam
ship Olympic for New "i ork and has ac
cepted an offer for a series of exhibitions
in Loudon. His agent here said today that
Wells probably would defer his islt to
America, until next season
BALDWIN ID MOOBE
GO TENFAST MIS
PhiJadelphjan the Cleverer, int
but Boston Boy's Blows
Possess Power. m
By International News Service. &
NEW YORK, Jan. 11. Val Moove ar.jmijj
Philadelphia and Mutty Baldwin battleaM
ten rounds tonight at the National Sport
lug club, and the only fair decision thai, JIT4
could be rendered would bo to call It a -4V
Moore was more scientific than lilsaj
rival, but Matty possessed a wallop llm-jMji?
made Moore forget his clc erness many -Kk
limes and take refuge behind his mitt?. -qW"
The tenth round found both lads going gB
along under full stuam. Bout were so Smri
anxious that nothing happened. !
Baldwin had a badly puffed eye and
swollen lips at the finish, but lie had
landed several hard wallops on Moore's "jS11
NATIONAL GUARD JK
TOURNEY BEGINS W
The Indoor athletic tournament of thft
National Guard opened last night with a
basketball game between tho stgnal corp
and Company II The game was a one- T
sided affair. The signal corps, which JK?,
holds the cups that are up for challenge, XjT,
had It all their own way. The score wan
f.l lo It. Robinson and Worthman wove
stars for the signal coi-ps. j
plaved well for Company H. Th lineup, g 1
Signal Corp.". n-. H- .
Worthman rf .SIV ?
Robinson U. Catto ; "o(
Hannibal c ;-..,B"r, & lv
Rook rg Gaboon j t&:
Warhurst-Young. . . . Ic. Jonf
Goals thrown Worthman 10. Kobm- ; jiB
son 6. Book 7; fouls Bock 1. Hannibal 1. ,
Catto 3. Jones 2. No.wcll 1. Burt 1 Uf- I &
ceo Cantaln Gregory. Umpire Young.
Tim?keepcr-Captalu Bourne, scorei
Big Specials 1
Lf people generally did not kuow the good H"i
v.aJues we offer, the prices quoted below would tint 9I
tiause much comment. But the Tact tliat they are flj1:
better than ever makes this news more interestim;. jlfc
Boys' Suits 1 - j
All ages, some with 2 pairs of I J
pants. The biggest $5.00 worth f
you ever bought
ft W"iS'S 35c Each, j
;:'s 3 for $1
Boys' Knee Pants '
Yes! Knickerbockers and all m- I
'sizes; values to $1.25. 3 Jf y $i
When it comes to choice Knitted J O
Neckwear, we're in a rank allW I 7 'it
by ourselves; $3.50 and .$3.00 i V
. values go at 5j
I OUR SENTLANNTJAL CLEARANCE SALE OF fj
MEN'S SUITS AND OVERCOATS CONTINUES. ,
A SAVING OF ONE-THIRD AND MORE.