Search America's historic newspapers pages from - or use the U.S. Newspaper Directory to find information about American newspapers published between 1690-present. Chronicling America is sponsored jointly by the National Endowment for the Humanities external link and the Library of Congress. Learn more
title: 'The Salt Lake tribune. (Salt Lake City, Utah) 1890-current, February 09, 1912, Page 6, Image 6',
meta: 'News about Chronicling America - RSS Feed',
Image provided by: University of Utah, Marriott Library
All ways to connect
Inspector General |
External Link Disclaimer |
jji1' 6 THE SALT LAKE TRIBTOK, FRIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 9, 1312. jM,'
II PIT-fl-PAT DEFEATS
! FERN L. AT OK MILE
j World's Record-Holder Easily
Beaten by Selling- Plater at
fl at Juarez Races.
H'j A RASE E REJUVENATED
B; Ancient Thoroughbred Shows
' Flash of Old-Time Form in
; Feature Event.-
f JL'Ar.EZ, Mexico, Fob. X. Arascc.
u , showing big improvement, easily won the
feature event, a handicap, one mile, at
, Juarez today. He was quoted at to 1
in the betting and had good support, La
hold cut out the pa co to the stretch,
when Arnsee came with a. rush and won
"by two length.. During the afternoon
two favorites won. Summary:
j First race, six furlongs .T. T. Robin -
, j son. 112 flmcs). to won: Bill Eaton,
'W 112 fSelden). 3 to 1, .second; Hlch Street.
- ll:' (MullIcanL 20 to 1, third. Time.
1 1:114. San Bernlto, Kins Elk. Boh Far-
j ley. Fl.vlnsr Pearl, Balella. Stafford. Doc
Allen. Crow's Foot, I'll Meter and Gram
I I crry also ran.
I Second race, six furlongs Great Friar,
11'.' fEstep), to I. won; Free. 107
I rGroilO. G to 'J, second: Dudo, 103 (Cal-
lahan), 7 to 5. third. Time, 1:13 2-5.
Batwa. Gift. Guaranola :ind Moralight
1 I Third race, seven furlongs Bit of
i Fortune. 107 (Keogh). 3 to 1, won;
Black Mate. 112 fGross). .1 to 1. second;
Ahouud, 100 (Buxton). 2 to 1, third. Time,
( 1:27 2-5. Dcccsarlon, Sam Connor, Horc-
( tic. Virginia LIndsoy. Braxton, New Cap-
J Hal, Tallow Dip, Charles Green and High
J Range also ran,
BpJ Fourth race, ono mile Arasee. 10G
pj i (Gross), 3 to 1, won: Labold. 00 (Calla-
han). S to 1, second: Meadow, 120
f.Molr.sworlh). 3 to 2, third. Time,
Undo Ben and Injury also ran,
i Fifth race, six furlongs Chapultopcc.
I 111 (Mulligan). 2 to 1. won: Gold Finn.
I 101 (Small). 1 lo 1. second: Tmlr, 00
f Callahan). I to 1. third. Time. 1:13 2-3
I The. Bailiff's Daughter. Oxer and Flying
Wolf al?o ran.
Sixth race, mile Plt-a-Pal. lOf. (Bux
Ion), 10 to 1. won: Ed Keck. 10J (Keosh).
J J 2 to 1. second: Fern L., 103 (Estcp), 6 to
' l. third. Time. 1:11 Pipe Vision,
Mazie Girl, Rubinon.f Little Marchmont.
Gclico and Ilannls also ran.
i Juarez Entries for Today.
I ,lbARF,Z, Feh. S. "Entries for Friday'?
First race, scllinsr. 2-yar-olda. four
furlongF 'Maud McKne. 100: Icicle, Mot
i lo's Pride, Mother KatoTicin, 105: Blue
Joy. John Hurle. 10S:; Bcuhih Me, Casa-
nova, 110; lu'iuieta. It,".
I fe'econd race. Helllne. seven furlonsR
, 'Mabel Klnjr. 00: Baby Doll. Allsa Palce.
I , Fra7.zlc. Big Sandy. 33; Helen M. Strite.
Brack Bonta. Defy, 100; 'Hugh Gray.
102: John Heck. Thistle P.ose. 105: Gus
I Ilartrldge, Mandadero. 107.
I Third race, celling, six furlonss Chesy.
302: Irish Beauty. 10K; Rosworlh. T.ady
, Stalwart. Golden Buhy. 107: Blp Slalm.
J 1 I 10S: Dav Montgomery. 110: Novgorod.
J , i Klntr Thistio. Elder. Brave Withers. Ma-
! I nleton. Granrrcy, Regards. 112; Mikado.
J Fourth rac selllnc. one tnlle Dutch
J Rock. ??: Eve VVhlt. 100; Florence A..
L. :f. Eckert. lOn.
BBV 1 Fifth race. s-lllnc six furloncs Zool.
J 102: Ben WIIfoii. 100; Orha. Smile. Acnula.
J . Emma G . 11"; Hidden Hand. Annual In-
J I . terest. Sir Jrnus. Tallow Din. Bob
j Lynch. 112:.Rosamo. 115.
(J ' Sixth race, EIIinc. mile and a. fnrlonc-
i ) Qfcuro. 03: Wicket. 100; 'Dlscontout.
I, 1 102; Misprision, 10S: 'Flgent, 107; Ona-
, taea. 1't?.
pHV 'i j 'Apprentice allowance.
, i Charleston Raco Entries.
CHARLESTON'. N". C. F"h. S.
J i ( Palmetto Park entries for Friday fol-
J I First race, seven furlongs, soiling
J , ( "Wood Dove, PS; Country Bov, 100: Bav
J ; of Pleasure. Ja,y P., Arbutus. Father Ola,
J 1 ., ' Achmot. 103: Carlisle M.. 107; Sctdpture.
JiO t Bonnie Eloise, l-Jmerukl Isle, 110; Are of
j i 1 i Club?, Fid He, Jo Stein, 112. Horses
J I I ' also eligible are: Pierre Dumas, I0.t; .jm
J 'i ' Ray and Lucky George. 103.
J Seconil race, three-fourths of n mlln,
J I Ji , selling Honock. U2: Bodkin. 07; Sal
J V Volatile. OS; Rue. Colonel Brown. 100;
J ' Gold Cap. 102; Wsthury. Billy names,
Nevada Governor Calls Solons
Together; May Bar Big Fig tit j
LAST nights dispatches announced
that Governor Oddle of Nevada 1ms
called a special session of the Ne
vada legislature, and while in his
call no mention is made of anti
fight legislation, the desire for sucli a law
Is probably ono of the principal causes of
the special session being summoned.
Governor Oddlc recently announced that
the Johnson-Flynn hostilities would not
he permitted In Ncviida, oven if ho had
to call a special session. Now that the
session has been called it is unlikely that
it will adjourn without an effort being
made to pasa legislation against boxing.
Expressions of opinion front Nevada.
Uius far have not been against the fight
In itself so much as they have been op
posed to permitting the men to meet In
Nevada while L'tath reaps the llnnnclal
benefit. Reno is especially opposed to
being overlooked. The divorco metropolis
has not yet asked to have the his: mill
licld there and it is possible that the
eitlr.ens realize the former experience 'f
fight fans would keep them away. Reno,
however, is hostile to the mill unless Ne
vada gets more than the $1000 for the
if the legislature wanL lo kill off the
light same in Nevada, it can easily compel
103; Premier. A hi I or. 107: Wild Cherrv,
10; Cooney l.. 110; Jessupburn, 113;
Emperor William. IIS. Horses also
eligible are Tom Shaw and Jennie Wells,
Third race, three-fourths of a mile,
slllng Miss Stauuell, S3; Xmas Dalsv,
l!eln- Margot, 00: Chilton Sn.ua.
L'Apelle, 05: Colletta. Thrifty, Lord
WHls. 100; Abrasion. Lady Orimar. 10.".;
Blundara. 105; J. II. Barr, 110; Fuclo
Jlmmie Gray, Sir Edward, 113. Horses
also eligible are Joe Rose. 113; Tackle,
100; Congo, 105.
Fourth i-ace, mile. handicap Chnr
Pp. 02: Judge Monck. Ofi; The Golden
Butterfly, 07; Ross Hampton. US; Feath
"r Dusler. 102; Ozanna, 107; G. M.
Fifth race, three-fourths of n mile,
purs Ochre Court, 05; Ivahol, 10.'!: Du
val. Gold of Ophlr. Ella Brvson. 100;
Moncrlef, Beach .Sand, I0S: Mrrv Lad,
110; Sir Alvescot, 112; Berkeley, m.
Sixth riff, a mile mid an eighth, sell
ing Flarnry. 103; Duke of BrlfiKewater.
105: Naughty L-id, 10S: Montrlalr. Slgo,
Nadzu. Short Order, 110, Montgomery.
115 . "
R CCQ PURELY
'; W.t.O, VEGETABLE
I' lj It is a generally recognized trutlj that medicines made from vegetable
1' H ingredients are a great deal better adapted to the delicate human svslcm, and
'J l safer m every way, than those composed of strong Imineral mixtures and
m-1 compounds Mcrcurj- potash, arsenic, etc., which are used in the mauufac-
j i ture of most blood medicines, are too violent in their action, and frenuentK-
H; J , : ?tera"e ,the system by disturbing the stomach and digestion, affecting
! I ' f coo-!, and iWhAU uled f?.r .a ProIonged Period often cause Rheumatism
i ';Jj J: ; Js the only blood medicine guaranteed absolutely and purely vegeta-
.: ble. It xs made entirely of rooLs, herbs and barks, selected for their purify-
!l anff and healing qualities S. S. S. cures Rheumatism, Catarrh, Sores and
Ulcers, Scrofula, Contagious Blood Poison, and all other blood diseases,
f, pccause it cleanses and purifies the blood, and at the same time builds up
j J-be entlre system by its fine vegetable tonic effects. S. S. S. mav be taken
J 11 hY yog and old with absolute safety, and with the assurance that it wilt
li'j cure tIlc diseases and disorders due to an impure and poisoned blood supplv,
hi cvea caching down and removing hereditary taints. 13ook on the blood and
J j nny medical advice free to all who wrilc
P THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO;, ATLANTA, GA,
Jack Curley to move tlje big mill else
where but the solons may possibly de
cide to Ignore Reno's complaint. The
rest of the slate is not making any sreat
Promoter Curley has had competent 1c
cal advice that the statute passed to
prevent dueling will not bar the fight,
although participants might be arrested
after they had injured each other. Thus
unless a statute against boxing is passed
bv tills legislature. Curlcy's plans will not
be spoiled. If it Is passed the fight will
probably be In Mexico, as Canada will
scarcely permit the bout that England
refused to allow.
ALBUQUERQUE. N. M. Feb. S. Jack
Curley, manager of Jim Flynn and pro
moter of the Johnson-Flynn battle involv
ing the heavyweight championship, today
conferred with local business men rela
tive to staging the fight in New Mexico
No. decision was reached.
Tomorrow Curlev will go to Las Vegas
lo meet persons who have offered 3100,000
for the fight.
Tonight Curley said he did not believe
the opposition of Governor McDonald
would be sufficient to prevent staging the
fight In New Mexico If found advisable
to do so.
KNOCKOUT BROWN'S AWKWARD
STYLE PUZZLES OPPONENT
By International News Scrviie-
NEW YORK, Feh. S. Knockout Brown
outboxed Frunkle Madden in the wlndup
before the American Athlelh club In
Brooklyn tonight. The Dutchman, who
Mings his attack from the awkward side,
gained the laurels' of the cvonlnp by
carrying the fight to his opponent from
start to finish.
There was but one clean knockdown.
In l ho seventh round Brown landed a left
hook lo I he body that dropped Frankic
for the count of eight. The blow war,
a crusher that look great deal of the
spirit out of Madden. In the tcnlh round
Madden connected solidly with a left to
the back of the neck that half dragged
Brown to his knees.
Brown showed a defense that baffled
his man, but he also kept on top of Mad
den all the time. Madden crouched low
and kept his jaw pretty well protected,
but he had great difficulty in puaglug
Knockout's wicked lefL
Johnny Dundee, a sturdy lillle Italian
with a left that carries a "terrible atinc,
beat Eddie O'Keefe. the Philadelphia sen
sation, in Ion fast rounds lit the National
Sporting club tonight. Dundee had stam
ina and cleverness, while O'Keefe had
plenty of skill and speed. ' Stamina won
CdMPLETES CHAMPIONSHIP CARD.
McCarcy Announces Complete Programme
for Attell-Kllbanc Battle Tor Title.
By International News Service.
LOS ANGELES. Cal.. Feb. S. Pro
moter McCarcy of the Pacific Athletic
club today completed his card for the
Hflcrnoon of February 22. when Abe At
tell and Johnny Kilbanc will tight It out
for the featherweight clciiiipion.shlp. Joe
Willter and Johnny Shiff, 122-pounders.
will furnish the curlaln miser in a six
round ko, and Jim Cameron will lake on
".Soldier" Elder at catch weights in the
The principals in the 'MmmpionHhlp
tlchl will not lake up active training
until next Sunday. Attell. who wu In
good condition when Jim arrived hero from
the east, is laklng a holiday at a Glen-
dale ranch. Kilbanc Is doing light work
at Venice. He took a run along the
beach this morning and in the afternoon
boxed four fast rounds with Tommy Kil
banc. Jimmy Dunn and Tommy Kilbanc
will be his principal sparring partners
durlpcr lilts "prep" for the championship
ovent. Manager Dunn is highly pleased
with Kllhane's condition.
Ad Wolgast. Mrs. Wolgast and "Mono"
Dougherty will leave here tomorrow for
I.ompoc. Jim Jeffries will Join them in
a few days for another hunting and fish
ing trip. Wolgast intends remaining In
Hie open as nint h as possible. Wolgast
Is feeling good and Is rapidly regaining
what strength he lost during his recent
Ten Rounds to Draw.
By International News Service.
WORCESTER. Mass.. Feb. S. In the
feature bout at the Lako Shore Athletic
club tonight Honey Mellodv and Tommy
Fumy went ten rounds lo-a draw. Colli
fighters put up an excellent battle.
The Terry Brooks and Dave Powers
go was called off In the fifth, the latter
being unable lo ro any further.
The Eddie Shelin and Battling Dow
ney bout was stopped in the sixth, Shev
hn clearly outpointing the Adams boy
from start lo finish.
Coleman Outboxos Grimm.
By International News Service.
PHILADELPHIA. Feb. X. Joe Grimm
put up the most clever fight of his career
at the Broadway Athletic club tonight
against Tommy Coleman. Grimm staved
the six-round limit, but Coleman was
clearly the victor.
In simultaneous plav in the Salt Lake
Chess and Checker club. 207 Sharon
building, Newell W. Danks. Ameriran
chrcker champion, made the following
"Von. Draw. Won.
J Ranks 0 a. D. I.ruis n
" Banks Op. p. Carson 0
2 Banks 0 Ault 0
1 Banks 2 Badger .....0
1 Ranks A .0 Jensen 0
I Ranks 0 Carson 0
I Banks o Barton 0
ft Banks 0 i,. Murdnri; 0
X Ranks 21 N. IT. Burton .i
1 R.""ikK I C. D. Erb a
1 Ranks ...l'O. J. Grimes 0
1 Banks OlBackmanu 0
- BRiiks 0 NpIpoii 0
1 Banks UlButkovlch Jj
At S o'clock tonight mid nt 2 o'clock
Saturday afternoon Banks will plav blind
folded in the Hub, Saturday night he will
play in the V- M. C. A.
DICK COOLEY BUYS
CATCH ER KELLEY
Word was rocr.iwi from Loj, Angeles
ysterday that Dick Coolcy, owner of
the 'Salt Iiko baseball 'club, has bought'
Cafoher Kelly from the Vernon mag
nate. Hap ITogan. who drafted Kellr-v
from Missoula last year Kolly partici
pated In 111 games in 1 Pi I with Helena
and Mli-soula. H hit .27 and his -ntch-liic
record was eood. Prrltlns -and For
tier am the only other active eatfliers
that Cowley has thus far, although RuHr
Weaver, who will manatee the tnm. will
he able to cateh a fow Innings now and
then If his health Is good.
Deseret Gym Bowling.
Bowling last night between the Dv
erel Stars and the Nationals resulted In
a vletory for the former with 2377 pins,
as against 2146 for the latter. Individ
ual scores follow:
Boverlclgh im 132 121 107
Maughan lr 177 160402
GUlyswap Ki i.so i.ts (C8
Crabbe 17S 207 1 M ,.20
Anderson ....!." 170 117 ISt
Gilbert ir,;i iso 117 r.p.'i
Gcmpler Its I.i2 -7t
'. Jnuucrniann 120 lj;i fV-i::
Plerponi ".f, n;,4:is
l iimiunnann . .. .lis vi 13S-I05
Total , 211(5
HIGH SCHOOL BEATS
Coach Richardson Compelled
lo Withdraw Substitutes in
Order to Win.
At the University of Utah yesterday
the prep basketball players were defeat
ed again, but showed vast Improvement.
This time they went down before the
Salt Lake high school with the final
score of 32 to 35. The preps have not
won a game but they show consistent
gains in speed so It mav he that they
will spring a big surprise soon on some
of the neighboring high schools.
The hlch school evldc illy did not. ex
pect much of a contest us at the begin
ning of the game two subs were put Inlo
the lineup. The preps, however, were
well organized and started out wilh a.
burst of speed which gave them the lead,
but the high school awoke and until the
end of the first half the race was speedy
with the score 17 lo 16 in favor of the
With the score In that shape of course
Coach Richardson could keep nothing up
his sleeve, but had to use every Ihing he
had in order to com" out on top. Ac
cordingly Gaboon and Wallace, the Iwo
Mihs. were lakcn out and Wilson and
Pykc, the regular men, were pui in. Even
this change did not make Ihe sailing
very smooth and had It not been for su
perior condition on the part of the west
slders the preps would probably have
retained their lead. Toward the end of
the game the preps began lo show signs
of fatigue and the red and black man
aged to nose out with a li-point victory
over the team which they defeated bv
an SO to .'!0 score a month ago. The
High School. Preps.
Hawiey. f captain) . . .If Rugger!
Gaboon. Pykc rf Paul
Mclntlie c Smith
Ward lg Christophcrson
Wallace. Wilson ... .rg Farr
Referee Ash I on.
L. D. S. SECOND TEAM WINS.
Defeats High School Intermediates In
One of Poorest'Gamcs of Season.
In the first Junior league game plavcd
by thp high school intermediates, Ihev
were defeated by the L. D S. second
team by the scorn of .T( to 1S. The
game was one of the poorest exhibitions
of basketball ever 3fcn on the hlch
school floor. Both loams showed lack
of condition and were all In during the
second half. The game was free from
any rough tactics, hut quite a few fouls
were called on both sides. Seevev the
L. D. S. center, was so tall the hlsh
school center could not outjump him.
Neither learn had a man who could
throw foul baskets Howe of L. D. S
team threw six out of eleven chances
and Porler of high school threw six
out of fourteen chances. Stars for the
high school team were Porler and Ry
dalch. Porter's work In covering Ihe
floor was one of the features of the
Stars for the L. D. S. team were JElIs
morc and McCulIough.
The rcfereelng was of Ihe first class
This afternoon al the high school
gymnasium the high school second team
will play lb high school intermediates
The teams lined up as follows:
H. S. Seconds. L. D. S. Second;.
Fletcher rf McCulIough
Porter If Howe, Fell
Kerr c Scevy
Rydnlch rg Mason
button Ig Ellsniore
Referee. Slddoway umpire, Johnson.
Field baskets Fletcher. 2; Porter,
Rdalch. 2: McCulIough. .T; Howe, 3,
Felt, 1; Seevcy. 3: Ellsniore, I.
HIGH SCHOOL BOYS
The hirh school rifle lam shot two
matches yesterday aflvrnoon, oiip with
the business department of the high
school of Washington, Ft C. and the
olhT wilh ihe- Ogdeu high choo1
In the first match the Snlt Lake high
school team fell bejow Its avraco. scor
ing only SOO. but in the. second match the
boys made 01. The winner of the
matches will not he known until the re
port l sent out by the International see.
rotary, but Judging by former scores the
Salt Lake high vcbool team Is likely to
win hoi h matches.
Th high school team will shoot a
match wilh ihe Salt Lake ride team to
night on Ihe hijrb school range The
match will slnrt promptly at 7 o'clock.
The door will be locked at that time and
no one will be permitted to visit Hie
range until the match Is over. The high
school tp.i m won the former shoot with
this club. The boys who will shoot to
night are Rydalch. Ottlson. Frar.oe, Mel
ius. Mays, McCurdy. with Thomas as al
ternate. The fcorc of the ludhldual
membur.'t in yesterday's shoot with
Stand. Prone. A er
Rydalch 01 isr;
Franco P0 17S
Melius .. SO 177
Parmelee SI I2 J76
Thomas ,.S2 0 170
The score In tho Ogdeu mulch
Stand, I'rone. Aver.
Ottlson 1 01 07 JR7
Melius ,...!.-. S7 1S2
Mays S6 OS IS I
Frazec . SI 07 1M
Rydalch S7 03 ISO
A Warning Against Wet Feet.
Wet and cliillcd fect usually nfl'oct
ilio mucous membranp of the noso,
throat and lungs, and la grippe, bron
chitis or pneumonia may result. Watch
carefully, particularly the children, and
for the rncking stubborn cotiglia give
Foley's Honey and Tar Compound. It
soothes the inflamed membranes, and
he.iif, he cough (illicitly. Take no sub
stitute. Schramm Johnson, Drugs,
"The Ncver-Substitutors," live (y)
Packeys Feet Still Cold; He May
Forfeit Another $250 to Hub Terror
By Smm P. Hall
By International News Service.
CHICAGO. Feb. S. Packey McFar
land sends word Indirectly from
New Yark that he will be in a
corner opposite lo Eddie Murphy
when Ihe bell rings in a South
Rend arena next Wednesday night. Emil
Thlry, his much harassed manager,
sends word directly that Packey will be
there with the mitts on. ready to do bat
tle with the Boston bulldog before
friends and enemies. Thlry is still on
the job, despite the row over. the forfeit
Murpny and Manacer Mickey MuBrlde
believe them. So do the promoters of
the Ilooslr show. So everything is se
rene on the surface, wilh the myriad of
Chicago fans whetting their boxing ap
pelates for Ihe clash of the famous Irish
lads. The tickets were put on sale to
day, both here and at South Rend. So
thai unless somebody In the cast chills
Par-key's feet again, the bout will go
through as scheduled.
There remains but one disquieting
thing. Packey told an IiUernalional
News Service representative in New
York today that he would not start for
Chicago until Sunday afternoon. That,
of course, will get him here Monday,
probably too late lo do any work that
day. Then be will have only Tuesday,
BURNS READY FOR
SEATTLE. Wash., Feb. S Tommy
Burns, the heavyweight prize fighter,
relumed from Australia last night and
announced that he was anxious to fight
Jack Johnson. Burns sal.d lie. was In good
condition, weighed 100 pounds and could
enter the ring at ISO.
"Promoter Mcintosh promised me that
I could have, a match with clihcr John
son or MeVcy.'" said Burns "f will have
no trouble getting back to old form and
am going after the heavyweight title j
Burns must have put on weight in the!
antipodes If he scales more than ISO
pounds. II'. Is ii feet 7 Inches !u height
He met Johnson rJecembcr 26, 100S, in
Sydney, Australia. At the end of four
teen rounds the police stopped the fight
to sae Ruins. It was Johnson's fight
all Ihe way.
Methusaloh of Diamond Signs.
BOSTON, Fob S. -Denton T. C'Cv' )
Tounc today senl to the Boston Na
tionals Ids signed contract for his twenty-second
ear In major league baseball.
He Is the oldest pitcher In point of vears
and service, in major le.-ini baseball."
the dav before, to condition himself for
Ihe struggle Mic night of February 14.
All of this is peculiar, lo say the least,
as Packey surely considers Ihe Murphy
bout a stiff test.
It mav be thai .McFarland figures hlf
recent lights with Jack Ward and Kid
Rurns have pul him on edge for the
Hub terror and that, with a blackened
eve to nurse he Is belter off taking mat
ters easy In Gotham, lie weighed only
136 for Burns Tuesday nighl. according
to roports. and a Utile work at home
will get him to that notch al 3 o'clock
on the dav of the fight. Then the mourn
ing sign under his oplic will not prevent
a few si Iff runs on the eastern roadf-.
Still It seems funny lhat Ihe. stock yards
boy dots not Jump right hack home.
Perhaps, being a proud boy, he Is
ashamed of ihe discolored optic.
Packev has a S2ii0 rorelt up heir. He
lost a like amount to Erne In Philadel
phia. Reiner frugal, be won't relish an
other rap lllce that. All his friends say
he will be ready for Ihe call or inc song,
However, wo won't be positive about it
until we see him stepping onl on the
canvas for the mix-up. '
Murphy boxed with Tommy Murphv
and Jimmy Walsh al The Riauk Oak dub
gymnasium today. lie did some run
ning on ihe turnpike in the morning. He
Is welgblntr but a few ounces' over 135.
so that the 136 pounds at 3 o'clock has
no terrors for him.
13. Y. C. FANS WILL
USE SPECIAL TRAIN
Special to The Tribune.
OC DEN. Feb. S. Word has been re
ceived from Logan lhat the members of
the Brlgham Young college, lmckelball
team and more than 100 rooter. arc com
Ins here on a special train Friday even
! ing- for the ldg game lo be played be
tween the B. Y. college live and the We
ber academy team.
On the outcome of this game largely
depends the success of the Ogden team
In the northern championship strucule.
Up to the present time Weber academy
te;un lias defeated four of the best high
school tenuis in the stale and the B. Y.
live has defeated the Y. M. C. A. imm
at Salt Lake.
The Logan visitor? will he entertained
'at a dance to be given by the girls of
Ihe domestic science department imme
diately after the game. The special I rain
will leave Losan al 1 p. m. and return
after the dance.
Maliniout Throws Giant.
LINCOLN. Neb., Feb. S Mahmout won
tonight from Ivan Romanoff, the Russian
giant, in straight falls, the time being 21
and 11 minutes.
Hottinger Puts Ovejl
maker in First Rounnjjn
Shrader in Secon?
DENVER. Polo.. Feb. uSfifrt
work with heads ami Elofj.!wF
Lake City boxers tonight ojr;vtl
to appear In the final? oMitM
Athletic clnhV amaUur 'tajX''
wrestling tournament. TliyB,
tlnger, in the l3S-poun.I cha
Ishcd off his opponent la osf'S'
continuous left jabbin;. tsjKmi
Shrader. who coolly wur niB'''
and ended tin1- il;lu In ti w
punches- to tli body and iiH
I loavy weight wrciUlnp-.pjJMi:V
dcfealed Charles Hrotliy 0.
fcaied Arthur Koenltz. J'
125-ponud Ti restlhi2-Yt rrtMi'irt ,
ed Eddie Korresl; WlllUm K'3R!
decision from Ralph. Sniltb.
IfiS-pound boxing -F;? PiriHajjlK
cd Eugene Gibus., knockout WR
II. lioltingcr. Suit Lake, rfftaKf.
McNutl, knockout first roscL'K
1 15-pound bovins Dm
foaled John Browc, n0cKj
l3ii-pound boxlnn .MbtrtvEjK
knocked out Jim MeKav InKdK,:
Bob Boston defeated Billy 0Jffc"
115-pound boxing-Gcor?f UKrfd
cd Eddie Burns, decision, TomEt.,, ,
phv defeated I?o Allen. dcdjM'
lOn-pound buxins Henry flBtiP
fented Herman Alexander, bdHkdJ,
In first round: .Morris BmV.tu,-T
Carl Gibpon, decision; OurftM."
won decision over Cliarlci NlfMjrt-'
ALL HALLOWS SOPHS'
All Hallows, f-eshlps fidmlclB'
fent 10 the soph; Lift "'(i tal
scon- of 35 to $. S", for.lKda,
did the soph have a "noK WMmt
score tif S was realty a nil. KrA
Ing of iVDonnell ami Mrei
lure, ihe former jiiiltlnc i np Ru,
tionallv strong gain ami
or the baskets The line-UK JHa j
SrS'1 .V.Lf !
Myers '"C '-R'
Referee. F. Ward: ,i'"'"Kr
I I Plan to be here, mother, to share in these Ml
I J amazing values. Boys' Knickerbocker Suits,
S $3.50 and $4.00 values, go at
I I ? $3.00. ' SilkS
j I 228-230 MAIN ST. ffijj