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DEAD HEAT FAULT OF
I Murray Lets Mounl Swerve,
I Enabling Irish Gentlenian
' I to Overtake Leader.
I C. P. LAMAR RULED OFF
I Turfman Accused of Making
1 Improper Advances to Vari
1 ous Riders at Juarez.
jfl -JUAREZ. Feb. 'Jo. Tli c second dead
htal of tlie meeting was run in 'the
j S fourth race at Juarez todny when En-
m 'tU and Irish Gentleman could not he
19 eparatcd at the finish by the judge,
j H Enfield whs in the lead to the stretch
lm when .Murray rorJe wide on tho turn and
Q Jj Iiish Gentleman closed in.
iilM C. I'. l-amar has been warned off the
II n luvf with all his hoice for ma kins Im-
9H proper advances to Jockeys.
Kg Wrath-"!' clear; trn.rU fH.it. Results:
H First rac. one mile Rob Fatlev. 107
m Kroshi. 2 to 1. won; Nyccnae. 02 (Radt-
m kn. to 1. second: Cameo. 11:2 (T-iurlln-
smcV :!0 to 1. third. Time. 1:10 2-5.1
tftes Miller. First Fashion. Chess, Hlr
m cough. MlntioJr.tle. Hearts Relief Tom
M Franks. Rtihl.noii and Green Bridge also
1H Second race, seven furlonps Abound.
fm I "ft fGtviiid). .1 to 1. won: HerHc, I0p
( iG'ros). .1 In 1. second; .Jim Caffcruta.
I M lt7 r Hoffman, 1 to 1. third. Time.
1:25 2-5. Kmma G.. Yankee Pooh. Fep
? Moing. Marlnot. Allen Fcarn, Virginia.
Llndsey and Novgorod also ran.
Third race, five and a half furlongs
j m J:' Hartridse. 105 r Hoffman). S to 1.
H v.ou; Sidon. 11: (Keogh). 10 to I. arc-
M ud: Hardy. 07 fCnrtcr). to 1, third.
Time, J:0S2-5, Hazel (".. Flying D'Or.
IB Uucli Gray. Bill Anderson. nncqiieUc.
9 Fiee Will and Gift also ran.
II Fourth ra.ee. Plx furlonss Dead heat
n otween PInfleld. IIS (Murray). rj to 5,
IIE Jnd Irinh Gentleman. 10S (Gros.c), c to
tm I: Sebnco. 116 (Taplin). !i. In 5, third.
H Time. 1:13 1 -S. Vanir aleoran (Purse
Fifth rar?. alx furlonss John Grlf-
fi'i H.. 11J (Murray), S to 'J. won;
I Faneuil Hall. ll'J (Gross), to 1. fec-
"id; Tim Judse, 101 (Hoffman). 10 to J.
n ihird. Time. l:l:i'J-.1. Uidv Tmdi
m Mcdillln? Hnnmih. Pitapat and 'Frank G.
Ifocran also ran.
Sixth rarre. one mile .Maftie Girl. 1U7
m iTaplin'i, 7 to 5. won; Mainar. lot; (Hoff-
iUI myn). S to J. second: Zulu. 1H (Gross),
jfl t to 1, third. Time. 1MIV-5. L. j
I F'kert. Kd Wither. Ts'cw Capital. Figcnt
IS A!d J ud to N al toil ai,o ran.
B iTiufcr. Rrcg Entvier;!
II low-Fcb" -;l'"Bntr'c5 f0' lomor
M Firt rar, nurse, two-vcar-olds: four
III furlonse Black Ficd Su.an. Wolfrcs"
Sfl ItJ-"- Vented Rictus. 100: Mollor. TalaL
VB able. Ill'; Tom G.. 105.
K Sncond race, uelllnc. six furious
TM Patn Uear'n. Aipla. I'aiRC. Holen .V.
M Prminjr. 07: i.ieiitenant Sawver, .John
MM H-rk. 100: Mrlph Reality. "Kva" Padwii-k
m lua; Cry Raby. Helen Hawkins. Xan-y
BB l!a. 107: Collide. 110: Joseph M. Henry
II Williums. 1'aclllco. 112.
il , Thiid roc-. jHHnc five and one-half
Sli fmloncv Uthel Wicks. The Visitor. Rtilh
I ill f.sthcr. Iecf!rarlon. Acquin. lOH: Amo-
halko, 10 1 s l-rce. TCveijna. 10S.
I II Koi,,rtJ' '"' selling, !even furlotieff
g ''old. 101'; Cwtmvcr. Rlark Malo. 105: i
UaiiKcroiiB Murch. 107: J. H. Reed 110
n! , w. selllns. one mile 'of
l?ni,l01 ,,oi; Sonj?' Ocean guecn, 107-
EB iw James Blackstock. Stafford.
i i&i,hT-in-a,n,".. Krtn,ns' lx furloucB-
IWI rab$. hini.Z,): f amarada. Marv Klv
111 VJyiTg D, 0v- CalethiiniDlan. n7: Rofc
MW S0.',1.1' Pcc Fhilllpe. 107: Jim Mi
9 1 1 -: Dave Montcomery. lis
I lfl 'Apprentice allowance.
M Charleston Eace Results.
m reVim?LBSTX' Fcb -3 rviJs'6 e
119 Flrat race, three and a half furloiiK,
0 Prince J'onto. 112 (Wileon). a to i'. von;j
M Uborty. 115 (Kocrncr). 3 to 1, second:,
01 TWbCI?i- U -(SYln)- 1 10 I- third.'
U0 l. inc. .4.. ...... Maurj- Boy. wincll
jm Intent Frd McKlroy. R. II. Gray. Ccd.a .
BUM rrccn. Clorlta. Burns and Cordio F nlo
in Second mi-, five and a hair furloncs
II Jcstupburn. IIS (Hopkins). 11 to JO won-
10 Sureset. IIS (Mosi. VI 0 , second
11 ? CSkirvlnJ.a to "third'.
W ,rim,p 1:0r' 2"n- Herbert Turner. Hannah
m I-ouiHc. Minnie Wricht. Mon Am ?
LR Flylncr Feet also ran.
flfl ,eThh ratT.V.one mJlc Bard of Hope. AO
1MB ?kl'T,n)- Jb won; Spohn. 105
M !frt,ur, , 10 i' cond: Jawbone. PS I
B ' (Hopkins). 1 to a. third. Time. 1-43 a -3
IH lav Pay flP0 ran.
B oiFl.lrlli r,,c?' rurinE:J-3ilas Crump.
9 ?l fAmbroj;). 12 to 1. won: Camel. 102
' MR yi,n'n)i0 lo "ccond; Seacllff, 105
; HI iGoosc). HO to 1. third. Time I 17
g Kllzabelli Harwood. Ickeycs and Rose
Mj Queen alfio ran.
1 ! e.Tlair-c?i,slxi ,nu? aJ,alr fHong-Joe
nj Stein. 10o (Hopklnsi). 3 to 1, won: Arbu-
I jfflj uis. 105 (Dlcclnf), p to 'J, second: Tau!
BU Mexican. 105 (Martin), 5 to 'J, third
In Time, 1:JP J-5. Ceremonious. Ace of
EflM Hub?, Wild Cherry, J. C. Core and Bion
VaU alfo ran.
Mm Sixth rate, mile and seventv vard?
IH Belfast. PS (Ambrof-e), 9 to 'J. "won: Joe
MIR Rose. US (Hopkins), 15 to 1, second;!
KB Goltonda. 10S (Wilson). 3 to 'J. third.
PSJ I'inic. 1:50 'J-3. Detect, Aviator. Rose
III TNelll. PlT Pender, Robert Bruce. I
Wlm ''laraey. Black Branch and Eddie Granev
'UB iho ran, ' I
f'HAItLKSTOX. S. '. J.-,
-t j hurl's ton, entries for Siurd;i
First ru-c. flvc and a half furlonss-
Abes Lack oi Gameness
, Brought Out By Defeat
Ex-Champion Finds Fault With Decision and Says
. He Was Bullied into Accepting C. F. '
,;', Evton as Referee. .
By E. M. Walker
By International "wx Service.
LOS ANGELES, Feb. 23, 4 The cold gray dawn oJ: the morning
ai'tcr" found the Los Angeles sporting world with an aching
head. TIip- men who used their bankrolls to eat up every dollar
of K-ilbanc support, giving as much as 10 lo A- on AUell to rout the
Cleveland colt,, were reaching Tor the hromo seltzer and shouting for
Not since Billy Papkc. a repudialed short-ender. knocked out tho
then middleweight champion, Stanley Kelcbel, in this same Vernon
ring, has the public been given such a ;jolt of surprise. '
Kllbanc's friends are working the "I
told you to" thlnp to the limit. A few
of A Hell's backers admit that they
"should have known better," but the ma
jority of thorn are Ftill pnlminp their hot
foreheads and wondcrlnp how it all hap
pened. Referee Liylon'p decision met with tho
universal approval of the public. KII
banc beat Attell to every trick known Ui
the profession. Tie wa tha veteran's
master from the opniiins bell until the
sixtieth' second of the final round.
Attell awoke thin morninc with an
"ex"" before his title and a bad, veil- bad,
taste in his mouth. Tn defeat the. former
title holder does not put up tho came
front that would be expected from a man
who, in his time, has whipped an army
Attel) makes the bad break of attack
ing Eyton's decision. He is quoted to
the 'ffoct that he was robbed and al30
that he was bullied into accept inp By ton
as referee. Neither statement will re
"The patient is doing as well as could
Mothcrkins, Bav of Pleasure, LiaJoha,
107; Aloha. Klcctric, ll'J; Christmas
Daisy, Fawn. Cashin, Diamond Buckle,
Grace Mc, ll'J.
Second race, six furloncs Monsieur X,
I OS; Countrv Roy. 112: Steel Cliff. Capt.
Bravo. Jim Milton. Ticklsick. IM; Irish
town, 92; Diamond Buckle, 103; Lesbos,
Third race, three and a. half furloncs
Pollv Worth, 110; R. 1-1. Gray. Burpcois,
Ralph Lloyd 113; Garden of Allah, Jessie
Porter, Spirella, 115; Southern Shore,
Cedar Brook. IIS: Vandct'cn, llfi.
Fourth nice, mile and a sixteenth
Belle Mawr. 1)0: Mocklcr. 08; Republican,
101: Wcaucoup, 100; Xadzu, 10S; Chester
Fifth rare, mile and seventy yards
The Golden Rultcrlly, F.eachsand. 112:
M. Camhou. 110: Nick Stoncr. 106; Flar
ney. Halt eras, 104: Merman, 101.
Sixth race, six furlonpa Featherola,
Queen Bee. PS; Kfficleney. 10:; Yankee,
James Dockcry. 10G; Island Queen, 107:
Congressman James, 10S: Morrlatown,
110: Puck. HO.
Seventh race, one mile Camel- Belle
Mawr. 101; Frank Pureell. 10:5; Oakhurst,
Sir Cleges. G. M. Miller, Console. 107:
Glucose, Col. A slim en dp. 10C; Troy
NO SPRING RACING
HERE THIS YEAR
l"n lew some miracle- Induces H. T.
Wilson lo chatiRP his mind there will be
no sprlnp race mocl in Salt Lake this
year. Tae new promoters, while they
have not clvcn up the nroicct. have
found many obstacles in their way. It
fceins. therefore, that turfmen will have
to risk shlpplntr from semi-tropical Mex
ico to bleak Coeur d'Alcnc or to the Ken
FOR DESERET GYM
. At the Deuerct gymnasium tonight, be
ginning at S;-15. there is to be a basket
ball game between the 5:15 class and the
I Director Day is arranging for a wres
tling tournament to be held there early
In March, which will be open to the public-
Those who have won state cham
pionships in the several classes will be
barred from their particular classes, but
may compete in the class next higher up
in each instance. The management ex
pects to promote all manner of athletic
contests, including handball. The board
is also considering the matter of increas
ing the tennis facilities at the gm.
GRANITE TEAM MAY
TOUR IN "DIXIE"
In what lv probably the last basketball
game In the nigh school division for the
year, the Granite hiRh school and the
L. D. S. I", meet In the Granite gym to
night. While the game will not affect
the championship of this division, as the
Saints are already the champions, Gran
ite Is going into tills game to win. If
Granite makes a good showing; tonight,
the team will be able to make a trip to
the southern part of the state and plav
the "Dixie" teams. The game tonight
will be on the Granite floor, and all of
the men nre In first-class snap. There
will be a dance after the game.
English Dog Derby.
LONDON", Feb. 23, Tho Waterloo cup.
known as the Dogs' derby, at Altcar,
Lancashire, today was won bv J. W. Ful
lerton's Tide Time, which defeated Ad
versary jn the final. Boh Tide Time
'and Adversary ai' greyhound puppies
The Waterloo i up is an annual court; tug
.tontest, ni v-hlth llj-four greyhounds
patthipatc for a purst1 of 1.15 eaih and
I the Hub adding a cup worth 55.
he" expected." whs Manager Jimmy
Dunn's laughing statement as he brought
Johnny Kilbane, the new world's
featherweight champion, down lo the
Spring street headquarters of the Pacific
Athletic club thlfl morning.
Kilbane, flooded with theatrical offers,
telegrams of congratulations, and wearied
from having his two hands shaken by on
thusiastlo admirers, hears his honors
modestly, a.nd. if 1 am not badly mlB
taken. the Cleveland champion Is going
to be one of the mosi popular title hold
ers who .ver rrignd.
Kilbane' s right eye shows a. bad cut
where he was butted by Attell's hoaI,
and hi left optic Is blackened as tho re
sult of a logitimalc blow. These are the
only marks of battlo in evidence.
Johnny opens a week's theatrical en
gagement at a local playhouse next Mon
day afternoon and will bo in Tommv K1I
bane's corner at Vernon when the "latter
boxes Louis Reos a scheduled twenty
round bout next Saturday afternoon. No
further plans have been made by Man
GH CLUB DEFEATED
Capt. Webb Protests Against
Default as His Team Never
Failed to Shoot.
The high school rifle team defeated I he
Salt Lake Gun club last nlglit at the
high school ranpe by a score of 10SS to
I0S1. This is the third match between
the two teams, the high school team
winning two and losing one- This Is the
closest score made. Melius of the high
school team set a new record for stand
ing allots on the high school range, scor
These two teams will hold matches
every two weeks. Just before the match
with the Salt Lake Gun club, the hlch
school team shot a by-mall match
against the manual training school of
Washington. D. C. hi this match the
high school made a score of D15.
Captain Webb received a report from
the secretary of the National Rifle asso
ciation that the high school team had
ost two matches by default, but the
high school team has shot everv match
this year and Captain Webb "lias de
murred to the record. It is irassible the
reports have been lost in the mail. Webb
will protest against the default report.
Individual scores yesterday follow:
J , Standing. Prone. Total
Rydach S5 iso
Frazee PI ps
Mays SO rij 17'.
Melius 07 ijio
Otteson- S7 " OK
Smith s;; pj jjj
SALT LAKI-3 GUN CLUB.
Standing. Prone. , Total
Hay z . os iso
McCouahay .. ..SG on 171;
Johnson 0." or. 1SS
Lctehficld SS " o-t. is-'
Bodmcn SO 07 --t
Albertson .. ....St S7 171
Timer. Captain Webb: scorers, Cap
tains Webb and Albertson.
Sundberg Throws Bossard.
,S:. PAUK.Feb" -3- vns Sunbcrs
of U Innlpcg, Man., who claims the title
of champion featherweight wrestler of
Canada, defeated Al Bossard of St. Paul
In two straight falls in a finish mutch
World's Indoor Record.
SAN FRANCISCO. Feb. J3. -Forest
hmithson of the Los Angeles Athletic
club established a new Indoor record for
the 75-yard low hurdles here tonight at
an Olympic club meet, making the dis
tance in 0 1-5 seconds, the world's out
Spencor Abbott Arrives.
Spencer Abbott, who played first base
foi if Salt I.ako union league team the
latiM part of last season arrived ves
tcrda, VUiilc. he will nrobabh not nlay
this year, he will be al the ball nark In
a business capacity-
MIKE GIBBONS MAKES
LEWIS m BEEN"
St. Paul Wonder. Knocks
Willie Out Cold During1 the
By International Tcws Service.
NfJW YORK. Feb. 23. 'Mike Gibbons,
the St. Paul phenomenon, sounded the
death knell or our Willie Lewis's reputa
tion tonight at the Tirnplro Athletic club,
when he knocked Lcwio out cold afler
a. few minutes' fighting in the second
The knockout was half due lo Lewis's
weakened condition, for he had received
a terrible battering in the four minutes
of action. A swlfi snap of the right hook
that caught Lewis on the point of the
ja.w did the damage. When It struck
Lewis he fell flat on his back. I-lc tried
to roll over, pawing vainly al the air,
but he wa-s all in.
Gibbons sent Lewis to the canvas in
the last few seconds of the lirst round
Willie had taken a. terrific beating In
this period and was almost ready to give
up. All through the short fray Gibbons
kept poking his left into Willie's face
and then bringing his right 16 the body
with great accuracy.
Levis was desperate from the first, tap
of tho gong. He took wallops on t lie
jaw to gel over his right. When he let
it fly it inlsfcrl by yards, for Gibbons was
out of reach. Aftor the first minute it
was apparent that the ending would be
a quick one. It came sooner than ex
pected, but during the battle there 'as
enough action to suit all.
Willie now becomes a boniface. An a
fighter he has said farewell.
JOE KETCH EL DIES
AFTER BOXING BOUT
CHICAGO, Fob. 2.'5. loc Ketch el. the
prize lighter, who collapsed after a re
cent bout with Billy Walters al the
United States naval training Hchool near
Waukcgan, died today. Walters was ar
rested pending' an investigation by the
Kctchel. whose real name was Katiin
rowskl, died from three blood clots on
his brain. They resulted from a rup
tured artery. According lo Naval Sur
geon Fields, Ketchel did not receive the
injury during the bout at tiie training
school, as tho riots apparently had been
In existence previously.
It Is said Kotebcl was knocked out by
a. severe blow on the temple in a tight
witli Miko Mahone.v at Applelon. Wis.,
six weeks ago.
R ACINI';, WisT Feb. 23. Young Ma
honcy, the local middleweight pugilist,
who is alleged lo have caused the in
juries which resulted in Joe Ketcchel's
death, said today that the deaxl fighter
bad been training in a Chicago gymna
sium. Had Kctchel been hurt in his
bout in Applelon the injuries would have
caused him to collapse before last week,
M'COY TO FIGHT
Special Cable to The Tribune.
N1CR. Feb. 23 Kid McCoy has signed
articles to fight Carpentier, the French
champion light-heavyweight, in case the
latter whips Sullivan In their coming mill
at Monte Carlo.
The McCoy-C'arpcnticr fight, which will
be for the championship of F.nropc and
a purse of $12,000, is booked for May 12
at the new Velodrome. Paris, which has
a seating capacity of 20,000. The articles
rail for twenty rounds and state that the.
men must welsh In al 175 pounds ring
side. The National Sporting club of Lond.on ,
has offered n purse of S1S.000 for a. tight
between Carpcntier and Bombardier
Wells in May.
INDOOR BASEBALL !
IN DESERET GYM
In an indoor baseball same between J
the U:1.T and 5:10 business men's classes 1
at the Deteret gymnasium last night, the
former won by a score of 28 lo 0. The I
feature of the game was the playing of
Harry Brain and Bob Siddoway. There j
was also a baseball game between the !
Intermediate and 0:15 classes, the former;
winning by a score of l.' to 5. A 20-to-fj
victory wax won at volley ball by the
Intermediate class over the 6:15 clasp. In
basketball the 12:15 class bested the'
seniors bv 2fi to RS, big Joe Smith havingj
the grea'tcst share in registering the
WILL BOX MIDKIFF
In the San-Gym next Thursday night
"Knockout" rihrader. the Salt Lake box
er who lias won his last live bouts wltn
knockout!? before, the end of the third
round, will box Charles MIdkiff gix
rounds if tho bout lasls that long. Jack
Downey. Shradcr's percept or, wjll go.
four rounds with some suitublc opponent,
and there will be other bouts.
Redmond vs. Murphy. :
MIL WAL'KEK, Feb. 'St. Jack Redmond
of Milwaukee and Eddie Murphy of Bos-
ton soon will meet tn a ten-round bout,
according to announcement of the sign
ing of articles today. The bout will be
staged at Kenosha or South Bend.
McCartney Beats Ritchie.
By International News Service.
PHILADELPHIA, Feb. 2S. Young Mc
Cartney had the hetler of Toung Ritchie
In a rattling good six-round bout nt the
Nonpareil Atnletlt club tonight. 1
I "White Hope" Fatally Hurt.
SAN DIEGO, Cnl., Feb 2'. Willis
Elder, a boxer considered hereabouts a
"Baseball lor Blood" Is Motto of the
Newly Organized Theatrical League
Baseball fever of the most virulent
and con ta clous type lias been prevalent
In the leading theaters of Sail Lake for
the past, week, but was only discovered
.vcsle.rdav, when four enterprising nro
molcrs started lo spring surmises on
our another and each in turn received
a surprise that shocked him.
Robert Splan of the Colonial. Steve
-Newman of the Ornheum. B. Barker of
the Empress and F. King of the Gar
lick have all been o'nerisbing the hone
of organizing a baseSall tea.m so good
that it would defeat all others in its
class. For yoine weeks nasi they have
been picking un promising players, giv
ing them jobs as ushers or general util
ity men back of the stag1.
. All of the four deolded yesterdav that
thev were well enough equipped to
spring tho surprise on the. others and
when thev met in one of fneir favorilo
haunts. Newman mentioned the fact that
Orpheum employees seemed lo bo natur
al ball plavcrs. and it was a shame not
lo organize a team. Tho other three
, promoters having been busy for a month
getting their teams together, slyly ad
mitted that perhaps thoy could find a
few ball players among IVicir ompioecs,
Thus the Salt Lake Theatrical Em
ployees Baseball league came Into ex
istence. All of the four promoters sent
out apies to tho enemies' camp to find
out .ilist. how far the work of organiza
tion had gone. At the Garrlck thev found
two ushers who arc really professional
ball players. At the Ornheum a new
stage hand closely rescmblc-d the iic
lure of a hlg leaguer of a few vears
ao. It developed also that t'nr Salt Lake
IhealCM and the combined moving picture
shows had hern asking prospective cm
plovens what they knew about baseball.
When it dawned on all the promoters
that each of his rivals had pretty nearly
a full team already organized, they all
declarer! war simultaneouslv. Each had
taken pains to he the first In the field
and was pained to find competitors
Thus It happens that Salt Lake fans
will be treated to occasional baseball
a "white liopp," was probably f3lally in-
jured late today near Occansidc, when an 1
automobile in which he was riding turned
over. Fred Roggau, Elder's trainer, and
I another companion In Ihe car also were j
hijjircd. All were brought lo a hospital
L D. S. SECOND FIVE
At basketball yesterday Emerson A. C
defeated the L. D. S. second tc;un. 10
to 12. Dcrn and Felt played cspeclallv
well. The lineup:
Emerson. j. d. j.
Fah banks If McCloush
Eagar rf Hewlett, Howe
1 De-n c Elsnore
) Johnson, I Inn- Ig Perry
j Felt !' - Fedy
"Kid" Windsor Here.
"Kid" Windsor, the boxer who boxed
Walter Coffey a twenty-round draw, re
cently at Taft. Cal.. arrived last nlqlit.
FLIES 70 MILES AN
HOUR FOR TWO H OURS
PAU. France. Feb. 23. Mnurice Tabu
teau. the French aviator, today broke
the world's aerodrome record for a two
hours" flight by covering 227 kilometer,
tol meters (HI miles. IGO yards), at the
ttying ground here. Tabutcau held the
record for a two hours" flight which he
established on January 24 at Pan, when
he flew 205 kilometers. 2S7 meters (1"7
miles. 5 furlongs) in that time.
Rose Makes New Record. 1
SAN FRANCISCO. Feb Si. -Ralph
Rose of the Olympic club established a
ne.w indoor record when he hurled the
IS pound shot 50 feet 2 Inches.
games fully as spectacular as a Mexican
The "Theatrical Employees' Baseball
league."' sounds innocentlv enough, hut
In realitv it is an organization lo pro
mote hostile rlvalrv on the diamond. The
games will be for blood. Uniforms have
boon purchased already and every pros
pective player put on. training diet.
Steve Newman, the orncr day. found
one of his players growing a little too
"Say." bellowed Steve, "talce that
stage piano on your shoulders and go
down to the repair shop to get it fixed."
This merely shows the discipline under
which tho players are governed.
This amateur league is even going to
pay its- umpires. One of the promoters
wanted to put the umpires under bonds,
too. but the idea was not adopted. One
clause in the constitution provides t'na.l
all plavers must have been employed
in the theater at least two months,
which is the reason for ball playing
ushers being hired so early in the sen
son. Despite this clause when players
like Joe Tinker or Charley Grannwin
come lo town they will be pressed into
service unless the other team Is exceed
The theaters In the league are the Or
phoum. the Colonial, the Garrlck. the
Salt Lake, the Empress and the com
bined moving picture houses. Each of
these theaters will put a team into the
fi"ld and will refrain from soiling any
of its men to tr big leagues.
They will play whenever tho Union
League team is out of town or .Ts it
suits their convenience. Tf any of
Coolcy's cast-offs are good enough they
will be given a trial. Meanwhile anv bail
player who wants a. job In tho theater,
has only to establish his standing ar. a
player when the six theaters will send a
taxicab for him.
It's a. great league. Tt will combine
comedy, tragedy. vaudeville and
moving pictures when its teams snllv
forth to slaughter Ihoir rivals. Real
cash prizes have been hung up and about
sixty employees are daily warned not to
relax the training which lr. expected to
turji out all-star teams.
Here Is the First Cenuine Box
Score ol Ball Game This Season
HOT SPJUNGS. Feb. 23. The first ball
game of the season was played here to
day, when the AII-Americans and the All
Nationals engagod in a regulation nlnc
Innlng game at Whittlngton park. Man
agers like to bring their men to Hot
Springs now because, since racing was
abolished, the town lias nothing but a
few poker games to 'distract the-players
at nights. The big leaguo boys plain
tively remark on the quietude of the
burg thai was the original "old hot town
of America" in its palmy days. All the
tourists In town, numbering about 750,
a I tended the contest. The All-Amerirans
were captained by Sam Crawford, while
"Gr rniany" Schaefcr served as skipper
of the AU-Nalionale. The score was S
to 2 in favor of the All-Amerirans.
Jim Delchanty of the Detroit Tigers;
Jimmy Burke, manager of the Indianapo
lis club: Starr of Mobile, Rlggs of the
St. Louis Browns. Elliott of Nashville,
Clark of Memphis and Anderson of the
Boston Red Sox played on Crawford's
team. O'Leary and Mullln of the Dc
I roils. Shaw and Rey. two of Bill
Dablcn's rec ruits; Cy Seymour. Bill Car
risau of tho Boston Americans. Tonne
man of the New York Highlanders, and 1
!abe attell will
i . box harlem tommy
' SAN KRANCtSCO, Feb. 2::. Frank
I Klaus, the Pittsburg iniddelweight who
! defeated Snllor Pelroskoy in a one-sided
twenly-ruund contest yesterday, has
been matched by Promoter James Cof
frolh to box Jaclc Dillon of Indianapolis
next month in this city.
The defeat of Abe Atlcll by .lohunv
Kilbane In Los Angeles yesterdav will
jnot interfere, with th scheduled Attell-1
"Harlem" Tommy .Murphy bout here on i
March 1). . I
Perdue of the Boston Nationals workod
on Schaefer's side.
Anderson showed fine form in the box.
George Mullln worked the lasl two in
nings for the All-Nationals and vielded
but ono hit. Th hitting of Delehant'v.
Crawford. Rlggs. Elliott. Starr and Mul
lln and the fielding of O'Leary and Burke
featured, the game.
c. AB. R. If. I'D. A. E.
Burke. 3h . :( ;j t
Dcle.hunty. 2b '5 2 2 t 0
Crawford, If t 2' ?. I 0
Rlggs. cf 5 l . .1 0 1
Elliott c. : I 0 2 0 0 0
(.lark, lb. and p.... t u 0- J2 0 0
Jcs-S rf . 0 0 2 0 0
Anderson, p. and J.b. -1.0 1 0 5 0
Totals HO S TH 27 X T,
ALL NATIONALS. V
bchacfer, 2b 5 n l t
O'Leary, ss 5 1 0 " . 0
Cutshaw. rf 1 0 t 1 0
Mullln, of. and p 1 0 2 1 0
Kellly, .lb 0 I 0 0
Seymour, If n 0 i 1
(-.arrigan. U -I n 0 II 0 1
I nnnemnii. c ( 0 4 n (i
Perdue, p. and cf... ".0 2 0 2 0
Totals 37 2 7 -21 .Tii 3
Score by Innings
A!! Am.?r,cans. I 0 -I 0 IMl .", 0 0 S
All Nationals 000 1 1 000 02
Summary: Two-base hits Mnlllti. Per
due, burke Crawford (2), Elliott. An
!n?,rTu Tliree-lwm, hil-Delcbarity.
Pitch ng records: Perdue. 8 runs and 12
1 hits In seven Innings; Afullin. 1 hit in
1 two 1 Innlnssr Anderson. 2 runs and 2 hits
In five innings: Clarke, 5 hits, 0 runs In
nuVv ' rv Si2lln l'"e-Rlgg8. Double
nla O Lcnry. Nhaefpr and Carricim
hW?Unrp; P"uc' Bcs oil iS
v, -ci ff ,C,ark- Empire-
Vmlnnlcs same-1 hour and
UTAH FIVE GO TO
LOGAN FOR GAME
t.'.lmC.mni,vcl-9,t?'i oT- rtah basketball
team wll leave the O. S. L. depot at S
tuiu hhJ m?',n,ns; fur l-n. where
they wll play the Apgles. Earlv in the
season the two l.-ams met on the Y. M
1 . A. floor and the varsity won easi v
Hnc. then botli teams have .net th
L- a"d were defeated by about tht
hiii score, considering tliat rlic Vc-ies
Played the Provo team in t c Provo
gymnasium. - IOVO
If the university is victorious this time
r lh.A?g,CH, W,H ,JC c'lnued from ti e
fight for the pennant, as they have ul
rcady lost two games while the varsity
has los but one. Should I Logan
team win the B. Y. U. would have the
chumplonshlp cinched. The lineup-
Holmstead if., 11 r','..
Kama ,,r M?y I,e ,fInal sketball
game or the Intercollegiate series will
be played in Provo between the Ft Y I
and the University of Utah. r u r
Sh? "if mVI! WV naA:e l,,c amnion-'
-,oPlny,!1K of "oihev same, pro
vided L tab wins tonight from the Ag-
Carpontor Is Bankrupt.
Justin j. Mathews of Eureka ("llv
R iinhmte1 t,0,'r,1 vesterdav. Tie gave
emrt. claims to be ex-
Freshmen Beat SophomM
IS to 2, and Seniors DeMj
Juniors, 36 lo 4. w
RICHARDSON IS I5NVW,
Coach Expresses Wish'Sj.
Martha Fernslrom MiS
Play on First TeamSj
In a double-header baskctbairjRj
yesterday afternoon at luh schK
freshmen girls defeated tho sosE
girls by a score of 18 to 2, juBg
senior girls won from the JunioEx
by a score of M to t. Tlieso tw'o!Wji
are the worst gumes played so UfU
girls' series. Both games were ciK
the winning I cams. Htl
In the first game the froahraiBj
the sophomores down to zero unK
the end of Ihe second half. vhBti
of tho sophomore gtrls threw HTl
basket. The freshman sIHs wSc
clincd to be rough, but all the fogJT
called. The freshmen girls navHi
come from the grade school, wtuBtf
girls play against the boys. .H3
The freshmen girls winning thtBtf
has upset all of Miss Ward's p(B
she expected to have the seniors
sophomore girls play the chanHit
game, but now she will have to'uBi
of the other teams to play the hHub
Both teams were, poor on fonyL
The sophomores had ten cnancei,'.BiF
not make one. and tho frcshmoHK
two baskets out of eight trle&jB
for the freshmen were RbIIs BP.
Lura Folsou and Beatrice BjWf
Stnrs for ihe sophomores were
Fernstrotn. Edna Wallace. aniljB
In "the 3cnior-junior game th&'-B-did
not have a look-in. The senlBT
started out in the lead and keptiB
baskets at will. The junior girls jB
make one field basket during thB
game. Tho senior girl won dt
work, which was almost as goodHZ
any boys' team- The girls
take any long chances at baakiB
looked for one of tholr team mj.tB,7
they got the ball under tho baJklK
the Junior girls closed their AjfK
threw Ihe ball aimlessly, being1 JM?
lo get it out of their hands. TBKt
Tho basket throwing of FlorcncKfe,
dor and Martha Fonistrorn. at fM
for the seniors, iw one of the Hbi
of the game. These girls 'JM17:
cvcr- opportunity to score and rHt
not try to play grandstand hall. Hte
The junior girls were. PfotVjMfeB
ba.skct throwing, but MarthaFHb
for the seniors, only mlfjed two
of eleven. Coach Richardson tMAfrj
remark that he ought to t...BB;
throw the foul baskets for UJBN:
team. It would bo hard
plek a star for the senior tct"n H.
one of the players was soon.
the Juniors were Salllc Scars unn
By winning this sanie IhjS-feci
"cindi" the eh:wnpionsIilp. l7h'!Bl!
thiid consecutive year that tl",'JKJ'J
won the cliamplonslifp of ln C,'"!B7"
Referee Bradford said Hint tBlBv
team is onu of the best
ever s.?en. U is h far tho Kf
that ever represented a cl3S!LaK!'
school. The rofcrceing was of flB
and none of the tennis ever
The teams lined up as follow..E
B. Brugsci- iM:
L. Folson p.'H'.
P.! DCuiam'.'.V.. rg Bi
F. Winder m".
M. Fernslrom r " B
M. Ferguson B'
V. Gnmette -'7 .'" TV-s.
Henry Richardson. fecorcr-gfM
NOTICE TO CREDITORS FjB$
EXCELSIOR BAKING COMPB,
Notice is hereby slvep"llt jHi
by virtue of an order jjVt
Third district court ofnnlUfrUls'
state of Utah. 191 alMtBt"
10th day of I'ebriiftry. Jy
of the Excelsior bakh c onj
poration of Utah are J'c.XVduHi--rcciulrcd
to, file tholi f'ft recK"
fic.i, w th tho "ndnrgjCf,i conyH
the said excels or Buln j
or before the th ooy 01 m
Salt Lake City. Wai' rltv. OUlBf"
Dated at Salt Lake Uiy. "jm,,,
ruary 10, t?l-- vfio.N', ReSB.,
GUSTIN. C.UjLhrTV .0,
Attorneys for recelj er. s
bldg.. Salt Lake CltyJ
Prlncliml phic of jug rjj
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tlce Is hereby given that ti&m,
levied on the capital 1 ffl,0hv(0 ArHHU
tlon, payable romrfW 'ot '
secretary of e ejn'g ' CltBv
515 Dooly block. Salt l . tm
Any stock upon wwc "SaturafiB
ro6i- "ili l P'VfSrJrtBSr
payment Is made wo r ;t IHl
the 3d day of Apill. ' the ifB
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