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Hj S THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH 16, 1912.
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I JUAREZ SPECUUSTORS "
M oiler, Held at 1 to 2, Easily
Captures Opening Event
for Baby Racers.
JUAREZ, March 15. The public was in
B cood form at Juarez today, picking four
H favorites. Mollcr. in Iho haby race, had
H no trouble in capturing the opening1 event,
H Wenthcr clear; track fast.
H First race, four furlong Moller. .11 a
fKeogh). 1 to 2. won; rested Right?, 10?
(Rosen), 5 to J, second; Palatable. Ill
.Gross). 3 to 1, third. Time. :I7. Bula
Welsh. TTuber, Dad Sicarncs and Mother
H Second race, one mile Modern Pris-
cilia, 35 (Hill), l.'I to 10, won; Penan?,
H 10R CWarsher). 10 to 1, second; Ethel
Wicke. 100 fSeldcn). 7 to 1. third. Time.
1 41. "-5, Yvonne and MeAlan ran.
Tlilrd race, six furlongs Roberta, 110
(Gross), r. to 1. won; .Tames Blaekstock,
112 (Small), 2 to 1, second: TJly Paxton.
in? (Taplin), 6 to 1, third. Time. 1:111-5.
H Minnolctte. Belle of the Bay, Gramercy.
Rvran. Judge Cabaniss and Traveler also
Fourth race, five and a half furlongs
.7. B. Robinson, 105 (Hill), S to 5, won:
Ee White. 110 (Kederls), :! to 1. second;
Annuel Interest. 105 (Gross), 15 to 1.
third. Time. I'Ofi 4-5. Fundamental,
Mike Molctt and Frank G. Hogan also
Fifth race, five and a. half furlongs
Light Knight. 100 (Hill). 4 to 1, won;
Hl Ladv Tvmdl. 90 (Radtke). -I to 1, second;
Metropolitan. 10S (Scldcn), ? to 1, third.
Time. 1:07 1-3. Maxing, Nlla. Brave
Withers, Tallow Dip and John TT. Shee
han also ran.
Sixth race. one. mile Tuan, 10C (Hill),
R a lo 2. -won; Judge Walton. Ill (Gross),
1 to 1, second; Zulu. Ill (Small), 5 to 1,
Hl third. Time. 1 3-5. Mamac. Lotta
Treed and Pit -a -Pat also ran.
Today's Juarez Entries.
Jl'ARp;'. Mexico. Marcli 15. Entries
H for Saturday's races:
j First race, selling, one mile Mada
Mas. 90; Heart's Relief, 103: Chess. Dottle
B. 101; Port Arllncton. 10fi; Flyintr Pearl.
Lonla. Zahara. 108; Slsnird. Spaldinp:. 109;
Cameo. The Peer. Rubinon. 110: Green-
bridec. Traveler. 113.
B Second race, selllnc. seven furloncs
Bob Iynch. 100: Heretic. Roinole. 102;
H ICeen Moving. 103; Nimbus, the Bailiff's
Daughter. Fori Johnson, Charles Green.
05: Velsinl. 107-. Clint Tucker. Pedro.
H lyfvmlnister. Regards. 110; Kiddy l-.ee,
B Dave Montgomery, 113.
Third race, selling, five and a. half fur-
longs Frazzle. 12 vol inn. 90: Dccesarinn.
9?' Chanticler. 103: Marsand. 104: To
H Polo. 1 0 T Roberta. Sainest. Joaiin D'Aro.
10S: Hatinis. Dor Allen. John H Shce-
l.an. Wan or. 110; Lady Stalwart. Ill;
Faneuil Hall. 117.
Fourth race, handicap, six furlongs
Hr. nouKhom'. 92; Tourist. 95: Thistle
Rellr:, 103: Kootenay. 10fi; Jim Baccv.
JOn: Pride of I-ismore. 120.
j Fifth race, selling, five furlongs Royal
Dollv. Ruth Esther. Roso Sweet. 'Cam
B arada. 102; Isom. Mandadero. 10-i; Se-
H rete. Free Will. Mary Fmlly. Racqustla,,
Error. Millo. Wild Bear. 107: Calc
B thumnian. 109; Dromi. 112.
Sixth rce. jelling, one. mile Kinc
Elk. 99: John I.ouir. -105; .7. H. Reed.
105?: Black Male. L,. M. Ecknrt. 110;
H (Vean Queen. 112.
H 'Apprentice allowance.
B By international News Service.
CHARLESTON, S. C. March 15. Race
j First race, four furlongs Vorkvlllr. 114
B (BuLwelH, 1$ to 5. won; Insurance. Man,
111 (Hopkins). 6 to 1, second: Fori Sum
tur, 111 (Wilson). 1G to 1. third. Time.
50 4-5. George Gargrne, Solar Star, Rih-
H ard Gentry. Ralph Lloyd. Miss Edith.
PonkaUsxett. Miss Velrna and Falconet
Second race, x furlongs Union .lark.
115 (But well). 7 to 5, won; Tippv, 103
BBBB fSrhwelbig). 7 to 1, second: J. H. ifough-
ton. 115 (Kocrncr). 5 lo 3, third. Time,
1 17 1-5. Minnie Bright. Incision. Carroll,
r"onpo. "VN'est Point. Lord Wells and Scmi-
B quaver also ran.
Third rare, six furlongs Mack B. Eu-
H vankP. 03 ('onnolly), 12 to 1, won; Mor-
Hstown, 93 (Amrose). 5 to 2. second; Ella
Bri'son, 108 (Wilson). 12 to 1. third. Time,
t 16 2-5. Puck. Hofrmau, Knight's Dif-
H fer, Leopold, Maxonna, Eaton and LewlE
B Fourth rave, one mile and a quartr
TTrJen1. 93 (McCabe), 4 to 1, won; RovhI
Report, 103 (Turner). 11 to 5. second;
B Xadzu, 1L3 (Koerncr). 13 to 10. third.
B Time. 2:15 -5. Limpet also lan.
BBBI Fifth race, six rurlongs Sure Got. 117
BBBB fButwein, 11 to 10, won; Moutclalr, 117
BBBB "Tensen), 15 to 1. second; Love Watches,
BBBB 110 (Turner).. 16 to 5, third. Time.
BBBB 1:15 2-5. Hallack. Thirfty. Sir Edward.
Grecian Bend. Knight Deck and Charlev
BBBB Strauss also ran.
BBBB Sixth race, seven furlongs Jacobite
BBBB '13 (Jensen), 11 to 5. won; Bcrtis, lis
BBBB (Koernor). -1 to 1. second; Pretend. 10S
BBBB ' Moore). K to 5. third. Time. 1:32 i-n.
BBBB Kdna Collins, Rinda. Arbutus, Jennie
BBBB W-lls and Golden Treasure also ran.
BBBB Seventh race, on mile Rey. 91 (Louns-
BBBB leiTy), 9 to 1, won: Emily Lee, 101 (Ani-
BBBB rose). 9 to 2, second: Flying Feet. 101
BBBB (Borell). 11 to 5, third. Time, 1:45 4-5.
BBBB V. Powji-. Wander. Agnar, Lord filam
BftBKI and Footlights also ran.
B C'liarlofiton Entries.
H li international News Sf-rvice.
CHARLESTON'. S. C, March 15. Sat
BBBB irdny'j? entries:
BBBB First race, four furlong Mite. Marie
BBBB T., 102; Silver Bill. Auto Run. Good
BBBB N'islit. Forward, Flabbergast, 105; Terexa
BBBB Oirl, Ella Granc, 10H; Arccnc. Cedar
BBBB Brook. Southern Shore. 112; Ethelburg
IV.. 113: Liberty Hall. 116.
B Second race, Ave and a half furlongs
Hallack. 105; Chilton Quen. 107: King
H Svondale. Sir Edward. Sylvcstris, 10'J:
H Ixniis Descocncts, 110; Casque. Star C'vcr.
M Red. Ill: Richard Reed. 114: King
H 01niplan. 117, I'nele Jimmv Ota-. ::.
H Third r.T o inir- r Mnma l"
H Mana-' Matk l"l Civic Uri no. ,ls'
H Ti-,,civ AKtiologe' Jatk E'I'F Mad
H RKn. M.oirlstoun 107
H I'oiirth tnt, St I'atrxk 'H kim ip mdr
Pug With "Gingham Jaw
Favorite Over White
JOE RIVERS AND JACK WHITE COMPARED.
Rivers. v "Whit c.
VIS pounds Weight, .10 o 'clonic. .128 pounds
5 f I. 6 in Height : .5 Pt. -J in.
m in Rcadf . . . 6Sij in.
13 in Neck -... . .'Id'I- in.
ll'o in Biceps ? IVj in.
lO in Forearm :I1 in.
t5iL in .' Wrist t 6'- in.
3S in Chest normal 36 in.
I0V-; in Chest: expanded . . . 30 in.
2Sy2 in. . . . : Waist . : '. 30 in.
lflia in Thigh . . . : . ,.. . i . . U 104 in.
J21. in Calf 13J. in.
i 1 Ankle 7 in.
By H. M. Walker
By International News Service.
LOS ANTjTSL-TCS. March 15. Lithe
Joe Rivets, the Mexican near liffhl
wcicht, boxing idol of southern Cali
fornia, will make the twentieth fight
of his career tomorrow, facing the steel
shouldered Jack White of Chicago in n
scheduled twenty round battle before
the Pacific Athletic club at Vernon,
with America's best referee, Charles F.
; TJyton, as Ihc odd nian inside the
ropes. , .
.Whether the event will develop lUto
a light or a frolic depends entirely up
on the showing made by the stranger.
Rivors, with $25,000 in future dates
ahead of him, stands sullen, scornful
and defiant, trained the sixtieth min
ute of his fighting hour, ready to leap
at his eastern opponent. In a -word,
the Mexican is fit.
White, brought to the coast by the
Gilmore brothers and backed by one
of those meaningless six and ten-round
records, has been more or less of a
mysterv from the first moment he land,
cd on "California soil. Like the name
less dog. notbiuc is known of him, con
sequeutly he is feared.
White Looks the Part.
Respect for White's ability deepened
considerably during the past four days
wheu, with the application of the final
layer of training camp polish, the Cht
cagoan stepped' forth as pretty a bit
of human fighting machinery as a critic
would care to look upon. Where the
majority of the speculators were over
looking" Jack entirely a week ago, they
are now pondering over the best spots
in his record, Inking his grand phys
ique into consideration, and asking of
each other. "What do you think"
Jack White is a smoldering Queens
berrv firecracker. He may explode with
a force that, will blow Joe Rivers off
the fighting map, or he may result in
and one-eighth Lochiel, 110; Meridian,
I""- High Private, 126; Guy Fisher. lOfi;
Duvall. !)C: Anyport. 109. Mockler. 102;
Font 100; Bob R-. Ut: Colonel Holloway.
9" Manager Mack. 95. Chester Krum,
10S; Rad News 11.. 90; Oakhurst. 100.
Fifth race, six furlongs Fa therola. 100;
Ochre Court. Font. 101: Tom Massle. 10n:
Elizabeth Harwood, 10fi. TvabeJ. 10: El
bert. Ragman. 10R: Sea Cliff. 110: Sir Al
vescot, Roval Captive, Berkeley. 112:
Laekrose, 1H; Montcalm, 117.
Sisth race, se.ven furlongs Electric.
Grace Mr, 99; Tick tack. 101: Cliff Top.
Be Lure, Pliant. Col. Brown. Irlshtown.
104: Abdul. 106: Slceth. Gay Bird, Yanker.
.Monsieur X, Chilton Tranc.. 109.
Seventh race, mile and onc-slNteenth
Dollv Bultman. 102: Lady Or! mar,. 103:
'Merman. 104; Wild Cherry. 106: .Golconda,
Naughtv Lad. Hrart Pang. 107: Frog.
Longhand. 104; Barn Dance. Ill; New
Star. Ill: Montgomery. Jl: Monlagnie.
ABE ATT ELL FILES
SUIT FOR 520,000
By International News Service.
SAN FRANCISCO. March lo. Abp At
tell, oN-fcathcrwcight champion, today
brought suit for S20.000 against James
Bucklev. manager for "Harlem Tommy'
Mnrphv for alleged defamation of charac
ter. The suit is the outgrowth of charges
! made bv Buckley that Attcll had ap;
proached him with a proposition to "fake
the recent Allell-Murphy flsht. Attcll,
according to Buckley, wanted to outer
an agreement whereby he was to win
In the seventh or eighth round on a foul.
"Y" Day at the B. Y. IT.
Special lo The Tribune.
; PROVO. March lo. Today was annual
"V" dav at thfl B. Y. university and
the school debating students and others
i were presented with emblems of their
micccss. Tho debaters. Arthur Beeley,
Thomas Martin. David Wilson and George
! Worthen wre each presented with "Y"
nins and sweaters, as was also Ed Klrk
hani. the school veil master. "Y" pins
and sweaters were also presented to each
member of tne basketball team. L.
Greenwood. V. Gre-nwood. Halverson.
Walght and Bowman, and to Done and
Eggcrtsen as substitutes.
Hylanrl Going to Butte.
1 ri k Inland will lca e for Butte this
' affMn-on to gel rMdy for his six-round
' oo . bo'M thTe. .Marih 2S. with
Mh uii-' T! oir.pson fie w etf ni:;ht
wi a1" to s;i r le" to
ftern poi ftls hil he ioi,fnJrit rf
I'Uni I It 'erson
a "fizzer. ' Casting up all the facts,
it seems that Rivers should be uo bet
tor than a 10 to S or a 10 to 0 choice.
At the best the backers of the -Mexican
arc betting against an unknown quan
One point is certain Jack WJiite is1
the hardest hitter that Rivers has ever
been asked to meet. He swings over
a right hand punch thai carries full
knockout force behind it. H is on this
wallop that the Gilmorcs figure their
bov a winner under the twenty round
limit. They point -with derision to
whal they term "Rivers' gingham j
jaw," laying groat stress upon the fact
that such a light puncher as Johnny I
TCilbane was able (o drop the Mexican
for the count.
Laugh at Joe.
Rivers will never hear the last of
that Tvilbane thing. M. Trill stick to
him long after the baseball fans have
ceased to refer to Merlcle's failure to
"touch second." But Johnny's punch
had the effect of leaching Rivers cau
tion and never again will the bronzed
boy shovo his chin out and invito a
knockdown. He knows almost as much
about White's right fist as its owner
does, and it goes without saying that
he will guard against damage from this
Tt must not be forgotten thai the
Mexican is himself a terrible punislier.
Joe is the one and only boxer who ever
laid the iron-jawed ' Frank ic C'onley
across the ropes in a helpless condi
tion. If Jack is just one half as good as
his manager proclaims him, it should
be a great ring battle between a pair
of heavy hitters, n battle likely lo be
ended at any second with one blow.
The spectator who t,ur,ns away for
one brief instant to ligli't his cigar or
borrow car fare may lose the finishing
DRAWS WITH ROLLER
By International News Service.
NEW YORK. March 13. Karla uf In
dia. In his first appearance on the mat
in this country, wrestled to a drs.w to
night with Dr. B. F. Roller of Seattle
In Clermont avenue rink. The Moham
medan gave the fastest, most thoroughly
artistic display of power that any of the
gjapplers who have preceded him in re
cent months from successes across the
Cndcr the Indian mips, bouts of ten
minuter; each were held with a. throc
minutc period of rest. Karla and Dr.
Roller weighed 210 pounds each, but the
American was (he. taller.
In the first bout Karla won applause
by his ability to wriggle from the most i
desperately placed holds that the Amer
ican could put into use.
In the second bout Dr. Roller had a half
nelson and a crotch hold on his opponent,
but the squatty Indian with iho agility
of a cat and unlooked for strength broke
the hold and forced Dr. Roller on tho de
fensive. Karla and the physician were
puffing from the fast work during the
last bout, but the Indian never let up In
WILL BE HELD HERE
NEWARK. N. J.. March IS. 'Phe try
out for the American Olympic bicycle
team probably will be held over New
.Tfr-ev highways with the finish on the
trnok of th Newark velodrome. The
distance of th race will be seventy-five
n,Hcs flftv miles on the road and twen-
tv-rhe miles on the track.
A proposed course is a circuitous route
via Morristown and the older circle derby
course. There is one succession of hills
all the way from Newark to Morriatuwn.
and the rout- would be similar to t'ne
course around Lake Malar. Sweden, on
which the race will be held at the Olmr-
Preliminary trials will he held in San
Francisco. Salt Lake City. New York.
Chicago and Boston, and the men who
ciualifv In these will compete in Newark.
The American loam finally selected will
consist of twelve men.
Call for Players.
Th P.usseil A. C. management want
tl.e following pl.Tors to report at 10
o'r lork S iiiida nt Eighth South and Main
feet- T Leonard. B. Tavior C Hldc
1 .nai . L Staid- S Stahl. RHev McCov.
I)'ig(in Piit5 and Edwards.
SUTTON WIS WORLD
TITLE M HDPPE
By International News Service.
NI3W YORK, March lo. George
Sutton, the Chicago player, wrested the
world's championship at 1S.1 balkc line
billiards from Willo IToppc tonight by
a hcore of 500 to r7."5.
The contest was played in I he ball
room of the Hotel Asto'r.
Sutton finished his necessary number
of points in foriy-nine innings. His
average was 10 10-19. Hope's average
was 7 -16-1S Sutton scored the hign
csl run. -which was 102.
Iloppc's best cluster was 07. Roth
thefc runs were made in the ninth in
ning. The game was far from exciting from
the spectators' standpoint. The ivories
seemed to be affcctiid bv ihc damp
weather and did nor answer to the
touch of 1 he cues.
COMPETE BY MAIL
The high school rifle team shot a "hy
mair' match with the Polytechnic high
.school of Baltimore yesterday, making':'
i-corc of 02-i. Albert Lovc secretary of
the rifle team, received word from" the
National Rifle association that the high
school has lost two matches whciv the
I scores were not 'properly reported. How
ard Faxec is the only one on tbo (earn
who has been in every match this sea
son. The teachers have formed classes
hi rifle shooting which meet Fridays. The
boys on the school team are teaching the
teachers. Individual scores yesterdav
Standing. Prone. Total.
McCurdy SO " on 1SR
I'Vazee ,10 H7 1K7
Rydalcli .'ii n."i ISO
Thomas fU . i , is::
Melius po 01 . 1S1
Grand total .' 021
DICK COOLEY SIGNS
TWO BALL PLAYERS
Owner1 Dick f'oolcy of the Sky
scrapers yesterday signed two more
player? for his pennant-vvinning team.
Ouc of these is Jack Tfichardson. a
left-handed pitcher, who comes highly
recommended by "Brick" Devercaux.
"Rrick" tells Cooley that Uiehard
son has done sonic remarkable work on
j the coast, lie is a California product,
i The other is the popular Bill v Davis,
'third baseman and shortstop. Davis ih
well known hereabouts, lie played a
few games in Ogden last year, and hns
plaved in Salt, Lake in years gone bv
About four years ago he Was with Deii
vcr. He is touted as a fast fjelder
and a mighty hitter.
GIVES AWAY WEIGHT
By International News Service.
PHILADELPHIA. March In. "Iron
.Man" Billy Marchant. the English
featherweight, gave away weight, height
and reach lo Bobby Scanlon, tho Ger
mantown lightweight, and also did a lit
tle pulling so as to be In shape for his
bout with Bobbie Reynolds tonight. Mar
chant earned a draw In the wlndup at
the Nonpareil Athletic club lonight.
Ohino-Kanakas to, Play Here.
The University of Utah baseball team
yesterday signed to play the C-hiiio-Tvanaka.
nine at Cooley park. April 0 and
11. The foreigners have just sailed from
Honolulu and "will tour the United States.
Their lineup: Chec Bui. call her; A pan
Kau, pitcher; Alcana, first base: AMiim,
second base: Lai Tin, third base; Ayan.
shortstop: I.an YiYn. In't field: En Su
Peng, center field: Sing Hung, right field
Yokel Goes to St. Paul.
Mike Yokel will leave lodav for St
Paul, where he will wicstle Walter Miller
next Thursday night. Both men will
I weigh about InS pounds. It is bciieed
i Yokel Mil have Utile trouble in downing
Miller. Mike will thn return to train
for his bout with Julius Johnson. April
10. In the Salt Lake theater.
Langc Knocks Down (5-A0.
CHICAGO. March lo. A score of 1207
gave Herman Heine and Emll Beilfuss
of Chicago high honors In Mi, doubles
at the American Bowling congress tq
day. This puts them in fourth place.
Honry Langc of Walerlown, Wis., cap
tured first place in today's singles bv
'dropping filfi pina and lie( Pop Brill for
sixth place. 1
Kirkwood vs. Creely.
ST. LOUIS. March 15. George Ivlrk
wood. local pugilist, has been matched
lo mett Jimmy Creely of Pittsburg In an
eight-round bout here April 2. They
will meet at 122 pound?.
I Temple Wins From Dillon.
SAN FRANCISCO. .March 15. Ray
Temple of Milwaukee was given thc de
cision over Tommy Dillon of Indian
apolis after a fast four-round bout here
Dublin Giant. Knocked Out.
By International News Service.
NEW YORK. March lo. 11m Coffey,
the Dublin giant, was knocked out in the
first round of u scheduled ten-round bout
i with Soldier Kerns at the new Polo Ath
Hetlc club here tonight.
Mike Gibbons Matched.
ST PML. March 15- Mike Gibbon
uas ruatfbed tonlgi.t to meet Ernie
Zanders of Milwaukee in a ten-iound bout
t So'it i Bend, lnd , pril . Th pgit
In I IV at o i lock.
Butte Running Meet Will Not Be
Curtailed, Despite Driving Club
Despite the fact that the harncss
race enthusiasts of Butte are attempting
to "hog" all the Silver Bow county dates,
the racing oullook in the Montana me
tropolis is not so bad as it might seem
to the uninitiated.
Recent dispatches to The Tribune gave
the decision of the Montana supreme
court that only thirty days of horse racing
are permissible in each county yearly, j
The Butte Driving club, full of the hos
tility of tho true killsporls. intends lo
apply for dates in April and to use the
full "thirty days. The Montana license
is granted daily, hence if I lie driving club
gets licenses for thirty days no time will ;
be left for the running meet.
The mvslcry or iho whole situation is
the motive of the members of ihc driv
ing club. They admit their meet will be
conducted at a loss if prolonged more
than ten days, but they insist ihey will
race the full thirty days, -solely to keep
the running races from gelling a license
for a single day. In the past there have
been a few days on which the running
;aces and bihe harness races clashed, and
of course the running races attracted all
the people, but this year such a clash Is
The harness-race officials are threat
ening to give t'ic old. droll but foolish
imitation of cutting off their own noses
to spite their faces. While It Is a fact
that If thev succeeded in rendering the
?50,000 plant of the Butte Jockey dub
useless the Salt Lake July meet would
he prolonged, no true sportsman hero
wants to see the harness-race clique pro
vail. Salt Lake would reap some advan
tage from it. hut the proposed 'hoggins"
of all the Silver Bow dales is so un
sportsmanlike that it is bound to hurt the
Turfmen everywhere will he glaii lo
lani thai -while the talk of the driving
club officials sounds like a prima, fade
i ase, i lie Bui In running meet of thirty
days will probably he held Just as usual.
If the Butte Jockey club Is not allowed
lo conduit a running meet this year, its
properly and slock would depreciate to
practioilly nothing. The Montana law
does not permit of an injunction being is
sued lo stop racing even when it is in
tacit violation of this law. That was
tried last year.
Last night's dispatches from Butte also
said that before the law could he en
forced the thirty-day meet would be over
with nnil that the officials of tho Butte
Jockey club were in no way alarmed by
the threats of the harness club officials.
The harness Hub has about 5H000 worth
of properly, while lhat of the Bufto
.lnrko Hub is valued at from ?50,000 to
Hero of World's Series Who
Says Mackmen Will Win Again
JCtrrn xjcvz-T-.. ' in m.L.1.. , ' ?aiCl?'"" "'
"HOME RUN" BAKER.
This star third baseman of tho Philadelphia Athletics predicts lhat the
team will again win ihc American league championship. Maker says it will
bp a walkaway this year.-with the Athletic taking the lead at tho start and
increasing it every day. He snys he expects the winning percentage o the
team to W more than .Sim. which would be creating the record of a deendc.
BUTTE FANS EXPECT
TO SEE JOHNS LOSE
Spaiiiil to Tho Tribune.
BUTTE, .March 15. Tommy Dixon of
St. Louis and Tally John or Butte will
box six round . tomorrow night in the
Orion theater. The lad will woigh 122
pounds at I o'clock. '
Dixon Is tho favorite in the netting to
night at odds of 10 to 7- Ills workouts
have Impressed tho fans of Butte with
, the belief that John will have tho hnrd
l est light, of his career.
Dixon's manager, Jimmy Hurt, with
Clarence (Wildcat) Kerns, arrived two
i nights ago. Those two. with Jimmy
Reagan, will be In Dixon's corner.
The Orion auditorium, with a capacity
of more than 1. 000. has bnin sold out.
The men enter the ring at D:30 o'clock.
Wrestler Wants Match.
Petei Faeov the Greek wrestler of
Midvnle. challenges Lc PrllUps of Pio-,
vo, to a finlsn bout witn a side het Sa ok
wants to viest'c the latter part of tiifj
WITH A TOE HOLD
At the Auditorium in Ogden last
night Jack llarbertson won from Frank
McCarroll in a wrestling match which
Insled oil. minutes. Uarbortsoo is an
Ogden man and weighs 160 pounds.
MeCarroi yomos from Idaho and tip
tho scales at 170. Knrjv in t:he same
MarbprtJ-on got a toe hold. McCarroll
suffered groat pain before ho sur
rendered, it wilfi then found that tho
ligaments of his leg bad been torn and
he was absolutely unable to go on for
the second period.
Teforc,c Mike Yokel awarded tho
match to Uarbcrtson. Yokel watched
llarbertson s progress with the toe hold
with grent interest and sundry sly
f iiles nn.'de the Inns beliee that Mike
vis congratulating hinibclf thai for
o ice he was a spectator and not a vie
urn of the painful toe hold.
ems is MiM
McFitrland Lands at WillW
Is Unable lo NegotiaW
By Sam P. Hall, M
By International News Service. JbL
KENOSHA, Wis.. March
Burns is not a decorator, he's a puM
bag. Packey McFarland hung
in the ring here tonight, while 1(9M
hooted. Packey played a tatooyBGlk
face and ribs for seven and a half
Then Referee Eddlo Sanlry rntffS
stepped between the boxew and
proceedings, heeding a sodden -Bv
tossed In from Burns' corner by MM"', ,
Abe Marks. m
The bout was aboul as one'SMuBf1
ring encounter between boys ofW1
weight can possibly be. BurnsfcW
the worst kind of a joke. Ho didaHtb.?
how to hit or how to defend hlnnHjjj
only I bins ho appeared ahlo tH j
all well was lo take a "cklnslKj
McFarland fought like the stS
speed marvel he has been in nlIH(
cent fights. His footwork waB grBT.
Ills l'cinling could not be improYwWw1
As far as the eye-blacking cordBVun
was so advertised.) was concernod,(fcitT
did all the painting. He paintedM;
face a. bright red and slammed'11
the left cyo until it almost closodBP"1
The fight was no tribute to thjUH! t
discussed punching prowess ot-jmtl
land. He nailed Burns tlmo atiBrft
on the point of the chin, and thait,..
stuck out his jaw for more. OncABL"'
it perfectly still and let PackeBK
one clear from his hip right on tBa
Then he laughed. tB"5
Packey was handicapped mostBMjjtu
way by Burns' covering'-up tactM)
periods of a minute and a. half atBL
the New Yorker simply held hbjMV'
and forearms over the vulneraB111
and let Packey whale away. .S."
Packey won every round by aiBKi)
one could see. Each session wasJBjtl
tltlon of tho other. Burns woujM t.
up and Packey would whan? a'?M1
pei-alcly. trying lo find the cJfinBVr'!
stomach. But Ihc kid covered thBBBtC
let the rest of his anatomy 'Mj!
ED. WALSH BAFFLESW,
FORT WORTH, March 1H'
first division of the ChicagoSM
cans to.lav won from tho IBwry
team, J2 to 5. Walsh pitched;"B ff'
major league for five innmgsB
allowed two hits, while j11
succeeded him, was hit J"re.elSBi
nier and Kiihn of Chicago hit gfH
runs, the former with all the B
SAN ANTONIO, Tex.. MarflM
The Philadelphia Americans jJBfcL
local team of the Texas leaWf
even on hits today, but tn$"Prvl!
leaguers made their count for.BlL';
to the local's three. Eleven o"Mt;r;
credited to each team. IB
DALLAS. Tex.. March In. ifltoa
Ins team of (he Texas league irMtU
team .No. 2. Chicago AmenMyjg
BALLOON LANDS W
IN OZARK VWkk
SAU0M; Mo., March 15.-JW
loon Buckeye T.. m which . r. Vk,
Jr., of Cleveland set out from. Mjv,
lonio Wednesday nicht in aaS;
to break the world's record
distance flight, landed in -.reDSC
Hon of the Ozark mountains. W
four miles from Salem, at lBu
yesterday afternoon. v. "cavjMra;
storm compelled the landing. --ff-Htan
loon I raveled through vemljMSJl
snowstorms. Tl.e total Wg
cled in air lino wa ib-j miiBf,
world record is llfln miles.
OUTLAW LEAGUE Wb
Bv international News Service.
yv,y YORK. rl,hJ',Yf,?)
of the United States DnMbgft
outlaw") held a schedule .afi
tonight. The season i to pM
and close the middle of "f-f'Ojh
Conflicts; with major league "jBl
be avoided when possible. JH
ClovolHiiJ. Cincinnati and 'bjj
form the western rfiusion.
St. Joe Loses DeciMoHBW
CINCINNATI March lT7htBK(
baseball commission dec K
Chlcaso Nationals h ex f.'JrcfM(S
to t"w Boston Jsj1UonnK &g
No Soccer Practice yB'j
Inclement weather has fjhiB'J?;
football Players to postpone -JJW
scheduled for tod v,V?naMpW
ijnte Is Jndefinle. jL