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j 10 THE SALT" LAKE TRIBUNE, THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 3, 1912. A '
Solid Iron This Time . j: :: :: By Bd'F
j ijj . ' ' '
II De Palma Wins Vanderbilt;
I Hughes a Close Second
Daring Italian Drives Last 50 Miles on a Torn Rear
M Tire and Finishes 42 Seconds Ahead of Englishman"
I Hi By International News Service.
"I -a jB-tLWAUEEE.t Wis., Qui.
' ni Staking bin chances auri bis
'1 VJL life tor ,ast fiCl-V milcs ou
a torn rear lire, Ealpb. 1)6
ifijj Palmn, in a Mercedes civ. won the
fcgi Vanderbilt. c 11 p race of 300 miles over
P, the WauwatoEa course today, by a ded- j
tfi. rjerate, driving finish thai, caused the
Sn oO.OOO spectators to gasp in terror.
fi Tearing after bim with less tlmn a
i1, minute's f.ime separating them, came
j- J Huph Huphos, drivinc a Merccrl Kuc
; ing smoothly and oiug lilio a streak,
i-i tbe .young; Englishman hnng on. 15c
Palma knew that one of bis Li res was
j nearly; jjone. For tbe last three or four
laps it simply whirled in tatters of
j De Palraa also knew beiu informed
j ( bv biff signs J'rom bis pit that Hughes
. ', was close and. coming fast. He, there
fore, knew that if bo stopped lo Toplaco
i r, rbe torn, tire ho would probably lose
J j the race. So be gambled on the lire,
flirted with death, and the tiro held
"". last to tbe finish.
Hughes a Close Second,
j Only 42.7" seconds separated them
' i Ht tbe finish, and when the untiling
I young Italian dashed acroEs the line a
winner, the- crowd that had beea stand
t, ' jng en masse, cheered him to the echo,
f ! ftcarcely lesa of an ovation was ten
I ; dered Tfughca. who ccrtainlj drove a
! magnificent race.
Spencer Wishart, driving a Meroedc3,
finished third, and Gil Anderson, in a
- Stutz. was fourth. "Teddy" Totx
i latT, in. a Fiat, and. Ralph Mulford, in
. a Knox special, both came to grief and
, had to re tiro from the race. Harry
j Xelsou. in a Lozior, and George Clark,
; , in a Mercedes, wore distanced, though x
; they hung ou until tho finish.
! , Asido from De Palma 'a death-daring
finish, and Hughes's steady, brilliant
j . race, the furious speed at the start- by
Tetzlaff and Mulford were the ' fca
turcs of tho day.
;j Averaged 69 Miles.
H Do Pahna's averag for the whole
y- course, including the "hairpin bond, was
69 miles an hour. Hughes averaged
(jS.S, but Tetzlaff rode at an average
speed of over 72 miles per hour, and
I- (t part of tho time was negotiating the
course af. 74.4 miles per hour.
I ,.i Though the race lasted for more
I 1) than four hours, there was not a ainglo
I ; moment lacking excitement. Prom the
I time the eight contenders lineal up for
L, tho start until tho flag flashed after
r I the last i finisli, 1hc whole atmos-
, phero was feverish.
Mi: tDo Palma was first away at .11
r'i o 'clock in the morning. Thirty seconds
I after he flashed down the track Hughes
l;J was sent away. Nert came "Smiling
I I l?alph;' M.ulford, and then, in their
I order, Nelson. Wishart, Anderson.
Lti Clark and Tetzlaff.
'5 At tho finish of tho first lap it was
I ,5 seen that Mulford was setting a ler
I & riic pace. Though he started thirty
I jj jjeconds behind Hughes, wheu thcy
I ! flashed beforo tho .jndgca' stand at the
lj Porto la
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Six High -Class Enter
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1i Perqueta Courtney
Hi Sid Hall
f Curley Munroe
i Arthur Pringle
end of their first lap, .Mulford was
i'carcob' five seconds behind and going
like the wind.
Dc Palma held tbe lead, but at the
end. of tho second lap Mulford was in
second place, having lapped Hughes
on the far stretch.
Meanwhile Tetzlaff. who had flashed
jii a red streak- past. Clark on the first
lap and overhauled Anderson on tho
second, displayed tho speed that for
more than two hours set the spectators
wild with enthusiasm, and incidentally
Alullord came to grief.
Do Palma whirled down the stretch
liuisbiug his third lap. Evcrv specta
tor rose and craned his neck to see
Mullord, who was confidently expected
to come second. Instead, with an an
gry sounding roar and snort, Tetzlnff
plunged down the streldi.
in three laps about 2-1 miles he
had overhauled and passed six contest
ants who had startod ahead, of him.
and was thuudoring around the course
at nearly ro miles per hour.
Mulford 's Car Fails.
Hughes, , Wishart, X.lhon, Clark and
Andcrsoa m turn raced paat tho stand,
aucl thou came a cry of fear from the
"Whore's Midford? What's the mat
tor AvithJTalph7 Where ;s 24'? "
i A positive babel of voices roared
question after question afc tho. indues'
stand, and a sigh of rcliof, Ari'thaf of
sympathy, arose when it was an-
nouueed: "Mulford is all right. His
magneto went up. He'a out of tho
race, but; all right."
Just when the dashing young Ameri
can, in an American car, was prom
ising a remarkable, race, ho came to
gnei This left .three AmoriccaS
lhe btutz, Lozicr and Merccr remained
fS"gfi? &fittX SS.ES of
the fourth lap ho halted because "fen
gino trouble and never recovered.
Then one after another of the racers
laa and Hughes only rare maintaining
their course., Tetzlaff was thunderin?
along at. tca-rific speed. Hnghes" T Mer
cer lnade less noise than any of the
Tcwlaff was slowly but aurelv creeping
up. As they finished the eighth P an
they wcro almost neck and neck, drir-hri?,S1,Crateb'-
SSSS ghTS t,,at thcso
Tho next la) settled it. As Do Palma
a id ll hn"'6 t0, "j0 behind
? d ;,,0"slc of his pit. One
.inn letzJaff flashed past in the load
Do 1-alma fghting hard to regain tho
lead.. By the time Tetzlaff completed
hjs eiffli teenth lap he had nearlyVvor
Jeenth '1 the afctcr's seven-
liKVif0 ninotentUap did Tetz.
laa slip. Then,, working furiously, ho
and his mechanician replaced a tire,
E FALL HATS
I OF DISTINCTION I
I HOLT HAT CO. I
36 EAST BROADWAY.
and Overcoats I
$15 to $35 I
Webster -Wise Co. I
26 East Second So. I
Wilson Hotol Building. 1
Baden Wins Buckeye Stake;
Pacing Colt Sets New Mark
OLUMJ3LrS, O.. Oct. 2. Eadcn put hir.
grand circuit winnings for the .sea
son at S2!.100 by going out this after
noon and beating ilia bunch that last
week cut. him out of victory in tho 1Io:j-tcr-Columbus
.stnke. Tho race today was
the "Buckeye stake, valued at 55000. and
FJaden took a new record for liimsclt' and
tho cvciil by .stepping the first mile in
2.0o. The horse also showed hia claaa
by doing tho third heat In the sump,
Impetuous Palmer, the f-ycar-old pac
ing colt, owned by Ta C. Kinney of
Bushncss, 111,, was se'nt against the
world's record for sUUlionn of that ago
and gave a winning exhibition by doing
a -:05i mile, which is a quarter of a
r.oeond belter than tho old -record, held
jointly by Jim Jjognn and Klatawab.
Eva Cord won the trot In straight
Bessie J3cr. took her tlnio getting
started In tho 2:15 paco and th first two
heats went to Adeline W. Then the Towa
mare commenced and hnd tho race ?.t
tluj end or the fifth licat.
Jn tho sixth heat of the 2:1-1 trot, five
of which wero decided on Tuesday,
Teane Arion was beaten down tlio stretch
by Dr. Wilkes.
2:14 trot, thrw In five, puree 12M (five 5ircts I
took ou gasolene, oil and water, and
Lap after lap he reeled off until tho
spectators believed he had. tho race
won.' For the twenty-fourth time he
roared past the stand and then ho dis
appeared. Do Palma came in sight,
and onco more nervous dread seized tho
"Terrible Toddy' has been reputed
a daredevil driver and many icared
that be had been wrecked. Again
questions wcro hurled at the judges and
finally through a megaphone this was
"Tetzlaff is out of the race. His
ongine has gone up.
.According to other autoi&ts tho fu
rious speed he was making melted a
connection, and fifteen minutes later,
crestfallen, but smiling ruefully, "Ted
dy" was given a round of cheers a3
he walked to the sta.ud.
Then Hughes began to shine. Dc
Palma was in tbe lead, "but Hughes
had had less trouble. Purring loudly
along the track, he was driving a ter
rific but consistent race and slowly
overhauling De Palma.
Slowly ho crept up. At the thirty
first lap ho was forty-eight seconds be
hind and coming strong. De Palma
stopped for twenty seconds on this lap
and changed his front left; tiro. Tho
rear tire was torn but De Palma would
not take time to change it.
Ou the next lap Hughes was forty
four Hoconds behind and they held these
relative positions for two" laps. Do
Palma 's men in his pit held up huge
signs with his tinio and "Hughes"
painted on tjicni.
Then, beyond a shadow of doubt, tbe
daring Italian began to take terriblo
chances at tho corners. Hughes hung
on like grim death. De Palma 's Tear
tire was fluttering in' ribbons, but try
as he would, Hughes was unable to
out down De Pahna's lead more than
one and one-quarter seconds to tho fin
From start to finish the race was
splendid. No records wero broken, but
it was one of the cleanest and most
exciting Vanderbilt enp races 'ever
HUNTERS FIND BEAR
CLOSE TO THE CITY
George McNeil and J. P. Ellis, two
famous bear hunters of Bountiful, brought
to the city yenterdny two brown bears,
which thoy killed Tuesday in the north
fork of City Creok canyon. Just six and a
half miles from Salt Xiaku City. The
larger of the two weighed 200 pounds and
the smaller, a yearling, tipped the beam
at seventy-five poundB. The older bear
wau disposed of with two shots from a
2."..':n rifle, while one nhot from a .22
caliber gun ended tho caroor of tho
younputer. Tho hears were found feed
ing in a berry pntih.
The hunters report hear plentiful in
tho mountains north of the city and will
rnakc another trip to that, locality to
day. RoportH have reached them of a mon
ster grizzly near Greenwich, in southern
Utah, which is killing stock and spreading
such terror in that section that tho stock
men have offered a reward for Its death.
:MfNoil and EIIIe have written Greenwich
citizens and if the reward offered la suf
ficient to defray tho expnnsc-s of the
trip they will go south next week to camp
on tho trail of tho big grizzly.
The two hunters created a sensation
last year ly appearing on tho titretH of
Salt like City with two young bears
harnessed to a wagon.
CORBETT NOW HAS
CHANCE TO RECOVER
By International Xcwb Service.
PHILADELPHIA, Oct. 2. Physicians
in attendance on James J. Corbett at one
Umii champion heavyweight prize fighter
of the world, at the Jefferson hospital
hero tonight, cald that tho jiatlont la
resting easy, but that he Is not out of
danger. Corbett was operated on last
night for appendicitis. It was tllocovord
that the appendix and the wall of the
int&stlnuii both were ruptured.
Peritonitis Is the gTeat danger now, and
it will be twenty-four hours befor3 thcrr
will be any Indication whether thin dis
ease Is to develop or not.
It Is claimed by Corbott's friends- that
the blow with which Bob Fltzsinimona
won th world'u cliamplonclilp caused tho
Urat trouble with, .ta tftehiwr's appendix.
I)r, Wilkes, b. tr,, ly Stoel Arch
(MurpJiy) , , ....z in a l l i
.Icdc Arlon, b. m. (Gray) fl 113-43
Miick'H Mnuk, b, h. (Mcnonld)...l Z 10 3 3
Ju'Jco K., Alt. Const. Glendilo, Itrmbeti Whlt
no.t, Decoration. Country Tramp. Lulu 3. and
Kllpx trick also Hturtod, Beat Umr, 2:MU. in
"'V pice, .Uir In ire, purffi JWO:
KcMs nu, h, m., by Star Onward
(PurVer) j 3 1 1 1
Adeline W.. eli. m. (Gordon) 1 1 T R n
Stitbrlno Lad. ch. h. (Rodney). I 2 G (1 3
Vlr Elder, lMn K,. Sllvor Diamond. NoIlM
Gray, Dr. Crar arid Peo alio darted. Beat
Eucioyo sttkc, 3:12 IrotMrii. tbrM tn frr,
Badun, br. h.. by Blngara. fKodUir).. 1 1 1
Rutli MuGrcgor. d). m. (Mr.DonaJd) 2 3 fl
Kr.tbor W.. b. in. (Cox) t 7 3
Dor.ich Medium. Tim Wanderer, Dov Hall.
Oakdale end Peter Floy also started. Best time,
1:11 Irot. thr In five, purse, ?12?0:
Evh Cord. b. m.. by SilU Cord (Qeera)....l 1 1
DourJifiMor. blk. b. (Cox) ., 3 2
riobort MUrot, b. k. (Jamison) ... 2 i
Thlatlo Domi, Ncvzoll. Victor Slajr, Marlcold,
Klllv Buff. Uko A)ptn and John W. D.rln also
rtai'tcd. Boat tlmo, 2:W..
To boat -world's stalUou thrBe-joar-old record,
Impotuoua Palrrwr, b. c, by Impetuous
Devil (Valentino), won. Time, 2:05i,
III LEAGUE HOLDS
Absence of Magnate Causes
Postponement of Election
Special to The Tribune.
DUTTE. Mont., Oct. S.Th8 latenesa of
a 'train from Helena bearing Maurice
"Weiss, owner of the Helena franchise,
delayed tonight's meottiuy of the Union
Baseball association, and nothing was
accomplished, adjournment being taken
until tomorrow morning at 0 o'clock, when
the question of an election of president
to succeed the late V. H. ILucaa will be
taken up. This disposed or. the matter of
rormulating plans for next season will
follow. There la a possIbIIlt7 that the
election or a president will be deferred.
IN one of the Union magnates would ven
ture an opinion as to who might bo the
.ZP'Il t ,tne meeting. Richard Cooley
of Bait Lake, is mentioned, and William
Moto of Butte, Is a candidate.
Mr. Cooley left for Salt Iak0 tonight,
leaving proxies for Ogden and Salt Lake.
Hp will endeavor to add Boise and one
other southern city to the circuit.
The annual fall meeting of the TJnlon
Baseball association convened at the Fln
leu hotol this afternoon for the trans
action of routine business with Vice Pres
ident Van D "Putte in the chair. This
afternoon tho magnates disposed of such
affairs as generally come before a meet
ing of this nature checking up accounts,
receiving reports of officers and commit
tees, awarding the 1013 pennant to Mis
soula, and discussing the .circuit for next
BROWN FINDS TARTAR;
SHADED BY LORE
By International N'ewa Sc-rvloc.
NEW YORK, Oct. 2. Knockout Brown
met a tartar tonight In the person of
Tommy Lore, a newcomer, who sprung
the blggcat surprise soen by fight fari3 in
many moons. Tn ten rounds of fiorco
battling at the St. Nicholas Athletio olub,
Lore fought Brown to a standstill, hav
ing a shade on him at the finish. Ho
beat Brown at his own game Brown
atruck hia gait In tho fifth, took the sixth
seventh and eighth rounds and took a
hard beating In tho ninth and tenth.
Brown was on the ropes at the end of
the ninth and was ripe for a knockout
when the bell ended the light.
CHANCE'S STOCK IS
SOLD IN PITTSBURG
By International News Siirvico.
CINCINNA.Tr Oct. 2. Frank Chance's
stock in the Chicago club lias been pur
chased by Harry Ackerland, president of
tho Flcischmann Distilling company of
Pittsburg. Tho purchase prlcir In not re
vealed. The sale was affected several
days ago. Ackorland is fond of all out
door sport-s, Is very wealthy and a loyal
busebull bug. He Ik about 5 vears of
ago and Is a friend of Barney Dreyfun.
Ackerland is a brother-in-law of former
Mayor Julius Flcischmann of this city
and Colonel Max C. inoischmann-
Horgan Wins Again.
SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 2 John G.
Morgan, tho JiampIon three-cushion bll
llanl player, defeated W. II. Rltter of St.
Louis hi ono-game match hure tonight,
10 to 'J',',. Horsan's high run waa 5. Rlt- I
Yesterday's Football Results:
At Princeton Princeton, 41; Rut
At Philadelphia University of
Pennsylvania, SE; Franklin & Mar
At Providence Brown. H; Colby, 0.
At Hanover Dartmouth, 41; Nor
At Harrlsburg, Pa. Carlisle. ' 63:
Villa Nova, 0.
" '" -- 'i
UTAH HORSE WINS
FIIW JST FIELD
Unknown From Beaver Coun
ty Surprises Talent, Pay
0 ing Over 20 to I.
JUDGES FINE DRIVERS
Two Reinsnien Disciplined
for Not Trying to JVin
LL aensational erformanc by a. tFtah
Tanning horse which defeated a fast
field and paid his backers $42.70 for
each .$3 ticket, and drastic action by
the judges in disciplining drivers of
harness horses for not trying to wiu,
featured tho racing yoflterday at the
state fair. Parryahant, a riuiner of
unknown lineage, OTrncd in Beaver
county, furnished tho upset In the
running race while J. B. Keyaor and
A. J. Nelson were the drivors who
drew tho ire of tho judges and were
plastered with substantial fines,
Koysor drove Wary Manners in the
first; event of the day, a 2:26 pace or
trot. The maro got away flybir in. the
first heat but the driver roaitrainod her
and permitted T.ho field to keep within
striking distance. Hal always sec
ond, came on at the end to win in- a
close finish. Koysor was called to the
stand and questioned by the .judges,
and later a linn of $100 was assessed
against him, Hal J. won the next two
heats and the race with Manners sec
ond each time.
Five Heats Necessary.
Before the horses went to tho post
for tho first heat in this race, a pro
test waa filed against Hal J. It was
claimed that he lias a mark: of 2:08
which would make him ineligible to
Btart, ajid payment of first money to
his owner was held up pending an in
vestigation. Five heata wero necessary to decide
the second harness ovent, a special
trot or pace. Dictatum won tho first
heat, Grey Sta? the second and BTellnis,
Jr., the third, Kolson's handling of
1 Dictatum in the third hxjat drew tho
displeasure of the judges and a fine of
$25. He then went on and won tho
' fourth heat and finished second to Grey
Star in the fifth and final.
Although tho horses alternated in
seemingly bewildering fashion in win
ning heats in this race, the "wise mon
ey'' mado no mistakes, the mutuels
paying in tbo five heats as follows:
$4.50, $3.10, $3.40, $2.t30 and $2.00,
Four runners wont to tho post in the
tlrird race of the day. a dasn ovor the
five-furlong course. Tillinghaat, Tippy
and James Blackstoc-k, all of whom
have won races on many tracks in aris
tocratic equine company, received tho
support of the speculators, while Parry
shant, a utranger from Beaver county,
was ingored by tho entire crowd. But
when l came to tho running of tho
race it was the Utah, horse "first and
the others nowhere. Parryshant Rim
ply breezed the distance with his mouth
.wide open, stepping tho five-eighths in
1:02. Jam os Blackatock was second '
and Rllinghast third. Two dollar tick- i
ots on Parryshant called for $12.70.
Hazel G., Lew Poesott's clover filly,
had no trouble in taking the final race
of the day over the three-quarter route.
She was ridden by Corey, who had also
had the mount on Parryshant, and
malring every post a winning one.
breozod home in front of Hadad and
No Quarter. Howard Pearson pulled
up aftor going a quarter.
lirst race, 2:215 trot or pace.
Hal J. (R.U8861I) 1 1 1
Mary Manners (Keyaor) 2 2 2
Buddie G. (Drew) ,,.?. a
Miss Bingo (Baker)..... 4 4 5
Utah Pointer (Spicor) fi 0 4
Anita V. (Masoa) -., .,7 5 c
Dr. Abol (Jones) .....6 7 7
C Direct (Johnson) ......... distanced
Time. 2:161, 2:1S, 2:17.
Second race, special, trot or paco:
TJlclaium (Nelson) 1 2 2 12
Grey Star (Johnson) V 1 a 3 i
Hellnis, Jr. (RuHSell) B R 2 3
Fleety Gazelle (Balccr).....2 4 4 4 4
I Gipsy Wood (Massa) ...4 3 5 6 dr
! Time 2:161, 2:141, 2;16, 2:17. ::17.
Third race, five furlonga Belling Par
ryahant, 11 (Corey), $42.76, -won; James
Blackstock, 111 (Hill), second; Tilling
haat, 111 (Pauley), third. Time 1:02.
Tippy also ran.
Fourth raco. nix furtonfra, soiling -Hazel
C 106 (Corey), $3.40, won; lJadad,
103 (McAbce). second: No Quarter, 111
(richer), third. Tlmo 1:15. Howard
Pearson also Htarted.
.No harness races will bo run today, tho
time usually devoted to that f'eutum be
ing given to a display of prize winning
tooK, jewq naming raoes yrill constl
In Perfect Condition
For Tomorrow's Bout
DEMETRAL AND LEON
READY FOR FRAY
William Dcmetral, tho "Greek Demon,"
and Juclc Leon, tho "Russian Bear Cat,"
the first two heavyweight boxers of any
note to meet in a twenty-round boxing
contest in this part of the country for
Borac time, are working like bcavera for
their coming bout at Murray next Fri
I Dcmotral worked at Murray yesterday
afternoon, and his training quarters was
packed by his countrymen, who wero
curiouB to see whether he could bor as
woll as he can wrestle. Thej' were ap
parently satisfied with tbe showing he
made and last night thcro waa consid
erable monoy In Murray to back him.
Leon worked at the tire station In this
city, and a kirso crowd watched 1dm so
through "his work. He Is talrly fast on
his feet for a man of bis size, and al
though ho didn't have anyone to work
with that he could lot himself out on,
he showed that ho knows the boxing
game and has a punch that Is apt to
make Dcmcrral think ho Is back in
Greece if it lands properly.
Con Gallagher i3 handling tho bout and
a good sized percentage of the sate re
ceipts will go to the Murray fire de
partment, of which Con is the chief.
There will bo two good preliminarleB.
Duck Hunters Bag
Limit In Hour's
Stay on Grounds
Duck hunters who took early advantage
of the opening of tho duck season Tues
day are reporting excellent luck thus far.
Members of the various gun clubs who
were out Tuesday and yesterday aav that
a majority of the sportsmen nagged the
limit of twenty-five, nome of the better
shota reaching the limit In an hour's
The sportsmen ore unarrlmou in stat
ing that the disease which nppeared
among the ducku several weeks ago has
entirely disappeared. "The ducks arc
flying high and fast, which is a certain
sign of perfect health among thorn." said
A. T. Moon of tho Now Moon club yes
terday. The ducks are plentiful in this vicinity,
are In great variety and In exccllont con
dition. Pintails, redheads and mallards
are to be found in great numbnrB and
a few irpoonbillE and gadwells re he
Ing bagged. Teala appear Bcarco at this
time. Later in the season tho canvas
back, tho king of edible duckn, will af
ford the sportsmen the best shooting of
Sportsmen who are not members of
any club report some degree of success.
Thcro is but little dunking ground In this
vicinity not controlled by clubs, but the
unattached sportHmen aro bugging a
numbe rof blrda in the neighborhood of
number of birds In the neighborhood or
birds seek refuge from tho guns of club
tuto the dayB upoed programme tho en
tries being as follown:
First race, one mile, purse Cabin. HI;
Iladad. 108; Parryahant, 111; "Royal River,
Ul; Gretchon G., 111.
Second race, half-mile, purse Nifty.
1)9; Tendcrcst, 39; Tubo Rose, 111: Kins:
SEfcrl, 108: Brownie 11U A r
BREWER HERE Fljfif
BOUT WITH if.
Match Has Been ShortenejKjjY
Fifteen Rounds, and WiJ.
l-arry Brewer, tho crack Kanta$i)t
middleweight who mec(c Marty RoimSwt
"tho Fighting Fireman" of this citjjKitft1
a fifteen-round boxing contest at2Btlr
8aJt Lake tbeator on' September 10,jMot s
rived In tills city last ulghl looking flVt
step into the ring at a minute's noml ft
Brewer is ono of the few profesalMTsflj
boxers who lead tho simple life and ML.;
always In condition to put up a good
at n. minute's notice if necessary. BreM? est
says: "It makos no difference tojMLrii
whether my opponents arr, champlontKL ,
not. I always get myself in the best 'Mr
slble condition, and if l loi?c I liavP
excuses to offer Somo of the tougrrT
battle T have ever had have been -n
youngsters who wero practlcallv unh'm ! J
of, and I have boen Informed than
Marty Rowan T am meeting just sucjI i
young man." im
Brewer will npond today looking M-rj
suitable training quarters. In all pU
ability he will arrange quarters In swtH
downtown store room where the pujBli f
will be welcome to come and watch-Sin
He looks every inch the boxer tjB
ho is reputed to bo and if his looksW
not belle Ills ability he will make mm
friends hore in tho next week. M
At a meeting of the local boxing afcll
wrestling committee yesterday it waswlr:
cided that this bout would be HmlBfet
to fifteen rounds, as both boy3 aro wUMb
mixers who travel nt top sp'eed from-Hp9
time tho gong rlnga until the bouSBL.
over, and tbe commissioners were afrBl-.
that If tho bout went more than
teen rounds the boxers would tire, iKL
tho last few rounds would be a te$tTV
endurance, rather than skill. One or:flt D
other should be able to establish hla 'Sac
perlorlty In fifteen rounds.
This decision of the commlilon shd9ii
go a long way toward making this
of tho fastest and cleanest bouts eiV
seen In this city, as both men will beM?
.porfect condition, and will bo able to t
that much faster, and it Is action tim '
the public ruollj' pay their money
see. ?m nl
Rowan i? irking harder for this bMutn
than ever before In his life, as ho twiw
lses he has tho chance of a lifellmeVB
make a reputation. A victors over Brail
cr will class him as one of the best
terwelghta in America today. Tho oM.
feai that Rowan's friends express is tnKjf
he is working so hard they are afnt,,
he will overtrain, but he is being hiMjL
died bsr a veteran in the boxing
Tom Gleason, and it is safo to waJf
that tlie night of the bout will llnd Ro"!
an in the best shape of his career, Mr?
In addition to the big main event, "Pemjj
moter prarry W Hoasren is arrangllW"
two high class preliminaries, one of sBto:
rounds and one of ten, to whot the fajM j
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S01rB fellows think W
they can't get hat w
value unless they pay a
fancy price. If you are i
in this class -sre can soon jjjfc
upset your theories with .w
oui Welton $3 hut. There t&fr
is a Welton hat to fit ev
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