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Bp; 4 - THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 13, 1913. ' SPORTING SECTTAM J
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II Wolgast Taking Chances '
I ' ; On Losing Champion ship. .
i Manager Is Arranging Enough Fights to Keep Ad Busy
1 Until New Year's.
I Bg W W. Naughton ';' ' :.;'
1 x-'-kK-FBtoOISCO, Oct. 32. Tn the
j (L waiter of drumming up fiphtinj;
1 i! dates for Lightweight Champion
1 "" Aa Wolgast, Manager Tom Joues
is running amuck. And it stands to ;
reason ha is doing so with the full I
knowledge and consent; of his fighter.
It mav be that Jones will keop faith
with Jim Ooffroth in the matter of.
bringing TFolgast to San Francisco for
a Thanksgiving day contest tho writer
"believes he will but there is no shut
ting one's eve to the fact that Jones
is angling for bids from every promoter
jn the country.
If a man is to bo judged by his acts,
Jones would have Wolgast boxing every
week between now aud. Thanksgiving
and ever' week between Thanksgiving
day and ftew Year 's. ,
At anv rate, he soems disposed to
Bign for "any place where Hhe induce
ments are satisfactory." andf this
without civlng a thonght to the pos
sibilities of defeat or accident that at
tach to anv single engagement.
Whv this recklessness?
What does it all mean.7
Ts it, as some suggestt that Wol
gast feels the appendicitis operation
has done for him as a champion and
tBafc he intends to bunch hi? fight
and go on Taking in purses until detent
rails a halt?
&9t is it, us other-; suggest, the ol-
faith in his own invincibility
..mounts to a craze that he believes
he could defend-his title k successfully
every day in the yenr if given an
I In either case, Wolgast-'s methods are
not those of a level-headed champion
nor Joues 'b tactics those of an astuto
manager, and it requires very simple
linos of reasoning to show why.
Takes Big Bisk.
A world's championship is the great
est asset any man who follows fisti
cuffs for a living can posses. What jb
jnore, there is no gainsaying that acci
dent or luck frequently centers large
ly into the attainment of a champion
ship degree, .
Tbia is provpu by the surprises that
changes'-of championship have caused
from time to time. The bout which
brings about the dethronement of a
Tiing of the ringr often shows that the
one who is deposed has retrograded
wopfullv and would have been, .an C8sy
mark for any one of a half dozen
huskies that could be named.
But that's neither bere nor there.
The winner was the one lucky enough
to secure the match and tho winner
has become champion. And if be fol
lows in the ways of champions who have
Cone before he will nurse hit; title.
He "knows what it means in the way
of commanding theatrical dates and big
Threes for fights to come. He knows
that evorv man of his weight in toe
same is after his scalp and he will not
risk the prestige he has gamed unnec
essarily. Ho knows that engagements
whether of the ring or the. stage
are his whenever he gets ready to ac
cent them, and that there is no need
io burrv in anv direction. He can tur-.
nisb plausible 'excuses, such as needing
a rest and the like when pestered jron
challenges, and above all he likes the
distinction which attaches to wearing
the laurels. ' Unless he is a freak he
will use every artillce calculated to
I I or overcoat the
I I Hand way and
I I save ten dollars.
V Eft I Thusa Kufforinr From weafe
I m& vt&vkK that Rap tba pleasures
VOI I of llfosbmjIdUkeJureiiPJlIs,
Geuvou. Th"E have more rejiivcnatin-?,
J60 Titalicinc force thiu hanevet
iH " 'ceforebpen offered. SentpPBt-
paid ln plabj puvkacreonlyon receipt of 31 nnd
libore coupon by C I. Hood Co., proprietor
keep him atop of the hcap'-t'6r a long j
Prior to last November, when Wol
gast was seized with appendicitis at
Los Angeles, he was the .same as any
other champion. I To laid off :. whole
yenr once uecniiie ho injured- his arm
in a fight. Thou, if he told the truth,
he inoroly accepted fcbort bout engage
ments for "the purpose of finding if his
newly mended wing vouhl stand the
brunt of longer ia;:tches.
Whou isHsncd with this puint bo
took up his Oamp! jiihip iluti.j ar;ain.
Ho fought .1. intervals, but showod
no undue haf.tc in making matches, lie
kept Freddie Welsh at arm's longth for
quite a while, but finally agreod to meet
him in the VeTnon ring". It was on tho
eve of the affair in question that Wol
gast wb taken down with appendi
citis. Here is something, by the way, which
indicates tbftt it is "over-confidenco that
ails Wolgast rather than a deBiro to
make a quick clean-up before his
strength- wanes entirely. His friends
wore wondering if he had recovered
sufficiently to give hiB usual account of
himself against Hivers and the little
champion, through. hiH manager, was
bargaining for. other matches while the
.Rivers affair wan still unf ought. He
wanted a date in San Brancisco for
late in July and another for August,
and yet another for Soptember. Ho
would have got them ."too, if ho had.
come through the Bivois match in
shape to fill them.
Mandot May Surprise.
The Bivers affair laid Ad on the shelf
for a while. He admitted he was in a
bfld iray and announced that all dates
were cancelled and that he was going
to his Cadillac farm to build up.
The farm -must have done wonders
for him if the way Jones is scouring
tho. -country for rinfc engagements at
present is to be taken as an indica
ti6n. Unless the programme is changed one
of Wolgast's battles will be with Joo
Mandot at Now Orleans. To the aver
age sporting man it seems as if Wol
gast should refrain from signiug any
other set of articles until tho 2sTow Or
leans, matter is disposed of. Joe Biv
ers sent Wolgast to the farm for a few
months, and then Jdandot came along
and defeated Bivers signally.
What assurance is there that Wol
gast will not require another lay-off af
ter tho Tow Orleans 20I
Two Poses of Giants'
,-: . Great Young T wirier
Tho remarkable work, of Dcraaroe in
his manor league debut is but an ad
ditional chapter-toxa series of wonder
ful pitching successes which that pliiy
er has had this year. Jt is doubtful
if any record has ever been made in
organized baseball such as Demarco has
made this "ar.
Pitchy for the light-hitting Mobile
team of thr Southern league, Demarcc
won twenty-five games and lost ten. In
none of the defeats was ho hit bard,
and ju onlv four games wore tho op
ponents able io get more than three
Tuns. Three of these four games he
Inst and all his other defeats wore reg
istered when he held his opponents to
three runs or loss. In lhirtv-fivo
Boxer Who Will Soon
Meet Geo. Carpentier
BILLY PATKE, .
l Bjj jgaJd Weaver" was not nuftornL ?roin c-on-
tital 9B cusoion of U10 brain or a fractured skull.
t, i it-' as waa flvut believed.
games he pitched eleven bhu touts, seven
games in which ho allowed tho oppon
ents only ono run, seven games in
which they got only two Tuns, and
five games which netted tho opposing
team three runs. Once he allowed four
runs, twice he was reached for five
runs, and ouco for seven. Ho was not
batted out of the box during the on
Hro season, and finished every game
he started with the exception of ono,
whpn he was taken out in tho seventh
inning to allow another batsman to
hit for him.
In tho fchirtj'-fivo games that De
maree pitched for the Mobile team to
which he belonged ho avoragod about
three and a half, runs per game, yet
ho won twenty-fivo of these gamoB.
Only fifty-eight runs were scored oiF his
doliverv in 317 innings that ho pitohed.
Hi6 opponents averaged less than two
runs per game. Tn 317 innings he made
only two wild pitches, and in 106 fiold
ing chances ho made only two errors.
Demarec pitched seven extra-inning
games during tho season and won all of
them. Jn ouc game he hold Montgom
ery to one ruu jn eighteen, innings and
shuf, out Chatanooea on another occa
sion foi fifteen minutes. In the eigh-tccn-iuning
game against Montgomery
Demarec fanned twenty batsmen.
Demaree started, the Southern league
soason with four successive shutouts
and was not scored upon during the
first forty-four inuingB that ho pitched.
He worked for' eight innings of a thir-teou-irining
scoreless tie against tho
Giants during the spring trip, and al
lowod three hits. He averaged seven
strike-oulB and about one and onehalf
bases on balls per 2amo during tho sea
son. Iu five camos he did not give a
pass and in. fifteen others ho gave one
pass per game, somo of theso contests
going into extra innings. Twico in
thivty-fivo games ho gave four pasaos,
his limit, and all the others wore bolow
American Horses Win, j
LONTX)N, get ,12. American horses
won botjj flrat and second placon In tho
clasrric Duke of Torlc stake today at
Kompton park. Tenuis ' TVJnanx's Adam
Bode' waa tirst and August Belmont's
Monotone second In, a field of twelvo run
1 nere. Tho raco was for 510,000 and waa ,
j a handicap ovor a. distancn of a lulls and!
Eastern Football Results:
At Providence Wealayan, x7; Brovrn
At Cambridge Harvard, 2fi: Wil
liams, 3. ;
At Annapolla Lehich, 14; Midship
At Princeton--Princeton, 51', Vir
ginia Poly., 0.
At New HavenTale, 16; Lafay
At Itliaca Cornell, 14; New York
At West- Point Army. 10: Kut
At Philadelphia Swarthmore, 6;
At Syracuse Carlisle, 33: Syra
At Worcester Union. 7; Worcester'
At Carlisle Kniifilnslon. 6: J0I111.1. (!.
At J-laijover Dartmouth, 6; 'Ver
At Philadelphia Yalo frcshinon, 15;
Pennsylvania freshmen, 0.
SALT LAKE HIGH OUTCLASSES!'
GRAND JUNCTION; SCORE 92 TO (f 0
THB Grand Junction Timers, cham
pions of Bouthorn Colorado and
contenders for the- ntato title,
went down in defeat yostorday
beforo tho faat hlph school team
of thlfl city. Tho Timers ca.mo here conti
dent of defeating the local boya by a
fihutout, but were forced to tako their
own medicine to the tunc of f!2 to 0.
The frame, In somo respoota, would
havo been more appropriate eel to musi
cal comedy, and. on tho other hand, pre
sented tho pathetio spectacle of a fairly
pood team puttlnc up a desperate light
Hgainut a team that would graco many
The Colorado stars did not approach
ihe standard net Jn Utah, and Co;ioh
Richardson proved his oft-repeated ub
Knrtlon that ho haH a team equal to any
In the west. After the frame ho said:
"The result waa Just what I had ex
pected, for T knew the boyn had it in
thorn and that thoy would roll up the
score. Of course 1 had no thought that
the Tigcm wero so Inferior, as last year
they were considered nrr-champlonH of
their state. In defeating them so de
cisively we can well claim the champion
ship of both states."
Coach Kacher of the Tignrn said: "VTo
were six hours late in arriving, and the
long stay on the train naturally stiffened
the boya a great deal. I am not offer
ing this a an excuse, for I realhic we
we-ru outclassed, but I know my boys
would havo madn a. better Bhowlng IC
they had had the propor rest. You have
a tine team here and one that would
bold any team in Colorado to an even
Gam in Detail.
Yntw TcMvlnr ti W-toC tor high y:1im!.
tumbltxj and Ward rtcorrrod. Olwwm jdrwieeil
three yanla through ceatw: Ward took tight
ytris; Kilpttriek ran through . lirotn 6ti tor
thinr ynrdn a.aj Wwd irn thronxh tho linn for"
ih flrat tpnehderm, Jtr irhlch hn klr.ld soaI.
ItId(; the ud BUok imrra potnts In ono
and one-half minuUn ot plr. Naylor of Blsh
rocoTerod tho h'all after tho klckoff. Olwon and
Wllfon ndranrsd th 11 and Uiou Ward car
ried It ovor (or th rcond tirae. mAJtlii the
fcere 13 aa hi MM for tn ffonl.
Ward then kktceO to Grand Junotlcn and tho
Coloradotna worn unailti to sflvancn. Sills Wcked
and high aohool recov-rd In tho middle fleld.
After eooplo of bucks for larso galaa t Ward
md an iinmiccmaful forwnrri paw tn Ward from
Oleaon. Grand Junction brxco-1 and held tho War
riors for dmi-na. Anderson, tho Colorado aJI-utr
rlcht half ot'Iut iieanon. found th lo-:nl
lnrlnclb, and after Illnea flndlnc th um con
dition, tho ball rovrrted to Salt LnUfi.
Scores at Will.
Ereckoa and Ward sdvenoed thn ball sovnnty
! ynrdr. whon thu local wero penalised ten jarda
for off.tldo play. Ward puntnd forty jaxdB to
Western Football Results:
At MadiHon Wisconsin, 56; North
At Urbana Illinois, IS; "Washing
ton, 0. i
'L i1" Arbor Michigan," t"5; 7.L
A. C. .
At liinooln NebrriEkn, 30; KanoaB
At Des aic-lnes Drake, 21; Alum
At Ijexuigton Miami, 13; Ken-'
At Green Castle, Ind. Wabash, 62;
At Tovra. City Io-.va, 14; Cornell. 0.
At Columbus Ohio Stale, 3-1: Dcnl
At Jja-wrence Kansas university,
Hi; MIsHourl State Normal, 0.
At St. Louis Missouri university,
14; Holla. 0.
At Denver Washburn, 12; Denver
At Fort Collins Colorado Agricul
tural college, 21; University of Colo
Berkeley (Rugby) University of
California, o; Olympic club. 0.
At Berkeley Unlversitv of Califor
nia, freshmen. 28; Univernity of South
ern California, S.
J'h,". Acrrat& n hlj (rack?. Andcr-
on failed to idvincc and a fonr.W trom Hltiey
yia Inmre-pirt br KllpatrleV. r,!n tor, up thl
w ,,r,'7'"I',r- ""Patrick tn an Kr"
f, Sf.V, " ?.r1 lrillUnt run carried
thfl ball orer Xor In thlnl toiichdorrn, and Ole
mc 3 ffonl made lh wore 20.
Or-tnd Junction sn rewired from Breclcon
f"'1,",1"" Jl'.til" anPt to advaneo the ball
fumbled. ThU nudfld tho quarter with thn aeoro
stxndhu: Salt lASic, -J; Grand JuncUon. o.
Aftr the rest. Orand Junction Hred of trdnr
to ki thrmiKh the IndlanV line, kicked to Kll
patrick. who advnnced more than forlr Tarda In
T,ht una probably tho prettiest run of the one.
OJeann aod KllpaUUlc Trent aliead steadily but
after two poor Advancss and a flftaen-yn'rd pen
alty for puKbins. th bill ttjj glvnn to tho Junc
tion on dOTtim. At tho first ri, however. Gooa
rlch, nt left ead. iaiTJe.1 Anderaon behind tho
lino for a ufty. raailn fo points for Hlsh.
Thn ball -van put Jn piny on tho tT.enty-nvo-7rd
line. Attor much iinauccessful lino bucklnc
thn l.all vent to hljh nchnol on downs and OIo
ton went through center for x touohdoTm. On
fair CHtch hy Wilson from Ward on the ldolfno
ithern Uxe ba.ll went behind tllo ro1. Olceon mado
On tho ktckoff . Uio TlRen tried desperatelv to
carry the bnll out of Uiolr territory but fa'llei,
and tfter n fumble, iTeo7erd by 6a.lt Lal:n, E.
Wilson In a quarterback run -went across for An
other touchdown and Ward kicked another goal.
Again tho Tlsrra received but Goodrich rnn-
Forty yardn was made on one pass and
it looked much aa though Ogden would
score. The spectacular tackling of Max
gotUi and Moose prevented a possible
score. In this quarter aiooa made the
prottiest tackle of tho day. Fuller got
away on a forward pasa and Moose went
after him. Moopj ran past- him.-but im
mediately saw his mistake. Ha foil back
wards and caught Fuller by tho toes,
throwing him with great force.
In tho third quartor tho freshmen got
their second wind and ran tho acore from
33 to 0 up to r8 to ,0. Tho forward peas
hod lost lta effectiveness nnd the Ogden
line weokonfd again, so that the long
over-tackle gains again resulted in fre
quent scores. Lack of condition showed
against the freshmen in tho last quarter.
, . i ssac
nlny with the hall beat thorn ts It at thn 'for ft
yard line. .Mcnr a aeriw of buolrc hy OIkoA :JLnf
Wiinl tho Utter took thn ImII .crotn for Sim CtCC
othnr count. Olcaon klckral sol.
Intercept Psjjs. ijni
ICtlpatricJc noon intiircoptrf anolhor forwan ?
p.i16. sainin? twenty Tatnu; Neylor Klned til -
yardn. Olcxon fumbled but V.'llaon received, tZ .
after failing; to raaic yards tho bn went to tk
Hlnou nas doivne'l and a mlnuto latr fumblw '
to Juld. -who rrcued tho lln for hlsh. 01cm irtT.
kicked soal. Thl timo hlKli aheol P-eUci an
la a. aerie of brilliant ninn narrlftd the ball i fc Pl
tho two.yard line. Hero it waa rumbled. Groa ar m
Junction now made n determluod aland ;o che
the ft lncreaalns led of tho IndUu. in wh, XT Ci
nas the beat ten minutes of pixy In tb entlt nt 1
srame tho Junction boys hold tho loeale to an eV -
bre.ik But the ico tvus es?eyllnr,lr fat an itl
tho Tlecw voto plad -when the end of the hal . n
are thtm a cliAnc to rtit The asorn n
etord: Hlsh cchool, S: Grand Juuclioa. 0. 4 kn i
Made Another Safety. a
Too. opealns of the. aecond half found the Tital .v a
trylns hnnl to hold doirn the ieore, Thsr nl
ceedod In this for tho tint half ot the psrlci inopl
SIt Mke lnd taken out two of her beit men , j, ,
givo Uiclr Kibotitulcc a chance to show, jau
eofch-insed Ith Goodrich and J. Wilson with Cai sed '
tain Olejon. About tho middle of tali ila in(.i.
Jeaaon m-ide mother aafety. sirlnc hlih athw -
two morn point. This quarter ended with tt att
hall In tho T!serK territory. The rlalllne eo ,
hud to be warned contanUy about cochlat fro'
Use fide line. ; b W
, Fourth Quarter. i led
The rtnal amnion opened tt tin. Captain OIm'S J
bxek in place, and Zlituschki erchtnzed wM UX
Kdliolm at left guard. Durlnp Uils quarter -hlj l ve
school plltd up her rono In n continuous tert .
of Ions buckt and surrcwful forward ptiiea. the p
After ono minute of play Wrd went acres t , M
a count nnd Qleson made goal. A for alnu
Inter ICIIpitrlck In another brilliant pist frd '.
WartI crowed tha line through a phalanx of U
Tlrcere, whom vain attempts at tackling wei ff 'Q
grotcMiuti, ; ,
Captain Qleson mado the coil and shortly if my q
tho klekoff ran silr yards to tho attecn-yaj
Hue. Olejon In this dash paied the entire. Coll P I
rado r.quad, his interference be Ins excellent, hi . nn
at that bo was forced to battle throe aen Ini
hAnded. and It -xas theee who Anally dropped hC lg til
after belnj; carried more then ten yards. In tW
run tho captain wzs Injured and L. Breekaa ri
llevcd htm. j ithz:
The ball t thLi point u lost on dowa, . r
J. Breclton Intercepted n forward paia and -ai " v
Uirough for another Fcore. Ward kicked go ab.
making thi scorr 71 to 0. . ,
The rest of tbla quarter -wan merely repetltlo 91 1
nntll tha las: half mlnnle, when the Juuetia ' to
team reached high Ht'iool ten-yard line aftar; .
dash across half the field by Sill on a formu 1
pais from Rhone. In the last half of the rxuv. M rn
ter Ti. Wilson scored on a forward from Wat
Ward kicked t;cal. Ward carried three T!;rj fli U o
yards to a toueidonn. than Wcilajc seal: X u
Patrick erored tho Una from left ond and Waj '
uKiin kicked soal. malting tho final score: Sa
Lako Hlsh tichool. f'i; Grand Junstlon. 0. j purj
UNIVERSITY FRESHMEN SMOTHER
OGDEN HIGH; SCORE 65 TO
. ' IH r
ALJj tho good thing that have been
said of late about the university
freshman eleven were borne out
with cmpliasls yostei'daj- forenoon
when it defeated the Ogdon lilgb
scliool football team bj' the doclstve
count of Gfi to 0. Throughout, tiio under
classmen adopted a line smashing game
which with a bob-tailed end run forma
tion simply swept, the Tlgcre off their
feeL The Ogden boys were lighter than
Coach Olesen'a men and wero completely
outclassed In ovory part of the game ex
cept the execution of tho forward pass.
In this department Ogden allowed excel
lent form and worked the play to better
3-dvantago than any team in tho high
school class was able to do last year.
TVhen they first began to work thia play
tho freshmen seemed hopoleaaly baffled,
but soon thoy began to smash up the
formation and on three occasions a crim
son man broke through and Intercepted
the pass and made good runs lor a touch
down. The backfleld was splendid and the
form of the line wan far above what was
expected. Captain Fred Stack of the
freahles was well-nigh Invincible and
tore tho lino up throughout the entire
game. Jack Travis, last year's fullback
for Granite, waa the moHt sensational
line plunger of the day, but lack of con
dition mado it Impossible for him to play
more than tho first and last quarters.
Gardener, at quarter, ran the team
well and made many large gains through
the line. Daly played a wonderful game
at tackle, both on defense luid offenBe.
wliilo Bicknora work at center was con
sistent. Moofo and Margetts, tho fresh
man ends, were always in tho play and
showed aa dawny tackling: as could bo
Ruby, at quarter for Ogden, was easily
the Htar, and C4riffln, at half, played a
good gamo. ... n t ,
The freshmen received tho first kick
nnd after a couple of mlnuteB of miser
able floundering pulled themselves togeth
er and started down the field on a gal
lon the next klckoff Gardener -received
and wit i splendid interference roturned
the ball almost to mldfleld. Then It was
onlv a few moments longer before the
plowing tactics put the ball over again.
Daly Brockmeyor and, TS cknor were
opening big holes and the backs picked
them with precision and after sotting
sUrted usually went down only after the
whole team from Ogden waa on them-
The difficulty with tho freshles scorned
to be an InabilltTr to kick goals after
touchdown. Several men were tried,
but all mot with ill-fortune.
Tho remainder of the trnarter trui much
tht Daiiio and beforo the whistle blew the
ffeshmen had run. up 31 points. Thera
was n6 foul playing at?.J
l!irvoH were fow, fio that despite the
SnloSality of the Wo teams tho crowd
was deeply interested.
In the second quarter there wan some
change made in tho freshman lineup and
Ogden showed Improvement. The frosh
mon were able to Hcnre only S po nte
during the. quarter Ogden had the ball
full half of the lime and it was during
thlM ,prlod that they worked the forward
puna to sucih advantage. Griffin and Ruby
were the combination that w5 so effec
tive in this atyV of work. Orirfin did.
the paHsliiK' and Ruby tho receiving.
and again as In tho second quarter tt
OgdenlteH held them fairly well. ,
The lineup: CJ
Utah Freshmen. Osden.l ThlH
LIlIIo. Ruggeri. ' ; tra
Margetts .!.- ftUJI
Brockmeyor l.t rw
Parry. Brighton 1-f?
Eiclcnor..... c-r. aiaiuK
Dalk !f..::::::" v.r'SS
Referee-Ashton. Umipre-L. Wffl fa a
ner. Head linesman Holnibtead. B
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