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II 8 THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 30, 19-12. "--A
Ij Jeff Let His Sense of Humor Get Away With His Judgment - - J "
I lr
TINKER HAS PLAYED HIS
LAST GAMEW1TH CHICAGO
fl Cannot Play the Same Kind of Ball Under
I Evers That I Did Under Chance," ;De
m - j. clares the Clever Shortstop. .
I-ITTCAG0, Oct- '20. Shortstop Joe
I Tinker of the Chicaeo Kntional
t leapuc baseball team, and Gurry
Herrmann, owner of the Cincin
nati team in Mic'samc Icaffiic, agreed
upon tonus . under which Tinker will
nianaco the Ohio clnb next season if
he can obtain his release from Chicago,
it was announced today.
Both Tinker and Hermann confirmed
(he announcement, and expressed hopi
that President Murphv of the Chicago
,club would release the shortstop. No
details of the agreement were given
President Murphy gave no indication
of what course he would .follow. He
leaves tonight for Philadelphia for dis
cussion with President Pqgcl of the
club thero regarding possiblo trades,
lie said.
Tinker has had some managerial ex
perience, having "understudied" Man
ager Chance the past season whilo the
latter was in a New York hospital.
Henry O'Day, the former National
league umpire, managed the Cincin
nati club this yenr, having succeeded
Clark Griffith. The team made a great
Showing cavly in the season, but. fell
down later. President Herrmann made
no siatemcnt regarding O 'Day's future.
Tinker announced that he will not
play again with the Chicago Nationals.
fj" can't play the same kind of ball
"under Evers that T did under Chance,"
said Tinker. (S1 will never put on a
'Cub' uniform again."
. Tinker and Herrmann had a long
conference The Chicago shortstop said
Hermann was prepared to trade several
I "Swedish Champion'
H Claims Victory Over
Dg Demetral, the Greek
H Writing from Now Tork to the sportlnp
I. Hitor of The Tribune, lljalmar Lunriln,
tho. Swedish champion wrestler, emphat
ically denies that he ever lost a bout to
William Demetral and claims that he de
feated the Greek decisively on the only
occasion they met. Ho says:
New York, Oct. L'3, 1912.
Sporting- Editor, Tribune.
J Dear Sir: I met a friend of mine
j from Salt Lake City- on my way here
from IJuropi! last week, lie eatd thut
I the Greek wrestler, Demetral, had
; been boasting In his record that he
; had defeated me, I onlv want to
Htate that I have wrestled Demetral
M but once and It wan In Chicago a few
I years ago and I beat hlm In two
111 straight falls, the firat In three mln-
mm utes and the second In twenty-five
' minutes. A slight mistake like that
BK c;in easily happen cpeclally among
ff those who like to boast of their rcc
MM tinls, and others reputation. When
Demetral was east, he didn't have a
M word to Kay ahout mc. lie may have
K Improved since in his confidence
I when he Is some thousands of miles
mm away from mc and thinks ho can
K heat me. I will give him a chance to
KJ how me but I will not stand to have
m9 him use my name to boost his rec-
H ords before he has a right to do It.
Bm Respectfully yours,
M 1M ALMA II LUXDIN.
M ton West JTSth street.
I -FIREMAN CHALLENGES
HANDBALL EXPERT
An opponent has been found for M "E.
Webber of Chicago, the handball expert
who has defeated all comera In this Mtv
nnd who announced In The Tribune Sun
ilay his willingness to take on any plavcr
In the city for a series of games, Al
Carlson, a member of the Snlt r.nkc fire
department. I ready lo meet the Chl
rngo man In a series of games and his
fellow members of the iln-flghtlng force
arc so confident of his prowess that they
are willing to wngcr a goodly portion of
their salary checks for the current month
that Carlson can defeat the Chlcapoan.
M I We might not have
S I the best ads you
J i I have ever read, but
j ' j we sure have the best
II art glass designs you
I ever saw. I
THE CULMER CO j
Glass. Was, 3200 I
; Glazing. 355 S.W.T. 1
players for him. "lie will give on
iufielder and two outfielders . for nie. "
said Tinker. "No pitchers arc to be
included in the doal. I I old Herrmann
thai, T did not want I he Cincinnati
club weakened. After our talk he de
cided that he would give. Grant for
mc, or that Evers might have two of
the following outfielders: Mitchell,
Kinsley, Bates or Kyle.
4iEvcrs says he will nnl consent to a
trade unless he can get Mike Doolan of
Philadelphia, for a shortstop. That is
unjust to inc. There are Cincinnati
players available that would help make
a good Cub infield. T was offered the
managcment.of the-Cub team two years
ago by Murphy, but T declined it. He
said ho wanted -mc to take charge if
anything ever happened to Chance."
PRACTICE NEW PLAYS
FOR MONTANA GAME
The chest containing the football para
phernalia of the University of Utah team
arrived at the school yesterday and from
now until late Friday afternoon the men
will busy themselves in preparing for tho
Montana game which will be played on
Cummings field Saturday. Evidence of
the fact that Bennion considers the MIs
soulians a worth'- foe was furnished last
evening when the coach announced ,that
for the remainder of the week there would
be secret practice and that tho training
would go on behind closed gates.
Some think that since the Utah Aggies
won from the Montana team that the
game will not be a hard one. Coach
Tlllle Oleson of the university freshmen
was on the sidelines In Logan last Sat
urday for the purpose of getting a line on
the Montana team and he says that the
Mlssoullans made Just as much ground
during the game as did the Aggies and
that It was simply the break In luck that
lost them the game.
Another thing that will be of Interest In
the game will be that Utah will try out
the new formation which they expect to
uso in the big game with JSoulder Novem
ber 9. While In Colorado last weok Ben
nion became acquainted with the best
formations of the Colorado university and
Is now teaching them to the freshmen
Tonight the underclassmen will havo
learned them fairly well and there will
bo a practice game with the varsity for
the purpose of finding a way of meet
ing the Boulder attack.
Since the game opened last Saturday
the Montana team has remained In Lo
gan where they have been doing scrim
mage work with the Aggies. This should
put them in splendid shape for the cast
benchers as the Aggies arc acquainted
with the style of play employed by
Utah.
Utah lias accepted C Henry Smith of
Brown as referoe for the Boulder game
and Dr. Bansbaugh of Stanford as um
pire. Mr. Smith Is the librarian at the
University of Colorado but In the past
he has shown himself to he unbiased and
to know the game completely so that
Utah had no objection to him.
BALL PLAYERS SUED
FOR LOSS OF AN EYE
LOS ANGELES. CaL. Oct. I!!. Trial of
a suit ror dumages of 525.000 for tho loss
of an eye, with eighteen baseball play
ers of the Alhambra and Pacific Electric
soml-profcsslonal dubs as defendants,
was begun today in the superior court.
Mrs. Emily Russell or Alhambni is the
plaintiff. She alleges that while walk
ing on the street on August 10, 1011, a
baseball struck her in the eye. destroy
ing the sight. She learned the names
of the clubs playing a game of baseball
nearby, but could not ascertain who had
struck or thrown the hall that hit her,
so she named all eighteen players as de-fondants.
Goulet Heard Prom.
Al Mayer has received a 'postcard from
Alfred Goulet, the bicycle rider, who was
the undisputed champion of the Salt Lake
track during the past summer. He
writes from Paris as follows:
"Just a line to pay 'Hello.' This Ik
some city. 1 will ride at the opening of
the winter track. October 27. I am In
good shape. Regards to all the bunch.
MarFarland and Lawson send their best
regards.'
Kilhane Knocks Out Dugan.
JOHNSTOWN'. Pa., Oet. 29. Johnny
Kilbane, f enthorwclght champion of tho
world, knocked out Tommv Dugan of
California in the fourth round hr-rc to
night. Honors were even In the first
round. Kilbane had the better of the
second. Honors were even In the third
and In the fourth Kilbane shot his right
to the Jaw and Dugan went down for the
count
Nash Too Clever for Malonc.
By International News Service,
PHILADELPHIA, Oct. 29. Cyclone
Al Nash proved too clever for Mike Mn
lune In the star bout at the Spring Gar
den Athletic club tonight. Tho bout
lasted the six-round limit. Nash, by the
clever use of a left Jab. danced all
around Malonc. landing two and three at
a time without a return.
Caponi Stops Marshall in Fourth.
By International News Service.
ST. JOSEPH. Mo., Oct. 29. Tony
Caponi of Chicago won over Ilav Mar
shall of Atchison. Kan. here tonight In
the fourth -round of a scheduled OfW-en-round
bout. The referee stopped tl-i- light
afler C'a;onl had floored M n -hall tlntr
time?.
JOCKEYS MED
BY LN JUDGES
Pickens and SiclafT Set Down
by Judges for Making
Listless Rides.
The. rainy weather of yesterday- kepi
a. nupihor of racegoers away from the
Lagoon course, but a fair-sized crowd
of the "regulars" was present and on
joyed a good afternoon of sport. Al
thouch a drizzling rain fell during tho
running of t ho six races, the spectators
were well protected from the rain and
wind and refused lo let the unfavorable
wenther Interfere with their enjoyment.
Two riders Incurred Judicial displeasure
during tho afternoon and were suspended
pending investigation. Pickens and Slo
laff. who had the mounts on Lotta Creed
and Elgin respectively in the second
race of the day, failed to Impress the
judges with the earnestness of their ef
forts and will pot be permitted to accept
mounts until the matter has been in
vestigated Lotta Creed was crowded out
of contention going around the first
turn and Pickens did not appear to per
severe with her thereafter. Slehiff's ride
on Elgin was a had one. although tho
horse finished In third place. With more
energetic handling he would have easily
been second and possibly have beaten
Judge Walton, the well-played favorite,
which won by a length.
Another feature of the afternoon was
a run-up In tho last race, in which
Miami, owned by 71. I. Wilson, general
manager of the track, was "boosted"
J303 over his entered prico and retained.
W. S. Heath, trainer of tho Bed well
string, did the bidding. The run-up was
a surprise to tho horsemen, as it was
not thought that the Wilson stablo stood
In any danger of being drawn into the
selling-race-war now going on at this
track. Mr. Wilson protected his horse
and smiled genially when the bidding
ceased.
Forgo was again made a favorite, this
time in the first rare of the day, but
showed nothing at all and finished back
In the ruck. Far Cathay, second choice
In the betting, was an easy winner, with
Green Cloth, the early pace-maker, fin
ishing second and Debutante third.
Another 3-to-l shot accounted for the
third race. Charley Brown found the
track to his liking and, coming very fast
In the final sixteenth', wore down Dr.
Ncufcr and won handily. Dr. Ncufer
tired, but lasted it out for second plarc
King Lear, played from .10 to 1 to close
at 12 to 1. was third, llar.el C. proved
a disappointment, as fourth was the best
she. could do. Sadie Shapiro, another
well-played choice, was a poor fifth.
Batwa was made an odds-on favorite
for the fourth race and won, but gave
his backers an awful shock. Away very
badly, he wore down the leaders and got
up In the very last stride to win by a
short head from Laura Clay. The latter
was away Hying and set all the pace, but
hung slightly at the end. Balronia easily
held the others safe. TTndad came from
far back into a fast-going fourth. .lack
O'Lanlern, a notoriously bad actor,
jumped Into the air as the barrier arose
and was as good as left.
Lcscar. owned by W. S. Heath, showed
a decided form reversal In the fifth race,
which he won easily. Lcscar sh.owed a
poor performance Monday and his Im
provement was startling. Ho was out
run the first part, but closed with great
speed, and al the finish was a length
and one-half In front of Free. The lat
ter beat Fleotlng Fashion three lengths
for the place Evelina nnd Kiora. both
well supported, could not Iccep tip.
Alaxle ran away In a half-mile before (he
start, which destroyed whatever chance
she might have had.
Three scratches In the last race left a
field of four to go to the harrier. Bake
and Bosevale shared tho post of fa
voritism, both being well played at ;: to
2. Miami, against whom as good as 1J
to r was quoted at post time, proved the
best In the going and won easily by six
lengths, Roscvale. although coming' verv
wide In tile stretch, was second, with
Lambertha. the long shot of Die race,
third and Kako a bad last.
Although tho track probablv will br,
heavy today, tho horses entered on thy
card are of tho kind that prefer soft go
ing, and tho races should produce good
contention. The fields are well balanced
and Ihe talent should get a good price
against the various selections.
Today's Lagoon Entries,
Klnl lUco Flvn nn.) one-half furlonsf. Scllins
Three-year-old anil upward. "
Index. Wf.; Index.
ltS Orsltoln . ...1051 135.1 nilly jucr inn
H3I mil Connor .I0J1 UK Melt . "Jn
1431 Art. llymsn ..1031 1170 NarD . lot
1(5? Saltiest 109!
Srconrt rued Klvr. furlonca. Sellliic. All nee.
0 CAlenn (Jnlo ..1HI 117 1 Grlzily near in-)
llll The t'ml ml ir,02 ltcr . 'ins
(14R7J flood Intent ..111! USC Clara W in;
145 Itofcnu HOi "
Third Itace Kuturlty tourae. Solllns. Tlucc-
yea i -old and npnard.
UOI nalronU 105' KS5 Orimar l.ad 103
1417 Jiint Red ..,.1071 1501 Iaum Clay 10-
Hf7 Oxr 107' " u
Fourth Hace-Ono mile. Selllnc. Thrce-jri:-
oldn nri upward.
1415 C. W. Krnnnn.mi UK Omito joi
USD Jmlce Walton 112! 10 Slim IVinii", "ins
14J1 Abound 10J (1171) I-Tor. Krlpp . 07
J472 Flylne Iftjf 1195 Hcporl-r lie
Flllh Itare Six furloncs. Selling. Thrce-V'-ar.
oldn and upward
110 Floronre A. ..llll (1577) Glmll . . 105
I17S Cofcrovc 103! 1120 Dulch Coiiraee 101
1407 O Cunnlnch'm in?! 1170 Mandadero 100
Sixth Ilace Five and onc-lmlf turlonci. Sen-
Idk. Thric-ycar-olda mid upward.
1150 Dorian Trlnce 1031 HS Dahlsren . Ift
1175 Kay ',gn ltti 1491 Yollowroot joj
MM 1". nulutallcr. 10DI 1H7 Trm. Standard "ifn
ISO-' Green lule ....10J! 1474 Ttil ju(
Tuesday's Laurel Results.
Firat race. Tito nad onc-lmlf fuilonc. aclllns
Insurance Man. 101 (Martin). 3 to 1. won; Stork,
ton. 107 (Shuttfnerri. r, to I. n.vond: fonllo I"
104. ITolunm. X 1.1 I. third. Tm. 1:0?
JWoid m-c. imle nn-l fcvcnly vaij.. oclhn? -Coldeii
"Mi- 'O1 iMcTit;snrti 1 lo r won
Iajih. :r,n aj 'i.julili t 10 j r,miid. Hal"
lrinn 10!i Uiutwclli 1 o 1 Hi nl Tlmr 1 ,
Tl'ii' a r ix fiiilonsK i.iudliup Acon 37
iMai'm 1J 1 un .iri 110 tHIiuttWK- I
j TRIBUNE RACING FORM CHART
Compiled by r. ClarV Fubllahed by Mri. F. 81. D. S!ttnnr.
E. C. Hopper. Prcaldlni: Judcf. H. Horrlnaay. atari-.
IjAGOOV. Ltah. Tuedn). Otober -.'9. I.H2. Twentieth dur. Wejlher rainy. Track muddy.
I jfiQ .FIRST HACK Five furlonss. Sclllnc Two-year-old. Xe.t value lo winner $C09. sec
HVO ond rj3, third ;i5.
Index. Hore. wT7 St. U lb 'I Sir. Fin. JoiM.oy. Op. ci.
"llSl Far CUliny I .... 2 I'i 1 ?i 1 C, II. Miller..., 2 ?.
ICS Green Cloth 105 1 .... II Mi 2 3 1 I'lckcns 7 1"
lis; Debutante 10.". S I h .1 2H V. .- 3 2!i OMlrlen 7 . 10
MSI Miilc Goio 100 2 .... Sit 2 4 ?i 4 0 Hill . 10
M?l Dr. Wm. Kearney. .. id', 5 .... h 4 2 5 2 n Pauley 7
1432 Force 103 r, S 2 ." n 15 2 S3 Oroth . , ?. 11-3
1150 Brlgliam 103 7 .... 7 7 7 7 Cav.maugh . ... S-2 3
At podt 'i minute. Off at 2:.12. Time :21 4-7.. :J0 3-5, TO!1 3-o. Caihar 1 plaee, 1-2
?how. filulh 4 place, 2 sbo-v. Debutante S-o s!io- Winner b. f. by Pox IVo Lie'. Trained
by E. U Denny. Scratched. HP2 Alko Tcrcsw. 103. Slaudlng atari sood. Won easily, second
and 'third r.iiiio. HIrIi price, Cathay IS-."!, Debutante 12. Winner cnlercd for 1200 No bid.
Overweight. PchnUnir 2. Cathay f!, Kearney 2. DrlsluMi r. Far Cathay look tho lead a7.-
from Green Cloth enteritis the Mrctch and -von ery easily Green Cloth ran very well. In the
going. Debutante held the irnialndor safe, Forse allowed nothing at Rny time.
I JOO SKCOND RACK Ono mile and twenty yards. .Selling. Three-jcir-olds and upward. Net
1 " J J value to winner UOO. second 3,"., third IK.
Index. llnr?e. Wt. St. U Vi Str. i-'inT JncVey. Op. ClT
1431 Jtidso Walton. 5. ..112 4 4 2 2 2 2 2 1 '.i 1 1 Roten 2 7-"
1171 llurncll, a UM 2 1 2",i 11 l; : ?; 2h Groth 20 ::o
1IR1 Klsln, fi 101 5 3 h 3 n .1 h 3 3 3 Slelaff 3 :,
1435 Ml is Plciile, .-, 101 3 2 4 2 t 1 I D li Forsyth ? 10
1472 Frog Fyc, 3 : 'JS H f, 30 C 30 C 15 ,. !i .". 4 Hill 3 S
1130 I.otta Creed 5 103 1 3 ',; .1 5 .". 6 S S 6 Pickens 3-2 .t
lid Whldden. a 103 7 7 7 7 1 7 Cavannuch 5 7
At pout U; mlniitci. Off nt 2:3";. Time :2S. :51 1-5. 1:17 4-5. :7 3-5. 1:13. Walton 7-10
plnco, 2-5 show. Durncll 10 place 5 show. Klein 4-5 show. Wlnuer b. h. by Nnsturtlum Ixjd?W.
Trained by t,. Dean. Scratched. MS7 LomonJ. 101. ll?l Mnrlsot. 101. Standing ularl bad. Won
easily, second driving, third cnally. High price. Klein $. Winner entered for J200. .'o bid
Overweight. Lotta Creed 1. Uurnell 3. Judge Walton picked up Hurnetl In the Htretrb. hetd her
fttta nt the finish. numall lucky to get tho place, an Slelaff put up a ery bad ride on
Klgln nil around. I.ntln Creed crowded out of It going around the 0rU turn. Misn Tlenlc Mum
bled repeatedly In tho going. Whldden propped as tho barrier roue.
,i Cn THIRD RACH Futurity course. Selling. Thrcc-year-olds. Net value to winner ?;0).
iJUU uccond $35. third J15
nTd'cx" iforse. " Wt."at. U ?1 Str. Fin. Jockey. Op. CI.
11 17 Charley" Rrown 103 3 .... 2 n 2 lj 2 2'4 -11 Cavnnaugh .... 3 3
1IS3 Dr. Neufer 111 2 .... 1 Hi 1 'A 1 114 2 4 Paulev 2 13-5
140S King Lear 105 7 ... 4 li 5 2 4 21', 3n Giolh 20 12
1457 Ilnxcl C Ill .... 3 2ii 3 3 2 4 2 Corcv 5-2 4
1452 Sadie Shapiro 104 I .... oh 3h 5 3 St Hill" 3 13-5
1 157 Prince Conrad 33 I ... 1 Z r, 3 t 4 S 3 Foravth 7
14S0 Pretty Soon 103 S .... S 7 2 7 4 7 3 O'Drleu 20 30
1174 Anna Schneider 112 .... 7 3 S S S W. Mnlntyrc 20 40
At post li minute. Oft at 3:23. Time :24 J-5, :40 4-5. IMS 3-3. Rrown 1 place. 1-2
aliow. Neufer1 1 place, 1-2 show. l.cr 5-2 how. Winner eh. c. by Ccanrlon Chira Bauer. Trained
by W S. Heath. Scratched, (M03) Judge Sale. Ill: 1457 Gerda. Ill: 1313 Mono Lake. 111; 14S0
Slerplutid, 111. Slnndlng start good. Won handily, tecond easily, third driving. High pries.
Drown 7-2. Lcr ;o. Conrad ?. Soon 10. Winner entered for J200. No bid. Overweight, Brown 2,
Sehnoldcr , Charley Brown came veiy fait the final sixteenth and wore Dr. Ne.ufcr down handi
ly the final fifty yardn. Dr. Ncufer began to tire near the flnlMi. King Lear close up all through
the running. Har.cl C quit badlr after being clone up In the early purl.
I "Crl FOURTH RACK Futurity coiiric. Purjo. All .ifies. Net value to winner 225. seo
1 JU 1 ond "30, third ?J5.
Index. Hors. Wt. 3t. U li Vt Str. Fin Jockey. Op. CI.
(I4S5) Ralwa, 3 103 5 .... .1 20 2 n 2!!' Ill Hill 3-5 3-20
1452 laura Clay, a 103 1 .... 1 Hi 12 In 2 3 O'Brien S 10
(1407) Ilalronla. 5 103 4 .... 3h 3 3 3 4 Cavnnaugh . ... 4 3-2
1453 Hadad. 3 ...103 fi .... 7 30 f! i" S 4S Slelaff 15 20
1137 Garland, fi 105 2 .... 2 n 5 S ij 5 3 Paulcr 10 25
1163 Dr. .1. B. Ucrry, 3..I0-, 3 I 2'i 2 fi 20 fi 20 Ormes" J3 10
3471 Jack o' lantern, a. .107 S .... 8 J 8 7 3 Flnchcr ,., S 15
General Winn. I 101 7 6 ij 7 30 7 10 S Forsyth 10 30
At post 4 minutes. Off at 3:51. Time :2I 2-3, :43 3-5, 1:13 3-3. Batwa out place, ouv
show. Clay 3 place. 1 show. Balronia out show. Winner br g. by Mazagan Screech. Twined
by F. W. Doss. Standing Bt.irt bad. Won driving, second and third ea&lly. Overweight, Berry 4,
Clay 1. Lantern 3, Ualronla 5. Batwa ran a grand raco. being away very badly, wore the
leaders down and got up In tho last stride. Lmirn. Clay away flylog. hung at tho end. Balronia
held Ihn balance safe. Hadad curnn from far back. Jack o Lantern lumped up In the air as
the barrier rofe.
Zr'y FIFTH RACK Five and a half furlongo. Selling. Three-year-olds and upward Net
1 Jv- value to winner ?200. second J35, third JI3.
Index. Horrc. Wt. St. U '.5 Str. Fin. Jockey. Op. CI.
1433 liscar, 4 103 2 d K u Hi 2n 1 lit Cavauaugh . ... 5 5
1431 Free, S 101 1 .... 3 2li Ih 1 2li 2 3 rnryth fi 7
1140 Fleet. Faahlon, 3 10U fi .... 1 :i 2 j 3 2li 3 Wi Ormes 7-2 11-3
(HSU) F.vollna. 3 101 I .... B 2li fill 3 3 I Hill 5-2 3
1177 Klora. 5 ins 3 .... 2 1- 3 2 4 I'C 3 6 Pauley t 3-2
14X0 Gircn IrIc, 4 10S S ... S 'i S S S 10 fi 'i llejaiiuoii 20 30
1131 Rods. 5 10R 5 .... (1 4 "J r. 4 7 2li W. Gargan r, I
422 Snnel 3 104 7 .... 7 1 7"-', 7 li 8 30 McDowell 12 20
S70fi Alavlc, 5 103 S . .. 3 3 3 3 Slelaff 20 3-1
At post y. mlnulo. Off at 4:13. Time 21 3-3, M3 1-5. 1:10 3-3. Leiear 2 place. 1 show.
Free 3 place, 3-2 shuw. Fanhlou 2-5 how. Winner b. h. by Flllgrane Short Cake. Trained b
W. II Heath. Scrntchcd. 1178 Coigrove, 103: 1114 The Fad. 103. (I4C3) Pickaninny, 103. Stand
ing start good Won euftllv. second panic, third driving. High price, Bcda 7. Winner ontcrcd
for J300. No bid. Overweight. Letcar -4, Far III on 2 Iwar ran a suddenly Improved race over
hl8 effort of yesterday, allowing great iipecd ot the finish. Free had good foot, but could not '
bland off the winner's rush at the end. Fleeting Fashion wcakonrd In the going. Klora made a
hid on tho stretch turn, but faded nway. I'vcllna could not keep up today. Alaxle ran away a
bnlf mile before start.
1 Kr 7 SIXTH RACH One mile. Selling. Thiecycar-olds and upward. Net value to winner
I JUJ $225. second J.'.O. third "23.
Index. Horse. Wt. sT. li li Str. Fin. Jockey. Op. el.
(1I77J Miami, C 103 2 2 li 2 Hi 1 'i 1 2li 1 Cavanaugh .... 3 IfiTh
1477 Roscvale. C 101 3 3n 4 3 1 3 2',i 2 Di MrDowell 6-5 7-3
1430 Iimbortha, a 112 1 11 ) I 2 2 2 li 3 2',i Riddle io
1405 Rake. 4 107 I I 3 'j 4 4 4 Orme. 3-2 3.2
At post 4 minute. Off at 4:44. Time :27 1-3, :52 1-3, I:1S i-5. I 17 2-5. Miami -1-3
place, out ehow. Ruscvaln 2-5 place, out ahow. I.xmbcrla out ithow. Winner b. r. by Count
Schomherg Rochellc 2nd. Trained by Q. Van Camp. Scratched. 1433 Zlnknnd. 107; 1477 MIm
Korn, 107, 1133 Force, 107. Standing start perfect. Won easily, second driving, third easib-.
High price, P.o.icvalc 3-2. Rake S-5. Winner entered for ?300. Bid up to JC05 by W. S. Hcitii.
Retained. Overweight, Roscvale 2, Ijmbrrtha 3 Miami moved Into the leod turning for home,
drawing nway at tho finlMi. Romaic oulfooted In .tj,c erly part, went extremely wide all down
the homestretch. Utmbcitha stopped after showing u good three-iiuartcra. Rake close up in
tho early slage.t.
AilTrHiemTiH
j
S to 5. second- Isadora. 103 (TeMihann), 3 to 1.
third. Time. 1:13 2-3.
Fourth rjir mile and one-sIxleenU'. handlrap
Hamllton, 100 (Teahann). I in 1. won: Carnon
C... .115 (McTnggart). 3 10 1. second: Cliff KJrc.
103 (Martin), 0 lo 1. won. Time. 1:15 3-5.
Fifth lace, mile and seventy ardo. selling
Poiinlo Ulolse. lW (KcdcrlH). 2 lo 1. won: Be.
100 (Tflanhunn), 5 to 1. second; l.:id of l.ang
don. Ill (BiltwelP. S lo 3. thlnl. Time. I ll 2-3.
Sixth race, mllo and seventy yards, selling
Caliph. 101 (Mania). 10 to 1. won: Reach Sand.
103 (IJvrne). 7 to 1. sreond; Cla'jue. 101 (Kcr
: rick). S to I, third. Time. 1:IC.
Today's Latonia, Entries.
Firat Race i:iceii-slxtcculh.- ot a mile. Tursc.
Index. Index. Wt.l
C-03 Rifle Bileade . 7l 0J Star of rianuhe.10;
?03 Flying Tom .. .ll'Ol 5363 Nash Cui.li .. .103
Kleburue . ...10015120 FI Palomar . ..m
57 Cream 100! IS0 Gowcll Ill
6202 An. ralrkla ..1001203 Coy Ill
3132 Palalablc . ... 100'
Second Rmcc Mile and seventy ysrds. Purse.
3201 Flex !"' '"55S B of Richmond. 110
33'"i M. CamVon ..102' 5351 Howdy Howdy 110
ns3 Carlton Club .. 0!l 17G . Wander 110
5S23 I.aslc 1001057 Oreen 110
27'S MalrlC Girl . . .. 1031 CI7 Dulcil Rotk -.11"
5S30 Capt. Utttvo ...10316171 Fcath. Duaur 110
Third Rare Thrccquarlnn of a mile. Purer.
173 Flo, Roberts .. 9S! M3S Bcltle Sue 101
S313 Sun Queen ....9SIS297 Wlntergrci-n . .103
5201 Morrlatown . ..1041 20", C. on Delivery. 101
ClSl Jo Dlcbold 101IR724 Seciproliit .. ,..103
175 Volthorpe . . 1121 S207 Wlniergrten . .103
Fourth Race Three-quanor-j of a mile. SlaVe.'
r.02l Roiturtlum . .. 10-?f 203 Solar Star .. ..115
f.lSO Foundation . ..10Si 5SS2 IUwthoroe . . 127
5SSI Widow Moon ..111'
Fifth Raco Mile aud onvf Ixleenth. Handicap.
04 Cr. de Mentha lOll S205 Hi-ll Home ....11$
6105 CoUtnn 101 1 670S High Private ..132
ezH Joe Morris II! C123 While Wool ...103
Sixth Race Mile and one-eighth. Srlllpt.
C174 Manager Mick. 0JI tISl Mockler 110
II23 Jenny Ge(de .1031 1SI Mndelll 110
207 Ktfendl HA C207 Coniole 107
Latonia Results.
Flrt rare. Ilvo anil onc-lulf furlongs H.iloui 11,.
110 lLofdi t l-'i.SP. J13.W nd 57, 10. o:i Kelly.
107 It.'ninilll lJ.10 and 13.7D, sc-ond, Flainard.
107 IObcr'1 110,60. I hli d Time 1 08 2-3 King
(Qontlnucd on Following Page.)
Mineral Springs Meet
May Be Resumed As
Troops Are Withdrawn
HAMMOND. Ind . Oct. I'D. mucins at
tho Mlnural Springs track, from whkh
slate l roups wore withdrawn j cstordav.
will hoRln again Friday or Saturdav of
.his wcclc. according-to officials of the
racing corporation lothty, Trcsldcnt
F. KnotLs of the company said Governor
Marshall would have to lcecp troops at
the course all winter to prevent thc coiii
j)lctlon of the nftccii'-day meet allowed by
IXDIA.VAI'OLIS. Oct. "O.-Following tl,.
I'linounecincnt from Hammond. Inch, th t
lacing would nc resumed nt tho Mineral
SPJ'Ings racv track, now that the "taTe
militia hns departed. Marl; ThistlcVaite
The .governor's sccrctarj- said tho troon
may be returned to Porter, ns th sHto
administration Is determined thai rnZ
and gamb ing shall not bc rcsii nM ?
Brouson Outfights English
nt, was awarded the popular dcclXn
ovCr Clarence English of offiu hS
the SI. Louis Athlotlc club tonight rC
Soccer Games Postponed:
.lunior leastic soccer games scheduled
for yC3tcrda were postponed on ac.
count of rain and the muddy condition of
the several playing llelds. As no iim?i
arc s-hcrlulrd for Friday, tho postnbnor.
da"!"'3 probab,y w,n be Pl?ed on th '
BELGIAN BALLOON 15
LEADER JJIIG ICE
Traveled 777 Miles Before
Alighting; Honeywell Not
Yet Heard From.
BERLIN', Oct. 'JO. While many of tho
balloons thai started from Stuttgart Sun
day In the International contest for the;
Gordon-Bennett cup have returned to
earth, some, of them arc still In the air.
The Bclglap balloon Minckclers. piloted
by F. Gerard, landed last night at Alex
andcrhof. in Courland, Russia, having
covered 1250 kilometers (777 miles), thc
longcst distance so far reported.
nolchflunvereln. piloted by Dr. Proeck
elmann. Germany, covered more than 1200
kilometers.
Jean De Francis, Ip charge of the ITng-.
llsi bnlloon Honeymoon, sent a message
that he hoped to sail for another nlglit.
A. Von Hoffman, Pilot Berry's aide In
the American balloon Million Population,
reports having seen a balloon very high
drifting over the Baltic in tho direction
of Denmark.
The German Hamburg- TIL, piloted hv
V. Elmermacher, landed in the mominteri
forest, the emperor's great hunting pre
serve near the Russian frontier. The
Frankfurt (F. 'H. Tcnhart). Austria, land
ed at Rosenowfikole In Russian Poland.
Belgica III. (Lemuster), Belgium, made
a landing In Bohemia,
"Rube" Finds Trouble
On the Stage As Well
As On Baseball Field
By International Xews Service,
Giant pilchcr, appeared at the Jefferson
market court today with Blossom Soelcv,
the actress, on one arm, nnd wcarln- 'a
cane on the other a badge of his new
profession.
Blossom is Rube's new partner in
vaudeville, She went to court to gt a
summons for Joe Kane, her husband and
erstwhile manager, who had threatened
herand Rube went along as protector
Mrs. Kane said her husband was in-1
eane y and unjustifiably jealous of the
baseball player-actor, and had thrr-atend
to shoot her. Rube corroborated this,
saying he heard Kane declare he would
kill his wife on the stage.
One night recently Mrs Kane Bald hnr
husband threw a mirror at. her. punchc.-l
her and drove her out of their apartment
In tho Hotel Hermitage. She wnt 'iom
to her mother and later establlshcd'her
seir at the Hotel Endicotu Manilla rd
lives thore.
'.'Why." she exclaimed In court, "Jor.
said right in front of everybody that Mr.
Martina id had stolen his 'wife and
wrecked his home."
"By the way," put in Rube, "Blossom
has ii new manager."
"Who is he?" was aslcod.
"Mr. aInr(lllrd,, said Rube.
Kane could not be found todav. lie
must appear in court on Thursday lo
answer the charge.
FOURTEEN PLAYERS
TO MAKE BOISE TRIP
The high school fotbalj team will lav.
Friday morning, arriving in Bolsf'lh
same afternoon, when a light signal
practice will be taken to reniov0 tho
stiffness of the ride heforo lvtlring. It
has been arranged lo carry fourteen -players,
the manager and eop.eh. This maiis
I there will he three subsfllutes who "will
be selected tomorrow. When the refill
of this month's examination me known
the coach will make his selections and
no man. lcgardless of ability, will bo ncr.
milled to make the trip if the slightest
doubt as to his eligibility exists
Kdholtn-s knee Is Improving rapUUv and
will he all right when the whistle blows.
1 ho fact that he will not be dctcrrr-d from
playing on Us account is fortunate for the
team a? this youngster has shown sonic
real class nt ,hi Job and should prove a
factor In the game. Earl Wll?on. v.ho was
off form after the Ogdcn game. Is acain
in shape.
Advisory Coach Callahan Is expected
down Hi s afternoon and tomorrow to put
on the last few touches befur what is
considered the hardest game of the year.
He Is confident that If the bovs win tl'ielr
game Saturday they will have no diffi
culty in disposing of the fresh! es two
weeks from that date.
peisv mm
FOOTSILLJICIll
Sends Cheering- Sfij
Through Tribune loAi
and Friends of CollAsJ
Although three times deuuj&7!
year, the football team of ths'BS&J7
sity of Pennsylvania ha nat jtjSj -hope
of regaining the form naJH59 s"
kept this institution in tho im,"ML,
football's "Big Four." In a letterM
department. Robeson Lea Pcrot,(t -manager
of the Athletic sssodR-'?
Iho university, says
Unclosed 1? an article In naB
the athletics of the I'lilYcrtB "
Pennsylvania. Our rcajon latmv
ing you this article is that IiiBt
a great many alumni and IriB
the university In your city lB?i
wish you to help us reach LhnBN'f
authentic news regarding alh?i9H 56
the university. So much UBiBTl
news has been sent out, purpBjj1?
to come from the college. thiBMt
take this method of asking lltBk W
papers that v.'c know to berB
to co-operate with us. fcr!
The determination of the PuuHj hi
athletes to retrieve their lott fortKi L
outlined In the following' ,Mjsihl
Although slnggcrr-d by the cruKiB l'
defeat received at the hands otftHllial
university last SaUmlny at inii
dencc. Pennsylvania has b? bo.aHpH is)
lol hope of a slill succesffultnHL't
tiun of the present football suHkrtiK
Manv old players are himumvh
Franklin neld to aid In rwiotoW
team in shape for the balance cBWHAI
games, and If it possible io otdw -the
weight and skill of !, C
poneuts by pluck and detem!amwtlp
no stone will be left unturr.ed ttJK
complish that result. J?jTt
Robeson Lea Perot. fratluiytOaS.E
nircr. has sent out Invitations WML,,;,,
old football men of PcnugWk
asking them to come to tlMtmtef
Held at practice, and also
tlie coachcP' meet hie. !n.,-.tut ii
help us at this critical point mym
season. BrimW-
The team on Saturday CTffc,,
one of those slumps jh "fMlletlar
lo come to any team durinj fcij tk
nous season, but w tli m
and enthusiastic n"Wn L5 h
tire student body, thcQPsWjJ
and llrcle.-s energy of '"JJMfct-mi
Andy Smith and his able V u ,
Dvs McCracken Hedges and
and Messrs. Harold Gnston LWSl
bert Miller, and to " W'itiit
every member of the W,,
to be able to again Set,'?F(ttteii
team which will yet do credit V
Pesie, the member HB
lar coaching staff. man J4IW
have already ttin'cd '
during Ihe present ct WMH
tlm-?e are Jack Mtna,p
Chuivh. ""Soc" Shell.
jop" Thayer. ""nlc,rtjM I
cent Stevenson, Dr. Can ,fct
Craig Mitchell. "Bo Elder, i
Hutchinson and Dutch "Vu
una within the next
expected that many 0"i?"JfflHM
ponr in the Held to help Kl
CHOOSE SOCCER TE
FOR SATURDAY'S!
ers who will compose JfM.te
In the big ?"5 m
wcpp selected. The l neup
decided on, but ?fLP DSm.-
posing Ihe team w' bcn.thM K5j
Poo'e. Oayer. AiisclK ITiKJt
Bntmlcy. This r5H HftltTM
players which could S e, "e fiZ
In he country n hard il
aggregation Is a. vwt&mtei
ever, and Saturday's Raine s mtW k
best of t'" season. Kvfan
.. -,.,...ISi before be nffffcinS
nbove coupon br C. KiUrtjJUtt,
30 Days of High-Class Raciljj
it, oct. ? to ami, ip
Th very bei.t" hor, ridden by fnmou Jockey over thi i"Btlh
-B6on course, MmuWi
:ONpHRT BY aCHEUTER'S ORCHESTRA-FIRST RACE AT JMjS
All regular tralne vH the Salt L.ko and Ogden R"wy
Ue) taP at track, special train without atops to the track t u
Jy'd'Bly ftr (act race. Admission, including jJiWflf
LAPIFS AHMiTTirn irpirir FRIDAY MW$

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