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I Utah Eleven On Edge For
Montana Game Today
Coaches Predict a Hard Game But Varsity Should
Win by Wide Margin.
I -.--.Hi: L'litli team .spent llie last aftcr
i noon ' before the game with Mon-
tana today in a shorl practice
Jl consisting entirely of aignr.l work
and passing the hall The field
was In superb condition and ,unlces It
rains today will bo faster 'ihnn at any
' timo this season. The workout, though
f abort, was spirited and the men worked
as though the championship depended on
the outcome of today's game.
V new" feature of the practice was a
change In the uniforms. The red and
white of tho university nre also the col
on? of the Montana team. In order to pre
vent confusion. Coach Bcnnion gave hi?
men sleeveless white Jersles which they
slip right on over the usual red ones.
After tho workout the players had an
early dinner at tho training tahle sud
: a long tulk afterward. From the con
versa lion around the table one would
; gather that the boys expect to win easily.
, This spirit has cost many a defeat. When
the Denver team met the Colorado Aggies
early In the season, they Hewed the
Karnc would be a joke and Went. In over
r confdont. The result was that before
Denver came to earth, the farmers had
scored It points which proved lo ho suf
., 'lelent to win. Utah once wont to Logan
to Jiavo a practice gumo with the Utah
-Susies and came home with the short
, efld of a 17 to 0 score. This should ho
At all events there Ik no reason why
tnfs should not be the best same played
In Salt Lake so far this year. The early
reason form and the poor condition of
the fHd robbed the Wyoming game, of
If Australian Player To
: Be Disciplined For His
: Rougk Play on Field
' rAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 1 The sports-
mauehip of W. G. Taskcr of the Aus
tralian all-star Rugby te;fm will be in
quired into tonight by the California
ughy union iti a trial of the player
granted at tho request of the manager of
hi? team. Talker waa ruled off the field
last Wednesday in the Australian-Uni-.
varsity of California game for touch
playing. The Australians state that
should the verdict of the union go against
him. Tasker will again br: tried on bin
return tn Nw South Wale, where he i.
a member of the Newton Ruchy club and
captain of the All-Schools learn.
Tasker was ordered off the field to
ward the dose of the game when he
tackled an, opposing player after the rcl
cren'i; whistle had sounded when the
California, man hwd marked a fair C3teh.
A brief wrestling bout. In which sev
eral players on both sides joined, en
sued and the referee held that Taskcr
lin1 precipitated the trouble.
The case sains interest through the fact
that Stanford university the great ath
letic rivals of the University of Cali
fornia, protested against the playing
Indies of the latter institution. Strained
athletic relations are a result, with the
annual lnt:rcolicghito' Rugby "game, the
event of the college year, but a week
I HIGH SCHOOL TEAM
PLAYS BOISE TODAY
Thin afternoon the fast Iu'kIi school
eleven of this city will clash with the
; Boise high I'chuul at Bois In what prom
ises to be the hardest contest to date for
the local team. In the games so far the
Indians have so outclassed their oppon
ents that there was never a ieust!on
who would win. In fact, no team hap
approached their coal Km this season, but
todav the local boys will face a different
proposition. Tho Dulse team Is accounted
the fastest bunch In that vicinity and
has proved their class more than once
by holding their own against the clnaelest
reams in the northwest.
Ix-al fans r" confident, however, that
the Indians will win. Coach KUMiardnun'
boys have mastered more football thla
year than evr-r before. They will ur.'
f'Hir different styles of boll If neuesfory.
In every one of which th-y excel.
Should high school win thl game it
would give her a Ipgilimatc claim to tho
championship of Idaho as well ao Colo
rado and Utah and would place the team
in line for a couat trip, either post-swiaon
or nc-xt fall. Iauagur McCurdv triei to
arrange a game, with a. coast toam thifi
y?ar but w;jh unable t0 do so. hut should
hi" t"am win today he will trv again.
Trait ii King, who was elected to cap
tain lh second l-ain, took charge of
practico yesterday and thinks the boy.
will be able 0 defeat, the All Hallows
college cloven with ense. Practice will be
lif'd this morning nnlx the boys intend
ing to put In tho afteruooru In front of
The Tribune bulletin board.
I PENNSYLVANIA TEAMS
HAVE MUDDY FIELD
Ry International New? Service.
PHILADELPHIA. Nov. I. Unlverltv
of Pennsylvania fcotball warriors, wh.ire
-topping at Medio, were sadly disap
pointed wjth the weather coiulltlons to
dny and had to be content with gnal
drills in civilian clothes on (he Kpaeiou"
porch, sheltered from the drizzling "rain
and the northeast wind. Late in the af
ternoon they had a light workout on the
socgy golf links. u,c
Pennsylvania will line up as in the T.a
Fayette game, MJnds will give the slg-r-j)s,
but f relieved from the game. Craig
will pilot the eleven. Vcntisvlvanla'e
.oarhf.-. fear State's heavy team, par
ticularly on a wet field, and though hop
Jug for the best, r.rc anything but 0011
fhe Sine college train ?rrlvrd hr.r
it f4rlv '"(v ''"I ""tit out to the White
v r. rs'i Country club.
most of Us interest while the lop-sided-hess
of the Denver game made it lo a
huge extent uninteresting.
Coacli Cunningham of Montana is not'
hopeful of victory. Tie reallr.es the
strength of the Utah eleven but declares
his charges are not dismayed at"the pros
pects and promises the victorious Utah
team the hardest game of the season.
Coach Bennlon Is guarding against
over-confidence on the part of his play
ers. He says:
I fear that the excellent work of
our team so far this season has
caused the football fans to underes
timate the strength of the Montana
team- when compared to our own. I
expect a rattling good game today
for two reasons. In tho first place
after seeing Montana work out on the
Fort Donplas grounds last night I
know that they have a strong team.
The tnon are bigger than ours and arc
by no means slow. Captain Dorn
hlasor is a marvelous player and a
wonderful kicker. His punts last night
were good for about sixty yards each
and tho ends were down under thum
like lightning. Then again the fuel,
that we are .going lo try an entirely
new style of offense today makes tho
outcome doubtful. However, the boys
arc in good trim and a defeat would
be the surprise of the season.
Coach Bcnnion during the three nights
of secret practice this week has formu-
lated an attack which ho claims to be
entirely different from anything that has
ever been seen here. This fact should
make the game interesting if for no other
reason than that upon this new style the
fate of Utah will depend In the big bat
tle with Boulder in Colorado next Satur
day. The lineup:
Montana. ' .Utah.
Caiilt ....lo Ott Romncy
Dornblascr (Cap) It Peterson
l'.'ay lg Tolman
Craighead c Gardener (Cap)
Sliaw , ..rg Cole
Klebc -rt... Olcsen
Ronan re Bennlon
Kelly pb Kltzpatriek
Owsley lh.. Summer, Hamilton
l'Joahncrt f,..- .Lon Romncy
Desciiamps rh-... Ila.mpton, Love
Referee, Bowcn: umpire, Baum; head
Yale Football Squad
Attends the Funeral
of Theodore W. York
By International News Service.
! NEW HAVICN, Nov. 1. Omitting all
football work again today, the Yale foot
bull squad and the. entire sophonioro class
crowded Battel chapel this afternoon to
attend the funeral of Theodore York, the
football guard who died Wednesday night!
The .services were conducted bv Presi
dent Hadley and Secretary Stokes of the
university. The body was taken to Maine
Telegrams of condolence have, been re
ceived from t lie Football association of
Harvard and other universities. The Yalo
Daily News today bitterly attacked tho
report that football even remotelv caused
York's death. Editorially It said:
"A somewhat general rumor has spread
abroad concerning the sad death of Theo
dore "Woodbury York. The phvalclans
who attended Ihe case agree that what
ff-ct football had was ra'tb,er to prolong
York's life. Wo would have thla rumor
among u stopped. It tends only to in
flame the sorrow that we all feel "keenly."
A statement was. made, today by one of
the. physicians in charge of Yor'k'o case
asserting that the football training alone
enabled him to make the bravo fight for
life he continued for ten days.
lie. said; "Only for York's splendid
physical condition, duo to football, he
could not havo withstood pneumonia so
The team learned tonight that. It would
be impossible for "Doc" Cornish to plav
again this season.
Tho entire coaching zrjua1. McDevltt,
Scully. Yaugran and IJpifleflngcr. left
here this evening to attend tho Harvard
Princeton game. Most of the regular
team will eo the battle in Camhrid: tomorrow.
PROVO SOCCER TEAM
HERE FOR BIG GAME
,Thc most important game of the year
in r-occcr football will be played here to
day, the Salt Lake Association tam
meeting the strong Provo agcrgatlnn
at the stair fair grounds. The game will
star I at :::"0 o'clock,
The Trovo boytj are brln.-jing with them
one-of the strongest teamn ever go th a red
together In Utah and are determined to
win. or at least make Salt Lake divide
th" points, hoping thereby to defeat Salt
Lake when the return K.'uno Is placed in
Provo on Thanksgiving day Both 'teams
will be ct full strength and a first-class
game should result. The men selected
to be on the field by Salt Luke's com
mittee are all In good chape and word
from Provo r.omes that they can see
nothing but virion- in niphi.
Mr. Whiting, of the Oregon Short Line
Railroad company, will officiate as ref
eree. After the game a supper will be
served at tho Moxum at which the Provo
bovs will be the guests 0r the Salt Lake
West Point Gamo Oancollod
WEST POINT! Nov. l.-Thc football
game that wHfi to have been plavtJ here
tomorrow between the nvmv and Holv
Cross has been cancelled. Orders v,-ere
received from the secrtarv 'of n-wr
HUspondlng all duties at thlH post tomor
row on account of fie death of Vice
Presid'-iU. Sherman, nd tho football gm'e
was called .olf.
l . 1
j Progressive Kally. j
Garrick tlieati-r tonight.
Football Games Today
Princeton at Harvard.
Carlisle at Lehigh.
Rochester at Syracuse.
Pennsylvania State, at 'Pennsylvania'
Williams at Cornell.
Amherst at Dartmouth.
Vermont at Brown.
Dickinson ''at Franklin and Marshall.
Notre Dame at Pittsburg.
Ohio State at Case.
Chicago at Wisconsin.
Illinois at Mluncsola.
Nebraska at Missouri.
Tennessee at Central.
Rocky Mountain Games
Montana vs. Utah at Salt Lake.
Salt Lake high vs. Eoise high at
Wyoming vs. Utah Aggies at Lo
Minors vs. Colorado Agglcis at Den
ver. Colorado Slate vs. Colorado college
at Colorado Sprlnss.
Denver university vs. Haskell In
dians at Denver. 0
IMPORTANT GAMES TO
BE PLAYED TODAY
Four Unbeaten -Western
1 -Teams and Two Eastern
Leaders Take Part.
CHICAGO. Nov. 1. Four' unbeaten
western football elevens and two leaders
in the cast are to play for aiiothor step
toward capturing the championship to
morrow in ojic of the biggest days of
football this season.
Harvard and Princeton is the big con
test in the ea.st. Tji tho "big nine" the
Chicago-Wisconsin game at Madison is
the center of i.ntcrest. because of the
hlcli grade football played so far thki sea
son by the two teams. The Minnesota
Illinois game, ,-it Minneapolis will bo of
cnua imoortaucc in the title race, This
game will fix the status of Illinois In the.
conference, as the Urban.?, team 0 fil
ls an uncertain quantity.
Nortlnveslern will play Purdue on its
own field In ISvanston tomorrow. The
feat of Purdue in holding Chicago to a
7 to 0 score last Saturday'sivcs the team
an advantage, over Northwestern on past
performances, outside of the fact that
Purdue averages six pounds heavier
The Chicago University team and the
Illinois went north for their respective
games today with a long string of sub
stltule, nlaycis. Both are full of confi
dence. Wisconsin, strong in its stonewall
line and crack backfield. headed bv Quar
terback Gillette, one of Ibis vear's slurs,
is full of hope. Coach Stugg'was not op
timistic in his predictions of Chicago's
chances. The Minnesota, team, with its
string of lonr: scores, awaits the Illinois
team wthout thinking of defeat, but the
tram from Urbana is a strong aggrega
tion snd. in the. opinion of scouts who
have watched it play, has not been ex
tended to Its utmost.
NAVY TEAM DEFEATS
By Interna (lonnl News Service.
ANNAPOLIS. Md., Nov. 1. On a field
rendered soft and slippery by continued
rains during tho day. the naval acad
emy won from Western Reserve hero this
afternoon by 7 to 0.
The game was largely a. kicking duel
between Landinj;rabc of the Reserve aw'
Nlcholo.-. and Leonard of the Navy, in
whjch "honors were genera Hv even but
thesuperlor carrying ability of Xaw
backs gave Hie local te.ani the advan
tage anil It worked the ball within Re
Ecrvcj, fifteen-yard line on "ticveral occa
sions. The atno was scheduled for tomorrow,
but was cancelled as an official contest
on account of the death of Vice present
Sherman. However, the westerners had
arrived and It was felt that it would be
unfair not to give them u content so the
gamo was hurriedly arranged for this n.
Tli only score made In thr second
period, when, after the teams hail played
each other to a standstill, the Na'-V
cos cheu sent Captain PJioadcs into the
back field for the first time this season
Replacing Nicholas at uuarter, ho Im
mediately started old-style line smashing
tactics that the lighter visitors could no;
He soon hammered his way to the. Re.
serve's ton-yard line, whence he nego
tiated a. pretty forward pass to H. Har
rison, who was tackled just over uj.
goal line. This touchdown, with Brown'y
goal, comprised the only scoring.
GRANITE HIGH WINS
FROM JORDAN RIVALS
Granite high school won from the Jor
dan team at Granite yesterday hv a. :icorc
of L'l to 7. The playing was fast 't hrough
out, very little lime being taken out for
Injured players. The men were In fine
condition, especially th Granite- bovs
who showed no ill effects after an ho'ur
of snappy playing. Poiward pnspes ivore
used often. Granite gaining but littl
through th Jordan line, which held tfrm.
Ramsey!-. Hamilton and lMntze scored
for Granite. Hamilton proving the star
or the t-jwiio, unking some bril'lant ri,n-
Fir Jordan. Gardner at lialfnark pln.e'd
liic bns individual cani stoiu- the one
touchdown for them. " j
Harvard and Princeton Will
j Play Today on Muddy Field
CAMBRIDGE, Mass., Nov. 1. Prince
ton a.nd Harvard will measure
strength, agility and football knowledge
In the stadium here tomorrow.
The content will be the tlrst big acinic
of 1 he year on eastern gridirons and tho
first visit of the Orange and Black to
Harvard in sixteen years. If the Crim
son should win and the betting tonight
was 10 to 0 In support of such a con
tingency the victory will mark the first
Harvard success over the Tigers in a
fpiartor of a century.
The elevens will line up to their masl
mum strength nt this stage of the sea
son and without either having been de
feated, although both have been scored
Harvard will ro Into the same tomor
row carrying a trific more weight, main
ly behind the line, but experts believe,
this advantage may be nearly neutralised
by the speed o'f the Princeton forwards.
Last year the alertness of Sam White in
snapping up loose balls won for the
Tiger:: in both the Harvard and Yale
Harvard and Princeton each has re
liable punters in Felton and Rrickley. and
Hewitt and Waller, respectively, nil of
whom can boot the pig-skin, fifty or
sixty yards. Brlckley has made more
goals from the field than any other player
in the east.
. rainstorm soaked the gridiron today
and tonight. Indications were that the
rain would stop before morning, but a
greasy field was In prospect.
The probable lineup for" tomorrow's
Fcllon...:.. ..le Wight
IStorcr It .. Phillips
Ponnock lg Shonk
Parmenter c Bluthenthal
Trumbull rg Lesan
Hitchcock rt K. Tronkman
Collldge rc Dunlap
Gardner ;b s Baker
Hardwlck lhb Pendleton
Rriekloy. rlib Waller
Wa udcll fb Do Witt
BATTLER PEEVED AT
Declares He Is in Good Con
dition and Will Prove
BY SAM S. HALL, JE.
By International News Service. I
CHICAGO. Nov. I. The explosion camel
off in Ilcgwisch, as predicted. Battling j
Nelson has been ausry at various times
in his career, but never was he so thor
oughly mad as today when he read In the
papers that the. Cincinnati boxing com- j
mission proposed to bar him from that!
town because it is feared he could not
take a punching with safety any more.
Nelson Immediately got busy on the
samo typewriter he wrote the book en
titled "The Life and Career of Battling
Nelson." At that he could be heard In
HcKWlseh for two hourr. thereafter, u.s Bat
pounded home burning thoughts on reams
of perfectly good Battling Nelson sta
tionery. The first thing wo noticed on our desk!
when we arrived this evening was the
typewritten product of the brain of the
irate Battling Nelson. Here arc some of
the very sentences:
Matty Baldwin Is a pretty touah
fighter and In Boston, wliere I boxed
only a short time ago, they still think
me good enough tu hand Matty a
trimming In t,welvo rounds. Only two
montha ago I went fifteen strong
rounds with Stove Kctchel al St. ,
Joseph, and when Ketchel wart on the
floor for the count, his manager,
Largy LleiUeiistcIn, hcllevcd me any
thing but feeble. I don't like the city
of Cincinnati and I'm not crazy about
boxing there, but I've accepted this
Tommy Cory match and I'm going
down to tint city Just to show them
thai even a touch young fellow like
Gary cannot take any liberties with
me. In the ring.
I am 30 years old. I don't have to
drop off liquor and harmful hahltu. 1
never tasted drugs In my life. At le;sl
half of my life 1 have slept in the
opon air. There Is perhaps no man
in Chicago who lends the careful life
I do. My diet Includes only strength-
II building selections from the menu?.
I hae n worries and I lane been an
athlete seventeen year.-. Why should
1 be an.Mhlng but the picture of
As -far as th" Cincinnati boxinc
commission is concerned. I. Invite the
closest kind of an examination into
my physical joiidilion. If I am will
ing to submit to the one. Bill ought to
be willing to submit to Ihe other
Meantime. I'm working for the flyrht
there November 11 and the only per
son who Is soiiig to be the goat on
that night I: po"r Tommy Gary, my
opponent. I'll have to clve Tommy a
fearful beating Just to show them
that I am still a topnotcher. etc, etc.
This evening Mr, Nelson faced Mr.
Phclon with anger In his eye, a sneer on
his lips and blonde hair bristling. rWha.t
he said to Wll'Ie we do not know. But
later In the veiling Nelson's press agent
cent u3 a Btatement by special messenger
which denied that Phelon even said tho
Cincinnati commission nan pondering over
lis danurdly te.lepra.uui barring Battling
Nelson because he was too feeble to fight.
And he alleged that Phelon stood for the
assertion. But uc.d to make them back
up In the ring, and th-re you are.
Washington Defeats Aggies.
At Pullman, an Washington Silt(.c
follfc. J'j; Oit.-Soa Agricultural col-
By International News Service. i
PtlNClSTON. N. .1., Nov. 1. Few
things could shake Princeton's self
confidence as actuallv as today's steady
downpour has succeeded In doing. The
one burning question here Is whether
Jupiter Pluvius will favor Harvard or
whether a watery field will help Prince
ton as it did aeainst Yale last year.
Tt may not huvc rained at Cambridce
as it has at Princeton, but even if It has,
the Tigers are not going to give up a
victory which they look upon as already
belonging to them.
Twenty-six men picked as the ir.slty
Fduad left on the 0:37 train this morn
ing with the conehes and Keene Fltz
pntrlok. They were given a rousing send
off by several hundred undergraduates,
who cheered and sang continuously for
When the undergraduate special pulled
out this afternoon It was crowded by
nearly 000 students bound for Cam
bridge. The Harvard eleven averages :dx
pounds to the man heavier lhali the
orange and blaok. but little attention is
paid to that since overcoming a. twelve
pound handicap In the Dartmouth game.
Neither team can hope to win by a
large score,' but Captain Pendleton's
team has not only a clean record, to. keep
clean, but a precedent lo live up to since
Harvard has won only two games from
the Tigers In all the'.r football history
Not the lowest Incentive to do their best
Is the fact that ihe 1:112 football cham
pionship probably hinges on this game
The probable lineup leaves "Honey"
Baker on the sideline, to be. rushed in
when his fresh strength will be most ef
fective. Pendleton. DeWttt and Waller
will make up the backfield trio and
"Stew" Baker will stay at quarterback.
The flank positions are subject to the
most frequent changes, but Wight and
Dunlap will prohabl start, although
Andrews, rrenkman and Strclt will more
than likely get In before the end. The
forwards will be Wight, Phillips. Shenk.
Bluementhal, Logan 11. Tronkman and
WILL flTTRflCT CROWD
Promoter Expects a 530,000
House for Monday's Bout
in New Orleans.
By International News Service,
NEW ORLEANS. Ln.. Nov. 1. Applica
tions for choice seats for the big light
weight battle between Ad Wolgast and
Joe Mnndot in Dovnlnlck arena Monday
night are pouring Into the office of the.
promoter, now that, the fighters hove
agreed on a referee and nothing can
happen to prevent the meeting of the
champion and the pride of the south
The total seat side jumped Si'iiOO today
and the promoter did not hesitate to
say that he looked for a gate reaching
close to $30,000. He asserts that the re
ceipts for this fight will break the rcc-.
Neither Wolgast nor Mandot did any
thing more than take a. long alk to
day. It being All Saints day they de
cided to rest. It is expected a crowd' of
TiOnO will be proseni at the ball park to
morrow and more than Hint on Sunday,
when the champion puts on the finishing
Hackers of Mandot made il known tills
evening that thev had SlO.onrj to bet on
the French linker boy at even money on
the nc-WFpaper decision, anil that thev
could find no takers. Admirers of Wol
gast evidently fear the verdict of the
newspaper men here, figuring the preju
dice In favor of Mandot will prove too
great an advantage lo him. Thev say
Wolcast will have to stop his man to
win. " ;
Mandot's friends arc shouting that this
is the first time since Wolgast has been
champion that he bus not ben a. big
favorite ln the belting.
Jones denies be has refused anv bets
Ho claims he has taken several of them
He mnde the startling assertion that
Woipast would win by theiknockout route
Inrldc of three rounds.
CORNELL BUILDS HOPE
ON WILLIAMS GAME
By International News Service.
ITHACA. N. Y., Nov. l.--Co'-iioll tnri
Williams Mill battle tomorrow in vba"
to Cornell promises to be an lmport.nu
gl")r- Tl'lu is not becau?e a vletoi-v ov'-r
Mlliams Is expected to gain the Ithacans
much In rating, but the contest will d":
ermine wnc-ther Cornell has advanced
In the last few week? and whether the
Red team will hn.ve any chance at aP
in the big sanies to come. Should the
Ithacans win by anv kind of a score
t hey he encouraged to hope fhat for
the balance of the searon Cornell wiH
maks a creditable showing v-ornU W1U
Kor the first time since the Colgate
game on September 2f. f.pta in Butler
will he ,-,t the head of the Cornell team
In the game. Tlle rest of ie teniw win
be as atrong as the coaches can m ko
Klnsella Follows Bre6naJian.
ST. LOUIS. Nov. 1 Rlcharri t-ih-resigned
today as scout o lie St' T
National league b3?thl club, Mr- ht
Brit on. principal owner, announced that
JJI'Ham Armour will again be a front fo
SSr l0L-.n1' 3n hc ln'd contact
Boxer Breaks Wrist.
KOSWELL. N. M.. js...
W' f PeHVfir and Pete Shaughnv
of Fort Worth went five fast rounds It
Clov 3 IJt night ShaushncHay hrokr
DECIDES ON HOME
Rooms in Old Commercial
Club Building Chosen at
Meeting Last Night.
The Salt Laic Motorcycle club members,
at the regular weekly meeting held In
the Younr Men's Cluistlan association
building last nicht, decided that the club"
should have a home In rooms 221 and 222
of the Old Commercial club building, at
222 South West Temple street. A lavgc
amount of furniture was donated at the
meeting by members of the club ami it
is planned to fit up the rooms Sunday.
All incmbers are requested to be present.
After Sunday the club rooms will always
be open and visitors will be welcome.
Tho resignation of E. L. 1-IIteman. pres
ident of the club, was announced and.
as he is leaving Utah, the resignation
was accepted, and A. Claspill was elect
ed to succeed him. It was decided to
fit up the club room3 with pool and card
tables as soon as possible.
Fifteen answers were received to quer
ies sent to candidates on the Republican
ticket regarding the clause in the state
platform favoring compulsory iail sen
tences for speeding. Practically all of
the answers received were to the offect
that they had no idea of carrying out the
Jail sentence clause
On account of uncertain weather con
ditions no arrangements have been made
for a run tonioriow hut. If the weather
is agreeable a short run lo Garfield may
be made in the afternoon, leavinc the
club rooms a.t about ISO o'clock in the
afternoon. Communications addressed to
the club should hereafter be addressed to
the secretary ut the club headquarters.
Missing Balloon May
Have Crossed Ocean
To Land In Norway
BREMEN. Germany Nov. 1. The
missing balloon Duesseldcrf II.. with the
two American aeronauts. John Watts and
Arthur T. Atherholt on board, was prob
ably tho balloon seen sailing to the north
on Monday by John Berry and Yon Hoff
man when they landed with the Million
Population near Danzig.
Berry ami Yon Hoffman said today:
"An ho'ur after we' had landed near
Uee.ke-rninende (at noon on Monday) we.
caw a. balloon sailing at the height of
from P00O to Jl.'jfO feet towarda the
northeast. It soon disappeared in the
"We believe the balloon was the Dnes
scldorf IL. and that the pilot had aimed
to reach Norway. Since the balloon was
so high In the ar ;tnrj was traveling at
leant torty miles an bou; the. pilot could
not have dcsceiuled before dark and we
were of the opinion that he would not be
able to tell where ho was before next
"By that time tie must have sailed at
least COO mile.0, and If the balloon kept
in the direction it wan taking when wc
observed it. It must have been carried
far Into Norway or Lapland, or even be
yond or Into the Arctic ocean."
The Duesseldorf II. has not reported for
live full days since she started In tlie
race for the Gordon Bennett cup from
Stuttgart on Sunday evening.
Election Keturns at Deseret Gym.
The Deseret gymnasium will hob
"open house' November 5. one of the
features being the receipt of election re
turns oer a special teiesrrapii wire. A
swimming contest between teams from
tlif-. Sanitarium and the Deseret rvni vll)
be one of the attractions Exhibitions
on the floor of the gymnasium, including
a Japanese sword dance bv Preston Oit
ler. will round out an interesting pro
gramme 1 "
Improved Weather GonK
Result in Increased
ber of Spectafor&fc'g
Favorites ag.'dn aivMsd th tM&l
outsiders at the L,oon trackrP
three first choices beln? fot Wfc(i
the Judges' eyes at tho M&tiWtrr:
cral races. Two driving ilnliWMfli
the day '3 sport, the other vniKfa"
won somewhat easily Tht eHK,
provcnient in the weather ihoT'eBpf
fects in the larac crowd prewaLW
ber of the fair fans, accepted UtflK ts
tion of the monanir.ont to bB
the association and the grapiJriKT;
sented a brilliant appearance. lHfefc
tinned fair vsather and UitKvr"
cards offered, the attendance
large during the remaining djnM
fall meeting. 'Btn
The, track was very heavy J
and slow time was mode in antlABC
The track is rapidly orying outUjE-S.
be in good condition In nnothlrlMW-
Sslvage found the track lohBt'
in the first race of the day aijKiJ'
the way to win easily by UipmJ,
Billy Myer, away f lowly. riossJfci.
and llnished In second jihe. ifEwv
was without the benefit ofDiHEiS
handling and Grand, who hid tjJK-, '
permitted the horse to po lo ttoM 5
outside. He closed like a whlrliE-Z:
too late to get up. The Fad tiHF
ite in the betting, closinc; at "tiBrj-Salvag-
paid his supporters S UEJiT,
Had the distance of fhs isnMCt
been a little further the nceptHgt
have been treated to the isimm
seeing another 50-to-l shot tbHaki
Senor Lloronte quoted at IhiHmr
closed gallantly In th itntdijiKi
nearly nipped the winner. attaKi,'
post. The latter ran a gannnjvj
ting all the pace and witfcUs&Bwn
lenses from a.ll the MntendOTKi
Forty lasted long cnaiiKh IomMci
money. Bells tired In the hMixfe'
Dr. Neufer made a rufiMlrjBc:
the third event, going to fiie fiaBF
start and making every l JjMflflfl
one. Tipoy was In close purroijH I
out and finished an easy 'ceoaiW I
Hvman outstayed Lei'sr ft"-UMfUj
latter coming with his usual VJwK
The winner was favorite in 'HjL,
Cavanaugh rod? Tern' TrBll
fourth race and hnnilled "''C'VI
as he likes to be ridden.
front without restrain and engpv
advantage to the end. Dr. P. '
onotf.d at 2n to 1 was the jr
tho race, closing with a P52Fa
into second place. Ku ,M:lWgr
in the final strides, hut lu-'I f jWFLy
to finish thiri. Ba'm ifB(T
extend himse'f in tho solnf JKi
Cavanaugh's caserne's to
cost him a suspension ef Km 'u
penalty being inflicted by "-ratrj,
rl35"' rt.u r,B?kJ',
Mandndero won the fifth rlf-B
not enrich his owner to any Jff
Mai tin bid the horse up ' V,tl ,1"
entered prlc and SllZml?
owner for 50p. 'he JgiMfS,
went t". the front early and ""jJi
safe at ail times. ?.?eSMfa;f
and outsramcd the lirlns FlMtsw. ;
second place. . vrwBl
A field of seven cheap flM .
the barrier in the tatl WMLg
proved much the hest of 'iMf-5-winning
by two and a s"l'i!T
Pretly Soon, with MonoLjSy
Second riff. "rIo,lJ?: nStai
(firlo-rl. 6 le 1. sfn4: ill
Thml race ft-. Pt-b-JMW
tOontinued on rojjwjgjMtefr
I Overcoats ft
i Jl &n TS , u.
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