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BifeajNG- section. , ' the salt lake tribune, Sunday morning, November 3, 1912. 3
ocko the Monk :-: TAeAdventure ?f the vanishing icebox x By Gus Mager I
PUES" HEAVY LOSERS
KT LAGOON RACE MEET
Wt' Again Select Winners and the Layers of
M0dds Have Depleted Bankrolls at . . ' ;
mt' End of the Day. ' . y
I makers' Who "hang out their
it Lagoon received another
ig from 'the talent yester
ld an a result there arc
doploted bankrolls In the
layers of odds. All of the
now big losers on the meet.
i; one of the largest oper
irest, did not "cut In" yes--a
heavy loser and declared
hard to beat.
H weather and the usual
holiday drew a large crowd
The race course 1b still
IIib recent rains and fast
Jble but the fans ?aw good
i the six races, the fields
started tho afternoon bv
n'lnner of the first race,
ilaycd from S to t" to close.
8 the choice of the specu
varded their confidence by
)rH'e by a half length after
lead early. For pre was on
ic heavy going and closed
itfnp Iteteritc a neck for
hp1 latter r.in well. Right
speed but stopped badly,
owed that he will run his
Jockey N'lcol, The -premier
lep up on the Kelly horse
rajjht and tnie, winning by
He was a well-backed fa
;? at 6 to 5. Lookout ran
hi? good race of the pro
fiting second with Plck
rnade. Billy JMyer favpcita.
ce'but the bid horso proved
lent; finishing out of the
', favored by the going, won
Clara "SV., which set the.
d Tning on o savfi second
foiled stoutly Into third po
e favorite fourth,
eft In rapidly getting an
reputation, accounted for
e;efid paid his backer.4; 11 to
stllvof speed and made hi?
f He wan heeded for n
ifcjge Eale, but proved hjs
vMjglns on and disposing oi
jlosed with a tremendous
ift 100 yards and nosed
jfejcgd arid oiufought cfeorfco
J Brown of Chicago In iholr
ot here tonight. '
t round ?ron landed aev
Kbts. CrouFo anpeared timid
ii? It5 f4md Croupe started
Ith his l?(t ,and kept Jabbing
FjBS-facc. Bfown fought wjld.
J:!0" rom'3 l,'c Plttaburgor
fKJlt Chicago Flupgor at every
fcg: blood in the , third and
R,? lisnt eye with his jaba
fKLi!?3 -fIoni, Australia, defeated
VfHKof, California easily ' on
-today, 23 to 3, The sec
flBxfoceQ' tha visitors moat of
BKHMlre- line men being with
R2?;g.Rme by Coach James
3BTft'1r 11,3 L t,10' nl?ht suf
VHrit J. w?,l,d kccp them out
WKfy ;Btan'rd-CaIlfornI Raui-
lH? l4lf, the varsity players
0flK?ratanf to h Fcoro of '' to .
;jBES,TOAd he Australia us romped
ffMpt og twenty more polnta.
Judge Sale out of the place. The finish
in this race was the clbEcfit of tho day,
the first three bclns very close together.
Flying ran well but was not Rood enough
to catch tho leaders.
Preo showed her usual spcod In the
fifth race and lead all tho way to win by
a length from the consistent Hasol C. The
latter ran her usual honest race and out
gamed Charley Brown for tho place.
Fleeting Fashion nearly fell on tho far
turn and the accident spoiled whatever
chance she might have had to bo close
The talent ended a profitable day by
uniting on Green Isle, to win the last
race and tho mare Justified' their selec
tion by winning easily by three lengths.
Sho was played from 11 to f to S to 5
and moving into tho lead at the far turn
nover left the result In doubt thereafter.
Orlstolat outgamed Yellow "Foot for sec
ond place. The latter was a strong fac
tor during "the running and was an easy
liri race. Ove and one-JiuU Mrloosr Sempritn,
16Z (Buxton), H7 40. M0.:0 and JU.30, vou,
Anna Patricia. 107 (Henry), wid J3.20, tie-
ond: m Hlrtch, 105 (OootO. fMO. third. Tlm;
1:07, Luther. Klnmund: 2kels'. Anna Befl and
Jlmmle GUI Ifo rn
Soco:ir rcc. bI.t furlouga Uorfon. HO (Tur- 1
nor). JO0. M0 ond ?;.50. wen: Floral Parle.
IIS (Grant). J7.S0 nd ?.0. rwnd; notturtlum.
shov J3. third. Time. 1:13 1-6. Sftr 'of
Danubt and GoKr.ll also ran.
Third ' race.' fix furlonps Morrlttorrn. 10?
fMtpcwottM. tl0.0. ?" and .00, won; Thr
Jt-lnks. 103 (Turn )... JE.Ea..iL IC6Q.i-stoadi.
HnUcld. 10: (OroHiJ, iS.10, JfiTrd. . Tttnei 1:13.' i-b.
Sir Blaise. Prc?urnrtlon, Jim Bi7 and -Royal
Ten ajeo ran. "
Fourth TM'i tha Keolucky talc ax, rnlla and
sveaty yards Merldiun. 12? (Loftuil, 53.60, 12.7U
and out. -non; White V'w, 105 (Buston). plae
ft. 70. ttiov out. seecmd: Illsh -Prlvata. "1S5
tGrni). out, third. Tlau. l;4l t-5. Prtneen
Calloiray alio ran.
FUtll r" ooa-flxt'iotbT-plcatb. 105
(Turnri. llL-IO." M-SO' nd out. woe Ok Bird,
107 (3oot)), 13 00 and out. eroad: Marry Lid.
10 iGam). out. third Tlraf. IMS. Cllttnla
Sixlb rieft, elx turlocsp Caah on Dellverr.
103 (Sfe'jl). T.t0. U 70 and 35. to. "-wtsn': Mer
rlcV. 103 iBuslon). 35 50 and J3.ao. racjnd: 3III
ton B. 10t Heho-). 6.0. third", lima, 1:13 3-5-Cuirl'jrmastar.
Cbiurflerc Curlicue. Du-jusma and
Copp'ri6-n alio ran.'
Saturda-y's Plmllco Bosults.
First raca. flva and on-bU furjonyi- Belltoc-r
"BI5 Dipper. 10 (B?m). 5 to 1. Tvon; Brlr Path,
1U (KtrrlcV), K to cond: Brynary, 1W (MM
tin), 'j 10 1. thlf) Tiroo. 1:03
Sicond race .tnlla .ind one-eighth. alllnp
Konparrtl. 10? (Glin). 3 to 1. won: Fred Mul
holland. 101 (Teihonn). : to. 1, 'tacondr Joho
ntuirdcn. Ill (Ford). 1 to 1, third. Tims.
Third race, tnlla and s'vijntj- yard, alHns
Ohcstar, Krum. 103 (Putvell'i. -5 to t, von: Lav;
too WiBsfa. 103 ; (Byrna). I to 1. tecend: Fu
turity. Bi (McCab?7), 3 o 1. third. Tlma. 1 :'7-
Fourth race, tro ml, atijItehaio--0'Bair,
13J (GlltcrO. 2 (o l. ttod; Utrhol. UO 'CWooda),
2 to l, vjcond; ltod Suirrat, 133 (AHn), i
to I. thlr-J. Time. 1. 01.
Filth rae. rnlla and on-lsbtb. Make
Wo;tlu US (McTaseart). 6 lo 5. von. Hamilton.
110 (Taalunti). P I" 2. .cond; Frccles. 133
(Glfltj). 0 to 2. third. Tirne, 1:JS 1-5.
Blxih r".a, rlx Jn'rlens. pur Fixing Yankee.
tCS (Glaii.). 5 lo 2. fon: ShJ)ek1eton. 120 ("But--U).
S lo F, latood; Tllraatlon, 103 (McCahoy),
15 to I, third. Tlm, l:)f :.(f. r
PORTER RACE MfelsT
DECLARED AT AN END
CHICAGO, Nov. 'J. The management
of the IIineral Springe race track at
Porter. Ind.. put on live, races this af
ternoon and then declared the meeting
at an end for thlF season. Today is tho
day originally scheduled to conclude the
aunomi'cedv mVsen daya of radii?
The management sad It would give
forty-five' days of racing next year bo
Sinnltig about ."Tun? lo. The attendance
today was small,
BOSTON BED SOX vs.
,; 'NEW YORK GIANTS
SRitt1iioi77,ed motion pictures made by the firm of
3: ; Pathe Fr er es
EK4.t the games in New York and Boston.
pQr the name, PATHE EKBRES, and the
exclusively through the GEOT5RAL
BMPAiNT. Wjll be shown for the first
j3Kfey' Wednesday, iNov. 5 and &
Oil EVEJF FIGHT
Says He Will Win by Knock
out in Five, and Possibly
NEW ORIEANS. Nov. 2. 'T will win
by a. Knockout within five rounds. Vjon't
bo surprised to seo the knockout come in
So said Ad Wolgast after ho had put the
finishing touches on his trnlnlnsr for his
important match Monday, night with Joo
Mandot, New Orleans's challenger for the
title, wolgast did no boxirtg this after
noon, but went through a few light ex
ercises. Mandot wound up his training by box
ing two rounds with Eddie Robldou. "I
only regret that thlB fight is not twenty
rounds," was Mandot's only comment. 'T
feel eurc that X can beat WolgHSt over
Today brought no change in the bet
ting situation, which is regarded remark
able in view of tha fact that Wolpast has
heretofore generally been a betting fa
vorite. Mandot followers arc ntill offer
ing oven money and say they Mive a jot
of inoney that will never be covered.
Tho Mandot strength will be Increased
bv Sunday night .when the advance guard
of Memphis fans arrives. The Memphis
sports aro coming well lined with coin,
they say: Many of thorn will board tho
train bcarlntr Ed W. Smith, of Chicago,
who -will refcrnee tho match. Smith is
due here Sundav night. Although most
of Mandot's supporter.? insisted on a
local referee and the wrangle that ensued
caused much ill feeling. Smith's selection
is considered by all the wise ones as a
Another Manager Who
Gives Up Leadership
In the National League
Rock Sand's Services Valuable.
The fee of Rock Sand, when he goes
into the stud in France, Is $2500, but his
book 1s full for tho next threo years,, all
the nominations being held by the syndi
cate which purchased him from Mr. Bel
mont. "What is meant is that for not
less than 52500 will any of the syndicate
part with a nomination, and very few
are prepared to do so on those terms.
" ' fmUNE RACING 'FORM CHART
Cra'pita by P. Clark. - Fubllho4 by Mm. 7. St. D. Sklnnaf.
E. C, Hopper. Prwldlnr Ju3k. h- Morrluor. Bun
IjAQQOK. TJttb, EahjrAtr. NoveraHr 3. T-venty-fouith '-. W(thr ce?r. Tuck hifvy.
ir. FIRST RACE- Four and bilf rurlopgr. Fellne. Tvo-ytir-oH. Net vlu to -cln-ioiit
riar iJOO,' second $J5, thlnl Jis.
Index. Hore: Wt. Bt. U V 3tr. Fin. Jeclity. .Op. CI.
1A13 Pretty Dlo ..103 4 7771 Tv! Tl 1 li ' Uj Forryth 3.3 6
1?S Fors? . . 112 1 .... 3 b 5h 3 1iJ 3n Fhchr 3
1317 Kettnt 101 S .... K K 4 3 4 3 3 315 Hill i 10 S
3S17 Ef.nor "Llornte 103 ? .... $ S K -In Fiylfr . 5 4
1?3 Right Little 113 3 .... 4 3h ! j S 2Vi W. rjTSn .... S-S 3
1435 Debuuntn 103 .3 .... 3h 5U g C Q'rlwn . y K 10
At rott 1 uilnutc. Off it 3:33i. Tro :33 1-5, :(!? 1-1. :S0 'z-S, Dlo 1-3 rl;n, 1-1
iio: For?e 3 placfl. 6-r sliow. Rettnlo 3-2 bhow. Winner b. f. by HindJc LIV Mv.
Trlned by W. H Snculy. Scratcbed, H?3 Mnrlo Core, 101: 14 Killua 101. Standlnc t'tart vioi.
Won driving. :eond esnje, third caelly- .Hlsh prlco, Dale 8.S. Winner nrored for J30O. V?
bid." OvrfolEht. Fhnor Uoront 3. Pnjtty Dn aurncd tho lod early, lid aoush left at tbb
end to lall off Forge, which "ib on Hie r It nd w?j 'colnp xqtz jtronp. Rtnj nhovM
woll in tins polnc. Rljht Little hunf bdly llor being clotc up In tbc cjtIi pirt.
A Cos SECOND RACI!-Fivo furlonsr. Selling. Threoijcar-olds nd upv1. Net ralu to
IJ-vJ winntr feond $13, third J13.
Index. Hone. Wt. St. U V, hi 8tr. Fin. Jockty. Op. ' CI.
Ibis The raa, s hit l .... n ii n 13 tj, nicoi s-s s.
(15211 Lookout. 6 Ill S .... SI. :!j S 3 3 3 Ron S 30
C14351 Plckinlnny. in 3 .... 2 4 3 3 3 tj 3 4 mil 4 3 s
134? Ed tr.. B.... 10? S .... S3 4 K 4 3 4 9 Polfy 13
1475 Amindo. 4 Ill 7 ' .... 4 n 5 3 SI 5 H Csvaniuch . ... 3 7-2
HS7 CaUa, 103 3 .... 4 6 4 6 5 6 8 Fomyth . ...... 15 30
1473 Lt.Trn. a ICS 4 .... T 7 7 7 O'Brlao 10 Z0
Correrttd weight, looVout. Ul-
At rrt U minute. Off it 3:5S. Tl!n-::4 Z-S, -51 4-5. 1;C5 4-5. Fad 1-3 plica, S-10
show. Lookout 3 plon. 3 ch'ov. rlclwinlnny 2-! $ho-. Wtnmr cb- tr. ly TVooltthorct Fhloo
ible. Trlned by P. w. Keiley. Krralche'l, UM Gold FolnU IPS; 1413' Gollco, 103. ptadlng
itrt good. SVon haodly; cond tm, tMrd tlly. HU;h prlco. Amndo 4. Winner n
torcd for J:00. No bid. Oversight. The Fad 4, Lvn 1- The" Fid held hle'Oeld sf all through
the runalus. He nudo at: attempt to run out. on tho far turn, but' Nlcol' ahook'TjIs x-hlp at
him and' ho ran MtaUht lnd uue to th wlve Lsokout ran fell ta the solps. ivcjrlnc PlcV
anlnnr down In th' final hundred yards. Ed G. outfootd the balnnce.
.t tf-4 THIRD RACE ruturlly course Selling. Three-roar-olds and upn-aid. "ot vlur. lo
iOJ, wlnnir 3300. tecond 136. third 315.
Indor. Hoite, " VVt.'st. V, ' Blr. Fin." Jockey. .v .bp. CI.
IMS Tippy. 4 103 I 777 Tz 3 ZVy "I 2 1 1U Hanover . 3-3
1505 Clara W.. 4....... 10? 3 .... 11, 11 1 3H 3 i Fltrher t 7
1504 McltJ, 4 ... 104 4 .... 6 V, 4 3 4S 3 1 Hill . ... 13 10
1516 Billy Myer. k ..-..,103 1 .... 4 b .l!'5 sn 4 5 O'Brien 7-r. $-5
1504 Phil Connor, 4 W R .... S3 fit .si ;u Fohjth B in
1514 Bratrlco Eoule, 4. .10? 7 .... 7H S3 fi U7 Grolb 13 M
14S7 Lomond. 6 113 fl .... 3 n 7 4 7 3 7 3i Cavtnauah . ... JO V,
liiOt Karll. 3 IW .... 3 S TV. 'Oatgan ... 4 7
At pot U mlnuts! Off at 3:35. Tlmr :52 J-t. 1:17. Tippy 1 place. 3-5 sho'.
Clara 3 plica,. fl'S hon". Mclla 6-5 ihov. Winner K n. by B)ues Lioeifii. TrInfd by 1 F.
Jelaetta, 8ertcb1, 151 ffsliirrt. 10. ?tandlpK trt ood. Wda handily, frcon'l and third
dflvlnjf. Hlsh prtr, Myrr 3-3. Winner entrd for 5100. 'o bid. Orer.vvelsbi. Clara j. Tippy
followed cle up to CUi w". until tha paddock 6at ""an reached, T.-brro she drow clear to -!n
handily. Clera W. buns' iom near h flnlfli. Molla clotd otoutly Dllly Myer upb'o. to
Veep up in h roIpf-
t Z.nX FOURTH RACE Ono nillo. Btlllnp. Tbrre.year.oldi and upward. Net uc to vln
10ii) nor;4:00. mood s. tlilrd Hi.
Index. Hofe. WCi St. U H K' Str Fin'. Jccker. ' Op. -CI.
I 16'5 Leiar, 4 103 S 1 J4 t 3 1 11 3. ZV7 Ih CavantUKh 5 11-3
1M3 Rake. 4 ,w ....... U-t " 65 n I 5 3 Sn 3h nadtkft ; .v: 4
(151,) Judge Flr, ,.,...1M 3 3 ti ;1 3 1 n 3.1 Pauley . ; 7-r.
1307 Flylnc, 112 3, 3 i 4 2 3 Hi 3 1 4 2I Flffbfr A $
(1MT) O: y.'t Kenaon. 5...11S 4" i r. 3 1 I 1 4 lr UJ 11)11 3 i.k
H4 Florence Krlpp, 3,,10? fi Kb 10- f 13 1 33 30 tUuoTrr 3 X
1V07 RrportT. "3 ...... ..ICS 1 7 7 7 7 7 M Bil 20 4 0
At pot 1 mlnuts. Olf al 3:(Jii. Tlino.-07. 3-5. 1 30. 1:50 3:5. I.rffar 3 placr. t-''
rho-. Rako 3-3 place. 1-1 .ho"'. Sale. 3-D jhnv Winner b. V V FlllKraac-Fhort TaV. TralnH
by Vi S. Heath. Scratched, 1314 Onatsm. 1M, (MOii Kdna fteart, lit. fiatt'dlcic ttut roo.1. '
Won rl hrio driving High pri, Lercar Winner enttr ;or too. No bid 0rnlijlil
Rer9rter 5. Lewr znt'if the running until an 715Mb out. nhrro he -"ir. IimIH tnipofrt)
by Judgo Sle, hut b proved qultv lama by hfknR him off x lj end. Ki.e closed -Mih
a trpnjandoun tujh the Dual hundred ardr. seltlnK up 10 th. placr. f.-pm the tlrfn'K JuJrj
fal. Flylnr raced ivell thfousb the soIdc
, FirTII RAC13-Futnrlty courae. Felllpg. Thrrs-yetr-oldt and upvarii. Net value to :
ljfJO trlnnrr :, second f33. third 13.
Indci;. Horto. WL 8t. tt 1 U K Str7 Fin. Jockey.' ' ' Pp., CI."
1503 Ftm.'S 107 4 -"7. Tl Tl pH 7l Forayth ! , 3 ' T'
WA Htcet C. 3 4 ,.107 S .... SS 2 i 7 1 3 b W. . U.irpati .... 3, 13
1515 Charloy Broq. ? ..J10 i .... 12 t h - 2 14 3 3 Coimucb . ... 5-3 . S-3
W3 Fleet. Faahlon, 3. . .107 1 .... 2 b 5: f 2 4 2t, Puilf? . ....... z 7A2
UM 5Iad. ?W5rve. 3 .... (o 3b 4p 5 4 Flsrhtr 10 H
fwwi Zooi. 4 .......111 s .... tinea him z. s
At poit ljntile 'OH at :K Tlme-r:'C4 ;M 1;1 3-5. fr-e 4.5 rovs.
ihor. llatal 5 place, 3 sho.v. Bro-n ;S rhor. Winner b. by WUberfr-l'rue. Trained by
1 J. A. TJutKln. Scratched. 1618. Lee Harron 11.. 10. Staodlnf: i.tarL trood- Won flrjt thiei drjv
' ns- Hlsh Pce. Frea 13.3, Faibloo . winnr aterd for 3;i0 .o bid Orr alcht, ' Mus
1 craTf I. Fre took the. Jtad ' from the ataru holdlntr all bahlrid bfc Mfo the flnUh. ltil
C." a atrong Wntender. Chrly Pto a a out footed In the ealy part. Ke TJtd k tironc
buntllnc rido alt through the raco. Flaettnir Fanhlon fturablcd 00 the !r turn, nearly
, --f7 SltCTII RACE Futurltr eourte. 8c)Uac Tbree.y,?r.oljs and upward. Net value to
1 Z ilqqr 42QQ. ond 335, third 515. . .
In'dax. "yrro. Wt. St. U. U t ' Sir. 'Fin. Jockey. pp. ct;
'ICT3 Greeu- Tele. 4. .....IOI 7 5 3 1 '1 1 7i 13 Fonytb 2 K-1
UU Orallnlt. 3 1" 3 . ?H 2 , 3 l 3 1 Btsauion . , . r, j
1503 TallOF Foot, fi ,. ..118 1 .... 3b 5 3 3b 3 - nlddlo , 10 7
1315 JIIV? Hocltn. t . ...W 5 ... 11 4i 1: 4 4 Hill t
1510 An. Pebneldrh. 3 . 1M 3 .... 4 s 3 1 S3 ) Mrtfeveii .t t
1S1 Ge Cta). 3. . ,.1W 4 .... 7 t R fiS W GarRin '10 3
1514 Dla. BucVla. 3. ... 107 .... 3 T 7 7 Hanover . ...... IS H
"Xl "poit ti Ullnnte. Off at 4:41. Tlnij-.-SJ 3-3, -53 3-3. 1:J7. Ule (.$ place. 2-5 ahow.
OnltoUt 3 place ) ahov. Foot 65 abows Winner br. m. by HL Avonlciw Ha.ld of Fermoy.
Trlnd br J. MoCrtbr Scratched. U31 Banthel, 10(: 1511 Tempo standard. 100. Standing
aUrt good, "ea eaHy- second and Iblrd drirlnp. High prjrt. lal 11.5, Orattolat 7, VTlnoPr on
tored far S1KL No "bid. OrerFelabt; "Baeklo 3. Gmn Itlo raovtd into Ujc ed tnrnlnr for
borori ttora tbe Ao-m. tt win taally at tba ead. OraltoUt rmtgaroed Tellov Vent, ythleb i a .
itrong iacrar ail dnrtas ib roantae. .
CRIMSON TIES THE
(Continued from Preceding Pago.)
the shift. Waller made three yards. Dewltt then
kinked over tho Harvard goal lino.
The ball vns brought out to Harvard's 20
yard line, whero Brlckley mado four yards on
fako kick on a plunss through left tackle.
Felton then kicked to Pendleton on Princeton's
10-yard line. The Princeton captain struggled
back, six yard.
On 11 fonvird part, Andre, hurled tho ball
to Pendleton and tho play, whlr.h was r.uccsis
ul. netted Prlncton thirty ynrds. putting the
ball on Harvard'a 10-yard line.
On another forward pa Waller fell don
aler catching the ball, but reebvrred (hls foot
ing and dropped over tho goal line. Harvard
blocked Pendleton's kirk out Rfter the touoh-doT.-n.
eo no 6oal wa? nttenpled. Tho period
ended nith the ball 011 Harvard's 43-yard lino.
Score end accond "period: Prlneelon, C; Har
There wag no change lu the Harvard llnoup.
but II. Baker took Pendlr.ton's place and kicked
off to Harvard'a 10-yard line Brlrkley ran It
back tea yards and kicked to N Baker on
Princeton's lo-yard lino. Wight went out and
Pendleton took his place.
Princeton netted fire yards on to plunge
Into center. Pewltt fumbled dnd llarvanl re
covered tho ball on Princeton's 5-yard Hn.
Ilrickley nudo four yards on plunges Into center,
but offside 'play by Harvard ifcnt the ball back
to Princeton' -yard line, Brlckley dropped
back to tho 15-yard lino and shot his tocond
goal from the field, tying the rcore.
In thi rushes under the goal potts, Princeton's
Hue was Kite a atono trail.
Waller kicked off to Harvard' 30-yard linn to
Hardwlrjs nd the' ball waj run back flvo yards.
Brlckley wormed his way back for four j&rds
and Kclton punted to H. Baker on Princeton's
20-yjrd line. Dswltt punted and Oardnsr wade
a fair catch on Princeton's 47-yard line. Thern
Brlckley tried a goal from placemont kick from
tho 47-yrd line and the ball wont acrors tho
goal with a doicn yards to spire. A few min
utes after Brlckley attempted a. goal from mid
field, but the ball was blocked and v. is then
given to Princeton on down.
Th third period ended with th ball In Har
vard's poEseislon on br SS-jard Hni. Score
end, third period: Harvard. 5; Princeton. S.
wfaen jlay was resumed tho ball Trent vp In
"the air and Baker made & fair catch on Prince
ton's 33-yard line. Deltt tried a forward pass,
which was uocoopMed- Emmons took B. Bak
er's Pisco at quarterback for Princeton. Po.
wltt kicked to Harvard's 33-yard illne, where
Gardner was thrown Trltaout gilv
Tho ball seg-fAwM up and "do-n rh. field.
Brickjey doing moi.t of the- jtround-galnlng for
On Frlncrion's 25-yard Us for third do-n,
Brlckley tried a goal from th field, but tntrsod.
Strtlt tcok H. Baker's pttec. Princeton tried a
fptwerd PJt." t' Herdwlek ciusbt tha bill and
ran to Princeton'e 30-yajd line. 'Ho roade' eleven
mora yards on to trlea andlt ms-a. firrt down
for Harvard on PrlnMtoa's 15-yard line,
Brlckley carried th bell to Prlncto3'6 13
On a fako forwird pass formation lUrdwlck
plactd th bill on rrlnceton's F-yaid line for a
Brlckley made two yards tbrdujh cantor, but
netted nob' bslf a yard on th nett play. o
firm wae the Frlnclon lln. Then In a su
preme effort Hardwlck crashed 9galnt th Tiger
forwards and plunged ar.roti 'the goal llns. In
tb,o very rami rlay Brlckley wan seriously In
jured and four men carried bim 10 tho lockor
rcom. A goal followed the touchdown.
Thp game was returned with Harvard klcktSf
off. Andrew ewgbt the ball on the 33-yard
line and ran, It back five sards. Pendleton v
thToro bck flv yards on ths first rurh.
Prlneston attempted another forward pars, hut
Gardner c&rae thrczgh and cau?ht tbo bill. It
,- Harvard's ball on "Princeton's 85-yard lino
'when, tho 'game ended.
Felton le Andrews-
Storer ....It-.. Phillips
' Bradled s - Shenk
WlggleBworth c BluothontJial
Trumbull. Drlscoll . .r?C. TOEfth
Hitchcock . - rt. . : . .Eenfiold, Ballln
Coolldso Dunlap. TV'igjit
Gnrdnr.- qh.., S, Baker
Hardwlck lh Pendleton,
II. Bakor, Strolt
Brickloy, Linpird.. .rh Waller
Wendell ,....fb... 'Dewiu
Score llai'vartl. IS; Princeton. 0.
Touchdowns, Waller. Hardwlck. Goal
from touchdown. Hardwlck, . Ooal.s from
drop kick, Brlckley, 2. Goal from jlace
ment, Brlckley. Time of periods, lo min
uter. Referee. Lansford of Trinity. Um
pire Williams of Pennsylvania, Head
lineman, Lieutenant Nolly of "West Point
Southern Football Results
M Atlanta Auburn. 27; Georgia
Al Briton Hou?o Missifslppl A. and
M.., 7; .Louisiana. State, 0.
At Foyottevllle Ailtansraa,
Texas Southwestern. 0.
A I. Knoxville Tennessee, C7; lvcij
! lucky Qetral. 0,
At Now Orleans Alabama. 7; Tu
.. lane, 0.
At Mncon Wercor, 7t; ColtnnMa
At LcJiit?ttl) VaRhu15ton and Lev.
J 34, Du,vldccn eolk'?c. 0.
KRAMER BEATS CLARKE
IN ONE-MILE RACE
BOSTON, Nov. C Frank Kramer,
A'lnnrlaui ilmmplon. won the jnlentrt
tlonnl indoor sprlui chantplonsiilp one
mile blcyrlc race, here (onisht in tw
connecutlvc -hratii by defearlng Jackie
Clarke of Australia. Tho time of lie
flrvt heat was " mlnulcj tsecondt,
and thf second 2 nilnuteiJ ur jioconds
Klinor- C'ollina of Boston look tho in
door "motor championship ten-mile race,
his Umo bclne v minutes iios-5 seconds
George Wiley of Syrauune. world'H cham
pion. "wn6 forced to take second placn.
Connolly Boatc feorg.
V."COLTV5R, B. r Nov, 2. Pat
Continllv, "bampion ltcht hiavy weight
wrestler of tho Britii-h islcp. defeated
John Bcrc of Fori lane), hero last lil.iht
winning tbc first nn'l third falls With
both haytut; fccurod obe fall, C'oniiollv,
who ontwoiphed his opponent nearly
twenty pounds, picked Berg up from t)io
mat and throw him Ijea-vily to the floor.
Berc landed partly on fiis head antj
shotHderB and was carripd Stow the ring
im c oil sci oris.. Doctor pooh rnfcored him
Salt Lake Soccer Team I
Victorious Over Provo B
Speedy Local Team Makes Two Goals In First Five H
Minutes and Wins 4 to 1.
SAJjT LAKE defeated the stronp
Provo soccer team at the fair
grounds yesterday afternoon In a
well-played game by the score of
1 goals to 1. Ail the scoring was
done in the first half, Salt Lake making
the first score In three minutes of play
and another in an additional two m.ln
utes. This Is a record for Utah. A large
crowd attended tho ganiQ.
Salt Lako defended the wc3t goal and
klckinp off at 3:1G p. m. The whole Salt
Lake front rank taking; part in a run,,
pressed well down the field but Graham
relieved and immediately Provo pressed.
P. Uramley was forced to kick out.
From the throwin, a fine run down the
field followed and Poole scored after a
bombardment of the Provo soal within
three minutes from the start of the
Salt Lake was faster on the ball and
tho left wing- swlnerlng the ball over to
the right and back to Churchill, who
centered on the dead run and Ansell
headed through, makin? two goals in five
minutes of play.
Salt Lake hemmed the Provo boys In
their own territory and Poole shot wildly
over the bar. From the kickoff, Loynd8
and Long got. away and Loynds shot for
goal but Umpleby headed out. Church
ill ran well down tho left wing and cen
tered; Aneell headed through.. The third
and beet goal ever scored in the state.
From the center kickoff. Fred Braralcy
In tackling tho 'Provo right wing fouled
and Provo backshot the first ball to
Hyde, who easily cleared.
Tho Provo forwards now settled down
and Majors, who was playing the best
game inthe- forwaxd-llner-6cordeaslly
after Hyde had partially cleared-
Churchill and Poola took tho ball front
the center kick arid forced" their way but
Churchill fouled Cosh. Tho free kick
resulted in no progress. Immediately
after, Cusworth fouled 'Majors with the
Game Is Exciting.
The game now began to placken and
Provo began to do better, forcing h ball
well up towards Salt Lake's goal and
obtained a corner kick whioh. Gosh put
high over1 the "bar. Majors' Sallied with
the- ball when in an excellent position to
score and Hyde ran out. taking the ball
right from his toes. Cusworth fastened
on the ball, and sprinting down the field,
passed Graham who recovered rapidly
and kicked out. From tlje thrown the.
ball wai centered and Anseu, fastanins
on the ball within tho 13-yard line, Gra
ham grassed him. Dick Brarriloy took
Ihe free kH:k and shot wildly over the
The same now became most ixcltlns
and strenuous work on both Sides was In
dulged In, Umpleby having a free kick
awarded against him. Provan, centered
forward for Provo. took tho free Rick
and shot into Hyde's hands who easily,
cleared. Poole and Churchill were now
working nicely and carried the ball with
tricky plays well down the fields A beau
tiful run was spoiled by Churchill s weak
center, tho ball going over.
Provo now gained two corners in suc
cession acalnst Prime,, who was not play
ing up to'hls usual form, but Dick Bram
ley cleared both cornors, D. Bra-mley
fouled close, in and Hyde cleared again
right off Long'8 to.s, Corh catching the
ball on a drop-kick phot over the. par.
The game became more even now; and
a fin run on the left Wing of Salt Lake
vsis spoiled by Churchill's off side. Two
free kicks against bait Lake enabled
Provo to 'press: well in but their wide and
wild passing and high kicking spoiled
th'ir attack as the Salt Like backs head
ed In nearly every Instance clear.
The foature of the game at this period
was the powerful nuntine of boUi back
divisions. Churchill and Poole now took
up th running and pressed but Sumner
forced Churphlll and tho ball Qvr the
line. Provo now began to press and, held
hard lines In not scoring, weak shooting
and dilatory tactics in front of .foji te
Ins the reason- Play was transferred to
the other end wid Ansell and Poole com
bining wll together put In three or four
shots and in the mlxun, Graham charged
Ansell, dropping him fa .S'i
psnalty kick waH awarded and Poole
easily scored, making tbe total 1.
Provo was not disheartened and brsn
to riress on the r rteht w)ng but Ptert
Brm)ev was playing a steady game and
pa&fnK the Thai to Churchill, that player
ran well P centered Just as the
back pulled Phlm down. Five ""JJ &
for lime was up Provo kept Salt Lake
in It own territory. Half time result, i
goulp to I-
On rceuming. Provo presfed for awhile
but their forwards trld too. much clos
work in front of goat Their halfbRCks
settled down, however, and were Playing
a much better game One of the, beat
runs of tho came was now made by tr.e 'H
whole Salt Lake forward line hut ih".
ball was shot over the. bar. A foul H
against Provo was given and Umpleby H
shot Into King's hands from mldfleld. 'H
who only partially cleared and Dick
Bramley returned, shooting well In, tin
ball dancing from three Salt Lake tor-
ward's heads, nkimmin;; over tho top of iH
Tho whole Salt Lake forward line took
nart in tho run but again shot over the
line. Ansoll was ngaln fouled and Uniplc- h
bv placed well to Poolo who shot awaj'
high over the bar. Provo now had a jH
fine run down the field which was spoilt? I
through Loynds being offside. Immc- !H
ilately Dayer was given off-sldo wllhit,
Mn yards In front of King. From th tH
free kick. Poole caught the hall and put jH
in a tcrrlffic shot from the 2.'i-yard line 'M
which Graham saved close in. H
The Salt Lake men wero now deter- iH
mined to scon and play was kopt u i-io
-ight wing. Ansell and Cusworth, who
centered, and Poole sent in a beauty 'H
which Ansell just grazed with his head- tH
Churchill then sent In a shot which Sum-
ner averted by giving a corner. This was lH
beautifully placed and Dayer hcadfd over -H
the bar. iH
Provo now had a splendid run the en- tH
tire length pf tho field, but was stopped Mm
by Umploby and Immediately another 1
chance was spoiled, Provan being offsldi H
This relieved the pressure against Salt iH
Lake and play was transferred to Prnn iH
territorj, wlierc several goals were lo?t 'H
by the men being ovcr-amttou:.
Could Not Score.
Play became warmer and ome very ll
pretty, passages at arms occurred hi- aH
tweon the players with honors "abont eveir. flH
Several cornors were given Salt Lnke -H
but wore not well placed. Graham was iH
a tower of strength to the Jfrovo back jH
division. Off-sldo was given l against IH
Poolo when he had no one to beat but H
King. From a breakaway. Majors senM"
a dandy shot which skimmed over th ll
The outstanding feature of this half il
was ths saving il both King and Hyd. iM
Bath defended their goals well. Efovarr
was rather we,ak in front of goal and m
Majors was th only pne, in the front
rank who wax able to drive them In. H
was well watched, however. Tho Provo
halfbacks worked hard and Dixon stood
out well against Poole and Dayer. Cosh
was the best halfback for .Provo wn
honors were about even between lilni ,m
and the veteran Churchill. Dayer did bl
not shine but Ansell and Cusworth
worked and worried Graham consider- iH
ably. The UnetiP was. lM
Salt Lake. Position. Pwvp.
Hyde soal - lnP
Smpleby (C?pt)...r.b iL IH
Primea ' V.'.t. iib... V.'.V.. . Gwb H
r BBrfiy .V. ftlufc... Dixon
CusworUi o. r. Lot?w5
ingpH r. r LohR B
" o Provan
Poole "V....... 1. 1 Morgan (Capt )
Goals, Po6le (31. AmSMMw
Lipesmen. G- Bramley. Salt Lako. W.
A Re?eVecTSvhitlng. of Salt Lake. 'M
Length of halves, 4t minutes.
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30 Days of High-Glass Racing H
mom, OCT, i to mm, iy. a
The very best hones, ritlden by famous Jockeyo over tho beautiful EH
aoon course. EH
:ONCERT3 BV SCHEUTER'S ORCHpSTRA FIRST RACE AT 2:30 P, M. IH
All regular train" vfa ths Slt Lake and Ogdon Railway (Bnmborser B
tint) stop at irack, Special train wHhdtit atopa to tha track at 130 p. m. 'M
leturrilna immediately after UM r Arfmlwlaw, laaJuns return ftrlpt
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