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j$J ft , THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, MONDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 4,. 1912. 1
Finnegan Is Certainly Some Pal to Mutt :: :: :: :: By 6Budy9'
! f I'D SWEAR, r UFT f Sft"Y.NurX THAT 5 "DONT CALL wHV, ou NOW FMWE&PN
r'UG LOST Vf ON THAT TABLS J . - ;t HAT . YOU'VE 'ht ' '$ V?R WELU i GAME IT TO (Z B
SH-K HAT. THAT'S BET MUTT PfNCHeD 1 . " GOT A NSfWE TO V J NeVGR HrD A LK ) NE ff ft
C.Ai IT T'Ll rn '.."w- - Bt? STZAUhZ HAT AND VOU HAVEN'T I 7 . f-T
E must MAvje coppsd V : J ' J iaL ong, so if it s'T ) m i
I 11 practice is
I UTAH'S PROGRAMME
H Eleven Will Be Well Drilled
This Week for Saturday's
H. Game at Denver.
UH After r?coI1ng the worst scare of the
sa?on in their same with Montana unl
verity Saturday, there is nothing ahead
for the Utah hoy hut earnest drill. Next
Saturday Utah meets the University of
Hr Colorado In Denver. By their victory
jHl 'T Colorado college Saturday. Boulder
jHt eliminated one of the hardest teams in
BL the ?ate. and consequently it is 10
IHr Moulder that Colorado now looks to dc-
I fat Utah for the championship, as Utah
B. hould defeat Colorado col le ere in Salt
jv! Lake the following week.
H Utah will meet the hardest team in
' he conference under 11 handicap next
Hl Saturday. It is certain that the same
Hff pur up hy the eleven against Montana
HK will nvcr win from Boulder The new
formations which Bennlon intends to use
1 In Saturday's came were not sufficiently
pHR effective to stop Montana and will rc-
RB i ul rr perfecting before they will he "worth
HPJB anything against the Yellow and Blue.
pB , Co-irh Bfnnlon 1h far from discouraged,
Hf and kad that the closeness of the Mon-
PPHt tatifi game and the continent surprise
Htli to the men flos the best thing- that could
jPHij liave happeneI. Montana has a !plon
flPBl dii tem and would he worthy opponents
HPSi f any tenm in the conference. Before
Ht 1 hp same vnrsltv lld not know this, and
IPHf! before they woke up to the fuct that their
npHi pponents wcr'- Just aa Rood as they, the
K Montana machine wna working so woll
Hi tliat It was Impossible for Utah to hit
thp ntride they milntalncd against Den-
PR v'er two weeks ago.
Ppi The -ain.i demonstrated clearly that
PPJR Utah i.i not peerless and will have to
PpB. flzht URt the same as any other tam
PPB if the expect to win the championship.
P& The fact that Boulder ntarted out in
pBI had form thla reason has Httltj slgmlfl-
pHE '-aiicA and Ik all the more reason that
pHpjr the..- ahoutd extend themselves now.
pHt Ther arc ninety men on the isouirier
H s?iiad, and no matter how many Krcen
PJ men there arc amoncr thin number, it is
HI n certainty that with a conch like P. I.
Hi lYrironi. asslated by xevcnij others, a pood
Bf Iran will he developed. Slnco Boulder's
PpBr defeat at the hands of the Colorado
H AstkIcf. their string of victories 1ih been
Hi utiliroketi and overwhelming.
PBfl Tli" Montana scare, has put the men
PBW "it thlr mettle, and as it la almost ccr-
PHRf 'aln that the championship depends upon
PJPHt this uiune. the follows will undoubtedly
PJBN put tn the most Htrenuoun practice of
PBj; the year between now and Thursday
Hi noon, when lh-y leave for Denver.
I HORSEMEN SORROW AT
SHIPMENT OF STOCK
Many a horse-loving man of tho Blue
. Cirass rcpon was .sick t heart when
those five crcat thoroughbred niaros
Uuriosity, Hitnrk'u. Kairy Slipper, Swift
Foot and Deity, whirh Jannvs R Koeno
void to Hcorge Jav G011M for fjjO,000,
ncrc put aboard the iMinnchalm for
Krancc. Harring Maskcttc. the futurity
winning daughter of Rituriea. thefcc five
were held in higher ctccm by Mr.
Kocno thnn any oT tho half a hundred
matrons continuing what was tho great
rt Amoriean thoroughbred stud. It is
nothing short of an outrago that condi
tions in this country arp such as to oc
casion tho cradtiHl "though certain pau
perization of this nation's best equine
THes fivo niaro aro in foal to four
of tho voting Cnstloton Mrcs. their mat
ing having been undor tho direction of
America ? master .breeder, lajor Koxall
A. Daingerfield. and it is not vcuiuring
much, in the light of tho achievements
of Anipricnn-brel horses abroad, to pre
dict that onr of their foals of the corn
ing spring will make a pcnsational rec
ord on thf rin-e course. of continental
Kurope. Biturica is in foal to Ultimus,
the grandest muscled thoroughbred in
America. Fairy Slipper and furiosity
re in fnal to that hterling raeo horse
Sweep: Deity is in foal to tho beautiful
Hippodrome, and Swift Foot's union
with Superman, another excellent
Something for Noth
ing. K-sliniatos, Designs ami
Consultations given cheer
fully on all glass jobs.
Come on, now; let's get ac
quainted. THE CULMER CO.
Glass. Was. 3200
Glazing. 355 S.W.T.
Salt Lake Soccer Club, Claimant of
the Championship of the State
p wmam ' t m n i n i i i 111 i umin n njmiii n.i nimn liii mi jj i
H- . W '
Top Row, Loft to Right Umplcby, Hyde, F. Bramlcy, George Bramlcy.
LUddlc RowPrime, D. Bramlcy, Skoficld.
Bottom Row Coswortli, Anscll, Payer. Poole, Churchill.
BOXERS ABE READY
FOS TOW'S BOUT
Record-Breaking- Crowd Is
Expected at Wolgast and
NKW ORLKAN'S. Nov. .1. Ad Wolcnst
ind Joe Mandol. chnllenger for Wiilcnst'H
title, rested today while all Now Orleans
and adjacent territory discussoil their
ten-round bout, set for tomorrow nlt;ht.
Neither lightweight did any work.
Wolgrnu n ml hla manager, Tom Jones,
and their wives, Hpent most of the day
nutomohlllng ami attending a circus per
formance. ICd W. Smith of Chlcnso. who will ref
eree th flcht. arrived hero tonight. I'ro
motr D. .1. Tortorlch ami one or two of
Smith's, friends here immediately started
him on a round of Introduction to fight
fans, who were waiting at the Gruucwatd
hotel to meet him.
Smith mot some real enthusiasm on the
match long before he arrived In New Or
leans. Ten or twelve fans hoardft his
train at Memphis and several others ot
on at Mississippi points. All railroads
report that they will lwudle large crowds,
and as a rosult of their report Uromoter
Tortorlch has decided to start ulnlv to
morrow 011 100O additional flold Maats at
the bull park, where th flght will take
place. He told Beferee Smith tonight ha
would not soli his recctptx In advance for
Bettlnc here continues at even, and
with tho comliis if Memphla fans thera
Is plenty of Mandot money. Mandot
probably will go into the rln favorito
to win the newspaper dceUlon.
A moderately cold wavo has atruck New
Orleans, the Iat two day liavlng beon
colder tltui any this fall. Although the
bout will be held In the open. It Is not
believed the cold will affect the attendance.
ST. LOUIS. Nov. 3. Miller Hugglns.
econd lMseman of the St. ImiIs Na
tional Iws agreed to confer with the
dub management with a view to asnutn
ine charge tn place, of Itncer Bras Italian,
recently depoae!. It Is not known what
offer will be made but as Huggfn has
bcn tendered the msnacmotit of the
Cincinnati club at a salary of J 7 MO. it
Is expected the lcal owners will exceed
that. Brftsnaban reilT-d fld.MO ami luul
h contract calling for to per cent of the
WINN AT JUAREZ TO
El PASO. Tex . Nov. Z. -Colonel m. j.
Inn. general manager of the Junro:
Jockey Huh, arrived here twJav from
Louis III. Kr., to perfect nanjtmnt
for the tOrt days of racing on
T lankegUIng day at Juarnc. Ytexlro lie
slat thai fifteen of horse -o
rnr-l- r 'ier fro;i ljtonl .,rn,,. xi
K'e o t. it !. AM six ra. rs t St iU ,
"ft ill Sfttr.eu Tt aiaJaj
BY WILLIAM SERVICE.
On account of rain and had grounds
there were no school league games plaved
last week. These games will probably
he played Tuesday. In the meantime the
various schools are strengthening the
weak places and playing practice games
to keep In trim.
Fred. Bramlcy, who has been playing
on tho Gordon (Denver) soccer team,
finds time to drop Into Salt Lake occa
sionally and help Ids old learn. I-Yod Is
the Jiappy possessor of a fine cold badge
for being on tho team winning the. cham
pionship of Oolorado. The Gordons won
both, the cup nnd the league pennant. The
soccer nine is booming In Denver and
vicinity and there are a number of good
live clubs to contest for the football
honors each season.
Word at lis nil states that the Glasgow
Rangers defeated tho Collies In thy final
came for the Glasgow cup, the score be
ing S goals to 1. At half time the score
was 1 goal to none In favor of the Cel
tics, hut tho Hansen got busy and prin
cipally through the efforts of tho grent
Hcnrict (formerly a Celtic player) plied
on throe goals and held the famous Irish
men to no score during the second half.
The attendance was .over 0,000 and a
most exciting came from start to finish.
Tho Park City soccer boys report that
they have ten Inches of enow in ilio ml 11
Ing camp and this makes It difficult to
Tho proposed second division of the
Soccer league was organized last .Wed
nesday evening and ;;umon will hc plaved
as convenient to tho teams. Several
other teams will enter later.
Hyde, the tall Imtfbnek who played for
Salt Lake two seasons ago. Is back from a
visit across tho water ami has thrown In
his lot again with Salt Uike. lie has
donned the blue and white this year and
take, part n tho games he mav bo solocl
ed to Play in by the committee. Hyde Is
cuunlly nt home In coal or on the half
back line, ills holghi stands him In good
Monday's Latonia, Entries.
Pint RiCfr nieTcn-ltinths ot a nllr I'wrn
Index. W1.1 U4et. vi'
am km?i niian ion s nirteu . ... 101
KIva 10( mi Ira?. rMneM '
SI Orri 10l UTT lUrin C (
fiZ KUl 101! 6m Tfrri IUn,o
7 I4U Tle 101 6171 AV S4 . . . HO
tS XrTllte Ivii Ml J Qt-r . 17
Sx4 Hr Tarr-uriT3 ot a mil- Stlllar
M77 OM -.Voswn .. 7 (Ttl Tr . . m
MitrV SimMi .
KIU Orisf .... 1AI OH Mk rk Ml
wn Sn. Jiaif . Wl' 6TX (Hilton KUc . 1
173 nteJ LU ... IIHOI AlfiM V. lj
a i'0pcw tai 4 Voiiu in
TMrtl niet-TbiM qiriw of HtU. arlllar
M tlUh Ml ; Rtbl4 . . "
SalnU CMS lBprn4t ih
KU rirp !! II I. Vzrun .. m
m Td4tlBC 14 OH rhtmle . Jl
lH Ctn. Tma . 111 tlf llr AlYC4M 111
:rr rafiir . . ii ui nr . ' i
MK KIU ttcma . 14H' MB Otis. . " ,Li
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m BfH nt ... ' '"
J MfTllaoeic . ..Win C Xew Ufa Ml
SN Yotk I7I Itti IV ArtlKto""W
Nolte 107'77 MrlTt . Z
3l I UcMalac . Ii MO Mt4r Jin im
I-4r Willi. . 14 tut trrtek JJI
PUth acr -Mil 4 Hire Hctl Mlime"
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t -1 Hu.
IT LAKE H IS
Players Say Over-Confidence
Cost Them Victory Over
The Salt Lake high echool football
eleven returned from Holse last night
where the team was. defeated Saturday
by Boise high school. The boys feel blue
over their defeat as thoy are sure It was
over confidence that heat them, and not
the northern team's superiority. How
ever, there Is no kick coming from the
local boys and they arc unanimous In
praise of noise's treatment of them both
previous and after the game. Regarding
tho officials the boys snhl they sol an
even break all the way with no discrimi
nations, and all claimed the loss to b
their own fault. One of them 'fa Id: "It
wan an off day. We started fast biit lie.
ing slowed down we could not regain
Speaking of the game. Coach Richard
son said: "It was over confidence that
lost for ub. and despite the fact that we
wore outweighed twenty pounds to the
man, I am sure we would have won had
we not been so confident of victory. One
thing that had a tendency In that di
rection and which shows the sentiment
at TJoIsc, was the betting which, up to
tho end of the first quarter, was five
to two In our favor.'" Asked If hc thought
the local team could win In a return
came the coach an Id: "I know they could.
We went through their line for the first
few minutes so fast that the boys ex
pected u walkaway and when Boise did
tako a stand w couldn't move them."
Of the Boise forwanl pass which played'
lint Important a part In winning the game.
I Harvey Ward said: "The imsse were
speedy ami accurate: It seemed Impossi
ble to hrak them up though we did
succeed In thl sometimes. It was un
doubtedly i he puss a that won for them;
they oiitciarKod us there."
Still confident that he has the greatest
soring machine iji the western hlch
srhool. Coach Rthanl.on frols certain
of victory when the Indians meet tho
freshmen next Saturday. He regards the
game of last wek as merely a case of
being off-color, ami not as a morions set
back. N'on of the boys were Injured In
the came. It not being neHflry to uso
a substitute. Training for the est-hench-r
will bcln this afternoon, and the
loya will profit by their lose of Saturday
ami will not again be too sure of vic
tory. It will not be decided until this after
noon whother the. second tenm will play
All Hallows today, as the Saints played
Ogden Saturday nnd may not be rady
for another same so soon. If thoy ar,
Captain Kins of the second squad av
bis men are ready for thctn and from the
recent showings of the youncators the
game should he interesting.
If von don't understand how. ak the
election judges, Thoy will how you.
Vote fur II S .rnrph for congress.
rr.. body's dosjr t Whv not you 7
"BIG Ml" ins
Minnesota and Wisconsin to
Baltic for Championship
of Middle West.
CHICAGO. Nov. ?u Tlie d of oat of Chi
cago by a decisive score by Wisconsin
and the comparatively poor showing by
Minnesota, which got the game from
Illinois by a much smaller score than was
expected, were the features of the "Big
Nino" conference games.
Chicago In expected to improve much
In later games, nnd has an excellent
chance with .Minnesota, according to ex
perts who have followed the Midway
teams games. Although Wisconsin de
feated Stagg's men. 31 to 12. the Chicago
team played a fine individual game.
Team work was what was lacking, and
Wisconsin's line proved to have all the
slone-wall iiualltlea that had been at
tributed to It.
Two points wore in favor of Wisconsin:
low running and hard tackling. The first
will gain ground against miv team. It
usually took three or four Chicago tack
ier to bring down n Wisconsin runner,
while it seldom required more than one
Wlsconslnian to brine- down his opponent.
That the result of the sramcs leaves
the championship between Minnesota and
Wisconsin Is the forecast that has the
greatest currency among conference foot
l.nll men. Though the Minnesotans played
a somewhat disappointing game against
Illinois, the Urbana team slill Is an al
most unknown quantity, and the Mnne
soians figures to be the strongest plav
ing. Outside of the conference, Mh-hfgan
surprised football followers by its close
victory over South Dakota, after depress
ing predictions by Yost that the heavier
team would overwhelm the Ann Arbor
Both Cornell and Pennsylvania, Mlchl
enn's coining opponents, were hadlv de
feated, so prospecls look bright for Mlehl
In Ihe e?st the Harvard -Princeton
game held the attention. Most of the
eastern critics had picked Princeton to
win. hut Harvard's Impervious defense
turned the scale.
Pitching and Batting
Averages for Western
League Made Public
CHICAGO. Nov. S. Pitching and bat
ting records of the Western league were
announced tonight. The highest percent
Pitching K. Thomas (St. Joseph) .780;
Hicks (Omaha). .783: Dessau (Lincoln).
.io0: Hull (Omaha). .7.; Leonard (Den
ver). .710; Slaughter (Sioux Cllv). .700;
Johnson (St. Joseph), .Gfl7; Schrlebcr
(Df-nver) .C'lO; Klnsella (Denver). .CC7
Kills (Wichita). .007: Heche (Wichita).
.Ctl7: Young (Slou.x Citv), .607
Batting Bell (Des Moines). ..".!; Ror
s'ncp,)K, "': UrLarry (Lincoln).
.361; McCormlck (Lincoln). .318; Block
(Denver). .317: Watson (St. Joseph). ::i"
willing (St. Joseph). .::il; Beall (Den
ver) .337: Myers (Slox City). .330; Ken
worthy (Denver). .33.-..
CALLS OFF A BOUT
By International News Service.
NKW YORK. Nov. 3. "Knockout"
Brown, the .New York lightweight, has
ran eel led his bout with Phil Brock in
Cleveland Wednesday night. Brown ar
rived home today from Bridgeport. Con
necticut seriously III with vcllow Jaundice
Brown had not been feeling well ror sonin
time and decided to call off the bout aft
er a talk with his manager. Danny Mor
Jack Brit ton. the Chicago 133 pounder
Is at Bridgeport and may fight, but noth
ing definite has yet been arranged.
Joe Thomas expects a match with Kd
dle MeOoorty In a short time and has
sent out a clef i to all middleweight in
Now York am! Connecticut for bouts to
put lit in In chape.
Monday's Lagoon Entries.
Flow nrt KIt fnrlini. Ssllln:. Tlire-Tvir-oI4
Index. Wt.l Indn. ..
'01 Holt U'r ...livjl IJS7 Sunn V in
U07 Otiro . ... f! 14?9 Durnlt UK
liU ZlnVjnrl 10! HH Auln Girl jn-,
IJI7 Jo Uotr . ..19; i;;i clir W ins
mt ny r.r.n ... teal
Ftoul Hire Futurity cour. Stlllnc Thr-yrtr-oM
IMS S'o Quul-r ...1111 110 Dthlrrfn loc
1CU At.. ?liii).ker lit lilt Klnc ir' ,n,
mi ImbrthJ . ..NXl 1S7 flold Point " mi
?. Hm-nshim 107' lill H,rr,oa II ir I
13 Nr" 507 HU Tern. 5indM jrr
Third neom nJ on-hilf Mrion'o.' K.."
Ins. hrtf-ir-otiJ nd upward.
Sf,v,J m! xw -boun'i i i
IMS Sir nrTjr ....III ISU Amtaio no
! HrV.nlnar . .ill i,3( Autumn Jt0 0
lll hto 8ton ....lilt n situ.n . i
17 a Gren!ftf .llli isj miiy M,,r"
lia Tht Fd ... .UIKUIM nr VfifrVr "' SI
renin Rar-on. mil,. s.ns. Tar,..,,,-
is,': iiutirMna..AW v-':ni !
111? r CU!0,W...
ritth Tti Onf mil nrt twenty ylrdi q.n
Ir.r. Thr'e.y.u-.oldi tod upwrd f "
U7I nt:. Koule ..mi U20 oiitm R ...
U70 K;p MoTlnc 1111 U Arie-m.th "' nl
1J7 Mike Donlln ..111) l:7 n ?.: 'Jl
1IJ1 Moo L.ke .. 101 mi m m ?,".'- "!S1
IIJ Wblddea . ...Mil li;0 VoUtr ji "
U14 On.l.n, . ... jrut iiir jr i:
Sixth nr.-FlT. rorlonti. S-lllnr T...
7r-oId md upird. Thu.
W Dor L,.t ,. oi' IM? "r.r m," lit ' Xi
n't Mtj va . .va :o Ei teCtniW g
Firstbaseman Who Is
Selected for Place on
All-American Ball Club
A FAVORITE winter ociupatlon of
baseball fans Is selecting teams com
posed of the pick of players of the major
leagues A majorl'v of tl.ose picking an
"All-Amet li a" lean, chosn Juke Pauhert
of Brooklyn for the first base position,
his flcldlnc. batting and all-around play
earning the distinction.
ins 10 BIT '
LANDED 1 SAFETY
Missing- Balloonists Alighted
Near' Pskof, a Town South
of St. Petersburg'.
By IiUeniallonal News Service.
KANSAS CITY. Mo.. Nov. 3. "Both
well and free" was the. cheering message
received toduy from tho American aero
nauts, John Watts nnd Arthur T. Hor
bolt, who started In a borrowed balloon
from Stuttgart. Germany, one week ago
todav In the Coupe Internationale dos
Aeiouautics. No news of the two men
having been received for several days
after the start of the rac the Kansas
City Aero club sent a dispatch to Wash
ington asking thai three of the Kuroponn
governments be nuked to ! on the look
out for the men. and took other means
of discovering the whereabouts of the
Their friends feared thov had landed In
the .wilds of Lapland or In the waters
of the Arctic circle. They Were, there
fore, much relieved today when Geoige
M. Myeis. president of the Kansas City
Aero club, received the following cable
gram dated Pskov, Novemher 3: "Both
well nnd free."
Pskov is undoubtedly Pskof. a citv of
30.000. capital of the government of' the
same name In northwestern Uiissla, and
south of St. Petersburg. Todav's mes
sage indicates that tin; Americans have
made a splendid record, going close to
1000 miles from the starting point. Thov
! would have captured third nlac-n in the
I race, the winner of which set a world s
recoid. uere it not for the fact that they
wore, dlsoualilled because part of the -as
was taken .,ftl.r tle ., jm , Pt,j,5e,,
to warm the bag.
Hills Is Second and
Third in Standing of tK5'
Heine Cavanaugh s'renRt''titlufi
on first place in tho M:indlr.j tfJ1
Jit-keys at th L-igoon tradi VBf1'
jclglu wlnirers during the pail hK(ViV
has a comfortable U-arl o-r Ui qSLu
tors, lie suffered a auiptvfcj jjKi
days, howevor. and mny r.r 4t
mounts un',11 3alurilii, nr. I IW rKb
others a i hauce to ovc-w lf)El ll
Hill piloted five ulmurs pi- 'hjMP 1(1
slond and is In second j k afttJP'"
third Forsyth, a newotnf rjBti'
winners during the wreK M gy,
to tlie leaders. Itoern ir.J .V)ci'KLii
Hdden nine and eig't 'itt-i.Kpiif
tu-ely. but have -(.4 'tittjEitUl:
thnn thope ahov i'ict I ; 'I'Blt t
tlielp pr-rcciitRg of nii'- .r riaiBI
ar.-ordlngly hi.-he.r iff r'
I The . oiiiplf-te iiile r-f kri'K
; .ip.-e.x during til fo-.i . ,-'t r,' XI. ...
' goon meeting fo lows MlLMt
Jtx-ke.. im ;ainl(tc
Csivanauch :j ',! gWill'
Pauley J 3 Ki"f
Korsvth '.'.'.'...;.' .' j. t lW
; fll ines " 11 HHj;
I Nieo ' . I i jy tii
J MuVtga ii ", j
Hanover ... 3 I IK
Selden 3 i IM
Slelaff 5 t IiMX
Klsrher 2 J lW 1
. Booney 1 rH Y"
Oargan 1 7 tMlB j
Bol.tnd 1 J XWi
B7:nnson 1 i I )
Pickens 1 1 m
McDowell 1 I
Rndtke 1 i W.
McBrldo 1 1 I I,"
Nelson 1 1 Mi
iulorsoii 1 1
.lohusoii 1 I fv
Murray 1 ' J K
Kelwiy 1 Mt
O'Brien f M
Riddle 11 LK a
Mrfnlyre 1 Wli
M.-Closkev P aKf I
La Bell 0 iw
lines 0 J Im
McGinn 0 ' 1
CATALOGUE PRINTEfflR, CI
Done bv the Ccnlur'
05-57 Postollii-c place. (A'ittn
I 30 Days of High-CiasTRaSfil
M8S0M, OCT. ? TO M1BM, Vf
I Tho very beet horoo, ridden by famous Jockey ovtr
Bocn course, y jUf
:ONCERT8 BY SCHEUTER'8 ORCHESTRA-FIRST RACEATT
All regular train via tho Salt Lako and Ogden RallM til
-Int) top nt track. Special train without top to th. track VM f
rturnlno lmmdlatily aftor la.t raco, Admlwlon, includlno A
. 3BNTLEMEN L23 t-