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m s THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 5, 1912. -E
I WOLGAST GETS DRAW IN
BOUT WITH JOE MAN DOT
Challenger, Nearly Out in Second Round, Rallies
and Almost Earns Decision, Two
: i Writers Favoring Him.
MM jBW ORLEANS, Nov. 1. In what
thBI' wns ono ljost ton' roim
jura bouts ever witnessed liorc before
19 1 the largest orowd in twenty
jflffi year, Lifflitwcisht Champion A1 Wol-
kBk &fi and his New Orleans challenger.
EHg .loo Maiuloi, fought loni?ht to vrhat the
concensus of opiilion is probably a
QH draw. Two local sportiiifr writers in-
11 vorcri Mundot, another called it a draw
jjHrf and a fourth did not aniioiiucc his dc-
BBH Tfefnrco Ed Smith did not commit
njKjf IiiniM'lf in the mailer of choosing a
Hn winner. It is hclioved lie considers
Kf n draw the best vordicl.
HJfi Mandot i-li owed ability to come bacl;
HN that astounded cvon the most partisan
HHjl of New Orleans fans. Although noiirlv
HM out in the second round, ho fought, bacl;
Hj to even footing witli the champion in
OR tho next seven rounds and the last thrcu
Ug rounds wero distinctly his. Ho out-
MR boxed Wolgast easily in t ho last two
HK) rounds and cvon in the rouphiiiK work,
Mil which is considered AVoIgnst's spec-
BHJ ; ialty. he held tho champion even.
DEI Tho fight was strenuously contested
M from the biart. and a more perfect lv
IHg handled ono was never seen here. Al-
H2 tlionsili Mandot supporters held out to
IBm the last for a local man to referee, to a
H man thev tonight praise Smith.
HKj The first round, though enrrying plen-
H lv of action, gave little advantage to
H cither. The second and third were Wol-
IKi gat.t '., tho fourth about 'even. Mandot
made his first good showing in the
HB fifth, f'roin the. seventh on ho put np
HJ a repiarhable fight, jabbing and cxccll-
IflJ ing at lon' range. Though always dam-
H aged in tho infighting, he was never
B in real danger after the second round.
After fighting well in the fifth, seventh
Dj and eighth, Mandot undoubtedly out -
Jj cl.'issed the champion in the Inst two.
J The gate receipts exceeded 20.000.
B First Round.
H '.Mundot la ruled IIrIh loft and then rlglic
JH lu jnw. polnp to a clinch. Wolpriist. tore1
H in with three wicked lefts to .stomach.
JJ Mandot held on and they went to a
IBJJ clinch. Mnndoi ducked a vicious left to
MB ' "ic Jaw. They were oven on InfiBlulnjr. '
H There wns a lone rally, with honors
M, about oven, which ended with Mandot
HH! Bolnc into n clinch. Round oven. I
Kj Second Hound.
JBJ UoIku.si landed left to stomnch. Man-
HK1 dot hot rlsht to Jaw. WolKiist was cau-
Rfll tloncd for elbowing. Mnndot slipped and
HI I Wolsnst liindcd left to stomach. Mandot
JJj I swunsr throe lefts to facn and right up-
BjD porcut to chin. WoIsmsL luul tho hotter
HI of a alnu'slng session. Wolpast's round.
HI Third Hound.
HI Wol jean t landed two lefts to the body
HI and Mnndot put left and right upper-,
Jit t ut to the Jaw. Wolgast had the bel-
H( trr of the Infighting; hut received a
Bp! Mliglil cut on the nose. Wolgnsl stag-
K ; gored Mandot with a vicious left to the
A .jaw and followed him around the ring.
1 Mr ' Mandot was weak, hut lighting tics-
i ra PUPS ARE "
H Eleven Will Face Boulder Sat-
URlay in Condition for
HI Best Efforts.
The Utah foothall men went onto the
Hn front lawn last night and had one of the
HH longest and ' smippl&st practices of tho
HH HiHon. Thoy were out until dark, and
BH u:Iiig that 'time not a niun asked to
HH c to the gym. hut all were eager to
HHj tav out as long as possible In older to
HHJ pi-1 feet the team work before the game
HH the Unlvcrllv of Colorado In
Hjt Itiilder next Saturday.
Hi! Some f tho men were a little stlfT from
HH 1 "' effects of the Saturday same, btf
HK : Ue tlicy wore thoroughly warmed up
BHJ j the stiffness left thorn and all exhibited
MM a ;.-reat amount of williugnc&3 to get
MB di'un to work.
Bflffl Vontorday all the engineers decided to
Htt ut their school work today on account.
HHi of the election, but the mcmucrs of tho
HH foothall team, who would othcnvlsc Ix
HH)' airoctl bv this action, will co to school
HJi' aur altoad all their clusecs and turn out
HHJ ii fnr pnu-tlre In the afternoon.
HHj ! Indlcn lions now do. in to a victory next
HH Saturday for the Salt Lake high school
Hfg i "'or the unlversltv frcslwnnn. As Tar as
HHj hr individual ability of the two teams
HJB ls copcrned. it Is orobnhlc that more
HH; ; nrst-cln!a men could he fouua on tho
HJH i froMmicn lnm lmt on thr hlgli MChool
BjajC ! trm. but thorn 1b less Incentive for tlin
IB to uork and thev do not train faithfully
HtU ?t ' tnt wor,t pldei-s. The had weather
HHj of ih oa"t few ilays has taken the pen-
BB nor out of tho froshics and tho turnout
w for ractlcc Is getting smaller every
H8 Lat night thor was h;iiI a full team
ni out, and -wltji a few oxoeptlous the man
HjBJ showed little einger. Bill Yrnts. former
SHI ' tackl "lid captain of t tic high sehool. Is
BuS ' now out in a suit and hit nppoatancc on
BfljH 1 tho field affuided aomo Fltmuliis, but It
BB9 wop flpftitic. and the follows showed a
BBS stronger dosiro to stnnd and talk anout
M1 tin- Montana toatu than to work.
DMU I Hub school, on the other hand, after
HUH l"luc In Boise, will do alt in lliclr power
HjMBt 0 redoom themsolve. and from now un-
BBHf t'l PaluHiiy will prepare for a victor'
DHnl over tho froshinen
IVou wouldn't discard your home be--auc
it needed a coat of jiaint then
bring your old garments to us; we'll
make them like new, Myers Cleaning &.
Hveing Co.. Ill It! V, Uroadwny. ,".
j'hene d ert isouient )
poratcly. Wolcast beat him in a clinch.
AVolgast landed n light loft to the face
and a stiff loft to the body. N olgast.
Kinggorcd Mandot with a loft to the) Jaw.
Mandot put his loft to tlio face and fol
lowed with a rlcht to the Jaw. They
.su-untr with both hand lu an even ex
change. Wolgnst's round.
fn a clinch Mnndot had slightly the
better of the milling. Mandot lauded
two rlghls to the stomach anil then a
right to tho jaw. Ho put his left to the
nose and right to tin- Jnw. Mandot land
ed two lefts and a right to the Jaw. Wol
gnst was bleeding- from a scratch on the
nose. Mandot's round.
Wolgast sent a llsht right to I ho jaw.
but Mandot countered heavily. Wolgast
rushed Mandot to tho ropes without
landing. Mandot's lips bled. Mandot put
:i left lo tho oye and Wolrrast landed
hard lofts lo the stomach In a clinch
nnd a hard left to tho mouth. Hound
Wolgast lnndod his usual left to the
plomnoh. Mandot put Wolgast to ono
know with n right to tho Jaw, but Ad was
up Instantly lighting hard. Mandot
placed two rights to head. Wolgast wns
caution! for holding. Mandot landed
right npporcut and followed it with loft
to" stomach. Mnndot boat Wolcast In a
cllnoh which ' followed. Wolgast was
blooding from the nose at Iho end of the
round, "which was In Mnndol's favor.
Wolgast hi tided rights and lofts In a
clinch. .Mandot put a right to the body
and blocked throe loft swlims by Wol
gast, who came back with a hard left to
tho jaw. Mandot landed a bard right
to tho body. Thoy traded rights and
Mnndot landed four lofts and rights to
the head. .Mandot's round.
Wolsasl started with a rush, but Man
dot slipped and put a right to tho eve.
Mandot's nose bled. Mandot floored Ad
with a left to the Jaw. Ho was up al
once flghtlnc: like a wild cat. Mandot
traded punches and boat the champion.
The crowd yelled joyously. "WolgasCs
loft eye was almost closed. Mandot
smashed Wolgnst nt will. Both were
tired at the bell. Mnndofs round.
Mundot sent stiff right to the jaw and
landed left and right uppercuts. Wolgast
fought desperately. Tho referee walked
between them and Mandot stepped in
with a rfclit to the Jnw. Thoy traded
swings. Mandot started Wolgast twice
with rights, and landed two more rights
on the Jaw. Wolgast was holding when
the boll tapped. Mandot's round.
and Aggressive Work
Earns Draw Decision
By Associated Press.
PEMCAN ARENA, NEW ORLEANS.
Nov. 1. Lightweight Champion Ad Wol
gast and Joo Mandot of New Orleans
divided honors in a ten-round, no-declslon
bout here tonight. Both took a lot of
punishment, but at the end neither had
the advantage, according to a decision of
Although Mandot was accredit oil with
having the better of four of tho ten
rounds, Wolgast with one. while the
others wore even, the champion's In
fighting and early aggressiveness won
for him the unofficial draw decision
Wolgast lost no time early In the fight
feeling out ills new opponent, but wont at
him, hammer and tongs.. He seemed to
try for a knockout In the first round.
Mandot stopped tho rushes and soon be
gan fighting the champion In his own
Wolgast clearly had the advantage in
the infighting, Mandot at times appear
ing absolutely unable to fathom tho
chnmplon'H machine-like jabs when at
Mandot played for the face and had
Wolgast's pose bleeding early in the
fight. Wolgast resorted principally to
body blows. The altenduiu'c was about
7500 and the receipts 5'JiJ.OOO.
CHICAGO ELEVEN IS
PREPARING FOR GAME
CHICAGO. Nov. 4. Coach Stagg and
tile rnivorslty of Clileago football play
ers tovcrsed the usual procedure of de
feated teams today at Marshall field bv
burying the defeat of last week and
staging a snappy and speed practice drill
to prove themselves in lively form. The
Wisconsin rout was forgotton in prep
arations for next Saturday'!! battle with
All but two of tho Chicago players were
on hand for tho drill. Vruwlnk. who suf
fered a eiaek In tho Jaw. and Paine, who
wrenched his knoo. being tlic onlv
patients on tho hospital list.
Throe days of hard work for the North
western university sijuad Is Coach Hnm
mot's programme In preparation for tin,
game with Chicago. Tho line will re
ceive his special nttontion.
.Shcparil. who played left, guard last
vc.ar made his first appearance on tho
fluid thl season this afternoon, nnd th
roach will make every effort to get in
shape by Saturday.
Today tho second backficld, consist
ing of Warren. Warwick. Cunningham
and Benton, was given a sharp practice
In defense against tho fast freshman
olovon. The regular hackfluld was given
twenty minute' signal practice.
AMERICA IS THIRD
IN BALLOON RACE
KANSAS CITY. Nov. 1. Amort oh won
third nhico In tbc international balloon
raoo for tho Bennett trophy, which
Marled from Stuttgart. Germany. Orto
bor 27. according to a cablegram re
eelvrd today by George M. Meyors. pres
ident of til" Kansas Aoro club, from Cap
tain H. B. IJoncvwoll in Stuttgart. Cap
lain llnneyv.i'P pilot oil tho balloon fnole
Sam 'Die radiogram t Imply said. "Won
i Mid prize."
H 30 Days of High-Class Racing
fl MONDAY, OCT. I T8 SATURDAY, iV. 9
iwUllt Th VCry bCtt horc' rtdden by fmout Jockeyi over the boutlfu
CONCERTS BY SCHEUTER'3 ORCHESTRA FIRST RACE AT 2:30 P. M.
fltayiu All regular trains via the Salt Lake and 0Sden Railway (Damberoer
fWpj -'no) atop at track. Special train without atopi ts tho track at 1U10 p. m.
0 burning Immadlaicly aftar Utt race. AdmUilon, Including return trip:
3ENTLGMEN 51.25 LADIES C!.00
GIRL SWIMMER 10
Breasted Golden Gale Tide
and Will Attempt the
Tlazol Bes Laugonour, the UO-ycur-old
girl who uohlcvod fame it fow weeks ago
by ijwliiuniiig- ncrortB San l'rauclsco buy.
In In Sail UiUc en route, oast, wlwro
she 'goes to fill vnudevlllo engagements.
She has appeared on the .stage on tho
Pacific coast and on her way to the cast
stopped over for a fow days In this city.
"This Is my first visit lo Hall Lake
City since I89L'." said tho fnlr swimmer,
"and tben I was just ! months old j
My father wns in the real estate busl-1
ncss hero In 1S02, and although Imrc Just ,
a short time. I still think of Salt Luke
as home." Miss Laugoiiour naively added
tho Information that she learned to walk
right here in Zion. I
"Thoy call mo the 'Golden Gaic Girl,' ' ,
said Miss Laugonour ycslcrduy. "on ac-
count of my swim across tho bay. Lint j
I am going to make thorn change thai
title. I have tho ambition to be called
the 'English Clinnnel Girl.' and as soon
as complete my theatrical engagement.-.
I am going lo Kngland and swim across
"Vuu may notice thai I say 1 am go
ln to swim Itnot try to." she added.
"And don't vou know, 1 am confident of
making the journey. I know ll is a dif
ficult foal, but 1 am perfectly at homo
lu the water and have never been fully
extended to complete any swim f have
Miss Uiugonour began swimming at the
age of " years when Ihrontoned with an
attack of spinal meningitis. Physlrlans
ordered exerclso and particularly swim
ming exorcise and tho child spent much
of her lime in llic water. Today hor
measurements compare favorably with
those fixed by experts as those of the.
"perfect woman." The comparative table
is as follows:
Slio Is. She Should 13c.
10 in Shoulders '.IS in.
-K In llicops ....103 In.
10 In Forearm 0 in.
fi In VVilst G in.
1-.M in Nock 121 in,
Mi In Chest (normal) .10 In.
:C In, Chest (expanded) 2 In.
30 In Chest (cnplraclcd) 2fl in.
?,V, in Bust In.
ir.t in Ninth Rib 20 in.
'33 in Waist 22A in.
,!i5 In Hips "!) in.
;; In Thigh 22 in.
II In Calf 122 in.
SI in Ankle Si In.
I'.M lbs Weight 12G lbs.
r ft. 21 In Heights
"Swimming: did it." says Miss Laugc
nour. "1 have no better advice for the
girl who wants to be a beauty than to
swim nnd then swim some more. It
brings health, good looks, vigor and men
tal ability." And Miss I.augenour seems
to have plenty of all these attributes.
SWIMMING MATCH TO
BE HELD TONIGHT
The first of a scries of swimming
matches between the "San" swimming'
team and the Deserel gym team will
be pulled off at the Dcscrct gym at-8
o'clock this evening.
Some of the best swimmers in the inlcr
mountalu west will compote and it is
expected that several records will be
Among those competing will be as fol
lows: R. Schcnch, F. She.ppa.rd, .1. Hel
ler, sprint swimmers: G. Adnmson, long
distance, and R. Dodge, fancy diving.
All who arc Interested in water sports
should make ll a point to attend, as j
there Is every reason to believe Hint tho I
match will be Interesting. As soon as
practicable a water polo team will be or- !
ganlxcd and then a. series of match
games will also be pulled off. The next
swimming contest will be at the Sani
tarium, announcement of which will be
APPEALS MUST BE
MADE IN THIRTY DAYS
CINCINNATI. Nov. The National
Baseball commission today issued a no
tice regarding appeals from the decisions
of the national board of minor league
clubs. It follows:
"An appeal from a finding of tho na
tional board will not be considered by
tho commission unless notice thereof Is
solved within thirty days nftcr t tic pro
mulgation of the decision to which the
"When a rullnp of the national hoard
directs a club or a player to do or omit
lo dn a particular act within a prescribed
time, tho right of appeal lo the commis
sion will not ho recognized until eveiy
requirement has been compiled with. If
the decision complained of ho reversed
bv the commission on appeal, the rights
and interests of nil parties affected wn
he fullv protected."
ST. LOUIS POLICE
BAR BOXING BOUT
IJy International News Service.
ST. I.OUIS. Nov. . According to rec
ords producl at tho last moment. Tuft.
Roosevelt. Wilson and Dobs arc member
of the r.usiuoss Men's Athletic club,
which was to have staged a light tonight
between Johnny Kllhauc and Olllc Kirk.
With their "ovldonre." th police would
not permit the bout, which was to be
open to club members only. Dotcctlvos
bought IJekcts under tho names of the
presidential candidates and declared thai
Iho fact l hat they were ablo to do so
showed that tbo club was evading Un
law. A crowd of thousands nearly
started a riot wbon the police acted.
Dillon Knocks Out Jack Plynn.
WABASH. Ind., Nov. 1. .lack Dillon
of Indinnapolls knocked oul Jack Fiyiui
or Strcator, III., in the fourth or a sched
uled ton-round bout tonight. Klvun was
floored twice In the final round.
LONDON. Nov. 4. A ten-round bout
between "Dixie Kid," tho American eo.
orod welterweight, and Jack Mcoklns ai
I&ittersca tonight ended In n draw.
"The Perfect Woman"
Who Will Try To Swim
The English Channel
MISS HAZEL BESS LAUGENOUR.
Thirteen learns Start
In Six-Day Race Over
Boston Bicycle Track
UOSTON. Nov. I. Professional bicycle
riders from several foreign countries and
various parts of' the United States tonight
completed tbo first ten-hour day of a six
day bicycle raco at the Roslon arena, the
leaders passing 2:iU miles, a new mark
for the time.
All but one or the thirteen teams made
2.'lfi miles and 8 laps of the course, the
WaUhour-Colllns team being two laps
behind. The twelve other teams com
peting are Clarke-Hill. Dlcfenbuohcr
Carnion. Pve-Porchlcol. Moran-l'ogler,
Bedcll-Lledo!!. Cnmoron-Magln, Root-Ho-blr,
Gurdelllni-Loftus, Krebs-Jokus and
TIGERS ARE RESTING
AT ATLANTIC CITY
By International News Service.
PR1NCISTON: N. J., Nov. I. Tho re
turn of the Princeton varsity sqund to
morrow morning with Kconc FltzpalTick.
the coacli, is impatiently awaited by the
undergraduates who arc anxious lo see
the preparation for the final clash witli
Yale take a more definite form. After
two davs of solid comfort at the Hotel
Chelsea In Atlantic City it is hoped that
the men will come back ready to begin
their steaming up lu dead earnest.
The loss of Dunlap Is the source of
much mourning here, for he was prob
ably the best man on the srjuad for hls
position and tho flanks will be consid
erably weakened by his absence. I It
has not returned to Princeton yet, but
has been nursing his Injured shoulder
in Boston. Not oven the Atlnntlc City
trip was deemed advisable for him.
Earl Walter, who whb compelled to re
turn a day In advance of his teammates
on account of his studies, reported that
all the players were In good condition,
barring a few minor bruises and a little
Applications for tickets for the Yale
game closed this evening after a period
of the greatest demand In years. The
stands have been enlarged this year to
a seating capacity of :i0.000.
HIGH SCHOOL TEAM
READY FOR FRESH I ES
The entire football squad of the high
school was out yesterday for practice.
Tile hoys who mudo the Boise trip car
ried no" apparent effect of the defeat and
aside from tho general gloom pervading
the atmosphere the boys seemed in good
shape. They worked hard, determined to
win from the "11" freshlcs when' they
I Manager Mcf'urdy said that t lie pros
pects for a posl-soason game with the
Boise eleven wore not very good, hut that
a game for next season was assured.
He expressed belief that the local boys
would boat the northerners next lllnc
they meet. The game betwen th sec
ond team and All Hallows college was
postponed from today because of tho poor
field, but will be played on tho first fair
All tho Interest now centers in tho
game witli the freshlcH 01; Saturday and
the high school fans aro anxious for (ho
team to win thin contest with the easl
benchers. Probab'y no game of the year
has caused more diM'iisioii than this
and the Red and Ttlaok supporters arc
certain of victory for their team.
GLOOM PREVAILS ON
Bv International News iSorvlco.
"l'HILADKLPIIIA. Pa.. Nov. I. Gloom
was wrltlon in largo letters at Fritnkllu
field this afternoon whet) the Red and
Blue foothall team reported for tho regu
lar practice. The dufoat at State's huudt,
has dlHlioartoncd tho team, but tho
coaches xoon had tho 111011 hard at work
In scrimmage. Roy Mercer was in uni
form this afternoon, but ho did not take
any chnnees In tho scrlumiago. lie Is
suffering fiom a vry bad ankle and It
makes him out uT tbo Michigan game.
Bloom, the big lacklo of last year's
Scrub, who has been suffering from blood
I polHonln g. leportod for work and took
part in tbo signal drill, although not al
tlowl to got into Iho scrimmage.
! World-Wide Boxing Commission
j Is Now In Process of Formation
! EY ED OURLEY.
INt BW YORK, Nov. 1. A hoxinc
coniniifciou that will he world
wide in its rulings ia in the pro
I cost of formation. Charles J.
Hanev, secretary of tho Now York
.tate athletic comniisMon. has forward
ed letlors to every reliable club in this
couutry, asking for their support, and an
!"Oou at enough favorahlo responsea are
received, tho orsnnizatton will lie
Tho idoa i lo conduct the boxing
name on the line under which the na
tional baseball commission j:ovoni
l.'t-oball. meeting i.s ;0 lp liohl at
-o"ie .oniral punt an) a coniniiion
if hn vr urn rncri vrh ho appo'iitV
1 'o niipf 1 I ln idle hc .in in
j liotioii-1 th.it lint iri c. In this ik.ui
nor tho sport would be placed on a
higher standing than it now enjoys and
atTairh carried 011 in a manner that
would permit no objections.
At the present lime the btato nt.li
let it- commission has a mutual agree
ment with tho controlling spirits of
boxing in France and Australia, bv
which all rulings and '.-pensions of
one bodv arc ropoet?d by the other or
ganizations. It i expected that Wng
land will join the international body,
which will mttan the combination of
throe lend inn powers of boxing.
In a letter which will roach the of
ficials of all boxing clubs in the
I'uitml States this week the scorotnry
of 'he New York coiiimifsion sav:
i '7t hn Vou so" observation that the
I rcc of the vort boxing is due
I o or- MiisMtim and ontrol. It has
1 ot-urqil to me that now is the proper
FOR GREAT PLAYING
Head Coach Houghton Gives
the Sensational Kicker
Credit for Victory.
15y International News Service.
"AM BR I DC PI, Mass.. Nov. -I. Harvard
has reached tho stage in Us football
development where a grral responsibility
rests on coaches and trainers if the sea
son Is to be successful. Tbo contest wMth
Princeton on Faturday took a r;l.dc,ri,
out of the players and they will hao to
bo handled with a great deal of urn ii
tbov are to be In the best or shape for
the Valo game, the real objective of tna
season. ... ,
It Is the Dartmouth game that now
looms up as one of the most dirnciui
propositions of the whole season. un
derbill will present stiff opposition next
Saturday, but it will be a game In which
tho conches will depend largely upon tlic
subs to win. , ,.
Since Coach MoGugln took ft.n,,lP
In hand some years ag.". she has lost nni
,...f..i 1.. uniitiiiM-n tonm and nas
never met defeat at the hands of an east
erner. The eleven will average about
I7.S pounds, having a fairly heavy line
and a light, but spoedy bnokriejd.
There wits no work today for nn01
the varsity squad and thore will oe ut
ile hard work all this week, narviiul
prottv well advanced In several respects
and a week of almost complete rest
socm to bo desirable for the first sulns
111 1 load' Coacli Houghton today added his
praises to Hi" laudations already re
ceived by Charley Brlckloy the Haiyard
halfback. Ho said: 'It Is dlfflcu t o
give duo credit 10 each and eoi man.
but to Charlie Rrlckley belongs i o lion s
share. 'With the exception of I lione
performance against Harvard last- yea .1.
I have nover scon a more successful pci
former than was Brlckloy. -Ha P aco
kick from the forty-sevcn-yard lino pine
.tically won the game, for It SV'?.J! W
vard tho lead ami seemed to take me
heart out of the Princeton players.
remcmhor only two performances
that can be compared with hla-nunio"
goal from placement in the Han.irt -Pennsylvania
game In 1989 from the
forlv-two-ynrd line, nnd Dcwltt s kick
nglnst Valo from the fifty-yard line 1 n
1H02. which won the game for Princeton.
YALE RESUMES ITS
By International News Service.
NKW 1 1 AVION, Conn.. Nov. 4. Yale's
football players displayed light Ine tim
In their resumption of scrimmaging 10
lav after a layoff since last Wednosclay
because of the death of Guard 01k.
Varsity ami freshmnn elevens hauled
and the freshman team held the resni.ira
to two scores In a thirty-minute session.
The varsllv showed well in foiwarrt
pass play, heaving four, but the fresh
men grabbed three of thorn and Captain
Guernsey of the freshman team booted
he ball' back, compelling the varsity to
lose Half the lenpth of tho field in each
CaKvery regular was on hand. JJhlltoln
and Galiauer were In tho signal drill, but
quit before scrimmaging because, of reci
tations. The coaches decided to tr
Tackle PumpcHin. who weighs 1H0 pounds,
at righl guard u.
Tho new coaches were Henry Hobbs
of Amherst. Camp. , the football-ru e
framcr. and Tom Shovlln. who drilled t he
loam In his latest Ideas of wing alilfts
He believes this play Is the only attack
that can gain consistently under present
REMAIN IN THE CITY
Shaw, the big man who played such a
good game at fullback for Montana after
Smcnd was knocked out, and at guard
before, was so pleased with Salt i.aKfc
that when his teammates eft for Mis
soula Saturday nlghl ho told them tha
he was tired of school and football and
that he was going to stay here
He was a visitor at the university yos
terday to watch the practice. As yet be
docs not know what ho will do, hut ex
pects to make this his home.
Shaw came originally from Syracuse
unlvcrsilv. where he played two years of
football, the first year being on the fresh
AL TAYLOR ENTERS
CHICAGO Nov. I. Al Taylor of Mil
waukee will make the eighth player, it
was announced here tonight. In the
world's 1S.2 billiard 'tournament at New
York beginning November ll. The other
entrants aro Willie Hoppo and George
Slosson of Now York. Ora Mornlngstai
of Pittsburg, Harry CHnc of Philadelphia.
George Sutton and Calvin Demurest of
Chicago and KcdJI Yamnda or Japan.
Exports who have witnessed tbo pla.
of Yamada have high praise for his
game nnd accord him a place in the first
rank of bllllardists.
MUGGINS TO LEAD
ST. LOUIS CARDINALS
ST. l,OriS. Nov. I. MHIor ,1. Hog
gins will manage the St. Louis National
league baseball oluW next season, suc
ceeding Rogers Rrosnahan. dismissed, a',
cording to an announcement of one of
the directors of the club today.
Australians Invade Nevada.
BRRKKI.KY. Cal.. Nov. The Aus
tralian (WaratHhl Rugby players, who
for a fortnight have been guests of the
T'nlvorslty of California, loft today for
Rono, N-.. whole tomorrow Ihey will
play the rnivorslty or Nevada. On form
tho Australians should win. They have
twice defeated California, which in turn
Wilson Goes Home to Vote.
II. I. Wilson. ioe president ami gen.
oral manager of tho Lagoon Racine af.
relation. I"ft yesterday for his homo In
Butte lo cast his ballot at today's election
He will leave tonight for Salt Lake and
will he at tho irack in time to witnc
lime to Mig2ct the formation of a tia
tional governing bodv on boxing, ami
with that end in view I ani writing to
request your co-operation.
"In forming u national boxin.' asso
nation it would be well t0 in:ik7' the
same an organization of owners of
thoroughly representative clubs of the
"Thurc .seems no good reason why
boxing could not be conducted along
the ; sanje lines as bacba and con
trolled by a body similar to the. na '
tional baseball commission In doing
thip boxing would be placed upon a
thoroughly businoRelike basis and ele 1
vnted to a high plane. .
' The .New York commission already
ha- the assurance of 1-rnnee and Ain
I Uaha that thev arc ron.l ut stan.l b
j ali 1 ision and penalties rendered b
' this irnuirsMoti."
HORSES FALL AT FINlsM
. AT LAGOON RACE TrA
Slippery Going Causes Spills, but Riders S "
Mounts Escape Injury Rosen Ricles Twl'
Winners and One Second.
A sensational spill Mn the fifth vnco at
Lagoon yesterday gave the "lf K0,crB
thrill two horses falling right nl the
finish and In front of the grandstand.
Volndav, .Jr., ridden by Ralph Pauley,
wan closing strong in third place when
lie slipped in tho troachot'oua going and
fell, throwing hl ihlor. Whldden. with
. Murray In the saddle, could not check
bin Btrlde and fell over Vollnday. Jr.
Both horses and their riders slid fully
twenty feet in the. mud and across the
finish line, scianibllng UP unhurt.
Tho Hack was doop In mud and the
going Hlippery and uncertain. Dorothy
Ledgctt. a starter In the lam race, fell
at the far Hun with 'k' C'"'VA'lr!n'1
both horse and r dor escaped I n In rt
Rokoii was the riding mr.cc
first nnd ono necond In foui ; moui is.
Despite, the handicap of bad go ng, t ho
rvn lii -nnil iorm and while most
of the public choices wore dof. a ed t ho
winners wore nil well ly- 1 MLT
was given a. "scorching on The '' !,
the third raco and Dorian Prince in l he
last, nnd the book: tult losers on tho
laTho good performance of Zinkand on
hie recent outs wefo overlooked by tho
plavors nnd the Nell horse went to the
po.sl In tho first raco at 3 to 1. He was
outrun in tho early part, hut closed
strong and lasted it out well. Bnrnell.
Khut off on the far turn, dosed gamely
Into nocoiuI place, with Auto Girl hang
ing on well for hIiow money Unra. V..
the favorite, was bumped into at the
eighth polo and knocked out of con
tention. , , , ,
King Loor proved the bcl of the Hold
of eight that wont to Iho barrier in tlio
Hoenhd race, lie canto along when Leo
HarrlHOii and Abe Slupskoy had raced
ouch other into suhuiiHslon ami won very
easllv at the end. Abe Slupskoy tired
badlv in the going, but lasted It out for
second place. No Quarter came from
many lengths back to third position.
. The Fad again had tho benefit of Dave
Nicol's piloingc and ran much bettor for
the veteran pilot than he did for Grand
on his last appearance. He was thor- I
oughly at home In the going and led .-ill
the way, Nlcol preventing him from run
ning out as he Imx done, on previous .oc
casions. Flo permitted Tho Fad to Im
pede Ben Green'car In the stretch and
Riddle. 011 the latter, made 11 claim of
foul, but after consideration Iho judges
lot the result stand. Ben Greonlcaf wis
a fast-coming second and Bon Stone
third. The Fad was played from 6 lo I
down to ." to 1 at post lime.
Tho fourth race produced an exciting
finish .lack O'Lantern ran surprising
ly well In the going and lasted It out to
beat Mycenae a short nose. The latter
was six lengths In front of the others,
with Mnndadoi'o. Discontent, Miami and
Zoroaster finishing in the order named,
heads nnd necks apart. The winner was
quoted nt 10 to 1. Mandadero and Miami
closing equal favorites at 11 to 15.
Rosoti brought home his second win
ner of the dny in tho next ovent, when
lie piloted Keep Moving, an 8 to I chanco.
first past the wire. The Yankee ma t o
forced the issue and proved the ganiest
at tho end. Mike Donlin. at 110 to 1. was
the closest up at tho finish, with Oswald
B-, the favorite, tiring badly in the last
100 yards, but finishing third. His hack
ers would noL have hnd even this satis
faction had it not been for the accident
to Voladay Jr and Whldden.
Rosen had ths mount on Dorian Prince
and tills one was heavily played, closing
at 7 to 2 after a high offering of to 1.
He took the lead on the stretch turn and
won easily by three lengths from Pretty
Soon, with Calla. which was awav poor
ly, In third place.
Flr.'.t rcr. rive anil onc-lialt iii-Iours Term
niiico. 110 ILnfBtiifi). J9.;o, J3.G0 ami J2.S0. won;
A.ik Ma, 110 (GiohsI. pl.ico $1.10. liow J3.30.
eeonil: Katiln. JW (Turner), Blum- it. 70. tlilrrl.
Time, 1 :073J . Frnnrl Guinea. Mario C. Imperial
PrlnccM. Gardenia. Jeau Grey, Neville. Idle Tale
Norcori and ICIvn n?o ran.
Second race, six (urlonm PiUiun. 103 (Tut
ner), JIO.r.0. J3.:'0 mid J3.70. won: To, mi
(Buxlon). place $13.70, show $6.10, sreond: Sinn.li.
105 (Grosx). show $3 SO, third. Time. 1:H
Rlla Gntne, Alfred V.. Chilton Klajt. Mazurka!
Bavel I.iitz. Old Woman, l'lkes Teak onjl Senator
Jinie also ran
Third race, alx furlong? Sir Alrrscot. 112 (I-of-tus).
$".10. J3.60 nnd U'.M). won; Kthclda, loir
(Steele), plarfl $7 0. nhow second: Cliaiml
tepc, II? (Ilenryi. show $3.30. third. Time
1:13 2-3. Lelalolu. Silr.Ma. Martre. Chartler!
i.'ommoner's Touch, Hex. Sally Preston and Im
prudent nlfo rnn.
Fourth raee, on ami one-lxteenih mllen
UMiia. i0! (Turner). :n.60. $.7o aI,d $E1.C0 won'
Hell Horse, 1)3 (Ooo:io). place $(.30. show J3.1t
second: White Wool. 101 (Buxton), show Jl.co'
thlrd. Time. 1:15 2-S. Any I'oit and KUa Di-v-son
Hflh race, six (tirlonaR Meiriek. 113 (Turner),
Jl 10. $3 and J2.t0. won; Melvor. 105 t AndrrH&l
place i' SO show J 70, jeeoiid. Iidr I-iKhtnllu;.
10 (Henry). how 10. third. Time. 113 13
MoCKinorU. sUo. Hen Trior York Ud Mns-
I'", m (Growi. 'Vji firtOB'
Index. ,r. 1 , , S
lull Panel . .... nj V Ax 25rn!ll
Second Itrne-KlVe (,lto.tl
jear-oldii ami upatd ",0"l- i,n
1162 Ilamy . ... jf.f ....
IIP! lilondy . . ,S, ll; R-.rti:i
Third Haco-t-our .1 o ' B
inc. Two-jear-oldf.. nt k tcWBl,
IS17 Tom G. . . iiM n"'
(1I?M Far cj.l!r ,,e. ?j 1 " Til
i5i7 iieiiR ia; ;irtj . Jm.
1X22 Delmtanlr. . . 0 ll SMrvi
ro-irlh nnee-rivs (ll -
(11651 M rmionmnn. 11 3,11 r 0&Mr
I'lftli Ilare-KlTr fiirUR. aK1;'
ytar-oliH and upward J-klf
1M3 .1 11. Reel ...u:f Wl Wto
151S An. Ilyman . JW S'BErf
1330 SjlvaKc .. jo-. t UK"
1.'2 Tippy Ul1 C5M IJtJ
Sixth iWe-I'uinrUy conn Kill
-en. -old, and upwatd "' Wtftt
(Nl Shoot. Spray .),
(t" Tree g r r'l JBJJi
1S25 Chaa. Prom, .m "ij rvV'W
Today 's Latonlalatifa W
(jnnt rfi.-.-BIevciwiiiert, ,;h'5
... wfin,) Af3t
M F.tta Key ... ,K !BJtU
t7I3 ))arh. Worth .!l04 r!,4 IJ1
5M0 MaUnnl . .. wi r, 1 W.W1 V
02(3 lMrlt ,, Hit rVl'JBfc1
1-orl -Nine .10; tin n,.... "IBj.I f
S21 Geo. Oxnard . """W W
Third It.i. r-Tliree-qu.ifie . 0! . . M$
cap. ''M 1;
ii2?n sir niaije ... or c;m j. Hjjm'i l
Knilcid iMl! rwJflcS
C312 Koyal Tea ..... ,e:,,Bk!
Fourth Race Mile and oat-lutf
6321 Itclenc . .. . Mi :i Col yulM lit
8021 Hudollo iff 'L?mf.1,
2M Cr. d'.Menihe. jjl TPVUll I1
Fifth Race Throe-imrtcrj 0! t rPlsHI '
3332 Lew 1 1, 100) i71 r,, TButl
kII0 nonernll . . ..WVM teiiaM-i
Mfll XaU Cah ... 07l 6151 KlrtWjK
SKth Race Mile and one mti& (jjHjJ":
C3ti Pliant 1021 n:; nnytRm
R79H Simple' 10VU Wbi,frJK?!i
6325 Wander IMU'i: ilmr Ul9
C20I Copperiown . 105 U:il nidouj -ta,
5232 Sir CIcKCi .. .I03 n Eni t-iWfar
Today's Pimllco Enlrta. 'jMrii
Fliat Race Kleven-htcathi el 1 liP
Index V ' Inla
33S3 Utile Illicit lo:U'j; Ruu-tV'
- Voice IP1' Oli Itarti!, ."? !
Old Glbinltar. Ui' 13 Ccid! r jBHJC
20 Sand IIor . . 37 ttli atlj ;V'titr3
C02D .Sinker 107 QI3 sAm.. -T.
Ctii LaRgiilt. 1071 IVA Wlllli "
6313 niR Dipper . 101 C2il Goc4 fjjTM .
Wither Dell ...t7l iStb
Seeoiid Race Mile and cUitj It-it Nfc Jir
53is FrotjlcKs izit): AiiiA imjy-
i'.277 Dr. Dncnnor . lljl Jill Biu htV c
6300 Mlralon 1031
Third Race Thteo-quitteti cf t iHttt
MJS' Sweet Times . 31' Ml Slla rtiiB'
i',207 Mohawk Boy . S3 :T6S Ynf . AM
60SS Amhrone Sit 1231 Cllirt , 3M'
5333 RltiRlIni; . . . . fif Gil Join TiSK
nally Got ... 103 6351 MKttftc .F
6301 Jim Caflrer .1131 41!5 Vn. CMW
Fourth Race Slceplrchix T ac JjB( U
Tiu coi. Kno ... . lMlst;; BiiBj?;
4SI3 O'near 1!U) MjUU WW".
213S Collsnr Ul-Zi Til tli(c
Roltuf !Hoiy Tl tnMB,i
C330 Gun Cotton ... 117 515 Dill P,
Fifth Race Mile Turse JB
.;020 Jlif" Majesty 10'-' t,lLX,tRW
B238 Flylnc Fairy 10J Mil p'Ht
S331 Star Gflxe HJl 5M1 L0cifa..1
fi023 Ten Tnlntx . ..Illl JK1.
Sixth Rncc-Mllc and thrt -i!tlKi.U. .WfflU
$27.-. stairs a;!f3 S,le!:M
C17I Ilcnotle . .. 31 ftij Crttlf ,
C319 H. Htttchlneon 971 i"? .tfK,
5777 Areonl Jfr C31 TrU.bt WJ,
C302 Manneh . . .10)1 SS AW"1
530: lloy ( jO-1 cbtie
Monday's Pimllco Reolttj
Flrt race. H furloap. ,,tlll:'"l"Bt!!
(Teahann). oven, ttoii; Vfllfl : 2"f
well), u to 2. kreou; JUdwi, U Bt&
to 1. thltd Tine, 1 '3 2 S. .Jn p
Second race, five fotloaf. t-Ef
(Contliiuod 011 ollowinjjflyl,
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