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10 THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 6, 1912. ' m
I Mutt's Work Was a Trifle Lumpy :: :: :: :: " By "Bud" FujMj
S'' SUITS CNT UYTLG SPOT-7owiP I MM GAOUN6 BOTH J THEN'UPtV J f W
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I PAY STREAK BEJIEi
I BY LMPiillTi
j Egan Crack, Held at l lo 4
in the Betting-, Defeated by
' Speedy Mare.
Hj The Iarct crowd of the meeting othor
than on Saturdays attended the races at
Liqoon yesterday, tho beautiful weather
following u succession of rainy days glv
in; the racegoers an opportunity to sec
Jiomc hish-class racing, ami the public
took advantage of the opportunity. The
track Ih still ducp In mud. but Is rapidly
drying out. Tho KoIns s very diffl
cult, slow time being made, and many of
tlic horses had difficulty In keeping their
feet. Arthur Jlyman Jell dining the run
lilnpr of the 11 flit race, hut neither the
horse nor his rider, Kclsey. wns hurt.
Tlic fen turn of the day wan the de
feat of ray Streak, the Esan crack.
uii:ch had hitherto I) '-"Mi undefeated at the
mcetlu?. Uiidy Fnnehitii took his mcas
urc, Instln? It out well. Pay Streak was
I rid ut 1 to -I in the betting while the
winner puld 10 to 1. Klinctn. Hamilton
whr third. Pay Streak stumbled repeat -llv
in the solus, which accounts for his
Judge Sale was made an odds-on fa
vorlto in tho first race of the day and
won Hko one. He in an exceptionally
c od mud runner and was thoroughly at
j i iuc in the coins, lending all the way to
1 n In racily by two and a 'half leiictli.
I'nrie C'oKhill wn otitfootcd in the early
1 part, but closed at roup; and ilnished .
j ond. Anna Schneider tired after bring
prominent to the .stretch, but saved tdiow
money because .Sancl, which finished
fourth, stumbled repeatedly. Order of
1auce, on which a coup was attempted
j"erai cek.s apo. dwelt at the start
. txl was pulled up.
Klondy was made I ho favorite for, the
second raco. but tlnlehed in the- nick,
pullinc up very In me. Clara "V. went to
the front early and hfld on with rare
sameness tn win by it head fcom Loolc
ot', which was in the worst solng iitoct
The rail. Tllllriphaat held the remainder
Kay Kpati lind Nfy entered In the
third rare at a cllln- price of $200. He
van backed into odds-on favoritism and
won easily, after which he wan boosted
J.'OC over bin entered Bclllnu jnlce by T.
;. .ruuford. trainer of Hells, which fin-
j ihcd second. Ir. ICpan retained the
cood youn?Ktr with tho customary $.i
ad"nnce. Hells sh6wcl early siod, but
liiyd. par Cathav olosod stoutly Into
third place, a lie'.f length in front of
1 B.i5'iful Hettic. which cloned stoutly.
The fourth race witnessed the lefcat
r' Pav Streak nnd the nxt event saw
tie defeat of another favorite. Thi Fad,
dinner of a nice the previous day under
laxi- Nlcol'ij handllnc. op"iifd at fi to I.
In wltli (roth in the raridlo Instead of
''lrrl hi rfceded In the bet tint:, closing
j at ? to 3. Th Kelly horse could not get
tn the front, but clneI stoutly Into !orond
vUc, a. half length behind Tippy, which
f.nihtJ gamely. Oool Tntnt set the
arly pac, but weakened and was a dis
tarn third. Arthur Ilyman fell.
Shooting Spray, the favorlt in the last
race, icfuscd to extend liimsc.lf in the
going and finished a diFmal last. The
dinner turned up in Great Friar, ridden
by no.scn and clawing at 6 to l. Hc led
the entire xvuv and stood a drive grunely
at the end. Ioe made a valiant effort,
h it had to bo content with Fecond place,
lclinn. In the worst going, eould not get
to the l'uiders. but finished third.
f-lx well-balanced m;tn make up th
n il for today, and with the present pr
'ert -weather tho attendance nhould nual
thHt of y5terday. a6 tho meeting has but
a hort ttme more to run..
Tuesday's Piinlico Kesults.
i t-t-TK e :o f. to:.: Ux.uit.
T07 (IHTlt JO lo J. con4: ';orc SJoll. !0I
JBrroM, $ to 1. thtnl. Timt. t:05 ?-?.
F" ttc; mil aod ftjtitr Jrrt. ri"e
rreiUti. j:: OtcTn:rtl. mes. on; Bwn
Tunto. IM (StrJln). JO to 1. fon4; JUmIto
IShst!inrr), S to 1, thlr4. Tla. I:t; "S
,.? .rlc"- ,U tuflont. p-jar-Idastr. W
fJJ4h. I to I. on; Arnbroi. )i (Ainbroi)
to T. ttetrai; Sltra TrlncMi. I to (Flrbrolher)
S t0 j. third. Tim?. 1.J5. I
Fwjrh rrr. tno mllr. lcrp!ecb-(3.orjr
Isn JM fAllcn), lo wni: O'ltwr, U (OIN
""I, 3 tn I, 3ndr nacVtbornii. 1(7 (Do?")
1. Itilrt. Tirst. ZU 7
V rr nillr. pur.f7m Volals. n: CMc-
J 6 t0.'' Iwturn, 11? fTh2nl.
Sj In third Tim. I 10
HAl t il'X'l Ttc.'- aU n'1 '","-Itfnthj. fllins
Jonn KtfJen. IH (Trthmni. S to I, xoa ' Col
Something for Noth-
Estimates, Designs ml
('onstiUfitions given checr
fully on all glass jobs.
Come on, now- let's get ac
qunintcd. I THE CULMER CO.
Glass. Was. 3200
Glazing. 355 S.W.T. I
Ahrna')r. 103 (Kord), 5 to :. rccoart: Ctiftcr '
Krum. JOT (Iljrrni), 6 to 2. third. Time, Z:ff.
Today's Lagoon Entries.
Klrat Rtco I'Iyu furlongs. Selling. Tko-jcji-
Index, Wl.! index. WL
Hi! l'orse H2 lis Ken. Morento 107
JUS Crocu Cloth -.1121 Killun ?3
IS?: Dnbiitante . .1031 131: Itetcnlo . ... 93
JKS Ltttlo nirdtQ JWl
Second Jtacc Ft vf furlongs. Selling. TSree
jrnfolds and upvard.
1JSS Qoni Intent .1051 1537 1". McAUIitcr. 103
1S5? Art. Ilrm.n .JW 13 Ahlhil 103
UiM) Dorian Prince 1M HS5 Binocular . ,.107
(16271 Or-n IIo ...3&51
Third Ilac Futurity coure. Selling. Tour-yar-olcli
(I&25) LtrAr HO! H5" Tom Murphy .112
h$S Tim Judgo ..1121 1E2S Flylns 112
1130 n-n Gtocnlcaf ll:i 1323 Abo SIups:fr .103
1130 B:n Ston ...1121
Fourth lUcoOno mile. ScIIIdk, Thrcc-jcr- 1
olila and upward.
MI33) JudKe Walton 1121 152R Jxliout 101
(15111 i:isln 1031 Susn F lOt
(1IS) Kdna Ktonrl 1031 1520 Florence A. ..101
1520 Fore CTimril ..1031 1130 IWII. Duchtcr 101
Fifth Race 31s furlongs. Soiling. All age.
1&0! Oirp iroj irl Onrlsnd 102
1521 Hilly Mjr ...10;l IMS Corprov . ...101
1(33 Lotla Crffd ..10f 160 O. Cunnlnsh'm tot
1627 Yrllnw Foot .101 1533 Mad llufprtrc 10D
1627 (Inlcnn Cilc ..1021
Sixth Itacc Ftv (urlongj. Selling. Three-yeir-oldM
147S Pcau Mxn lin 163.'. Roscnti ir5
I3S2 Ctiur. Oreon ..1031 IUd.n I0S
133S Kd 0 10S! 1627 Oraltolat . ...101
15.12 Olhjon 10S! 1021 Banthel 103
1112 Temhrook . 10C
Today's latonia, Entries.
First Kcs ElcTcn-slittchlhs ol a mile. Ssllltiz.
Index Wt.I Indcr. Wt.
(!2?o Bftmard 105 6321 Foil 102
632J Ocll 102 6T.1l Hill Whslor ...102
Vorut). 102J M22 Ken. James ...110
6250 Krnwt II 102 KI03 Trovlnce 107
Bunlmrr 102 ij'l Bnnnc 107
2'0 Krlly 102 C251 Aiirun 107
fecond Itaco TJireo-ouiirtor of a mile. Selling.
5377 Old Woman ...1021 (SCO Chilton King ..103
tJOK I.urla 1021 C202 Voilvlllo 112
0175 r.uldi? Ton 30:1 C22 A Btoch 107
C',0 Batoueh WC G212 Alfred V 107
fJIO Toy Iffl CJAt Kllfc Pay 107
6(133 i:il Rrane . . ..503' CS10 Lord JtJriltall .1(77
Third Itnce Three-quarters of ft mils. Turfc.
!233 SoinproliM 1151 0rv52 Juno W 112
324 Stvanriinoa . .152! 6317 Morrlplovn . ..110
533 lr. Oontlcnun .1121 C312 Craclier Box ..107
63 Joo ?teln . ... 112! 623? Sini Queen ....107
Fourth lUee 5111c. Handicap,
S235 Bell IUr.o ....llll C3J2 J. V. Crowley 100
C23I Hawthorne . ..lltl C313 Ojiwia 101
'Meridian . ..1231 0313 'Ella Bryton .107
6231 ?olr Star ,...1031
Fifth lUcc 3tll and one-rlghth. Selling.
C255 Bruno Ttlee 10?l C235 Confole 103
Milton B 111! 053 Carlton Club ..100
6323 Fmtli. Duntcr .111!
PI Mh Rc Mlln and nevfiiry yards. Fellins.
f.2( Dalnserflold . .1021 C177 Tom BlRlie
62"2 BlurVmatr . ..in5lfi7?2 Prln. Thorpe ..10
Fair 2drcncer irni C2J5 IdlcrcliA 103
62'R WUhlnc King -toil 62.". ?aKfr inj
lUrn Dance ...W! iZ4Z CroMor . ,...1M
S173 Sara Barber ...1WI 573C Supple 103
Tuesday's Latonia Results.
Flrot rare, firr n one-half furlnnca. ailllns
KatlnVa, 10! IStedel, 3 to 1. won; Cuttle B.,
105 (Turner), 3 to 1. necotid? Mimesis, 1M Olm
ton), 10 to 1. Ihird. Time.. 1:07.
Socond ree. mllo and ftTentr yardu, nelllnz
Captain Biavo. 103 (Peak), 4 to 1, Ton: Dyna
mlt. 110 (Huiton), f to 1. iccond: Bonanza, 103
(Iof:ti), z to 1. tblrd. Time. t:(t 1-6.
Third raei. tx furlonji. h.mdlcapTloyal Tra,
103 (Buxton). 4 to 1. von: Joo Dlobold. 10e
(Goose), lo 1. apcond; Cnfleld. 102 (Grosa).
C to 1, third. Time, 1:12 3-5.
Foirtli race. tn!l and one-lulf, ptirs nu
do'.fo. 3S (N'athan). S to 1. won: Col. HolloKay.
10? (Goo). 2 to 1. ttcond: Illgh TrtTate, 1:0
(FoalO, 3 10 2. third. Tlrye. 2:32.
Flflh rare. xx furlong, handicap Klebcurn.
105 (Tinner). 2 to 1, ron: Gowi-H, 115 (Loftua).
3 to J. e;-ond: Nnah Cosh, 37 (Stesln), 10 to
1. thlid. Time 1:12 2-5.
Ktith race, mllo ftnd nne-nlxteenth, (tiling
Mrry I-td. Ill (Peak). f to 2. wtm: Wanrtw.
103 (Turner). 6 lo 1, nerond: Vrair. 102 (Bur
ton). 10 to 1. third. Time. i;4S.
Today's Phnlico Entries.
rim r.acc Thrcs-quartrrs of a mils, ruist.
lndx. "Wt- lnd. wt.
iWS Co;s 101 C1M Babbler . 11;
C055 BniseoU 1001 St. Bejel .... It2
M.5 Corn Cracker .lWf Baabll 112
CI27 Pamdurlna . ... 37! 301 Ceremonious . .112
ll Abdon 37. C2I5 The Squire ,...112
17-M Itiquelte . ...113!
PmoihI Itare Mile and one-litenth. Selling.
C273 AiloUnts 10i CUS I.v. Wigging 112
KJOi Key I0 i75 !y fial 1J2
24 Turbine 1I ?2is Franlr Turccll 113
J275 lajcky Ueorce .1031 SI7 FprlDpnao . ,.U2
mj Cloud Chief ..ft51!W2 nilltVen . .....112
va RtlcUer 1051 3I0S Hdea Hall 103
Third Ilace Scven-elghtlji of a mil. Tune.
W7 Ailuln ion J25 Criwveunr . ..103
M4 Uepeiitant . ...10l T3S Ollvr.- Lodge ,.1U
6113 Tale- Carrier .107! CUB fitrenuoua . ..ill
Fourth rtacc Tnro aud one.. half toll's. Steeple
cha. 0 J-ault Iti: F2 Run Cotlon ....III
Ti-Of) Oronoe IOI 4Si; Carlennaii . ...134
G31 I'r. Hampton ,HJ 6M0 T'pk Monhui 152
CJ3S Black Brldg ,1I3
Fifth Race MIH and thrre-ilztecnthi. Hacil
OS2 Imp. Jtrad ?ll C031 Ja-rrboni) io
nS Alrey . ....... 5(1 C3-: Worth 125
SS Xooparell . ...lOSlOU llamlllon . ...10
C3J2 yorVtilr Boy. 101
HUlh Itaec 'Itiree.qiurtrrs of a cille. Pure.
I7 lutr. 57I c;; YorS-ahlm Boy 123
C2 Crortrnor . ... 37! 632i Springboard . .la
015 FathcroU . ,.lt tK3 Double. Fire ..125
fJ3? Illmatlon . ...12i
HIGH SCHOOL TEAMS
.MI three of the Red and. Black elevens
were out last night ami a hrlfik practice
wan held. The aond team Is rounding
out for its gajno with All Hallowa thl
week, and the llrrt squad realize that
only the hardest work will nut thcrn in
J'hapo to redeem tholr Ions at Bolso with
a decisive victory over tho university
freshman nxt Saturday. 'Jliat tho boM
are nUr-ly over tho tdump which proved
?o dlHostroufl on tho northerTi trip vrn.'j
hown by thn Miap and visor dlpplayed
yesterday. Ward l rotttrnlng to his old
form, and KilpA.trick in again catching
forward with the aecunicy he showed in
th" early reason.
Somo of the boys on the. second and
third te-imic combine with several of
the clnjss team Htam have organirel
whai. thoy are pb-ajied to call an Invlnrl
blo eleven. Thev n.re out vlth u. chol
Ienge loifujy of tbo non-oonforenr teamn
In the Flat: and fof-1 confident that thi
can deft moat of the high fchool toamV
ANN.VPOLIS. Xov. fi There Is a feel
ing of opUmlHin at the naval academy
uwr the aho-Alng of the football team
in Its CTme .-isHltiKt Western Iterve last
hridHj xd 5,t ywterdaVs pra- tli o PO
flon. 'mt it in admitted that tii n "
n ust show vaMh Improved form ti b a
w jrthv opponent to t.e nrm- e' en on
November 3d. Th back Jleld ia un.tet-
I TRIBUNE RACING FORM CHART
Compiled by P. Clark. rnbllitud by ifra. F. St. U. SVlnnsr.
n. C. Hopper, Providing Judg. U. Morrlwey, Stattei.
JAOOON. I'uh. Tueaday. November .", 1312. TTceiity-slslh dny. Wcalhcr clear. Track muddy.
J C 3 ,t FIltST KACi: Fulurlty course. Selling. Tbrcc-ycnr-oldt. Net valuo lo winner ' JCOO.
1 JJ I second 335, third J13.
Inder. Horao. Wt. St. K V, Vt Sir. Fin. Jockey. Op. CI.'
3625 Judgo Sale Ill 2 11 1 2',i 1 3 1 Zi Pauley 1-2 2-3
1S20 Mario rochll 10? 1 .... ( lj-j 4 3 3 2 x Fursyth $ 10
1527 Anna Schneider ....104 5 .... !n 2 S'.i 2 li 3 US Onnra . ........ 10 15
1511 ?anel IDS .... :: 2 3 j 13 12 lluiioycr 10 s
1474 Sam Connor Ill 3 .... r. i 5 6 3 4 3 3 Jlnca S 13
1523 Cold Point 10S .... a I (ID 6 Hci.innon 5 7
17( Order of Ilanc; 110 7 .... 7 7 nulled np lloscn z 4
At jot I mlniile. Oft nt 2J5. Time. :2b' 4-C. :33 3-3, I :XS. Sale 1-4 place, out tho.
Cochlll 5-2 place. 4-5 shon. Schneldor 3 iiho Winner Mk. g. by Bamiocl.Uura Augusta Vic
toria. Trained by W. n. Sink. Jr. Standing .'Urt good. Won e-wlly. ferond name, thlro
ttojiplns. High prlcfl. Sale 11-20. Winner cinr.red for 1200. No hid. Ovenrclght. Uanca 2.
Connor S. Schnoldr 1. Judgo Salo a good mudder. Ihoroushly at home In Iho going. Marlii
Coghill outtootfld In tho cirly part, cloted strong. Anna. Selinrtdr tired allfr being pronilDent to
the stretch. Sancl Ktumbled rcpcnlcdty. Order of Hancc dwelt at tho Marl.
j r SECOND RACK Five furlongs. Selling. Thrcc-jcnr-olflt; and upward. Net value to
1JJJ winner 3200, tcror.d fl3, third JI3.
Index. Home. Wt St. K yt, ',1 Sir. Fin. Jockey. Qp. cT
"IS Clara" W.. 4 1C.1 3 777. Tn 1 2',t I h Filch er 3 t,
3523 lookout. C 110 ; .... fi 14 S it 4fi :s lloaci 6 3-2
1511 Tilllnghajt, 103 2 .... 3 4 5 2 3 V, 3 4 Faiilcy 3 7-n
1305 Koienta. 4 103 0 .... 3 ?t 2 2'.t 2 l',i 4 a Pickens i f.
3..2S Burnell, a 103 7 .... S 7 I !. l'A 5 5 Cmth it a
1'DI lllondy. a 110 1 .... 7 h S S 6 !'A Ulddlo , , I ::
J623 J!d (1.. 5 Ill ,t ...i 5 2 C 5 7 2 7 lini-.i S f,
1(02 Itamyy. S 103 I 4 j 4 11 0 Vj S Forsyth 4 fi
At pot."t 3 minute... Off at 3:01. Time :2U, :53. 1:0? 2S. Clam. 2 placo, 1 nho-v. look
out S-S placo. 4-5 Hhow. TUllngluBt 4-5 almw. Winner oh. m. by Sir Heroulea-Orand Iji1t
Tralucd by J. J. Agoa. Scralr.hed. I(5; Clint Turkcr. 103: 1533 Dolnn. 10?. Standing Hta'ri
goo-1. Woo driving, aecond and third ear.lly. High prlo. Lookout S, Blondy 3. Kd 10.' Winner
entewl for 3150. No bid. OverwclghL Blondy 1. Kd 2. Lookout I. Clnra W. hold on with inro
Ramons tho final hundrd ynrds. Iiolcoiit on tho rail In the. worst going, mado a atrong
"(Tort. Tllllnshait held tho remainder anfe. llotcnta showed well for a short distance, then tired
Blondy pulled up quite Ininc.
'1 THIRD MACK Four and .a half furlongn. Selling. Twcjcnr-olds. Net value to nln-
ner J200. second 535. third
Itld"s- . . "ors- Wt."St. U V,- ' Str. l'ln. Jockey. Op. cTT
-U !S5 15 " W 11 ls'4 i'2' raiiley 3-2 3-ln
lol7 BflU . .., 10; 4 .... 1 1 2 4 2 4 2 1 Croth . ... 4 K
a.'iV J;rL CMl1 "0 .... Ml. 5n 5 2 Si, O'Brien . .. 4 i;
1(32 Bashful Bottle. Ill 2 .... fi G 2' 4 Vi 4 2 Imrj . ... 10 "11
"JJM TlWy Wolfarth 101 .3 .... 2 1 3 F-j 3 4 4 4 Tn.c . l" 15
i T.om G- 5 3 1!l V.i 8 5 OS Boten I r.
lidi oIi- lrt7 .. 104 7 .... 71 76 73 76 Forsyth I -
3a I.lttlo Birdie 105 1 .... r. n )i S s w. Cargan Vi 25
At post i minute. Olf at 3:25. Tlnio :25 4-6, :52 3-3. :sbV-. Nifty 1-2 fine- 1-7
ho Belln 5 plae-. 3-3 ohc.r. Cdthay 1 shov. Winner U. g. hy i:dlnborougli-La Sal!na.
Trained by S. Judg'. Scratched. 1522 Debutante. 104: Utile CJara. 33. Standing ilart bud
Won eally. second sr.mr., third drlrln?. High prlcn. C.Uhay 1.1-2. Wolfarth 20. Tom 7 Forty 3
Winner entered for :AP. Eld up to J4o5 by T. B. Munfoid. Roulnod. Overweight. Bottlo 3'
Blidlc 1. Mfty 2. Catlmy 4. Nifty showed a remarkable- Right of speed In this going, coming
from behind In rapid fashion. Bolls nhowed well In tho early running, hut tired finally Tar
Cathay closed toutly. Baibrul Bcttlo was running very strong at tho finish.
t S 7 rSlV.RT1l CE-W' rurlongB. Pure-J. All ago:. Net valuo to winner J223. second 130
Index Uortio. Wt. St. 54 V, j Str. Fin. Jockey. pp. '.
HSn t.ndy Punehlta, S...H4 2" 777. Th Ts 12 u, FUrher i 10
(KS3) Pay Slrcak. 4 114 4 .... 3 4 3 C 2 3 -j iu Paul"
1475 Him. Hamilton. 5.. ..110 1 .... 5 At 4 13 S 1 Blddln ..' S 1'
(14GS) Mo. Canolr.ann, 5...1H a .... 2 "J 3 :! 4 4 40 Slclaff .t in
(1341W. MaMlUtcr. 4....U2 5 .... 44 C 5 C Grand . ""I"; 15
At post i( mlnuto. Of? at .1:60. Tlme-:25. :31 2-5. 1:03 1-5. Fanehltn 6-5 pl'iTe Ti
ahow. Sircak out plnco. out show. Hamilton 3-C how. Winner br. in. liv Ogden-Brnun
Trained by .1 Umenaettor Sinndlng ftait fair. Won driving, seeond easily, third drirlng 0e--wrlght.
McAllUter 2. Idy ranchlta broke fast and obtained a good poMtlon quickly she Mond
oft Tar Stieak at tho Onlah. Pay Stroalf Mumbled about In th going. Pauloy trlol to -Vt
through on tha rail on the far turn and wai abut off. Klmcti Kamlllon outrun earli- closed
strong. " '
4 ? "5 Q FIFTH TtACK Fire furlongx. Selllnc. Thren-ycar-olds and uprnrd. Net value lo wln
UJO ner ;:00. recond J33. third UC. ' '
Indor. Hone. WL SL U H St Fin. Jockey. ' Op. c'l.'
(1524) Tippy. 4 10 6 .77! Tn TJi Tl Hi Onnen . ... : iTi
(1630) Tbo rad. 5 103 1 .... 3 1 2n 3 1AJ 2 2 Groth . ... fi. V
1S03 (lood Intent. 5 103 3 .... 2 VJ 1 2 1 2 3 2U Fisch- , 4
J511 Abihu. 5 103 4 .... 3 2',4 4 4 4 2 4 It " BfsniiBon . '."" S "i"
1515 J. II. Boefl, C 312 5 .... r. 5 5 5 Hanover 3 1
ISP? Art. Hyman. a IK 3 .... 6 2 fell !l!r.ay . ..!"!.! $
At pott H minute. Off at 4 1B5;. Tlni-:25. :52. 1:07. Ttptiyl place.. 1-2 r.how v77
4-5 place. 3-6 Miow. Intent -6 show. Winner b. m. by Blue Lineage. TralnM hr ' I 1'
Jennoctte. Srratche-1. 1E30 SaUajc, 103: 1630 PlcVanlnny. W; 1325 C W. Kennon. 103 ?anHlt.
Hart coofl. Won drlxtng. second nnd third handily High prlri. Fnd U-l 3-" llvinan -Winner
entered for 1130. No bid. Overweight. Hynan 5. Tippy forged her' way "to th. front
on Hie lurn for hom and stood off lh ruth of Tbo Fad at tho end. Th I'ml Im li
cor.lderb1 racing. Good Intent weakened ailer being closo np. Arthur Hymajj atumblod and
fell on th backatrcteh.
I "aO SIXTH RACE Fulurlty court. Selling, rjrce-reir-oldg and upwinl. Nt ralur in
iJJS winner 522.1, second J50. third 125. lo
Index. Horae. Wt. St. U V, Str, rn- 3onV7 0n, fT7
1473 Great Friar, 3 110 3 .... In II 1 Hi 1 li hosen . 7 r
(1525) Free. 3 10S 6 .... 22 !H 33 yij Hanorer '"" i 1
1602 Evelina. 8 105 2 .... 4 4. 8 4 3 2 3 2 Ormei .
14IC Tub- Pole. I 103 4 .... 4 J 4 S 4 it, Pauley "
1525 Charloy Brown, 3. ..110 7 .... 3 2 SS n 32 5 12 Rlddlo
Ii02 Beda. 5 101 i .... 7 4 7 3 7 1 CI W. Gartn" 10 1
1525 Mad. Muijrare. C...102 1 .... fi 4 8 K4 7 H4 Oroth '
fH?:i Shoot Spray. 4 ... 1 S .... fi 6 S j Foryyth' ."' III! 5!
At pot 4 minute Off at 4:4G. Tlm :25 4-.", :f,i 4-6, 1:1S 4-5 Friar 5 nlare 7
how. IVfi 5-2 place. (-S ahow. Cv-llna S-S alio. Winner ch. r. br The FrlarW3Mnl!'
Gambit. TralDf) by W. A. Smith. Scratched, (1J25) Zlnland. 113 155 Co-gro re " 3nt til
rtart gocl. Won drlilng. econd and third umt. High prlco. Friar ?. Brown 3 Bnr'" r vi-i.1
entered for 1300. No bid. Oveywolght. Bron 2. Bed 1. Friar 2. Great m'ar led h V,?m
way. atAndlog a drive at th end. Fre mad a game effort. Krellna on Hie isl whr,l
solos aa bad. Shooting nptay did cot HXo th track, refusing to extend Jilm-Hr
lied as yet. and therft ara at least thre.
placca 011 tho lino that may bo regarded
as undecided. The welcht of the playere,
taken within tho last two or three days,
shown that the teajii is not rjultn as
heavy an thoupht. The averiuro of tho
team as it probably will bo ueloctcd to
oppose tho army is 170 pound!'. Tho line,
ivorages 1S3 pounds and the Imcltrttld
173. There aro two members of the
Kquad weighing over 'J00 pounds.
I They look like
1 1 $23. We only ask
II $1o, and you save "
l $10. The "Tliyul '
fill $2,i.OO "vvorlli fr-ir
EXPECT LARGE CROWD
FOR ANNUAL GAME
B3ltKJ3LEy. Cal. Nov. r,.(H1foriila
neld. it is estimated, will hold Ti ."1)0 n'r
S2nScMSttl,,rdMv n-nioo i. who will
pay $4;..00rt to see the annual rub cam"
between Stanford and the UnlvViiiF,.
California. The demand for ,y Jirt of
admIrfIon ha already fnr ouirun' 'thi
Jiff SZ" "y r
A clean, fruit came In expected frHi
that it is generally roncetled -im- t
Ad Says "Kad No Trouble.-'
I.OH A NO Kf lis, Nov. r, ,t Vnl
at wired Manner .Mrf'arcv ir
Vernon club todnv that ho would
Us Angles Sunday to talk bus cs"
-Mct-arcy will cndoator to innich th
wmnor of the Rivcrs-M,, ,d0 " fil,t on
riiaaWnvius with the champion? for ?
In bis teh-nim today Wofcast said:
tl.cy don t accm to like my ay!c .Joxvn
ranta Cruz, Cal. (Jnrl C. KralZon.
f(em, manager of (ho J. G. Tanner
Drue Store, fuys: Wo bare sold
Foley & Co.'s medicines for (be past
twenty years and have yet to henr our
first complaint of a dissatisfied custo
men. Our experienco shows 113 that
l'ocy & Co.'s aim has always been to '
make health cmn' Htid health main
taining remedies." bphramm-Johnson,
FDGEL THREATENS TO
60 INTOTi COURTS
Will Invoke Sherman Anli
Trust Law lo Retain Mem
bership in League.
XKW YORK, Xov. '). IToraec Fpcl
will" invoke the Sherman anti-trust law
to maintain Ii is executive offico in the
Philadelphia National 'baseball club. His
attitude has thrown a fjreat scaro into
tho promoters of organized basolmll.
A short time ago it was believed that
Fogcl would bo driven out of organ
ized baseball because of the antagonis
tic sentiment which he started by
criticising the result of tho National
league competition. Togol insinuated
that the race had been fixed -for the
Giants to win tho pennant.
Proof of iMigcl 's broach of faith
seemed to be forthcoming when Presi
dent Lynch made his charges against
tbo Quaker city magnate. "When the
first meeting io try Fogd was called
hc gained exemption by saying that he
had not boon notified of tho charges
preferred against him. lie took refuge
behind the league constitution in this
respoct. Xow he chargos persecution
and restraint of trade. It will be in
teresting to know how organized base
ball accepts this argument.
Tom L3'nch, president of tho Nation
ol league, is in Pittsburg securing af
fidavits from newspaper mrn who
heard Fogol descant upon National
league injustice. Lynch is trying to
curb the power of Pogol and Charles
Murphy, who represent sj-ndicato in
terests" in the National league. Lynch
has made this his campaign issue.
It was rumored locally yesterday
that a svndic.atc of Now York capi
talists bad bid $300,000 for the Phila
delphia National franchise. Pogcl is
reported to have scorned this offer and
to have stood fast for "the half million
Hard Practice at Indiana.
BLOOMINGTON, Ind.. Nov. 5. -In or
der to get the Tndlana team In shape for
Towa. Saturday I he Crimson coaches or
dered two practices! yesterday. The ex
tra time was taken on account of a
two days' election vacation at the school.
Whitakcr was switched again to half
back and TIfint run tho team. Captain
FlemmliiK wan taken from fullback and
placed at right nnd. Erha.rt, who Iisk
been 011 the hospital llfit the last week,
rejoined the squad and worked in the
Takes Plunge in Lake.
" liss Hazel Tinas Laugenour, the cirl
swimmer who is visiting Salt Lake Cltv.
had her llrst view of Orat Salt lake
yesterday when she aceonipnnlcd a party
of friends lo Saltnlr. Th Icy wntera of
the lako presented no terrors to tho pirl
who recently swam tho Golden Gate and
who intends to attempt the English chan
nel, nnd in company with two adven
turous spirits she enjoyed a brief swim.
French Bantam Arrives.
NUN YOKK. Nov. Charles r.edous.
cha-mpion bantamweight of Frame and
I'laimaut of the world's title who has
Just arrived in this country, today ex
pressed his willingness to meet any of
the American 1 15-K)undcrs. Tedoux
oame Into prominent- bv his defeat of
"Digger" Stanley in I'm nee several
months ago. He Is credited with fifty
four knockouts in Ills four years in th
Important. Ask the Underwood Tvpo
writer Co.. 1(1 Kxchuuge Place. Phone
lixchango 10S. (Advertisement)
VARSITY ON EDGE
FOR BOULDER GAME
Tlic University of Utah football
team meets the University of Colorado
at Denver next Saturday and the uni
versity freshmen play tho Salt Lake
higli school here. These are tho hard
est games of tho year for both teams
and Coaches Bennion aud Oloson arc
exerting- themselves to the utmost to
prenaro their men .for theso vital games.
Coacfi .Boniiion of tho varsity is get
ting considerable satisfaction from his
efforts as every man on the squad is
working in hotter form than ever be
fore this season and all aro deter
mined to win from Boulder. The coach
has insisted, all week that every man,
who is tho least bit sore bo given a
good ritbdowu cificr tho practice. This
has been of great value aud all the
soreness which resulted i'roui the Mon
tana game has boon rubbed out aud
tho fellows dcclaro thumselvcs to be
in perfect condition.
It is different with tho frcshics. "Bad
weather, election and laziness scorns to
have taken hold of the underclassmen
and they havo shown a woful lack of
interest." so far this weok. However,
each freshman individually says that
lie wil) fight to the last ditch against
the. lied and Black boys, but team work
is needed to win from the excellent
team of Coach "Richardson.
"SAN" SWIMMING TEAM
LOSES TO DESERET
The swimming contest at the Deserct
"gym" last night between teams repre
senting the "S'an" and the Dcscret gym
nasium, resulted as follows:
220 yards Schonck (San), won; Ad
amson fSanl, second. Time. :j:i!S.
20-yard dash Smith (Ocscrot). won:
Shcppard (San), second: Bennion (Des
erct). third. Time. ;tl.
Fancy dives Dodge fSiui), won; Ad
amsun (San) and' Reunion (Deseret;.
tied for second.
40-yard dash Tlcllar (Sun), won;
Shcppard (San), second; Cannon (Dcs
cret). third. Time. lMf. I-.".
lii'lay race Won by Deseret team,
composed of Grosbeck. r.onnlon. Cannon
and Smith: San loam second, composed
of Hollar. Dodgo, Shcppard and Sehenck.
C. N'olch officiated as starter.
MAJORS TO BEGIN
SEASON APRiL 10
NKW YOUK. Nov. 5. Tho major league
baseball season of 1 J1 3 will begin on
A pill 10. HcI'vHion of this date was an
nounced hero today as the result of an
ngreement between President Iynch of
the National league and President John
son of tjio American league, who. under
the national agrcoment, aro authorized to
detcrtnlno the starting point for the
framing of major league .scln-miles.
You w-ouldii't discard your home bp
cause it needed a coat of paint then
bring your old garments to us: we'll
make them liko now. ers Cleaning it
Dyeing Co.. Ill 10 Iv Broadwav. .'
Two Papers Give
leans Boy the DeeMg
Over Ad WofyjE
XKW OlfLEAXS, Sov jfe
on the .WolgastO.Ianilot 'VHP
night were decided byopitfotSLr
by the sporting editors of jE.
newspapers in favor of-t
Tho fight, according U ijffi fc'
was without a referee's dcV'77
tho wager, nniaing into utS!'
sand dollars, wore based oaBW
nuncr decisions. Tiro pap?riBF
IighL to Mandot and oneB.I
Should the fourth rarSntK
uolgast, the thrco opintnaL'
made public, counting tt iV1
half vote as is tho costoaB"
bout to the local hov. B1,t
Ed AV, Sniith of Thica flLJ
ced (lie fight, said that Mt&jC"
"narrow escape" in tbe IHlg
that hc weathered theii'rtjK'
to the sixth; that his cleaj iKf
that to the middle of uVHb!i
ovened the light and "tblbStni
od K- hud n clean shade duriiKp
two rounds and a half,' ujfBj'
considered a it rone contcnk'lB1
Goorgotovai Loia ELvK
WASIIINOTON. Nov. '.-"JiEjS
arty, cuptaln of lli. GforctloiiR
slty football team. It tvai iBLti
day. Is suffering from Injuria jKEl
Ui.it he never will play the nHf
In the FlruKgln Siilunlay iiUjKj
verslty of Nor til Carolina, IbMHff.
laincd a lmkon ankle Is twHL
torn ligament In Ills U;. fmin
Is on tho verge of a ritrvoui
AVKST I'OJNT. Nov. i-K
tarv drills off for the stis-w. wd
tni v football team lias taken tiMp
Us work of dual prvparetkn fR
hou's climax. This wcik'i itiBlij
be aimed particularly at itiiyi
dnfense. The Inillana play kiJjl
I O nesses tbatftpLWH
Coupon m Umint
1 hefore been -Hh h
paid In plain packaee o$l?'KL,
above coupon br 0. Wfc.'m!,
Uood's Sflraapnrills. LonmAJJ"
I 30 Days of High-Class Racilfe
MOKDAY, OCT, 7 W, ll
The very beat horaea, rlddon by famous Jockey ovr tin jBj
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j letumlnn immcdlntely after last rao. Admltlan, indtnilnfl "J-K
220 Down Wain '' ' : " 9$
There is one nian who J
doesn't know the cold, X
gray dawn of the morn
ing afterhe's the man j E
who won a new hat on J NJ
election. If you're a winner, inss
that your hat come from Crabbe'sm&