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s THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 7, 1912. -g.
Jeff Certainly Has a Mean Disposition :: :: :: :: " By et'Bud"Fm
; I hb ) f itoow sw H ( own YUBH'we ( ttcj WT,
III GUJH STATE
I California Women Defeat the
I Amendment Authorizing;
SAN FRANCISCO. Nov. 6. Incomplete
J rtturns Indicate that the race track
i amendment providing for race track bet
1 ting- under the pari inutuel and auction
I pool system, has been beaten by an over
whelming majority. The largest vote
RgalnBt the measure was recorded In
Alamrda nnd Lob Angelas countlcn, where
racing vm conducted before adverse leg
islation caused track ownera to close their
gates. Practically every point hoard from
In the state have voted nsatnst tho measure-
The overwhelming defeat of the meas
ure Is directly due to the activity of the
women voters of the state. They made
the amendment n target for combined
i attack. Women in all parts of California
" took the stump In opposition to It, and
the state was flooded with literature.
From present Indications the vote against
the amendment will be approximately two
Ii EXHAUSTS SUPPLY OF
I TICKETS TO GAMES
NEW HAVEN. Conn.. Nov fi. Appli
cations for tickets for the Vale-Harvard
find tho Vale-Princeton game closed this
afternoon, and tho Yale football manage
ment admits they were unable to fill dc
ti.ands in cither case. They have allowed
tho alumni nnd undergraduates three
I pasteboards for the Yale-Princeton match
but only one for the Yale-Harvard game
I here the Inst that will bo played Inside
the old wooden standi,.
Yale lwis taken 12,000 tickets for tho
Yale-Prlnreton game and about 15,000
for the Ynlc-Hnrvard contest. The seals
hold about 3-J.000 spectators.
For the first time since the Yale sqund
stopped training but week. It today
struck ltn gait, scoring three touchdowns
suralnet the scrubs In 30 minutes.
Flynn. Gallaucr and Pendleton rested,
but all tho other regulars were In line.
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j T, Goodwin, Manager.
1 1 REASON FQII IT
When Salt Lake City Citizens
Show a Way.
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reader of this who suflors the tortures
o' an aching back, tho annoyance of
urinary disorders, tho pains and dangers
of kidney ills will fail to heed the
words of a neighbor -who has found re-
Hj lief. Head what a Salt Lake City citi-
H! rcn says:
M: H. Sturliabn, Salt Lake City, Utah,
II "For several years T had severe
xidney complaint. My back bothered
H mo and was Inmo and sore. This trou
H hk often laid mo up and kept mc from
H ' nork. 1 used different remedies but
nothing soonied to do mc any good until
H I used Doan's Kidney Pills. This rcra-
. edy gave rac relief and consequently I
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For sain at Sthramra-Johnson 's Brug
Store, Salt Lake City, Utah, and by all
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for the United States.
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LAGOOhS RAGES H
ON II iliM TRACK
Winners Lead Fields lo the
Wire by Wide Margins
in All Events.
Rainy weather which has played havoc
with the receipt.? of the Lagoon incln
association this fall again kept down the
ii ttendnnce yesterday to the regulars, but
those who attended witnessed Interesting
sport. The track was etlll heavy from
the recent rains and fast time was im
possible. In only one race wan thorc a
close finish, tho winners of the other
events havlnjr a bl inarpin at tho end.
Itetentc was made a mild favorite for
the first nice and rewarded the talent
by wlnnlnp easily by four lengths. KorKe
was second, barely lasting It out to beat
Grpon Cloth, which was away poorly and
closed stoutly Dcbutanto showed speed
but stopped badly.
After several disappointments, uoou
Intent won a purse for his owner ana u
number of wapers for the favorite-players.
There was no early spend In the
race to carry him alonp tho flr.t part,
and the Chilton gelding led all tho way.
to win easily by three lengths. Arthur
Hyman showed that his spill of several
days ago had not hurt him by maicmg up
ground Into a fast-comlnjr second. Faith
MeAlllstcr tired from chasing the winner
but lasted It out for the Hmall end of
Abe Slupskey showed a game perform
once In the third race, which ho won at
odds of 8 to 1. defeating a good field.. Ho
broko In front and set the pace to the
head of the stretch when Tim Judge
came with a rattle and took the lead. At
the paddock gate, Slupskcy appeared
beaten but came ngaln with unexpected
cournge and won by a length. Fieri Stone
wore down Tim Judge in the run home,
tho latter faltering badly In the last
eighth. Ben Grcenleaf failed to run to
expectations, his hard race In the mud a
few days ago having apparently dulled
The running of the fourth race wit
nessed tho defeat of an odds-on favorite.
Florence A., backed to the exclusion of
everything In the race, was beaten in a
cloMe finish by Judge Whlton. Tho fa
vorite took the lead on the back st retell
but Judge Walton headed her a. the half
mile post. She regained tho advantage
In a few strides and tho two raced as
a team until within 100 yards of the fin
ish when Walton forged to the front and
outgamcd the mare. The Bailiff's Daugh
ter came from fnr back to finish third,
Frank Doss won a race but lost a horse
In the fifth rnce of the day. ITe had
Oxer entorcd and the old campaigner ap
peared to outclass IiIh field. He wa3 made
a 3 to 5 chance and won as he pleased.
W. S. Heath, the Bcdwcll trainer, bid the
winner up $200 over his entered price of
$."00, at which figure he became his prop
erty. Doss and Heath have repeatedly
bid up each other's entries and the end
of the "war" Is not yet In sight.
Willy Mycr closed stoutly In the last
nuarter to finish second and Ormonde
Cunningham was good ortough to beat
the others for show money.
RoBcnta had merely to gallop to win tho
last race of the day by four lengths. Hold
at 6 to 5 in the betting, she Justified tho
short price by the case with which 8h
won. Beau Man, played from S to 1 to
t to 1, was an easy second, and Orsltolat
staggered In third.
Lady Panchlta nnd Tern's Trick meet
today In tho feature race of the card and
other good ones arc entered on the day's
Today's Lagoon Entries.
FJrt nce Five furious. Selllne. Three-
ytir-olfh and upward.
Index. WL' Index. wt.
IMS ny Esan IK: Mono I.le ...10:
1611 DorUn Tflncu 1121 Baden 59
12 Ab? SltipuWer U0I IMS Orlril? Dear J9
1613 I ItirrlKin M.llOj 15K KInc Karl .... 35
1K JUrle CoeIiIU .10 ISM An. Schneider 1IW
1M3 VlvUn Vn ..10U
Second lUee-'FlYe furlonm. SUlnic. Tio-y?r-oMs.
(1512) Auto Iluc .. .llll (1K) Nlflr AM
(151T) Siem 10SI (IS::) Prettr Dalo ..57
1BII Sfrnor 1071 H40 Fore , 3$
Third Rc Futurity course. Solllnr. Thrte-?er-oldt
mi Leiear li: (1S34) Judc SaJ ...,1V5
(1U1) Tlppr 09' 1S Reporter 10.1
1844 Oxor IOsi 1PM Orlmar Ud ...101
(ISM) ThUtlt nlle ..167 1541 Oarland 102
1US Tube Itoje ...107' 13H Acolln 10;
1M3 Fre- tofi 1M9 filmlt 101
Fourth naee-FIre and one-half furloniti. Han
dicap. All it.
(IS1M Tern'a TrlfV .117! 16J7 Elm. Hamilton lft
(1SJ7) !dr TanclilU UOl 1S1J Dr. DouchertT 104
1M7 M. Canomann 103!
rifth Race One mile and twenty yardi. "Ml
l. Tbree-year-olda and upward.
4: Klilnr 1131 IMS 0nat'4 . ...i
1541 Fore Guard ..lU! 1MB nursrll . ita
1K5 Flor. Krlpp .ml lr7 Dla. Duckle' . ir
IUZ Whldden . . . JOS'
3Ulh nee Kuturitr coune. Slltnr. Three-yrar-olda
1S(5 Oniltolat . ...J(v 1U3 Helen N lot
If:1 Mln,trel ' O. Cunnlnjh'm'l04
1K4 ThU consor ..1091 i7 Oalene Gal lot
;? vU V w 15:3 Tem" Standard IW
1M4 Aelloir Foot . lol
iJP'r' ,T."l' .1d 0B hI' furloacAneon.
109 (Loftual. U0 and W.40. woa: Senator
110 (CalUlun). JI.CO and . ond:
iE ,',t!,ia, lrd. Tim.. 1:C 1-5.
ntll Wfcalejr. Barac. Kelly. Danbrry. Brneit
H.. Prorlnr,. Clt and Ver.na alio ran.
Seesnd net. air farlosca-YorVvllle. 11; (I.of
luaj. 10. M 40 ar.d ii.M. on: Tor, ioj (Bus-
rrylor). JJ.M. third. Time. I.K At
Btoth. GnU- Potu Alfwd V.. Old Woman SUV
Day, Ijjrd Jtarahall. Ella Gran and Batoueh
Thirl rate. .U furlongi- Mofrlton. no Tar
nert. J12., t(.M and liW. nea: trlah G.
IIcbm. 113 (Pe.V). 111.10 and ,78. eoa5
Jo Stetn. us (McCabe). m.79. IhUi. Time.
1:1. Jose W., Sun Queen. Swtnainoa ad
SerapeoUa ao ran.
Fourth rae. one mil Solar Star U (Tur-
?.'-r,,.,l;.Mi ial oat' woa7 Ella Bryion.
107 (Calliha.D. JilO and oL ircond- J V
1"X'' 10 f;'a(5u,n'. third.' TJnjf.'
.JW TA:t: m" ni furtens-jniton n . l
(Callahan' 111 40. J4.M and oul. tan Feather
Pure- im iVanduien. j; ; 4-t out nd
C"coI l") C7rote oa' tuir T cne I "T "
Dn;-e Rl'e tiro 'in ' '
Stx'h 1 an m.Ie and ttvea'y ra di-Ia
M & V P nZLLER WHN VOlV KNOW ME SETTf? '
f 5 rc JK THe poor gink in the J7F?ese sore enough an orsmp vws
GEHTLCMCH B SEATED SUIT DOWEJD PitiV TWO 5U5PEHDET? PPiSSlrtO OVtD? SQUEEDOH- RLL
BOHes-IS,?fVolsN CRN BU77NS S7 ftND ROLLED THr3 FOLKS CMC OUT AND
YOU TEL L ME DE PiFFERHNCE frr THE POOTLI6HTS- ME SflfD, TURNED THEIR BEE2ERS Stf Y-
BETWTEN D OFFICtF)L SCO&ER "MftDfiME FOfcfcTCASTO WILL WAFPD. THE flVlflTOR LOOKED
AT DE BFtLLGRMC 2?E HOY BE BuHEfOUD. SHE POWN ftT THE lMMEri5E &ATMEr?fff
PLflyCRS ON Off TEAMS? WILL THEN GO INTO f TRANCE AND WftVFD To THEM. SUDDENLY
JNTE-RLOCfJTOe?-CAN ITET-i fiNDAN&W? QUESTIONS HE ft LETTER DOWN
YOU THC DIFFERENCE- BETWEEN" WHO WILL RSkf THe FIRST?' TO THeN. THEY OPBNEX) IT IN
THE OrFiCflL. SCORER AT WlLLj CRdE ft BOOS IN THE TOWN HflLL AND ITSflfD,
THE BALL OflNIC HMD THE THE GhLLEKV. ' I WANT TO ,F 16 & DID TiEEDLE WORkf
PLflYETRS ON THE TEF(). NO FQNE WOMflN CRLLEX? WHflT WOULD RLF QNSO?
&ONE&, WHAT IS THE DIFFERErtCE- RNOTHER RH olD hen WOULD
ONES-WHY DE OFFlCmL THflfT BE FOUL LHGUROE?"
SCORER RUNS PESCORESflND NEVER MND rt.L WRLK OUT
DE PL R YEPSS CORES DB TZUflS QlJICk WfT60N QUIETLY- DONT THM BIFCFiUSE
. THE NBEDL.E Youtze n cop you cN shove
JOHN! FEED 1HE KITTY he ju&t wg6cd HIS ear me AROUND
TWELVE O'CLOCK AND IhALtTvTho )INT 01N' FRESH QUV 1 1 ARE YOU (WHO ARC) J 'M THE
TALUS WELL GO THERE?)fHEREt ,M Am'T YUH?1WRE SJ gr1 7,HP.J E
welri. 10? (McCabol. IS 20, 31.40 and 13.40. won;
Crofiovcr. 109 (CilUhan), 14.70 and 14. vocond;
Tom DlBbc, lf (Nntliau), 17.10. third. Time.
1:47 4-6. TrlnccsA Tliorpo, Dlacl; Mttlo. Supplo.
Fair Messenger. Sager, D.ilugerflcld. Darn Danco
ami Sam Barber nlso ran.
Today's Latonia Entries.
Firat Race Mile and seventy yardi. Selling.
Index. Wt.l Indcr. TTt.
6240 nth. Sampjon 102 iZSl Clubs 107
6543 Floral Day . . .1021 53S1 I.cllolia 107
Pntrluche . ...1101 C0-5 Master Jim ....107
HZ Love Day UOl 6119 Dorblo 107
6113 Mark A. Mayer UOl 6152 Lasal . 107
625 Henrietta W. ..10(t62l0 Cynoauro 107
Second Tlncc Tlirec-quirlera of a mile. Puree.
6031 Katrine 102! 39 Mlmesln . .....107
621 Gardenia 102! fJ45 Anna need ....107
6175 Aak Ma 10216143 Semprlto 115
623 Kallnka 107! 6322 Cream 115
617 Guide Pot ...I07'C222 Cerpathla lis
617S Beulali S 1071 6173 Bavol Luts 115
Third Race Mile. Purer.
:?t noeUrUh I02j S0SI Karl of Savoy.. 103
6346 Sam Hlrrch ...I02l 6280 noyal Ambor ..105
6310 Kleuslii 107163(6 Jlosturtlum . .111
3I0 Madelle 1021 S322 Pcrlcln 105
6123 Tho Orador 1031 6346 Horron 105
Fourth nace Three-quarters of a mile. Handi
cap. 6330 Merrick 1011 6147 Jim Baey 10J
6312 Kootenay 10 I 6347 Preaumptlon . .103
M0 Gay nird 1071 54(3 f?.iush Hill ....117
6203 Coy Ud .... 107' 62S3 Volthorpe ...115
Fifth Race Three-quarters of a. mile. Selling.
(311 laland Quoon .. 051 6S2S Compton . ....106
612 Ilono of Jeddah. !5 62-52 Jack Denman ..103
62J2 Swarfs Hill ... 0515554 Orbed l.iA 105
5012 Calethumplan .10214877 Detcondant . ..107
6254 Geo. Oxnard ...102659 Dunt 107
616? Fcllcllos 101 6111 Incision . ... .107
Slsth Race Mlln and one-ilxteenlh. Sclllnc
6314 John Loula 11:1 6373 Wander 105
6M2 Rlackmalc . ...IOOjfi.123 G. Marchmont 105
5551 Howdy Howdy 105 C323 I'eath. Duster .115
C150 Coppcrtown . .1051 6013 Duncrasgan . .110
C325 Font 105' 6177 Ty ray 107
632S Dutch Rock ...1051 6325 Husky Lad 107
Wednesday's Pimlico Results.
Flrjit race, als furlonRf. purse Banlitl. 112.
won: Cogi, 100. second; Pamderlno. 97. Ihlpj.
Prlcei and Jockey not received.
Second race, mile and ono-slxtcenth. jslllnc
Lawlon tVluglns. 112 (Small). 2 to 1. won;
Turblno, 105 (Martin). to 1, second: Franw
Ptirrell. 112 (Doyi,). 10 lo 1. third. Time. 1:45.
Third race, seven furlooRs. pure Talecarrler.
107 (Clements). 10 to 1. won: Strenuous 111
(Kerrlck). even second: Ollter Lodge. Ill (Mar
tin), 2 to 1. third. Time. 1:27 2-5.
Fourth rare, twn and noe-lulf ini!
chase Jesuit. 144 (Charllandl. 3 to 1. won: Gun
Cotton. 151 (Allen). 2 to 1. trcotid. Black Bridge,
149 (Kerrlck). 3 to 1. third. Time. 4:05 2-5.
Fifth race, mllo and three.liteenthT hsndleap
Yorkshire noy. 100 (Sklnrenl. 6 to 1, won, Alrey.
?5 (Martin), 3 to 1. second: Jaw6one. 100 (Hop
kins), S to 1, third. Tlrao. 2:01 4-S.
Sixth race, six furlonRs. purse Iarr. J7 (Mar
tin), 5 to 2. won. Sprlnnbonrd. 123 (Davles).
2 to 1. second; Grosvcnor, 97 (McCahey). C to
2. third. Time. 1:14.
Today's Pimlico Entries.
First Race Three-quarter of mile. Sclllne
Indot. Wt. Index. wt I
I Dipper 106' 5129 Mlleaxe 11
6J SylveatrU llll 6S33 Dan de N'oylos.116
5C53 Yellow Hyes .. llll 6117 Roue -Qncn IK
6276 Isadora 111! 6317 Hoffman 1:0
6317 Habel 113(6317 Ben Loyal m
615 Chemulpo . ...1161
Second nace Three-quarters of a mile. runt.
Monmouth . . . $7! 6S25 Tarti .... 107
till Abdon 971 6325 Buskin . . 'io7
6110 Virile 110! 632 Flyloc Fairy .!l07
6010 Hob Nob l0!4( Phy. Antoinette 107
Third Race Sve n-eUhtha of a rnlln. Handicap
15 Superstition . .1041 6160 Republican . 101
610 Star Jasmine . Il SJIS Cliff BU lOi
tUi Fly. Yankee ..10210276 Lochfel . . . "no
6327 Aeton 1001 r7T Dr. Duencer ...110
04 Sprlnicboard . . 'A' 8315 Lahore . us
6274 Ffbaao 10SI 30 Guy Fisher ... 1JJ
Fourth Race Two and one-quartr mliei
liO DlMenter . .. .1271 sM Bello ... lis
S7 Top RUht 141! (IK The Prophet ' III
6310 Oun Cotton till 63M Y'nsr. Morpheis 147
SISO Gallln 1151 5576 Jmertnce . . 110
Fifth Rac Seven-elshtha of a mtle Stlllnr
MJ7 Mary Ann K 100! 8274 Continental . iot
ul1 l;ft SUr Actr ...101
Otl Brynary 1' 3M First Tromp . mt
1S Cordle F. ... lot!
Sixth Race Mil and one eUhlb. Handteap.
63 Manasteh ! IH2 F. Mulholland .110
60 Taboo JJt 6120 Jatqurllna . .118
542 Annie JUller . J! J57 C r. GraJnctr III
Ota Oikhunt . ...101I61U Chester Krura 'ill
117 Wolferlon . . lit. ilJO BI Oro !uj
Lipton Offers Cup.
WINNIPEG. Nov. 6. Sir Thomas Lin
tort 1ms proniHl a flvs tliousand dollar
silver challenp; nip to tho "Wlnnlpesr
Howlnc duh, to bo rowed for by crews
from the United States and Canada.
$22,non vrorth of modern maohtnerv
that will clean anvthinp. ,T pbones.
M ere ( lantne & Dteinc To , 111 16 E
TRIBUNE RACING FORM CHART
Compiled by P. a ark. Published by Mrs. F. 8t. D. SUtnnsr.
E. C, Hoppor, Prejldlnc Judge. H. Morrlisoy, Starloi.
LAGOON. Utah, Wednesday, N'ovorabcr 6, 1012. Twenty-sevonth day. Weath. rainy. Track muddy.
ZAr FIRST RACE Flvo furlongs. Senilis. Two-year-olds. Net value to winner 1200. scu
IJtU ond 133. third 113.
Index. Horse. WL St. U i Str- Fin. Jockey. Op. CI.
15" Fore",'6 5 22,4 1 " 14 3 5-2
J4P5 Green Cloth 112 7 .... 5 1 5 tj 4 6 .15 PaiiW 1 1
un l-.ur Uon 103 fi 3h 4 1 5 6 M Rosen " J
1468 Kallua 33 I .... 7 ; h 6 10 6 "0 Ponvth r e
Little Blrdlo 103 C V" r, ivt V 10 7 - 'n""" ,1
Force cT XL?1"?1?- r. 00 "L21?3- TI-"- 1-3. 1:95 1-5. Rclontc 1 place. 1-2 phow.
by G nie-fl 4,nnH2n,Rh,U 10.11' J--10 Hh?r- W,nner ,"' f- by 0,11 of "'nch-Balrane. Trained
iLH.' , - Ti ? - '15 l!art B0(", Wnn "r- econrl drlvlnc. third easily. Hldi price. Debti-
J'Dr , n'" look the load nterln5 the stretch, won easily at tho end. I'orKo just
tototti? I,,ttCtf- Grcc" c,l" brokc u" a 101
JAIL'0!!: "nS 13"l'th?rd l.!.0Ulnfr- Thr"--Ve""0' value
index. Horse. wt. St. U V4 x; str. ,
ml A 4 T,n,enl' 5 305 1 ' 15 I Z'.i 1 3 raulv C-5 i
IS? FrtM&.ai:::;: ; v: ? . iv ,i
ffl SSXn Princ;;"r::i!o I : i i l l ?- -ILgV::::::::
I ... l K i'h "j j
E ImmV T C. V "eA"1 1- Good Intent went to tbn front qulcklv. opcnlne in In r
t0 tntlSm 8'm- rour-year-olds nnd upward. Net vu.uc to
!nd"-- - USTIg.-- Wt. St! K H V. Str. Fin. Jockey. 0n. ci
iun nb ,lurt,kor- ''J0? 1 1 2W 1 3 2 H Ho... r. 5
1530 Ben Stone, a IIS n .. : m 3 !U 3 n - i
Tim JudKc. 4 11: 5 5n 2 2t 1 ; ?. vi.chc 7 5"2
(1) Lc :::::::;::: 73 r- , ,
IW Tom Murphy. 4 1,2 k ." U; j, j, i - L f0
At pot 1 minute. Or: at 3.21. Time.-M 3-S. :5l. 1:17 .1-5 sTutvik7v"'2ii7. t, i
shou-. Stone 4-C pUeo. 2-5 nhow. Judso 1 show. Winner b K. by Golden B. dce-R.n.Le'n".
Trained by J W. Murphy. Ptandlnc start Sooo, Won easily. cond .iflr t nr
", fnVrlCC,- S",s. r 10. Winner tnlcfj for 1200. No hid. Overacts! I. S o L 3 P Abi
Sli pakey looked beaten at the tuddock Rate, but Kmely eame on aKaln Ber Sio,w wS'rc Tim
S n'lT r'rin SJfi? 1' " 0w'
1543 gt-HTH f"' Thrco-yoar-ohU and upward. N.-t value to win-
tUt'l llllIL'- Wt. St. U H ; str"' Fin. Jocker. nT
(IU91 JurtKe Walton. ....lT T Hi 51 TH 1 14 n0.P iri :
mo Florence A.. 5 103 -54 2 5 In In - m aVn S"? 55
1410 Ball", Daushter. 4..101 r. 6 5 5 3 : 4 nT.?. ""
1535 Lookout. S ,01 r. ?! 5 il ' in SO
5;2 r01" 0,ur''- m 151 S 2 6 1 For h - '-
? Susan V.. ;. .l hjrj! j I" 4
At pott 3 minutes. Off at 3:15. Tlmc:27 2-S. :63 4-3. I" s-S-k "i.i 'xi.TT- :
plsee. 1-3 show. Floreneo 1-3 nlae.. nut show. Daughter 3 show Wl'nnV- h j. 1. v .
tlun.7I0DU Tra.ne.1 by U Dean. Seratol.ed. (I5U, EIpI.1. wV tUK Kdn, tn"u
Standlnc start Rood. Won drlvlnr. second wme. third easllr. Hie., nrlce Walton ii - ri,
ter -5. Winner entered for 1200. No bid. OrerwclKht. Susan 4. Florae Judt" w-Hnn B .
up to Florence A. at the half mllo pom. headM he. for a few S Florene- ,e . Tnlu
up the running ralnlnc a slight adv.ntaae. Ther ran a. team rVom thcre w within " hn?,
drel yards from the wire, where Walton forced to th- front. aulmmlBs her The Lll X
Daushter eaifie from far back stoutly. ,ne '"''III s
1544 rhi""5ACi:"s,T ",r,on?i: Mm'- Ml Kn' x '' w ,
jnJ.x. Horse. WL 3L K K Htr. Fin. Josker.
iw Oxer. iw 3 .... , 13 l zv. 1 zv, 1 il mi, "rk r;
15J( nillr M,er. .. ,W , .... 33 3 2 3 3 2 R,L U2, 3 5
11 O. Cunnlnncbam. 3.10 2 .... 2U 2 1 2n 3 1U nVu!L ,5
1M1 Garland. 6 104 4 .... 4 5 ( i : P Ur '5 32
1453 ltta Creed. 1 m .... f. 1 It SI E IS rtf.lfu ,? "
U37 Ye,ow Foot. . -10, 3 B V' " Tin "": l X
Trained by F. W. Dois. Scratched. ISO! Co,5rovf 101: ,M MlcllTie Mur7v
Galen, Gal-. mlinc .Urt r.ood. Woi ttslly. .econd and I iMrt umi iiw '.
Heath .-old OrtrwUht. Myer i. Gsrlssd t. r,inRhan j 0eT wrnt in tK? f!SL.
he p eased and u.t bmd lo his Held. Rlllr Myrr e,m stoutly the fln.I u l,r oVm7
Cunalaxlum weakened after belns; up clo In the early part 'iuer. Ormondr
1545 ;glCr ldl,!?'3" T'""-" Nt ralu, ,0
i5j. Horse. Wt. St U 14 a; atr. rn, : Jot9y ::fTra;;-
113S RoienU. 4 101 1 14 Tl T7 T7 ni-.. -
1471 Be.u Man. ,0 3 " 3 2 2 IS J it S!',' W R
Jt7 Oral.olat. S .. . ... 16. 4 .. 1 j ' j KSn 5
1M1 Gibson, a ...10J S .... 4: ( 4 I U O'Rrle.. 15
ISStChas Orwn. a ..IM C .... M ' J 10 rBrlf?" M K
1M - ' W ' 7 polled In 'JU" t;.- .
At post ; mlnuU. 0T at 4.41. Time :2i 3-3. U l-S l or x.i n. ; 1
1-1 show. Man pUct. 4.S ,n,w. Orsltolat 3-3 show WMoper c" m " b ? e.lt Prf
of Macon's Trained br T. J. niroitr Pcratrhtd flad.n i'rt n,i t v e.V- ' r J10''
.im yood for fU but Kd G Won .o , C."o,h second h.ndl?-. '.hird" easlr'h '.""n"1,
tolat 4 Wnnr sat.red for liy. No bid OvrwslxM w n 1 s K" ,prl. ' 0f1
"Finnegan Gave It to Me "
NEV YORK. Nov. G. "Finnc
gan gave it to mc"' is tlio latest
catch phrase wliich all Now York ia
repeating. It is a by-product of the
famous Bcckor-Bosonthal murder
"Where did you get the cigar?"
"Finnogan gave it to mc.'
"Where did you got the black
Answer the same.
Whou Becker was asked where he
got money alleged to have noon the
product of police graft, lie told re
porters that John Finnegan gave
$15,000 to Mrs. Becker,
Almost at once the phrase, "Fin
negan gavo it to mc," passed in
current slang. It is the universal
explanation for anything that brings
ono undor suspicion.
Princeton Eleven at
By International News Service.
PRINCETON. N. J., Nov. G. The
Princeton football team has not passed
out of the Interest of President-elect
Woodrow Wilson, ns the governor took
time this afternoon lo visit Osborno field
and watch tho first scrlmmapru held by
the Tigers since last week. Ills own de
cisive victory on the political field ho
hopes to see duplicated by tho Prince
ton eleven ovor Yale- In tho battle which
will take place In le.s than two woclts.
While watching the practice, he kept
up an animated conversation with Rosw
McCl.ave, chairman of the graduate
coaihcM: "Biff" Wheeler and "Johnny"
Pop. whose work as halfback has Im
mortalized his numo In Princeton's foot
ball annals. Governor Wilson expressed
his most hearty wishes for success dur
ing tho remainder of tho season.
The varsity was kept on the. field for
three hours today and fully an hour and
.1 half was spent In scrimmaging with
the second teams.
HARVARD SUBS TO
CAMBRIDGE. -Miiss., Nov. C That
Head Coach Ifaughlon is making no idle
statement when ho says he intends to
start a substitute team against. Vanrier
hllt. was put In evidence today when
team A of the varsity regulars confined
their actual outdoor work lo an Incon
sequential half hour of light signal drill.
Team B. or the men that arc expected
to face the southerners, were put through
an hour's hard scrimmage, from which
they emerged victorious, winning from
the second team by 21 to 0.
In this struggle the scrubs were almost '
always In possession of the hall. Their I
first two touchdowns came on line smash
ing, in which Graustein and Bettlo were
carried over for touchdowns. Hollistor
later showed some or Iirlckley's stunts,
sending tho ball over tho cross bars
twice, the first. field goal being kicked
from the ihltty-fivo-yard line.
"BIG TIM" ILL; MAY
NOT TAKE QFF1CE
NEW VORIC. Nov. 6. "Bier Tint" Sulli
van, New Vork's noted east side states
man, will probably never lake tho oath
of the. congressional office to which he
was elected yesterday. "iis Tim." who
at present Is a slate senator, has boon
111 for several months In a sanitarium In
New Jersey, and was unable to partici
pate In his own campaign or to attend
tho conventions. Ho will be discharged
from tho sanitarium tomorrow lint his
friends say his condition Is still serious.
His ailment Is understood to he similar
lo the brain disease that caused tho death
of his nephew. ""Little Tim."
Williams Wiim From Fitzsimmons.
By Interim I lonul Now Service.
NEW YORK. Nov. C Kid Williams 0.'
Baltimore, defeated young Fitzsimmons
of New York tonight.- Williams had all
the advantage of the first seven rounds,
but Fitzsimmons astonished the specta
tors by a groat rally in the last threo
frames, during which lie drov... t)e Balti
more marvel all over the ring. Tho rally
come loo late, however.
Stop conghinfr! You rack ho lungs
and worry the body. Ballard's Ilorc
lioiind Syrup checks irritation. Iical6
the lungs and restores comfortable
breathing. Price 2," r0c and $1.00 per !
bottle, Sold by Schramm- Johnson. I
Drugs, o- good stores.
oi hies m
' FBI COilli
Will Play Boulder Saiur1
Resting on Resuli,j?
The Unlvorslly of I'ui, toKtfa
will leave today at noon "Vfr'thlffffi3
land Limited for Denver. WreftaBJv it
vorsity of Colorado will be najKo
day In the crucial gnmo of tlJt
matter how stiong the oliifp bslSfflfri
teams are. the focus of I'tahi ut
and training Is always fU6j finLSfi
the University of Colorado foLtMPk-'
held In such awe In I'tah tlutiiK
over that team alon? wouM u ttHttU
Utah has won only two a-iBr""-Boulder
since the two collet
playing. There have been tliiiBr?
Utah has cleaned the olbir tssV"" V
enec teams with llttlo lllfk-jl!; "
would be conceded that Ihcj tMjfi1
strongest team on the circuit, hiK!. ,
they met Colorado victory jkwH'P?.1
the Yellow and Hltie 'Wf i
At the 'beginning of the iti'ti JBi'
showed poor form. Tl" Co! ixJiJB?"1
havo for the last dcciulc bta
the Joke .team of the rcclon, htHFit
Boulder went up to Fort Collia vKf
the fall to go tbrougli tlit fo:riW'l
beating the Aggies, thev were litKTrJ
keenest surprise. Tile Ag?lt5 aiHSp.
won the game, bat rllel np H'KP.
against the st.Ue nnlverrllyi rttsR.!
While lids was soln? nn. ItssMCT.
showing amazing form ami froaQaEl.
season showing an ovfrwIithTitrlK1;?.
for I'tah over Boulder was ''-.'M;!
dieted. Since Ihcn there have rrsuHJ
ninety men out every instil t
and from thin Immense sqw.d ftssByl,'
som bus been developing a tuaBE
progress reached its height Ui K& ,
day, when Boulder won fin CsK?.
college, which up to t' at tine isKi.
sldercd the strongest tram in HtHE 1.
However, the Aggie (Meat U(Ki't
against Boulder, and aw t'Uh Ii '
only team in the conference !KflIt
not sustained defeat, it U t UijBjJ.
(he list and a sliKtit favorite lsBs,
ilav's liig battle. Should I'tah HWr:;
'Boulder but win her other raMc
would still tie for tho champ!sfin,
The last practice wan htM lut-11
and despite the Inclement
was any amount of spirit .m
the men. and they showed thit u
with Montana had had Us f2t
from now on they will 'rulJJ'B'
training and faithful work lo .tbu
For an hour the fellowi pnctijtgc
mallons which should strenstnea "Jbi (p.)
ondarv defense In Its prottfllM.iMfc, ()
man making a forward paii ct J;Tbh
There was fomo time ?Pnt.Si"m'
ing the men exactly how to iMnsf
The freshman ends served " cuIrf
work with. BP"!
Then there was practice "fWio.
getting down on the putils
punls. ronslderahle time ii
the latter, as Captain Q
Boulder is a wonderful P'swflB ii
it Is upon him that Colorida ft)H);
hopes to defent I'tAh. ,n,'RJ
The varsity next lined up for ."Str
ofTense against the Mhlei.
the underclassmen took tne "',vLBtt
Ing Boulder formation?. , 12.
Utah defense. Roth on .lefe.it
fenso the big 'team showetl up "rSb:
WAfler the practice all
ntbbfHl down and were founa
splondld shape . yUFi.
Besides Coach Tieniuon JM JBfijl;
f'nmeron. these pl'M 7" "SB."1
trip: Captain Gard. W JT.
Otl Romney. Miller. Cl!
lor. Tfdman. Barker, .SdH, a
Dcane. Fllzpatriek. nSulS.U
Ilolmstea.I. Hamilton. niW SLK;
Summer. Hi, ;
XKW YORK'. Nov. f-jgSSBK
roll r the New VrMWp
night that Harry W ol verton jM-.;
be retained lo manage the
Wolverton's contract w gSflBle;-
yonr and upon Its expiration
will bo a freo agent. . fWiilV
Wol verton wa t I'roi'S"1. rtflM.'frr
Oakiaml. Cal.. club. The loJl r- U
the season In Inst plnfc- JBtia'
Sherman loads De "Mii
.VBIV YORK. No. JW.
of Wi.hhimrton eJ J
first night Piny,1" WhWSssssftS
match with Alfred -0rob"rUJW
world s title, 200 to l; ?
run was 9 and Ue Orog
,,,,11,., h Jin 1 lsslsWssssa'''Ki7t
I 30 Days of High-Glass RacinW
HOBDAY, OCT. 7 TO SATU8HAT, fe
Tho very beat hor, ridden by famou Jockey over th t,W?r ;
-a noon cour&c. uW
CONCERTS BY SCHEUTER'S ORCHESTRA-FIRST RACE .faBsW
All reoul.r tr4lno via the Salt Lnko ond Or;den Railway j B stH
-ttioV stop at track. Spoclal train without itopo to the trsck -s t jVBy'
nertornlno Immediately after lot raco, Admlwlon, includlnfl ,rtpBEw
3ENTLEMEN 1J15 IJUSk