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jk. THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 16, 1912.
fteonal Sporting News
Irs light but fast:
le unknown quantity
Strong on Paper, but Has Scored Only S3
Points This Year Against Total of 316
W& Rolled up by Princeton.
Bird of Teams in Gaines This Season
J PRINCETON SCORE.
iKL 65 Stevens 0
US ' 41 Rutgors r
mrz: " ". 35 Lehigh 0
Sfim 31 Virginia Poly 0
'5oL 62 Syracuse ., o
S "I" 22 Dartmouth . 7"
iW??i "' 6 Harvard ... 16
BSfli ','...'. f-. 5J Now York 0
'wjjj princoton 31G Total Opponents 20
jX YALE SCORE.
rfBv , 10 Wcslyan ; n
TUti''"" 7 Holy Cross 0
21 Syracuse 0
IK Lafayette 0
1 fr!'"' . 6 Army n
)K" 13 Washington and Jofforson 3
I ""',. 0 Brown 0
jRYale 83 Total Opponents 6
mGETON, N". Nov. 15. The annual battle of the Prince
Bon and Yale Gridiron giants, scheduled to take place to
fipiorrow, has i'illed the town with visitors and has given
n-the flood of conjecture and prognostication that always
'flL this contest.
Kjer dopeslers were confident this afternoon that t'he-ir eleven
IRe victorious. The defeat at the hands of Harvard two
wtgo has had little effect upon their figures, for the loss of
JKd( was taken to be more in the nature of an instructive
'Miau an evcn1, -'ia'; C111 e';fCL' the intrinsic merit of the
I and ihc Hndcr-oollcKiato
alike strong in their con
tne two -weeks of strcu
e which ivas tho direct re
: loam's ilcfuut bcl'oio the
3 has more than made up
jfeduess of tho Princeton
theso same old aud young
Ibueiasts were more than
ack their opinion,
lis air of confidence, how
ptis a considerable clement
irtiean judgment was more
: to accoile to Yale a like
) carry off the hounrs. ft
imon of this coterie that
(olball cloven is the ques
f the east,
ng on Paper,
fact that Princeton lias
points against, 29 in names
poncnts aud that Vale has
83 points acainst her op
bas -notliinrr to do with the
was stated 'by thos.- with
ovrard Old Eli'. These ad
lie Bull T)0 believed that
am has been careful uot to
its tricks of attack, being
pl)'t to win all its somes,
Jc, intrinsically, a stronger
than the small score of
inst Brown would indicate,
admittedly the best in the
ippr and the backfiold is
tition a powerful fighting
, with Flynu, Spalding and
ec.have the punch and un
will deliver it tomorrow,
he has been coming on with
forming brilliantly in every
starts. On paper the Blue
cntaWc wrecking crew. On
nw so far failed to vital
woilities. Tomorrow must
revelation. Tf the squad
I itfolf in ibis game it ccr
Qot bo expected to do so
Depend on Speed.
wf11 again match speed
orwn. In constructing their
P Play this year the Jersoymen
jKvn all-important; qnafifica-
aassau's eleven is unusual-
a ?vCraK height is but 172
jKaH teum hus eve"-,c,1 a
HR,nacl. it )as fomj( (.on).
.Wo m scoring whether by
jWWtijr, runs around end. for-
1- kuuiq iiyin me 'iiciu. .
w undefeated, while
is been beaten bv liar
'o ops no such victory to
i Princeton's 22 to 7 do
rno"th. The week after
cnse 21 U, fj Princeton
the same team 62 to 0.
"ako ,t appenr that those
io the favorite in tomor
' havo not as good an
"osc who call the propo
r and line-plungiug com
"Loftv" Plynn aud
?,tfc holds forth no grcat
f excitement than the duel
kcteham. the "Blue center
a.rca of u diverting af
EEnmcnt when he faces
'Blucv" the Tiger line
'r. Vq Priuceton center
erU declare that ho is as
w the trick as not. To
'":.ln n action is a treat,
tni hc Hrtmoul.h and
"l1, brolcc through and
Plav before it got going
n!. ho not. onlv plays his
?fttByt "cthenthnl fen 't
rear ibnl. in sevprnl con'
!car hp has surprised the
ii.W i'- "s ou'" c,,(ls
' Ucuf"4 U,ltl "ai,'"P 11,0
VLi. v,''1''"- i doubt, it
Aii-lSr Cfini) oicmm Mm
i. iV'?l Position on lli
rh r1' vnlnlncd tlmt tho
o tlic ct;aUGe he waa the
JwBlaiKra r,,l"l;'"K' lke Pendleton. I
W "'W; jcrwi ,i i1,rCB r tlieuc have
' iV avu,Ha :i leftl o Improve-'
?KKror -n,1 bl;lllInn. shows a
jBc'tlv alboU Warren,
P ot thnv l''1.. mil .Jo inui'li
c"', whUr. on Hi-; of-
fensive. Trcnkman's nblllly is still some
what uncertain, owing to the number of
sunies he lias missed through Injuries,
but he seems to be a reliable man of
fair speed. Veteran riillllps makes un
in aggressiveness what he laclts in heft
and should make things very interesting
Yale Weak at End.
As for the ends, they are not the
strongest part of either line. On the
defensive they do well enough, but on
the attack Yale's men have shown them
selves nartieular.ly weak. Unless there is
:i marked improvement in the Avork of
Cillauer mid Avery tomorrow, assuming
that they will be chosen, the Tigers
have little to fear from the territory out
side the tackles. Vale's ends have had
a religiously devoted crew of couches
working on them dally since the Brown
Yale Is heavily handicapped ar end
through the loss of Bomclsler. He is one
of the best ends in the country, if not
rhe best, but he has a bad shoulder that
has kept him from playing steadily, and
in the games which he has entered he
has often been put out of play bv a fresh
Injury. He is a typical hard-luck p'ayor
Dunlap. Wight and Andrews are sched
uled to play the Princeton ends. They
look a bit stronger than Tale's pair.
Star Backs Plentiful.
Flynn, Captain Spalding and Phllbln of
Ynlo form an Imposing backfield combina
tion, but there is nothing Ihero that does
not appear also among Do "Witt. Captain
Pendleton and "Tubby" Waller or
"Honey" Baker of Princoton Each of
tiie last two named has figured In an
eighty-yard run of the Snm White order
Hits seaBon. Captain Pendleton of Prince
ton is a ten-second sprinter, but is gen
erallv unluclcv In tho big irames becauHfe
the opposition makes it its uasIiiPBs to
"bottle" him. His specialty Is long end
runs, although this year he lias also
shown himself able to pierce the tackles.
Once Pendleton gets loose It is pretty
certain that a touchdown will result j
Waller is a strong lino rusher and a bul
wark of strength in stopping the other
team's plays. "Ilobey" Baker Is a splen
did hack, quick to nick holes in the line
and handv at grabbing the loose ball. Ho
is also a. clever place kicker.
"Stew uaner s KeiiciuiamiJ .. '
terbaclc Is acknowledged to be excellent
He is sure on catching punts, and l
qulck in eotting un speed In running back
' punts. Wheeler, the Yale general. Is not
expected to prove quite as strong as
SKarle be Witt, at fullback, is a finished
mmter Last vear It was largely his
booHnc that won the championship for
Princeton. He hits the lino like a hitman
Pile-driver, and statistics show him to bo
the Junga leers' most consistent ground
Moran Gets Draw With
Miller and May Meet
Winner of Next Match
SA.V FRAXCISCO. Nov. IS-"
lorau, the Pittsburg heavyweight and a
"white hope" possibility, fought Charlie
Miller of San Francisco four rounds to n
draw decision here tnSt. bpor""
writers and many of the spectators ex
pressed the opinion that Aloran should
have had tho decision. Vn
For the first two rounds Moran ap
peared nuzzled bv Mller'a pccuirar sty c
and d d little except to avoid the lattor's
rushes. In the third and fourth rounds
However. Moran landed a number of ha.id
blows, and for the most part was able
to keep awav from Miller. His advantage
though was' so slight that there was : no
complaint when Bcferce Ham lole
called the bout a draw. K0,.nllH
Inti.-rcst centered in the fight hfcauHC
of the assertion of Promoter Jn.incH LolT
roth that ho would match the winner with
the winner of the Jim Flynn-Luther Mc
Cnrtv bout to be fought In Vernon De
cember 10. ( I believed that. Moran will
be matched with the winner of 1" Vi
sion tight for a fisht hero .w cai s
d a y .
Roller Han Bib Broken.
OTTAWA, Mont., Xov. in. i)r. R- F.
Roller tin- Seattle wrestler, broke a lib
rm h'i ii h bout with Constant Im
Marhu the BolWn.
over-balancing himself, lifting his op
Poneiit five minutes, after the bou
started and allowed the Belgian to fall
I'hThoiiU bt S'crowd' M not IIhI.i
to his proposal-
llouck Wins on Knockout.
Uy international News Service,
r TiTKIt Pa-, Nov. lo. L.eo
toK J out Larry Williams ot
for Billy Adams-
O' Toole Shades Delmont.
By International News Service
PiuiADFLPHIA, Nov. 19. Oclic Bel-
CHOICE OF REFEREE
Selection of Third Man for
Wolgast-Ritchie Bout Not
BY W. W. NAUGHT ON..
Ey International News Service.
SAN FRANCISCO. Nov. 15. One of
the. sure Indications of the extraordinary
Interest taken in the Wolgast-Biichio
Thanksgiving championship Is the spec
ulation that is being indulged in regard
ing the referee question. As a rule these
matters are left to tho fighters them
selves, or to their managers, but in
the present instance it might be thought
that the general public had been called
on to offer suggestions.
The selection of the Important official
takes place Monday and In the mean
time the names or all the men who have
filled the position in recent years in all
the oitlcs lying between liere and the
Atlantic seaboard are being conned over
by the fight fans. For that matter the
names of men who have not judged a
Queensberry scrimmage slnvc Wolcast
and Ritchie were Infants nro being men
tioned. It seems to he one of those
things that becomes harder of solution
tho more It Is discussed.
It is thought by many that t lie choos
ing of the ringmaster will be attended
with more than ordinary difficulty on
account of the strained relations be
tween Promoter Coffroth and Manager
Nolan. The writer Is In a position lo
correct this Impression. Coffroth rec
ognises that he has a. big attraction to
handle and he recognizes furthermore
the right of an accredited manager of a
pugilist who is about to do battle, to
have a voice in the selection of a rcf
erre. It Is Nolan's privilege to attend every
conference over the nilchie-Wolsrast.
bout, no matter where held and Nolan
may do so with the full nssuraneeMhal
he will suffer no discourtesy at Coff
rolh's hands. This much comes from
Another thing: It has been said- that
there will be no chance for Fddle
Grnney to referee the Thanksgiving
event because there is bad blood be
tween Grancy and Coffroth. This Is a
mistake. Coffroth is prepared to abldo
by whatever conclusion the lightweights
reach In the selection of the third man
and If choice falls on Graney. the "lit
tie horse shocr" can send his tuxedo to
bo pressed and feel absolutely assured
that he will have the freedom of the
Daly Citv ring on Ttirkev day.
It Is said that ir thero Is falluro lo
agree upon a local man a prominent
ring judge will be hrousht from some
' other city. In such case it is probable
that Ed Smith of Chicago would he
asked to referee the match. But whothcr
: tho referee be a local man or a stranger,
the selection must of necessity rest with
the boxers and those who represent
them. Thero Is so much at stake that
any suggestion from an outsldor would
merit a rebuff.
Hoppe Outplays Slosson;
Morningstar Wins With
Record Run of Tourney
By International News Sendee.
NEW TOR1C. Nov. 15. Willie Hoppe.
the vouthful title holder, outplayed
George Slosson. the crafty veteran, to
night, at the Hotel Astor In the fourth
night's plav in the tournament for the
1S.2 balk-line billiard championship.
Hoppe completed his strlnc of 500 In the
twenty-first inning. Slosson meanwhile
Slosson cased Into the lead during the
first few innings. He chose his shots
with much deliberation and led Moppe
bv 45 to 28 at tho end of tho fifth in
idng. Hoppe hero began one of his
spectacular runs and he clicked off 122
buttons before he fell down on a hard
draw shot in the sixth. Hoppe never re
linquished this lead, thereafter. 71c also
made runs of 01 aud S2. Slosson's best
continued erfort netted him GO points.
Hoppe. 500; average, 23 lu-21; high
runs. 122, 01, S2, 81.
Sloss-on. 243; average 11 11-20; high
runs. 50, 43. 20.
In the other evening game Oro Morn
jnRstar was extended to beat George
Sutton. The former won out by BOO to
U85, hut not until he had made the rec
ord run of the tournament. In the
twenty-fourth inning Morningstar had
an uninterrupted siring of 107 before
llCMoni1ngstar. 500; average, 2fi 23-30:
high runs. 167. 6J, 52.
Sutton. 3S5; average, 12 2r-."!0; high
runs, 91. 5S. 15.
Yamada and Dcmarcst were winners
in the afternoon contests. Yamada out
plaved Cllne. 500 to 401. In a llfly-Innlng
game, and Domarust defeated Taylor by
l lie narrow margin of three points. i00
to 407 In a thlrty-two-innlng match.
Yaniada received well-merited applause
for some of his masso and long cushion
shots. Demarest played a wonderful
game at times, his run of 1P.2 in the
twenty-fifth Inning showing some of the
best lino nuVslng and balkllne plays scon
during the tournament. The scores-
Yamada, 500; average, 10: high runs. CJ.
"Cnne, 404; average, S 12-49; high runs.
C5. 32, .10. , . , . ,
.Demarest, 500: average, In J0-o2; high
runs. 132, 55, 49.
Taylor 497; average, 16 1-31; high
runs," 73. 65, 49
WOLGAST GETS BELT
FROM TOM M'CAREY
L.OS ANGEHjES, Nov. 15. Because of
the unsatisfactory termination of the fight
between Ad Wolgast and .loo FUvers for
the lightweight championship on .Uily 4,
the diamond belt offered to the winner
bv Promotor Tom McCarcy wan with
held from the champion.
McCarev filnco relented, and tonight as
WolgaBt was about to, board a train for
San Francisco, where he Is io meet Wil
lie Rltcnlc on Thanksgiving day. McCarey
appeared and presented the champion
with the belt, much to the surprise of
the Cadillac pummcler.
"You are a great champion, said Mc
Carcy "great because you never side
step an opponent, but take all your chal
iunacrs as fast as they reach the pluck
ng stage. It would be the saving of
tho boxing game If every division were
represented by a champion of your cajl-
bTThc belt is of solid sold and Is set with
four large diamonds. It Is valued at close
Evera Makes Promises.
CHICAGO. Nov 15, Surrounded by 500
admliprs at a banquet given In his honor
last night. John J. Evers. the new man
RgVr or the Chicago National League
club, cald he would do everything In his
power to keep he team up to tho stand,
a-d maintained under the leadership of
Frank Chance, whom he succceos.
Morris Wins on Foul.
Bv international News Service.
SHREVEFORT. 1.h.. Nov. 15. Carl
Morris, the Oklahoma heavyweight, won
from Cass Tarvor of Texas via the foul
route hero tonlpht. A low blow landed
bv TarVer In the second round resulted
In his disqualification. Earlier In the
round Morris had sent Tarvcr sprawling
on the floor.
Want Headquarters Nearer Home.
r'HICSGO. Nov. 15. Five of tho eight
rhibs In the Western league have voted
hi favor of moving tho organisation to
o ,o of the cities in the leasiio or Kansas
City, Mo., before January, 101.
Awarded Nobol Prise.
Q'rnrKHOIjM, Nov 13. - The NoWa
nrirn fori teraturo was awarded today to
llauptmnnn, tho German author
'and dramatist. I
HIGH WHS EASILY
FROM GffUTE TEfl
(Continued from Preceding Page,)
making the score 3fl lo 0. Wilson now
made a most difficult run, passing near
ly all the Granite team, and It took
three men to lay th little fellow low.
Olcson and Ward made norno fair gains
ami Brcckon went over tho line. Olcson
failed to connect with the goal and the
score stood 45 to 0. -
There were but a few minutes of the
quarter left and RichardEon sent In his
second team backlleld. The Granite
bunch was too strong for the llttlo fol
lows, who fought gamely. Granite soon
took the ball near the center of tho
field. It was their one chance to score
and Ihey tried dcsporatcly. Hamilton
and Ramscycr made good gains, but.
when they reached the twelve-yard line
tho quarter ended. Richardson, seeing
that his lighter men could not stRvo off
the attack of Granite, sent the regular
backtlold in again, switching J. Wilson
and Romncy to the ends for" .lesson and
At the start of the fourth quarter
Granite followed up their advantage of
the previous session, soon pluclng the
ball on the one-yard line. It looked as
though they were sure to score, but tho
lino held; Olcson kicked to safely, and
Granite's hopes were crushed. From
here on Granite lost all snap, and it did
iiiot take long for tho high school to
hold them for downs. Tho Red and
P.lack advanced to the twenty-yard line
when "Wilson, receiving from Olcson the
only successful forward pass of the game,
dodged p.'ist the Granite backs for a
score. It was so dark Ward could hard
ly sec the ball and failed to make gnnl.
and tlie whlsllo blow. Final score Salt
Tako high school, 51; Granite, 0.
Salt J,akc High. Granite High.
.TcsHon, L. Romncy. ..l J. Hamilton
Goodrich It Stevenson
Ed holm lg Jones
Gaboon c .'. Spencer
.Iiidd rg Ashton
Yeat or rt McDonald
Kllpalrick re Thorum,
J. "Wilson. Aushcrman, Lovo
15. "Wilson nb Staton
Brcckon. Romncy.. fb. Rich
Ward, Fyke Ihb Ramscycr
Olcson, .T. Wilson.... Thb G. Hamilton
Referee Bowon. Umpire Bassett.
Head linesman Fred "Bcnnlon.
Racing Laws Upheld
ANNAPOLIS'. Nov. 15. The valid
ity of tho racing law passed by tho
last legislature was sustained by the
court of appeals today in an opinion
which absolved the racing meet at
Havre dc Grace last summer from
all taint of illegality.
Friday's Jamestown UcstUts.
First race, flvo furlongs, selling Sand
Hog. 102 f Ambrose), S to 1, won; Chilton
Dance, 100 (Tcahann), 10 to 1, second;
Therlercs. 107 (Buxton), 5 to 1, third.
Second race, five nnd a half furlongs,
selling Patrick S., 110 (Shuttlnger), 8 to
1, won; Calllsse. 10G (Carter), 5 to i, sec
ond; Berkley, 107 (Mondon). 4 to 1. third.
Third raco. mile, selling Absconder,
107 (Ferguson), 15 to 1. won: Slim
Princess, 107 (Fairbrother). 3 to 2. second;
Syosset. 92 (Karrick), 5 to 1. third. Time.
Fourth raoe. mile, purse Bashti. 10R
(Butwcll), 1 to 2, won; Toliow wyes. 106
(McCahcy). 4 to 1, second; Law ton Wig
gins, J09 (Small). 8 lo 1, third. Time,
Fifth race, five and a half furlongs,
selling Union Jack, 111 (Teahann), 3 to
1, won; Takahira. Ill (Moody), 8 to 1,
second: Jack Nunally, 113 (Peak), 5 to 1,
third. Time, 1:08.
Sixth race, mile and one-sixteenth,
idling Chester Krum, 10S (Butwell), 3
to 1 won; Oakhurst. 105 (Teahann), 2 lo
l, second. Pardner, 10S (McCahcy), 5 lo
1, third. Time. 1:4S.
Today's Jamestown Entries.
FlrsL Race Eleven-sixteenths of a
Index. "Wt. Index. t.
64G4 R. Tf. Gray. 96 C. Budford 108
0297 Arran . .100 G464 Big Dipper 108
6315Iii. Man . .102 6315 Latent ICS
6410 Ancon ..100 6315 Thcslcrcs ..10S
C36U Smash . .-106 G11G Kelly 110
Second Race Mile and seventy yards-
oaos'llenotlc ...101 6275 T. Melton .105
6093 W. Doe ..104 6398 Heretic 105
6525 Outlan . . .104 S503 Trt Wells. .113
046U McLcod F..105 6525 F. PureelL.lll
G058 M. River... 105 6002 L. England. 10 1
3135 First Peep 105
Third Race Three-fourths of a mile.
U7M.alon Eluo 95i 6140 Bell Loyal.. 106
0301 Camellia .. 93 6499 J. Knight .109
6159 Servlccucc 100 6317 Back Bay . 109
4001 Bl Chief... 100 5955 Snohn .. .-109
6003 B'lng Lass, 101 6499 Hoffman ...111
0317 Kate K- ..103 6318 Hilarious ..118
6499 lvabel 106 6482 Sherwood ...118
Fourth Race Throe-fourths of a mile.
6501 Battery ... 92 RuOt Br. Path .10u
6477 N. Cash 95 64S3 H. Majesty 10S
6475 Rosftiuin .105 6493 Barngat ...105
6444 Brynary ... 98 6441 Buskin 105
6498 Scallywag .101 6467 Tartar .. ..116
6497 Grosvonor .101 6375 Pankhurst .116
Fifth Race Mile and one-sixteenth.
Handicap. , , , , ,
6276 Altamaha .100 6443 Lochlei ...JOG
6484 CI. Edge ..104 6521 Guy Fisher. 115
6490 W'te Wool 102 631S Carlton G. 110
5925 Kormack -. 1 OS
Sixth Race Mile and seventy yards.
G39S Manassch .1011 619S G. Castle ..110
6476 Gagnant .. 101 6299 Nimbus ....110
6161 Dvnaniilo . 104: 6502 Chemulpo ..113
633 S." Plrper'I .110 61S7 Aplaslcr ...113
6525 Accrd ....110 6243 Spindle ....116
4920 Q. Mark.... llOJ 6320 D'ld McDon.lll
Seventh Race MJIc and one-eighth.
525Taboo .. ..100 632 Mudsill ...,108
5957 Sui-lcrvlsor 102 6379 Blackford .-10$
6462 Pliant 102 0502 H. Hut'son 114
5925 Gales .. ..100
MEMBER OF TAR PARTY
GUILTY OF BATTERY
NOrWALJC, Nov. 13. The jury
in the caso of Ernest Welch, charged
with participulius in tho tnrnuj of
Miunio Levallev at West Clarl.sf.old
on tho nipbt of .A u pro si 30, tonight re
lumed a verdict of assault and battery.
Welch was tho fust to bo tried of sis
men. indicted on a charge of "riotous
The iury report found fhe defendant
guilty 'an charged under tho one count
of assault and battory and not guilty
of tho other seven counts of "riotous
Prosecutor doling said he did not
know whether tho cases against the
other five defendants indicted for the
tarring would be pushed at once.
WILL NOT RECOMMEND
REPEAL OF PROVISION
WASHINGTON. Nov. 15, President
Taft told ofllclal vlsitorB today he did not
expect lo recommend 'to congress the re
peal of the free toll provision made In
the Panama canal bill last summer for
American coastwise vessels. A second
portion of the report of Prof. Emory R.
Johnson, the expert upon whoso Investi
gation the president based his recent
proclamation of tolls, became public tv
clav and contains strong recommendations
agalnot frco tolls for American ship3.
Prof3sor Johnson's report did not dip
rus.i the diplomatic aspect or the canal
toll ma It or which wan proparcd before
Great Britain enlpird Its protest against
1 1 he exmipun of toastwlso vessel.
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-lljBIf im iMlWv soription from the least expensive kinds to the rarest. These I IH
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:m. Coist -Prices ill
(jKHSafr By C0Bfc Prices we mean just what they cost to manufacture
SSaKMw 1X0 Pro ae deaer no profit to the middle man you get jH
'WtffliSilBmK? them at just what they cost to produce for instance 1
liSi A Few Examples ' I
Brook Mink Scarf, worth $ J nr Red Fox Sets worth $9A fll I ! H
$15.00 Sample price tpLTO $50.00 Sample price p&4f.DU I M
t-,,t . . Twenty genuine Eastern Mink Muffs 3
French Lynx Set, worth i at m . M,nn . . IH
2,oa-sple 111.45 Z:J0Z $37.50 1
Russian Mink Set worth r qj- Elegant $75 Fur Ooats Cft I '
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SELECT YOUR CHRISTMAS FURS MOW- I (
A SMALL DEPOSIT WILL SECURE THEM
Purs at Cost of Production j ;1
AFTER WEEK IN JAIL
Re-Arrested on Charge of As
sault and Served With No
tice of $10,000 Suit.
By International News Service.
CHICAGO, Nov. "Jack'5 John
son, tho negro pugilist, ivho is charged
with violation of tho Mann act, Tvas
released on bond today afte"r a weary
woek in jail which wore the radiance
of his "golden smile" to a frazzle.
Immediately after tho acceptance of
his bonds tho pugilist was rearrested,
charged with assault aud batter' by
Edwin, F. Weiglo, a newspaper photog
rapher, audi was driven in his automo
bile to the Chicago avonuo nolico sta
tion, where lie waited until friends
could go to tho bank and cash one of
the negro's check's for 400, the amount
of his surety in this case.
A little lator .Tohnsou was served
with notico of a suit brought, bv Edwin
F. Weiglo for $10,000 damages" for thu
"Goo, this is Friday, my unlucky
day," muttered tho pugilist, whose joy
over his release was mingled with fore
boding that it happened on tho sixth
day of tho week. t .
Johnson's bondsman, in the Uuilcd
States court was Matthew S. Baldwin,
a real estate dealer of Evanston, who
explained that his connection with the
matter was due' sololy and simply to a
fee of $7)Q paid by Johnson for the
accommodation and an agreement
signed by the negro that a private de
tective employed by Baldwin and pai.d
by Johnson should be with him day and
night until ho is surrendered in court.
Baldwin scheduled $70,000 worth of
property to cover tho $150,000 required
by the federal court, aud Mrs. Tiny
Johnson, the pugilist's mother, also
went on the bond, scheduling tho property-
given to hor by her sou after his
fight with Jeffries. Assistant District
Attorney Tlarry A. Parking announced
that t.ho bonds submitted would cover
the five indictments against Johnson. ,
It was stated by Baldwin during his
examination that he did not know
Johnson and had been induced to be
come his bondsman by AY, G. Andorson.
who if the negro's attorney. Hio fi
nancial arrangement between Tohnson
and Baldwin was said by Judgo Car
penter to be "perfectly proper."
MEXICO CITY, Nov. 15 Pablo Eacan
don. a wealthy rancher and formrly sov
emor of Hie slato of Morelos. was ro
lcnad from the penitentiary todHj.. ovrtnj;
to a lack of evldwnco connctin him with
voluntarily aiding Uip adherent of the
rebel Zapata with which ho waa charged.
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