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S THE SALT LAKH TRIBUNE, TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 19, 1912. iL
I SILK HAT HARRY'S DIVORCE SUIT i gi?? SyTf
BEERS WILL ASK
Challenge for Inlersectional
Championship Contest to
Be Drawn Today.
H ELI-CRIMSON STRUGGLE
1 Both Elevens Will Put in Stiff
Practice; Seat Demand
.MADISON, "Wis.. Nov. IS. As 'a result
B of Wisconsin's declslvo victory over Mln-
1 nonota, eecurlng to the Cardinals the foot-
B ball championship of the western confer-
V riiM, an intorscetional game with Har-
H vard la demanded by the .undents. Flans
H for tho Issuance of a challenge, It is said.
W will bo arranged tomorrow.
Hj Yale Coaches Active.
Hj By International News Service.
XEW HAVT3N. Conn.. Nov. IS. Rc-
H turning from n seashore Sunday at
H Gmenwlch In time for morning recita-
H tlons today, the Vale football men this
B dflernoon enjoyed a variation from their
H dally fiold practice by running off for-
H matlons for two hours in the new ba.se-
H ball cage. Scrimmaging was not pos-
BVH .si 1)1 e, practically even' member of the
.squad being tender and lame from the
B gruelling Princeton game of Saturday.
B but the coaches picked up the task of
B reconstructing Yale's attack for the Har-
BBBH vard came of next Saturday and of
B bolstering up the defense.
B For plugging the holes in the rush line,
BBBB Foster Sanford, creator of Yale's defense
BBBB for two decades, has been summoned and
BBBB his arliviiy with the center men today
BBBB should result In such assaults on the
BBBI Yale rush lino b were seen last Satur-
BBBB day proving impossible again. Tom
BBBB Sncvlln was horo to illustrate his varied
BBBI wins shift attack and somo of his plays
BBBI are likely to figure more extcnslvo-
BBBB 1:, against Harvard than they did against
BBBJI Princeton where they were used but
Old-Timers Give Aclvice,
Other visiting coaches Included tho
BBBB otran "Walter Camp, "Bo" Olcott. head
BBBB roach at New York university; DeWltt
BBBH Cochrane, George Adee, Bob Lore and
BKVBI Claretico Alcott,
BVB Questions of team chances were left
BBBJI for the coaches' council. It is unlikely
BBBH thnt the permanent composition of the
BBBH eleven against Harvard will be decided
1 till Friday.
1 It Is likely that the brickfield, which
BBBJ will start tho game against Harvard, will
BBBI bn. Captain Spalding, Philban and Flynn.
BBBI and that Pumpolly, despite his clever
BBBI Meld goal kicking, will bo reserved for
BBBI similar crisis against Harvard.
BBBI Wheeler and Loftus will scramble for
BBBI tho Quarterback position all the week and
BBBB Arnold is most likely to be given right
BBBB guard, ns Pendleton has a muscle bruise.
BBBH Harbison resumed practice today and Is
BBBI m bare possibility for the place.
Demand for Seats.
Owing to the unprecedented demand
BBBJ for seat-i for the Yale-Harvard game,
BBBJ many Yale alumni will be unable
BBBH to witness the game, Everard Thomp-
BBBJj on, manager of the Yalo ticket
BBBB department, has returned more than 1000
BBBB applications from Yale alumni, Harvard
BBBJ appllod for practically half the .13.000
BBBB seats, leaving Yale's allotment 1G.5-1J, Mr.
BBBH Thompson says fully 30.00U applications
BBBB were received for the Yale seats.
Harvard at Work.
Bv International News Service.
CAMBRIDGE, Ma3s., Nov." IS. Har-
BBBJ vard started on her final week of prep-
BBBJ stations for the big doings down New
BBBI Haven way next Saturday. The varsity
BBBB camo through Saturday's melee with
BBBB Dartmouth in the best of condition and on
BBBB the ove of the Yale contest Harvard has
BBBB the best conditioned set of players she
BBBB has bad for several years.
BBBI ,Y blackboard talk opened this aftor-
BBBB noon's proceedings. Coach Ilaughton
BBBB wielding tho chalk. The Yale forma-
BBBB tlons that were employed against Prince-
BBBI ton were dealt with mainly and these
BBBJ were thoroughly dissected and analyzed-
BBBI The mistakes made by the Crimson Sat-
BBBJ unlay were also gone over and they wero
BBBB many, according to the coaches.
BTATi . "Th.c. tctu" 1,as surely gone back since
BBBB the Princeton game," said Coach Wilh-
BBBB Inston. "and unles'i a decided brace ie
BBBB taken this week vlctorv over Yale Is 1m-
Hl Rely on Brickley.
H As the annual love feast with Yale
BBBB draw3 nearer the contest appears more
BBBB and more every day to become the sur-
BBBB vival of tho fittest foot. If Yal can
BBBBJ rush with success Into a touchdown a
BBBBj "Blue victory looks probable. If tho foot
BBBB an 1st arc to match toes with the cross-
BBJBJ hara of the goal as the court of last re-
BBJvJ sort cvoo' omen favors Harvard.
BB m Brickley has benu dabbling In football
BBJ since ho waf C years old and has npe-
BBJ rlallTicd in drop-kicking since his thlr-
BBJ tcenth year. He hns only missed six
BBJ i poals out of sdventeen chances and the
BBJ A two he lost Saturday were because of
H ; trong winds. It will take more than a
BBJ i "Lofty" Flynn or a Harry Pumpcllv to
BV d outkick Brickley.
BV Hox-vard will work every afternoon this
BBJ l wfk and wll not go to New Hovcn un-
9 ill Thursday.
1 , Pennsy Coach Elated.
PHII.ADEL.PHIA. Nov. IS Coach
BV Andy Smith gave the Pennsylvania regu-
BBI ) lars a rest today and they Joined in the
BBJ ' student celebration of the victory scored
BBJ : in tho gamo with the Carlisle Indian
BBJ ; team Saturday. Smith was elated over
BBJ - the snowing of his men.
BBJ Regular practice will be resumed to-
BBJ mrr' an? thc Pennsylvania warriors
BBJ will got ready to play the game with Cor-
BTfl T,,t Sed and Bluo P'nVfi" came through
BJ the Indian game in mod shape and with
Three Football Stars Who Hold Spotlight
Left to Eight ' 'Hobey'' Baker, Princeton's Sensational Halfback; Captain Woudell 6f Harvard. At Bottom
CaPi" ' ' ' '
f SQUAD PREPARES
FOR AGGIFJ COIIi
Propose to Devote Week to
Hard Work for Satur
As the football heroes of the univer
sity are indirectly responsible for thc
general strike called by the students
yesterday, it is possible that they will
fear to show up on the campus today
However, It Is Improbable that such
will be thc case, and a snappy practice is
expected this afternoon. There is only
one more game this season the onn with
the Utah Aggies, This contest is al
ways a bitter struggle, and In order to
guard against anything the Aggies might
serve up In the way of surprises thero
will be no cessation of work
All the AskIcs saw the Tiger gamp,
and consequently it will be necessary
for the "U" squad to devise some new
features In both defense and offense.
The purpose of this afternoon's prac
tice will be primarily to get the soreness
out of the fellows following the Satur
day game. It Is barely possible that
thore will be some scrimmage.
Lon Romney's ankle is still stiff and
it Is unlikely that he will bo In a suit
ugain this fall, which' means that the
last of a great warrior has been seen.
This ia Lon's fourth year of college
football and he will be ineligible to plav
HIGH SCHOOL WARRIORS
MA MEE1 JORDAN TEAM
Whether the high school first team
will or will not play the Jordan eleven
this reason will be determined todav.
Several of the Sandy boys were Injure'd
weeks ago and it 1a not probable that
they are over-anxious to meet Couch
Richardson's superior bruisers. How
ever, if they are still desirous of trvlng
their luck aslnt the faBt Indian aggre
gation in the face of what happened
to Granite, it Is not likely that thev will
pe refused, although it Is understood
that the west sldero prefer- thc Mime be
tween now and Thanksgiving- for the de
velopment of the second team, which
Plays in Grand Junction on that day.
The student body is confident that thc
lighter team is capable of trimming the
Tigers and is backing It to the limit.
The west side boys have mt but one
team this season that has given them a
rub. Though the noise eloven defeated
the Indians, even thc Idaho critics ad
mitted that the local team was off
rorm. All other games have ended In
a landslide for the Red and Black with
scores of nO or CO to 0.
The outlook for a next vear's team I
P'jt so bright, as most of the cracks will
be graduated in the spring.
the exception of a few scratches thc team
should be in the pink of condition for
the match with the Ithacans.
It was announced that the Pennsyl
vania snuad would be takw-n to the coun
try probably next Saturday or Sunday
to prepare for the match with thc Itha
cans. Football Player Dies.
alley, Nob., Injured in a football gamo
last I-ridaj. died at St. Joseph's hospital
here today. The boy's ntel: was broken
In tackling an opponent who was run
ning with the ball.
Illinois Makes Ready.
i'VV n!:-.,ov- IS. -The University
of IIHiioIh football team will resume hard
practice Tuesday for the cloning game of
the season wPh Northweetcrn at Evan
; COLORADO-UTAH LINK
Organization Perfected at
Grand Junction to Promote
"Midland Trail" Route.
Special to The Tribune.
GRAND JUNCTION. Colo.. Nov. IS.
"The Colorado-Utah' Link of the Mid
land Trail," Is the official mime of the
proposed automobile liighwny connect
ing Denver with Salt Lake. Tonight
Grand Junction Is cclebratipg the or
ganization of an association with a ban
quet given by the citizens in "honor of
One would think a great ocean-to-ocean
railroad had Just announced its
intention to pass through this city, with
Grand Junction a prominent division
point, so much interest Is inunlfested bv
The intrepid boosters who two weeks
ago Journeyed from Grand Junction to
Salt Lake to open the route are todav
the heroes of this town. Realizing that
the success of thc movement whs due
entirely to tho early efforts of this citv,
the delegates from Utah and eastern
Colorado readily conceded the right of
Grand Junction to thc honor of head
quarters of the now organization and
gave J. (. Hamilton of this place the
presidency, with Lincoln Antlers, also or
Grand Junction, us secretary-treasurer.
Dr. Fred Stauffer of Salt Lake and W.
D. Nash, representing- the Denver Motor
club, are the vice presidents.
Under tin- plan of organization, five
commissioners aro named to have charge
of the route, which Is divided into five
divisions. They are: C II. Ward of
Provo. W. F. Olson of Price. F. Cook of
Greon River. Austin Gavin of Glonwood
Springs and "Father" MeCabe of Idaho
tprlngs. Tho five commissioners are
empowered to organize everv town and
village along the route Into separate
units to boost and work, on the route.
A membership fco of VI a war. it Is
believed, will furnish enough funds for
the nssoi'Uuion to carry on Its work. The
Ltah delegation leaves for home tomor
Trouble's Troubles Multiply.
By International News Service.
MKMPIUS, Tonn.. Nov. IS. Lijo Rou.t
of Memphis was awarded a decision over
"Kid" Troubles of Chicago after eight
hard rounds tonight. Roux outboxed
T roubles In the open and nu-t tho Chl-i-agoan'K
wild rushes with lefts and rights
to Troublca'a stomach.
Schwartz Has Shade.
By International News Service.
CINCINNATI, Nov. IS. Ip a ten-round
bout beforo tho Qucon Cltv Athletic i-Iub
tonight, "Yankee" Schwartz of Philadel
phia had a shade the better of Tommy
Gary of Chicago, Schwartz was thc ag
gressor in eight of the ten rounds.
SUTTON PROVES 1
Wizard Wins by Count of
500 to 140; Slosson Beats
Yam ad a.
By International News Service.
NEW YORK. Novy 18. Playing good,
bhd and Indifferent billiards, Willie
Hoppe wtih ridiculous ease won his
match from George Sutton In the lS.li
balk-lino championship tournament at
tho Motel Astor tonight. Hoppe defeated
his Chicago rival, S00 to 110. Sutton's
total representing the lowest score of
the tourney. Hoppe's average of 29 7-17
wus the highest of the meeting. The
youthful companion needs one more vic
tory to rivet thc championship.
Sutton, displayed poor form In ail ex
cept one inning thc eleventh in which
ho rolled up SI points. Sutton could not
nurse the balls thereafter, as Is shown
by his six In tho next four Innings,
Slosson disposed of Yamada. bv 500 to
3111 in forty-one innings of rather poor
iMomiugstar and Cllno were the victors
at thc afternoon games. Mornlngstar de
feated Taylor by a scoro of 500 to 310.
His high run was 121, while tho best
Taylor could do was 5S. Morningstar's
average was 21 17-23 and Taylor's 14 2-22.
Calvin Domarest of Chicago gave Cllnc
a hard fight but was unable to win. the
latter finishing the game when Demarest
had a total of 143.
Hoppe 500; average. 2D 7-17; high
runs. 101, Si. S2.
Sutton 140; average, S 12-16. high
runs. 81. 25, 21.
Slosson 500; average. 12 S-41; high
runs. 70. 77. 41.
Yamada 331: average. S 11-JO; high
runs, 32. 32, 28.
EXPECT TO CONCLUDE
TINKER TRADE TODAY
CHICAGO. Nov. IS. Thc Tinker trade
with Cincinnati whereby the Chicago Na
tional shortstop is to become manager of
the Cincinnati club, continues to hang
fire, in spite of thc expressed willingness
of Owners Murphy and Herrmann to ar
range a doal. Unwillingness of Manager
ISvora of the Chicago club to affix his
approval of tho deal Is said to be thc
Tinker and Fvors hud a conference
today, after which Tinker talked over
thc telephone with Herrmann. 13vers
said he wanted four men, including Knls-
i ley, Mitchell and Phclau, for Tinker. This
Is not much different from Herrmann's
original proposition. He asked for thc
proposal in writing and will lay It berorc
I the Cincinnati director tomorrow, when
I the deal may be closed.
Than 10 (0 can't bo done. Century
Prinliuic Co., 5 57 Postofllco place.
TAKE HORINE JUMP
AS WORLD RECORD
A. A; U. Accepts Mark of 6
Feet: 6 l-S Inches; Disre
gards Higher Jump.
TRIBUTE TO SULLIVAN
President Klrby Speaks in
Glowing- Terms of Veteran
13. lntcrnallonal News Service.
NEW YORK. Nov. IS. Forty-four del
egates from all parts of the United States
assembled In the Waldorf-Astoria today
for the purpose of eelobiutlng the twenty-fifth
anniversary of the Amateur Ath
letic union, tho. controlling body of all
amateur sports In this country.
Early in thc morning President Guk-l.-ivus
T. Klrby called the meeting to or
d!i and after reading a speech, In which
he outlined tho successes of tho associa
tion during the last year and told of thc
growth of the union from fourteen clubs
a quarter of p. century ago to lis present
membership of 410 clubs with 17,508 regis
tered athletes, tho president paid a trib
ute to Secretary-Treasurer James E.
Sullivan, tho only member now active
who was one of the governors at thc
formation of Lhe union.
Tribute to Sullivan.
A sot of engrossed resolutions waa or-,
ilered presented to Mr. Sullivan in recog
nition of having completed fifty years of
Hfo and twenty-five years of work In tho
A. A. I The anniversary of both ovents
took place today.
Mr. Sullivan presented his report a?
secretary-treaaurcr. showing that a bal
ance of $21,715.05 now stands to the cred
it of the union; this In spite of tho fact
that ?1000 was given to tho Olympic fund.
Every branch of sport except the cross
country races showed a profit and the
vear :nded with a gain over last year of
Reports of the other committees were
then aecoptcd and the records made dur
ing tho last year were presented for ap
proval. Horine High Juniper.
In passing on the high jump record
of Georgo Horine, the mark of 0 feet 61
inches was approved, but thore was no
claim for tho mark of b" feet 7 Inches al
leged to havo been mado shortly before
tho tryouts for the Olympic tcam.
The application of Matt McGralh for
a record for throwing tho 16-pound ham
mer, with unlimited run and follow, was
thrown out, as tho tape with which the
throw was measured did not meet, the
The association elected the following
President, Gustavus T. Klrby. of New
York (ro-electod) ; first vice president, A.
J. LI11, of Boston; second vice president.
Georgo F. Pawling, of Philadelphia; third
vice president, Harry W. Fltzpalrlck, of
Baltlmoro; fourth vice president. Theo
dore R- Bland, of St. Louis; secretary
treasurer, James E. Sullivan, of Now
Tho officer chosen today represent
athletic associations in all parts of tho
Dr. B. Merrill Hopkinson. South At
lantic association; George James, Pacific
association, and John J. O'Connor, West
ern association, failed of rc-clcctlon.
in the report of the championship
committee it was recommended that the
rules for water polo bo amended and the
championship of 1913 was declared void.
Tho boxing rules were amended to pre
vent the uso of bandages on the hands
and the ring must be not less than six
teen feet nor more than twenty-four.
New swimming rules were also passed
upon by tho board.
Tho president was empowered to ap
point a committee of five to meet In
1913 to formulate plans for the conduct
of futuro Olympic games. This com
mittee will act independently of the
American members of the International
Olympic committee, but will present Its
findings to that commlttoo before tho
next meeting of the International board.
Act on Applications.
On the application of the Metropoli
tan Jissoclatlon, that body received per
mission from the national registration
committee to Increase Its registration
committee from threo to five members.
A mail vote will be talten by thc Metro
politan association to elect the two ad
The national committee passed upon
thc application of several athletes for
reinstatement and also rejeoted others
on thc ground that they wore at heart
professionals and knew that they were
violating the laws of the association when
they committed their offenses.
The meeting adjourned at a. late hour
and thc delegates and many friends of tho
A. A. U. celebrated the anniversary with
AUSTRALIAN TRIP FOR
COAST LEAGUE STARS
CHICAGO. Nov. 18. President Baum or
thc Pacific Coast league and President
Ewini: of the San Francisco club were
thc only visiting baseball officials stop
ping here on the way back from the
Milwaukee mooting who remained In Chi
cago last night.
They announced their desire to sec
President Corniskcy of thc local American
Baum and Ewing said thev dvslrcd to
discuss thc training trip to California of
Comiskey's team with tl owner and also
propose ;t trip to Australia in 1013. Th
oust baseball officials Ptiuled for huiiR- .
Who Is Recipient
Of High Tribute
JAMES E. SULLIVAN.
SELECT JIM GRIFF'
TRIRD MI 1 1
Will Be Arbiter When
gast and Ritchie Meet
By International News Service. R
SAN FRANCISCO. Nov IS. 5
r meeting held in the offices of Proc
Jim Coffroth this afternoon. Jlm Q
was chosen to referee the Wo
Ritchie light on Thanksgiving after
after the names of half a dozenR
known llstic arbiters had been pre
Griffin, though a ctcran refcred
popular with light followers on accoi
his satisfactory work as third nil
the ring, has never officiated at 'ai
the more important bonis. His latci
gagemcnt waa at thc Attell-Murphy'
in tho final round of which Attell
onto thc ropes with his left handijj
ho hugged Murphy asalnsl them
Klugged him with his right. The ftw
occurred during the final thirty
of the light and escaped Griffin's n
Wolgast established training qui
at the Seal Rook gymnasium this-.
noon, and prior to going to Coffj
office took a turn on the road aiv
half an hour's gymnasium work.S
morrow lie will begin a rugular ro
which will Include six rounds of bo
Ritchie, who has been working fo
past week at Shannon s San Rafas
sort. Is rapidly getting down to tlr
quired weight According to Mai
Billy Nolun, ho is now around thai
pound mark and will have no dlffl
scaling the required 133 pounds rlni
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