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GAME II CdH
Referee Ends Bout in the
Nineteenth With Veteran
Practically Out. .
BY H. M. WALKER.
LOS ANGELES. Nov. 13. Broadway
has sent us a "hear." Johnny Dundee by
name, a featherweight with the clever
ness of a Corbett and a 'kick" of a
Dundco knocked out. FrankJe Conley.
dropped the game veteran to the floor
)n the nineteenth round of their schod
ilod twenty-round battle In the Vernon
frcna of the Pacific Athletic club to
night. From the pulling off of the bathrobe?
ntll the llnai blow Dundee was in the
cnd, swinging In cvory punch at his
ommand, and finding a fair 3pot In nine
In it oi ten mcH.. uonicy was wooming
v.hcn ho came tip for the nineteenth.
Dundee rushed for his man nnd started
'.winging leftH and rights for the head.
One of these, a right, caught Conley on
nits rim of thi; Jaw. lie backed slowly
awnv, his knees bending under him, and
dropped down on all fours under the
topes. Every thought of fight had been
'invfn from his bruin and us he straight
ened to n standing position his arms were
. ranging limp at his sides. He whs nb
s 'utely helpless and Referee Eyton,
cnplng over to Dundee, raised his right
i '"nicy's sameness could call for no
. rater tribute than Jim Flynn's remark
he left tho ringside.
' That little fellow took a beating that
wn-jld have sent a heavyweight to tli
''orpltal," said Jim. "ire's the gamcst
1 id In the world.'
Promoter McCarcy experts to match
Dundee with .lohnny Kllbane at Vernon
' i l!ie featherweight championship Xcw
r 1 . f .
I WEIRD STORY OF A
NEW OUTLAW LEAGUE
CHICAGO, Nrfv. JO. Word was .rc
fived here tonight of a move on the
part of several Western league clubs
to break away from the present circuit
and expand. The Invasion of Chicago
and the establishment of rival clubs In
rvcral American association cities are
ncludcd In the plan to form a new
' outlaw" league.
Its promoters 'In the Western league
rxprct to be joined by disgruntled
Vmcrlcan association owners, but In case
Is docs not occur, the plans arc to
locate rival clubs in such towns as are
i crefsary to make, a compact and paying
I ROWAN OFFERED DATE
ON PACIFIC COAST
Marly Rowan, tho clever welterweight
Hoxer from Helper, leaves tha morning
for Los Angeles, -whero lie will discuss
an offer made him to box Bert Fagln, a
mlddlcwoight. The promoters want Row
an and Fagln to go on as a semi-final
to tho "Mandot-Rivers fight Thanksgiving
da-., but this gives tho Helper lad very
little time for preparation and he may
decline the offer.
"I am not a 'prelim' fighter, anyway."
i.iid Rowan, just before leaving. "I will
to make them stace me In nomn olh--
fight as ono of the principals.''
I WALTER MILLER IS
VICTOR OVER SUTOR
Dl LFTH. -Minn.. Nov. 1? Walter
Ml,,c.of ?- 1Pnul defeat! Walter Su er
' Cleveland, welterweight wrestling
iiamplon, In two straight falls hero to
il sin One hour 6 minutes and 20 sec
"I'l? T8 'CfiulrccI for the fir.t fall,
while the second was made In -'a mln-'Hcs.
ILangdon Too Olevcr for Bradley
Pill LA DELPH IA , Nov. l'j.Pat B.'ad
I fought a hunl agrcsnlvo battle ngalnst
Tommy Laiigdon tonight at tho Snrinc
finnloa Athletic club, but IngdotVaau?
prrlT clfverucHs enabled him to win
vt'onfc'X rountl that fa,rl" i"Icd wjth
( amp 3.TS, W. 0. W.. will -ivo a dance
M )ts luiH this ovenmrr. Admittance
frcp to momlicrs. (Advcrtiacmont.)
H I WHO'E'E! I
Bl I Something for Noth- I
I lUg' I
I j Eslimatcs, Designs and I
;j ('onsultations given cheer- I
H 1 fully on all glass jobs.
H Come on, now; let's get ac- 1
H qitalnted. 1
I j THE CULMER CO. I
Glass. Was. 3200 I
Featherweight Who Is in
Line for Championship
Champion Alread in Good
Trim From Recent Bout
By International News Servh-e.
FAN FRANCISCO. Nov. 1?. Six davs
of hard tialnlng work is nil that Ad Wol
Kat. champion lightweight of the world,
will require to place him In condition
to dufend his title against Willie Ritchie
In their twenty-round battle at Coffroth's
Py Cltv arena on Thanksgiving day.
I his declaration was made by Manager
lorn Jones this afternoon, a few hours
after Wolgast had established training
quarters at the Seal Rock gymnasium
"Ad already Is In line physical condi
tion, ' declared Cherokee Tom "The
long siege of training he has hud during
fhe past few months, together with the
actual ring battles ho has engaged in.
have worked wonders for him and I would
not hesitate to send him Into thu ring
tomorrow. Of course ho will do consid
erable road and gymnasium work, buL
hardly as much as he did while prcpar-j
Ing for past Important engagements
W hat he needs more than anything else
if plenty of ring work and ho will de
vote a lot of his time to that kind of
training during the next few days."
Wolgast's general appearance would in
dicate that Jones knows what ho Is talk
ing nbout. Tlu- llltlo cliampion nnvr
looked more fit In his life and In today's
preliminary work he displayed a brand
of ginger that caused a crowd or W
fight fans to sit up and take notice.
Ritchie, after votcrday s holiday, went
at his work today with renewed vigor.
The local hoy still has three or four
pounds of avoirdupois to take off and in
dications are that he will not be nblc to
lay down his tools until a few hours be
fore the fight.
Trendall Outpoints Sherman.
ST. LOUIS. Nov. H). Harry Trendall
of St. Louis anil .loo Shormun of .Mem
phis mixed Tor eight rounds tonight In the
fen I ure event of a fight card maged bv
the St. Louis Athletic club, tho "former
winning the decision on point.
Mennlc fcGovem of St. In8 nd
Robbie Robldeau of Memphis staged tho
fremi-wlndup. also for eight round, the
former winning the decision on points.
Trades Downoy for McDonald.
'HH'AGO. Nov. 15, -TI.P Chicago N
ttonal League Baseball ihjb today traded
Tom Downoy. utlllt Intlolder. to the
Sacramento club of the Pacific Const
league In exchange for Edward McDon
ald, who went to the Sacramento oluh
from the Boston Nationals laM year
William L. Cook, who was postmaster
at Xeihart. Mont., writes: "I rccom
meat Foley's Honey and Tar Compound
to all my people, nnd thev arc ncvcr
disappointed with it. Foley 'j Houoy
and Tar Compound for roughs and colds
civca the beat possible res ilts.
SPEED IS KEYDIE
.Coaches - Find Second String
Back field Easier Than
NEW HAVEN. Conn.. Nov. 1?. Yale's
first scrimmage since the Princeton no
decision combat was held this afternoon,
when the Eli squad skimmed through
twenty minutes of terrific play. Speed
Is the keynote of the driving coaching
whl'h has been planned for this week,
and It was obtained today, not so much
from the regulars as from the reserve
pquad. Flynn. Spalding and Phllbin were
the- artillery attack in the first half of the
practice, and thev were powerful. al
After they had been i enlaced bv Baker.
Marklo and PumpeUy. the attack steamed
up and the second touchdown which
was secured was madu In half the time
needed for tho first. During the past
week Raker has proven his title to be
ing tho fastest hack on the squad, and
Pumpclly to being a more consistent line
forcci than Flynn or Spalding, aside
from his sensational goal kicking per
formances. This second trio Is expected
to play a large share of the Harvard
Tho substitution of Jack Arnold for
Pendleton has been made, and it is like
ly to be permanent, although Pendleton's
play at Princeton, before he received a
muscle bruise was satisfactory. He was
In uniform again but is llmninc.
Harvard Coaches Displeased.
CAMBRIDGE. Mass . Nov. 19. A forly
fle niliiULo scrimmage featured the Har
vard varsity practice behind closed gates
todav. the varvlty elevens, minus two of
the regulars, ami a second team, rc-ln-forced
with roaches, indulging In a very
strenuous melee. When the smoke cleared
away nine large tallies hud been chalked
up, accruing from three field goals, made
by Brlckley. The ball went over the
crossbars three times from almost tho
same Identical chalk line near the .n.5
yard line. One was at a very difficult
angle, but the "king" was equal to the
occasion. Try as they would, the regu
lar eleven could make little headway In
the line of rushing, Captain Wendell ob
taining the better results.
The coaches were vastly discouraged
with what they observed during the prac
tice nnd kept hounding the men contin
ually to get a move on or usu a basket.
There was a great deal of fumbling and
the play was ragged. Things will have
to be brought along at a good gait to
havo the team working smoothlv for Sat
Harvard Favorite in Betting.
NEW YORK. Nov. in. Betting on
the Harvard-Yalo game has started In
the financial district with the wearers
of the crimson decided favorites as far
as odds arc concerned, but with more
persons anxious to back Yale provided
they can get what the-.- consider proper
odds. Nominal quotations place Har
vard 10 to 7i. with the adherents of the
Cambridge Institution demanding at least
this much and the followers of the blue
demanding 10 to 6. However, there Is
generally some middle ground and there
have been a good many bets placed.
. 5. Cavalry Officers
Win All Honors In
Great Jumping Contest
NEW YORK. Nov 10. The Fulled
States stored a brilliant victory in the
international jumping contest for officers
of all nations at the horse show today,
taking first and second honors In a field
of 2'J, containing representatives of Eng
land. Canada. Holland and Belgium.
Lieutenant C. L. Scott. Thirteenth
United States cavalry, riding Lleutcnnnt
Berkley T. Merchant's Nestoor. was de
clared the winner of the blue ribbon.
Captain Guy V. Henry. Thirteenth cav
alry. finished second on Baz.an.
This was the first International con
test In which the American HUcrs and
horses have made a sweep.
New England won first honors tn the
contest for the Canadian championship
tonight. Princess Charlotte, exhibited
and ridden by Captain Morvyn Crawsbv.
Fifth dragoon guards. England, was
awarded first prize. Sixty-seven officers"
Second prize went to Mural, exhibited
and -Idden by Lieutenant Delvole. Third
lancers, Belgium; third to Citlnc. exhib
ited and ridden by Lieutenant Delvole,
nnd fourth to Poppy, exhibited bv the
L'nltcd States mounted service school,
and ridden by Captain Ben Lear. Jr..
FAVOR BIG MEETING
LONDON. Nov. 19. The proBnoct of an
International university athletic meeting
during the contlns; summer in Amerlcn
have become brighter. The athletes of
Oxford and Cambridge universities are
largely In favor of such a contest.
Nothing definite will be done In the
matter until thi proposal comes formally
befqrc the Cambrldgo unlvcrelty and Ox
ford university athletic clubs.
In the event of Oxford declining to par
ticipate it Is likely that Cambridge will
send . team to oppose the winner? of
the Harvard and Yale competition?.
Mordocai Brown May Umpire.
CHICAGO. Nov. 10. Mordecal Brown,
former Btar pitcher for tho Chicago Na
tional league t-nin, nmj tie. an umpire
In Hi' Amn:i.iu 'tagur vt x r-jsnn.
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Blahhets and Fobs to Be
Awarded Players, As Well
As Lettered Sweaters
The athletic council of the university
met yesterday afternoon and decided upon
sonic radical changes In the matter of
awarda to athletes who win letters. It
has always been customary to present
a football man at the end of each year,
provided he has been a regular member
of the team, with a red sweater orna
mented with a white "U." Some of the
athlcle-s who play several years get more
sweaters than they need, so It was de
cided to make the changes
Henceforth at the end of his llrst year
a man will be given the usual red sweat
er with the white "U" At the end of
the second year he will receive a square,
red blanket ornamented with a white
"I':'' at the end of the third year, a
gold football watch fob and for the
fourth year, white sweaters with red
Awards In other sports will be the
same as In the past except that a second-year
track man will be given a red
bathrobe with a white "U" Instead of
the regulation red sweater coat.
There was a departure from the regu
lar routine of work for the football men
yesterday as the players look their work
out In the form of a soccer game. No
account of the score was kept.
Some of the players are still stiff and
sore from the Colorado college game, but
none of thern were seriously hurt. Ben
nlon's hip Is still lame and Peterson feels
the effect of a blow he received ou the
While Coach Tcelzel of the Aggies was
here Saturday he discussed with Coach
Bcnnlon the matter of officials for the
Thanksgiving day game. Teottfol is very
particular about this matter and was
not satisllcd with any who are at present
available. Bennion. therefore, had Man
ager Cameron wire Lieutenant Nelly and
ask him to get here by the time of the
came. If possible. Nelly will umpire the
Vale-Harvard game next Saturday, but
il Is possible that ho will be back by
MORGAN IS MATCHED
WITH JOHN KILBANE
By International News Scrv.lce.
CLEVELAND. Nov. VJ. -Eddie Mor
gan, the English bantamweight cham
pion, was signed un today by his man
ager. Jimmy Johnson, to meet Johnny
Kllbane. the featherweight champion,
In a twenty-round battle.
No date was selected for th cham
pionship fight, but as soon as bids arc
received the boys will decide upon the
day. in all probability the match will
be grabbed by Los Angeles promoters,
and It Is figured that Christmas day will
be selected. The two stars will weigh
In at 122 pounds ringside. This will be
harder for Kllbane to make than his
chnllenger. The American fcathurwelght
cliampion has taken on a few pounds
since he wrested the title from Abe
Attcll. and finds It rather difficult to
make 121 pounds rlugnlde.
Morgan has been in this country about
ton wecka, and has sccurod dcclslonK
from several boxers from whom Kllbane
had a hard time to win.
"MINERS" MAY SEE
Coach Bennion received word from
Golden last night to the effect that the
Mines team la going to play Pomona col
lege In Los Angeles the Saturday after
Thanksgiving nnd that probably the team
will be in Salt Lake to sec the Aggie
game This would be big card for tho
game. In case the Mines beat Boulder
next Saturday all question as to Utah's
right to the championship will have, bepn
done away with and L'iah will owe a
great deal to the Coldcnitc.
Another Interesting fetuie of the po--ihilltv
Is that at rrs-ni t.ie AgKies ard
I ta'i are In difflmlf - as to Hie o'fl' i,i
nd as U letle ManjKf- Jo . pi-- r of tl -M
toT M tie ag-mob ' i to trii's
t r, f t f Min or iff-'i 'it i, gzm
uo'i 1 be r pan I i-p 1
"Bas)iful Mr. Batch" of
the Pittsburg Ball Club,
Rumored About to Wed
PITTSBURG. Nov. 19. Hans AVagner j
Is to be married. Tho girl Is Miss Bessie j
Smith of West Pittsburg, who blushlngly
said tho reporters would have to see "Mr.
AVagner" about it.
Wagner Is In Arkansas on a hunting
Word came to tho office of the Pitts
burg ball club today that "Chief" Wil
son Is to be married this winter.
"I'll bet If either of the Wagner or Wil
son stories Is true, their girls had to pop
the question," remarked an official of tho
Rivers Declares That
He Will Show Improved
Form Against Mandot
By International News Service.
LOS ANGELESC. Nov. 10. "Mandot
will not hand me one-third the punched
he did the last time we met." todav
declared Joe Rivers, who will meet the
New Orleans boy In a scheduled twenty
round battle at Vernon on Thanksgiving.
Rivers had just completed a strenu
ous workout in the Vernon arena, and
was reclining on the training table while
Abdul tho Turk, worked over him.
"I never fought such a rotten fight In
my life as I put up against Mandot."
continued tho Mexican lightweight. "1
just stood up and let hlin give me all
he had- I took all tho best punches he
could deliver and ho never even stag
gered me. That Is the reason I feel so
confident that 1 can defeat him Thanks
Rivers TCoks to he in fine condition.
He used his telling left hooks today for
the first time in his present training.
These blows are Rlvers'.s host ones
Eddie Campl, the bantamweight, who
Is after a fight with Johnny Coulon. Is
working out with Rivers.
Joe Mandot is preparing hlmsolf nt
Doyle's camp. A regular schedule, jg hc
Ing followed by Mandot. Tho south
erner seems to be gaining admirers
every day. and the camp Is crowded
every afternoon when boxing time draws
No betting on the fight has been
posted, but It Is probable that tho 'eail
wagering will find Mandot a slight favorite.
JORDAN HIGH GETS
GAME FOR SATURDAY
That the high school wotild meet the
Jordan high In football this' season was
decided yesterday afternoon at a confer
ence of Coaches Rli-hoidnon nnd Dutton
The game will be played on Cummlngs
field next Saturday us the state unlver- !
slly has no opponent billed for that date. I
Conch Richardson is utrengthcnlng the
offensive work of his Junior crow, as he '
ruall7.es tlilf will be the ono weaknes.s
when they meet the Grand Junction
Some of the first team hoys hava been
missing practice the last week. In some
cases this Is necesnary. for the boys arc
behind in laboratory work.
JJpl f Tho30 suffering from won
py nospes that sap tho pleasures
SB of life should take Juvcn Pllia.
Coupon Tuoy. uavo "wo rejuvenating,
163 vitalizing force than has ever
'before been offered. Sentpost
paid in plain package only on receiptor Si and
above, coupon by ('. I. Hood Co., proprietors
Hood's faarsaparilla, Lowell, Miss.
Aiiin iiiiimwii w 'r'n snwcautim1 mi
Seniors and Freshmen
Win Basketball Games
In High School Series
The class basketball scries at the high
school opened yesterday afternoon with
the freshmen winning from the sopho
mores, and the seniors defeating tho jun
iors. The two winning teams will play
for the school title during the ilrst week
after Thanksgiving vacation. Eoth
games were speedy and showed good ma
terial for the llrst team squad. Bean,
at center for tho seniors, played a strong,
heady game. He was taken out after
the llrst half to give Hlllam a chance.
'Phis chango nearly cost thf. seniors the
game, as the juniors were enabled to
come from behind and lead the seniors
by ono point until tho last few seconds
of play, when Captain Cahoon bv a
lucky throw made a basket. In "this
half the Juniors outplayed their oppo
nents, keeping the ball near their goal
nearly all of the lime. The Una I score
was: Seniors. 1G; juniors, 15. FVank
Rogers rf Rawlins
Cahoon (captain)... .If Sellars
Bean. Hlllam c. . McCaslln (capt.J
Hayward, Blgclow. . .rg Hcaly. Maync
Oden Ig Bullet
in tho freshman-sophomore game the
playing of Leonard and Rydalch was best
for the sophs, while the freshlc victory
was due to the work of Holt and Lam
bert. Rawlins of the Junior team ref
erccd this contest, which ended with a
score of 11 to 10 In favor of the fresh
men. The lineup:
Rydalch (captain i. . rf . . Davis (captain)
Caffey If Lambert.
Tresoder ,,...c flolt
Duffln rg Donkln
Leonard Ig. . , Rowe
HOPPE MUST WlP I
Should He Luse Toniglt f,
Morning-slar, Three f 'i
Tie for Honor, f .
NEW VORK. Nov. 10 -All UiltK j
the twenty-eight scheduled gamen 7
been played In the professional lSiU
lino world's championship billiard ti
mont. and the flnnl match bctwtciiU F.
the champion, and Monungstar, ' vi ,
decided tomorrow night. ai "
At the close of tonight's pluyf '
Is In tho lead with live games wo
ono lost. Slos&on has non tie ail f
two, and Mornlngalar has won fot f
lost two. If Hoppc beats Morn! S
tomorrow ho will win the touro
and retain the championship, but';
MorningMlar win there will bu aV n
tie for llrst place between Uoppi$ 1
sun and Moinlngstar, which will)
fitate extra games. Jj; -
Tonight. Slosson played a iine ga.
II Innings, defeating ("Hue, r.uo H
Slosson's best effort was in tile. It i
third inning, when be galhcici 3
points. a: i
Vamada treated the spectators ta '
pretty billiards In winning the gumi ?
Taylor, who has only scored onev !
out of seven games. The scores:? 1
Slosson. GOD; average. 16 4-31: hlgt t
111. 71. 1?,.
Cllne. :!0C; average, t 'J7-31, high'1 !
13. 51, 25. W I'
Vamada, ii 00 : average. 1'5. hlglf ,r
S3. 57. 55. Iq
Taylor, 273; average, II 7-ID, high
5L -I-'. 32.
Only one game was played thlsl;
noon, that being Demaroat and Sf:
in which tho former won by a scir
Demarcst had an easy time defi i
Sutton, as the latter still is off hlsj z
Demarcst played pretty billiards ai n
out In his twenty-llist 'nning, wit' rj
Demurest. 500: average. 23 l'i-21-j I
runs, 120, 01, 51. i
Sutton. 100; average. S, high niJ i
,7' "U & i
Lipton Will Bring Yachal
Via Panama Canal &
San Francisco in 1-
SAN FRANCISCO. Nov 19. Af i
sentativo gathering of Pacific! s.
yacht and motor boa I clubs was U H
Sir Thomas J. Lipton today thi it
would offer a trophy to be contest) r
at the Panama Pacific exposition!: a
lng regatta. p
"I will be here In 101.. and wllli ,.
the Shamrock IV". ami will race herj r
said Sir Thomas. "Whether I ffl l
the international even's of 1915 01 .
I am going to make this port. L
"Vou must realize that the cana
bring England and Europe S000J
nearer by water than t Jo are no (.
that It will bring all our yachtsin j1
here sooner or later. There w 4
fleets from all over tho world, an
will have no end of chances forJ! n
"Do not try to confine vourseJv fc
yachting. You want rowing racetf.il
pinning, sailing, motorhoat ruclnji
distance racing for suitable classy v
would suggest that the programn
arranged for If possible by March.1, "
foreigners will not want to mlsi .
events In Europe in the summer
they should be allowed time toj ;
here nnd return." JC
Cuffcy Outpoints Thomas.$
CLEVELAND, Ohio. Nov. 10. -3 t
Duifey of Buffalo received tho de 4
on points over Ilarrv Thomas. thf
llsh lightweight, at the close ofjj i
twelve-round light here tonlgr t. 7?
bout was fast g
I in overcoats!
tUOTf SUITS, PANTS
m All of them Clothes of the Better Sort,
i their new home at fm
I ISO Middle Main 1
fel We can prove to you that you can buy jusjKJ
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9 on West Second South.
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I ALFORD BROS. COl
I 150 MIDDLE MAIN