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I SILK HAT HARRY'S DIVORCE SUIT -:- . S5i5f5i ,r-- By Ta f
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TO PLflYTHE HIS
Utah SupjDorters Are Anxious
That Decisive Game Be
Played With Coloradoans.
Couch Beimlon of Utah university will
nitibably refuse to meet the Golden team
on December 7.. Bennlon feels that de
spite the claims of the Golden men to a
le that he has the bost right to the
r ampionahip title and that In playing
1.c post season game he would have
jerytblnpr to lose and nothing to win.
Apart from the fact that the conch thinks
t needless to play the Mines ho also
'ears that ho would bo unablo to keep
o!h men in condition until the time of
hc same. The fellows are right on edge
no. and under such itrlcl training rules
It would be a difficult matter to keep
'hem Jn the proper fighting trim,
llowovcr. Colorado people mlglit rca
vmably put forth the same argument In
regard to the Miners and go further and
say that such a long train ride as the
.Mines havo to take would tend to take
he edge off of them. Tho Mines do not
'aim the title themselves, hut claim
an equal tight to it with Utah and douht
lc?s will chargo Utah with having "cold
fool" or at least with being anxious to
hide behind technlcaltlca If they refuso
Thc came Of course all Utah hackers
.onstdcr Utnh already entitled to thc
(hampioiiRhlp and tholr ntand in probably
t. .lust one, but even the most ardent
supporter would like to see all doubt
ilcared away and with thc opportunity so
dose at hand think that tho game would
ic a great thing for Utah.
Tim opinion 3ecmR to prevail that in a
second meeting Utah would repeat
Ub victor.'.'. Thc game would be played
on Cummlngs field and with over a week
o train between tho Aggie gamo and
'he Golden game tha men should be In
enlondld form. Then again, thoro Is 3tlll
'he fact that Utah has nl ready whipped
he Mines, and decisively too. and when
a team once demonstrates Its superiority
' vor another team It Is more than likely
that it can do so again.
Reunion has not said finally that he
vll not play, hut has expressed himself
as oppored to thc game. Thc matter will
he taken up in the special meeting of tho
pthlrUc council tills afternoon and dc
!ded once and for all.
The excitement over the prospects of
another illuea gamo will not detract tho
attention of the boys from the game with
hc Utah Assies next Thursday. While
ell this championship talk Is floating
v round it must he remembered that the
Utah Aggies havo a real rootball team
and that them in a possibility of their
trlmmlnc thc Mormons. In which event
thorc would be no need of thc second
game with thc Mines as tho latter would
have a clear right to the title.
There am only three more days to prac
'Ice before the game and It will he neces
sary to two them of the best of advantage
a-i tho Argios never trained In tholr
"vh ns they aro doing now. They have
alu?Uy convinced themselves and tholr
ackers that they are golm: to win from
Utah This lo demonstrated by thc fact
Miat one of the Aggies who was In town
'e?trday stated that BmnIon need not
worry over tho Mines gamo as after
Thu-day h would be figuring how ho
lad a better right to second place than
I FRESH EN RETURN
FROM LOSING TRIP
Ti.c university frcahlcs returned soro
jind badly battered from Albion ycMor
day. where the Idaho Normal school ad
ministered a. severe drubbing to them.
None of the fellows had any erica of
'robhir" or hard luck, but simply raid
tliat the weight of thn Albion team was
'oo much for thorn and they woro unable
o ptand th attack. From tho reports
f the freshman, thc Idaho team weighed
on tho average 170 pounds lo tho man.
Bccldcs Ihls, thev were well trained, were
fast and knew the game, Thc field tho
gnm- was played on sloped conMdoranlv
and on the to up the Alhlonltes won
tho down hill. After a few moments thev
started a fierce attack and rolled tho
reshks rljrht over their own goal.
Tho fro?hincn wero given the best of
rcatment by the opposing team and by
thu townnpcoplo as well. Had thc fresh
men been In better condition they fuel
'lint In the second half when thny had
'h downhill they could have scored.
However, they wero tired out by tho end
of thc first half and lack of strength
amounted to tho ame 03 thn downhill ad
vantage on the first half and thc Idaho
men remained masters of thc game. None
of tl r freshmen arc seriously hurt and
idj will probably be able- to help out In
preparing- tho varsity for their Aggie
Wk Something for Noth
II IT Estimates, Designs aud
II Consultations given checr-
fully on all glass jobs.
HI Come on, now; let's get nc-
1 THE CULMER CO.
I Glass. Was. 3200
W Glazing. 355 S.W.T.
Larry Doyle Drove in
; More Runs For Giants
Than Any of His Mates
Lurry IDoyle did nof lead the Giants in
batting last season, but he did show tho
way to the rest of his, teammates in driv
ing In runs, on ability that helped the Mc
Grawltcs to many a victory, and that
undoubtedly procured for him many vote3
from tho Chalmers Jury as being tho Na
tional league's most valuable player. The
auto winner was responsible for 97 of tho
runs made by tho Giants last season, that
being the number of tallica to which he
put tho finishing touches, either through
tho medium of safo hits, sacrifice flics or
Flvo other members of tho Now York
club batted In 50 or moro runs, Johnny
Murray ranking next to Doyle, with SS:
Fred Snodgrass fourth, with 63; "Chief"
Meyers fifth, with HS, and Beals Becker
sixth, with 51.
Doyle found the St. T.ouls and Boston
pitchers the ensleal, and tho Chicago
pitchers thc hardest lo hit last season,
lie hit at a .377 clip in tho series with
St. Louis and with Boston, while In thc
games with the Cubs he batted only .2S0.
Doyle's avcrago against the Brooklyn
twlrlcrs was .323, against tho Pittsburg
pitchers .30S, against tho Cincinnati curv
crs .302 and against the Philadelphia de
liver' clerks .2.14.
Doyle made five hits in ono game last
season, procuring three singles, a double
and a triplo off FYommc. Kcefe and
Fletcher of Cincinnati on .Tune 5. Thrice
Larruping Larry acquired four hits ns
his day's work, these being tho dates on
which ho manufactured a. quartette of
safeties: April 1C, against Boston, Ty
ler and Dickson pitching, seven total
bases; May I. against Philadelphia, Sea
ton and Schultz pitching, seven total
bases, and May 6. against St. Louis, Sal
Ice pitching, seven total bases.
NAVY AND ARMY TO
BE READY FOR FRAY
By International News Service
ANNAPOLIS. Md Nov. 21. The naval
academy football team will start tomor
row on its final -preparations for tho
gfimo ncalnst thc military academy eleven
on Franklin field, Phlladolphla. Thc sub
stantial victories over thc North Caro
lina Aggies and tho University of Now
York encourages tho navy contingent
greatly and it Is believed hero that the
chances of another victory this year aro
at least oven. It Is held that Individually
tho navy team la stronger than the i
tinny anil that the team work will Jin
prove greatly during tho week. '
Norman Olcott. tho old Yale lineman,
who has assisted with the navy coach
ing on several occasions, finished his
work with tho University of New York
on Saturday and will remain with tho
naval academy team until after thc
game. .Jack Cates, ateo a former Yale
player and navy flold coach, will dovoto
consider.-! bio lime (o tho team this week.
A number of positions on the team arc
uncertain and Head Coach Howard is
unable to even forecast thc full make
up of tho team at thc start of the army
Kamo. It Is certain that two fullback
fields will he used. nodes. Leonard. Mc
iHeavy and Harrison will probably start
and will be alternated with Nichols, Alex
ander, Falling and Cook, with porhupn
Monday's Jamestown Entries.
First ltacc Elcvcn-slxtoenths of a
Wt. Tndcx.lWt. in(ier
fiSKr. Votos .. ..100 G557 J. Kellog .11''
G570 Battery ....103 Go7l Corn Cr'k'r.ll''
M Huds Maid.lOD Centurion ..112
HS01 Trillcr .. ..109 6SR0 Acton ... IP
fir38 Hands A P0! fioCH Arnin ... "10a
G53S Gardenia ,.10fl G5G3 Falrv Ci ion
G5i"i7 Cogs 112 G72S TUcliland .'.'.100
6550 R. IT. Gi.y.112 G571 L'Alglon Vl l'
Second P.acc Scvcn-clghths of a'mlle"
G-ltw Ycnghoe .. .103I G571 Federal .. 103
G571 CI. Brush. .103! G53D Karlv Light 100
Gf.71 Strenuous .1001 6553 Nash Cash 'tin
G570 Contln't'I ..10j G570 Brynarv ii"
GoSS Bnmogut ..10t
Third Race Three-quarters of a mllo.
G5C2 Wood Dovc.100 -1512 It. Account.lll
6572 Fond 100 65GI Scarlet P . Ill
G.1G0 Vilcv .. ...101 G5G7 Card In .. .'.Ill
6575 M. .Mom's .101 6002 Bodkin .. Ill
Hcrmls Jr.. 10-1 592S ,Io(. GaltensilOO
4092 Little Pal.. 101 C7 Callsso .....107
fiStU Bay Cliff ..101 GIGS Toddllnc ...105
G5GB Rubicon ...1071652-1 West. Belle-105
Fourth P.acc Mllo and onc-nlxtocnth.
6574 JHamma ...10016574 Lochlol 115
6571 Kormack ..10816565 Guy Flohcr.llS
G56tJ starry Lad.lll
P'lfth Racj Three-quarters of a mile
6169 Sylvan DclI.lOOl 5197 Grecian B..10S
09938 D. Dairy... 100 Go7i Theo Coolc.lOS
6316 Tonlatu ...105 6559 Harvey F...103
5274 Grnnlda. ...105 6561 Inolem'-nt .111
5926 J. Howell. ..105 6575 MIndlnclto '.115
6546 C. Curran .105 CSiTt Dipper .. ..101
6561 Monkey ...105' 6575 Lady Sybil 101
G562 Jacoblto ...108:6567 Onagor . ..103
Sixth Race Three-quarters of a mil"
6400 Premier ...103 6027 R. Meteor 11 L
6572 Clem B'hy.lOS 6576 Chemulpo ..111
6.71S Jack Nuny.lOS C545 Moncrlof ...111
G29D Yenota S...10S 6567 Towton P.. .114
656S Borkel'jv -.108 6572 J. Dcnman .114
6576 C. Castle ..10S 6573 Ben Loyal.. 114
61S2 Spellbound .1 OS! 0562 Chilton S. ..100
Seventh Race Mile and ono-slxtconth
649S St. Joseph.. SSI 6561 Shclbv .. ..103
6593 Haldeman .101' 6439 S. Barber.. .103
6502 The Squire. 101 1 5731 Harlom L. .103
686S Emily Lco.101, 6527 Montagnlo .10G
6562 Outlan .. ..101 1 6567 Sldon 106
6525 Littlo Ep . .101! 6561 Cheer Up -.106
6572 Kaufman ..103' 6572 Ed. Grn.ney.10D
6516 C. Curran .1081 6562 A. Sellers ..109
Wrestler Wants Bont.
Eureka. Utah, Nov. 22. 1912.
Sporting Kdltor Salt Lake Tribune.
Dear sir I would like h, spneo In
your sporting page for a challcngo
to any heavyweight wrestler at
catch-as-catch-can, Police Gazette
rules, and woidd al?o consider anv
challenge from a wrestler with a
I want this lo bo pulled off for th
benefit of tho Eureka peoplo on
account of having Mint friends" who
would llko to see mo In action.
Would like to have it polled off about
Dec amber 10.
Thanking you In advitnee for vour
I -pt.ro and trouble, I am jours vciv
I ?tngo Drr,M P.VDDV MURPHY
I iincki, Utah, j
"BIB IE" TEIMS
Michigan May Return to the
Conference and a Division
CHICAGO. Nov. 24. Tho return of thc
University of Michigan to thc "big nine"
conference arid Its participation In con
ferenco athletics no lates than next
spring 13 predicted by men in touch with
tho situation hero today after a secret
meeting of conference representatives
who got together at the close of tho foot
ball season. A disruption of the "b!g
nine" Into two conferences is said to be
a coming event foreshadowed by tho pre
dicted return of Michigan.
That the agitation for the return of
Michigan Is definite Is shown by the
appointment of a committee to take up
thc matter with tho University of Mich
igan senate. If that body approves, a
mooting will be arranged with the other
. Tho meeting of representatives of the
universities was held late last night bo
hind closed door3. Only members of
alumni bodies and athletic boards were
present, no faculty members taking part,
but at its conclusion it was said that
Michigan's Immediate return Is assured.
The universities of Chicago and Illinois
aro willing to welcome Michigan back. It
Is said. Thc only feature of Michigan ath
lctics not In accord with conference cus
toms Is thc training table, and Michigan
Is said to be willing to forego this. The
University of Minnesota has been urging
the return of Michigan for some lime."
Thc enlarged confcrcnco might bo con
sidered unwieldy and tho suggestion of
Michigan again becoming a member of
thc "big nine" brought forth in intimation
that splitting up tho organization might
bo tho next thing with the largor uni
versities In a "big four" or "big five"
and other membera in a similar organiza
tion. Michigan StuHents Pleased.
ANN ARBOR, Mich.. Nov. 21. Tho
news of a possible resumption of athletic
relations between Michigan and somo of
tho large woslorn colleges was received
with satisfaction by a majority of the
student body hero.
Nothing definite has reached Ann Ar
bor regarding thc negotiations at Chi
cago. Director Barlohnc, who attended
thc meeting, declining In a long-dlstanco
telephone conservation to tell what col
leges wero represented.
Willie the students would welcome a.
rcnowal of friendly relations with mem
bers of tho "big nine," they Insist that
Michigan should not bo compelled lo ac
copt all thc rulings of that body as at
present constituted, and that a return to
thc conference should not inlcrforo with
Michigan's relations with Pennsylvania,
Cornell and Syracuse.
FRAMPTONS WIN THE
WEST SIDE TITLE
The Framplon A. C, defeated tho Mal
i onoy A.C. at the Pacific grounds yes lord ay
I morning, thereby winning tho amateur
championship football title of tho west
side: and unless challenged by thc east
side teams tho city title as well. Tho
Frampton boys under the leadership of
Gus Iiackman hnd no difficulty In run
ning up a big score, tho final count be
ing lnunptons 39, Maloncy 12. The suc
cess of tho victors lay In the end runs
of Sorcnfion and Bult, while Captain
Backman's llno-plunglng was of thc first
quality. Tho Moloney aggregation made
two touchdowns, both made possible by
Quarterback R. Maloncy taking tho ball
for largo gains through center. Jones
and SchtilUs In the backficld did some
first-class work. Lineup:
Frampton A C. Maloney A. C.
!?"J$--v Kc Nowells
J. Morris l.t Mackey
G. Bishop c A. Malonoy
.Ia"lfi" r-f Douglas
R, Bishop r.t Gary
O. Sorcnson r.o Fldi
Pickett l.hb j0,7,.j
Choules f.b Kohultss
Backmnn (captain.. r.hb Sullivan
F.Morris. q.h K. Maloncv (cant.)
Referee Bath (Jackson).
Salt Lako City, Nov, 2.1, 1912.
Notice is hereby given that, a non
partisan convention of tho voters of
tho Second municipal ward will ho
hold at. tho Grand wihool building, on
Hr.st West between Sixth and Seventh
South streets, on "MonHav evening at
S o'clock, November 2o, "1912, f.or thc
pnrpoeo of nominating two candidates
for tho city school board, to be voted
for at tho forthcoming election, one
for tho two-year term and one for tho
W, K. YIGUS, "Republican Chairman.
.TOSEPIT If. irASLAM, Dcm. Chairman.
I. J. STAJIBUCK. Prog. Chairman.
The Commercial Guard & Safetv as
toelatlon. a corporation, has h?on organ
ized In this city for tho purpoeo of pro
tecting lives and property, especially dur
ing the night.
Patrolmen have been ongageo with po-
lice power to do this work, and wo re
spectfully solicit your patronage. For
particulars call at our office or writo us
at 56 W, 4th So. su
Solicitors will call on you and explain
our method nnd any particulars. kl960
NOTICE OF STOCKHOLDERS' MEET
ING. Notlco Is hereby given that the annual
meeting of thn stockholders of the Ge
mini Mining company wJU bo held at the
offlc of the company, room 723 Keams
building. Main street. Salt Lake City.
Utah, on Monday, tho 2nd day of De
cember. 131?. at " o'clock p. m.. for thc
election of directors for the ensuing yix,
nnd for tlm transaction of such other
business as may bo brought before tho
JAMFS K BERKLEY. Secretary
Dated Nov. 12, 1312. J;lSS
VIE ILL CUE
Blue's Failure lo Win From
Harvard and Princeton
Causes New Departure.
By International News Service.
NEW HAVEN, Conn., Nov. 24.Pluns
for a radical change in Yalo's football
coaching system win bo taken up by
tho new athletic committoo during the
winter, but it is Impossible to forecast
their action. Most of the older football
alumni wish a graduate coach of ex
perience appointed for a sorles of years,
demanding that a progressive system be
established and pointing out that Yalo
has won from Harvard and Princeton
only once in thft past four years.
Yale's football coaching headquarters
at tho Hotel Taft wero closed tonight
for thc season. .Head Coach IIowo has
gone to his home in Now Jcrsev and
will devoto tho remainder of this "school
year to V. M. C. A. work, lie may study
law later. Line Coach McDevIll has
gono to Annapolis to drill tho navy
guards this week and Seullv and Vaughn
havo gone to their homes.
Yale's football receipts for ' tho season
iJIAam?l,nt to about S73,000. Including
$3l.00l from the Harvard game. $2$,00i)
trom the Princeton game, 510,000 from
the Brown gamo and tho remainder from
minor contests. This will bo easily in
creased by $100,000 In another year with
tho opening of thc new concrete stadium
at Yalo and thc gamo in thc Harvard
Yalo'a outlook for next season Is fair
with Talbot, Kctcham. Pendleton, War
ren, Avery. Flynn. Carter, Arnold,
Pumpclly. Markle, Castles and Cornell of
this fall's veterans in tho squad.
Kctcham, center, will probably ho
elected captain next week. In caso thc
prcsont coaching system is continued.
Spalding. Philbin, Bomclster and Coonoy
will probably be the coaching staff for
Felton Given Credit.
By International News Service.
CAMBRIDGE, Mass.. Nov. 21. Coach
; Percy D. Maughton of Harvard, la a
statement made today, attributed Har
vard's victory over Yale solely to the
grand punting of Felton and tho general
all-around cxcellcnco of the remainder
ol (ho team.
Tho majority of thc players arrived
home today, well and Iwppy. Rut one
man has an Injury that Is at all trouble
some. That is Storor. His knee Is bad
ly wrenched and water on thu knee Is
feared. He Is at his homo in Boston. Tho
others arc stiff and soro. but otherwise
Harvard's prospccla for noxt season
aro rather promising. Captain Wendell.
Parmenter, Gardner and Felton ar tho
only members of the eleven who gradu
ate. Brodloc, who has substituted for
Wendell all fall with great success, and
Wlgglcsworth, substituto center, arc the
only men of thc nine substitutes who
mado tholr letters Saturday who roluru
next year. BrMcley. Uardwlck. PcnnocK.
Trumbull and O'Brien made the coveted
"H" for lhcs ilrsl time Saturday, and
Wigglcsworth. Grausteln. Llngard. Brad
ley, Holllstor, T. Frothingham. Lawson
and Drlscoll ateo earned their Initials, live
of tho nlno being practically gifted with
them becmisu of thn one-sided score and
thrco years of faithful service.
Storor and Hitchcock, both juniors and
tackles, are the foremost candidates for
By TnlornatIotr.il Now Service.
CAMBRIDGE, Mass., Nov. 21. Charlos
Edward Brickloy, tho hero of yesterday's
Harvard-Yale fool ball contest, celebrated
his twenty-fourth birthdav with his fain
Uy at his home In Everett today.
Of thc 17(5 points scored bv Harvard
during tho present season Urlcklcy has
counted 01 point, over half of what his
team has made. Nine touchdowns, 13
field goals and a goal following a touch
down is his record. At a drop-klrker he
stars and ho made this his specialty
seven years with the one hope of assist
ing Harvard to defeat a Yale team.
Ho prepared for Harvard at the Everott
high school, where he played halfback
for four yunra and then spent a year
at Exeter. He captained his freshman
team at Harvard and made tint varsity at
right halfbnek from the start.
Rrlckley In a wholesome, democratic
fellow, and Is workinjc hl wuv through
college. Ho doos not like football as well
as baseball. He stands very high in his
studies and deelres that hlatorv is till
favorite study. He is five feet 10 Inches
tall, is a n nil-round athlete and weighs
about IS l pounds.
Salt Lake City, Sov. 21, 11)12.
A mas: convention of the votors of
the Fifth ward for the purpose of so
Joctinsr one candidate for member of the
school board from the Fifth ward of
Salt Lako City. Uth, to be voted for
at. tho election to be held on the -1th
dav of December, 1012 will be hold at
the Iiryunt school building-, on the north
side of First South, between Seventh
and Eighth East streets, at 8 o'clock p.
m. on ..Monday, thc 25th day of Novom
bcr. A. D. 1912.
All votors of whatsoever party are
invited to bo present and take part in
tho proceedings of this convention.
A. T. MOON.
Pifth ward chairman for tho Progres
Fifth ward chairman for the Democratic
ROBERT L. -J HDD.
Fifth ward rhnirman for the Republican
Sox Will Hold Attention
During Training Season
T AST spring, omitting only Bill Dahlen,
bos of the Brooklyn Trolley Dodg
ers, and Jack Hendricks, chief of thc
Denver Grizzlies. Jake Stahl attracted
less interest or attention than any of tho
diamond dignitaries holding forth in Ar
kansas Hot Springs. The big nolso was
Kred Clarke, the Pittsburg chieftain. It
was ar6und the .fourteenth succosslvc
spring Clarke had his famous family at
the Spa. In addition to Clarke, there
was Uonus Wagner. Tommy Leach, now
a Cub; Babo Adams, hero of the 1909
world's series: Mike Donlln, Bobby Byrne,
Howard Camnlt7:. Chief Wilson, Marty
O'Toole and other brave Buccaneers for
the populace to rubber at4 Furthermore,
Magnate Barney Dreyfuss controls the
park that has the location and gets tho
play. Tho Pirates'' dally matineo at
Whlttington park generally attracted a
banner mob. Yours truly doubts if J.
Stahl averaged fifty paid admissions dally
at Majestic park, on thc south end.
After Clarke came Charley Dooln. The
sun-ciowned manager of the Phillies hob
nobbed in the spotlight, and thc ougs had
It that his outfit was the dark boss
that had to be watched In the National
league race. For toplincrs Dooln was
offering Alexander and Chalmers, the
two greatest young twlrlers in captivity;
Earl Moore, that splendid old vet.; the ;
LARGE CROWDS SEE
Mandol and Rivers Perform
Training Stunts Before .
13Y H. M. WAIiKER.
LOS ANGELES. Nov. 24. Over six
thousand followeis of the boxing gamo
travelled to Vernon this afternoon, whero
they were rewarded with every training
camp novolly from fancy bag punching
to the knockdown punishment of thc cver
' suffering sparring partner.
Mcxiean Joe Rivers worked in the great
pino amphitheater of the Pacific Athletic
club, tho same arena that will be the
scene of his Thanksgiving dny contest
with Joe Mandol of New Orleans.
A hulf-tnllc up Santa Fe avenue Mandot
was working in the ring of thu Doylo
camp and su great was the crush lo see
the Frenchman in action that an admis
sion fee was charged.
Klvcrs began boxing at 3 o'clock. Man
dot did noUput on the gloves until 3:n0
Through with Ills preliminary work,
which he had featured by knocking a hole
in his punching bag, Rivers began boxing
with little Eddie C'ampl, tho San Fran
cisco bantam. Joe was careful not to
hurt his helper, but in the second round
landed o s-hnrp left that sent Campl
staggering back against the ropes.
The Callforulan's next rlngmato was
"Young" Iluddy. a pompadourcd plodder
weighing close to 1 15 pounds. Joe cut
loose with this blc boy and mauled him
about the four sides of Iho rlng for Iwci
rounds, scoring a short chop that dropped
iluddy to the door.
Charley Dalton finished up with thc
Mexican, this bout, being more of a
wrestling and lugging match than an ex
hibition of sparring. Rivers' brown skin
was bathed In it flow of perspiration and.
according to all indications, the boy is In
If there was one flaw In his work of
(ho afternoon It was his Inability to Judge
distance. With both Campl and Hudtly
It was noticed that Joe was missing swing
after swine In a manner unusual for him.
Rivers will he handicapped by a slight
cut over his eye. an Injury which oc
curred during a ramp bout over a week
ago. This cut broke open afresh and bled
a (rifle. As he Intends boxing tomorrow
and Tuesday the Injury cannot, be ex
pertodto heal before lie faces Mandot.
The' weight to be made Is 13.1 ring
side. Rivers claimed to tip the beam at
131 when he finished work today. Mandot
Is well under the lightweight limit and
may go into the ring as light as 123
Mandot's first opponent was thc old
reliable "Hobo" Dougherty and for two
rounds the New Orleans lad unmercifully
poked the mouth, nose and uyes of the
Stout little Hilly Cappelll tried bus rush
ing attack against .Mandot. but only ro
cufved a sound slx-mlnute lacing for hip
pains. An awkward volunteer named Hat
ton had enough work to satisfy hint In
ono round and called It quits. "Cyclone"
Sehjff lived up to his name bv rushing
In pellmell fashion after Mandot. who
coolly stiffened his man up with Jabs
that sent Seblff from the platform with
a crimson mouth.
"What is your Idea of Thursday's bout?
'Way down deep In your heart what do
you think will happen?" -was asked of
"I certainly expect to win or I would
n't hsve made the match," answered Joe
"I make no plan of battre until I get In
ildo the ring. In this ic I am making
no knockout promlnes. 1 am going to
box to the best o.f m.v ability in order
to win .and tha worst I look for In the
deelalon at the end of thc twentieth. I
may win sooner, but wc don't talk about
Rivers Is a bit more confident and from
his action an well as -his words It Is easy
to see that he figures himself a winner
under the twenty-round limit.
"Mv last go against Mandot was onr
of the 7oorest fights I ever put up," ai
mlts Joe. "I simply could not get going
nnd not once during thc twenty roundc
did I land my real punch. I don't think
that Mandlt Is built to stand up under
tho punch that. I pull when r am rlghl.
I'm going to bo right this time and Man
dot won't finI mo walling for his long
arm stuff thrs time. Im going to crowd
him and he'll liave to mix It with me.
Aftfcr the ffrst mix-up I'll know what 1
can do for this clever bird."
"While Mhndot Is the favorite In thc
I betting, hf l only expected lo outpoint
Rivcm awl win with a decision- If a
knockout Is ycorcd Rivera Is thn mart
picked tc put ovr the finishing Jol.
modest O. Knabe. the handsome II. Lo
bert. thc awkwardly graceful M. Doolan
and tho bearcat. S. Magce. At hotel
dances, in club life, on thc boulevards and
on tho baseball grcon It was Clarke and
Dooln and their respcctlvo sets oi war
riors that tho D. O. P- worshiped and
pointed out. Jake Stahl and his now
celebrated outfit was quartered at tho
Eastman hotel. Tho Pirates also stopped
at that hostelry.
Clarke wa3 the manager tho sharps en
thused over and tho bell hops salnmmcd.
Wagner, O'Toole. Donlln and Company
were the players to bask in the spotlight.
Whenever Stahl was noticed, or discussed,
he was referred to as "tho big fellow
being tried out by Boston, ' or "Ban John
son's Pet." or "tho guy who won't Inst
tho season." Joe Wood, Bedlent. Bill
Carrlgan, Yerkes, Gardner. Charley Wag
ner, Duffy Lewis, Hooper ct al. were
barely observed. Trls Speaker, already
an established diamond hero, got his
boosts. Otherwise, the Red Sox woro a
Next spring it will he different. Jake
Stahl, who has always been swcot on
Arkansas Hot Springs, recently sent down
word that not only will he continue using
tho Spa as the tralninc rendezvous for
his champions, but that by mid-January
ho will be on deck and that ho will be
joined by half a dozen others.
mm w ike
High School Players Will Not
Return and Second Team
Must Uphold Title. .
The high school team thai Is? undoubt
edly the speediest aggregation e.vcr round
ed up at the west side institution will go
to pieces with thc close of tho present
season. It will lose every man who has
distinguished the team as an all-alate
eleven, with thc posHiblc exception of
Clifford Naylor, the crack tackier, who
may possibly return next year. Ward.
Breckon. Oleson. Wilson, .lesson. Kllpat
rlck. Cahoon. Ycates and Judd will com
plete their high school education with the
present term and even should they be
persuaded to return, most of these boys
have played their full tlmo at high school
football. Thus It appears the high school
may lose the state title unless her second
team can In one year shift entirely to
championship form. The Jordan high
school at Sandy which defeated the
youngsters this season will loso hardly
a man and with the exodus of stars from
the other state institutions, it looks as
though Con eh Diulon's farmer will be
the chief contenders for tho Red and
Black scalp next fall.
Ono reason for Coach Richardson send
ing thc younger team on nn out-stale irln
Is In the hope of scnsonlng them to fight
ing a stronger bunch under the unfavor
able conditions necessarily presontod on
opponents' field, and also with the view of
ascertaining Just what the Indians can
rely upon for next year. Romney. the
btrength of the younger team's hackfleld.
may be back In school next winter- If
so his drop-kicking would give him n
steady Job at fullback: J Wilson at right
half: Mills at right end. and Mulvcy al
quarterback are all clnssy performers, but
light, and to make them championship
claimants a little beef is needed. The ten
or twelve months necessary, however, iua
bo easily added, as they are all growing
boys, none over 1C years of ac.
"K Defeats "D."
Company 1C at Furl Douglas defeatrd
company D at football vest onlay "ii (lie
Fort Douglas leld by the score of 3? to
0. Company K wishes to meet nny amu
tcur team In the city.
ilLL!E HOPPE Pinf
CHAMPION HI 1
Ritchie Alarmed Lest Sparrow
Partners Injure Acl Before
By International News Service. I 'i, SI
SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 21.-V1
IToppe. wearing a pair of tcn-oi
gloves, 'knocked the lightweight cham PI
of the world. Ad Wolgast, flat on
back today. And It wasn't a falce kn i
down, either. i
It wan In the second period of on If. CI
the most vklous training bouts ever i a,
eil off In n local gymnasium. A tor -tr. I
right swing caught Wolgast. flash oni -.Phi
jaw and ho dropped heavily to the f &r,
He got up In a duzed condition and, eh
after the Butchortown lad, but Hi Jr
stood by his gnns and mined right 7v
lefts on Wo 1 gas I' s head and body. .n'
Once In the opening round IToppe bv n,T '
that same heavy right to thc ehamp j;
none. while In close quarters and. Sji i
champion sank to his haunches, t, S,!
Wolgast. as proud and gritty .13 1 ''pi
lore after his novlco opponent, lie lii "et 1
desperately at the youngster and H i? o
stood too to toe wilh him. Manager. vL
Jones had a grim smile on his fnco, ',$3
ho was worried and had reason to be; , i
The champion continued on with j pi
bulldotr tenacity and In the third r j,' g,
he buffeted the local hoy aroundi r
ring. Had thc round been a m! ,.
longer the chances aro that Hoppe t Jf' lY
have paid for his frivolity by rrccivl f.1
Wolgast spat blood repeatedly a r, J
forced Hoppe around the ring and 1
gory marks on Iho local bov'r. face '
for "the battering that he received ! ?ri bl
closing session. At the end of ;
round the champion ?al on the rop iw. I
his corner and panted heavily "SP
pcareii weary and tired. His wind U '. B
near as good as 11 should he. ' r;!
About his waist Ad still bas enclrd !
heavy flannol bandage. He Is miiisi wna
big In thin section of his anatomy nr -"j.
trying to reduce to the normal mona nt!,
iimnls. He trruts (Ills an a joke nnd;
It will only make him train harder t V. a
down to the cal!ed-for weight limit..: m,
The news that Wolgast had -. un, I
dropped In bis training bout with V I
Hoppe. reached Ritchie, und the ) Cine
Francisco lad was probably a-i snrpi dinle
as Wolgast himself had brcn wliei St. 1
was hit. ird.
"Goodness. 1 only hope those fcl r, Ik
don't Injure Wolgast." said Ritchie.! Bost
(hey will leave him for mo I wit 3, CI
eha'niDlon of the world on Ihc evcnlrt a, c
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