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1 1 10 THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, TUESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 10, 1912. 8agaaM'.
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I SIX-DAY RIDERS
SET NEW RECORD
At 3 O'clock This Morning Paddy Hehir Rlin
quishcs Lead to Brocco, Whose Killing Pace
Shatters All Former Figures
jHjjf By Jntcrnaltonal News Service.
BHh Jl'AV Dee. 10. At 5 o'clock
HHH I this nioniltih' the bicycle riders
BHI j had reeled oiT 5 DO miles, tlu: last
BMHl J- liour showbiz that ttiu riders had
BlflWf dune two miles less than Tor sev-
BflHm oral prvlowH hours. 13roceo la now leatl-
UjH Inc.'. The best record heretofore for
DHH - twciity-ativcn hours was 577 miles, made
MH in m io.
iVBMUw At. " o'clock this morning, twenty-six
NUB hour after tlia Marl of tho six-day hl-
HE eyrie race, nil tho riders were bunched
BBH with OTJ miles to their credit.
Hm Taddy Tl.-Iilr was In the lead, having
BHHn lvplaeeil Ernie I 'ye, who early in the
BBBB nljdit had taken the lead from Frank
HHH The record for twenty-aix hours is 533
Tulles and 7 laps, made in 1910 by Wiley
HBl and Lawrence.
fflB The passim: of thj twenty-fifth hour at
nflM 1 o'clock found nine laps moro pained
KHH on tiic record. At that hour the cyclists
Hfm wc.ro Htlll hunched, one of the Suter
HDk brothers of the Swiss team leading.
PlfimB ' 1 t j noj covered wua o5'' miles and
fjlMlB I laps-, as compered with oil miles and 5
(oBII lap.-, by Kutt and -Stol in 1910.
HIHn Ciainin? further on the record In each
BWB ?iic-csnl-f; hour, the bicycle rider; who
HfHK -taru-d at midnight last night in the an-
MM nal six-day race were nearly ten miles
UHIl ahead of the best previous performance
BH when tli: t wenty-thlrd hour .score was
Ml HARVARD AND PENN
B STATE UNDEFEATED
BWlB CAM l-'.KIDGE, Muaa., Dec. y. Two of
ntHm "lc eastern college football elevens went
UHnji through their bohsou without a single
nGfl defeat rlarvnrd and Pennsylvania. Stutc.
Hh Harvard played nine games nnd .scored
HHHI 17C points to her opponents' 21. Pcnn-
IHS sylvania State played eight games and
HID s- orcd "Su points to iter opnoneiits" 0.
09 Carlisle had Nthu most effective scoring
MHhB machine of any eastern team, piling up
BpfH j5 points to her opponents' 11V. Kascd
njH on percntsgc of games won, the stand-
H i:i of the cuutcrn elevens Is os followu:
IHt Club Von. Lost. Tied. Pet.
MSB narvard 0 0 0 1.000
H Pennsylvania .Slate .. S 0 0 1.000
mil Carllsln U 1 1 .010
SBI I'rlncelon 7 11 .$o
Vale 1 1 .S75
BBbI rivarthmorc . U 1 1
Lehigh S 0 .S00
BflH Dartmouth . . , 0
PH Wcslcyan 7 . 0
JpH Aiiuapolls $ U .607
nj Pennsylvania . ...... 7 4. 0 .U37
HBIB M'cdt Point 0 .6?n
H Trlnllv a 0 .G2u
mHDB P.-own G ! 0 .000
HI Hvrji'iiHe . 1 0 ,11!
i ltl'uyetle 1 . 1 15
MBH L'oruc-i: 2 0 .300
I SOPHS AND JUNIORS
WIN BASKETBALL GAMES
!n the huketball series now being held
between the classed of the high Kchool the
fo-m of curly games Is apparently re
versed with the upper classmen leading
the youngsters. This la the official sched
ule which will decide tho school title, and
cadi team will play more than two
sanies with each other a percentage
i-asls ?.as been cstablishc' The present
standing l: Juniors, Seniors and
Sophomores. .000 each; and tiic F"rcsh
Tn the double-header yesterday the
Svjphoiru ics won from the Senior) CS to
:'7 and he Junlorf defented the Freshmen
:.". In i:;. Uoth games were fast and the
KiIl displayed In former ganic.4 w:uj not
lacking. The only jc.U3e for the Fresh
mens' poor showing Is that the upper
i lasses have coiuo back strong from their
form of two weeks ago.
I DEAN'S DESK BURNED; i
Swentla'nV. for the last two years in-Ktrui-tor
in nthlctifs a: the stale unl
cr'ltv. ai'il !l-e students wro ariesled
t:erc this forenoon on wrrunti sworn to
V.- Capti-ln Wj, S. Webb, J;-., former
vot'i-h of the university team.
The ni-fesls gn:w out of the official ln-
-ligation of Stat? Fire Marshal C. O.
ltosworth Into the burning of the private
dec'- of Dean Paul Ainlcrs-on rocentlv.
T ie men avrestcl ivere J. S. Hainri'ers,
I'Hptaiu of the 1PK: football team: AV. I..
I rail, secretary "f tin- university Y. M.
A.: Thomas nnhlnwn, manager of the
T'jl.t foothall tf-aiii: M C. Wilson, cap
'ln of the 5 91.: hnal-.crball team, and
"P". c. Harrison, captain of the 1912 foot-
IHizh Scltooi "Will Not Play,
"ispalohoft from Portland. Or., sav
ti-at arrangement:, urc- brine made there
i s-it tho Oak Pu.-k fuotbnU team of
"hlcago to eoiiio out for a guaranty of
s;3()0. Portland promoterM were anxious
to hu.e lic Suit Tilcc high arrange u
?atnc v.lth the C'hlcagoans and to itf
fimif 5vJ0 of tl guaranty. Thiri the
Salt Lake Jilch will not do, n- the team
has dishandcl and uchr.ol nuthoritlea say
training again would interfere with
M1XNKAPOI.IS. Minn.. Dec. 2. ,MIen
McBran, a tno!: man. today was bo
lecteij as university athletic manager tn'
the athletic board of control of the L'nf
."erulty or Minnesota. John McCovern,
former foutbuli star, was an applicant,
but withdrew. .McDcati HtJCed Hflon
Leach. Th pojition pays ?1000 a. y.ar.
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posted at 11 o'clock tonight. All the
original fifteen teams wore, intact, with
out a sign of anyone falling out. and each
was credited with 12 miles nnd U laps.
The previous record for twenty-three
hours was ."02 miles and 9 hips. The day
was one of steady grind without any
serious accident. The close of the twenty-third
hour toniglit, however, saw
Jimmy Mbran, tho partner of Frank
Kramer, start an exciting sprint which
lasted eight mlnul.es. Ho led thy riders
such a terrific pace that practically
overs man on tins track called upon his
partner for relief, and sonic rldorn
changed three or four times.
The sprint ended w.icn , Foglcr and
Carman were the victims of a spill on
the Fourth avenue turn. Neither was
hurt and tho raco wns resumed "with
At " o'clock, tho end of the fourleonlh
hour, tho score was :M9 miles. The teams
still were bunched with Wallhur leading
In place of Bcrthct. The former record
was ola miles, " Japs.
A't noon the riders were four miles and
two lups ahead of the record, all tied,
with a score of U75 miles and eight
Eerthet was leading.
All records had been broken N this
morning at the end of the eighth hour
or the twentieth annual six-day bicycle
race iu Madison Square Gaul en. At that
time the fifteen teams which started at
midnight, were tied at 1S9 miles, 3 laps.
WOMEN NOW OWNERS
OF NEW YORK GIANTS
Dy International News Service.
LXDIANAPOLIS, Ind., Dec. 9. The
will of the late John T. Brush, owner of
the Xew York Giants, was filed for pro
bale here this afternoon. It la shown
that the will converts the Now York
baseball club Into a trust composed of
X. Aahley Uoyd of Cincinnati and Harry
N. Hempstead of Indianapolis, who are
to admlnslicr the property for the bene
fit or Mrs. lOlslc Lombard Brush, tiic
widow; Natalie Lombard Brush, her
daughter, and Mrs. Eleanor Brush
Hempstead, a daughter by Mr. Brush's
first wife. The liireo are to share equally
In the dividends and Income from tho
club. One trustee. Harry X. Hemp
stead. Is Mr. Brush's son-in-law and Is
now vice president of the Giants.
RUGBY TEAM COMING
TO WEST NEXT YEAR
LOXDOX. Dec. 0. Rugby football
player:' at the University of Oxford and
University of Cambridge were asked to
day to form a. combined team to under
take a lour of the Pacific coast. The
invitations w.crc sent out by the secre
tary of the Oxford University Athletic
club. It Is Intended, should the team be
formed, to play a scries of eight sanies
next autumn against teams represent
ing the Lcland Stanford and California
universities and club teams.
' Robidoux Lucky to Win.
By International Xews Service. I
MHMP1IIS. Tcnn., Dec. 9. In h. fasti
eight-round fight which the majorltv
thought should have been a draw JSobby
Robidoux of St. Louis was awarded the
decision over Gcorgo Kltton, the veteran
Biooklynltc. here tonight.
II, I. MM LEW
General Manager of Lagoon
Race Track Again Interest
ed in Tia J nana Course.
H. T. Wikion, vino president and gen
eral manager of the Lagoon Racing as
sociation. Is in the city en route to his
former homo in Ohio, where he will .spend
tho holidays with his aged mother and
other relatives. Mr. Wilson has Just
completed a tour of tho larger cities of
California. While in the southern part
of that slate ho went 'to Tia Juan,
Mexico, where It is rumored a race track
will be built for winter racing, but found
no activity in Hint direction.
The genial turf magnate will confer
while in Salt Lako City With his asso
ciates in the Lagoon association regard
ing the spring meeting, which Is sched
uled to open in May. The prospects are
excellent for tho best meeting over held
in tlie west. The recent meet was
hampered by bad weather and no at
tempt will be made in the future to hold
fall racing iu this slate. "One good
meeting in tho spring will be the fu
ture programme of the Lagoon associa
tion." says Mr. Wilson. "We already
have the assurance that the best racing
stables of the country will come to Utah
for the next meeting."
Mr. Wilson recently discovered that
Woodrow Wilson, president-elect, is a
"Our great-grandfathers were broth
ers and camo to this country together
from county .Down, Ireland, In 1S:!1," he
says. "My father, then 7 years of age,
was ono of the party that came over on
that trip. Woodrow Wilson's grand
parent seltled In Virginia while mine
went to Ohio, where his descendants
have since resided."
JIMMIE "DEAD," BUT
NOT READY TO BURY
X"13W YORK, Dec. !). An imposing
array of taxicabs carried many of the
veteran sporting men of Xew York city
to Sheepahead bay last night to attend
the funeral of "Jlmmlc" Carroll, old
"Brooklyn Jlmmic" was popular for
years along Broadway and when word
of his death from Injuries iu a train
accident reached Broadway all of his old
admirers agreed to attend the funeral in
When they reached the Carroll house
they were a little surprised that there
was no crepe on tho door.
"Are "vc too late for the last sad
rites'" asked Jack McAuliffc, former
world's lightweight champion.
The answer came promptly from the
darkened hallway. Tt was JImmlo Car
roll's own voice and the language was
"I'll prove to tho man who started this
story of my death that I am far from
dead," cried Carroll as the astonished
men riled Into the parlor. Ho explained
that he had been Injured as reported, but
was now recovering.
Later on It was oxplalned, but not In
Jinimie's presence, that ho was a "dead
one" so far as tho ring game was concerned.
Knockout Brown Wins.
By International News Service.
XEW YORK, Dec. 0. Knockout Brown
outpointed Young Ttellly In the main event
at the Olympic Athletic club tonight. The
mill went the full ten rounds and fur
nished Dan Morgan's protege considerable
trouble. Relily made a decidedly favor
able Impression on the fans and at limes
really outfought the game Dutchman.
JAPS' BOUT WltH BIG
Athletic Entertainment at Ar
mory Includes Novel Go
and Boxing Matches.
All tho departments of the Utah Na
tional Guard met In the battery gym
nasium last evening for their annual
smoker and blowout. The programme
arranged with much I rouble Included'
some of tho best professional ami ama
teur talent in the city, and all of the
different contests were entertaining.
Easily t lie feature of tho evening was
the Japanese fencing exhibition, in two
ulatcln.'B. In this contest two Japanese
heavily padded faced each other with
huge bamboo cudgels about llvo feet in
The blows rained on each other stag
gered both men nearly to unconscious
ness. They seemed to enjoy the sport,
however, and thecrowd was happy, in
the first of theso matches Professor
KahiLvashl won from Hayashi.
After ton minutes of fast work In tho
second, llayashl won handily from
The other bouts of the evening were
wrestling and boxing matches. Jack
Downey of tho Y. M. C. A. took on two
of his pupils for two rounds each. Mlers,
the Y. M. C. A. candidate for light
weight amateur honors, showed up well
against his instructor, as also did Mc
Donald, of the same class.
The best boxing exhibit of the even
ing was between Slddoway of company
H and Parker of the battery. Slddoway
had his man outclassed, but rather than
nut. him awuy, trifled with hlin. show
ing much skill. The refcreo called a halt
after two rounds.
Mike Yokel, middleweight wrestling
champion of the world, took on John An
derson. Deseret Gym chump, for a ten !
minutes' exhibition. Mike showed his
class, demonstrating the effectiveness of
many now holds. j
Stein of company H lost a three-round
boxing bout to Fowler of the battery
after taking a severe drubbing. H.
Fowler of the Deseret Gym went on with
his classmate, Parkins, for a ten-iuin-uto
wrestle; Harrington of the batterv
redeemed his past record by winning !
from Oleson of the signal corps in two j
fast rounds, This contest was sched
uled for throe sessions and Oleson led
his man by far In the first, but Har
rington, whipping left and rights to the '
stomach, forced tho signal coi-ps man to
To wind tip. two battery men went on
iu a blindfolded boxing match. This
bout, furnished much diversion, but tho
referoe received the greater part of the'
blows and soon called a halt.
Luncheon was served and Lylo Smllh
furnished the musical numbers, singing
recent song lilts.
Wesley King made a brief speech and
tho audience dispersed, much pleased
with the show.
SILVER BELT OFFERED I
MARATHON RUNNERS i
NEW YORK, Dec. 9. As a means to
encouraging marathon running, James 13
Sullivan, secretary-treasurer of the
Amateur Athletic union, will present a
silver belt to the athlete that scores
the most points in lopg-ilislancc races In
a specified time. Mr. Sullivan, hopes In
this manner to induce moro athletes to
take to long-dlstanro running, so that
this country may liave a better repn-scn-tatlon
at the Olympic sanies. The irophv
will bo known as the Sullivan belt.
a. t 'Some poticeMPN ?e tender-Hewrsn.
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THE &MT BEFORE. POOR 7n -PO-if9rt W? HFIVHT CON&OLTEO ft TON&ORlftL.
KELLV WAS 70P-HEMV,y AND TftMSO" CN VOL THlL ME DG ARTIST &HOa LBE S0&KrtVEfen
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PlHD GEFiSBBD KELLV AWeRiCflMS A FBRMetZ SOUTflRV DIME THATVW6 &o
7HE trtrrew UP Lt-"& VEOSJfiBLCt, OUT Or LCHZSoVE 7HL OOOE&&MbflWeD
tM THE BUUL EWES, f ' . UP" SHIN FOW THE
vtanMED, WTE. -to?-ho,i cflMT tambo. nepire&t hirsute roorn-
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THE OOOr WOR OF POTCr J "UK. "HBV, ,F y,lBNM e'oT SORE 1
7H"T "e"Bgr ouxRmen-m? That the kind
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HOUTS FROMCARRV- BOTH MVWR1ST5 AS TAR ASYOJ BROTHER vvH O THAT JPtlrTTe I
'NTHIS HEAVY HURT. THIS TOURIST 5;,EE J lH'r ARE TWO wfiTsT? j
VALISE. CiJESS I'LL- BUSINESS IS WP'KEoVs Vim? N
Victim of Woman Magnate
May Get $40,000 Damages
Roger Bresnahan Wins Sup-
porl of League Directors;
Compromise Is Likely.
I Uy International Xews Sen-ice.
- -fKW YORK. Dec. 0. ocr Dres-
I nalian, deposed, iiiauagcr of the
si Louib Cardinals, scored a
iclliiiK blow in his light 1'or rec
ognition ol a four years' contract, when
! before the directors ol the National
I lou)o lhis afternoon at. tho Waldorf
lie induced his lale employers to Mib
niit the matter to arbitration. If a
, few minor details cap bo arranged and
'the respective arbiters chosen before
'.tomorrow afternoon the Xational lcuyu0
will have washed its hands uf a vcrv
unpleasanl duty, while for li( first timo
since tho national peace agreement was
subscribed In bv organized baseball, the
civil courts will pns.i upon tho vaiidilv
I of organized baseball law.
"When the nu-etitig of iho board uf
directors of Hie National loujnie linitlied
today's session the warring parties had !
I both tentatively agreed tu arbitration
before a refcreo in the slatr- uf .NFis-j
souri. This moans in. short u trial bv I
common law. ;
Missouri boasts an arbitration law i
which noniUs the calling of witnesses i
and the placing of them under oath.
After legal arguuieuts lh(. referee!
j hands dowu his decision,, which is as'
i binding iu law to the concerned par-1
i ties as any .Jury verdict. :
It bill remains for the counsel of
Mrs. Holon Brit tun and Koger P,ref-I
itahun to .read) :t written agreement
embodying the tonus to -which the in
terested parties verbally subferibod to
j day. If this Avrii.teu agreement is pre
Iseulod to the National league board
I tomorrow tlw cafe will bo closed so
far as baseball law is concerned.
01 her wise tho Xational league will
be forced to pas unon tho matter H
nveut upon record todav as bavin"' full
power to dispose, of tiic dispute. I'er-
haps the National leagno might not so
'rcadilv lnivc agreed to Bresnahan s re
I course to common law JV.d nnthine but
I a baseball contract been involved.
Bresnahan, however, had two contract.
One was the usual formula to which
diatnoud athletes mbscribc ami in
which the. reserve clause (u.-utlcr which
.lirosnahan was dismissed on ton days"
notice) was FitbEcribod.
The other was a plain, ordinary bus
iness contract. Lik0 the pltyiajr con
tract, this called .for a salary of .$10,
1)00 a year and an additional 10 pol
ecat of the profits of tho club.
Tho National leagiio magnates almost
without exception beliove that Brcyua
lian has already wou his case. August
Herrmann, chairman ol.' tho national
commission, reflected the sentiment of
his colleagues when he expressed him
self as convinced of the validity of
Ure.-iuihaii s claim.
"liofjcr has an ironclad cont caci, ''
said Herrmann, "ft. w-ill stand the
test of both civil and baseball law.
He had a stipulation that -whether ho
played or not ho should continue as
manager of tho St. Louis Xational
league club. St. Louiti claims h0 in
validated his contract, by not giving"
the club his best playing ierviccs "Sow
it does nnf look as if any man pos-'
scssed of IW-csiiahan's brains would,
with a lj per cent interest in tho net
earnings of his team, deliberately jeop
ardize lus u'nancinl revenues. Bresna
han developed Wjngo, oue 0f the best
catchers iu the league,
" If he had been guilty of all the
treachery uiMiiuated I cannot conceive
ol why three other clubs should be so
anxious to f-eenre his uerviecs, dow that
the (ardinals have cast, him ir. r;n
einiiati, 1'itt.shunr and Chicago are'all
hghtnig to land him. Frod Clarke, fbov
j say, is willing to pav Roger .fI0.nno :i
; year. Murphy is ready to talk husine--s
loo. as soon as Bresnahan adjusts his
idillercuces wjth St.. Louis. But' I am
in the field and if either Murphy or
j Drey lu lands this follow thev will
have o do some all bidding. " That,!
doesii '( look as if Bresnahan ,- Mll.i,
a lias-binii or such a Lrravc offender
against, organized haseball."
J'hc iinal onlcome nf Bresnaliau ...-s-rests
no hrectlv with tomorrow after
noon v developments. Tf thc case is
decided by t ,0 Xaf.iona league Pvotrer
cant scarcely lose, for sentiment as well
ns iiMftico Jnvors him. His lawyers arc
nd.lleronf as to whether thc matter
Tl.fv 'I -hc ,,0UL',K, or t(' ;i rot.
V.lr r1""" '.'H' contract will stand the
l cm. ol anv eivil court,
Jnmcs C .loncs, president of the St
Uinis Xationals, represents that .-hib
a 0 111 "c capacity of attorney. Tho
(Continued on FwingPage.)
BOOT, S Wl
Pueblo Fi reman Inteofci
Rush From the Very
and Finish Quick.4'
Luther Says After 24o
Training Parlncr, Jinijfe
Seem Like Boy. JES
By International News .Scn-ilt
By H. M. V;AXKBm-lh
LO.S ANGELES, Doc. 9.-sjB tt
years and a half ago Bf',,f0!
rode through the nlbK)in
, back to Ucuo towu IliEgj1
! impression prevailed thnt tk'illUr
jof the heavyweight division $KU5T
I the white man was couccrnel),B,l
, ied beneath the pi no platfomKMh!
j center of the Glcason-RichijBtni
arena building. mTni
I The scene was one of gloom )V 1,1
! lation. Tho thought appcrnieiMP'l!
I minds of tho aicu who bad nH di
tho Queensherry tragedy ru1pr.
out ot Nevada just as quicklr.
siblc. Luckily all bad pcwHi&Pl
turn lickets. Otherwiso somiyK
victims of misplaced confidurHw )
be walking yet. jlRf4'
All of which is but a P'Kl
ramble to the auuouncemcat dH,
breath of lit'e has boon PDBsi..
juto tho heavyweight class. WidB)
"Johnson barre'd from tho ringiM&
iea, fiugland, Frauco and AuitnjHr"'
Los Angeles promoter, Tom Jm'',
! has ottered a diamond sprinklMp..,,.,
emblematic of the white btatw.
championship to the snjvivorm,'
three-coruorod oliininatioD affiKr"
Tomorrow night, heioro tie iw'JIlJ'
Athletic club at Vcruon, tha 1""
Jim FJynu nioets the XcbrajLiHi
Hter, Luthor McC'arty, in i A""
two niy. round contest with Imfc
the judge. Bfrt
Palzer to Box Winner, ffiw,
Big Al Palzer, New York-aB
giant, will be introduced bT rFtta:
side. Ho will bo looked ovcr,lfBk d
cal cyos, as it, will ho Al's MjJP-wi
the wiuuer in the sauie "iJBttit
afternoon of uexL Now Year'l
Day by day, for (be piist tnMftj
the training "camp story oni"Bpra!
McCarty has been told. rTjMjy
iug close to 100 pounds, "AjMi Z
ready as conscientious trauuJ'P a
make him. McCarty, 30n$j'BE?E'
pounds heavier, is alEo 8.BCJ
There remains only the aC'BBlCir!
'i'lio first bet made this morwTjBh
one of $200 at cveu money. '
day long the backers of hoth tMi
weights were active. Tho icCK
of the opening wager wis cotsm
a stranger who said that '"jM? frl
ping at. the Kossh u hotel, but H, .
to give his name. Vot toaj 1111
over three-fourths of the -"BMit
port has been "outside moot? ft
McCartv's work at Yciiioc ttWK
that he carries a heavy pinna '."f
hand, but has left the iniprtfBfcall
he is far from beiDg a clefit m
former. v j-iiB1
i ITvnn has never been "pJr
! bring anything bur a r'W-XX
bu t MeCai-tj s defense ha! ' v,
so weak that the populnr itirejj
; that Luther will 16 unable to nfj -;
tho fireman's horiug lactic?. Wku
Veteran vs. Novice. ASK
I Adding to this belief, the 'mJ-J
Flynn -is u tinic-tried vcti'iai) WK
been meeting the most ilanw i
in thc game for the past scV:!,rHKu')
years, while McCnrt, in PolS'.(Ct.
vice, i.-i but. a novice i" C0D'!Bfct"'
tho local betters favor '"jW
man s chances. . JK; .
"I'll trv to male I'111 Slf1
young fellow,' said I'lyiin
noon in discussing Ins l',aI15 HunJ
close frietid. . ..jlMS&It
"McCarty has a P'CD'"MI? ,
queer pounder if he Mb-..
whether' ho "II be able Jo iiC
horse of another' color. Miit-l
"I'm going to rush linn g Jm,
rihl at the start. Tlml P ttW for,
to handle these big bovf- ' lJWri .
him to et hinitelf and :tEBLr
few limes he m it'h t grow -'DU1BE'.j
give me : tough light. Ra
"They sav that h'. ?2. gf'
nervous when he 'M H "J .
face Kaufman. Well. VjMfr.
bit rattled when he gets m "MCVi
morrow nieht I'll liac c jj
short, order." MPiaiBK'
Obviouslv the firemft", uM& .
he said, and intemK' ntK jWjf..
fight, from the .start. fJR!
intentions in this rrsnco "MJ
Mcl'nrtv's eai5. and
convincing t!iow of ""I'W.jWi .
"I can oniv fill ilL-Kb5'