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U 8 THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 11, 1912. . M
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Luther McCarty Defeats Jim Flynn in the 16th Rounl
I REFEREE STOPS FIGHT WHEN
FIREMAN IS VIRTUALLY OUT
I Game as a Pebble, the Vel
H eran Is No Match for
I BY W. W. NAUGHTON.
Iv International News Service.
yER.VON AP.E.VA. I.OS ANGELES.
Dec. 10. After being knocked
j down twice In tlio sixteenth
V round. Jim Flynn was In such a
H liolpltiss stato that Kefcreo
Charley Eyton stepped between the firo-
BH man and further punishment mid decided
H In favor of Luther jMcCarty.
IB This leaves the while hopes In posses
slon of the field. Flynn, who has been a
H stumbling' block (o would-bo champions
H for 5'ciLrs, hus now been wiped from tho
H heavyweight situation, and It will be for
HB Al Palzer and Luther McCarty to decide
HQ who is- best entitled to succeed thb dls-
H credited Jnck Johnson as the king of the
H topnotch class In pugilism.
HI Tho turn In tonight's affair camo in
In the ninth roimd. Trior to that Flynn, In
H pursuance of his usual custom, had
IB jumped close with his arms wrapped
fl around his head and had held his own
HI with the big man from Missouri. JIc-
H (.'arty used a straight left which kept
h plunging like a piston rod throughout
H the tight. In the majority of cases it had
MM plumped against Flynn'H forehead or had
nSj heun blocked by Flynn's crossed fore-
tEa arms. Dut there wore times when It got
an through and left its mark on Flynn's
IHl Three Knockdowns.
Hi McCarty used a short right at Intcr
Rm vals. and this, too, was blocked more
ma nines than it was landed. When coming
II out of a clinch in the ninth round, how
BH )'or, Flynn left his Jaw uncovered and
M -McCarty nulled him on the point of the
HI ;nln with tho tight. Flynn went to the
a Iloor, but arose after a few seconds had
HI "lapsed. Tho effects of the punch were
Mfij with him, but he tried to cover up. Me
nu t Tarty must have lashed out at least a
dozen times before lie reached a vulnera-
Ufg ble spot again. It was the same right
HI hand Punch that Luther employed and
U Hynn went down again.
BM Once move the fireman arose and spread
bis legs lo steady himself. McCaity went
HII nt '" w'th both arms swinging. They
HH became entangled In some way and the
MD ilremnn was dragged to his knees. Flynn
BH stood erect again and McCarty had no
H trouble now In reaching- the fireman's
u race with both hands. Flynn's counte-
9m nance was badly bruised and the crowd
n veiled to the referee to stop tho tight.
H Flynn dropped his arms and McCarty
M&l Mood bad:, undecided what to do. The
mm moment's respite scorned to help FIvnn.
HI He brightened in a Hash, and when Mc-
H ('arty pressed In again ihe fireman fought
Mil back, and, although his aim was nono
U loo sure, ho was giving blow for blow
Bjf with McCarty when the bell rang.
I!! Battle One-Sided.
Hn Flvnn came up dazed for the tenth
BfS "find, and It is probable that the ma-
H jorlty of the spectators expected to see
M 'he bout end In this particular spell of
BM Hshtlng. McCarty used a straight left
I and thfii smashed rights against the jaw.
mm Myjm fell towurd his man and held on.
MM Then McCarty drcv back his right and
BH ,,ov a eavasre punch Into the body at
BBI bolt- It was not a foul blow, al-
Hl "lough many of the crowd thought that
mm it was and shouted their belief. Flynn
H probably hcsird the yells, for ho sank
BJ so the floor, dragging McCarty with him.
H McCarty was up In an Instant, hut Flynn
mat lingered there and acted as though "he
had received an unfair smash. Itcferee
M ICyton began to count the seconds and
mm then the fireman knew that his muto np-
liHS Peal was Ignored. Ho gathered himself
mm "P and, as McCarty rushed at him, tore
BH ,oosc wiln ,)0tu eloves. By thl3 time
mm Flynn's head had cleared, and as the
BH 'ound ended he was flghtlntr back snllo-
BH From that point on McCarty was In th
BH 'ead and tho battlo had a one-sided look"
mm M'cCarty's left kept shootintr out with
n monotonous regularity and tho propor-
HJ Hon of rlghtH to lefts was about one in
HQ In the lattnr rounds Flynn forgot to
Mm cover up. Ills one Idea was to Jump
RZH Iohc and turn the scales with a right
II You Think We
Say, there is nothing- in
the glass business we
Try us and see.
the tinnier, lo. I
1 Was. 3700. 355 So. W. Tern, I
; , GLASS and GLAZING. I
swing. McCarty. however, had tftt- lire
man's measure to a nicety and baffled
him at cveiy point. In tho last round of
all Flynn was rushing' toward Uia .lis
sourlan with his arms down, whon a
smart crack of th. right tumbled him.
He was up only tn meet, another right
and go to tho lioor aaltj. Then, as al
ready Htated, he was so far gone that
the referee stopped the battle.
Fight in Detail.
ROUND 1 Flynn bored, in and -McCarty
cut loose with right uppcrculs
Flynn blocked them all and worked u
left to the face at close quarters. They
broke and McCarty swuny: his right on
the temple. McCarty put two rights on
riyuiiH jaw. r iynn tuhiicu mm aim -iu-Carty
caught him with several right up-
fiercuts. Flynn reached the face with
eft and right, forcing1 McCarty to the
ropes. Flynn "pressed In covered up and ,
shot In a left on the mouth. McCarty J
kept sending his left against Flynn's
forehead. Flynn worked him to the
ropes and scored on tho face with both
hands. McCarty let go wmo vicious
rlpht upporcuts, but Flynn was well cov
ered. Flynn worked close again and
hooked Mccarty's face with the left.
Flynn then swung an overhand right,
catching1 McCarty on the neck.
ROUND 2 Flynn Jumped In with a
left swing- on tho nose and blocked a
right upporcut. Flynn swung a right on
the body and McCarty caught him on
the chin with a right upporcut. Mc
Carty scored on the Jaw with tho right
and Flynn hooked him with the left.
They hung together and Flynn got to tho
face with the loft. Tho referee broko
them apart twice McCarty tried hard
to send an upporcut against the chin,
but Flynn blocked it with his forearms.
There was considerable clinching. Mc
Carty wqrked a straight left and Flynn
gave him a right overhand smash on th&
Jaw. They broke from a clinch and Mc
Carty put two lefts on the jaw. Flynn,
missed with the left and McCarty got
In several rights. Thev were punishing
blows and McCavty's friends began to
ItOLW'D .1 McCarty caught Flynn with
the right as Flynn rushed. They hung
together until the referee broke them
apart. They closed again, but did no
damage. The referee broko them and
McCarty rapped Flynn on tho sldo of the
head with the right. McCnrtv scored a
second time with the right and" the crowd
cheered again. Flynn began to wobble
under the effects of McCarty's right
banders. Still Flynn pressed to close
quarters and swung1 savagely for tho
i head. Flynn's left hooked McCartv on
tho face and McCarty got in two rights
on the chin. McCarty sent Flynn's head
back with a .straight left. McCartv's
straight left was very bum- and Flynn's
head kept lilting. Flynn tried hard to
get In left pokes at close quarters, but
McCarty smothered the blows. McCartv
sot In four straight lefts In succession
and smashed the right against Flynn's
chin Just as the round ended.
ROUND 4 Flynn went close and they
began to struggle, each reaching the faco
with lefts and rights. Flynn drove the
right :nto the ribs and they clinched.
Flynn covered from ' McCartv's facers
and rushed the big man lo the ropes, get
ting in two left facors. They parted
from a clinch and McCarty shot in the
straight left several times. McCartv
ducked a right nwlng and kept ramming
in straight lefts, then ho shook Flvnn
with a hard right on the jaw. Flvnn
swung tho left on McCarty' nose and
they clinched. McCarty met Flynn with
a straight left between the eves. A sec
ond later Flynn's head went back with
another straight left and McCartv's
right clashed against the jaw. Flvnn
brought blood from the nose with a loft.
Flynn pressed McCarty against the
ropes and swung a right against the
ROUND o Flynn pressed in to a
clinch and the referee separated them.
Flynn rushed McCarty to a corner. Mc
Carty brought In three straight lefts and
Flynn carried him to tho ropes with
body blows. McCarty worked a straight
left a few limes and rapped the Jaw
with tho right. Flynn forced McCarty
to the ropes and got in a left swing on
the face. Tho referee parted them from
a clinch and McCarty was there with
straight lofts. There was a good deal of
clinching and scuffling and very few
clean blows for a while. McCarty
changed his straight left for a left hook
and warmed Flynn's ear, hut Flvnn kept
making tho pace. McCarty made
Flynn's bead wag with left smashes and
Flynn brought more blood from the nose
with left pokes.
ROUND 6 Flynn rushed McCarty to
tho ropes. McCurty usd left hooks and
straight lofts and ono right. Flynn tried
with the right for tho Jaw and missed.
The roferce had to separate them a cou
ple of times. Flynn bored in with hi.s
armii across the face while McCartv ham
mered at tho guard with both hands.
Flynn pressed McCarty to the ropes and
there was a savago exchange, both men
scoring. They closed in again and Flvnn
put In several jolts on the face. Flynn
covered up and allowed McCarty to bat
ter his guard. Then Flynn put in two
overhand lefts, knocking McCartv into
a comer. McCarty seemed Inclined to
clinch. Flynn put In a left overhand on
the noao as tho round ended.
ROUND 7 Flynn worked In covered
nnd swung in a left on the ear. Flvnn
swung a right on the ribs. McCarty
planted a straight left on the nose and
followed with a volley of straight lefts,
but Flynn did not seem to mind them.
Flynn swung a left on tho temple com
ing out of a clinch. Flynn got In two
left pokes on the face, bringing blood
afresh. McCarty kept his straight left
working, but most of them landed on
Flynn's guard. Flynn kept pressing In
and used a left poke at close quar
ters. Between the clinches McCarty used
about four straight lefts to one right
cross, but still Flynn forced the fighting
and held his own In the fren-ann work
at close range. Flynn had McCarty ilosi
to the rones, landing with left Jolf, when
the bell sounded.
ROUND S After one clinch Flynn shot
in a hard straight left. They broke arid j
began slugging. McCarty got in lefts
and rights and Flynn put In two rights.
Flynn forced him against the ropes, hav
ing the better of a quick rally. The
referee broke them apart and .McCarty
tried lo keep Flynn -off xvith straight
lefts. Flynn, with his head on McCarty's
breast, used both hands In an overhand
fushlon on tho face. McCarty put In two
fiery rights on the ear and Flynn got In
one right In return. They fought llorco
ly along the ropes with .McCarty putting
In the greater number of blows. Flynn
stumbled to his knees while rushing.
McCarty crouched and tried hard to Mp
percut, but Flynn blocked the big man's
attempt. Flynn's left ear was In bad
condition as he went to his corner.
ROUND '0 Flynn jumped close and cut
loose with both hands. Tho referee sep
arated them twice. They closed in again.
-McCarty poked Flynn with tho straight
left and dropped him with a right on tho
Jaw. Flynn arose and covered up and
McCarty hammered at him with both
hands. Most of McCarty's blows landed
on Flynn's arms. Flynn was unsteady on
his feet, hut protected himself with his
arms. .McCarty finally got him with the
right and dropped him on his face. Flynn
got to his feet ami McCarty played on
the stomach. Flynn was floored again.
When he arose McCarty played on the
stomach again. The crowd shouted to
stop It. McCarty stopped punching a
minute, then Flynn lined up and was
fighting back at the bell.
ROFND 10 Flynn was halt" dazed as
he came to the center. McCarty put In
straight lefts. Flynn covered his face
and jumped to close quarters, lashing i
out viciously. McCarty caught Flynn a
low body blow and they clinched. Flvnn
fell to the floor, dragging McCarty with
him. Flynn acted as though ho had been
fouled, but arose again when the rcforee
began to count. Thoy began fighting
again. McCarty putting In left hooks on
the face. Then McCarty rammed in a
couple of right body blows. They closed
In and hung together until tho referee
split them out. McCarty seemed to be
tired from his own exertions and did not
lay on so fircely. Flynn brightened up a
bit and worked a poky left to the face.
ROUND 11 McCarty kept landing a
straight left ngainst Flynn's forehead
Flynn worked close and poked McCarty's
tace with lefts. They broke and McCarty
rapped the jaw with the right. Then
McCarty used straight lefts again. The
referee was kept busy pulling them
apart. They had a spiteful mixup while
standing dose. Flynn got In some left
jolts, but McCarty more than paid them
back villi damaging lefts and rights.
When they stopped fighting and clung
together the referee separated them. Mc
Carty held his left against Flynn's head
and smashed him with rights. Flynn
pulled himself together and rushed Mc
Carty. gutting to the face with the left.
Flynn had McCartv on the rones as the
ROUND 12 McCarty stopped Flynn's
rush with straight lefts and rammed
rights against the jaw. Flynn got in a
ett, jolt on the face. McCartv rushed
him across the ring with lefts and
rights. McCarty poked a hard left In
the stomach. McCarty sent In three
straight lefts and a right on the chin.
Ho used more straight lefts and Flvnn
swung viciously with the right, the blow
glancing off McCarty's head. McCarty
crouched sldewise and sent. In right up
percuts. Flynn smashed a good right on
the nose. McCarty scored a number of
times with the left Jolt and Flvnn got In
some more left pokes.
ROUND 12 They closed in and Mc
Carty tilted Flynn's head with ' left
pokes. McCarty forced Flynn back, land
ing on the chin with both hands. Flynn
seemed to be weak on his less. McCarty
pumped in straight lefts and a right oc
casionally. Flynn had no defense- at this
nolnt. Ills head was knocked from side
iu bioc. jjiynn worKod into a clinch a
number of times, but was apparently too
far gone to fight back. Onco after
Flynn's head had been rocked a number
of times ho Jumped at McCarty and un
nnrcut him two or three times with the
, ROUND A McCarty watched Flynn
like a hawk, pumping in straight lefts
and short rights. Flynn worked close
and shot in a left on tho chin. It was
the same thing over again, McCartv
putting In a volley of straight lefts anil
an occasional right and Flynn working
close, as McCarty had the better of the
exchangee. Once McCarty drove his
rjght against the body for a change and
Hynn drove him back with a hard right
on the car. Flynn bore McCarty to the
ropes, gottliur home with a left swing on
the chin. They were pecking away at
close range when the round ended.
ROUND 15 Flynn tore In and thoy
fumbled In a clinch till the roforoo broke
them. Flynn rushed again and his head
went back from a battery of lefts and
5k'hitsi w ,e" McCarty pumDcd In
straight lefts and brought the right
acroHS aevcral times. He had no diffi
culty In scoring now. for Flynn did not
cocr so well. The fireman seemed bent
on turning the tide with a right hand
smash, but he could not ol within
f.an?eL, .nS? .aftcr thc" waited McCarty
used his left In a monotonous way. tllt-
T?EyuV.hc,a1 aPx,n, "Pd ain- Then
Flynn suddenly closed In and scored
cleanly with both hands on the face
using overhand punches. The referee
parted them and McCarty made Flvnn
wobble with right hand cracks on 'the
.Ri?b?"'r! ??-7eOarty held his man oIC
with straight lefts for a while but Flvnn
closed in and made a hand to hand fight
of It against tho ropes. The referee part
ed them and McCarty's right was busy
SSmVi, H1 rtT0"T)c! Flynn to his knees
lth tho right as the fireman was rush
FlynnJ nJ".0SC nnd closed In. Mc
Carty pushed him away and brought him
down a second tlmo with a right on the
VPt,i th eljln. Flynn arose but was so
dazed and so helpless that the referee
promptly stepped between the men and
decided the fight in favor of McCarty.
Ellsworth Gopher Captain.
MINNEAPOLIS. Dei-- 10.-Donald Ells
north tonight wa elected captain of the
Fnlvorslty of Minnesota football team,
Kllswortli played left end last season'
Will Limit Salary of
Each Club to $6,000
By International News Service.
NEW YORK. Dec. 10. Discussion of
the proposed salary limit occupied tho at
tention of the International league, which
concluded lis final session late this after
noon at the Victoria hotel. Such oppo
sition was stirred up against the pro
posed adoption of a maximum salary of
$-100 per man that this phase of legisla
tion was dropped. Tho league, however,
held steadfast lo tho proposition of mak
ing tho total salary list of each club no
more than SGOOO per month. Such a
relation will be Incorporated in the
international constitution If the national
commission ratifies tho proposition.
Baltimore, which objected to the indi
vidual salary limit, indorsed the com
promise proposition, leaving .Jersey City,
Buffalo and Toronto to carrv a protest
to higher authorities. The weaker clubs
profited by another bit of legislation.
This will set aside a percentage of the
gate receipts at every park (the amount
not mentioned) to go as a sinking fund
for the benefit of the weaker teams It
was also decided that visiting dubs in
future should pay for all passes issued in
their favor. The league went on record
as opposed to a transfer of tho .Tersev
City franchise to Syracuse. N. Y
After the meeting President Barrow
announced some changes In his staff of
umpires. lie has signed up CeorgJ
Hayes, formerly of the American asso
clatloit; .Tack O'Toolo, Western league.
nLEi' S" Qu'?le' f the New Yo lf
Stato league. Barrows released Umpire
W. J. Byron to the National lea-ue
CROWNS WIN PAIR
ntirVn f-Tnf 'Rented tho Continental
ei 1 rlv9. oul r lnreo games last night
Thursday V a"d A" Amerlc?i' K:
"cod"11 103 15-1 151 SfM
o Ins 1SS 1 08 1 IRS nil
nltf- IS I 203 ITS flS7
I,Ir1t 180 IS.'. UK fill).
Ti-igle 110 15G 130 m
Totals S10 80S Imgt
Snyder 02 101 Mr, 311
Hanks 1 01 107 132 ::(0
Vincent ll'O 101 111 3(35
Doheriy Ill r,' ";; .,(JC
Hughes , 1M 171 120 .Lt
Totals fits r.m 77.1 TFrtO
Handicap U'l 121 m :)fi.t
0C0 ICC, S3! 232U
Colleges to Play Hockey.
CAMBRIDGE, Mass., Dec. 10.
Harvard lias concluded arrangements
to meet both Princeton and Yalo In a
hockey soriof tlii.s winter. The Prince
ton series will take placo on .Tanuarv
10, January 22, and February 15. The
Yalo dales aro yet to bo a'unouncod.
The prospects for a htronj; seven at
Harvard appear unusually good this
Organize Rabbit Hunt.
Special to The Tribune.
OGDBN. Dec. 10. Chief of Police W. I
Norton Is the promoter of a blpr rabbit
hunt. In which a large number of local
sportrmcn probuhlj will participate next
Friday Chief Norton Is Interested In 'a
largo dry farm nnir Kelton and he Is
drslrous of ridding tho tract of a few
hundred rabbltn. which consume large
portlona of the vrop each year.
Service on Boxing Bout Is
Five to Ten Minutes
i Ahead of Others.
The Tribune's bulletin service on the
big fight last night was fully up to the
splendid standard set by this newspaper
in giving the public the first Information
on all events of general Interest. Bulle
tins, giving the details of each round,
were posted in The Tribune's windows
und were eagerly read by large crowds
of fight fans while the few gathered In
front of the llorald-Ilciuibllean were
reading meager accounts of the battle,
posted from five to ten minutes later-
The 'flash" giving . the result of the
light had been on display In The Trib
une window exactly seven minutes be
fore a bulletin was displayed at the
Herald -Republican giving tho same in
formation. From the tap of the gong
which called McCarty and Flynn from
their corners for the first round, The
Tribune's service outstripped that of the
other morning newspaper. The crowds
in front of The Tribune were constantly
Increased by pedestrians coming from
lower Main street, who paused only a
moment at the Memld-Ropubllcan bulletin I
board before joining tho throng reading
the details of tho fight from The Trib
une's service. While the fans were dis
cussing the knockdowns which featured
the ninth round, tho few in front of tho
Ilerald-Uopubllcan building were trvlng
to decipher the dotalls of the fifth round
which were Just being posted.
The size of the crowds before The
Tribune windows, despite the lateness of
tho hour, showed the Intense Interost
In the first of the series of bouts which
will give America a heavyweight cham
pion. The fans were divided in opinion,
a slight majority "rootiiiK" for Flynn,
who has boxed before the Salt Lake pub
lic, while others, hoping to find In Mc
Carty a worthy defender of the cham
pionship, were supporters of the big MIs
sourlan. The game showing of the Pu
eblo fireman when he weathered tho
storm of three knockdowns In the ninth
round and forced the fighting until ex
haustion made It Impossible for him to
continue, evoked cheers and applause
from tho crowds.
Special wires direct from the fiKht arena
at Vernon made it possible for The Trib
une to cive the public this highlv su
NEW LEAGUE FORMED
IN NEW ENGLAND
BINGHAMTON. N. Y Dec. 10. "The
Northeastern Baseball league" Is tho
newest member of tho baseball family It
will be a class C league, with a ?1 100
salary limit. The permit for Its forma
tion has just been issued by John TI.
Farrell, secretary of the National Associ
ation of Baseball Clubs. The new league
will cover territory not now occupied by
any league in organized baseball, includ
ing Bansor, Me.; Portland. Mo.: Manches
ter and Nashua. N. II.; Pawtucket. R L,
and Taunton, Mass. j
Cambridge Defeats Oxford.
LONDON. Dec- 10. The Cambridge
university fifteen todav defeated tho Ox
ford universlt fifteen In the annual rugby
football match played at the Queens
The Cambridge team scored ten points
agalst throe by Oxford.
All Starters In Long
Bicycle Race Still In
Contest in New York
NUW YORK. Dec. 10. With the fif
teen teams still Intact and going strong,
the six-day bicycle riders ut Madison j
Square Garden wery on even terms at
11 o'clock tonight, after forty-seven
hours' grind. Tho evening had seen a
number of remarkable sprints.
The 12 o'clock midnight scoro was 93S
miles 0 laps. The teams were still
bunched, with tho Sntor brothers leading..
The hest previous record for this time,
the forty-eighth hour, was 070 miles !
laps, made bv 'Van llouwert and Lapiz
last year. At 12-0.1 o'clock the riders
passed the 1000-intlo mark.
At 1 o'clock, the forty-ninth hour, the
riders had traveled 10'JO miles 1 lap and
were nineteen miles ahead of the rec
ord. The score at 2 o'clock this morning was
lono miles 7 laps for all riders. The for
mer record was 1 0 1 S miles 1 lap.
A move to prohibit such long contests
of endurance as the six-day bicycle race
now being run at Madison Square Gar
den was made in the board of aldermen
Alderman .lames G. Smith Introduced
an ordinance providing that any con
testant In a bicycle race or other contest
of speed, skill or endurance be prohibited
from continuing in such contest longer
than three hours in twenty-four.
Varsity Sophomores Win
From Seniors; Centers
Have Roughing Match'
A. stranger watching the sophomore
team at the university gymnasium yes
terday afternoon when they trimmed the
seniors, 2S to 6. might well have picked
thorn as the varsity quintette. There
are somo splendid men on the second
team and as most of them played to
gether last season they have excellent
team work. This Is not the secret of
their success, though, as all other class
teams can get the ball down the floor,
put there is not a man on the soph
team who can not be depended upon to
drop the ball in the basket.
The sophs ran away from the seniors
tn the first hair, running up seventeen
points against three for the seniors.
In tho second half the sophs mule
'Hie feature of the game was the
roughing match" between Briggs the
soph center, and hlg lid Peterson, who
played center for the freshly. Briggs
s tall and rugged and a. better basket
ball player than Peterson, lie also ha
some reputation as a hard plaver in a
basketball game. Pete Is strong and
rugged and the past football season
showed that there was not a man in the
conference who wn nhu r,.r
rough house" with Pete. During the
first half the rough work was about oven,
but in the second Pete held Brlggs safo
and he didn't make a basket
yr"?Ln ' Wlnterniu
nte',n rf Jameson
Doc rR ...:::bobi!s
. Aggies Have Good Team.
Special to The Tribune.
AGRICULTURAL COl.LKUK. Dec. 10
T he success of the football team has
an.l the Aggies arc confident of putting
a hummer of a basketball team J u
Icagu... Several of tho old men ha
shown up for practice, as well as numer
ous promising youngsters. Ilobso i
Brossanl. Know. Peterson, Morh Good
speed Godbe and Anderson are the most
promising. Anderson Is an "id u Y U
'ggAMg' ilt l"nt 8p,,oS r&
Completes Long .Walk Across
The Continent in 132 Days
By international News Service.
N-EW YORK. Dec. 10. With a slight
stoop of his shoulders, caused by
the thirty-pound sack that was
slung across them, Charles
Schlndltx of San Rafael. Cal.,
trudged Into tho city quietly and unos
tentatiously today, completing the last
lap of his lilMS-rnllc .tramp across the con
tinent in i?'Z dn'3 at an average of a little
over twenty-five miles a ray. Schladltz
Is a vegetarian and has sustained himself
during the entire nip upon bread, chccsci
fruit, and water, while many times he
lived upon the food that he picked up on
tho railroad tracks after it had been
thrown out of Pullman cars.
He is a small man. about 5 feet 5,
and is rS years old. He wears no over
coat or underwear and has done all IiIh
walking sans sox. Earlv In Julv ho de
cided to visit his relatives In Germain
and for that purposo ho boarded the
steamer City of Panama In San Fran
cisco, but tho vessel broke down and
had to return to port. After this re
verse ho decided as the surest way to
arrive to walk to Now York and then
work his way over on one of tho steam
ships from this port.
Talcing a draft out on a European bank
and tucking It away safely In his clothes,
ho commenced his ong tramp, earning
his wty by selling a small pamphlet con
taining his rules of life.
Many thrilling events wero experienced
on hls trip from the Pacific.
In Nevada, while he was crossing a
trestle over a stream In tho Rocky moun
tains, a train ovortook him. ne Just
had tlmo to slip between tho tics and
hang onto one of them to escape being
ci-ushed to death. As the train passed
over him his hold was looacn'd and he
fell Into the stream, spraining his ankle.
Which Is still swollen
While slocplug in a snowshed on the
Rocky mountains he was attacked bv a
bear, but managed to fight it off with a
burning stick, whloh he snatohed from his
In many of the eastern tmv . Iks'
aged to sleep In tl ie T count v M .'' ,n,ln"
In CallfurbocUbef'Vnia.10 "C back
SWIMMING RACES TO
BE DECIDED TONIGHT
The Dcseret gymnasium Is plunnln- a
series of swimming contests, To T-im
throughout the winter, n nr.. I
a team for the s nm ruparatln of
spring. Th ilrst of 1 Jhn-i11"1.1?6".1 iwxl
tonight, wlwn tlfotiffiew,,an h'M
of the gyin will take n ,h ti, ,n "F corI,s
handicap. C. a. veleh "'J'-yanl
structor at the -m Vin,,,,K ,n
tweon. The racr win n Un,e out b
heats and a in tho U L?n3Jst of sl
to enter the rlccillng'race f 0,ich hc,lt
' honors in the "Vloshca f nix J f0r la,e
stars ho will enter toKi ?vln' ,tller
obv and Ly o Sm? h wfi l, ji.re D' AVufi'
Htart each. GrocsbecK- wlti,fnlI.r BCCnaH'
and Clark and P ipworYl "wfth ;?V?0,K,S'
onds each. All of tii k,;I 1,1 Hlx Kec
t,o lower the chamnlon- . ,,ro nnxlonx
strive Imnl rtnplo3"u&s ,l"d will
and exciting race ' 3i,rIn woody
MEXICANS TO Bp
Novel Contests for jjp3
Race Track Planned"?
Speolal to The Tribune. imJbjV
EL PASO, Tex.. Dec. I0.-IUES
be held every Sunday at the jEirn
club's Juarez, track between ttiecMP'
of the American army and the JtattLE'
army now stationed at Juarez. gR?fe
the Americans have sent catt ttBp'F
different posts for mounts. EacidTtf'
has to be the owner of the liotie v '
by him. Captains I Iannlgan and Mtf,.
will act as handicappers und tmBlj
the weights. -Wx
The Ilrst event takes place nut M
day. The distance will be live fuqH'u
The army officers, after getting mBK 10
slon from General L. Z. Steve., K.
become very enthusiastic over HieB.h,
Ing events and they promise toUl'!,!
social affairs. Colonel M. J. WlrJJf,
deckled to give sliver cups as PrbKft
Colonel Krederlcks's celebrated TvKy
second reclment infantry band 'luB?1!
here every Sunday, by special ptralaBJ.v
from Washington and the comttifRj
tended from General Trucy MmKr.
Later on the. officers will ride oVirEJS
dies and other obstacle?. ''K
Jockey Forsyth put up a sr.r.l
here todav on Gimli. fairly ilftlcrr
over the wire at tho finish Xot'K,
favorite rewarded tho talent, altfrf j.
every race was keenly contested. JwjKiT.
Murray and Taylor Incurred the MiJEfL
ui c of Starter Cassldy and wera nnl,
five days on the ground, ,J7,i
First race, five and a lialf furNHfiv
King Stalwart. OS (J. McCabe). 1 1 ;
won; Tom G.. 101 (IIlll), S to .MM!
Janus, 9fi (Tlalscy). '-0 to 1, tlfjmli;
1-10 MoIIcr. Gnrter and itj
also ran. , , .Et'i
Second rat e, five and a half ifi3HE;
Bells. 00 (Groth'i. I lo 1, won; AJiJf
107 fj McCabel, i to 1. second. pm,1
Ledgett. 110 fSmall), R to 1, "rt. Tr.
1:10 t-r. Zinkand. Pipe Vision, TO?"1
Vanzandt. Abe Slupskey. Sly .C,',
Peter IToncc also ran ,llrfJBfciti
Third race, five and a linlf fu" p
Glmll, 107 (Forsyth). -5 to I. Jf'Jr
Pato. 107 re-entry. S to 1. second.
Intent, 110 (Cavanaugh). n lo I, C1
Time 1 10 2-5. Lily Paxton. n!'
tie II.. Billy Myer. Quick Trip and ng!
cine also run. , nmV-
Fourth race, six funongs-Rost i oJ
109 fSmain, S to 1. won: Don
10!) (Schwcblg). I lo 1, "cond. mwVf
10S (W. Carganp. 30 to 1. Mr7,.Pm
1:1G Lovo Day, Prnzrfc. LeWAM
Lynch and Judge VTalton also noak
Fifth race, mile ahd sIxtcenln-WM'
9S fllawley). 2 to 1. won: "v)'M:'
105 (Cavanaugh). 6 to u. second. Jmm
Grain. 10S (R Hoffman). H . Wl
Time VM. Jim Caffoieta, lMb.t
IJrldgcwaler and Molesoy also iJWt
Sixth race, five and a half lu&.Wfc,,
Swiftsur. 07 (Taylor). 10 to MT.
Parnell Girl. 110 (Malsey). 3 .', r
ond. Rye White. 110 """""W.iST
tlflrd. Time 1f10 3-5. S'r!'
onade. Uncle Jimmy Gray. Comoro
Con Tncas also ran. ilpfht
Today's Juarez Entries. Ju
First race Five-eighths of -SjW
p.u)a Welsh .... 100! Loan Sluulr
Real Star 103 Roslrls M,
Terrible Pill ...lOHfPan ZJ'A-fe
Second race Threc-ciuarters of
Selling. . , , , , jBit'l!
Plum Creek . . . 100.1 Lohls vnt'"UMu ,
Oil eth u m pia n .1001 yuT'mmm
Camnrada 105 FHir. "XK?
Acumen 105 Go'den Asna-
A ngelus . . . . 105 Lily Paxton 'j
Oscuro io.ll Palronia
Autumn Rose ..105! Jim -L .Mf
Tim Judge ....10l ,.nn ef.
Third race Eleven-slsteentni "-mr
mile. Selling. , , rfe ..VlB
Klttv Y Galeno Ge
Odella 105! Louis P.cr3
Flo. Kripp ....103 Transparent l'mQ
S;iSlh ' Yace-Eic'ven-slNteenth
mile. Soiling. . . .,''
TJay of Pleasure-105l Parlor Do'' J 1 I
Lndv Young ,...10o nf HHJI
Fifth race Three-quarters oi ".mmf
Hubv ICiilKlit . - -1031 KK
Sixth nice MUo. &r',,nfr nu-f
naiciirr i on ctom over m
Don Knrluuc. . . .105 WJr"-!
Shoot. Snniy...10S Duncra.-m j
Engraver 103' J. S
Rcvoiro Defeats Wllelt J- j
P.y International News Service- itlA'
PHILADELPHIA. , Dec. "7:st tK' Q
Johnny Wiiletts rallied n tne ' tfm.
rounds of his bout with Euaw gj g
of the Eighteenth ward at
Garden Athletic dub ton ght. prffc
taincd by Rcvolrc in the taro , fjri0
the battle enabled him to M
I bof oro boeo ffe JJofWj
paid In plain PMkamonlrw WBwjj
pbovo coupon by a I. Hood C&. P
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