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THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY 4, 1913. 7H mtf.
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I Mutt and Jeff Make a New Year's Resolution -:- v -:- -:- By "Bud" jjr!
" r V WHATT.M6 oV GOT I
IFIMITES WIN 10 !
BOOKS GET DMIBBI
Horses at Juarez Run in Ac
cordance Wfih Figures, and
Players Profit. ' " . !
S c ial 19 'flhe Trlbun.
PASO. Tex.. Jan. 3 Four out of
favorites scored hero this afternoon
i 1 t!-.o ring received nn uvTul drubbing.
' f.c Burltngnm won wJih two ot his
i MaxurkR wa the longest
t o-j iioree to win during tUifi afternoon,
w'np to the post at S to 1. There wcro
spills durinr the afternoon. Jockeys
loffmjtn and Wilson both had their
i int- fall, but neither waa hurt. Hoff
i ' was unseated in the .first race on
U.vmum Bam whn sho tritvl to run out
' tl e chute entering the rnalti course.
PH ' J "W idow stumbled and frill with Wil-
PPPfra 'i' but both horses escaped injury.
PPPjJ "VLulr-g brokn down In hl.s running.
PPPf! I' stewards suspended Jockey Small
3 I've days for rough riding Kcdoris
PJPjVj i t'i stretch on Truly. Kodiris lodged
PPPf 9 4 r-o" plaint against bim. Tho straler set
PjHl i r. nobbln doun for five days for
Hl -ilently brtahlnc through the bar
PjPJH Native Son.
i " i-mninnrles. v.llh official cloaln?
1 ' follow: ,
PjPjWl r .rr race, thre fuvloncs Ida Lavlula,
PPH i iMcelct, 11 to 20, won; Irish Ann.
PjPjH ii nartutni). 9 to aocoml; Stella
PJPJn 't J 110 (Ituxton), 15 to 1. third. Time,
Water Lily. Ya-Ily-Hlp. Ucst Be.
PPH M - ,M. Solid Hny and Alabama Bnnj
PjPjH r .Mid race, i furlongs Mnzurlta,
PjPM I'.iirKncainni. to 1, won: Pretty
PjPjW I lo (Nathrm). K'. to 1. second; Loan
PjPH s , k 10o rtobblns). 7 to !. third. Time.
PPPJ Tom G.. Croon Cloth. .Mor-
PPPJ (Alice Vji Zundt. Debutante.
PPPJ .- s. Mopc. I Sue It. Velrc and Hed
PPH 'ins also ran.
PjPjV ,u.) race, fix furloiiss EI Pa to, S7
PPPb (Ii.'m-vi. to t. won: Doc Allen, 107
PPHj urhl. 6 to 1. second; Tallow Dip,
PPHI Mbirllnsame). 7 to 1. third. Time.
PJPB ( KitiR Lear. .Valivo Son, Helen
PPH -n't Henry UMlllnmp, Mlku Molctt,
PPPI ' j- and AlH.xliifr al-o ran.
PjPH ln'iUh ruce. ylx furlongs Charlcu
PPHj ,h'x 103 ((JroMi). 3 to 1. won: Visible.
PPPJj l (Mrmi. U to '1, mocoihI: Frank G.
PPHI 'l;ui. 195 (IJuxtoii). 9 to ' third. Time.
PPPJ i ! (-' CuBrovo. Jut Red. Trans-
PPPB r Tim .ludpe nnd Drsccndnnt also
PPPB i t., race, rtvo :ind a hulf furlongs
PJaB ,,m 10 UCudri). i to , won; Gor-
PIsV ), llnmeD. lOg (Small). T to 2, sec-
PJJJJ Stout Heart. 10S (Oriiics'i. KI to S,
PJJJf ' .1 Time. 1:07 2-5. Quick Trip,
piaal iirul HofclilK also mn.
piss '-'th race, mtlu John lxnils. 110
Plaaa Ii t iotmine). C' to 8. won;- nonevalc, 10S
PjBjBjV ' v in. 7 to 1. second; Black Mate. 110
PJJJf Al ,ivs). C to 1. third. Time. 1M0 1-5.
PJJJa Mi-aio. Uob Lynch, Kohh O'Xell ami
IJJJj . billon also mn.
Today's Juarez EuLries.
.-: race, eleven-sixteenths of a mllrt.
PJJJJ Ask Ma. 103: Downland. 103;
PJJJf B.. 102; Huber. 105; Mnyerdalc.
PJJJf Kid Xelson. 10S: llootor. lull ; The
JJJJ fr, 11:'; Wheeler. 112: Knmohalkw,
ond rxce. tulle, selllns M. Cambon,
PJJJf ' Quirk Trio. 10 i; L. M. Kckert. 101;
PJJJf ; rtipv Oldtlcld. 104; John Pattcrnon. tu.";
PJJJf itiq'ilund Chief. 107; Fancy. ,1 OS: lookout.
PBffJ Iimherlha. 110; Ilyin?, 110; Xluk-
PJJJf 1 MO; Orbed Lad. 113; lion Vncas. 11H.
PJJJf 1 ' ird rare. three-quarlor.M of a mile.
PJJJf l.tis -Br,llF. 3: Sprightly Miss. 05;
PJJJJ 'il Point. 07: Frazzle. 102; Orblcull.st.
PJJJJ Aunt Alice. 12: Golden Ague. 108:
PJJJJ y Jean. J07; Elizabeth Harwood, 113.
PJJJJ ''out tb race, clevon-slxtecnths of a
PJJJJ if handicap Cockspur. 95; Florence
PJJJJ Tobcitit. D7; Upright. 9S: Pride of JJa-
PJUfj off, 0. Lucille Allen. 101; Closer. 110;
PJJJJ Fifth race, mile, solllns; Baby Doll.
PJJJJ 1 I'rcula I5mna. 101; Calonthumplan.
PJJJJ lluchlc Qulnn. 106: LItUc Hp. 10G:
ijjjjj Ma z!c Girl. 10G; Miss Korn. 10G; Little
iJJJJl M.rrltmont. 10R; Sliver Grain, 111: Wnda-
iH rt., n., in ; Coltnet. Ill: Suffrnglat,
JJJJ s.vth race. 9ecn-ol?hlhn of a mile.
PJJJJ f.lms IiiHurance Man. 07; Gold of
PJJJJ 'ipiilr. 10S; Jack-o'-Lantcrn. 105; Milt
PJJJJ I nf. 105; Likely Dlcudonnc. 10S; Ocean
PJJJJ J'i"n. 105; Lovo Day, 105; Cllftonlan,
PJJJJ b Puck. 10S; Daimerous March, 10'J:
PJJJJ " Dougherty. 109; Iickrosc, 111.
Catcher to Undergo Operation.
WASHINGTON. Jan. 3. An cxamlna-
PJJJJ 'in of tb Iniured knee of John Henry,
PJJJf c Waahluxton Americans' promlcr
PJJJf at' lier, lutvlnjr dlsclnpcd that he is suf-
PJJJJ "'Tin? from dislocated cartilage that
PJJJf .ut bo removed, the big- backstop will
PJJJf to under the knife tomorrow. In all nrob-
PJJJf i ntv. it in expected that he will be
PJJJf ii, fined to the hospital for ton days or
PJJJf no wofiks, after which he will go to his
PJJJf me In Amherst, Mans., to rest.
H We Need the Money.
H Uncalled For
H Less Than Cost
H Bee Hive Tailoring Co.
H 2J6 So. West Temple
JNearing the Finish of the Heavyweight Battle ' j
A stirriug picture of the New Year's clay battle "between Luthor McCarty and Al Palzer, which was won by the former in the eighteenth round. Mc
Oarty (on the right) has ducked a straight loft lead and is countering with terrific force on Palzcr's jaw with a straight right. This was ono of
many similar blows lauded by tho Missourian which wore down his giant adversary and gained tho victory.
Motorcycle Clubmen to
; Report All Members Who
Exceed the Speed Limit
The Salt T'ike Motorc.eIe club held Its
flrat meeting of the year last night at
.the club rooms, South West Tomplc
street, with a large and enthusiastic at
tendance. Lieutenant Nelson mnd a re
port of tho run to Kaysvlllo Sunday, at
which the success of motorsleds was
proven. President Clnsplll announced to
the club thnt although there was some
misunderstanding over (ho present status
of the license situation, members holding
I'Jl" licenses need nut renew thorn until
the state lcglslattiro had acted.
A resolution was passed that all club
monitors report to the club uny members
seen exceeding the speed limit, riding
with open mufflers or in any wuy In
fringing the city ordinances. The club
will then place the members so reported
upon trial before the club, and If the
charges are provnd and inert' are no
extenuating circumstances lines will be
assessed. It Is expected that this action
will relievo the city of some expense,
and teach the offenders better habits as
well as furnish some amusement for the
Tho club will make a run Sunday to
Sandy and Inspect the motorslcd con
structed by Victor Kirk, who Is a popu
lar member of the club. Mr. Kirk prom
ises that If the snow continues he will
bring the sled to town Sunday and show
"scooters" how to coast up hill. In this
case the club riders will escort him back
to Sandy, leaving the club rooms at 1
p. in. It Is reported that three other
sleds aro Hearing completion and there
is cvorv prospect for some exciting ice
races this season, a the new sport Is
destined to prove popular.
"U" Players Practice Today.
Basketball players of the slate uni
versity suuad will resume practlco today,
after a fortnight's layoff during tho holi
day season. Lon Bomney. Ott Itomney.
Tommy Fltzpntrlck, Rck Sutherland.
Love and Erlckson, tho only other mem
bers of the squad now In the city, will
meet this afternoon at tho Y. M. C. A.
gymnasium for a light workout. Tho ab
sent members of the squad will return
by Monday and the team will scttlo
down to hard training.
TO COACH WILLARD
CHICAGO. Jan. 3. Packey McFarland
has volunteered to Instruct Jesse Wlllard,
the cowboy heavyweight, In the art of
boxing. In order that he may be better
able to defend himself should he obtain
a match with Luther McCarty, now the
acknowledged whllo heavyweight cham
pion. Mcl-arland watched Wlllard work
at a local gymnasium todav and was so
Impressed with tho big fellow's ability
that he immediately volunteered to as
sist him. Wlllard said lie was glad t' j
get the opportunity to work with tho
clever lightweight. 1
WITH . LOCAL PARTIES
John J. McCloskey spent several hours
in tho city yesterday conferring with
Salt Lakers who are Interested with
him In the contemplated purchase of the '
Salt Lako Baseball club. He returned
late In the afternoon to hl.s home In
Ogden. and before leaving expressed sat-
jHgfe J J A W 'POOR -LCro&MrS WCRvZr
Algl mw 4 weri ne &aea to the rerrrt&r -
ore fi Lrrjt& caowd -rtmer UTtle wt.t-? was boonp hc r&uzvcTion& to tht zism-r
I Opt to trv THE (ce . one wni CrCxne io oer p &uirrr pitr wwfew thcv pctdpcci i
j rnncy smjfv rno p-rctty ihepe wftrrirtO to HefR TH -i-tosFrpiriro for. l wE-y
I &OON CVCftyooOYON7rt(r 7N6tff OFTHE SeUS WD- OUTZS. THCY rifitULV PSYCHED
-rs nrctHc W Oiee ' w..ae temped " vraor. the rv 7 nan
i THrr4Cr?R, rvHa-H tG FTVCG )M AND TOOK THff
! MOT C6XJ f VD UJT SOME- DOWV 70 THe WlOS OR wHe N TKC tfDE GtffCTXV
VOk- etjrcrs k M HE p't n orew- r Tne y hd rbcwc
; how coes MAcHu&ero SfrrrfmD: 'r wore a tkop CWD yHeM He
HOW flI?syOC PfeD FOR V n JOH . !
j Trie WlMTEJZ? woewtc? Snrm shovud Pocn-Hfurrrus?-
yriHOK, rJl0t tlOrf I'UL. UliO VfHEH HET IS, Hdo ll tL CUTMJ5 I WHA&'Sl l TVUriK THEIRS
I SCOOT ATCCvrtD, r C3T OEVAR-E, FKon S TDCS, THAT 5HSt IM HH
-Wrmc r-ry ErtnY is fl-L PW--HO TEETH, M' A0 SLICE Art EAR FBQttOfT DOOB? AG3EHCE .
' FOUHO. TCAfL HIS KAtfL- ( HIS OSC- f ' y
Isfactlon with the progress made.
McCloskey has an option from Owner
Dick Cooley of the Salt Lako club, good
until January I. He has ample backing
from eastern parties to make tho pur
chase, but naturally prefers to have lo
cal people associated with him. Ho has
interested several Salt Lako parties and
bolioves he will be able to make the pur
chase. The L'nlon association's meeting piob
ably will be held in the near future,
and Cooley is anxious to Hose the deal
before the magnates gather.
IhT DUCK SEISM 1
to open pehpuper;
Spoilsmen Will Ask Legisla
ture for Changes in Fish
and Game LaV.
Changes In the game and fish laws of
tho state will be asked of the legislature
when It meets January 13. according to
plans now under way. A meeting of
sportsmen of tho siatc has been called
for Wednesday evening to take concorted
action on the change.'i to be requested.
Tho meeting will be held at the West
ern Arms company's stores and all
sportsmen are Invited to attend. ' It Is
proposed to outline the amendments
thought advisable and to appoint a com
mittee, to present the requosta to the
legislature early In the session.
The most Important modification of
the. existing game regulations to be asked
will bo a change In the duck season. Tho
Icgislaturo will be requested to make the
open season begin several months earlier
than at present. The sportsmen arc con
vinced that with shooting permissible
somo weeks earlier than at present, the
mysterious duck disease which appears
each spring can be stamped out. With
the earlier opening of the season, the
ducks will be Hcallered over the stale
Instead of overcrowding certain sections
and making It easy for the epidemic to
spread. The fish and game commission
er and other authorities are said to fa
vor an early, opening of the season for
Amendment of the fish law. giving
sportsmen the right to fish in all streams
Is to bo asked. At present, owners of
ground adjacent to streams may nro
hlblt fishermen from fishing the waters
and tho sportsmen claim the - right lo
fish all parts of a public stream, provid
ing no damago to property Is clone.
Wednesday's meeting promises to he
SAILOR WHITE WINS
FROM VIC M' LA UGH LIN
By International News Servji e.
NRW YORK, Jan. :t. The main event
at the National Snorting club tonight was
a sad affair. Jim Coffee, the Dublin
giant, was lo have mixed matters with
Vic McLaughlin, a husky 'from Scot
land." It was announced that the Dub
lin giant had broken his hand In train
ing and Sailor While was shoved into
the ring. Ho got a good whipping for
three rounds, too. The Scot was hav
ing it all his own way In the third round
when they clinched. The sailor dipped
up with both hands to Mclaughlin's
Jaw and the big kiltlo went down for
Fred McKay, the Winnipeg giant,
knocked out Andy Morris of Boston In
the fourth round,
Morris punished tho giant severely be
fore ho was finally llnlshed himself.
Morris was Moored three times, once In
the first and twice in the fourth. He
was on the Hour Iti a sitting position I
when Referee Corbet t slopped the bout, j
Morris was a'l I" and couldn't have got i
up in tlino. I
TO BOILO iili
FOR 1)(T BIG 1 1
McCarty-Wells Battle St5
Staged in New Build!
at Vernon. A
By Interna Uonal News Service j !l
LOS ANGKLES. Jan. 3.Boni ,
Wells, as the English heavy weigh '
plon. can find a r.adv market
wares In Los Angeles. $
Luther McCarty. V0 recently ;1 i'
as the successor to Jim Jeffrlei f
honors, has pointed his finger ai f,
and named July next as the d
the prospective mixup. ttf
Promoter Tom MoOnrej stands r
to handle the International nffa -urlng
to build a now arena shedJ
titc where tho old "Vernon mini
Freddie Welsh, who is In Englai u
been named as tho man to exph j
situation to Wells, and It Is as u
that, the British lightweight cH
will hurry Bombardier to the ga
and start him for America in sh i!
dcr. J ,
"We will g!e Wells the first?,
because we believe h'm to be til y
the public would like to see In tl c:
against Luther," said Manager Bl: :T
Carney. p !
"Lot Wlllard. Daly and a few o :i
'no decision' demons come to tin T
and light among themselves. Tf tl !
vlvor looks like the gcnulno arUi r.
will give hlni an ear!v date. ft
"McCarty Is ono champion wJi
not Intend to do aiii' slde-ctcppla
A McCarty-"WoIln battle would
together two clover big mon, M
Both Jim Flynn and Al Palnor bl
to the .slugger type. Against th
all the science was on MeCarty's'
Pitted against Wells, tho new
plon would fnee a fast nnd clev
ponent. How Luther would handl
self under such condition remairii
A I Palzer claims tb.it Wells li
moro scientific than McCarty an!
the Briton to win. Having mcl
men, Palzer Is entitled to his 0
but In all probability the Los A
beUing public would mako McC
strong favorite over the Bombard
Montreal Gots LussL jtf'
The Washington Basoball cltA
turned over Bill Lussl to the Ult
club of tho International league."'
was sold to Washington with Blm:
nan. He led the Union aesocl&fli
stolen bases. ijt
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