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; ' ?:" THE SALT TAKE TRIBUNE, SUNDAY MORNING, JANUARY 5, 1913. T" - " ' ' ,
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CarHinal Owners Pay Up and
Roger Probably Will Sign
By International News Service.
ST. LOTUS, Jan. 4. Roger Bresnahan
1b free, to sign with any club In the Na-
tfonal leap!. During the Important
tneetfng held here this afternoon be
tween the two factions, Mrs. Brltton and
her attorney, Ixm Hocker. and Roger
Bresnahan and his legal advlner. Arthur
Sager, a compromise was reached.
It Jo reported that Bresnahan was paid
$20,000 for cancellation ot whatever
claim h may have hod against Mrs,
Brltton for alleged violation of tho con
tract under which ho was to manage the
club for five years.
Neither side was willing to glvo the
price of the compromise. All that 13
known 1b that Bresnahan had four years
of bis contract, with a salary of $10,
000 per year, together with 19 per cent
of. the profit, to settle.
Bresnahan refused to talk upon his fu
ture plans and Mrs. Brltton refused to
five out a statement other than that
she was glad that the caeo had reached
It Is believed here that Bresnahan will
become a member of the Cincinnati
Reds and not the Pittsburg Pirates or the
IPANZARETA BEST OF
Paszareta, which haa won all her
three starts at Juares so far during tho
present meeting, .has captured more races
than amy 3-year-old filly that has raced
In twenty-two starts she has won thir
teen races to dato and has never but
once flnlshod outside the money. She Is
but one race behind the frreat Hawthorn
as tho leading race-wlnnlncr 2-ycar-old
of thin reason, he having finished first
fourteen times. It is surely a triumph
lor Uib Jockey Club Juarez to havo de
veloped both tho leading 2-ycar-old
gelding and the leading 2-ycar-old filly
of 1912, as like Hawthorn, Panzareta
made her first start and won her first
race last winter on the Mexican track.
ITOKALON'S FOAL IS
.WINNER FIRST OUT
' Gordon Russell, which sot out of the
maiden class as a 2-year-old In hlB first
start here last week, la' the second foal
of the famous raco mare Tokalon. The
litter won the Brooklyn handicap for
tha breeder of Gordon Russell and pres
ent owner of smart colt, ene defeating
in a head finish the good con of Ham
burg, Dandelion, which was then In the
training stablo of J. B. Madden, though
he wa owned at the time by F. R. Hitch
cock. Gordon Russell is the second foal
of J. W. Fuller's noted mare. Her first
foal, now a 3-year-old filly, is at Fuller's
Kweh In Texas and has been retired to
tha etud without having ever worn colors.
FOB F1LSE Ml-UP
Bids on. Selling Race Win
ner, but Fails to Produce
Cash When Needed,
Special to The Tribune.
EL .PASO, Tex., Jan."4. Florence Rob.
crts. owned by Joseph Schrlebcr of San
Francisco, won the handicap hero to-'
day and took Into camp a mighty good
field of sprinters. It was the feature of
the afternoon's racing. Pride of Llsmore
made tho pace and opened up quite a gap
on the maro In tho first part of the raco,
but began to hang when sho drew along
side of him In tho stretch. Sho gamely
forged her way to tho front and won
driving clear at the end. Upright closed
with a strong rush and nipped tho tiring
Pride of Lrlsmoro ot the wire for place
John Lowe had the honor of saddling i
three winners this afternoon. So far this
Jo the record of any trainer on the!
When Frazzle won this afternoon her I
former owner. B. McEldcrey. bid. her up
from $400 to 5600, but when the time for
payment was up ho failed to appear and
the stewards suspended him and denied
him further privileges of the course.
First race, five and a half furlongs
The Cinder, 112 (Borel), 4 to 1, won:
Rooster, 109 (Henry). 11 to ?, second;
Ask Ma, 103 (Gross), 3 to 1. third. Time.
1:03 3-5, Kamchatka. Whoolor, Hubcr,
Amelia B. and Mayerdalc also ran.
Socond raco, one mile Fancy, 10S (Mul
ligan), 21 to 5, won: Orbed Lad, 113
(Gross), 6 to 5, second: L. M. Eckert. 104
(Hill), 4 to 1. third. Time, 1:40 2-5.
Quick Trip, Lookout. Highland Chief. M.
Cambon and John Patterson also ran.
Third race, sis furlongs Frazzle, 102
(Burllngome). 8 to 1, won; Elizabeth Har
wood, 113 (Cavanaugh), S to 1, seco..d;
Miss Jean, 107 (Hoffman), 6 to 1, third.
TImo, l:H2-&. Sprightly Miss, Golden
Agnes. Aunt Alice. Bolls, Orblcullst and
Gold Point also ran.
Fourth race, five and a half furlongs
Florence Roberts, 97 (Bezanson), 7 to 1,
won; Upright, 9S (Hill). 9 to 2, second;
Pride of Llsmore, 102 (Kederls), 3 to L
third. Time. 1:071-5. Lucille Allen,
Closer and Cockspur also ran.
Fifth race, one mile Maizie Girl, 10S
(Steele), 13 to 6, won; Suffragist, 115
(Buxton), 13 to 1, second; Ursula Emma,
102 (Dreyer). 13 to 1. third. Time. 1:41
2-5. Baby Doll, Collnet. Silver Grain,
Mlnnolotte, Little Marchmont, Hughlei
Qulnn and Wadsworth II. also ran.
Sixth race, seven furlongs Lackrose,
111 (Borel), even, won; Gold of )phlr,
103 (Steele), 5 to 2, second; Insurance
Man. S3 (Kederis). 6 to 1, third. Time.
1:26 4-5. Puck, Lovo Day, CUftonlan,
Milt Jones, Jack O'Lantern and Llkoly
DIeudonne also ran.
Today's Juarez Entries. !
First race, three furlongs Old Gotch,
Brevity, 105: Shadrack. Dick Dodlo,
Blarney, HykI, Old Ben. George Park
Second race, flvo and one-half fur
longs Gay, 92; Amohalko, 97; Mary Em
ily. 87; Flying, 9S: Hugh Gray. 99: Just
Red, 09; Anno McGee, Rose Posey,
Green Isle. 101; Hidden Hand, Crex,
Orsltolat, 103; Serenade, 10S.
Third race, five and one-half furlongs
Sanel. 102; Faneuil Hall, Frank G. Hogan,
Slugging First Baseman of
the St. Louis Cardinals
t Demand by
Geramel. 103; Garland, Rogon, Parnell
Girl, 104; Oakland, Mlnco Jimmle, 106;
Dominica, Orba Smllo, 10S.
Fourth race, one mile Rio Brazos.
Cracker Box. 92; Lady Panchlta. 93; Fly
ing Feet, 103; Gen. Marchmont, lOtl; Irish
Gentleman, 110; Melton Street. 112; lu
jury. US; G. M. Miller. 120.
Fifth raco, five and one-half furlongs
Buss, 97; Iron Queen, Zool. Pickaninny,
101; Good Intent, Evran. J. M. Stokes.
Native Son, Miko Mollett. Doll Maker,
Doc Allen, King Earl, 103; Twickenham,
Sixth race, six furlongs Klva, 90; But
ter Ball, Callthumpldn, Mlmorloso, En
graver, 103; Sea Cliff, Orlmar Lad, 10G;
Ocean Queen, 107; Swish, 109; Sir Alve
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BLACK MATE GOOD
ON MANY COURSES
Black Mate, which has won two suc
cessive sturt.s at Juarez, is one of the
most remarkable geldings now In train
ing. Earl Llnnell, who has had tho son
of First Mate In his stable since this
performer has been a four-year-old,
claims that Black Mate has run over
more tracks of tho regulation mile sort
than any horso that over raced on the
American, Canadian and Mexican turf.
Ho has ran on but one half-mile track
and that was 'at Butte, Mont., but he
has won on many of those occasions.
The .mile tracks he has run over are
Santa Anita, Ascot Park, Oakland,
Seattle, Memphis, New Orleans, Belmont
Park, Jamaica, Bennlng, Pimllco, Aque
duct, Sheepshead Bay, Gravosend, Empire
City, Saratoga, Havre do Grace, Latonla,
Lexington, Douglas Park, Coour d'Aleno,
Hawthorne, Spokane, Churchill Downs
and Mineral Springs, In America; Toron
to, Montreal and Fort Erie, In Canada,
and Juarez In Mexico.
Black Mate is coming nine years old,
and Is apparently as good today as when
ho won .the Christmas handicap at Oak
land or the Melrose stakes at Empire
City. He has a record of seven furlongs
In 1:24 4-5 and a mile In 1:33 flat.
During his racing career he haa the
distinction of having made two jockeys,
Guy Garner and Ben Wilson that is, both
these riders won the first races which
called attention to their skill In the sad
dle on thiB son of First Mate.
Just how long Black Mate will con
tinue to race In winning form, of course,
Is problematical, but to all -appearances he
ia otlll sound and apparently atrte to hold
his own In the ordinary selling-plater
class. This Is the third season he has
won races ut the Juarez track. He la
surely ono of the best bread winners,
year In and year out, that Is now racing.
WINS AT BASKETBALL
Special to The Tribune,
SPRINGVILDE, Utah. Jan. 4, Sprlng
vllle's high school basketball team de
feated American Fork high school here
today by the score of 32 to 29. Tho game
was played on the opera houso dance
floor. The lineup was:
American Fork. Sprlngvill.
Howklnga rf "VVlscomb
Clark ...If Packard
Vance.... c Weight
Bassett ...rg Price
Parker..,, bj.. ...Haymond
COMPLIMENT FOB WEST,
Commenting on the racing situa
tion in the United States, the Cin
cinnati Enquirer in its annual re
view has this to say of racing in
tho intermonntaln section:
The Intennountain circuit
must not he overlooked, for some
big money was given away at
Butte, Salt Lake, Anaconda,
Vancouver and Coour d'Aleno
tracks, and some good horses
performed out there. This cir
cuit is becoming stronger each
year, and if conditions aro right
out thero it will rival the Ken
tucky and Canadian circuits in
a ow years.
"I WIT THE JOB,"
Peerless Leader Starts East to
Meet Farrell and Will
. ' Accept Position.
By International News Service.
LOS AXGELES. Jan. 4. Frank Chance
Etartcd enst at 10 o'clock this morning,
going to Chicago for a conference with
Frank Farrell of the Now York High
landers. "I know absolutely nothing about the
situation except that Farrell wants me
as manager of the team and I want the
Job," eald Chance, as he stood on the
depot platform at Glendora.
It's merely a matter of term hetwoen
us and I expect that wo will easily reach
"As far as signing up with tho New
York team is concorned, I would say that
I would rather play thero tlian any place
else with tho possible exception of Chi
cugo. By that I do not mean, however,
that I will actually play if I sign with
New York, because I Intend to run the
toam from tho bench if Farrell wants ino
for this year.
"Although I feel fine In every way and
may play once in a while, my active play
ing days aro over."
Toot, toot, from the engine.
"So long. Mary," said Chance a3 he
Savannah Wants Cup Race.
SAVANNAH, Ga., Jan. 4. A com
mittee of officers of the Savannah
Automobile club and representative
business men left tonight for Now
York to confer Monday with officers
of the Motor Cups, Holding company
in an attempt to bring the grand
prize arid Vanderbllt cup races to
Savannah, one either Thanksgiving
this year or February 22, 1914. The
commltteo will state that the Savan
nah course will be shortened to ten
. or twelve miles, as desired, and Is
now In perfect condition.
Who Takes Bride
MARTY O 'TOOLE.
Weight Jan. 14
By ED CURLEY. M
By International News Service. fV
NEW YOltK, Jan. K Joe LtriV
oger of .Too Rivers, nml KaiifB
mnnagnr of th Empire AthlalB
have posted 51000 each with a log
ltcatlou to gunranlec wMght nndJ
anco of their respective box?ir
Empire Athletic club on JanuarvvM
boxers arc to weK'h 133 pouufls-M
Rivers Is taking mnttors verjB
at Woodlnwu Inn, realizing thS
Is no rival tn fool with. CrS
easily make tho weigh: rcqulroM
tipped the beam at I'J'J when llcJaH
O. Brown n fow months ngo'iB
will start training Monday nl LaH
whero ho nlways prcpurea for IH
Though Rivers appears to his tal
mlrcrs as n fiuro winner over Crm
lattcr's adherents are confident '(IB
visitor will not got the popular t&M
Cross Is a master of tho U-n-rounM
In fact, the best urountl here, fm
msistfi" Is Jack Brltton. thfr lad
McFnrland to a draw at Momph
a year ago. 'km
Dan Morgan, the manager offtM
and K. O. Brown, is out with nnlM
bot JiiOOO on Rivers to go nt lU
odds. Morgan has placed
date, but Beom5 to meet with dfl
with tho remainder. If Rlvom gefl
with Cross he can earn a bunchM
money in this burg. -9
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