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10 THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY 18, 1913, Jm
I And You're Not Allowed to Carry Weapons, Either :-; :-: By'BrnT
fin do in 3pp . y - J - Jr."''- ml
I Exnm wasTioi
Ijj Favorites Win Three Rnceb.
I but Layers Profit Heavily
It in Other Events.
I OOMA IS CLASSY FILLY
I Prince Conrad Becomes Sick
I Just Before Bugle Blows
I and Is Excused. I
I Spiral to The Tribune.
I EL PASO. Tex.. Jan. 17. The weather
I . jemg Ideal a huge eiowd waa at tho race-
OLric today, though nil t lie evemn being
1 "filing incos. owing to the slow track,
ilj nude tlit card not as classy aa generally
f Ji-;. here.
title liifee of the favorites won Iho
jjr wokius had a harvest in thu other three
r ,i?. xUnh were won by a 12-to-l shot,
j i 49-to-l shot and a SG-lo-l chance. Thcic
I', "err Velio Forty In thu second, Dave
Montgomery li: thlid and Hanly In
I ,r linal i. ice. Uanly ahowod for the
It ax.' ume here a (Insii of his Kentucky
I j or i. u lii..- la attributed to his liking
I or tl t.'.av: track, ihuugh fur T)is recent
I n'-f li.ii worked well.
I Or ii.i. which won the mnldeti illjy nice
II " opened the card, watt played down
1 1 ou, 5 to -I in . and won under a
hi in he after showing brilliant speed
I ' v. Inner Is a black filly by Ccsarlon
I t; r i2i- and type which aa they grow
II n (if r a chsr.fe to become turf
I; jff int.
I' .lo!;t- .1. Henry cancelled hia mounts
I ouv i -.riiiR to his wwJc eyes.
I Pr if'- i.ouiTid wa taken sick Juut be-
I or' v.riahl!igln llinu for the fourth race
V; !d "aS rXCUDcI frORJ lartllip. J. Mc- :
On, Por- 'd. vim won ihc sncoiid nice today!
j' -in f-Mi- l'orty. scored in that event, his)
t. r-t ..Inr.ln? mount. It waa the third time ,
! .1 . ! t-wr donned colors and he ap- j
li iar. t" b- r, bright prospect a an ap-I
I n-i " -r v'.der. He is under contract to ',
S M .1 A.ix.Sn.
Ik, I . -ii-r. three furionss Ooma, 112 I
li irir'n, 4 to ... won; Stella Ward.
If fOrot i, u to 1. Kncond; Tji-ih Ann. 11'-'
IV r. os' i, . I, third. Time. A-o. Edith'
AV., Tip Daudcll and Yip My a also
Second race, six i'tirlonga Vcllc Jorty,
100 (McDonald). 12 to 1. won: Imiuieta,
105 (Xftthnn). to 1, second; Loan Shark,
ill (b'orcl). Z to 1, third. Time. 1:10 l-o.
Pretty Dale. Tom C, Ernest H., Green
Cloth. Cumin, Quick. l-'Itzyorald, Luke
Vansandt and MuRda. li. alo mil.
Thlnl nice, one mile Ursula Emma,
101 (Grotht. 11 to 10, won; Lehigh, 103
(Buiilngamb). 4 to 1. second: Lily Pax
ton, 10ti filolesworth), 10 to 1. third.
Time. 1:47. The I'eer, Lescar, El Toro
and Lookout also ran.
Fourth race, five ,and a half furlongs
Just Kcd. 104 (Gross). 0 to 5. won; Uncle
Jlinmle Gray, 111 (Illll), 7 to 1. second;
Rose OW'ell. 103 (Groth). 10 to 1. third.
Time. 1:11 Glmli, Roseita and. Gar-
lund alto ran.
Fifth race, five and a. half furlongs
Dave .Montpomcry, 100 (Halsey). 10 to 1.
won; Tim Judge, 10a (Cavanaugh). C to
1. second ; The Fad. 10S (Groth). 11 to 5.
third. Time. 1:12. Kvran. Serenade, Anne
McGce, Don Unrhpie, Plckannlny, Good
Intent and Caden also ran.
Sixth race, seven furlongs Hanly, 111
(BurUnsamo), 20 to I. won; Mycenae, 10S
(Him. HI to l, second: Sir Alvescot. 100
(Hoffman), S to 1. third. Time, 1:32 1-3.
Dr. Dougherty. Dutch Rock. Russell Mc
GI11 and Llatwa alo ran.
Today's Jitarcs Entries.
First Hacc Thrcc-eichths of n mile,
Index. U't. Index. AVI.
ilS.'.n ICorfhaso ..10.1, GS35 Benedict ...112
6S35 Brevllv . ..109JCSG7 Jlanganesc .112
Paw lOfll Sir iiarry.,112
CS67 Hykl .. ..112! Meehnck ...112
i Second Uncc Three-quarters of a mile.
! GS32 Debutante .1S' 6S43 Baden .. ..103
I (5S7:: IC. p4adford. 301 GSfil Brcdwcll ...10'i
1 CSG1 Jollv Tar... 0:5) CSS0 Aragonese .10G
ti!7 ICIns Eaii.-lOO CS73 Dcsccnd't ..IdS
Freewill ...1031 GS71 S. V. Hough. 103
GS73 S. Shapiro. .103
Third Race Thrcc-nunrters of. a mile.
GS6I K, Stalw't . 57!GS77 Robby Cook.lOS
CS.-.2 H. Chief . . 106) GSG t Ramsy 108
17S! Coed lOSfplOfi Horicon llfi
GS61 Of.curo 10S!GSS0 Jack Ellis... I Hi
Fourth Race Threo-nuartcrs of a mile.
GSS0 Goldpolnt .. 98 GSM Swede Sam. 110
GSTr. Mazurka ..100 6S0S Lady Willy. 113
P9S05 Ulo Pcco2.H0 6SS1 Acumen ....115
GS77 Gclico .. ..110IGSS1 Orbed Lad .IIS
Fifth Race Three-quarters of a mile.
GSG1 Oakland ...100 68S3 Parlor Boy.. 103
6SS3 Lady Macy.103 GSS2 Lovodav ...lUJJ
fiS2 Milt Jones. . 103 6S71 Sulfrnglst ..111
G337 Miss Jean. .107! 6S5! V. Duster ..112
Sixth Race One mile. Selllrp.
6S77 Gift 1001 G7SS 1). Enrique.. 105
GS62 Lchlsh 100! GS72 S. Northcut.105
G8S1 Pr. Ind'v ..103 6S71 L, March't-105
SSSU Roscvalc . .103' GS72 Blackmato .105
fiSSO B. BHrd . . .105! 6S53 "Lcscar . .10S
GS7S Eye White. 105'
j Chicago Defeats Iowa.
CHICAGO. Jan. 17. The University of
Chicago basketball team defeated the
University of Iowa squad here tonight,
2S to S.
1 An Extraordinary f( 1
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H I Not one, but every late. lilfl lll1
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I I $25, $27.50 and 0
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I $1 65
I Vz off on all Blacks and Blues. I
PROMOTERS OF UTAH
Conference Today Mar Re
sult in Both Factions Unit
ing to Hold Tourney.
Prospects for amateur athlc-tlca In
Utah may be greatly Improved, .by. a
meeting- which will lake place today at
II o'clock In the Deserct SJ'1", when all
persons interested in amateur -athletics
aro invited to confer on the subject of
forming one governing body lo' exeiclse
the functions appertaining to the Ama
teur Athletic union before that body de
cided to Ignore lis Rocky Mountain offi
cers. At present there 1b an organiza
tion formed about a week ago, with W.
IS. Day as temporary chairman." and the
organisation maintained by the Y.-Mi C.
A., with Oscar Gingrich at its head. If
thoso two organizations can unite, not
permanently perhaps, but for the pur
poses of this year's tournament, the
success of the venture will be assured,
Tho physical department of the 1". M.
C. A. has deckled lo finance Hie Utuh
state boxing and wrestling champion
ship?, for all amateurs, formerly held
under tho direction of the A. A. U. The
local officials of tho A. A. U. were ig
nored by President Klrby In his recent
appointments. Ho said all the Rocky
Mountain ofnecra were too negligent. ,
Tho tournament planned will be held
under the auspices of the v. M, C. A.
early In February, backed by several
prominent business men.
All athletic institutions in Utah will
be Invited to send representatives. Indi
vidual and unattached athletes will also
be Invited. Every entrant will be re
quired to establish hlB amateur standing
to the satisfaction of the commlttco on
the linos laid down by tho T. M. C. A.
of North America, which coincides with
the A. A. U. demands.
The followlne clauses will be open lo
entry: Both wrestling and boxing Ban
tamweight. 105 pounds and under;
featherweight, 115 pounds: special
weight, 125 pounds: lightweight. 133
pounds: welterweight, 1-15 pounds; mid
dleweight. 15S pounds; heavyweight, over
133 pounds. In" each division two prlac3
will bo given, a gold medal for first and
a silver medal for second place. These
prizes will be contributed &y various
business men interested In amateur
sport, a number of them already having
been procured, according to the chair
man of the committee.
Accprdinc; to a statement made by O.
B. Gingrich of the Y. M. C. A., participa
tion in any other Ideal meet will not bar
an individual from this tournament. Tho
V. M. C. A. declares in favor of any
amateur organization that is formed tor
bettering sport, and will very probably
scud representatives to any tournament
MURPHY SHOWS NERVE
CHICAGO, Jan. 17. Morris McGrafn.
the recruit second baseman, who played a
spoedy game with tho Chicago American
league team laKt year, forwarded today
his signed contract for 1913, Frank Far
rell. owner of the New York American
league team, wrote today to President
Murphy thanklncr him for a congratula
tory letter on tho acqulsitlo nof Frank
SIX-DAY BIKE RACER
HURT IN COLLISION
PARIS. Jan. 17. While riding in the
six-day bicycle race hero tonight, Cyril
Vanhouwaerr. the Belgian champion, and
Petit Broton. a Frenchman, collided. The
Belgian suffered u broken collar bone, a
torn pleura and Internal hemorrhage. His
condition is grave. Breton was uninjured.
JOE THOMAS WINS
WITH A KNOCKOUT
By International Ncwh Service.
LOWELL. Mass.. Jan. 17. Joo Thoma6
celebrated his return to the ring tonight
by knockJns: out Gunboat Eldredgo In the
third round of their scheduled twelve
round go. Thomas started after lifs
husky opponent In tho opening session
and never let up till he put over the
Puller Gets off Easily.
KEW YORK, Jan. 17. A. "promise to
reform and leavo this city obtained for
Grover C. Fuller, onco a noted jockey,
his freedom under suspendedd sentence
when ho was arraigned today In the
court of general cessions for snatching a
watch and chain In a Broadway cafe.
Ho agreed to so to Chicago lo Join his
parents, who wrote a letler asking
clemnney. Fuller formerly rode for the
late Ja-mes It. Kconc and other noted
turfmen and during his caree.r as Jockcv
curncd a fortune, -rrblch ho has slnco
Jap Easy for SlosEon.
ST. LOUIS. Jan. 17, Two sensational
runs cave George B. Slosson tho fifth
stniight block of -00 points in his 2400
polnt match with KoJI Yamada at IS. 2
balkllnu billiards here tonight. The to
tal score for the, five ulpht,' play '.a 2000
to 1213, In SIo.sxou's favor Slosson'3
high runs were 112 and lCil, and the j
beat run of th'' Japanese was 24. Slos- I
.uo;i averaged 2S 4-14. and Yamada S J-13.
Ogdcn Beats Kaysvillc.
Special to Tho Tribune.
OGDEN. Jan. 17. The Ogdcn high
nehool baskotball team defeated the
KaysvlHo high school five on the. local
floor tonight bv a tcore of 3J to 22. Tho
ijlrli tcami from the same schools alno
ployed. I ic local five v.lnnlng by a score
of 10 to 'J
WILL OPEN TONIGHT
TONIGHT the basketball season in
Utah will bo formally opened with
the game between the University
of Utah and the V. M. C. A. This
is usually the first, big game
played in tho state and is generally one
of the best, as it is one of the most im
portant. It is the llrst means by which
the fans can get a line on the teamB. The
xymnaslum team In the past has always
boon in tho same class as tho college
teams, Homctlmcs beating and sometimes
being defeated so that Utah's showing
against them is always closely watched
by the B. Y. U. and the Aggies.
Coach Roberts of tho B. Y. U. and
Coach Te.etr.el or the Aggies will both
see the game and it is possible that one
or both of them will bring their whole
team down to see the game.
For the past week both quintettes have
been working overtime in -preparation,
and adherents of both teams are confi
dent of victory.
Each team will present practically the
VAN ALEN RESIGNS
AS CLUB TRUSTEE
At a tumultuous meeting of the Mo
torcycle club in the rooms at 122 South
West Temple Btrcet last night, R. A.
Van Aler. resigned as trustee of the
club, but on request retained his place
as publicity agent. "The vote on whether
his resignation should be aioeplcd was
12 to 10 in favor of Its acceptance.
At a recent meeting of the Commercial
club Van Alcn took occasion to deny the
statements of one of the orators that the
roads of Long Island wero newly con
structed and were in excellent shape.
Van Alcn said tho only road on Long
island was thirty-five years old and had
not been built for automobillsts. In the
course of his talk. Van Alcn used great
emphasis and it is said his resignation
from the motorcycle club was brought
about by this speech.
Some of the members of the club
thought that It showed a lack of tact,
however pregnant with truth It may have
ZBYSZKO WINS BOTH
FALLS FROM ROLLER
By International News Service.
ST. PAUL, Minn.. Jan. 17. Stanislaus
Zbyszko defeated Dr. B. 1. Roller, the
wrestler-physician, here this evening In
two straight falls. Tho first was secured
with a half-N'olson In 2tJ minutes and the
second In 32 minutes with a combination
reverse Nelson and crotch hold. Zbyszko
welglied about 217 pounds, while Roller
tipped tho beam at 22S. Tho match was
very rast and the Pole was the aggressor
most of tho time.
Trottor Goes to Eussia.
NEW YORK, Jan. 17. Another of the
most noted American race horses is to
be shipped to Europe. J3lllv Burke,
2:031. tho fastest trotting stallion In
training Jaat year, and ncxi to Tho Har
vester. 2:01. and Crcscous, J:02i, th; fast
est btalllon In the world, will be shipped
to St. Petersburg on the steamship Min
nctonka tomorrow. It is reported that
tho horso will go into the stable of
George Bakhmetlcff, Russian embassa
dor to the United Stales. Tt is said
that the owner, J Howard Ford of this
city, demanded ?50.000 for the stallion.
Kodak Pictures FuilBltcd,
Mail us your films. Salt L:t,kc
Photo Supply Co. 159 Main street.
ExcluDivo photo dealers.
BUT DOG IS HAPPY
Miuco pio at niidnif;liL m:tv be a
dietary indiscretion, but the niifht shift
of motorcycle polieomeu at police head
quarters are none the less addicted to it.
Aye, they have bcou heard l0 boast or
Mieir indulgence in the night inn re-pro-voking
pastry. A mince pio is iu vari
ably provided for their miduight lunch
not a store pio witb a japalac top, but
homc-niado pie. with the reputation of
a housowifo for cooking behind it.
Always the- nightly pio has been
fouud to bo safe in the desk sergeant's
office v.'ilhout boinr; placed under lock
and hoy. Last uight at 10 o'clock Mo
torcycle Patrolman W. H. Ucndrickson.
with a .lack Jlorner-likc pride, placed
tbo usual pio ou 'the regular shelf. A
few minutes later it was goue. lieu
drickyou borrowed Dc-toettve George
Cleveland's maguifviug glass. The
marks ou the shelf :utild hardlv be
classed as thumb prints, Ibul they" fur
nished a clue, Soou the indignant po
liceman had rousted out IJuafo, the po
lico dog, from a warm corner behind
a radiator. Banjo's airtu and his
shortness of breath betrayed him and
aceoiiDtod for tho disappearance of the
pio, as be stood and said as plain as a
dog might, "Wei, what are vou goine
to do about it?" " " b
Patrolman llcndriekson went lo a
bakery aud bought a' substitute pio of
thu .lapalac lopped variclv, taking
puins to explain that' his vflo did not
Ifcrc is a remedy that will cure your
cold. Why wasto time and money ex
perimenting when you can get a prepa
ration thai, has" won a world-wide repu
tation by its cures of this disease and
can always bo depended upou7 It is
known everywbero as Chamberlain's
Cough "Remedy, and is a mcdicino of
real merit. For salo by Schramm-.Tohu-son.
Drugs, "tho uovcrsub3titutors(,,
five (5) good stores. ( Advertisement)
Than we do can't bo done. Ccnlurj
Printing Co., 55-57 Postoffico placo.
sanio lineup as was used last winter
when iho varsity won both games by
narrow margins. Varsity rooters base
considerable of their hope on Parker,
an eastern man who it; plnylng a won
derful game at center. The "Y" team
ha3 four forwards, any one of whom
is a wonder. Probably the best of these
is Wilcox. Besides Wilcox, Grundfor has
always played a sreat pam at forward.
Flandro, the man who played such con
sistent ball at guard. Is back ut the gym
anil will be supported again by Korns.
Evans will be replaced by Skldmore
aud Fltspatiick. The varsity Is in line
shape with Ott Romney and Holmstead
ul forwards. Lon Romney at center, and
Skidmore. Fitzpatrlck and Eiickson at
guards. Wlllard Ashton and Homer
llolsington will oftlclatc.
The university freshman loam will
leave Salt Lake this morning for Logan
to play the B. Y. C. team tonight. They
will return tomorrow. Clarke, Hawley.
Real. Allrcd and West will compose the
NEW WORLD RECORD
By International News Service.
ST. PAUL. Minn., Jan 17. In the final
heat of the quartcr-mlle race of the
Western Sltatlnp association champion
ships ut the hippodrome rink here to
night. Robert McLean of Chicago estab
lished a new world's record by negotiat
ing the distance In US 1-5 seconds. Walter
Gunderson and Harry Kaad. also of Chi
cago, finished second and third respec
tively. McLean also won tho finals of
the Ihrec-mlle race In U minutes 30 sec
onds, with Gunderson and L. Olson of
Duluth second and third.
Indians vs. Buckors Tonight.
Coach Richardson's high school quin
tette Is rounding Into shape for tho open
ing of tho division league next Friday.
The Indian five are exceptionally fast
this year and will make ativ opposing
team battle to defeat them. With the
view of giving the boys all the possible
work before the lcaguo opens. Richard
son has arranged for a game with the
"Buckcrs." a fast amateur team of this
city, to bo played ns a preliminary to the
Y. M. C. A. vs. University contest this
St. Louis Players Sign.
ST. LOUIS. Mo-. Jan. 17. Outfielder
Luther Bonln and Catcher Frank Orossln
signed contracts today to play with the
local American league club during tho
season of 1013. Bonln was obtained from
the Columbus American Association club
In Kill, but an Injury kont him out of
thu game. Crossln camo here from the
Blnghamton (New York State league)
club last fall. Pitchers Harry Sallce and
Robert Harmon of the St. Louis Nation
als also have signed contracts for the
Take the "direct road" to health
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Pills for backache, rheumatism, weak,
soro kidneys and bladder irregularities.
Each ingredient is choscu for its posi
tive healing and curativo qualities. Fo
ley Kidney Pillg arc the best mcdicino
you can buy for kidney and bladder
troubles. Mrs. J. M. Findloy, Lyons,
Ga., says: "I look Foley Kidnoy Pills
and they eutirely cured me." Schramm
Johnson, Drugs, "the ncver-aubstitu-tors,"
five (5) good stores. I
JEAWNETTE WINS, HUT
'GHOST POMES HI
Missouri Boxer Gives Away
Weight and Keeps Big
By International News Service.
JOPLIN. Mo., Jan. 17. Joo Jeanctte
met Jeff Clarke, the "fighting ghost" of
Joplln. in a ten-round contest here to
night. Jcannette won by a shade, though
he had a hard tlma hitting the shifty
"ghost." Jcannette weighed 106 and
Clarke 1GI. In the eighth round Clarke,
was knocked down but got up Immedi
ate! v. The bout was held before tho
Southwest Athletic club and was at
tended by 1500 spectators.
Clarke was the aggressor in tho first
four rounds, but after that Jeannelto had
the better of the milling.
AMERICAN FORK FIVE
WIN; SCORE 26 TO 23
Special to Tho Tribune.
AMERICAN FORK, Jan. 17. In one of
the closest games of the season here to
night tho American Fork basketball
team defeated the Spanish Fork team
with a score of 20 to 23. The contest
was fast throughout with tho score fluc
tuating; from sldo to side till the final
basket was thrown. For the visitors.
Males and J. Andrews were the. stars,
the latter making- a greater portion of his
team's count from right forward. Vance
and Barrett were the best for the local
five. From the foul line Barrett and
Vance each made four out of five trials,
while Hales succeeded in tossing but
three out of six trials.
American Fork. Spanish Fork.
Vance if Stewart
Hawkins rf J. Andrews
J. Parker a Smith
Clark, Barrett Ig. Hayes, L. Andrews
C. Parker rg Hales
Referee Paul. U. o'f U.
BOXING LID CLAMPED
ON BY OMAHA POLICE
OMAHA. Neb., dan 17. A squad of
poilce and plain clothes men. headed by
a sergeant, appeared at the ringside
tonight when the scheduled fight be
tween Paokcy McFarland and Frankle
Whitney was ready for staging, and pre
vented tho belllgorents from appearing
as announced. The sheriff, with a corps
of deputies, also was present.
The two prospective lighters were In
troduced lo the audience, two wrestling
exhibitions were furnished and the en
tertainment ended. A few days ago
Chief of Police Dunn put a ban on box
ing matches and thus ended, for the
present at least, the promotion of fistic
carnivals in this city.
It was announced, however, that the
ten-round bout between "Knockout"
Brown and Billy Uvick at South Omaha
Monday night, would be carried out. I
South Omaha is a separata municipal
"Knockout" Brcnnau Loses.
PHJL-ADELPI-HA, Jau. 17. "Knock
out" Brcnnan was beaten tonight at the
Olympic A. C. by Jack McCarrcn of Al
lentown. It was a great fight all the
SHOOTING ITCH IS !
II BYJIGH SCHIj
Salt Lake Boys Defeat ComJ
petitors in Capital City, J
924 to 849. I
WASHINGTON. Jan. 17 The results!
of the first rifle shooting contest overf
held under the au.iplcea of the govern-
ment between the rifle tcamo of hllfv
schools in the various cities of the coun-4
try. for which a handsome new trophy!?
has been presented by the war duparts
mcnt, wero announced today as follows
The Iowa City high school defeated tht
Baltimore Polytechnic with a score om
fiC2 to 739; Dcerlng high school of Port--C
land, Mc.. defeated Biookllnc, Mass.. K
high, 351 to 693; the Southern hlsh of?
Philadelphia defeated De Witt Clinton
of New York City, 00S to S04; the hmy. K
vesant high of Now York City defeated
the High School of Commerce, .N'cw York"
City. SG5 to Sl'.i; The Morris high s-eliaol
of New York City defeated tho Eastern,
high, District of Columbia. S'JS to M0;
the Springfield. Mass.. Teach defeated
the Business high. District of Columbia,
S73 to 770; Portland. Me., high defeated.?
Tue-son. vz.. high. 303 lo 658; Salt Like''
high defeated District of Columbia !
.Manual training. 021 to SI3; Susnue-JJ
hanna. Pa., high defeated fault SteK
Marie, Mich., high. SSI to SOU. and tii-j
Utica Free academy, New York, defeat- i
ed the St. Louis, Mo , Manual train-
Ing. C7S to 55.".. ,
The competition, which begun last.
week, eonsists of a "round robin" serlK
of matches in which twenty high schools, -,i
coverlnr: a territory from .Maine lo-v
Arizona and from the District or Co-JjK
lumbla to Utah, arc taking part ForfA
nine weeks the schools will eotniii'to.ffiBf
against each other until, by a series ofW:
elimination, the winning team is deter-B:
JOHNSON AND PALZER
MAY FIGHT IN PARIS
NEW YORK. Jan. 17. Jack JolmiODB'
has agreed to fight Al Palzor In Paris for,
the world's championship on the night of
Juno 25. the eve of the grind prlx races, v
Tom O'Rourke. Palxer'.. manager, mi-R
nounccd the receipt of a telegram froro'
Johnson in Chicago, ueceptlng the terms V
offered by It. LIppc. In Pails, arranging
the match- The terms give the w nnor,
60 per cent of the galo receipts, with a,
guarantee of ?30.000.
Johnson's telegram follows: "Terraij;
satisfactory- Will make arrangements J, .
when T kpc you In regard to pictures and 1
transportation. Wire LIppc o. I
Thanks." . h j
L. D. S. IT. vs. B. Y. U. Tonight iWk
Coach Miller or Hie L. D. S. U. .j'rj!,6
leave this morning with a fcaskcujauWj
squad of seven to do battle with mWJ.
B. Y. U. quintette tonight. Those of tnnM"
Gold and Blue squad who will tnnkc rfcejW,
trip south are Sevy. Smith, Olcson. Ben J
nion, Parkinson. Clark and I-clt. Al
though the Provo school Is in the collcfje
class tho Sulnts expect to give them
hard game. jK-
Ponn Defeats Ames. rfc)
COLUMBIA. Mo.. Jan. 17. University lk
of Missouri basketball team again ojv
feated Ames college tonight by a score
25 to 15. .Jml
L ANNUAL CASH SALE
T(i -iavo determined lo make this selling event one to bo pleasantly , jfl
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j BQP SHOES FOR EVERY MEMBER OF YOUR FAMILY. IS.
In Our Mien's Seetian ur Ladies9 $2.50 Specials I
".Men's $G Kangaroo Shoes One line of viei, patent and gun metal m
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10 Per Cent Cut on All Boys' and Girls' Shoes. !
This cash sale now on and we guaraii- 1 CIIB'f
I tee you the best values of the season wllMbN I w wt
I The Place for Good Shoes. 25 EAST ' BROADWAY.