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L ij b . THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 24, 191 3- . . '1
I Mutt May Be Short on Courage, but He's Long on Judgment
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UNION LEAGUE WILL
I HEW CLUBS
H Lewistown, Mont., and Sev-
H eral Other Cities Are
H Anxious to Come In.
92 John McCloskoy, the Salt. Lake base-
flU ball magnate, returned from Butle hut
$51 nlsht full of enthusiasm over the rosy
jfi;l . niroEpccts of the Union association lliis
Sf&S year. Ho feels confident that the league
Ay"' be nn cisf11-0' organization, as
f3,t Pocatello lias almost completed arrange-
pljj menta to Join the league.
iJtJ Lowislown and Dillon, Mont., and Twin
Falls and Idaho Fulls, Tda., are all
45',l anxious to become members of the Union
association, and at present It looks as
though their chances wcro even, Ana-
Jf? i :onda, too, Is talking about putting In a
jag j club. Inasmuch as there Is room for only
wj'J one of these cities in tho league, there
ai7$ lsi Hkcl' to uo lively competition,
rt I .UcCIoskey wiid that the meeting of the
J.SjJ directors In Butte lasted only a few
3 hours. Election of officers was practlcal-
tx.t h' unanimous. The now president. E. C.
T-jih IMulroney. la a Missoula attorney, but he
1h r thirty-third degree fan. Besides hav-
' been something of a ball player hlni-
iB,8 self in an amateur way. With Hugh
Sjrl Campbell he went to the rescue of the
mil iHssoula club just after "Scrappy" BUI
Bjjj Joyce hod almost mined It. They" pulled
EKJ It out al'd now Missoula is one of the
b3 best ball towns of lta size In the world.
jjtlJ.' There will be a. meeting of the officers
switf of the Salt Lake club either today or
fun tomorrow, when arrangements win be
T&ft made to consider offers of u new ball
S3 "nrk- v
I RABBIT HUNTERS HOPE
TO MAJCE NEW RECORD
E. .1. Miller and his bunny chaser are
polishing their shotguns In anticipation
or what promises to be the greatest rab
bit killing- of the season. One hundred
and fifty liunters will make up the party
and an attempt will be made to lower
all records. Those men who became
convinced on the last hunt that twentv-K.-iugc
Is tho proper thing for rabbits
will use that bore on this trip and It
Is likely they will ,try to persuade the
others to do likewise. On the last hunt
the twenty-gauge shooters averaged far
above all others, many Individuals kill
ing near the hundred mark,
rt is estimated that between eight and
ten thousand bunnies will be killed In
the twelve hours of shooting. The rab
bits will be given to chori table Institu
tions for distribution among the poor.
The huntera will leave Salt Lake at
midnight Saturday on a. special train,
arriving at Rosette station earlv Sun
day morning, commencing shooting soon
Si I GOV. JOHNSON'S SON
g; ' TOO HEAVY FOR CLARK
k SAX FRANCISCO. Jan. 23. There will
Ri.r he no six-round bout tomorrow between
BJ: ; Ernlo Clark of Los Angeles, amateur wol-
riS! terwnlght champion of the Pacific coast.
; and Archie Johnson, youngest con of Gov.
$41 Tllram W. Johnson. When Johnson
'fr-r' "weighed In today at the Olympic; club, the
'. beam balanced at US pounds, three
tjrgr pounds over tho welterweight limit.
KM In refusing to waive the difference In
'yil "weight, DeWitt Tan Court, representing
Uj?' "Clark boxes at 3S pound?, and T could
J' not afford to let him risk his title against
a. man ten pounds hcavlor. Johnson Is a
middleweight and one of the cleverest for
V'jf his inches and pounds I have ever sen
A?i With a lets able contender 1 might ,take a
R5( Johnson himself seemed slncerelv dls-
SS; appointed and anxious to go on. He had
fiiv. trained faithfully and stripped strong and
fifi i Eivera's Father DIob.
j L.OS ANGELES. Jan. 23, Andrew
!fc 1 Tbarra, father of Joe Rivers, the llght-
Hj -weight pugilist, died today of pulmonary
tuberculosis. The young fighter reached
Wm his father's bedside Junt a few hours bc-
H fore the end came, afler breaking several
! ring dates In the east.
HQa Lost Title, but Keeps Job.
mB NEW YORK. .Ian. 2.1. Fred Snodgrass,
MB -whose muff of a lly was tlie proximate I
BWW isiiiso of tho CSIanti? loMnir the world's '.
gjjK title to the Boston Red Sox. signed a
ngfc Giant contract today. Snodgrass Eald
wi ho got a raise of salary.
1$ I Here! I
I Mr. Businessman I
:i I IIow yu expect to make au H
I effective display of your goods I
I behind broken glass, whother it 1
Is in a window or a- show case? H
' Oali us up: wc arc doctors for I
''. H nny kind of window panes. H
y The Culmer Co.
;vj!i GLASS AND GLAZING,
355 So. W. Temple.
, Wasatch 3200.
THE CINDER. 11 TO 5,
is juabez am
Irish Gentleman, Ridden by
Hoffman and Quoted at 3
to I, Wins Fourth.
J3y International News Service.
KL. PASO, Tex.. Jan. 2:;. The Cinder,
coupled with AVcntworth, and quoted at
1G to 5. rewarded numerous backers- by
winning handily here today. There was
no separate place or show belling. Irish
Gentleman took the fourth from Florence
First race, six furlong Roberta, 10(3
(R. Guy), i to J, won; Auto Girl, 101 (B.
Steele). S to J. second: Commendation,
IOS (Eslep), to 1, third. Time, 1:14 4-fi.
Tallow Dip, Ladv Young, Good Intent,
Uannls, Reedwoll. Hugh Gray. Judge
Walton. Evran and Ah Moon also ran.
Second raco, six furlongs The Cinder.
10fi (Tcahan), lfi to 5, won: Weyam, lis
(R flloffnian). 7 to "J, second; Kenneth,
105 (Burlingamc). S to 1, third. Time,
l:ia 4-H. Rooster. Colquitt. Wentworlh.
Uarsac, Amelia 13. and Valletta also
Third race, one mile Mary Emily. 10."i
(Tcahan), 13 to 5, won: Duncraggan. 110
(R. Hoffman). 7 to 2, second: Calclhum
pian, 108 (13. Steele), 5 to 2, third. Time.
1:40 1-3. Lady "Willie. Lotta Creed. Har
lem Maid, Sleepland and Guy Spcnxer
Fourth race, five and a half furlongs
Irish Gentleman, 10S (R. Hoffman). :i to
1, won: Florence Roberts, 103 (B. Steele).
S to 5, second; Pride of Lifsrnorc. 105
(Klrschbaum), S to 5, third. Time,
1:0G l-o. John Furlong and Anion also
Fifth race, five and a half furlongs
T. Gcmmell. 10G . (Estep), G to 1. won:
Song of Rocks, 101 (Hatsey). 10 to 1.
second; Percy Henderson, 304 (Carles),
10 to 1. third. Time, 1:07 1-5. Compton.
Rosenta, Beda and Marsand also ran.
Sixth race, six furlongs Royal Dolly.
101 (Robblns). S to 1. won: Gellco. 10S
(Cavanaugh), 3 to 1, second; Anne Mc
Goe. 106 (Burllngame). 3 to 1, third.
Time, 1:14 3-5. Orhnar Lad. Lawn. CllnL
Tucker, Oscuro, Cool and Hidden ITond
Navy Football Captain.
ANNAPOLIS. Jan. 23. IC. P. Gilchrist i
of Missouri was elected today captain
of the Naval Academy football team. 1
REBELS FIRE Ml
EL PASO. Tex., Jan. 23. Telephone re
ports late this afternoon state that Mexi
can rebels this morning fired on United
States troopers of the Thirteenth cavalry
patrolling the border near FahcnSj Tex.
Raiding of ranches by rehela in the same
vicinity today resulted In a fight with
American ranchmen, who drove the raid
ers over the line, killing one of them.
It was said that the troop patrol did
not return the rebels' volley and that
, nont of tho American soldiers was in
jured. The firing on the United States
troops occurred directly opposite Guada
lupe, where 100 rebels were located, Tho
American ranches were ralded'somc miles
to the west. Troop B of the Thirteenth
cavalry has been rushed to the scone.
It was said late today that Gen. Jose
Blanco, released by the rebels at Guada
lupe, brings a peace offer to the federal
government from the rebels, who threaten
to take Juarez unless their demands arc
granted. The matter Is rejected toy tho
Mexlcon consul here as "Impossible," thu
details of tho prorfcred plan being with
held General Blanco says he Is under
parole not to enter the field against the
The Insurrcctos nl Guadalupe arc un
der command of Col. Rolquc Gomez, and
American ranchmen report that they are
well armed and mounted. They will co
operate with another group organized at
Palomas, opposite Columbus, N. M., by
Col. David de Ja Fueiite. who recently
Jumped bond at Han Antonio. Tex., where
ho was held on a neutrality violation
charge. Other groups are paid to be op
crating Immediately below Juarez along
the railway lines. Inez Halazar, who ap
pears to be the acting rebel comma niler-In-chic.
's reported to be operating fur
ther to thy south and may encounter fed
, eral reinforcements belnrr rushed to the
Juarez garrison from the state capital.
At Juarez, today two Canct cannon,
throwing shrapnel .were placed on a hill
romrnandlng the town from tho southwest.
Two machine guns complete tho -artillery
strength. Aaldo from 300 regular troops,
come 150 rural and city police and cus
toms guards have been called upon to be
If the' rebels delay longer in moving on
Juare., the taking of the bdrdcr town
will be difficult. Military trainc bearing
700 federals of all arms in service are
expected to arrive at Juarez before to
morrow morning from Chihuahua City
behind work trains which have made rec
ord tlmo In cribbing the bridges burned
by rebels along the Mexican Central mil
way. Communication on the ruilwav
wires was restored tonight.
"Mosida by the Lake'' irrigated
lands at 6100 per aero, with liiirnl
terms, is the "best buy" ever offered
tho local market. Wife, write or call
the National Savings & Triiat Co,, top
floor Wajker Bank building, Salt Lake
Citv- Phone Wasatch 4fl07.
COURT MAKES RULING
CINCINNATI. O., Jan. 2. The na
tional baseball commission issuod today a
notice to major league clubs putting an
Interpretation on that part of the na
tional agreement relative to the releaso
of drafted players. It says that when
a major league club desires to release
a drafted player on whom It has secured
interlcaguo waivers It must notify only
tho secretary of the National association,
the president of the league from which
the player was drafted and the national
IC the player Is claimed by the club
from which he was secured, or any other
club In the association, that club will
notify tho club which drafted the player,
the league from which he was drafted
and tho commission within ten days aftor
he has received notice, providing it Is
after February f. This is five days after
i the time National association clubs are
I permitted to tllo claims for drafted major
If no National association clubs claim
the player, then Ihc releasing club may
do with hliu what It deems best. A
major leaguo club la reiuirid to enlcr
Into contract with its drafted players.
When a National association club
claims the player a check for him must
bo forthcoming to the National associa
tion within five days, and this will be
forwarded through proper channels to the
Athletes for Aggies.
Joe Cainc, manager-elect of the 1913
Salt Lake high school cloven, announced
yesterday that he would leave the local
school at the close of the present seni
' eater, finishing the year at the Agricul
tural college in Logan. Carl Oleson and
Harvey Ward are also considering the
Shooting Match Tonight.
The high school rifle team that baa
been showing up so well against eastern
competitors in the lutorclty High School
league will meet the Salt Lake Rifle
club In the third of a series for the city
championship tonight on the high school
range. Prior to thf local malch the
school team will shoot Its weekly seoro
for the national championship.
High. Five Goes to Logan.
High school basketball fans will have
anothor week In which to whet their ap
petites for the division league game.
Coach Miller leaves with the Saints to
dav for Logan, where he villi meet tho
i Aggies and B. V C. today and tomorrow.
The Granlto and Burlington fives will
clash tonight at Granlto In their second
Academy Team Wins.
POCATELLO, Tda.. Jan. 23. The acad
emy basketball team last night defeated
the Y. M, C. A. bascketball team by the
scoro of 44 to 23. Stnrs for tho academy
were Gnllet. GIfford and Roubldowy; for
the Y- M C. A.. Etwell and Klrkendall.
WASHINGTON. Jan. 23. A? the re
sult of a general canvass In the senate
today announcement was made that In
all probability there would be no general
public reception to President Wilson fol
lowing his Inauguration on March i.
When the Washington inaugural com
mittee: rof erred the subject lo the con
gressional Inaugural committee and that
I body refused to take cognizance of it,
the senate members of the committee,
led by Senator Overman of North Caro
lina, Interviewed practically all members
of the senate. They found a prepon
derance of opinion in opposition to any
public demonstration on the evening fol
lowing the Inauguration.
It was reasoned that the Inauguration
ceremonies, involving a trip to the capl
tol, participation In the Inauguration of
the vice president and the proceedings
In the senate, tho delivery or the Inau
gural address and the prolonged review
of the inaugural procession would bo
tlreeome. and it was feared, that If these
wera followed by a geno-al reception
Mr. Wilson s endurance would be over
taxed, especially as It would bo imprac
ticable to limit the attendance. It Ik es
timated that from 50.000 to 100,000 poo
ple would be in the Hue to shake hands
with the new president.
There nlso is apprehension as to tho
result upon the people themselves of
getting together such a throng, Tho
fact is recalled that when President
Jackson undertook to give an Inaugural
reception the White houije was soon over
run and some of the poople were so dis
orderly that It became necessary to throw
many out through the windows.
Many also remember the scones of dis
order In connection with the lving in
otttto in the cnpitol of the body of Presi
dent McKlnley when it was brought here
on the way to Ohio, Tlitj president
elect's friends in the senate feel satis
fied that their dc-ialon will meet with
his approval. They declare that If the
hmwp' should adopt a resolution provid
ing for a reception. It would be killed In
QUINCY NOT GUILTY
ON THREE CHARGES
NEW YORK. Jan. 23 The Jury trv-
Ing Julian Hawthorne, Joslah Qulncy and
others for alleged misuse of tho malls
to defraud In promoting mining schemes,
was directed by Federal Judge Mayer
today to return a verdict of not guilty
In tho case of three lndlctrnenta against
Qulncy. Thin leaves two Indictments still
pending against him. The Indictments
thus aisnilised concerned Qulncy's al
leged connection with the Temagaml. the
Elk Lake and the Montreal J a mow mincB.
the court holding that, the government
had failed to connect him In any way
with these companies.
There 'ire five indictments pending
against the three other defendants. The
trial on these and the two remaining
against Qulncy wa.i continued today after
a rocess of twelve day occanloned by
thi puddvn Illness of Judge Hough.
Bat nelson dumb when .
posing at the altar
By International Nows Service.
CHICAGO. Jan. 23. Rome made
somewhat of a stab at, getting
excited when Caesar used to come
home and Paris exploded with
excellent effect for Napole
onic returns. but for prossure to
the siuare Inch .the Joy of llegcwlsch
whon Battling Nelson was married to
day exceeded all known records.
Miss Fay King, the bride, arrived
early In tho morning from Denver with
Nelson and Mrs. John R. Robinson. Un
der the guidance of Manager John R.
Robinson they bought a trousseau In
State street and a license at the city
hall. They had loft Denver in such a.
hurry the brldo had little baggage.
'Master of Ceremonies Robinson then
piloted thein to a special Illinois Cen
tral car, already tilled with friends, and
a brass band played throughout the trip
lo Hcgewisch. Every house and store
was decorated and every Inhabitant was
at the station.
The trip to tho Nelson homo was a
triumphal procession. The house wa3
overspread with bunting and tings. Soon
afler noon the Rev. Walter Pearson of
Davenport, la., performed tho ceremony.
As he said the llnal words the bride
wept and collapsed. Soon she revived
There was a wedding dinner, after
which the company, followed by towns
people and peasantry, returned to the
TINKER TIES STRING
TO M'INTYRE'S JOB
CHICAGO. Jan. 23. Harry Mclnlyre,
n former member of the Chicago Ameri
can league baseball club, will go south
with the Cincinnati National Icague club
on Its spring training trip. He and Man
ager Joe Tinker came to terms tonight.
Tinker stipulated, however, that Mc
Intyre must show he Is In good condi
tion before he is placed on tho payroll
regularly. Manager Callahan of the lo
cal American league club announced to
night that he probably would use JIarrv
Lo'd. tho old third baseman, In the out
field this year.
car and proceeded down town, where the
bride and groom were hosts later in the
day at another feast at the Wellington
hold. Before the car started the mov
ing pictures were taken.
Tho Rov. Mr. Pearson balked at tho
inoving picture camera. When the bride
discovered that he was not In tho
"movies' she expressed her rogret.
"Wo ought to have you In," she told
him; "you're the proof."
When tho operator nhouted to Nelson
and tho brld lo "talk to each other"
Nelson only found the power to grin.
The bride chided him.
"Go on, look at me as if you liked
me." she s'ald.
Still conversation would not come to
the "Battler." but he put action into
the picture by kissing her several times.
"I'm not used to this big leaguo stuff,'
was tho plaint of the bride when Robtn
aon asked her what made "her so pale.
Later she thought of i queer pugilistic
combination In her affairs.
"Just think." she said, "Ad Wolgast
Is visiting my father in Portland. I had
a dlnnor engagement for tonight with
Willie Ritchie In Denver and here I am
married to Battling Nelson."
Mrs. Nelson will return Monday to
Denvor to resume her work as an artist
on a newspaper. Her husband will fill
his boxing dates.
COOLEY MAY START
Br International News Service.
LOS ANGELES. Cal.. Jan. 23. Dick
Coolcy, the former Salt Lake Union
league magnate. !u considering an offor
from Cal Ewlng, the San Francisco Coast
league owner, to start a class D league
In central California. Coast leaguo mag
nates are anxious to have such an organ
ization as a training school for prospec
tive Coast league players.
Kodak Pictures Finished.
Mail us yonr films. Salt. Lake
Photo Supply Co. 159 Main street.
Exclusive photo dealers.
SHULTZ IS SOLD TO
Ey Intcrnallonal News Service.
PHILADELPHIA, Jan. 23. Manager
Dooln today sold Shultz outright to the
Sacramento club of the Pacific Coast
leaguv. Manager Wolvorton has also se
cured Drucke of the GIantn and Arel
lanos of the Red Sox and ought to havo a
good staff this season. The contract
whloh President Locke 6cnt to Southern
Pines has been accepted and the Phillies
will train there this year. The players
aro to report on February 24. The golf
club of tho .southern health resort Is to
turn over tho club houso to the Phillies
and have the grounds ready for uso with
in a month's time.
LONG LARRY SIGNS
CINCINNATI. O., Jan. 23. John
(Larry) McLean, tho erstwhile Cincin
nati catcher, signed a contract hero to
day with the St. Louis National leaguo
team for next oeanon.
Manager Miller Hugglns of the St.
Louis Nationals held a conference with
President Charles W. Murphy of tho
Chicago Nationals, but announced at, Its
conclusion that no tra-des hod been ar
ranged. "I liRVe said before and reiterate that
neither Konetchy or Sallflo are for sale."
said Hugglns. "Murphy wanted these
Windsor Bowlers Win.
The Windsor bowlers won two out of
1 three games from the Oil team last
night. Tonight there will be a game
between two picked teams
Williams US 177 150 K3
Floyd Ill 131 192 -131
Sheets 117 171 116 494
Danslc 117 172 172 4C1
J. Qulnn 206 $25 172 COS
Totals 729- S7G 332 2337
. CONTINENTAL OIL COMPANY.
Vincent 150 12S 9S 37S
Evcngton 134 113 131 378
Hunks 151 122 112 3SS
Snyder HO 140 140 120
Hughe: 153 101 125 472
Totals 731 697 60C 2024
Handicap 'SS SS SS 3G4
Totals S19 785 694 228S
The varsity basket-ball team contlnuiit
to Improve and Is getting so fast that Vn?
the supporters of the fellow? arVh".i 1
ning to call for a state chamnlnVAil";
Last night the fellows played 1 lTo X
practice gamos. one with the second ti
and one with the frcshles. The cImSS;
tho frcshles was a surprise. The '
the freshlcs get over the floor Is aet,f'
ly startling and doubtlers who are h
derlng what the varsity will do nc-x iriS"
ter for a basketball team need onlv tl
take a look at tho Infants In action i!
bo reassured. 1 19
In tho first half of tho game the fm
men hold tho first team to IS to l' tn'
the beginning of the next half, afttr'flr.
minutes of play, the count stood at i?
to 20, but the half ended with tht M '
29 to 21 In favor of tho big fellow. ,
Tho second team still shows x'littii
lack of training. Although the bovj u
fast and show good team work thr 15
havo not aB yet succeeded In locating W fi1
baskets and many good chances u icmi I j
are let slip, Tho varsity succeeded it
piling up 32 points against 19 for lh hi
second team. -Ei
The frcshles and tho varsity will tniif.Ei
again this afternoon and may bo'i'BJ
practice this evening In the Y. 31. c, JiB
aa the second game with the syninaelurajBi
team will be played tomorrow on t&u'K
downtown floor. .E
JOHNNY DUNDEE IS IE
VICTOR OVER SHEA1
By International News Service tmfc
WATER BURY, Conn., Jan. 23. Jofcnarvljl
Dundee, tho featherweight, gave TomnuBy
Shea a hard trouncing In a twelve-rounlijE
bout here tonight. Dundee was theifcK
gressor throughout and had Shea on t&tjiK
verge of a knockout several times. Youm'Wi
O'Leary won from Duffy Fculks la i;Kj
rattling ten-round contest. The topirK
were Immediately rcmatched, totiljttVhB
bout having been so bitterly contested "J
$100 an acre for irrifjatcd land. (ml.Ki
as a tahlo top, deep and fertile, iVi'Pjj
bargain. 45 and a day's time will
prove this. Arrango with the Wt
tional Savings & Trust Co,, top fiooOBF
Walker Bank building, for a trip'ii,
"Mositla by the Lake," ono of ImW
richest 3pots in Utah valley. ElectrMI
power line through the tract: telophoai Be
connections "with the whole country, w
Yon '11 'he charmed -with the place, all If
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