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I Thorpe Confesses; Cuts
Down U.S.Olympic Score
World's Greatest Athlete Admits He is Profes
sionalAmerican Officials Will Apologize to
Sweden for Entering Him as Amateur.
II lii'rrnationul News Service.
jliV YORK, 2T. Jim Thorpe.
JY I (he greatest all-around nthlel
I J that thin or any ottiar country ha
A ' rvci known -.Mm TlKrpc. the
wonderful IihIIiiii football. Imse
1 a'l tucket bull and luorosa pluycr:
Wad and high Jumper, hurdler aud
tpilntfr laurrll by a king- "n't "--i
'aimed bv million haa finally ndmllted
IN tin against Hie law of amateurism.
One small Indiscretion of hln athletic
toii"i has -omc forward at thin Into day
aftrr ie hud iron .'(II Urn glories that
otiM bo gained In ht chosen field and
c finds himself branded as n "prof cm -s
onal" the moil IichIouh offenso thai
ray bt ronimltlcil anions amateur.
It Jicenis a little thine cnoufrh that Uds
snf.it r.irllflo star did. In the jtumincr
o' 1903 und 1110 lie plstjod Iwsobull for
moi cy nltli the Rocky .Mountain tcmn
of thciEHjtern Carolina nwclntlon as Well
an th KaycttovJIIf ton in of the amo league
n. Icauo that standn for all tho pro
fCMlonal hall plnyrr means when he re
fers scornfully to the "bushef."
Today thin h-asne. probably novor very
halo and hearty In Ita most proepcroiiH
day?, Is defunct, hut It lived lone enough
to funilah n means for the destruction of
hl career aa an amateur of the greatest
athlete of all times.
All the material honors that Thorpe
xalncd In tho Olympic pumcH of 101"
' t'-e trophic and -what not hav I wen
xtrlpped from the Indian holder and Ihov
will be returned to tho donors. None of
hip marveluuu records will stand. They
will he wiped out completely ns If they
never existed, althouph It Ib rathor
doubtful If this summary method will ro
movo them from tho memory of the peo
ple who follow athletic events.
The destruction of thes records will
work a revolution In the athletic world.)
Maitln Sheridan will regain hln old all- j
around American reeord: Sweden 'will
Tiive up In athletic standing: other
.ountrles will likewise profit, all he
rauso one pure-blooded American played
a little baseball a few years apo. t
Thorpe says he did not play for the
actual money he ealned.
Ills letter of confession follows:
I played baseball at Uocky Mount
nnd at Fayettcville. X. C. In the
summer of 1903 and 1010 under my
wn name. On the snme teams I
r"iycd ulth several oolleee men from
'lie north who were minting money
h' playins bsll durlnsr their vacations
ind who were regarded as amateurs
a' home. 1 did not play for the
orev thsrc was In it. because my
proncrly brinies mc In enouKh money
H live on. hut because I liked to piny
'jal'.. I waa not vcrv wise In the
v.ajs of the world and did not real
re thlr. was wrong, and It would
n:akc mc a profeMdonal In track
porls. although I learned from the
other players thai It would be better
f jr me not to let any one know that
I was playing, and for tliat reason I
nc, tr told anyono at the school about
i until today.
In the fall of 1911 I applied for re
admlssiou to this school and camu
back to continue my studies and lake
part In the school sports, and of course
I wanted to get on the Olympic team
ind take the trip to Stockholm. I
' .id Mr. Warner send in mv appllca
Mon for registering in the A. A. U..
a'ter I had answered the questions
md signed it, and I roccived my card
allowing me to compete In the win
ter mecta and other track sports. T
never realized until now what a big
mistake I made by keeping It a
e-ret about my ball playing and I
rtTi sorrv I did so. 1 hone I will be
r..trt!v excuse.! by the fact that I was
H 'mpty an Indian school bov and did
H ' ot know all about such things. In
H 'art, I did not know that I wax do-
1 Ipg wrong, because I was doing what
H 1 knew several other college men
ad done, except that the did not
B UT their own names.
Not for the Coin.
H I 1.avc alwaya lkkel sport and only
f .ired or run raoett for the fun of
B thing and novnr to oarn monco.
B ( Vae received offers amojMtlm? to
H :ousndo of dollars Muce mv vlc-
-iff lat suminer. bat 1 havo turned
B ' rai all down because I did not care
make mono from my athletic
.in. i R(n vorv sorry. Mr. Sullivan.
Kivc It all spoilod In tola way and
I .iop th amateur athletic union
and the peool not be too hard
H r ludglnc mc.
: ' Clancy, manager of the Rocky
H toiint team of the bash louguc aforc-
H ruii mantJoiiad. was tho unconscious nu-
H or of Tlronte' amateur downfalU A
-r;ier lutervlewtng thla nun Clancy
-a a ntctara of the Itocky Mount club
"? recognlMMl Tlorpe la the group,
ticy trtl to hack oat of tho kIUjm
n but the truth wH out nwl on top
B nr t-e story as puWHahed camo bun
H Mk of letter to the Amateur Athletic
H r. from pT80iis who aoddaaly r-
B r--'ft& havhtr kntwrn Thorpt will n
Was No Secret.
H I' fact it deA'Vop thai down aouth,
H -t fr Thorpe played, and among his.
f-.er.d and aaKH-tnt thre wfia ao
H t-r tt 0 u, fu-t that h played baabsill
H n-mej dM not know thai thee wm
B i particular harm in It- taurine the
B D" rr.pic gamM southern rPn printed
H toiir and picture of the great Irdlan.
H .c"ing Ma prow! atxj f ro.
H nc lo liU Duob. ,-.,,-. (M
grwil sprinter, waa officially e.xpunsed
ironi the records.
A stuleuionl from Iho Amateur Ath
letic Union of tho United Suites otates
that It never had tho leuht suspicion of
the f.-i that there had been an act of
alleged profcKMonallsiu on Thorpe's part.
"The widest possible publicity was
ghen of tho team select el by the Ameri
can Olympic committer and it seems
stiiinco that men ha vine knowledgo of
Thorpe' professional conduct dlcf not
:U Htifli time, for iho honor of their
country, come forward and place In tho
hands of the American commit too such
information aa they had," sayK the state
ment. The committee, too. adds a word of
sympathy for the Id Ian.
"It should bo, noted," Is says, "that
Mr. Thorpe Is an Italian of limited edu
cation In the ways of others than his
The report condemns Thorpe fr con
cealing the fact thai he had profession
alized himself, hut adds I hat the commit
tee feels that those who knew of his pro
fessionalism arc deserving of still gmilor
censure for ihclr silence.
Apology to Sweden.
The American Olympic committee, con
sisting of Oustavc T. IClrby. .lumen B.
Sullivan und Harlow S. Weeks, tenders
an apology to the Swedish Olympic com
mittee, and through the International
Olympic committee to the nations of iho
work! for having entered Thorpo and
having permitted him to compete ar tho
Olympic games of 1IU2. It announces
that It will do everything in its power
to .secure the return of the prizes and the
readjustment of points won by him.
At tho dose of tho football season of
1012 all eastern experts picked Thorpe
as the .ill-American fullback. In tho
game against tho army at "West Point, as
well a In nearly every game In which ho
figured, lie was the star.
Thorpe both pitched and played first
base with the Rocky Mount and Kayette
vlllo teams and several big league man
agers are said to have made him offers.
He also had a chance to play on a pro
fessional lacrosse team.
During the Olympic games of 1912 he
stood head and shoulders above all tho
other athletes, not only in point of
prowess, but in the attention he at
tracted. Tho king of Sweden told him
he was tho greatest athlete In the world
ami Issued him a special invitation to
visit the palace, but Thorpe did not ap
pear. It was rumored that the king in
tended to bestow a decoration upon him.
Thorpe won the pentatholon of five
events and the decathlon, consuming ton
events. These covered practically every
branch of track and Held positions.
Shortly after his return to America he
won th American all-around champion
ship. He was to have competed tomor
row night at the Pastime Athletic club
Thorpe, is a member of the Fox and
Sac Indian tribes, of about 6 years of
age. and has been at Carlisle for four
years. He held a registration card In the
A. A. U. for two years. Prior to Join
ing that organization he had won many
events In college track meets. M. Frcld
man. superintendent of the Carlisle
school, notified James K. Sullivan of the
A. A. U. today that the prixes won by
Thorpe are at the union's disposal, and
Mr. Sullivan Instructed him to send them
to the association's offices here.
The prompt action of the amateur au
thorities In the Thorpe matter Is being
widely commended In the athletic world,
and. while Thorpe's admission came as a
great blow to ever;' ono Interested In
athletics, the summary handling of the
case by the union removes any prospect
of discredit falling upon American ath
letics In general.
NEW YORK WOMEN TO
GET VOTE ON SUFFRAGE
ALBANY", X. T.. Jan. 27. The senate
resolution proposing a constitutional
amendment for the enfranchisement of
women waa adopted today by the assem
bly. If It passes the legislature of 115
the question will be submitted to tho
voters of the state for approval at the
general election that p ear The resolu
tion contains a provision for the natural
isation of alien women who become citi
zens by marriagn by renulrine a five
yars" rosldonca In tho United States.
Having been successful In getting the
resolution through the legislature, suf
frajriat leaders said no effort would be
made to secure an amendment to the
election laws to permit women watchers
at the polls In 1915.
Th floor and galleries of tho assem
bly were crowded In anticipation of a
lively debate on the question, but the
proceedings were briof. Only Ave assem
bly men voted against the resolution.
RECEPTION AT WHITE
; HOUSE NOT LIKELY
TRBXTO.V. X. J.. .Ian. 27. President
elect Wllaon heard today of th sugges
tion to hold a reception In the white.
bou Instead of at the capitol at night
on the day of hf Inauguration, but he
doos not think the plan practicable,
"I have had no formal Intimation of
It." he Mid. "bat frlonds tell me It
would hardly be possible to hold a re
ception at the white hooee that night
as tbrc probnWy would he ISC.MO po
ple In the city of lYaahlngion at the
time, and of course I don't think a re
ception on that craning should b by In.
I Kodak Pictures Finished.
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' priy firrrr J
New Olympic Standing
Jmc Thorpe must, forfeit all rec
ords alnce J00D and roUirn all
prizes. This will moan Miat the
tropliic3 and prizcj; won in tho pen
tathlon must ho given to F. B. Bic
of Norway. Donahue Untied States,
sots nccond place in tho ponlatlilon.
In tlic decathlon Wcieandor of Swe
den supersedes Thorpo as the win
ner, and Lomhcrg, alno of Sweden,
got second place. TJuin Sweden's
117 points arc- increased to .'50 ly tho
decathlon, putting that country
second instoad of Finland. Nor
way's 2 point arc- augmonted to 6
points by credit for tho pentathlon.
The standing of tho various coun
tries as IJtey will lo when points
credited to Thorpo have been cor
rectly distributed follows: Unitod
State? loses l pointn for tho pon
tathlon and ." for tho decathlon, re
ducing the original scoro of 8B to
78; Sweden, with 3 points added
for tho decathlon, haa SO: Finland,
29: Great Britain, Jf; Greece, !;
Hungary. 1; Germany, -1; Franco,
1; Canada, 7; South Africa, f;
JACK DILLON FAILS
! TO MAKE APPEARANCE
By International News .Service.
SRRI.VOFIISLD. O.. Jan. 2-7. .T.-u-lc Tll
i Ion failed to put in an appearance hero,
tonight tn meet Tommy Connors of
Soranton. Pa., and Glen Coaklcy of Fort
Wayne. Ind.. wa.s substituted. The bout
went twenty rounds to a draw. Ouak
ley has loo big and heavy for Counura
and refused to lead. Coaklcy finished
strong and had Connors's face badly dis
figured. In tho scml-wlndup Karl Fish
er of Cincinnati won from Jimmy Breyi
nan of Minneapolis in leu rounds.
YOUNG CORBETT ERRS
IN CALLING IT DRAW
By International Xcws Service.
BRIDGEPORT. Conn.. Jan. 27. Young
Jack O'Brien of Philadelphia and Al
ICetchell of this ciiy fought a ton-round
draw before tho South End Athletic club
hrc tonight. TCotchell seemed lo have
the better of tho argument throughout
and forced the fighting, but Young Cor
bet t. who acted as referee, called the go
Swimming Eecords Broken.
XEW HA VEX. Conn.. Jan. 27 Tale
defeated McGlll unlvcrsilv of Canada In
a dual swimming meet hero tonight. 39
to H. Four Intercollegiate records were
broken. Yale won the GOO-foot relay race
In 1 minute, AA 2-iI seconds, hroakine the
record of 1 minute. A ?.-5 second. Hoad
ley of Yale won the- fifty-yard swim In
25 3-5 seconds, breaking the record of
26 seconds. Hodgson of McGUI lowered
twd records. He won the 220-yard swim
In 2 minutes. 29 2-5 seconds, breaking
the record of 2 minutes. 37 seconds. In
tho 100-yard swim he made the distance
In FiS 2-"i seconds, clipping off one-fifth
of a second from the record.
O'Toolo mips Moy.
By International Xcws (Service.
PI-ULADELiPinA. Jan. 27. Tommy
O'Toolc won the decision over Eddie
'Moy in a six-round go at the Olympla
Athletic club horo tonight. Hard rights
and lefts to the head won for O'Toolc.
VOTED TOWN WET
Stale Senator Keeker of Denver
Unburdens His Mind During
DKXVER. Jan. 27. Senator Helen R.
Robinson's bill to amend the constitu
tion to permit tho legislature to pass a
bill admitting women to Jury duty pre
cipitated a heated nuarrel of an hour In
the legislature today. Sonator Williams
attacked the btll on the ground of moral
ity. "I should hate to see tho tlmn come."
said lie. "when my wife or my daughter
would be chosen for Jury service and be
locked In a room with several men Jurors
over night or for several nights. I should
hate to Ece the time come when my wife
or m.v daughter were forced to appear In
court and show cause why they should
not serve on a jurv. And there are many
criminal cases In the trial of which It Is
an Insult to ask a woman to listen to the
evidence brought out."
Senator John Ilcckcr of Denver replied
"Women have equal suffrage. Tf they
want to elt on Juries I can't sec whv thov
shouldn't. Whan the Hauor question was
brought up In Denver It was the womon
who votd the town wet. The women of
this town drink more highballs and cock
tails than the men do anyhow, and they
smoke more cigarettes a day than the
men do. I can't see whv ther shouldn't
be allowed-to serve on Juries If they are
anxiour: for It."
The Mil was passed on second reading.
Escaped After Fifteen Years.
VC. P. P,roylc3 made a sqcccasfyj cs
cape Hftor fiftocn yrars of suffering
from fcidncr ami bladder troubles. Fo
ley Kidney PHh rolonsed him and will
do just tho same for others. Ho says:
"They curod a most aevoro backache
with painful bladder irropilaritics, and
thoy do all you claim for them." Re
fuse substitute. Scbramm-.Johnson,
Prugi, "the nuvw subetitutors, " five
(5) Rood, itores. (Advertisement) J
Soldiers Badly Frozen. '
BILLINGS, iiont., Jan. S7. Two pri
vate of the company of soldiers sta
ltoird at Trrt Tdlowtonn National
pwrV trho 1ippcnr-f w.-hl) on dtiti
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SLOW mm DRAW
Driscoll and Moran Battle for
Featherweight Title of
liOXDOX. Jan. 27. Jem Driscoll, the
British featherweight champion, and
Owen Moran of England fought a 20
ioiiiiiI draw tonight. The conlst took
pine nl. llm National Sporting club.,
where a great crowd witnessed a fast
The baltl! way a disappointment. 11
began tlowly and ended slowly and never
tn its Intermediate stages did It roch
the point of nroucing the onlookers to
any considerable degree of excitement.
Both wcro over the featherweight limit.
Driscoll weighed In at 10 pound r. and
Moran at 12 IJ. Dotting opened 2 to 1 on
Driscoll nnd was soon 0 lo I against Mo
ran. Moth men clinched repeatedly through
out. In the eleventh round tho fight
showed signs of livening up whon Dris
coll landed on Mbran's mouth and the
latter Touched his opponent with loft
hooks. This was only temporary, how
ever, and tho light for tho British feath
erweight championship, which , waa ex
pected lo bo lively on account of the an
dont enmity between tho two men, came
to the last round with neither man suc
cessful in gaining 1 lie lead. The dofenso
of each was too much for tho other to
After the twelfth round, when both
men wcro warned agaliiKt clinching, the
battle lacked luster and evidently had
passed its climax. Moran used his head
suspiciously. in the slxlootith chapter
not a clean blow was struck; In tho next
and tho eighteenth rounds, tho referee
did most of the work In warning both
fighters, while tho nineteenth round was
another In which neither man landed a
In tho twentieth both exerted them
selves to got the lead, but without suc
rcss. and the fight ended as it began
B. Y. U, vs. B. Y. C. Saturday.
Spoclal to The Tribune.
PROVO. Jan. 27. Coach Eugene Rob
erts of tho IJ. Y. U. announced today
that-tho Intercollegiate Basketball leaguo
will begin Us series here next Saturday
evening. Roberts' says tho B. Y. C.
team from Logan Is out after tho cham
pionship this season and will give the
locals the hardest game they will havo
this year. The B. Y. C. team, according
to Coach Roberts, has more experienced
men than any other learn In the state
Twelve Fast Bounds.
By International Xcws Service.
AKRON', O.. Jan. 27. Johnny Griffiths
of Akron shaded Eddie O'Kcefo of Phil
adelphia here tonight in their twelve
round bout. Both boys were fast and ex
ceedingly clever throughout the match.
White Takes Count.
PU.EBLO. Colo.. Jan. 27 Frankle
While of Chicago took the count at the
end of the tenth round in a bout with
Eddie Johnson, a local fighter, tonight.
Representative Berger Takes
Up Cudgels in Behalf of
' Garment Workers.
WASHING-TON, '.Jan. 27. Investiga
tion of conditions in the garment work
in;; industry iu Xcw York was pro
posed in a resolution today by Repre
sentative Bcrgcr, the Socialist member
from Wisconsin. The resolution would
authorize the appointment of a special
committee of tcven members to inquire
into tho conditions surrounding the Rar
ment making trade and the recent
In the preamble of his resolution. Mr.
Berger sets forth tbat tho Xew York
clothing industry supplies the trade of
a largo section of the country through
interstate trade; that the wages of the
industry are so low "that healthy sur
roundings aud a dccotit standard of liv
ing have booiiie almost impossible."
'It is further charged," continues
the preamble, "that vice aud crime are
bred of tho nocdl&ss misery coincident
to the manufacture of the nation's
clothing, and further, that said mntiu
faeture is carriod on in filthy and un
sanitary placofi saturated with germs of
consumption, smallpox aud scarlet fever
and other contagious disease."
Air. Berger 's resolution set forth
tbat clothing made iu such conditions
is a "serious mouaco and danger to the
welfare and health of all."
In a statcmnnt accompanying his
resolution, Mr. Rrrcor said that Tie de
sired to bow "tbo close connection
with the intolerable economic condition
of Ibu gnrmrnt workers bear to crime
jii t on the one band, and how
fr?f c-onorr. onlilions tcv pnge tnrrn
r7t( upon thq peopT, bc.'ause th
j-enpV all'iW tliPOL
ASPIRANT FOR TITLE
WINS ALL THE WAV
J P.- International Nct.i. Pervlrr.
NEW TORK. Jun. 27 Johnn Dundee,
tho local featherweight, who battler.
Champion Johnny Kllbanc for his title
In April, engaged In a ten-round workout
at the Olympic Athletic club tonight, de
feating "Special Delivery" Illrsh of Chl
caco In a bout congested with action.
Dundee fought a headlong battle, forcing
tho flghlliiK all the wav and keying
Mlrah on the defensive throughout. Illrsh
was willing enough and uhowed a dash
of clovornejB, but Dundee's experience
proved a big factor, for Illrsh ould not
reach his opponent with tolling blows.
111rb made Dundee miss occasionally
during tho early part of the fight, but
Kftr th5 fifth round Illrah was a mark
for Scotty Montleth'o champion.
OGDEN HIGH SCHOOL
LOSES, S7 TO A
Special to The Tribune.
OGDfcJX. Jan. 27. Playing against
Weber academy tonight Ogden high
school basketball team failed to ccoro
a field goul and war defeated by the
scoro of S7 to 1. At the end of the first
half tho score stood to 1 l-on Rom
ny of Salt Ijako was referee and Wat
ani'i was umpire. Belknap and MrlCay
were stars for Weber. The next gnmo
will b Friday nleht. whn Weber meets
Brigham City high cchool.
WIL LOUGH BY WILL
WRESTLE E. K ART YE
CHICAGO. Jan. 27. Walter Wllloughby
of Cleveland and Ernest Kartyo of Chi
cago have been matched to wrestle for
the middleweight championship before
the Chicago Athletic association Febru
Willoughbv has been thrown bv both
Yokel and Gehrlng, consequently the win
ner of the Tokcl-Gclirine match February
u will have a clear claim to the title.
National Bowlors Win.
The Xalional bowlers won two out of
three games from the Bmllh-Iiailoys last
night. Tonight the Crowns and Strcvell
Hamilton 1-tl 1SI 1 IS !o
Wlgren Ill ICS ' lf.0 C.K
Walker 118 17." loS r.l
Smith 132 H2- 1S2 A0C
Elnhouse 1G1 101 170 528
Total fifilJ Sn7 7AA 22G4
Handicaps SI. SI SI 21.'!
Total 74 4 OSS SIN". 2507
C. Zimmerman ...160 127 1C." -In2
F. Zimmerman ...131 171 16S 478
Darke Hn 17:: 1S2 4S
W. Quinn IA4 214 157 515
Crabhe 237 152 20S 597
Total SIS SfJ7 SCO 248u
Britton Beats Evans.
By International Xcws Service.
MEMPHIS. Tcnn., Jan. 27 Jack' Brit
ton of Chicago gave Jimmy Evans, the
Kansas City boxer, such a convincing
beating In the Phoenix Athletic club
arona this afternoon that tho referee
stopped the contest In the seventh round.
Seconds Toss Up Sponge.
By International Xews Service.
MIliWAU KEE, Wis., Jan. 27. Pal
Brown of Hibblng. Minn., gave Jack Red
mond the worst beating of his career to
night and after tho seventh round the
seconds of Redmond threw up the sponge.
The authorities did not slop the ffght,
but preachers who were present will ask
OVER TO COURT
"Baby Substitution" Case in
California Promises to Be
SAX FRAXCTSCO. Jan. 27. Dr. W. W.
Frazcr of Wcavcrvlllo, Cal.. was bound
over to the superior court today bv Po
lice Judge Shortall on a felony charge of
having falsified tho birth records In the
Sllngsby "baby substitution" case. Dr.
Frazcr Is accused of havlne delivered the
child of Lillian Anderson to Mrs. Doro
thy Sllngsby, wife of an English naval
Lieutenant, after Mw. Sllngsby had ad
vertised for an infant to replace her own
child, which died at birth.
Mrs?. O. II. Blain of this city testified
at the nolico court hearing that she and
Mrs. Sllngsby had procured the Infant
at Dr. Fraiicr's office and taken It to the
home of Mrs. Sadie Owlngs. Mrs. Owlngs
coiToborated this testimony. Mrs. Azllo
Bluclr. who waa a nurse In the Sllngsby
family, repeated testimony previously
given to tho district attorney, to the ef
fect that she had seen nothing In the
conduct of Mrs. Sllngsby to lead her to
believe that a substitution of the infants
had been made.
Theodore Kytka, handwriting expert,
testified that In his belief Mrs. Slingsbv
wrote a newspaper advertisement, which
appeared In August. 1?10. uaklng for a
mull- Infant for adoption.
Property valued at 5409.000 In Kngland'
Is at Issue In the attempt to discredit
the putative Sllngsby heir.
WLon you want a reliable medicine
for a cough or cold tako Chamberlain's
Cough Bemedy. Tt can always bo de
pended upon aDd is plcasjaut and safe
to tako. Por sale by Schramm-Joho-son,
Drugs, "the nover-substitutors,"
live (5) good stores. (Advortieemcnt)
Held Without Bail.
XEW YORK. Jan. 27. The four gold
minors from Ladvlllc. Colo., arrested
here on Wednesdav last, charged -with
stealing .i0.000 worth of gold dust and
ore- from mines there, we.r committed
to jail without ball today to arralt tho
return of requisition papers, brought
horo today and forwarded to Governor
8ul2r for his signature According to
the complaint, th four men have been
alaajing from tho mires for r.m
Salt Lakora In New York. ,
TiW YOR.K Tap '7 Oral Vorlh.n
r X FjnJIK BrostcII A, A Allen.
FOR DIAMOND STARS
Profitable Bargain Negotiated
by Manager of Salt Lake
Salt Lake is going to hav; a real ball
team this-, year. New promoters ro be
hind the club and tho rjucntlon of finances
is already arranged.
Tho caliber of the now manngcr, John
McCloskoy, lt shown by the trade ho put
over on Great Falls, which wail an
nounced exclusively In tho dispatches to
McCloskcy hnn traded Buck Weaver
to Great Fails for MIsac. tho lx?st sdiorl-i-top
the Union association ever siaw, and
Murphy, who Is an excellent batter nnd
baso rnnnor. Tho trado hn.s been con
llrmed and dispatches from Denver an
nounco that Denver will put in no claim
Last week a Union league play.r was
talking wilh McCloskoy and happened to
mention that Manager Hcslcr of the
Electrics was trying to got Buck Weaver
"Well. I guess Heater better seo mo
If he wants Weaver." said McCloskoy,
"as Weaver is on tho reserve- Hot of the
Salt Lake club."
Hester was told by the player and ho
opened negotiation! with McCloskey.
Weaver played in Salt Lake last year,
but there, seemed to ho some doubt
whethor ho was mrely loaned to Salt
Lake by Denver or whether ho was
Blgncd by Salt Lake- Cooloy's records
show that he belonged to Salt Lake and
as Donver has announced that tho West
ern league haa no claim on him Mc
Closkey's trade Is valid.
It is to be hoped that Weaver's health
will bo better than it was last year In
Montana. He got slclc wl never ho went
up there. Tho reason tho Denver club
does not want hint ia that he cannot
play In low altitudes. It may be that
Great Falls will junt suit him.
Charleston Race Results,
Fjrat raco. onc-quartcr of a mile,
purse Gordon. 115 (Butwcll). 0 to 5,
won; Preserver, 112 (Coroy). G to 1, sec
ond; Scarsdale, 115 iTMussravc). 5 to 2,
third. Time. :25 l-o.
Second race, flvo and one-halt fur
longs, selling Voneta St route, 102
(Quinn). 3 to 1. won: Berkeley, 109 (Mar
tin), 2 to 1. second; Elma. 95 (Ford),
4 to 1, third. Timer 1 :0S
Third race, flvo and one-half fur
longs, selling Incision. 100 (Pickett). 5
to 1, won. Mattlo L.. S5 (Snider). S to 1.
second; Clem Poachy, 103 (Wllion), 5 lo
2. third. Time. 1;0S 4-5.
Fourth race, ono mile, purse Lochlel.
10S (Martin), 6 to 5. won; Cangh Hill.
Ill (Ganr.). 7 lo 5, second: T. M. Green.
10S (Van Dusen), C to 1, third. Time,
Fifth race, seven furlongs, celling
Towton Field. n."J (Wilson), 4 to 1. won;
Col. Cook. 10S (Quinn), 7 to 5, second:
TOrd Elam, 112 (Burns), 12 to 1. third.
Time, 1-2S 1-5.
Sixth race, one and one-sixteenth
miles, selling Floral Day. OH (Wolf). 6 to
1. won; Outlan, 102 (Wingflcld). 5 to 1,
second; Haldeman. 105 (Buxton), 6 to 1.
third. Time. 1:43.
Charleston Race Entries.
First Race Eleven-sixteenths of a
Index. Wt.-Index. Wt.
G615 Lady Sybil . 09' U619 Con Curran 105
Mil Coreopsis . .lOSICHO The Squire .ICS
6S-J8 Dust Pan -.103" 2915 Fotsch . ...107
155SI Pendant . .103'G4!!S Swarts Hill .107
55S9 Tiny Tim ..105! -1709 E. L. Brume.107
6642 Cheer Up ..1053Sll Semi-quav... 109
Second Race Three-quarters of a mile.
40GO Mer. Chase . OaiGGIS Ella Grane .lo."
6417 Guide Post . 7l OGSS Gardenia . .105
66ns Flel 102' G63S Faeces . ...100
Crimer . . ..10GG117 Chil. King ..10S
Third Race Seven-clghlhs of a mile.
5650 Jacquellna ..102 CG17 Mudsill . ..107
6541 Republican .103 GS25 Leamuncr ...107
GG14 Volthorpe ..107 C647 Carlton G. ..112
Fourth Race One mile and xeventv
CIS1 Font D7IG4S1 Milton B. ..107
Husky Lad . 93'GtMS L. Wiggins .llo
64S1 Effcndl . . .101'
Fifth Race Eleven-sixteenths of a
mile. Selling. .
GG0S Gagnant . . 91.660G Rose Queen 106
6059 Pink Lady . 9GIGG0G Fatherola . .10S
C623 Chll. Squaw f7! GCQG SylvoStrls . Ill
GG4 Tart lOli GG4S Amoret . ..12-1
C001 Monkoy . ..101!
Sixth Race Klovcn -sixteenths of a
GX1G Mon Ami .. 101. 5312 Thetis . ...107
C22." Tois. D'Or .106iS594 Fair Atlanta. 107
RG46 Spellbound .10C6G4G J. Xunnnllv 109
GI59 Ben Prior ..lOr.'HSSO Maur. Reed 109
5739 Tiger Jim ..10CKG1C BertSs I0D
6450 Belfast . ..lQGi Quln. Belle .112
CARRIED PISTOLS TO
XEW YORK. Jan. 27. "Our English
papers said the streets of this cltv woro
full of blooming .gunmen." said Thomas
Connor today as he 'paid a fine for carry
ine a revolver. Connor and his friend.
Thomas Smallcy, wealthy rSnellKhmon.
were arrested ihi very day thoy landed.
Both explained that they thought it nce
essary to earn weapons to protect their
property, ijjach was lined ?25.
TRAIN OF ORANGES
STOPPED IN CHICAGO
ClxIC'AGO. Jan. 27.-Twenty.two car
loads of California orangc3 were stopped
In a railroad yard todav by Dr. C. H.
Sherman of ho cJty food Inspection bu
reau. Samples of the fruit wilt be c-a-nlnrd
to n.nrrtaln -arctl" the food Hi
lit to be Hold n tin ltv V -'n (ur Were
ejr- led !oj Tverk r. U of lading fi r-r.'rhe-l
Dr. Slierman howed that the re
1rf IM en'- -were. reMdpped forr to
York and on o Detroit
LADY PAHITA IK
AFTER II (ll)
Long Deferred Victory Prof.
ils Only a Few of Mosii
Persistent Speculators, "
Br fntcrnnllonal Xews Scrvlc.
131. PASO. Tex., Jan. 27.-U4r j.
chita scored a long-deferred victory to
day, when Xothau brought licr hrmt
odds of S to I. Most of her alcbin
had bceorno disgusted with her nom-m
failures, but a few of tho more prntt
speculators! had tlckota on li?r. WttlW
good. Irack fnot. Results:
First race, three and a lialf tufatyi
GtUar, 10S (Klrxchbauin). 4 to L
Dick Dodie, 115 (Grofs), 11 i0 5, vS
Othello, 105 (Hoffman), S to I tS
Time, Ml 3-5. Old Ben. OM Goeaj(t.
Uc, Lover'a Lone and Mcshach aJw n.
Second race, six furloriEB VUhii m
(Borcll, 4 to 1, wvii, Doerfoc.t. 1 (L,
sen), n to 1. second; Jlorlcon, 111 ftVk.
ley), S to 1. third. Time. l-.H, GtV
Gale, Shorlock Jlolnies, El Toro. Jek
Walton, Camanida. Originator, ftotm
Krlpp, Rio Pecos, Doc Allen and Fni
clno also run. V
Tliinl race, mllo and one-slxtsti-B
Bit of Fortune, 105 (Onns). : io f. nl
Calothumplau. 100 CMcCabe). $ to J, mM
ond; L. M. ISckcrt. 103 (Hni), t U)M
third. Time, 1:17 1-5. ralm. BM
Grain, Lady Willie and CllftonUn ilB
Fourth raoo, five and a half fcriol
Lnly Panchlta, 92 (Xatltan). 7 to L m
Tlllford Thomas, 102 (Estop). 4 tots
ond; Koolcnay. 100 (Ivederij). 1 It i
third. Tlmo. 1:06. Camiieon. LurtEiiS
len and IHoronco Roberts also ran. -.
Fifth race. slx furlongs EJIuhcthit'
wood, 101 (Guy). 11 to 2, won; !M
Dollv. 9S (Hill), 4 to 1. atcoM; 044
100 " (Kcderis). 11 to n, thlri. Vm
1:13 2-5. Jim L., Trarisrarcnt, SlrEiai.
Free Will. Da.vo Montgomery, UndJl.
mle Gray and Masido also ran. r
Sixth race, six furlongH Tor Bor.M
(llobblus), 8 to 5, won; Orliutr ih, M
(Hill). S to 1. second; Maraud.
Hoffman). 5 lo 1, third. Time, 1:11 M
David Warfleld. Uobhy Cook. Si'
Fort Johnson, Phil Connor, Hnr HI
limns, Commendation and Rampant ui
Juares Raco Entries.
First race, one mile, Rolling.
G91G B Battle ..100I60H Delmii ..W
6916 Adolantc ..100 6916 Pedro .. ..W
G923 XL Camhon.'lOO 6033 Hanni . ..W
6905 II. Chief ..103 3721 B. BeruriJJJ
6839 J. Patfson.105 CO 10 Lsunberthi Ji
G909 LayinlnB'r .105 G243 Flrcraaa ..M
Second race, cloven-slxle-iathi (
mile, selling. ..
G917 R. Widow.. 901 6PU Cordle 7
6S37 Huber 976524 InquIeU ..J
GS56 Joo Buishcr. 97, 6S9S Ioia SuiUH
6922 Krnest II... 97 fi?2i VallitU
6924 FltKgerald . 97 6S75 Kid Ntfri-HB
6887 lvall-Inla .. 97 6SJ7 Palalb!i
6705 Kitty W. ..100) JW
Third race, thrcc-quarteri of
MlUprlght ... 976913 Dr Do-jff
611S Folllc Levy- 03 6021 Geo. 0"'M
5325 IHylng F. -. 9S 6912 E3la Biji ! H
G930 Seneca ....lOO' 6311 Gen.
. Fourth nice, 3cven-elgntn ot i z$m
handicap. . , JH
6930 Cockspur .. 16942 Tmir .. ..
G925 G. of Ophir. 9Sf GS90 Sea OIS
6941 Daddy Glp. 98 6942 Iickrot
0925 Sepulvoda . 9S C914 Msltoa St.
6944 Dutch R...106) JH
Fifth race, three-quarters or
selling. . . B
6083 U Young . 100 6932 0.
6937 P. Hcnd'n .1O2! 093i S. o if
6919 Mandadero .102 6S43 AMw,
6913 Sanel .. . .102 67S6 Belhnlcto
5992 Media 103 6911 S. SpW
6S89 Dominica ,.10S 6529 Sa$f
Sixth race, clevon-slxtcenUn
m"? Velio Forly.l006SS7 DW
6924 Mother K. .100j C6(o Molle
689S Camla .. . -100l 6524 OarW ..
6517 Spr. Miss ..100 6824 Ardelca ..jB
Dr. Macias.lOO 692? Matark M
WAITERS VOTE TO 5f
NBW YORK. Jan. 27.-FoBoJ Wt
of iulct. in which hotel naiaffjMf
clarcd that the waiters' "trike
broken and that many of the -"m
ero who onglnaly Jo incd te a m?
had applied for reinstatement, tMj
of 1500 waiters al Uio inaM "fl
night voted tm"'0,9,neSj W
strike until their dn ad wa
gra nted. I Inrdly had i'rf
'voto been announced r2(SiWH?
left the hall and bega n Sh
In the hotel iIIstHct, In frirf
Hotel Imperial the S?trt9
moment and several ZZittl Mi
with stones before poll" auvt lv
Tho mass meeting, H JJ" co9k
been cnllwl bv the nrttt.4 S.
of the International ,ne tVW
to urge tho raiuw f
but the vote was taken w m
action even could be pf-oa mL
A statement was lv w
headquarter tonight ,ron
Ing waiters to report there w
strikr- duty asnfci "W
mated thaL all wl 'f "e.. I
"would bo under Ptspirier mm
Any Httlo wound or fl
flesh occurring m cola jrw
not promptly fTk
core and 'is diffieol. .to ttl
Ballard 's Snow L'""" jb 9)
Bitch accidents l''pp- Jdotj 9i
heals promptly nnd J0.
with the annoyance o 'l ?JK2
25c, 50cna 1.00 3&
WU1 Take Usual
w ash pi. ton. J"ytih'nm
court will t..U Kiurr'S
from FcHrusr' t Fe-""