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H g THli SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 29, 1913. I
I Mutt May Be a Bad Soldier, but He's a Great Oarsman :-: ;: :-: By "Bud" Fisheffi
I Greatest Fighters of Their
Weight Sign for 10 Rounds
Packey McFarland Guaranteed $7000 and Jack
Britton Will Get Twenty-five Per
Cent of at Least $20,000.
I By Sam P. Hall, Jr.
Ji International New Service.
HICACO. Jan." 2S. Patrick McPar-
1 land, the south side Irishman, and
I Jack Britton, tho north side Turk.
Known to hln home folks' as LUlIy
Droslln, arc matched at last. Thoso
'c ling performer, a. braco of tho
t'Cl ti.ia city ever turned out Into the
'von ng world, are to travel the ten-round,
o-dt islon rout! In Madison Sfiuaro Qar
fci, New York, nomv night during the
frat week In .March. The' have agreed
o Tclph 125 pounds at 3 o'clock. UMy
i; beori of ihe Garden club la promot
g tl.c show.
The match was clotted today over long
i atatirc telephone by Gibson on tho New
York end and Emll Thlry. Packers man
isc. on this end. Tho financial terms
V.t- deal wen; not given out. But It
ki ou n thRt Thlry asked a $7000 guar--tcc
with a privilege of 35 per cent of
r'.c gross gate for Packey. He confided
o u ft lend tonight that he got what
e a.kod, Uritton unquestionably In flght
,t g for a round JG per cent with no guar
antee. Cut .lack and Danny Morgan, his
. auugers, are wise enough to know that
'.i Ju mp will draw $20,000 at the lowest
Ultimate and they will hav plenty of
.ti- r their pockets the next morn
It loo vaily for to discuss the
oif of the men. Everybody who has
r'n wading boxing gossip for the past
v months knows that Uritton and Mc
Tarland fought an eight-round draw at
I CXPABLANCA OUTWITS J
OPPONENT AT CHESS;
MAN YOIIK. Jan. 2S. With only a
rn and bishop baaldus pawn loft
a tcr r.any exchanges. .Ioo n. Ctipa
.aP'.i, the Cuban ctioa? champion, to
or.l? it ablo to outwit llnrry Kline of
Boston by fifty-one move In the seventh
. unJ of the chemasterH tournanient,
reb keeping his date clean. Ca
1 aManca, with pcvuti victorlos. 5tll leads
- field by ji full point. UIh nearest
jnr.pctitor, Jaffc. alo won tonight, de
feating Norman K. Whllakcr. Marshall
"-o.-" from Chajos ami overtook Janow
iL wo drew with Stapfer. Other w1n
r.e a were Kupchlek over Rubenstcln and
Moi.lson ovr Mbonsteln. Tho game
between Zapolcon and Tonenwnrzel was
! ot finished at a late hour.
I MILWAUKEE CLERGY
FAVORS BOXING LAW
MILWAUKEE. Jan. 28. Milwaukee
r ."Inters favor a state law for the regu
lation of boxing.
A signed statement today by a commit
o representing the Milwaukee Fedora -Mon
of Churches read"!:
We favoc legislation that shall allow
hovlr.g matches for points under super
ilou and that shall strictly dnfino tho
caning of the term and prohibit prize
I'ghtlng ami brutal slugging matches."
The statement was Issued as a sequel
o the "witnessing by the ministerial com
' ittc of last night's moxlng bouts, about
w.Mch the committee member ald they
i ad no complaint to make
Crowji Bowlers Win.
LVe Crown bowlers won two gamos
'om the Strevoll-Patersotis laat night.
Tonight the Scotto and Continentals
P.ecdaJ 155 XM i:0 47-t
Elglo 15v 117 166 Ul
TJurt 2H 132 K5 571
Plurpont 170 IS?. 224 577
Hpltz 191 154 173 51S
TotnJ OSS 7S5 S57 25S1
ru lcrton 153 137 ... 290
O. A Walker 153 174 323
Petoreon 103 ... 153 255
Stevenson 155 140 ICS 460
L. G. "Walker 161 154 1G6 471
Walden 235 17S 127 540
Total J07 7S 7732350
Handicap 30 30 30 50
Total S37 7S3 SQ3 2440
H How do you expect to roako in
H effcctlvo display of your goods
H behind orokeA glass, whether it
H la In . window or a, Bhow case?
H Call us up; wo aro doctors for
H any kind of window panes.
The Culmer Co.
GLASS AND GLAZING,
355 So. W. Temple.
Memphis In 1910. They know that Brit
ton astonished all In that battle with his
groat work against tho elusive atock
yanlcr. They know that after that fight
Urltton circulated a story that McFar
land. finding ho was up against tougher
game than he anticipated, asked Jack to
"take ono on tho chin and flop." This
Packey denied vigorously and ho has
hated Britton thoroughly over since.
Likewise overyone knowci that Puckoy
McFarland Is one of the greatest boxers
of all time; that he hns been fighting
over eight yearn and never has been
beat on; tliat he lias been held to draws
but four times ami that on throo of theao
occasions ho really should have had the
"Everybody knows that Jack Britton has
within the past year developed into ono
of the very best lighters tho gamo has
seen; that ho has stopped a dozen or so
really tough loy8. one of them a lad Packey
failed to put away In two trials. They
know that if there is anyone in tho
world who can trim Packey SfcFarlnnd
in ten rounds at 135 pounds at 3 o'clock
Ills name Ih Jack Britton.
And there you are. Tf Packey and
Britton cut looso and fight, New York
will get Its boat fistic treat since the
Frawley law was passed. If ono hap
pens to bo afraid and the other dasecn't,
then thoee In Madison Square Garden that
night will get nothing but a boxing ex
hibition. And none, not oven the light
ers, knows what will happen until they
get started. The clang of tho opening
gong often upsets tho best laid plans of
mlco and men.
SIX-DAY BIKE TEAMS
ARE ON EVEN TERMS
KANSAS CITY. Mo.. Jan. 28- At tho
end of tho flrat eight hours of tho six
day blcyclo raco that started liere today,
eight of the nine contesting teams were
on even terms, havlncr covered 17G miles
and 1 lap. Tho other toam, composed of
W. Beck and William Morton, both of
Newark, N. J., wero threo laps behind.
Tho teams entered aro:
Paddy Ilehir, Australia, and Pete Dro
PoTcy Lawroncc. SUn Francisco, and
Georgo Cameron, New York.
W. It. Mitten. Davenport, and Gordon
Frank Cavanaugh, Newark, and Martin
Floyd Krebs, Germany, and Dace Mac
Alvln Loftus. Providence, and Willie
Walter Dcmara, Cleveland, and Joo
Frank Blalz, Jersey City, and Jlarvcy
Wilcox. Salt Lake City.
William Beck and William Morton.
Charleston Eace Results.
First race, five and a half furlongs,
celling The Squire, 103 (Bonscoten), S to
1. won; Coreopsis. 103 (Van Dusen), 20 to
1. second: Tiny Tim, 105 (Montour), 30
to 1. third. Time. 1:09 1-5.
Second race, six furlongs, selling Guide
PoaL 97 (Skirvin), 6 to 5, -won; Gardenia,
105 (Goose), 4 to 1, second; Chilton King,
108 (Koemer). 8 to 5, third. Time,
Third race. Boven furlons?. purse
Carlton G.( 112 (Wilson). 3 to 2. won;
Ropubllcan, 10S (Mclntyro), even, sec
ond; Volthorpo. IN (Miugravo), 7 to 1.
third. Time. 1:28.
Fourth race, mllo and neventy yards,
handicap Milton B.. 107 (Buxton). 8 to
5. won; Husky Lad, 99 (Skirvin). 5 to 1.
second; Effendl, 10L (Van Dufwn), S to S,
third. Time. 1:45 4-5.
Fifth race, flvo and a half furlongs,
selling Srlvestrlji. Ill (Pickens), 12 to
1. won; Rose Queen. 105 (Martin), evon,
second; Monkey. 101 (Dryer), 20 to 1.
third. Tlmo. 1:03 1-6.
Sixth race, five and a half furlongs,
selling Tolson D'Or. IOC (Buxton), 5 to 2,
won; Jack Nunnally, 109 (Peak). 4 to 1,
second; Spellbound. 106 (Gooso). 2 to 1.
third. Time. 1:03 2-5.
Charleston Haco Entries.
Flrot raco, five and a, half furlong,
Index. Wt.' Index. Wt.
6158 Prot. Molllo. 97)i461 Winifred D..111
10OMcr. Chase.. 97I1S4S Mbtherkins .111
6583 Mattlo L .. 8716947 Com. Touch. Ill
!943 Clothes Br.,1011 O Co E ....115
6522 Elma 106' 2599 Inspired 115
16623 Ch. Squaw.. 111'650S Maletlno 115
1 Second raco, two furlongs, purs:
xMadge's S(sll2j. Dick's Pet ..112
!i xRuby Hynsll2 Srr.Il. Faco..ll2
j Please Well. 112 , xxxL. Mo... 112
Otnuit ....112 xxxDally W.112
' -xxAda. . ...112. Galea. 112
xxAvc . ...1131 Jes. Louise.. 112
; xJopIon entry.
Third race, one mile, selling.
C946 Roaeburjr IV 011235 Judge Qulnn-107
6946 Ella. Grann . 91'6949 Now River .107
6919 V. Powern.. 102 6950 HreUc 107
j 6364 Blanche Fr.l05 03E0 M3ss Jonah. 110
6642 MontagnI ..105:545S Joe Rose ...110
,6576 Pliant . ...1071
Fourth rac, seven furlongs, eelllng
6C43Amoret. ...10569(5 Shenrood ...107
6947 8pohn 105 3G21 Merry Lad.. 115
( Fifth race, one mile, selling:
"E973 Edna Collins 9S 63 Irhih Kid ...109
64S1 Font 105 6621 Donald McD.119
6650 Accord . ...IOS6S03 Lord Elam ..109
I&3S4 Pardner . ,,vi
I Sixth rac. on mile, semrur
639 Little Fp ..102 5927 Pretend . .107
6549 Banofclla ..15194 Question M..107
6950 Floral Day ,105 66M Spindle ...111
, - MontfoLo ..1"54645 Towtonfie' l 114
( 6150 L. George 107
FAST TIME MADE AT
JUAREZ RACE TRACK;
Course in Belter Condition
Than Ever Before and Per
formances Are Good.
By International News Service.
EL PASO. Tex.. Jan. 28. Fairly fast
timo was made at tho Juarez course to
day. Gold of Ophir ran seven furlongs
In 1:24 3-5. Upright negotiated six fur
longs in 1:12 2-5 and Suffragist ran tho
samo distance In Just one-fifth of a sec
ond more. Old Pedro's victors In the first
at 15 to 1 was a great surprise. Results:
First race, ono mllo Pedro, 105
(Groth), 15 to 1. won; Dclmns, 109 (Borcl).
7 to 1, second; Lambcrlha, 105 (Cava
naugh), 5 to 1, third. Time. 1;40 2-5. M.
Cambon, Adolanlc. Boogor Battle. John
Patterson, Laymlnster, Fireman, Hannis
and Sam Bernard also ran.
Second race, flvo and a half furlongs
Kid Nelson, 105 fCavanaugh), 8 to 1. won:
Ernest II., 57 (McCabe). 6 to 1. second;
Palatable. 105 (Hoffman). 4 to 1. third.
Tlmo, 1:07. Filzgorald, Loan Shark. Kail
Inla. Inquleta, Valletta. Conlle F.. Red
Widow and Joe Busher also ran.
Third race, six furlongs Upright, 103
firill). 5 to 1, won; Seneca. 100 (Kederjs).
f to 2. second: General Marchmont, 109
: (Bobbins), S to G. third. Time. 1:12 2-5.
Flying Footsteps, Dr. Dougherty, Georgo
Oxnard and Folllo Levy also ran.
Fourth nice, seven furlongs Gold of
Ophlr. 99 (Bobbins), 9 to 2. won: Lack
rose, 109 (Borel), 5 to 1, second; .Seacllff,
108 (Teahan). 7 to 2, third. Tlmo.
1-24 ::-5. Daddy Gyp, Itfclton Street,
Dutch Rock, Ymir and Cockspur also ran.
i Fifth race, six furlongs Suffragist. 115
(Loftus). 5 to 1, won: Angclus. 105 (Cot
I ton). 20 to 1, second: arandadero. 110
(Groth). 6 to 1, third. Time, 112 T.-5.
Shooting Spray, Golden Agnos, Dominica,
Percy Henderson. Lady Young. Meoda
and Bcllsnicker also ran.
Sixth race, five and n half furlongs
Mother Katcham, 101 ("Gross), 0 to 10.
won; Mollcr. 105 (Ornies), 20' to 1, second;
Sprightly Mls3. 100 (McCabe). 7 to i.
third. Time. 1:07. Mazurka. Dynamo.
Velio Forty, Camla. Garter and Dr. Ma
clas also' ran.
Juarez Race Entries.
First race, threo and a half furlongs,
Index. Wt. 6539 Edith W 115
Index. WtC927 0oma 115
Water Lady.lO0;GS85 Shadrack ...118
6903 Brevity . ..109 C915 Dick Dodlc.llS
Second race, ono mile, selling:
6800 Flor. Krlpp. 9GJP91G Green Islo-.aoi
W35 Lotta Creed. 101 6751 D. Warfleld.103
r.91CGalono Gale.101 6S51 Aftermath ..103
6935 Harlem Maldl0lC916 Dclmas . 103
Third race, six furlongs, purse:
C955 Truly 100'6S10 Real Star.... 112
6771 Gasket . ..100 6391 Lewln 112
6955 Idlo T:do 10015949 Nobby . ....112
6931 Connaught .1021
Fourth raco, ono mllo, selling:
6940 Cllftonlan .. 9816950 El Pato ..-.107
6841 Baby Doll . .100 6911 Cantcm 108
6909 Buss 105 6935 Duncraggln .111
695C Flying . .. .1076952 GeJJco 112
Fifth race, Mx furlongs, selling:
6504 Safronor ... v3j64G1 Bonanza ....1061
6097 Fern L 103fi941 Oakland . ..105
6941 Goldflnn ...iU6'6902 Sir Alvoscot.107
0936 Amon 10G'6923 Bonnie Elolsel07
Sixth race, ono mile, selling:
6900GlmlI 98IC926 S. Northctit. .105
6937 Comnton . .103 0952 Blackmate ..108
6956 L. Marchmt.103 6952 Orbed Lad ..111
SALT LAKE MARKSMEN
WASHINGTON, Jan. 28. Tho results
of tho third rlflo shooting match between
tho public high school rlflo teams for
tho now national trophy were announced
by tho National Rifle Association of
America today as follows:
Iowa City, 956; Dowltt Clinton. New
York, 917; Baltimore 793; Brookllno.
Mass., 439; Doerlng. Portland. Mo. 054;
Commerce, Xev7 York city, S5S; Morris.
New York, won by default from Stuyve
isant. New York, score 914; Eastern,
Washington. D. C, won by default from
Southern, Philadelphia. Hcoro 613: Busi
ness, Washington. 811; Utlco. N. Y.. 769;
Portland. Me.. 920; Springfield, Mans.,
896; Salt Lake City, 921; Sault Sto.
Marie, Mich., S93; Susquehanna. Pa., 811;
Manual Training, St. Louis, 6S0; Manual
Training, Washington, D. C, S75; Tucaon.
GAMES BEGIN FRIDAY
The Utoh stato Intercollegiate basket
ball achedulo will open Friday afternoon
In the university gymnasium when the
varsity team mixes with tho flvo from
tho B. Y. C. Playing on the university
floor, It is hardly expected that the Cache
county boys will bo ablo to win from tho
unlvorslly. The gamo will ha ployed In
the afternoon, Inctoad of evening, to ona
blo tho Logan players to catch the even
ing train for Provo, whoro thev play the
B. Y. U. PKtuniay night. Officials will
bo either Ifarknr of tho Denerot gymna
sium and Ashton of Gran Ho or Wilcox
of the Y. M". C A- and Ashton.
Magnate Wins Toga.
LITTLE ROCK. Ark., Jan. 2. William
Kavanaugh, proaldant of the Southern
Baseball loaguo, was chosen United
Slates 5nator from Arkansas for tho
short tirm today by ecparato votes In th
houso and sonatc
Kodak rictures Finished.
Slaii us your films. Salt Lako
Photo Supply Co. 1C9 Main street.
Exclusive photo dealers.
HOMER PLAKE WANTS
TO MANAGE OGDEN
Special lo The Tribune.
OGDEN, Jan. 2S. In response to a no
tlco sent out by the baseball committee
of the Weber club, all members of the
club and others who are Interested In
Ogdou's future from a baseball stand
point will osscmble In tho clubrooms
Wednesday evening to arrange for tho
1913 season. There is absolutely no doubt
that Ogdcn will oxcrclso Its franchlso In
the Union association this season, but
Just how to go about tho mattor is one
of tho things to be considered tomorrow
Offora have been received from Indi
viduals who would llko to go Into the
proposition for the money wnlch, It Is
believed, can bo mado out of it, but tho
present association Is not anxious to cut
looso entirely from tho franchise, as It
Is regarded as a valuablo asset.
Ono of the matters which will bo con
sidered tomorrow night Is tho selection
of an actlvo manager to take charge of
the 1913 club. "Kitty" ICnlgnt, no of
tho reserves from last year's team, ha-s
boen favorably mentioned for tho position
and Fred Strlpp. tho catcher who acted
as Manager McCloskey's lJcutonant last
season, 1b also a candidate for tho place.
The newest candidate, however, Is
Homer E. Plako. tho local player, who
lias been associated with Ogdcn teams
for several years past. Ho has filed his
application with President A. P. Blgo
PARK CITY GIRLS WIN
Special to Tho Tribune.
PARK CITY. Jan. 28. In a fast basket
ball gamo hero this evening tho girls of
tho Park City high school defeated the
girls of the Evanston, Wyo., L. D. S. col
lego with a final score of 11 to C. Tho
gamo held in Rasdsand hall drew a crowd
of more than three hundred fans. Alice
Deldhton at left forward for tho local
five mado every point for her team, scor
ing threo out of four trials from tho foul
line. Firmage of Park City officiated.
LOS ANGELES PLAYER
SIGNED BY BUTTE
Special to Tho Tribune.
BUTTE. Slont., Jan. 2S. William Lee.
a promising young second baseman, has
been signed by the Butto club of the
Union league. Leo worked with Los An
geles last summer and was dilghly rec
ommended by Stox'all.
Battling Minor Wins.
By International News Service.
ATLANTA, Ga.. Jan. 28. BatLlIng
Minor of Memphis won over Terry Nel
son of Chattanooga In a fast ten-round
bout hero tonight. Minor carried tho
fight to Nelson throughout and used a
right uppcrcut moat effectively In the infighting.
By International Nows Sorvlce.
JACKSON. Mich., Jan. 28. Mickev
Sheridan of Chicago outpointed Jimmy
Martin of Philadelphia in a ton-round
bout hero tonight. Sheridan wus the
aggressor throughout and alEO the better
CAMPAIGN AGAIN 01
(Continued from Page Ono.)
referred to as tho brains of the or
ganization, is boliovcd to be in Lon
don dirocttDR tbo demonstrations. Sho
is Known to havo left Paris, whoro
sho had boon living sinco a warrant
for bor arrost was issuod at tho time
bor mother, Mra. Eniraoliuo Pankhurst,
and Mx. and Mrs. Pothick Lawrenco
were convicted, and all trace of bor
Tbo property loss would havo been
much greater "had not tho ebopkeopora
taken tho precaution to board up thoir
Given Fourteen Days.
LONDON, Jan. 28. Mrs. Dcrspard,
prominent militant suffragetto, and two
of her companions, woro sentenced to
fourteen days7 imprisonment today on
tbo charge of resisting the police,
when the latter dispersed a meeting
in Trafalgar square last night.
Mrs. Despard, who is a sister of the
famous cavalry general, Sir John
French, was offered tho option of pay
ing a fine of $10, but she refused to
accept this and was sent to jail.
Some fiympathizeis In court, who
made a demonstration wbon sentence
was pronounced, were ojectcd by tbc
Hard Labor Sentence.
DUBLIN, Jan. 2S. Threo suffra
gettes, Mjs. Hopkins. Mrs. Cousins and
ilrs. Connery, who were arrested this
morning on tbo charge of breaking fif
teen panos of glass m tho windows ot
Dublin castle, wore senteoced by the po
lice magistrato this afternoon to a
month's bard labor each.
Plshor'B Father Dead.
WASHINGTON, Jan. 28. Kov, Dr.
Daniel W. Fisher, father of Secretary
Pisbor of the interior dopartment, died
here today of heart failure. Ho was 75
As a Presbyterian minister he had
served r-hnrcbes in New Orleans and
Wheeling W. Va.. and was a member of
the comzmttcQ which revised tho confes
sion, of .faith.
Deserel Gym Candidates
Meet lo Qualif' for Com
Preliminary matches of the Doscret
gymnasium tournament were hold last
evening in the gymnasium auditorium.
A largo crowd cheered tho decisions of
Rcforco Prod Crabbc.
Tn the 105-pound wrestling class White
throw Cartwrlght after eight and ono
half minutes of hard work. Alter six
minutes the referee Haw no choice and
the boys went back, but White was too
strong for his slender opponent. .No
match was held in the 115-pound and
12o-pound classes, as thoro Is but two
entries in each.
In tho lflG-pound division Henry Young
earned the decision over Wilson In nine
minutes after having wrestled six min
utes to a draw. Nelson won from John
son bv default In tho 135-pound class.
Nels. Young won by default from Wil
son in the welterweight division at li
After his match with IT. Young in tho
ISo-pound event. Wilson, who was en
tered in two divisions, took sick and
could not appear. Andcmon and Dern
each won their matches in tho 158
poundorfl. Anderson beat Stoddard aftor
nine minutes, but it took Dora only bIx
minutes to gain tho decision over Given.
Tn tho -heavyweights, Parkinson easily
pinned Thomas after one mlnuto and
twentv seconds of fast work. Thomas
was the lighter.
The finals will be held tonight in the
gym arena. White and Fowler will moot
in the 103-pound class; Cowley and
Kitchens in the 125-pound class; Parkins
and Fowler In at 115 pounds; Henry
Young and Poison In tho 135 class; Nols.
Young and Stoddard In tho 1-15-pound
class; Anderson and Dern in tho ICS
class, and C. Anderson and Parkinson In
JIM FLYNN GETS
JOB AS UMPIRE
CHICAGO. Jan. 2S. Friends of Jim
Flynn. tho pugilist, received word to
night that ho had signed a contract to
umpiro in tho Western league next year,
lie is now In Pueblo. Flynn has umpired
many games for exhibition purposes and
ho is said to havo shown control over
of Great Danger
May be Means of Absorbing
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of information regarding tho opread oZ
blood diseases. Tn thousands of Instances
tho most virulent types havo been the rc
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germs In public places, and tho apparent
ly insignificant pimplo hao boon tho
cause. It Bprcadn with astonishing ra
pidity, often infecting the entire system
in a few days.
It la fortunate, however, tliat there la
a. remedy to cope quickly and thoroughly
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This preparation stands alone nmong
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"THEOLD RELIABLE' 1
BEST ATHLETE WILL
Albert Robison Compelled lo
Return Home to Recover
Albert Robison, tho greatest track and
field athlete tho Unlvorslty of Utah ever
had, and upon whom Coach Bonnlon has
been depending to toko first place In tho
Hocky Mountain conference meet next
spring, has been forced to leave school.
Just before Christmas Robison underwent
an operation for tho removal of some
bones in his nose. Ho caught cold ami
a serious Infection resulted. He was
forced to go to bed, and remained thero
until a week ago. when ho re-entered
school. He recovered rapidly and ex- ,
prosacd confidence In hin ability to again
defeat all comers in tho spring meots.
Now ho has grown weaker, and after
taking his examinations this wook for
his first semester's work, ho will return
to hie homo In Fillmore.
Tho Iods of Robison Is an athletic ca
lamity at Dresont. Ho is a sophomore
and last yoar, without any (raining, wont
into tho state mets and shared with
"Olympic" Richards tho honor of being
tho highest point winner In tho state, lie
won more points during the season than
Richards did. Ho won flrat dIoccs during
the year in both the short sprints, the
broad and high Jumps, both hurdle races
and was a membor of tho championship
relay team. Without him it is doubtful
If Utah can do much in tho conference
meet in Denvor. On account of expense.
Utah will havo to limit tho number of
men who go to the meet. Robison was
tho Ideal man and would havo almost
assured Utah a victory.
Howard Sykes Elopes,
By International News Service.
NEW HAVI2.V, Conn., Jan. :S. It
leaked out tonight that Howard C. Sykes
of the senior class of the Sheffllcd Scien
tific school of Yale, who left Yale during
the Christmas vacation, has eloped with
Miss Jcannetto Mcllwlno, a granddaugh
ter of Gcnoral Crook, the Indian fighter,
and a nlcco of General Kelly. They met.
In Knglowood. X, J., during tho vaca
tion and were married In Now York
city. Then they sailed for Paris, from
where they have sent word of their elope
ment. Sykes was a brilliant scholar. Mls3
Mcllwlno resides In Wheeling, W. Va.
Ills elopement ha cost him Ills Yale
Sunny South Handicap.
HOUSTON, Tex. Jan. 28. W. S. Ucer,
professional of Guthrie, Okla., turned in
high ecore today in tho Sunny South
handicap, breaking 106 out of a possible
200 targets. Of tho amateurs, Georgo
Crossby of 0FalIon, 111., and Bart Lewis
of Auburn, 111., tied for high honors with
C. G. Spencer of St. Louis wus second
professional, with 100, and Mrs. A. D.
Topporwcin of San Antonio and TI. Bor
den of Houston tied for tldrd placo with
1S4. Nicholas AtIo of Houston was sec
ond amatour with a score of 1ST. and
Jesse Long of Chicago and H. W. War
ner of Adainu. Nob., tied for third place,
with 183 breaks.
Tho fourth sot of the Commercial league
games will bo played at tho Y. JL C. A.
tonight commencing at 8 o'clock sharp.
MAJOR LEAGUE IS :
OFFERED TO II
Threat That Other Athletes;
Will Be Exposed Causes;.
By International News Snrvlct. , '
NEW VORK, Jan. 2S.-Aftir J!a
Thorpo's announcement today thatt1'
willing to receive ofTcrs to play proM,:
slonal basoball, the St. Louis Bror.t -tho
Cincinnati Reds and tho Ck!ofj 1
White Sox, all wont after him. PmUti
R. L. Hedges of the SL Louln Amtflcu '
league team got in tho firat offer, kt
Garry Horrman and .llmmy CaUihr
also communicated promptly. None tf"1
the ofTors specified what position TtawV
should play, llo said tonight h wSI
not accept any of the offoro until
morrow. Tho Pittsburg Pirates aim tx-1
pect to make him an offer. '?
Cablegrams from Sweden to New To$
newspapers say the leading athletic is-
thorltios of Sweden say Thorpe Haii'j
not bo compelled to return Wa Olynyfci
trophies as It Is too late now to ralie tSsi
question of his qualification. KAren!.1
less Secretary James B. Sullivan of Oil
A. A. V. has cabled to Stockholm Haiti
he Is returning the trophies bv th life
Amateurs Anxious. , J,
Martin Sheridan, a New York rS-'
man automatically resumes his tlllt u
champion all-around athlete of Affittba
Thorpo took tho honor from him .'
competing in Nov York Inst Labor U. '
All his records must go, however, luvi riw
trophies for first place that day TrtU h :
awarded to J. Brodemue, a Print!, ,
athlete, who finished second. SberUu
said today that ho found no comfort la i
title restored under such circtnutiiKtt
A mild sensation has been cauicd br i
report that Thorpo will cxposa doJUJ tiS
loading amateur athletes who nrottMtf;
be Just .'is guilty of profc9.iioaalIii a U;
is. Secretary Sullivan said today that ar .
hoped Thorpe would do so and neodWr
"T. hope the number runs uptown,
50." , i:
In condoncment of Thorpe' ozvm,j7
is argued that many colloro athlUjtJ
summer baseball for money In (,"
leagues." As great an amatour oi Jw- .
man S. Tabor, tho famous Broira ad
versity mllcr. might moot tho mms wj-B
as Thorpo under a strict InterpretacaBOi,
the rules, it is pointed out. for Ttbsr lfK
a member of tho university baseball tettJB
and Brown penults membor of tba M
to plav summer baseball for money.
bor's association with team male jjw tm
recolvo pay for playing is coiitandEK.)jm
undor the rules. M
Comment in London. M
LONDON. Jan. 2S. Tho caio cfMJfjS
Thorpo, tho Carllslo Indian School t&'M
lete, who has confessed to Profei
ism. has called forth very lltUo nM
here. Among tho evonlns papet "'
Globe says in a brief paragraph:
"While It is dleagrecablo to
of the moat prominent American au
convicted of professionalism, the Axil
Athletic union of the United "Irj.JM,
bo congratulated on having acted l"5'
ly and returned all the prizes i won itf
athlete In question. Surely. nower.w
standing of a competitor o'M k
been discovered beforo and cot r w
So many people have com- j
merited upon the excellence oga I
sp5D of the whiskey we serve r'
p over our own bars, the op? g
Mecca, the Annex and the Jyy ywt
I j Kenyon Hotel Bars, that cl) r9
we have decided to offer it (TV jP
yp through our wholesale and J
gttk retail store. Ask for Do-
ran's Own Bar Whiskey. :
f either bottled in bond or m
V&A out of boncl--niore than 8 IMI
years old. ffil v
5 215 Main Street gj jf!
IMMEDIATE DELIVERIES, L
"The Liquor House Without a Bar"
rjfft) The Patronage of Ladles Solicited. M