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THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, TUESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 4, 1913. W
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S GEHRING ARRIVES
TO TACKLE YOKEL
Buckeye Grappler and Manager Both Extremely
Confident Fans Form Long Lines in
Front f the Box Office of Theatre
I H Henry Gearing Is here. Fact.
So. this is not merely another rumor
that he Is coming- or tliat ho would come
if given 90 per cent of the gross re
ceipts of tho house, but Is an announce
ment of his acliial presence. After hav
ing: declined scores of invitations, he Is
again accepting the hospitality of Salt
:MJ Lako as It is exemplified at the -Moxum
i H hotel.
Gehring arrived at 5:30 yesterday. Pro-
';, moter Harry Heagren, who for two years
4 ' has spun scheme after scheme to al
i ft tract Gehring to Zion. ruslicd forward.
J if grabbed Geiiring's hand, looked him over
1 Ff i:arefully and uttered a fervent exclatna
j 4 tlon which Pounded like; "Thank the
Jf.'' fates, he's actually here at last."
!H Then Ilengren telephoned to his office
iv-' discharging the extm stenographer who,
vi- for twenty-two months, has been ovcr
k'li worked In writing to Gehring the multi
ifcj tudlnous Inducements lleasrcn's fertile
jf" brain lias originated. She didn't cry one
tear over losing her job, because she was
4!w tired writing letters beginning "Your ro
A'jl rsal received. We will now glvo you
jui'ti,,. the earth "
5 : Mftl "e1, arfcr n" Gehring" only gets the
ii 'i , 'Su HH-,nc as Yokel, which is 50 per cent of
1 , Ulcl lnc nel- l vil1 ,Jc some net, too, dc
i .v )j spite the highly ornamental ropes and
il'IBT improvcmeiU in stage seats, for all day
i '''jffr yesterday people forgot about the legls
lalure and were expending all their en
ergies In trying to buy tickets. Gehring
and Yokel have been responsible for
many wrestling matches, but none of
them can have been contested morn earn
estly than several in front of the Salt
Lake theater yesterday when anxious
amateurs were trying to get within hail
ing distance of the box office.
Real Fans in . Zion.
Clcvehnd talis Itself tho biggest city
in Ohio and It has the backing of the
census man. but as a wrestling metropo
lis It is not to be compared to Salt
"What are nl those people waiting
for?" asked Tom Scanlon, Gchrinc's
manager, when they passed by the th"e
"fhey arc trying to get tickets to the
Yokcl-Gehrlng wrestling match," suave
ly responded lleagren,
Gehring at once began to count. Scan
lon looked at him and said: "Didn't I tell
r J rlL l0,lJ me part of ll' answered
Koththc mat mun and his impresario
were visibly astonished that fans should
be competing with one another so early
tu the week. At popular prices In Cleve
land there is not a wrestler on earth who
-ouhl draw a line like Salt Lake fur
niFlied nearly all yesterday.
Gehring is a good deal like Mike Yo
kel when it comes to making boasts, He
would only say he believed he could win
and that he intended "to do his utmost."
Manager Scanlon, "however, asserted:
"We arc going to throw this man Yokel
or die in the attempt."
Gehring is like Mike in temperament,
too, hut there the resemblances end. The
Buckeye grappler has that dogged. Btolld
disposition with bulldog tenacity and will
be the last one In the house to realize
his defeat, if he is defeated. Xo matter
now many close calls he has. his confi
dence, like TokePs. will remain unshaken.
Neither wrestler has any conception of
the meaning of "nerves." "Where most
persons have these tingling ganglia these
mat men have muscles, so there 1h no
possible chance of there being another
alter Miller case of hysteria in the
Product of Gym.
Gehring Is a made athlete and Yokel
Ja a natural one. Gehring- hau had the
benefit of some of the cleverest teachers
In the world, while Yokel lias learned
hlefly from experience and his own
wonderful knack of adapting others'
methodo to IiIh own uHe. Gehring Is tall
' 1 owy'. Yolc,:l ,s short and stocky.
I ho Ohloau Itr o feet S2 incheH in height,
l;irecJ!.nd thrce-quartcra inches taller
than Mlko. lie is said to be one of tho
cleverest wrestlers over seen In the ring,
: but his war-meet jidmlrers will not deny
that okel has more actual etrength.
IfisSi 9fiScv years ?e,,rIn& beginning
IfiiR sjmnastlcs to save his" heoKh. has fol-
?3'S ,owc,d ru,cil the asceticism of a
il&ft monk and from an unpromising physique
S . lias developed a splendid human mn-
l ' 1 1 ,',.VVe;i ol.c a,Tays wna strong and
liiT' Ht-'dctic Lralning has done a groat deal
If i), Jess ior him than It has for Gehring, but
I i ! ;J ; nature was a lot kinder to Yokel in the
U ' i , Gehring last night said that never be-
(J) orc in his life was he In better rondt-
j'li "on than at present. His face was pale
Is it tt 1 and had the strained lines showing ardu-
1 v ' training, but hla dark hair ancon-
1 la ll,nted his pallor and he had just finished
I'll 'm -x lon-' d tiresome journey. Tie and his
1 Km "iiinager undoubtedly know his condition
t'lia hcsl 'an(1 tne" sa' It tho bebt it ever
u'as- 13,11 looked too llnelv drawn and
i t ,1a MlB countonanoe had none of the ruddy
HiTR zlow "e 'C'1'""5 l" associate with per-
I 'Jap feet condition. This, however, may be
? ; iJH the peculiarity of his anpuaranco v.-hen In
C3 ondition. Some athletes put on pallor
1 ifciwt w,tn lrain!np and nearly nil of them
; t 8 have llne in their fHces Indicating stress-
! f"1 training, but Gehring's appearance
lijJSl icmed to exaggerate these cliaracterin-
v i i'rM "Oh. you're looking1 fine." said a Salt
I flPji Laker who had seen him on his previous
I ' 'Tigagcment here "There are none of
J f thoa dark caverns under your eyes
, ' nnw."
j Gbrm-t umllcd and said he was in the
best shaj)e he had ever been in during his
The wrestler and his manager, Tom
Scanlon. are both interesting talkers.
Gehring is straightforward and utterly
sincere in everything he says. Ills man
ager, urbane, cosmopolitan and harbor
ing the belief there never was and never
will bo another wrestler as good as Geh
ring, Is just as proud of the grapplcr'sr
victories as Gehring' himself. It is a
wonderful record, too, but so is Yokel's,
and which one is the better wrestler is
mcroly a question at which a. child can
guess as successfully as a veteran sports
man. There are lots of fans who want to'
see which one Is the champion. Some of
them live in Garfield, others in Ogden,
Provo, Txgan and other parts of the
state, but Salt Iako contains tho ma
jority of them. Tho match is the prin
cipal topic of conversation everywhere
except in legislative halls and everybody
Is going or is explaining the calamitv
that is keeping him away. Those who
go for seats after today will be exceed
ingly lucky If they can find any kind
Gehring was annoyed last night when
he learned that some unknown wrestler
In a Denver gymnasium was trying to
palm himself off as the Clevclandcr. It
was a palpable trick to attract atten
tion on the part of the Denver fellow
and Gehring said he would ask his law
yer to sec if something; cannot bo done
There lifts been little betting thus far.
but If any Gehring money comes into
sight it -will be covered promptly. So
many Salt Tinkers have Avon on Yokel
so often that they have taken vows
never to refuse to bock lilm. The men
aro as ovenly matched as it is possible
for wrestlers to be.
By International Kcws Service.
LOS AN'GF.LES. Feb. 3. Queer stunts
are being featured In the training camps
of "Kid" Williams of Baltimore and
Eddie Camp! of San Francisco, the two
bantams who will meet in a scheduled
twenty-round bout at Vernon on Febru
ary 12. the winner to meet Johnny Coulon
for the title In the near future.
"When Tim McGrath, who looks after
Campl's interests, heard that Manager
Sam Harris was making "Williams weur a
hood to protect his ears and head from
various blows of training partners. Tim
sat down and studied out something new
to sturtlo the fans. Today ho had a pair
of ioadon solos made and flxod to Campl's
shoes, which tho 'Frisco boy -will wear
"They -will weight Eddie down and
make it more difficult for him to dance
about the ring during- training bouts,"
said McGrath. "When ho gets Into tho
ring without these lead soles on his
feet ho -will bo so light and fast on his
feet that Williams will get drunk dodg
Williams and Campi will knock off
training on Thursday and sell papers in
front or tho Burbank theater for the
WOLVERTON IN WINDY
CITY AFTER PLAYERS
CHICAGO. Feb. .1. Harry Wolverton.
manager of the Sacramento club of the
Pacific Coast league, who was here to
day, attempted to purchase ihreo re
cruits from tho Chicago American League
Baseball club and Martin Berghammer.
a shortstop, from the local National
league team. He said ho needed an In
fielder, an outfielder and a pitcher. Calla
han told Wolverton he would do no
"weeding out" until he hnd seen all of
his recruits in action next spring.
While here Wolverton booked four
games for the training Reason. The first
division of tho Whlto Sox will play In
Sacramento March 12 and 1C and the
second team March IS and 19.
From Lob Angeles came word today
that Manager Evers of tho local Nation
al league team is trying to Induce "Big
J erf" Overall to return here the coming
season. Overall failed to report for duty
In 1010. but recently signified his Inten
tion of getting back In the game. He
said, however, that he did not wish to
play with Chicago, although he ntlll Is
the property of that club.
O'Day Wants S1000.
CHICAGO. Fob. 3. Hank O'Day, last
season g manager of the Cincinnati
league team, will sign a contract In a
lew days to bo an umpire In the Ameri
can league. Hie friendH claim that O'Day
has coming 51000 for services last year,
which ho declares was promised by Presi
dent Herrmann if tho Cincinnati finished
In the Hrst division.
''Ho8tdaby-the-Lalce" is irrigated
orchard land and is beiucr sold at farm
prices. Arranco today for inspection
trip. National Savings & Trust Com
pany Top Floor, Walker Bank Bldp.,
Salt Lake City, Ttah. (Advertisement)
TO PRDVO AND BACK
Scores of Students Going- to
See Varsity Five Try to
For three hours yesterday afternoon
tho university basketball llve battled with
the fast freshman team. When Bcnnion'a
men get up against the B. Y. U. at tho
end of this week they will have to go
like lightning all the time. If they slow
up for a minute tho deadly accuracy of
tho Provo boys will tic up the game for
them, while if tho east benchers get on
their toes and dig all the way from the
first jump they have a chance to win
because of their i-.-ecllont team work.
Last night's workout was a splendid
one The freshman team Is .about an
strong as any high school team in the
stale and furnishes great practice for
the older boys. There aro two full fresh
man teams and with fresh men to send
in all the time the underclassmen set a
pace which makes the big fellows hustlo.
When Erickson was forced to leave the
varsity team la3t week his loss broke up
the teamwork and made tho defense prac
tically helpless. "Erlck" has been tho
mainstay of the team on defense for four
years. Skidmoro Is an old head at guard,
though, and Fitzpatrlck Is Improving so
rapidly that by tho time for tho big
sumo Utah may havo recovered almost
entirely from the loss of Erickson.
Tho whole thing, at best, lies In tho
amount of work the two teams put in
between now and Saturday night. Both
teams will be busy and will take on all
the compctltlvo practice they can yet.
This afternoon the varsity will take on
the L. D. S. team in the university gym
nasium and tomorrow night they will
meet tho big Y. M. C. A. team at the
1 Y. M. C. A. In the third game of the sea
son. On both of the former meetings the
university has defeated the down-town
team, Tjut both have been snappy games
and in each ease tho "Y" men have
started off In the lead.
University students are deeply Inter
ested In the B. Y. U. gamo and so many
have expressed a doaire to sco the game
that Manager Cameron h:Ls arranged for
an excursion train to Provo and return
JIMMY CUBBY AGAIN
By International News Service.
MILWAUKEE. Wis.. Feb. 3. Jimmy
Clabby of Hammond, contender for ' the
middleweight title, climbed a step higher
in tho ladder to tho championship by
outpointing Knockout Brown of Chicago
In tend rounds hero tonlghU
Ability to measure , distance and land
accurately won the popular decision for
the Hammond boxer. Although some of
his punches had little effect upon tho
"Greek Demon" they counted materiallv
in the final reckoning. With nothing but
a knockout or knockdown to glvo him the
verdict Brown entered tho final round
with that object in view. He peppered
Clabby's kidnoys, put In three or four
efl'cclivo blows to tho face and won tho
Inst session by a fair margin. Outside
of this exhibition Brown was a weak
ling. He missed time and again, for the
elusive Clabby usually was about three
feet away from most of tho swings.
As far 03 rounds go. Brown won only
two rounds, the second by a small mar
gin and the final, which proved to be his
best effort. Two other rounds wore oven,
these being tho fifth and sixth. All the
other awent to Clabby by margins of vari
In tiie preliminaries Matty McCue of
Racine won from Freddlo Andrews of
Milwaukee, Referee Dougherty stopping
the bout after Andrews had taken a
Dauber Yoager of Fon du Lac had an
easy time winning ovor Eddio Clabby. a
brother of Jimmy.
Richard Mitchell and Young Krause
went six rounds and Mitchell won the
MINNEAPOLIS. Minn.. Fob. 3. A
light between Billy Papke, claimant of
tho world's middleweight championship,
a nd LI Ike Gibbons of St. Paul Is in pros
pect for July I, either at Los Angeles
or San Francisco. Ernest Potts of Min
neapolis, who Is said to have a contract
with Papke to arrange all ring contests
for the "Illinois Thunderbolt" on Ameri
can soil, received a letter from Papke to
day signifying his willingness to mcot the
St. Paul man at 1C8 pounds on Independ
ence day. Gibbons said tonight that ho
would bo ready to fight Papko on th.i
Young Erne Victor.
By International News Service.
PHILADELPHIA, Fob. 3. Hooks, jabs
and clever boxing brought victory to
Young Erne over Tommy Howell at the
Olympic Athletic club tonight. Erne wos
the stronger and In the third round
dropped Howell on his face with a hard
right on tho jaw and followed with an
other right uppercut to the jaw. stag
gering Tommy when he roao to his feet.
It was Erne's fight all the way.
Mandot Wins Easily.
By International News Service.
MEMPHIS. Tenn.. Fob. 3.-doe Man
dot, the southern aspirant to tho light
weight title, gained tho decision over
Mickey Sheridan In an eight-round bout
at tho Phoenix Athlullc club tonight.
ShfTldau mado what was regarded as a
Oscar Gingrich, physical director of the
Y. M. C. A., yesterday promulgated his
rule for the forthcoming stale amateur
tournament. The boxing regulations
contain few innovations, but those re
garding wrestling have a number of new
features which all entrants should read
carefully. Tho wrestling rules follow:
1. In all competition the ring
shall bo roped and of not less than
twelve feet or more than twenty
four feet square.
2. Weight to be: Bantam. 105
pounds and under: feather, 113
pounds and under; special, 1115
pounds and under; light, 135 pounds
and under; welter. HS pounds and
under: middle. 158 pounds and un
der: heavy, all over U'S pounds.
3. Any hold, grip, lock or trip al
lowed, excopt the liammer lock,
strangling, full Nalson, and toe
4. Tho wrestlers shall compete in
nothing heavier than light rubber
soled gymnasium slippers or shoes,
without heels and laced with eye
lots only, and wear a well-fitted sup
porter, and clothing which will bo
passed upon by the welghing-in
committee, who will see that each
wrestler's finger nails are trimmed
short and that ho has nothing on his
hands or body likely to cause dis
tress or Injury to his opponent.
G. Both shoulders shall bo on the
floor at tho samo time to 'constitute
a fall. A fall with any part of the
body off the mat will not count.
C. A rest of not less than five or
more than ten minutes shall be al
lowed between each fall.
7. Each contestant shall bo en
titled to assistance of one second
only, and no advice or coaching shall
bo given to any competitor bv his
second, or by any person, during the
progress of any bout. Any violation
of this rulo, or of rulo 3. by any
contestant, or the refusal of any con
testant to break any hold when so
ordered by the referee, may be pun
ished by tho refcrco bv loss of the
bout to the offendor and his exclu
sion from further competition.
5. Immediately before tho competi
tion each competitor who has
weighed In shall draw in porson his
game showing, but proved no match for
Mandol, who enjoyed an advantage in
every round. Tho boys weighed in at
133 pounds at 6 o'clock.
Six Fast Rounds.
PHILADELPHIA. Fob. 3. Tho star
bout tonight at the 'West Philadelphia
Athletic club between Johnny Wllletts
and Joo Heffcm was won by Wllletts
after six rounds of terrific fighting.
Forest Beats Moore.
COLUMBUS. O., Fob. 3. Eddie Forest
of Philadelphia tonight defeated Jackie
Moore In a ton-round bout. Harry Sully
of Columbus had tho better of a ton
round bout with Mike Dolan of Pittsburg.
Dooin Buys Catcher.
PHI LADE LP HLV, Feb. 3 Manager
Dooln of the Philadelphia National
league team todaypurchascd the releaso
of Dan Howley, a catcher, of tho Port
land club of tho Pacific Coast league.
Do you know that moro Teal dangor
lurks in a common cold1 than in anv
other of tho minor ailmonts? Tho Bate
way is to tako Chamborlnin's Cough
Remedy, a thoroughly roliablo prepara
tion, and rid yourse'lf of tho cold as
quickly as possiblo. This romedy is
lor salo by all dealers.
iM'nn Accused of Alienating Af
fections of Another Man's
Wife Enters Denial.
Alfred Jensen, who Is being sued for
S10.000 damages by John Uecd for al
leged alienation of Mrs. Lcona Reed's
affections, took the stand ynslerday In
Judge C. W. Morse's court and denied
tho charges brought against him. Jen
sen Insisted that his relations with the
Reeds had never transgressed the bounds
of neighborly friendship. Whatever at
tention he paid Mrs. Roed, he raid, was
that of a mere kindly interest in both
hor and her husband.
"Sometimes I .took hor homo at night
after attending social affairs," he said,
"but most of tho time It was at tho re
quest of Reed, who was unable to be
Witnesses for tho prosecution testified
that Mrs. Reed had gone to Jensen's
home late at night on several occasions.
Jensen denied this charge in every par
ticular. Mrs. Reed, he said, had never
crossed his threshold at night unless ac
companied by her husband or some other
Thomas Dean Leaving Otty.
Thomas Dean, who has been represent
ing the nrchitect on tho now Orpheum
theater building, which Is now in course
of construction, has resigned hla posi
tion and will leave for Los Angeles this
week. During tho few weeks that he has
been here Mr. Dean says that he lias
formed a favorable opinion of Salt Lake
City and tho people here and cannot say
too many good things for Utah. Since
he has been hero Mr. Dean has present
ed to tho Doserct museum an imitation
set of Culllnane diamonds and has also
sent to South Africa for numerous other
relics or tho museum.
number and compete as follows:
iltivc a preliminary round of ns many
contests as the total number of con
testants can be divided by two. In
oaso any contestant does not com
pete in the preliminary scries he
idiull be allotted n number In the
next scries of bouts, so as to avoid
the possibility of again drawing a
bye. Tills leaves two, four, eight or
sixteen contestants, and the bouts
then proceed regularly with no byes
or uneven contests. In tho draw
ings the names shall be so arranged
that wrestlers from the same organ
ization shall not compete against one
another In the first round in any one
'J. Tho contestants who have last
been defeated by the winner shall
receive second prize
10. Duration of bouts shall be ten
11. The referee shall have full
control of the competitors and his
decisions shall- bo final and without
1. A timekeeper shall bo ap
pointed. 13. If, In the preliminary bouts, no
fall has been obtained by either con
testant after the expiration of ten
minutes, the referee shall decide the
match on points, providing one. or
both, of the wrestlers has been off
his feat during the bout, a second
bout of five minutes shall bo ordered,
at the end of which the bout shall
be doclded on points, providing a fall
has not been registered. If, In the
final bouts, a fall has not been ob
tained at the expiration of ten min
utes, another bout of ten minutes
shall be ordered. Tf at the expiration
of this second bout a fall has not
resulted, an additional bout of five
minutes shall be ordered. If no fall,
the roferee shall award.
H. Contestants shall be wolghed
within one hour of tho beginning of
tho contests, and any contestant be
ing ovor weight shall be rejected.
15. Any athlete who weighs in and
then fails to compete, without any
satisfactory excuse to the games
commlttoe. shall be suspended for
six months. All weighing In shall
cease as soon as the first bout of the
tournament on each night is commenced.
JUDGE WSLTOi, 31 TO
Fern L. Also Celebrates Re
turn to Form by Winning
By Inteniational News Service.
EL PASO. Tex.. Fob. 3. Judge Wal
ton, ciuoted at 30 to J, was one of tho
surprises of tho day when he won tho
second evont. Fern L., world's rocord
holder, returned to form, temporarily at
least, and won handily. Results:
First race, threo and a half furlongs
Dick Dodie. 11:. (Barhani). 3 to 1, won;
"fe W.. 112 (McCabo). 7 to 1. second
Old Ben, 112 (Borol), G to 5, third. Time,
Ml i-o. Othello, Manganese. Rara Vcz.
Col. McDougall, Galax, Best Bo and Sir
Hurry also ran.
.J.11 r,ace. ono mile Judge Walton.
10S (kirschbaum). 30 to 1, won. Ocean
Queen. 101 (Bobbins), 6 to 5. second; C.
)Y: C"P". (Cavanaugh). h to l.
third. Time. 1:39 4-5. Del Friar, Helen
Scott, Bon Lncas. Lehigh, Quick Trip.
Force and. Aragoneso also ran.
Third race, one milt Fern L., 08 (Kcd
erls). 9 to 2. won: Melton Street, 113
(Buriingnme). 14 to C, second; Golden
-97 00 to 1. third. Time"
1.30 J-o. Dangerous March, Puck and
boko also ran.
Fourth race, five and a half furlongs
Florence Roberts. 103 (Hill). 0 to 2 won
Prido of Llsmore. 112 (Kederls). 1 to l'
second; Lady Panchlta, 05 CCathan) 13
to 2, third. Time. 1.00 3-5. Mona Ca'no
mS5:.?1,ford TIlomis ad CSHpy also ran.
Fifth raco, Hlx furlongs Rooster. 107
(Henry), 0 to 2. won; Barsac. 101 (Ked
??r8,A i 1' stiCOnJ: Sprightly Miss. U7
(McCabe) 7 to 1. third. Time. 1:13.
Madeline B., Ilassen, Garden of Allah
Safranor and Choctaw also ran.
iaI'm- 1,U?C B.1x. rVrlo"'H-Bob Lynch.
108 (Ivcderls), I to 1, won; Ferrona. 103
(Buriingnme), 20 to l. second: Jim L..
(r-pftua) 3. to 1. third. Time. 1:13
Collnct. Beda, Swede Sam, Bon Green
leaf and La Caecadora also ran.
National Bowlers Win.
The National bowlers won two out of
threo games last night from the Strcvoll
Patersons. Tonight the Crowns and
C. Zimmerman 178 ISO 170 vs
F. Zimmerman 225 213 ir.fi f.04
vl 120 lo-, ion :;go
v- T&rtnn 172 102 100 521
A. W. Crabbc 387 169 205 5(5l
Toal 882 009 TUG 2C87
STREVELL-PA TER SONr.
"l!erton '....170 1U4 183 G"G
Poterson i;0 167432
L. G. Walker 183 132 130 41,1
Stevenson 144 17B m 100
WalUon 174 132 202 50S
Total S10 739 SS2 2401
Handicap 37 37 37 ill
Grand total S17 776 SS3 2C12
mirwMT " 1 1 -
SALT LAKE RIPLEMD!
TiED WITH POM)
Utah and Maine Marksmen
Rivals for First Place
in Class B.
WAS11TXGTOX. Feb. 3. In the fourth
match In the series of league contests for
the high school shooting announced to
day, Dcerlng high of Portland. Me., by
defeating the Eastern high, Washington,
D. C. OGn to S05, malting a rocord scoro
In class A, there is a triple tie between
Iowa City, Deorlng high and the Morris
high, Tew York city. The scores of tho
teams in this class for the fourth week's
DeWItt Clinton of New York city. 85G;
Morris of New York. 017, won from
Brookllne. Mass., by default.
Stuyvcsant of New York. SOI, WeHtcni
of Washington, 712.
In class B, Portland, Me., and Salt
Lake aro tlod for first place. The resultB
of tho fourth weeks matches for this
Manual training, Washington. D. C.
90o; Business, Washington. D. C, 742;
Springfield. Mass., 902; Utlca, N. Y., 713.
Portland. Me., 910: Sault Sto. Marie.
Mich., SCO; Susquehanna. Pa.. S22. won
from Tucson, Ariz., by default. Salt Lake
City, 935; St. Louis manual. 024.
LAST INSTALLMENT ON
MARTY OTOOLE PAID
MINNEAPOLIS?, Feb. 3. Ralph Ca
pron. once famous as a quarterback of
the University of Minnesota football
team, and last season a member of the
Pittsburg National Leaguo baseball
team, has been released to the St. Paul
American Association club. Capron. it
is said here, was sent to St. Paul as
part of the famous Marty O'Toole trade,
the Pittsburg club owing St. Paul an
Kentucky Futurity Entries.
LEXINGTON. TCy.. Feb. 3. Nine hun
dred and seven weanling? are reported
as having had the second payment mado
on them for Kentucky futurity for foals
of 1912. This eclipses all previous records
in point of numbers Tho Walnut Hall
farm heads tho list with elghtv-two
youngsters. The Patchen-Wilkes farm is
second with soventy-throo. The Empire
City farm la third with thirty-three,
while thirty-seven other stables havo en
tered from five to twcnty-nlno of their
weanlings. Peter the Great. 2:07, leads
the list of stallions, he having nlnctv
olght of his progeny In the list of wean
lings named in the second pavmont. Wal
nut Hall. 2:09. has thirty-eight and San
Francisco, 2:071, thirty-seven. Twenty
six other sires are represented in the
lists. The foals ore owned In thirtv-fivc
different states and Canada. Kentucky
heads the list with 3SU, New York is sec
ond with 12G, MasBachusotts Is third with
scvonty-nlne. Pennsylvania fourth with
fifty-five and Ohio fifth with fifty.
Charleston Bnco Results.
First race, one-fourth of a mile, purse
Please Wells, 112 (Mondon), 3 to 1,
won; Gordon, llii (Butwoll), R to o, sec
ond; Salvation Kay, 116 (Mooro), s to 1.
third. Time. :25.
Second race, five and a half furlongs,
selling Tolson D'Or. Ill (Buxton), 7 lo
2, won; Madman, 109 (Musgravo), 4 to
G, second: Bortls, 105 (Wolf), 13 to 1.
third. Time, 1:10 2-5.
Third race, five and a half furlongs,
soiling Ancon, 114 (Butwoll). 6 to 5,
won- Polly Worth. 117 (Pickott), 7 to 2,
second: Ella Grane. 107 (Denneler). 20
to 1. third. Time. 1:11.
Fourth race, six furlongs, selling
Amorot, 117 (Butwell). 7 to 10, won;
Wander, 113 (Van Dusen), 0 to 1, sec
ond; Fathorola, IOC (Wolf), to 1, third.
Fifth race, five and a half furlongs,
selling Amnricus, 109 (Corev), 4 to 5,
won; Harcourt, 100 (Mondon), 7 to 1,
second; Ben Prior, 101 (Denneler), 20 to
1. third. Time, 1:10 4-5.
Sixth race, mllu and seventy yards,
selling- Spellbound, 104 (Goose), 0 to 2.
won; Banorella. 07 (Ford), C to 6, sec
ond: Pliant. 10.T (Musgravo), 3 to 1,
third. Time. 1;C3.
First Race 'Eleven-slxteonths of a
Index. Wt.! Index. wt.
B9oS Sarg. Kirk. SOIGono Argonaut ...100
'00 1 Mon Ami ..105' 7003 Eaton 109
GiS7 Elmo. 10517003 J. Nunnally 109
'00-1 Silicic . ...106(6016 Theo Cook .110
Second Race Threu-quartera of a mile.
7011 L. Hannah.. 90! 7011 R. H. ' Gray.lOC
7011 An. Clalro .101 0457 Kinmundy ..106
(013 Mer, Chase 10l!0939 Clia' Top ..103
013 Syossct . ..103ifi620 Old Hank ..110
C999 Dust Pan ..106 6099 Mor. Wilson 113
699D Sweet Time 10H6001 Benodictlna .113
third Race Thlrteen-slxtoonths of n
69S9 Miss Jonah 98 G902 Protend . ..103
.016 V Powers .100 6078 Font 105
6950 Grec, Bend. 104 6621 Stairs ... 103
6161 Letourno . .104 69S9 Heretic . .JOS
6003 Sam Barber 105
Fourth Race Thrcc-nuartcrs of a mile.
llX'a(lj' ' ?1iC05S Bodkin . ...104
Willis 93 6551 Lord Wells .107
W. 93701f. Chomulpo . .109
6U?,GoIdn 0316978 L. Wiggins.. 114
Firth Raco Thirteen-slxtconths of a
2?2 8ohrg TV 041 6016 Outlan . ..105
01i Dipper . .. 07 7015 Monkey . ,.10C
SilS Srai? :Mack 0991 J1- Colline .106
G9S0 Thetis . ...105 7003 Danceaway .10S
Blltzor, Jr. .105 7015 B Vandovo'r.lOS
7004 Cheer Up ..105!
Sixth Race Threo-quartere of a mile
7000 Ancon . ... SS 7015 Gold Cap ..107
MVS.lsin..,' '101, G075 Scml-quav. Ill
Sf33 "b lrs 107 70M H Hutch's'n III
6992- Qucs. .Mark 107
IT IMF Hi
M SI llii
That Institution Will Ut!
doubtedly Take First Pla1
in Amateur Tourney, 1
The different athletic JnsUtutloBi fU'1
will enter men in the stale iLw'
tournament to be held Thuw&y f5v
and Saturday of this week iKi ft y?E
C. A., aro grooming their rcprMcniJ&'l
in hopes of annexing some S2tl-w
ship or other. .7
In the wrestling tho Dcsorct m.iW
such mon as Dom, Crabb, Coirtw
derson nnd Parkinson, apiwan to lK
everything its own way, biitta&Kf
lng lino the 1. will havo & ctea SLtft
unless some unknown upsets alSUlK
. ,rh,V Y; ?,L C" A- ent nuar bJEL
in all of the events and, by taMarSmi
ond place In wrestling cvnt. ri3iTf?
nblo to make tho highest irnttZ'M?
ecore. Macko at HS pounds, for til I
is a strong contender for ilrst la btfK
division. ' lC
Of the boxers, It is doubtful If IkiiK
are at present any amateurs In l& tikKv
who can win from the crew Jack DomllK''
has developed. Mabbott, Ihj ilS'Rt
heavyweight, has by his uhiblUoa V'iK
a damper on the hopes of mur vg.jKs
be champions and a scarcity of Kr fclBr
lows Is noticeable. lUors, Guti uJjjKr
McDonald are undoubtedly ths h jJHi
the little men and with Bill WffiiafK
in form, these four will make aay qaj-jlBTt
lotto of slmon pures travel. BuSfciBL
those, Downey has several otbtr nrfjKT
boys who can mako then h&t tital(E5
themselves and who should ha iHt ttjK
take second place iflKf
None of the local schools KiUtCTijB
strong representation, roost of til tf-vBs
lege boys either carylng ono of the jja-'iKi
naslum colors or entering a uMltuadiMSE
The tournament promises tobjbtfB'
CHANGED DATES FOR Ifif
The llftli set of games in the &etlk&
cial league basketball schedule irtU tijgfe,
played off tonight Instead of WedcaliMlgl
Tho reason for this change la est ' BJf
that the Yokcl-Gehrinj match s21 icVtt
held tomorrow evening. 3nd mur
ketball fans will attend that exhlMMiHi
Tho "Y" boys are planning to (tjiti
Yokel en masse and are bacXlns ti!H
cal favorite to the limit.
The Salt Lake high school asl I &
S. U. quintettes will closh in thdr . w
nual basketball contest Thursday
noon instead of Friday, as tavmi
The reason for this change otaW
that the wost side boys are MjMM
meet Sprlngvlllo high at Spring;
Saturday. February 8. Tiro veeki g
on the local floor tho Indians four! U
Sprlngville boys easy meat, bnt hp tw
will perform at homo Is dou&IAH
Coach Richardson will carry
to moot any oxlgoncy that roarm
Juarez Entries. '?
First Race Three-quarters of I m
Selling. lT , a
index. w1;;-6. a
C832 Vireo 91 67oo Klora .
701S Red Widow 91 7019 Fair !h
6944 L. V. ZandL 93 6970 H pro
6963 Tom G. -96 70 19 Caol jj
7005 Gay . ...... 106 C?33 Emn . vL
6S77 Blaze B. . .1061 700o Horieon
Second Dace Mile. Selling. .
0973 Freewill . .Of WW gfJE
7010 Oc'n Queen 103 6971 Sliver fllP
'TnlS'ce-TifS-quarlers 1 4K
701SMagda B. . ffll! MM.
7010 L. Youmr -.103 IK r
7005 R'th SiSSm
6921 Recover . .1031 fifol S2,HeeM JK
Sinsur Man 90 7021 Dng?
700S Kootonay .. 98 .021 r0Wf
0934 Cock-spur . .101 6; g BfitftiHC
6809 Win'srccn .101 69i - . ,,mSf
mi G. of Ophlr.103 69 UyifWL
Fifth Race Three-quarters KfiM
Selling". n,ltiz7 chaJBrflHBM
7005 Azurca . 2 Cttw HH
6924 Ardolon . . 0o .00a ve MH
OOSUCordio F. .. 98 MOT 3UK J
3409 Sankey - -.100 M $ U..JHH
7005 Orinmr Lad 100 4.37 Jft'newlMH
6731 lCvelina . .1031 "ft, V. 1 Di
Sixth Rnce-3" inn ?ne,,J"&.mjM 1
6971 Caleth-P rut 00 6JS6 w 0!fl JM J
6973 Roy Dolly .101 ,AI
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