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m THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, SUNDAY MORNING, AUGUST 17, 1913. 15
Kditional sporting news
. ! K MEET
Hjfcy playground students dc
Kthe truck tnvel at Liberty
By which followed the pro
prntisic, dancing and play
rltlos or all the city play
IKie Liberty boys piled up a
R'jxilnt.s as against 17 'which
K(,v pioneer hoys. Sumner
H. tilli school with 10 and
L P . All ten points or tho
JM&ere made by the .clrl. who
IBrent In the girls" W-
niu -also won the girls' 200-
Hftwufl the second of three
during the summer. The
a few weeks ago and the
I, eld next Saturday at the
Ik. Those who cstab lsh
ords for events In either
will bo given medals. A
L Saturday a special exhl
udents of all playgrounds.
extra athletic and phyal
cnta have been planned,
Isets-Mark Gallasher. Sumner,
er. Llbertr. second; Silas Now
Time. 7 1-5 seconda.
mlors-Dssll Mowrey. Liberty.
Liberty. J-econd, Sllau Now
Tlmo. 9 3-3 seconds.
slow-Clarence Ulooinfleld. Lib-
Husbands, Liberty. Recond;
jclt-Jimes Sullivan. Jackson,
nan. rioneer. recom); Stanley
tlilrd. Time. 20 1-3 wondt.
IP-Clinton Kelchum. Flonoor,
er, Liberty, second: Mark Gal
rd. Height, 4 (eel 2 IncUw.
n-Eurl Jones. Ubeny, Ilnst:
miner. ad Dis.ll Movrey tied
4 fed 6 Inches.
l-Htrbert Tay. Liberty, first:
a. Liberty, itcond; Russell
third. Height. 3 feet,
rr'.j Andrew Winter. Liberty,
y Jacks.on, hoennd- Grant Ar
rd. Height. 6 fest 2 Inches,
ir Clinton Kctclnnn. Pioneer,
ey. Liberty, hecond- Andrew
Ird, Height. C feet t, Inches.
rHerberl Tay. Liberty, first;
Liberty, second; Hutiscll Hus
'rd. Height. 8 tyt.
-Liberty. first: Sumner. aec
, Time. 13 3-5 seconds.
-Liberty. (Irr.t (only ono tos.ni
J)road Jump-Andrew Winter snd
both of Liberty, lied for first;
cslev Holmes, Jaekaon. tied for
13 feet 10 Inches.
imn-Baill Mowcry nnd Alton
Jen for .'Irst; Earl Jours, Llb
:ance. H feet i Inches,
up Herbort Tny. Liberty, flrht:
Liberty. second; Clanmcc
y, third. Distance. IS feet 10
isti-Mii Hnrdy. High school,
its. High school, second: Helen
. tlilrd. Time. S 2-G aoconds.
lav race Won by High r.chool;
ilrd. Liberty (No tlmo taken).
M: rloneer, IT; Sumner. II:
n' races for the "purpose
iree American Sonder
the German invaders for
llson and Governor Foss
oIT here today, the nine
ernatlonal honors sailing
The winners were "The
C, P. Curtis. Jr., which
cea In the first division;
tied by John L. b'alton
i two races in tho see
I the "Harpoon." owned
lams, second, which won
t. After the third race
Dilttee eliminated three
""Chance," owned by C.
todgur," owned by B. B.
nI the "Dorlna." owned
Irler ti ml F. C Fletcher.
, a windward and lee
Failed in the lightest of
id around a liia ngle in a
:o. while In the third,
repetition of the first
its started in moderate
shed in a drift,
d the first division from
i all three races and tho
tame in the first two
:nnd division, but In the
harpoon" b?at her to the
hor rapidly in the run
1SDER SETS UP
S RECORD SHOT
.Ohio. Aug. if,. A "vorld'fc record
i&rktina::;hip was tel today by
I C D, Winder. Ohio', vet
it contest for thi JS00 adjutant
dqL iiMilcr tho ampler, of tho
relation i stored tv.enly-four
(ffM. Ho mudc the twoiib -shot
'io'.er jhen itih out of nmtnunl
Wl cartrldRo from tho new lot
iaririal hu slipped to n foar.
Wof th rtnpe of the Kovcrnort
WBTpetltor?. threo ri;iiUrii vfr,ro
el H. Hawley. NMnth Unltod
Jlh 143, followed by Sorscnnl
n!trmttt InJanlry, HC. mid I'rl
J. mt'lne corp. 1U; yergii-int
PJHrlct of Coluniblii, with III
Bug. If.. Percy McGUlivray,
Hr Ur 220-yard champion.
Hl Chicago river tWo-milo
V16Mfj 3-5. Mlehael McDer
Lf00'1' m --5- A. C
'flKi ' 'n..-19'37- All swum In
ui1? . 1,1,110,8 Athlfetic dub.
K?a"Jed by a strong current
f, ifBp"' ot stand for ;i record.
LwFl atartal nnd all Iln
'S nan seventeen minutes
iflmwnzr. "McGlllivray led by
4i1K?r the first mile. H0 lias
"iB9he has entered this year.
Retail Clerks and Arthur
Meet at Lucas Field Today
Three of the Ectail Olcrks in wtr paint: Top, Jensen, p. (left); and Bar
ber, p.; bottom, Weidies.
Fast Team of Copper League
Comes for Go With
Young Merchants. ;
AGRIDAT deal of Interest Is being
taken In the gamo today between
the Arthur team of tho Copper
league and the Retail Clerks,
which will .be played at Lucas
field at. 3:30 o'clock".
These teams have mot but once be
fore this season, at which time the Clerks
were victorious. The Arthur team now
has a stronger lineup and think they will
be able to slip one over on the Clerks.
The smeller fajis have arranged to
come In on a special train, which will
leave Garfield about 2 o'clock Sunday.
Jensen or Barber will do the throwing
for tho Clerks, although Coleman may
start if ho warms up right.
For Arthur, cither Swcltzer or "Wil
liams will be in the box. These two
teams are two of the fastest independent
clubs In the state and a close game may
The Clerks have finally persuaded
Earls, their former shortstop, to got out
with them and he will be seen In tho
lineup Sunday. Tho two teams will line
up as follows;
Srott or Whalen c Sutherland
Jenson, Barber p Williams,
Johnson lb Engleman
Wieties...; 2b Holmstcad
Earls ss Rollins
Fitzpatrlck 3b Olsen
Coleman If Snyder
Gallacher cf Wagstaff
Bock rf Dorsch
Western League 1
Won. Lost. PC.
Denver 73 tl .61"
Defi Moines Bfi 50 .&C3
Lincoln 60 57 .512
St. Josopll 60 '" SOO
Omsha r 35 W .171
Topeha -' 6:i .152
Sioux City r.2 fit .US
Wichita 16 71 .S0i
At Topcka Flrht, game: Des .Moines. 0: TopcUa,
3. Second Knmc: Dee Molucy, 3: Topoka, r..
(Culled flnt half ninth; rain.)
At Denver St, Joseph. 3: Denver. (Twelve
At Wichita Sioux City, 13; Wichita, 7.
At Lincoln Omaha. C: Lincoln, 1. (Called end
eight to allow Onip-hii to catch train.)
Won. Lot. rc.
V'ancomsr TO TO .f.S3
Portland ......63 51 .5IS
Sfiittle 67 r.r, .o
Victoria. nu 63 .IS
Tr.comu, G3 G? .-U3
Spokuno- Vl IS 72 .100
At Portland Portland. ?: Soattlc, .1.
At Victoria Victoria. II: Taconm, 5.
At Spoknno Spoknnc, 7; Vancouver. 1.
"William" Breaks Record,
PEORIA. III.. Aug. 30. Pxclns a mtlo lu 2:031
at tho rjreat Woatcrn circuit meet horo thlu uflcr
noon, Wllllntn. 3-ycav-old buy lt owned by
W W. Marvin of Laraycttti. lnu.. brolto tho
world's record for 3-yeur-olds and tinder. lie won
from Lllllo Dernleo In e driving flnluh: tho Di
rect entry third. Mavln drovo tho colt.
Won. Lost. PC.
MllwaulCM 73 4S .601
Louisville CS nJ .3G7
Minneapolis 67 ' .hoi
Columbus .'.67 5ti .343
St. Paul 61 CI .loS
Toledo ffi !u .463
Kansnu City S3 r,S .3S
Indianapolis i . 73 .370
At Tolodc Tt. If. E.
Minneapolis 3 7 3
Toledo 6 11 2
Bcttoriea Mogrlduo, Gllllgaa. Flouo and Owons;
Ccorno and Land.
At- Columbus Tt. H. n.
K.nnsuK City (4 5
Columbus 14 3 1
DnltcrU'3 Rho.il?E. Itllry and Mooro; Eavra and
At Loulevlllc R, H. E.
SU Paul .. ..' 1 7 3
Louisville n II 0
IJattcrles Walker, Ganlnor. Lroy and Miller;
Powell nud Savorold.
At Indinapollr, R. H,
Milwaukee 0 12 3
Indianapolis 3 2 4
llatteiica Hovlll; and Hushes; Burlc. llarrlnston
nud Coscy. Llvlnsetone.
Won, Loit. PC.
Portland i5 r.S .637
Sacrariicnto 64 i'.O .516
Los AliKclc-c t'' 6C ,4?6
Vonlcft ,...C5 cs .4?S
Oakland 61 70 '.477
San Kraiiclwo - 62 71 .465
At Los AliBcles R. H. K.
Sacmiiutito . 7 1
Lou. Anpoles 1 10 4
Batteries Lively mid DIIej; Tozcr and Arhogaet.
At Portland n. H. E.
Oakland , S 6 0
Portland 18 2
flatteries lUtlllay and Krelts; HlBKlnbolhain
At San 1'runclaco R. H. E.
Vonlco S 11 1
San Francisco E g 4
DJttnrleJ (lrlffln and Elliott; Overall and
Schmidt (ten lnnlnss).
Won. Lost. PC.
Mobile 71 47 .602
Montgomery 63 49 .C63
Atlanta 02 53 ..139
Dlrmlnnham .......62 66 .CIS
Clialtanoopa ., t'i .600
Memphlu 50 $4 ,4S3
NaaUvlllo 40 67 .423
Notv Orleans 38 63 ,z:,Z
At NnohTllle N'ahvllIo, 9, 5: BlrmlnKhani, 4, 7.
At Atlanta Atlant. 7, 3: CUattauoosa, 2. fi.
At Momnhlc Memphis. 4; Montgomery. 1.
Now Orlean-MoblIo Rame poJtponed; rain.
Fans Protest TJmp's Decision.
ST. LOUIS, Auff. 16. Uniplw Tom Connolly ws
tho centnr of u ilomonstrallou by thn "fann" hero
thin altoruoon when ft dcclhlon they did not Uko
Kia niado lu tho noventh lnnlnic. Dalcnll shiclcd.
Pratt followliiB lth a bIiieIo through tho Infield.
Connolly declaring that the.' ball ttruck Ilalentl
und calling Mm out. Th St. Lout, pliyera tnadu
a. vlRoroun protest and a larso numbor of "fnnn"
urn nllcgod to have left tho paino la the elshth
lar. a protest egalnst th nillnp.
UH St EES
One of tho most exciting motorcycle
races ever seen at the "Wandamere motor
drome was the "unknown distance" (free
for sill), which was staged at the track
last night. Thrills were the order of the
evening's entertainment, but to the satis
faction tof the 1200 present no accidents
occurred: In fact, every event was a
feature In Itself.
The race first mentioned was between
F. E. Whittler. TV. E. Samuelson, T. M.
Samuelson, Burt Smalling. Ray Peck and
R. E. Rognon, and as the distance was
unknown, and as It was a case of first
one and then the other being In the lead,
the fans were on their feet, cheering one
and then another, until the winner
crossed tho tapo.
Peck was the winner, but It was no
cinch, as ho was following Whittler until
the last half of the last lap." The boys
traveled four miles, and as the time was
3:05 2-5 It can be readily seen that no
contestant was sleeping dqrlng the race.
Peck Ib Winner.
Peek overtook Whittler In the last half
of tho last lap. Samuelson and Smalllng
were reaJly In the money up to the last
lap, but as their spare Juloc had been
used previously, and as the first and sec
ond men had some to spare, the latter
used It at the right time. Rognon was
apparently out to win, but his wheel went
to the bad In the fifth lap and it was
up to him to drop out. At any rate, the
winner was not known until tho finish.
An added feature of the programme
was the attempt made by Peck to lower
the one-mile track record of :3D 3-5 made
by Al Ward. Peck got off poorly, but
succeeded In making the distance In the'
samo time that Ward had previously
The first event scheduled was a match
two-mile race between Whittler and
Peck, tho latter, who was about one
wheel's length ahead at the finish, mak
ing the distance in 1:21 2-5. Peck won in
tho last twenty yards.
Peck Beats Whittler.
The two-mile team match point race,
the second event scheduled, was between
Smalllng and T. M. Samuelson and R.
EL Rognon and W. E. Samuelson, the first
heat being won by W. E. Samuelson. T.
M. Samuelson was second, Smalllntr third
and Rognon, who had a little hard luck,
last. Tho time was 1:29 1-5.
The second heat of the match raco be
tween Whittler and Peck, which was for
three miles, was handily won by tho lat
ter in 2:0G 1-5.
The second heat of the team match
point race was finished as follows: W.
E, Samuelson, Smalllng, T. M. Samuelson
and Rognon, tho time belnsr 1:28 1-5. The
raco was given to W. E, Samuelson and
Rognon, who had registered twelve points.
The losers gained ten points.
The following race, which was termed
a three-mile "scramble," was easily won
by W. E. Samuelson in tho fast time of
2:13 2-5. T. Samuelson was second,
Smalllng third and Rognon fourth. This
race was very exciting from start lb fin
ish, the distance between the first and
last man to cross the tape being not to
exceed forts' feet.
Summaries : ,
First heat of two-mile match race, class A, be
tweon Whittler and Peck Won by Peck. Time,
1:24 1-5. Second heal, three mlle.i, won by Peck
Tlmo, 2:06 1-5.
Team match point race, two miles, flvo points
for first, three points for uecond, two points for
third and ono point for fourth First heat: W. E.
Samuelson, first: T. M. Samuelaon. second: Small
Ins. third; Rognon, fourth. Time. 1:20 1-5. Sec
ond heat W. 10. SamueUan, first: SuinlllUR. gcc
ond; T. M. Samuelson. third; Rocnon, fourth
Time, 1.2S 2-5. W. E. Samueljon nnd Rocnoo. 13
points; Smilllnc And T. M. Suniuolson, 10 point.
Three-mile "Scramble W. 13. Samuelson won,
T. M Samuelson hocond. Smalllng third and Rog
non fourth. Time. 2:13 2-5,
Unknown dllant'C, free-for-all Peck won. Whit
tler second. T. M. Samuelson third, Smalllng
fourth Time. 3:05 2-5. Dlstnncc. four miles.
HOME RUNS COMMON
IN BOTH BIG LEAGUES
CHICAGO. Aug. Hi. Batters of the
major leagues todav made thirteen homci
runs, elf ven In the National and two in
the American league. Nearly all of those
hits were made with men on bases, but
none alone was the deciding factor In
Jackson and Chapman of Cleveland
took the honors In the American league.
Home runs were hit In the National
league by Groh. Cincinnati: Wagner.
Pittsburg; Shafer. Now York" Archer.
Schultf and Zimmerman (21 Chicago, and
Stengel. W. Fischer and U. Fisher (2).
Dodgers Get Bill Collins.
BROOKLYN, Aug. 1(5. Tho Brooklyn
National League club today negotiated a
three-cornered deal whereby Bill Collins,
the sensational outfielder of the Newark?,
will loin tho Supcrbas next Monday.
Brooklyn gives Leo Callahan to Toronto,
for that club's consent to allow "Huh"
Northen to bo transferred to Newnrk. the
latter club sending Collins to tkr major
.leaguers. Brooklyn will use Collins In
right field Immediately. Ho has batted
.311 and stolen twenty-two bases in the
Won. Loit. Pi".
Xftwark 7S 3? .6S7
Rochester 62 54 .5:14
DaJlimoro : 5? 57 .son
Buffalo .. .. :S 60
Montreal ,..,56 61 .473
Toronto 51 62 .456
Providence '.. 63 63 .45;
Jersey City ...47 70 .102
At Jnrrcy City . R. " II. E.
Rochvttcr f. S 0
Jersey City .. ,. I 12 0
At Newark R. H, E.
Toronto .. ..' 0 ( 2
Newark I 10 I
At Provldencf n. n. 1;.
Montreal f. 3 1
Provldnncr 3 6 4
At Baltimore First gamo: R. U. E.
Duffalo 7 12 0
Baltimore , 10 15 2
Second game R. ,H. E.
Buffalo 10 J6 0
Unltlmoro 1 7 1
Western Tri-State League
Won. Lo9l. PC.
I!o!jo ......22 13 .r,:5
North Yakima 17 17 .500
Walla Walla. 17 is ,jss
rendleton .. .-' 13 21 ,c$2
Al Bohc K, it. 1:.
Doiso 0 7 2
Walla Wallp. 1 1 1
TJ.ittprIv.i-Donner and CJard; Daly nnd Johnson.
At North Yakima R. h. E.
North Yakima ,.7 s 2
Pendleton 4 6 5
nutlcrl lloutman Hnd Taj lor: Welch and Ha
Won. Lot. PC.
Indianapolis ,,....,,,53 31 60S
Cleveland ., , 47 41 ,534
Chicago .. 44 44 500
St. Louli .. 45 45 .459
Kansas City 41 46 .471
PlUiburf? ,37 65 .403
At St, Loiiln St. Louis. 3; IndUnapolIn, . 2.
At Pltteburp PIlUburB. 1; Kansas CU7, 0.
At Cleveland Cleveland, 4; Chicago, 6.
OP T0J3IBI FULLS
Another day has gone without definite
arrangements being made respecting tho
transfer of northern series to Salt
Lake. The whole matter seems to hinge
on Great Falls. It Is practically certain
thut Helena's series and at least a por
tion of the Ogden eet-up can bo switched
to Salt Lake, but the Electrics continue
to present the chief obstacle.
Yesterday President B. G. Hite of the
local association wired President Tracy
of the Great Falls club for a decision.
Mr. Hlte's telegram follows:
Daniel Tracy. President of Great
Falls B. B. Club Have you decided
to transfer your next series with us
to Salt Lake City? We know both
clubs will benefit If series is trans
ferred. Answer Immediately, as ap
plication should be made to Presi
dent Mulroney at once.
B. G. HITE.
Up to midnight no reply had been re
ceived from Mr. Tracy.
In commenting on the matter Presi
dent I-Iile has this to say:
We have made every effort to get
this series played In this city, and
offered to give Great Falls tho big
end of the gate. In other words, we
offered to turn the grounds over to
them and we would take the visitors'
end. This would give us -10 per cont
of the gate, while they would get all
the grandstand and box receipts in
addition to thlr share of the gate.
We want Salt Lake patrons to see
this series, as the question of which
of these teams will be entitled to tho
pennant will doubtless hinge upon
the outcome of this set. which is
scheduled next to the last week of
The people of this city, have patron
ized the games quite Hbemlly and we
are willing to do all In our power to
show them that we appreciate what
they have done to make the season a
successful one. No one can Justly
say that there Isn't a lot of genuine
baseball fans In this town. They have
Hirned out to the games and -they
want more of them. And we are do
ing our level best to get them.
RAPID PROGRESS IN
Y. M. C. A. TENNIS PLAY
At the Y. M". C. A. tennis courts yes
terday afternoon good progress was made
with the tournament.
In the gentlemen's singles. Anderson
easily beat Van Pelt In straight sets.
0-1, G-3. Murphy beat Walters two sets
to none, 7-5, C-0. Van Eaton dofeated
Grundfor after a stubborn fight by two
sets to none, 6-4, 7-5, and Purton beat
Morris, G-3, G-2. Many of the latter
games went to douce repeatedly before
being finally won by Purton.
In the gentlemen's doubles, Duncan
land Van Eaton defeated Morris and.
Flandro, after a good game, in straight
sets, G-3, 7-5. and Purton and Grundfor
easllv disposed of Peterson and Van Pelt,
Thcrg will be a committee meeting of
the Tennis club at tho Y ML C. A. on
Tuesday evening next at S o'clock sharp.
All members arc requested to be present,
PELKY AND JOHNSON
TO FIGHT IN PARIS
SAN DIEGO Cal.. Aug. 16. Tommy
Burns, manager of Arthur Pelky, the
present holder of tho heavyweight cham
pionship, announced today that his pro
tege would box Jack Johnson In Paris
within the next three months.
Burns received a cablegram from "Jhn"
Pratt, the Parisian promoter, as follows:
"Will you permit Pelky to fight John
son In Paris? Public here anxious for the
Burns replied as follows:
"Pelky will fight Johnson If terms arc
satisfactory. If 1 were not absolutely
certain that Pelky can defeat Johnson
' wuuld never make the match- I feel
that Johnson has led a fast life since
winning tho title and the lirstagood man
the negro meets v,JU defeat him. Wire
terms and date."
WIN FROM YANKS
PHILADELPHIA. Aug. 1G. Edward 1
Ray and Harry Vardon. the well-known
English professionals who came to this
country to compete In the open golf cham
pionships of the United States, played a
sreat gamo today at the White Marsh
Valley Country club, when they defeated
Gilbert and Ben Nichols In a specially
arranged 3G-hoIe best ball foursome by
3 up and " to "play. Despite tho fact that
they were new to the course and had only
lert their vessel last night, tho English
men played a remarkable game.
I YOUTH BEATS FIELD
IN SWIMMING RACE
KANSAS CITY. Aug 16. Swimming
wilh the ease of a veteran, Edward Mc
Carren. a 1 1-year-old Kansas City boy.
a student in 41 "preparatory s'.-hool at
Notre Dame. lnd.. eufllly won the twelve
milf annual r.wJmmlng contest of the
Missouri Canoe tilub of this city. His time
was 1 hour. minutes. Chester Storms,
winner of the race last year, was second,
nnd D. E. Campbell Mulshed third. Miss
Emily Porter, aged U was the first of
the eight women to finish, and she was
given sixth place.
Locko's Body in Pittsburg.
PITTKBURC. Pa.. Aug. 16. The body of Wil
liam Ii. Locke, president of tho Philadelphia
National league bfloobaU rlub. who died at Vqi
nor, N. J., on Thursday, arrived hero today and
was liken to the honifl of hi mother, Mrs. C. U.
Locke. Funeral aervlcva will bv held al the resi
dence tojuorruw. The honorary pallbcarctn will
lucludo T. J. Lynch, president of the National
lc.isuc: Ban Jolmi.ou. president ot the American
losgUe. and owners of national league cluhn.
Floral tokens worn rfcolved today from President
JohnRon on bohalf of tho Amnrlcan league, from
club owners, tho National Association of Sporting j
Writ cm and baseball writers.
BOSTON .STORE BUYER
RETURNS FROM EAST
Jack Pindliuu, who has been visit
ing tho principal cities of the cast dur
ing tho lust six weeks in tho interest of
tho new Boston store, with which ho is
connected, has roturnod to his home in
Salt. Lake City. Durini; his absence
he visited in Kow York, Boston and
Cleveland and says that he had a splou
did time. When ecou yesterday, ho
"I had a. pood timo while away, al
though I have been busy all of tho
time. And I believe that tho trip will
bo n fruitful one. Through our Paris
connections I have secured some of the
finest modols ever seen in the west and
we have arranged for tho largest and
most exclusive supply of up-to-date
ladies' wearing apparel ever displayed
in Salt Lake Citj".
"We have spared aio expense ia get
ting European models and shall have
nothing of a cheap nature in tho store,
although popular prices will provnil
here. Stylos for the fall will bo crepe
dc chine instead of sorgo an dskirts
worn as parts of suits will have a
draped effect. Novelty plaid skirts
will also bo worn a grout deal."
8UIL0 K YACHTS
NEW YORK, Aug. 1G. That three
syndicates have been formed to build
boats for tho defense of tho America's
cups was an important development
that came out during the recent cruise
of the Now York Yacht club. Tho syu
dicates are headed by Cornelius Vandcr
hilt, George M. Pyuchou aud A. S.
Mr. Vanderbilt is a former commo
dore of tho club and owns the 57-rootcr,
Aurora. Mr. Pynchon is one of the
cleverest Corinthian skippers in the
club and owus the 57-footer, Jstalena.
Mr. Cochran raced tho 90-footer, West
Ward, with much success both here and
abroad. Jt is expected that N. G.
Ilerreshoff will design and build the
Vanderbilt and Pynchon yachts, but
that Mr. Cochran will seek a new cup
yacht designer, probably William Gard
ner. Several other mcmbors of tho club
have expressed a desiro to enter the 1
trial races, including Addison G. Ha
nau, owner and designer of the 31-rater,
Josephine, and, it is believed that Bos
ton, Philadelphia and perhaps Chi
cago will have representatives m those
If Philadelphia has a boat, it is ex-
Eected she will be built by a syndicate
eaded by Commodore E. 'Walter Clark
of tho Philadelphia-Corinthian Yacht
club, who has raced tho schoonor Iro
lita, persistently if not successfully
against the Eleana for throe years.
While tho New York club, it is
stated, is firm in its refusal to sign
anr agreement with Sir Thomas Lip
tou that will bind the club to defend
tho cup with a yacht of definite size,
tho threo syndicates have been formed
with tho object of producing a boat
about the size which Sir Thomas has
indicated in his challenge.
The cup-defending aspirants will be
the latest type of yacht, safe and com
fortable, with a moderate sail spread,
but very fast. It is believed they will
resemble to a marked degree the class
of 50-footers which have proved so ac
ceptable during the present season. The
challenge sent last winter by the Roval
Ulster Yacht club in bctialf of 'SJr
Thomas Lipton named a yacht 75 feet
on the water lino. A 75-fbot water line
yacht, built under tho present rule,
which charters a beam, overhanging
sail in proportion, would Tato at about
7fi feet. Tho Now York Yacht club
will welcome a general building for the
trial raccB by the yachtsmen of the
country, but it still holds to the propo
sition, laid down at tho time of the
Independence episode, that a member
of the club must represent such a
It is certainly the feeling among
members of the club that the yachting
season of 191-1 will prove tbe greatest
in tho history of tho srjort and already
owners of yachts which have been out
of commission for several years aro ar
ranging to get back into the game, as
spectators at least from! their own
decks, if not actual participants in tlie
Results on Turf;
First raco. flvo furlongs Ratlna. 103 (Montour).
1 to 2, won; Renulram, 101 (LounsberryJ. 12 to 1,
Hecoad; Pa; Rutlcdgc. 102 (Ueronde). 0 to 2, third.
Time. 1:00. Indolence. Patty Regan. Sliver Touo,
Rouin:irtIa, Bo I Ma and Suporl also ran.
Second raco, flvo and a half furlongs Jcssup
burn, 10 (Taylor), 7 to 1. won; Right. Easy, S3
(Derondo), 8 to 3, second: Thco. Cook. IIS (Cal
lahan). 6 So I, third. Time, 1:05. Tlllie"a Night
mare, Km nit Woodman, Molsuul, Chemulpo and
1 Iiif l:y Lad also run.
Third race, sis furlonGs U See It. 102 (Grcsri),
I to 1, won: Jlui. 104 (Small), 7' to 1. second:
Floiul Park. D7 (Callahan). C to 1. third. Time,
1:12. Rlflo Brigade. T. M. Oreon, Marjorle- A.r
Sun Queen aud Jim Basey also ran.
Fourth rnce. mllo und a sixteenth Lochlol. 93
(BuxtoD), 6 to 1. won: Klora Flna. 103 (Calla
han). 3 to 1, second: Buckhoru. 125 (Small), 0 to
20, third. Time, Only three starters.
Fifth race, flvo and a half furlongs Rubicon II.
103 (Kcdorls). 12 to 1. won; Muclc B. Eubunfcu. 102
(Buxton), 1 to I. second: Chilton Queen. 100 (Do
tonde). 3 to 1, third. Time, 1:06 1-D. Allcen, Lit
tle Jano. Lep Godchuus, "alrada. Mawr Lad,
Frlnce Chap and Stauloy Ss. also ran.
I Sixth raco. ono mile Hcrry Lauder. 110 (Peak).
D to 2, on, Chilton King. 103 (Kflderls). 3 to 2,
second. Trovato. 99 (Taylor). 12 to 1. third. Time.
1:33 3-5. Big Dipper. Monsieur Percy, Cordlc F..
Murahon Qucou. Gerard and Billy Baker alio rau.
Seventh race, mile and seventy yards Billy
VttRdcrvcer, 3S (Pcronde), 3 to 1. won; Mud Sill.
53 (Schaorfe). 12 to 1, second; Wander. 103 (Bux
ton). 3 to 2, third. Timo. 1:43 2-3. Mycenae.
Bobby Cook. Joo Stein. Rash and Henry Ilutcbl
coo alto ran.
First race, four and a. half furlonss Auntie
Curl. 107 (IS. Smith), 2 to 1." won; Kafnor, 111
ISlelaff. 3 to 1. second; Art Rick. 110 (O.-mci),
S to 1, third. Time. :3J 3-3. Ada Kennoday and
Deal Cairnll clso ran.
Second race, futurity course Anne McGee. 103
(Donovan). S to 1. won: Angeluj. Ill (E. Cotton),
C to 1. second; Decency. 103 (Pauley), 11 to R.
third. Time. 1:11 2-3. Beverstcln. Annual Intar
cal, Medio. Clin; Tuckor. Country Boy and Emily
Lcc aho rin.
Third r.ice, five and rt half furlonfis Daddy
Cilp, 10? (A. Murraj), 2 to 1. won; Envy. 103
(C. H. MlllcrV 3 10 I. second: Duncrasgan. 103
(J. Nelson). 10 to I. third. Time. 1:08 1-6. Pa
Jarotta, Elliabcth Harwoed and Hardy also ran.
Fourth race, futurity couic Sir Fretful. 107
(Dezansuu), 4 to 1. won; Now Haven. 104 (Ormer.),
S to 1. Bceond; Jack Patno. 115 (Iue). S to 1,
third. Time. 1:11. Slmp.Mlla. Parlor Boy and Pay
Streak jHo ran-
Fifth race. ono uiile Nannie MoDe. 10
(OrntetO. i to 1, won; Oru McGce. 101 (E. Smith).
3 to 1. eocond; Dr. Dougherty. 110 (W. Mclntyrc),
to 1. third. TlniCf 1:12 3-G. Sugar Lump. Mol
tic Richards and Enfcraver also ran.
Sixth race, cup mile Madeline. MtPtgrave. 103
(A. Murray). 2 to 1, won; Ormonde Cunulngham).
113 (lineal. 20 to I, rocond; Wassail. 113 (Cobural,
4 to 1. third. Tlmo, 1:15. Lujole. Dir. Claim.
Harlem Msld, Sharper Knight and Tony Fauat
Seventh race, flvu furlongc Wauo, 103 (C. H.
Mlllor). 3 to 1. won; Gomul. 103 (Wood). 2 to 1.
osond, Idun. 107 (A. Murray), 7 to 2. third. Time.
1:02 1-3. Golden Showor. Quilt. Hatu. KlDgaley
and Ethel S.unson also ran.
First race, tlx furlonKJ Trlfler. 107 (Byrne), 5
to 5. won; Beaucoup. 113 (Wolfe). S to 1. iiecoad;
Luila. 100 (McTapgurt), 6 to ?. third. Time.
1M3 L3. MJ.iIn aho ran.
Second race, ate-plechnsfl. about two and a half
inlloji Wlckson. 160 (Beamlah), 5 to 1, won: Gold
Plate. 115 (O'Bclcn), 20 to 1. second; Penobscot.
1M (Walkd-V '.' to 10, third. Time. 5:21. Tho
Evadur and Tho rrophel also ran.
Third rare, the Hopeful. "Ix furlongs urln
hurst. 113 (Loftua). i to 1. won: Llttlo Nephew.
113 (Kllllugsworth), 1 to 2, aecond: Blirk Broom.
101 (norcl), 10 to 1, third. Time. 1:12 2-5. Mr.
SnlEB nnd Vandorcrlft also ran.
Fourth race, tho Champlaln handicap, mile and
nn eighth-Cock o tho Walk. Ill (Qlaas). 2 to 1,
won: NIchtstlck. 93 (Ambroso). 6 to I. second:
Prince Eugene. 110 (Forguson). S to 1. third.
Time, I'M 4-5. Lahore. Hawthorne. Sam Jackon,
Guy Flshor and Any Port also ran.
Fifth race, on mile Granamero. 93 (Ward), 6
to 5, won; Inspector Lcatrndo. 1W (McTaggart).
10 to 1. Kocoud; Swish. 107 (Borol) 3 to 1. third. 1
Time. 1:38. Brcaknr Boy. Cremo De Menthe, Dor-
ton aud Fred Mulholland also ran.
Sixth race, six furloiiKS Undiuutcd. 103 (Byrne).
6 to 5. won: Btloe, 10 (McCabe). 20 to 1, aec
ond: J. Nolan. 103 (Corel). Ss. to 1. third. Time.
1:13 S-C. Rlnpc Marsh!. Small, Stonrhcnse. Heart
beat. nyhcad. Peterkln nnd Francis alto ran,
By International News Service.
Flrn racff. flvo furlongs Blarney. 113". Art Dick.
Milton Roblcs, Princess Janice. Ada Anne, 100.
Socond race, futurity course Dorian Prince. New
Capitol. 112: Idun. Tony Faust, Sulucst. Klnfolka.
110: Bayroso, Scary William, Joo Woods. 107:
RUth Esther. Lady Adelald, 107
Third race, ruturlty course Error. 113; No
Quarter, Clint Tucker. Our Leader. Sixteen. 113; j
U STRIKE 1
Special to The Tribune. " jJ
DE.WEK. Aug. 16. "I wish to hav It ItH
clearly understood that the officers of tho ii4iiiH
United Mine Workers of America, tho of- jH
(leers of this district and tho men them- jiH
selves abovu all else hope for a friendly i4i4iiH
settlement. But If the operators main-
tain their present attitude In refusing to !
grant us a conference, a strike Involving
every coal mine In Colorado, ew Mexico jH
and Utah will be called. The organlza-
lion of the United Mine Workers of IH
America will center tho light here and
The foregoing statement was made to- H
day by Frank J. Hayes of Indianapolis, In- iH
ternatlonal vice president, who la In Den- itH
ver with full authority to act for the )H
United Mine Workers of America in the H
situation which threatens to result in the
largest strike in, the history of the cOal
mining- Industry of the west,
Thai tho situation has reached the JH
stnge of a crisis is admitted by all con-
cerncd. Governor Ammons. State Com- iH
missloner of Labor Brake and the com- :H
merclal organizations of Denver, Pueblo, H
Boulder and Trinidad havo joined In a. jH
common effort to bring about a slnglo iH
result, the avoidance of a strike. jH
Word comes through the medium of
the Associated Press by special telegram
to The Tribune to the effect that the
coal miners of Colorado, New Mexico jH
and Utah are threatening to go on strike.
The announcement comes, apparently, as .
a complete surprise to the big coal mln- IH
lng companies In Utah. Representatives JH
of the largest companies In this state.
when seen by a reporter of Tho Tribune jH
last night, said that the dispatches were
the Hrst Intimation they had received jH
relating to any trouble here. AH said
that the relations between their compa- H
nles and their employees were of the iH
most pleasant character and that no in- iH
tlmatlon had been received by them of jH
discontent among their miners. iH
SLAYS MINE OWNER
TRINIDAD, Colo., Aug. 16. Gerald
Lippiatt, a member of the United Mine
Workers of America, here to atiend the
convention of the State Federation of
Labor convention Monday, was shot and
killed tonight in a revolver duel with
G. W. Belcher, operative of a private
detective agency. Belcher was shot in
the left leg. Ho, with a man named
Walker Belle, aro under arrest. lM
Tho homicide took place within a few IH
minutes after Lippiatt, with five other jH
miners, had left a tram in which they jH
had ridden to attend the annual conven-
tiou of tho Colorado State Federation of jH
Labor, at which is to bo decided wheth-
er tho minors of Colorado New Mexico jH
and Utah will call' a strike to enforce
recognition of their union. The con-
vcntion is to open Monday. jfl
The strike situation here, which bad jH
been serious enough, has become greatly
Btrainod as a result of the shooting.
State Labor Commissioner Edwin v. -M
Brako, acting as special emissary for iH
Governor Elias M. Ammons, arrived in
Trinidad on the samo train with Lip- jH
piatt in an endeavor to avert the threat-
ened strike. He declared that the kill- J
ing of Lippiatt had precipitated a so- JH
rious situation which necessitated the jH
calm and prompt reasoning of the busi-
Ross men of the district to keep from jH
ending in a bloody strike. 'H
WELLS DESCENDANTS W
HAVE CELEBRATION H
Descendants' of General Daniel H.
Wells to tho number, of nearly 100, gath- jfl
ered in Liberty park yesterday after
noon to do honor to the memory of tho
noted Mormon pioneer. Tho event was !
called a field day and the younger folks
engaged in games and other pastimes. ,H
At the banquet which was served dur
ing the festivities ninety persons par-
ticipated. The annual celebration of jH
the birthday of General "Wells will be
held this year, as usual, on October lM
Susan F., Dottle. B.. Secrote. 110; Frog Eye, 107;
Gosslper II. 103. M
Fourth race, mile Footloose, 113: Arbnlu:. Ill; jH
Bob Farley, 103: Sir John, 105; Nannie McDee, jH
103; Great Friar. 101; Engraver, ICS; Calcthum- lH
Fifth race, five furlongs Albert Jone, Carter 'itttttttta
Johnron. Hi; Gomul. Raymond II.. Ill: Led tM
Liko, Ethel Wicks, Golden Shower, 103; Dick fH
Benson, Osago Chief, Klossler, 107". Watto. Dad iH
Stearns. 101. iH
Sixth raco. one mile Force, 112: McAlan. 111. fH
Harlem Maid. 107; -Lord Clinton, 106: Marie Cog- H
hill. Anna Schneider. 105: Jack Ellis. Tuli. 10t; JH
Ethel Samson, IUvoldarc. 102. jH
Seventh race, one mile Regards. Littleton. 103; jB
Roberta. Patriotic. Ordor of D&cce. Ill: Wa;;all H
10$; Evelina, 103; Blue Beard, 101; Brlghatn, 35. iitttttH
By International News Service.
Flrel rod, six furlongs Robert Oliver, 105; Any
Time. Rosa Mu&dl, 97; Water Lily. Samuel. Can
nock. Ill: Bandit. 93: Naiad. 101; Polly 11., 92:
Heart Beat, 110; Lilly Orme, 107: Korfhage. 05 H
Second race, stceplcch&se. about two miles H
Rhomb. Biyport, Leurmu. 1S7: Hands All Around, H
Ropout. ISO; Humility, Ballet. 135.
Third raco, lx furlongs Bradley' Choice. 117. B
Panamertcan, 110; Iridescence. Trade Mirk. 135 H
Punch Bowl, 113: GJlaar, 122; SUko and Cap. 113. "H
Pomette Dlou. 107. ifl
Fourth race, seven furlonss Moltke. Dartworth. H
FIvIng Vnukce. Compliment. HO; Virile. 134; Bel
amour. 137: Water Welle. 142
Fifth race, onn mile Light o' Mr Life, 129. H
Fly Inn Fairy. 113; Baracgat. 104; Bclamour, 37
Strenuous. 95; Hxuilloa. 103; Swannoa. 101: Cliff H
Edge. 105; Mission. 103; Kallnka. Hedge. 33. Also lH
clklbln: Shackleton. 117; Star Gse. 93; Princess
Ollawv, 10S; Lcochares. 115; Tale Csrrler, 37,
Somprlte, 103; Aiyiadn. 100. 1
Sixth raco, ono mile Oak Hunt. 113: Abdon. H
103; Gates. 107: Worktop Lsd. 105; Star Actrets. jH
35; Inspector Ltstrndo, 9$. jH
Weather clear: track UsU jH
Br International Nona Servlco. jH
First raco. six furlongs Maid of Fromrae, JM. M
T. P. Coneff. Marcoval. 112: Caper Sauce. Il: tM
Widow Wise. 106: Hnvrock. 124. H
Second race, five and a half furlongs-raven!. H
Klsland. Best Bet. 99." Penniless. Mockery.
disc. 104; Sheffield, 107: ""hard. Just II. Bo-
Ula. Proipero Boy. 110; Dccathoa. IK. Alto el- H
iclblo: Waodrow. 102. H
Third race, mile and a elxteonth-Ondramlda.
P7; Falcada. Marshon, 103: Lord blam. L. M. H
Eckert. Strlte. 107: Ralph Lloyd, 100: Rake. 110: VM
Sntndl. J. II. Houghton. 109. I'''H
Fourth race, one mllo-Floral Park. 3S: Elwan.
102: Ymlr. 104; Zlm. MS; Mellon Strj t 110.
Fifth race, flvo furlongs Lady Bountiful. S9. IH
Ed, i Lo.K 91 V Laura. 9S: Irish Ann. 100; Blrka.
100- Ruby Hyams. 102: nastaute. V lehca. 104. M
Unci 103: RaKM. Tbeodorlta. 105; Mist Declaim
lio! Also eligible: Ave. Scarlot Letter, ReoH
rani, 33, Silver Tone. 103.
Sixth race, six turlongs-Sprlcmass, 10!: Yor iH
Lad. Back Bar. 103; Cowl 116: Florence RoberU.
114- Canielllu, 103: Three Links. Ill: J Stein. jH
104- Torkvlllo. 103: Hoffman. 121. jH
"seventh rae;. mile and a fhSSrR.T.f
0- nin Dlppor. 93: Master Jim. Fiol, Black River. jH
9?: Mils Jonah, Bobby 4ok. C01M Dar. 103: Ml- jtH
rnw, 9S; AJUnecn, J01; Adolant. 102: Carlton JH
. , . , cH
Woalhcr clear: track teat. m
Ricgcr & Lindloy Wins.
niecer & Llndley won a. fast gam from the H
Farmlngtous at Farmlngton yesterday by tl
learo o' 11 to 3. The batteries, (or RlJC'r
l.lndlcv were sherrll and West. Ricgcr & Llndley
win nienT the Empress on the Glendale dlamoijd.
this morning at 10 o'clock. jH
Hardware Will Play Linen.
The Salt Lake Hardware team and the Amort- IjM
can Linens will play at the hardwato diamond at jH
Poplar Grove this morning at 10 o clock. The H
batterlrs for the Hardware will bo Humnifll aud
SorenroS and for tho Linens. Hall or Harrow and
I General Electrics Win.
I Tho office team of tha General Electric com- H
nanv defeated the offlc team ot the Utah Copper H
'company at tho L'tah Fuel grounds yentcrday by tH