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Grover Hayes Is Sore at
Australian Fight Methods
Ohio Lightweight and His Chaperon Arrive
With Touching Tale of Hard Luck
WILLIAM J. SLATTERY
Neither Grover Have?, the Ohio lightweight, nor his manager. Willard
R. Stuart, are very strong tor the game of Queensherry as conducted in
Australia. They arrived yesterday on the steamer Ventura after a sojourn
of two months in the Land of the Southern Cross, and each declares that
he experienced the happiest moment of his life when he stepped on Ameri
can soil once more.
The Ohio scrapper and his director general met with hard luck from
the outset. Hayes fought only one battle of importance on the other side.
That was against Jack Reed, who wa% given the decision at the end of 20
rounds because, say the fighter and his manager, the Australian code of rules
prevented Hayes from wading in and 1
fighting in his usual slam bang style, j
He is a performer of the Nelson and j
It is very likely, indeed, that Hayes j
will hook up with either Frankie j
Burns or Willie Ritchie here this j
month. The little fellow from Ohio is j
Just Itching for a battle. He says he \
prefers to tight Ritchie for the reason
that he holds a 10 round decision over ■
Burns, gained last winter down in New
Orleans, but if Ritchie is not available
Hayes declares that he will be only too
glad to accommodate the transbay
As neither Coffroth nor Graney has j
made a match as yet, there is every
likelihood that they will make over
tures to the man from Ohio. Right
now it does not look as though Cof
froth would bother with a show this
month, but Graney states* positively
that he will go ahead and stage an
WAIT* TO SHOW S. F. FAXS
"We are in the game to fight and we
want to break In and show the people
of San Francisco what we have." says
Stuart. "Our adventures in Australia
were very unfortunate. Things broke
badly for us from the outset, but they
are all over now and we are willing to
"We signed up last August with Tim
Andrews of Milwaukee, who acted as
the agent of Hugh Mclntosh. According
to the terms of our contract, we were j
to fight five battles and were to re
ceive a guarantee of $1,000 with a priv
ilege of 25 per cent for the first one.
This looked fair enough and we sailed
Irom San Francisco on August 21.
"But things were not as represented
to us. McTntosh's representatives on
the other side, tried to make us sicm
other contracts when we arrived. They
would not give us our guarantee of
Jl/iOO. so we fought .Tack Reed last I
October anyhow. It was a 20 round
Uout, and Reed won the decision he
cause they woulil n<<t allow Hayes- to
go in and fight in his usual way.
"We became very much disgusted
with the turn of affairs and decided to
leave after taking part in a couple of
six round goes--. We could not see any
money in sight there. We certainly
w< n very much disgusted after all the
alluring ties we had heard about the
land of the southern cross."
i.i:sTi:n \keds carfare
Stuart says that Jack Lester, the
Washington heavy weight, who went
over to Australia a year and a hnlf
ago, is stranded klWre and can not even
get hold of the necessary carfare to
carry him home. Ktuart says that Les
ter is bound to Mclntosh by an iron
bound contract and that he is forced
to fight for anything that the Austra
lian magnate s*>ps fit to give him.
According to Stuart, there is , no big
money in Australia for the fighters. He
says that Sam Langford got only a
couple of hundred dollars for going
Bt Sam ifeVey at Melbourne a few
months ago and Sam is regarded by
the Australian sports as the best of
the whole pack of them. Langford prob
ably will beat it home very shortly,
that there is no chance for him to
llayfs says that the Australian light
weights can not punch. All they know
is how to uee a straight left jab to the
face and then to hold on. The author
ities positively will not stand for any
infighting, which works hardships on
the American fighters who rely upon
that etyle of milling to win most of
their battles. Once a man starts it he
is> immediately disqualified.
According to all accounts Hayes is a
good, tough little scrapper and should
be able to stack up with any of them
in his class. He never has shown in
this city, although several attempts
have been made to book him here with
various boys. Now, however, it would
net be surprising if Graney should book
the little Ohioan for the bisr event this
HISTORY IN A MODERN PICTURE FRAME.
TONIGHT'S CARD AT
Red Watson and Joe Azavedo
Will Feature in Windup
A good fight card will be put on to
j night at Dreamland* pavilion by the
Royal Athletic club. There are eight
rattling goes on the program and all
classes of boxers will slip on the padded
"Red" Watson and Joe Azavedo, two |
fairly good lightweights, will hook up
in the windup. Judging by the sizzling
fights that these men have made in the
past, tonight's scrap ought to be fast.
Standing toe to toe and exchanging
blow for blow Is the manner in which
these lads fight, and with their skill
and ring experience they ought to treat
the spectators to a good bout.
A Los Angeles star will make his
debut in the semi-windup. He is Frank
Picato, who has fought Ad Wolgast
I twice to a draw. He also kept Hughie
Mehegan. the Australian champion,
stepping lively for 20 rounds. Picato
will box Frankie Smith, the local boy.
"Rawhide" Kelly wants to shove
Picato to the front in this locality, and
has started him off in the four round
game just to show the fans here what
he can do. If he wins from Smith in
cleancut fashion he will try to get a
j match for Picato with Willie Ritchie,
1 Frankie Burns or some other top
Lee Johnson, the clever little tar
baby, and Jimmy Fox. one of the most
scientific feather weights on the coast,
will tangle in the other special event.
"Babe" Picato, another fighting mem
ber of this Italian family, will clash
with Jeff Perry, Bat Nelson's old spar
ring partner, while Rufe Cameron, the
I colored heavy weight, vs. Soldier Quinn,
Willie Purtell of the North Beach vs.
j Jack Gaffell. Buck O'Neill vs. "Red"
I Mann and Ed Thomas vs. Joe Ferry
j make up the card.
Barb President Brings
Big Rugby News
C. T. Williamson, president of the
Barbarian Athletic club. has re
turned from an extended tour of Eu
rope with the news that he has ar
ranged definitely with Oxford and
Cambridge universities to send a com
bined team to tour this coast during
the football season of 191 S.
The news comes as a distinct sur
prise, but the arrangement no doubt
will be accepted by the California
Rugby union. At the meeting of the
union this week Farnum Griffith of the
international games committee said
that, in conjunction with W. W. Hill of
Australia he was trying to arrange for
just such a visit. Now that William
son has returned with the arrange
ments practically completed, it is pos
sible that the union will delegate Hill
to go into further details and make
the final arrangements for the trip.
Williamson attended various athletic
meets throughout England and saw
the start of the soccer football season,
but up to the time he left, the Rugby
season had not been launched. He left
Sir Thorvas Lipton in New York some
days an and says that the great in
ternatiwal yachtsman Is keenly an
ticipating his visit to this coast.
THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1912.
FLORENCE KRIPP A
Pauley Rides the Speedy Mare,
11 to 5, Handily to Victory
in Fifth Event
[Special Dispatch to The Call]
SALT LAKE. Nov. 7.—Another good
card was tagred before a large crowd
on the local track this afternoon. The
fifth event, which was regarded as the
feature, fell to the speedy mare.' Flor
ence Kripp. Given a good ride by
Pauley, the mare made the pace all
the way and ■won handily enough.
She gold at 11 to 5. and was well played.
Flying, the first choice, took the place,
while Onatassa. a despised 12 to 1 shot,
was in the going all the time and fin
ished right behind Flying. The fourth
rare was called off on account of. lack
of entries. Results:
FIRST RACE—Five furling*:
Odds. Hors-e, Weight, Jockey. St. Str. Fin.
50-I—Grizzly Bear. 99 ißezaneon).. 5 112
9-1-Dorian Prince. 118 lKC#*a),..\ 12 2 4
9-u—l>e Harrisw 11. Ho i Kischen 3 3 3 l<3
lime. 1:06 S-a. Beer 20 place, 10 show; Prince
3 place. 3-2 show; Harrison 1-3 chow. Marie
Op hi 11 Rar F.gsn Anna Schneider. Mono Lake,
also ra'rf. Scratched—Baden. ViTian Van, King
Earl. Abe Slupskey.
SECOND RACE—Fire furlongs:
Odds. Horee. Weight. Jockey. St. Str. Fin.
8-I—Sierra. K>9 1 Rosen) 3 2 13
5-2—Auto Run. 114 <Nicol) 2 128
151—Forge. t*6 ißezaneoni 13 32
Time, 1:07 4n. Sierra 8 5 place, 7-10 *how;
Run 7-10 place. 13 show; Forge 2 show. Pretty
Dale, Nifty, safran. r. also ran.
THIRD BACK— Futurity course:
Odde. Horse, Weight Jockey. St. Str. Fin.
.") I—Oimli. 101 (BesaaMM) a 1 1 Vs
3-I—Judge Sale, 100 tPauleyi 8 4 2 1
12-I—Tube Rose. 10f. iKtscner) 1 2 3 %
Time. 1:19 8-4. Glmli 2 place. 1 hhow; Sale
c.l place. 7-10 show; Tribe Rose 2 *w. Thistle.
Belle, Tippy. Fife Ac-olin, Orimar L»aii- a'* ,o ran-
Scratched—Reporter, I<escar, Oxer, Garland.
KOfRTH RACE—Declared off.
FIFTH RACE—One mile and 20 yard*:
Odds. Horse. Vfeight .lockey. St. Str. Fin.
U-5 —Florence Kripp 111 (Pauley) 7 115
5-2—Flying. 118 (HanoTen 1 2 2 12
12 I—Onatassa, 105 (Forsyth) 3 4 32
Time, l:. r rß 1-5. Kripp 910 place. 1-2 enow;
Flying 1 place 1-2 show; Onatawn 2 show.
Whidden, Burnell, Foreguard, Diamond Buckle,
SIXTH RACE—Futurity course:
Odde. Hori*e. Weight. Jockey. St. Str. Fin.
7-I—Orsitolat, 109 (Bezanson) 3 1 1 V»
20-I—Tempo Standard. 100 (Forsyth) 5 2 2 2
8-5 —Orm. Cunningham. 108 (Rosen) 13 3 2
Time. 1:18 4-5. Orsltolat 5-2 place. 6-S show;
Standard 8 nine. 3 show: Ormonde Cunningham
1-4 show. Yellow Foot, Helen N, Galene Gale,
Phil Connor. Melts. Dublin Minstrel, also ran.
Following are the selections for today's races
Bt MM Lake:
FIRST RACE —Futurity course; selling; 3 year
olOs und. upward:
Index. Horse. Wt.
V,:'A SANEL 105
1478 BEAU MAN 112
1507 SINN FEINN HI
1523 Ed Q 109
ir>2!) Lembertha 108
17,21 Orsltolat 106
r>24 Phil Counor 109
t>2o Charles Green 11l
Saoel is getting goo;], and ia the going has a
royal cbanoe. Beau Man last race best he has
shown. Sinn Felun plenty of speed.
SKI ON I) RACK-Four and a half furlongs;
soiling; 2 year olds:
Index. H'rse. Wt.
i:> 22 RETENTE 100
1538 VELIE FOETY 107
1.-.22 FORGE 107
MM Green Cloth 110
3.136 Far Cathay 10
--1R36 Tlldy Wolffarth 107
1517 Jennie ion
Little CUra 100
Rptente galloped last race. Velif Forty all
kinds of speed. Forge game and ran third yes
THIRD RACF.—Futurity course; selling; 3
year olds and upward:
" Index. Hr-rse. Wt.
I.MO FROG EYE 106
IXIO BAHLGREN 107
IXI7 HELEN N 102
IMI Dublin Htaatßl '. 103
1-JKI Binocular 107
1527 Galene Gale 107
lfl:«4 Aimn Schneider 103
1 r>r;2 Mono I*ako 107
14R6 Jonathan 106
Frog Eye could win here on beet form. Dabl-
Kren all kinds of speed. Helen N speedy; good
KOfRTH RACE -Futurity course; selling; 8
year olds and upward:
Index. Hor*e. Wt.
1537 TIPPY 100
153. EOSZNTA 100
1.-2- LEBCAB 112
1."2"> C. W. Kennou ioe
1527 Green I«le 109
IBIS Sir Bairy 109
15*8 Hasel C 10.*.
l.'>:?i> Salvage 10©
Tippy never bettor than at present; a rare
mudrier. Rrwenta la«t race won easily. Lescar
has beaten better ones.
FIFTH RACE—One mile; selling; 3 year olds
Index. Horse. wt
1.-.20 ROBEVALE 104
1323 FLYING , ni
1588 OSWALD B 106
1530 Florence A 105
1514 Miss Plcnlr ".""10l
1532 Mike Donlin 104
Tlie Bailiff's Daughter 10S
Rose*ale figures easily. Flying ran a good
second yesterday. Oswald B Is placed right.
SIXTH RACK —Five furlongs; selling; all ages:
Index. Horse. \y t
I'.JW THE FAD 119
1. .«> picKAffLirar .115
upyrigiht. 1912. by R. Lt- liomiM-r*
Horsemen Will Put
Dull Care to Rout
/ he eighth annual dance and
entertainment of the Horsemen
of California will take place to
morrow evening in the Auditor
ium, Fillmore and Page streets.
Those in charge have arranged
man\) novelties and a musical
program of unusual merit. Many
prominent horsemen of the north
ern part of the state have signi
fied their intention of attending.
The grand march will be led by
Jeremiah Heggarty, long iden
tified with the association. The
floor managers will be J. Feeley
and George Fabric, with J.
Hagin, /. Connolly, A. Carroll,
George 7 hompson. Doctor Kra
f?er, D. Wharton and M. Bridge
man as the entertainment com
1520 FLEETING FASHION 11l
1589 Tube Ro*e 110
189 Arthur llyman 119
1479 Sidney Peters 115
15X1 Tillinghast 112
1588 Auto Girl 11l
The Faa excellent weight packer; has the
speed to win all th« way. Pickaninny excellent
RACING RESULTS AT
THE PIMLICO TRACK
[Special Dispatch to The Call]
BALTIMORE. Mrt.. Not. ".—Following Iβ a
mimniary of today's race results at the Pimlico
First race—B«»n Loyal, even, won; Isidore, 7
to 5. second; Chemulpo. 2 to r>. third.
Second nice -Htiskin. 12 to I, won; Tarts, 3
to .">. second: Alidon. ." to 2, third.
Third race-Flying Yankee. 4 to 1, won; Ac
ton, even, nei-ond; Springboard. 2 to 1, third.
Fourth racf—The Prophet. 2 to 1. won: Dis
senter. 5 to 1, second; Toprißht. 3 to 1. third.
Fifth race—Brynary. C to 5, won: Mary Ann
X; 3 to 1. second; Continental, out, third,
, Sixth race—Kr Oro. <} to 1. won: Fred Mnl
holland. 1 to 2. jeeoud; Annie Sellers, 1 to 3,
I PIMLICO ENTRIES
BALTIMORE. Not. 7.—Pimlico racing entries
for tomorrow are as follows:
First ra'-f, six furlongs—Star Gaze. 95; Mon
golian, US; Robert Rni<lley, 05; Bruen Bell, 87;
Bklbbereen. j>7; I»ire Star. 115; Cadeau, 82:
Ambrose. 90; Jim Caffrey, 110; flryn Uovtu, 87;
Judge Walser, 110; R..yal Message, 115.
Second race, six furlong's— Voter, 104; George
SJoll, 107: Honey Bee. 09; Chine. 104; Ragusa,
104; Chuckles. 107: Frank Hudson. 107; R. N.
Gray. 102; Mohawk Boy, Willis. Rosetaire,
I'nHe Obie. Turkey in the Straw, 107; Mamma
Johnson. OH: Big Dipper. 107.
Third race, one and a sixteenth miles—Paten,
114; Blliken. 105; Stairs. 102; Warhorn, Troy
Weight. 107; Mlebaftl Augelo. 110; Breaker Boy,
103; Annie Sellers, 108; Accord, 103.
Fourth Tare, six furlongs—Henry Hutchineon,
114; Sylvestris. 109- The Busy Body, 109; Car
diff. Rye Straw, 112: Irish Kid, 114; Astrologer.
10S; Union Jack, 109; Napier, 107; Dipper, 102;
Fiftli race, six fnrlongs—Frederick L. 120;
Hoc Hares, 122; Cogs, OS; Tartar, 114; Teng
Sixth race, mile and a sixteenth—Shackleton,
110; Inspector Lestrafie, 97; Bounder, 107;
Bwana Tumbo, 100; Pmobscot. 97; Caliph, 100.
Seventh race. *ix furl'iiKS —Fond, 107; Sylvan
Pell. *09; Lord Well-;. Magazine, 117; Miss
Moments. 10ft: Berkeley. 114; Chilton Chief,
lor,; <;arth. 10S: Mylee O'Connell, 112; MeLeod
F, 109; Golden Castle, 114.
RACING RESULTS AT
THE LATONIA TRACK
LATONIA, Ky., T»r»v. 7.—Racing results here
today were as follows:
First rncp— Master Jim. $18.50. first; Patnicbe
$2.90. se<-«nd: Love Day. $■'«. third.
Second rscp —(Team. $12.80, won; Gardenia,
$19.10. second; SemptritP. $4, third.
Third racp—Horron, $3.70, won; Sam Hlrech.
$6.70. Meond; p-erides, Jβ.4o. third.
Fourth race—Merrick. $15.30, won; Kootenay,
$4.70. second; Jim Baser, $3.10, third.
Fifth m< ■■('— inciMio'i. fis.To, won: Ro?e of
.Tedrtah. J,'i.2O eecoud; Jack Denman, $2.70
Sixth race—TonpertO'nn. $7.70, won; Husky
Ltd, $13, second; Tay Pay, $6, third.
T~ LATONIA ENTRIES ~f
♦- ——__ — ■— fr.
LATOXIA, Ky., Not. 7.—Entries for tomor
row's races are an follows:
First race, (We and a lialf furlongs—The Swan
100, Inquieta 100 Kinp. Stalwart 100. Rooster
100, Doctor Jackson 103, Kintnmidy 103, King
Box 103. L. H Ad«ir IW. Lookland 105, Over
the Sands 105 Fellow Mao 110, World's Won
Second race, six furlongs — Anna Patricia,
Pretty Molly, Silk Day. 103; Glint, Prince Her
mls, Jimmy Gill, 100; lorkTille, Donerail, Nash
Third race, selling ci* fnrlonps—Festlna, Tod
dllDg. 97; Pierre Dn'mae 100; Belfast. All Red,
Sam Barber. 102; Ben Prior. 104: Sea Swell,
Servlcpnoe. 105- Lady Lightning, 106; Mclvor,
10$: Sure Get, 115.
Fourth race, one and an eighth miles—Dutch
Rock 102, Milton B 107, Any Port 106, Princess
Fifth race, selling, one and a sixteenth miles—
Elwah 103, Blster Florence 103. Letourne 105,
Bonanza 109, Love Day 110, Winifred D 103,
Moisant 104, Dynamite iOS. Green 109.
Sixth rare on* and three-eighth* miles—Sene
gamblan 95. Sir Oatesbv 97. Dust 102, Idleweie*
105, Frog 107, Pliant m, Tom Blgbeo 102, Beau
tiful 103, Dick Baker 107.
ALL SET FOR BIG
Society Women Name Teams
for Triangular Contest on
El Cerrito Field
[Special Dispatch to The Call]
HII.L.SBOROUGH, Nov. 7.—A1l plans
were completed by the San Mateo Polo
club today for the three cornered con
test to be held on El Cerrito field Sun
day between teams nominated by Mrs.
Thomas A. Driscoll. Mrs. Christian de
Gulgne Jr. and Mrs. Charles W. Clark.
The teams have been named the Reds,
Whites and Blues, and will line up as
Mrs. Tbomae A. Drleeoll: Rede— No. 1, Felton
Elkins; No. 2. E. McAllister; No. 3. W. G.
Holloway; hack. T. A. DrlsroH.
Mrs. C. de Guigne Jr.: Whites—No. 1. C. de
Onigue Jr.; No. 2. Orr-iIX? Pratt; No. 3, Paul
[Verdier; back. W. S. Hobert.
Mrs. C. W. Clark: Bines—No. 1. R. M.
Tobln; No. 2, George Cameron; No. 3, Will
Tevis Jr.; bark. G. S. Garritt.
The order of the day will be nine
periods of polo, the Reds playing the
Whites three periods, the Whites play
ing the Blues three periods, and the
Blues playing the Reds three periods.
Aβ the teams are about evenly matched,
some exciting sport is anticipated. Four
handsome individual trophies will be
awarded to the members of the team
winning the ladies' nomination.
The first contest between the Reds
and the Whites will begin at 2:30 p. m.
Walter R. Hoag will referee.
Bakersfield Is Chosen as
Beaver Training Camp
[Special Dispatch to The Call]
PORTLAND, Nov. 7.—Bakersfleld,
Cal., will be the spring training camp
for the Portland Beavers. McCredie
announced today that the choice was
about final. The Portland manager
took his team to Bakersfleld in 1905.
but was able to get in very little real
work owing to the heavy rains.
McCredie says Bakersfield offers just
what he wants in the way of training
quarters, and the management there
has promised to make certain changes
in the ball park to accommodate the
Incidentally, McCredie has received
flowing reports about Kores, his draft
recruit. With good pitchers he believes
Portland will again be a pennant con
tender next year, but thus far no really
promising material is in sight.
Barbs to Honor Their
The Barbarians will turn out in force
tonight to see Nellie Schmidt, the Pa
cif.r coast's aquatic queen, at the* Pan
Ever since 1904 the "Barbs" have
been in the habit of dressing at the
Cottage baths in Alameda for their
football games in that city and bathing
there after the contests. Naturally,
friendship developed between Mrs.
Schmidt, who owns the baths, and the
Barbarians, to whom Mrs. Schmidt al
ways referred as "my boys." Her
daughters grew up, so to speak, in
Barbarian football atmosphere.
In 1909 Miss Schmidt was elected to
honorary membership in the Barbarian
club and the members have followed
keenly the athletic achievements of
the young swimmer during the last
City League Magnates
At Festal Board
The magnates of the new City league
gathered at a downtown cafe last even-
Ing and partook of a banquet. Plans
for the opening of the season at Rec
reation park a week from next Sunday
afternoon were discussed by the man
agers of the four clubs and the officers
of the league.
All signs point to a very successful
season. The best players to be had in
this vicinity have been obtained, and
as the four clubs are very evenly
matched the race should prove a close
and exciting one.
Among those present were:
President Nick Prendergast, Secretary George
G. Fraier, Joe Brookover, L*e G. Solomon, Joe
Solar), C. J. Smith. Deon Wing, F. J. Mannlx,
Frank Herman, Thomas Laird, Harry Davidson,
E. C. WaUeo, C. H. Mcrr, William Uamack.
OAKLAND, Nov. 7.—The annual meet
between the swimming teams of the
Oakland and Berkeley high schools
will take place Tuesday afternoon at
the Berkeley Y. M. C. A. The local
team is training at the Piedmont baths
under Captain Lex. The following
will represent Oakland: McCauley, Mc-
Neil, Jolly, Miller, Hewson. Starrett,
McHenry, Spence, Plummer, Whltmore,
Breck. Shindler and Grey.
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member of the Cleveland Ajnerican
pitching staff, was arrested here this
afternoon on the advice of the chief of
detectives of Nashville, Term., where a
warrant Iβ being held for hie arrest
on a charge of attempted murder. Wai-*
ker denies having been In any trouble