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THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, SUNDAY MOBNING, FEBRUARY 28, 1909. 19 H v$S""""P" ' . - ' t! STANLEYKARP WILLING TO SHOW JOHNSON XSZtZSi I I iff CHALLENGES j i WEL Oil JOHNSON "t . . , 'i 1 5(8 Hc an TIirow Either m " 'Man for Five Thousand M Dollars. I M ) I fcjftf PROVES HIMSELF tlfflt f A TRUE SPORTSMAN trj & ieagrcu Learns Something H ;. iboiit Wrestling Ho Will L' S Reraemher. 1$ A peat deal lias .been said in regard 'Si t'tho unastisfactory wrestling match : niJeh tvrs held at the Grand theater $11 lirt Friday night, and -which was pro i '&I Wd by H. W. Hcagron. It was Hea- f55'6 -rs" attempt to promoto a Sjj ifjstliiiR match, and ho proved to be b "fall fiuy" for others, it is said. ikU; fleJ"TOn uo" being ccquaintcd with tho i( duties of wrestlers, failed to protect lejelf, aud, consequently, the public. ihfl match which ho advertised was ,y itiircen Stanley Karp, tho American nlMnvciglit champion, and Julius -d5 Wmson of Seattle, one of Dr. Roller's JI wlcnts. People paid a pood prico to iS w a wrestling match, but wore greatly 5S fenpointed, and a groat many do not j2 ttKnow how it all liappcuod. uS : Karp lias been roasted by some for fractions in this match, wh'ilo Johnson J i al!owel to , go without even a pre- Binary hearing, notwithstanding the Sff iwi that ho stepped on the mat and ad skfc aited that he had used a rub down f3 tiicli contained omega oil? While ,5! binson may not have used this rub- inra jiurposelv, still tho sporting pub- twill always hold it against him, as j5?3 ;acousilercd one of the most unsports--,5 Kslikc tilings to do in a match. g : Oil Will Stick, sti ..Evfry iiuin who is versed at all on i atli aiinj uud the mixing of rubdowns mi iritbletes. knows that an oil mixture, zaft fei wrestlers use, cannot be rubbed m,'jK a. Xot even a steam bath will take - 4f 11 the pil which has been rubbed UcU Uothcskin. Johnson said that ho had tlm ("taken a rub down after 3 p. m. On k& kdty of tho match, but ono of the im upliamls at the Grand theater savs kin kt Johnson was rubbed down five tert suras before ho appeared on the ijiJi'how, it did not tako Karp .Ktf detect that he was up against kg'ilbrejl iliiug, and si ill there were some ,jpJK&it who wanted him to throw a Jfcatiat was greased. It is true that "gpffoiuwerc made on tho stage to wipe oil, but tell this to an old Oft jwrfland he will laugh at you. You Kfbtj&t as well try to wet a duck's 'W ft'hen Karp found that his op was oiled, he said right there oM iwn that ho would not go on for rq,m imih, but would consent to wrestle ean hour or an hour and a half to bk; KTtbe public what he could do. Karp .'t W tried once to throw Johnson, and fcafc id his man down in ten minutes with ifeapj Uof the most dangerous holds known it1 iTOsthug. bur. could not pin both of fiaP WaMu's shoulders before his hand ifMl kfid out of Karp's grasp. Karp 'wCm1"0'' again. The announcement to .jt'f.ta'e been made to tho nudicmio jjjf tJTiW) refused to po on for a finish fc? Hr (ho circumstances, and had this ':i fa done eveiybody would havo gone W' sntsfind, with the exception "that JS "on r.-ould havo come iu lor a roast tjnj i tho oil pronosition. $1 t WrestUng Eulcs. aJli .Tiso rules for catch-as-catch-can irtfi l!?,,crs are very strict. One hour jfft ft t?c eotest each niau is to take 'yrff i.wtli, in which somo delicate cologno j i J .K"'1 10 Pt?fiiTno the body. After ii i ial"' a ri,l down is to bo given with tfjjj wool. This eliminates what little i;c there may be left on the bodv, Jail ei V0 pores and leaves tho skin u 2tv f,r'"' ringeruails and toenails ' ocmnied and the hair worn xhi i 1,118 r,lc referee should sec to Am 'u rt0 iwtect the publio. ii'on hs made manv friends dur- ItJkI; NOTICE. I fiiIa);Ps !a hereby giver, by the city i ',Er or ,Salt Lalc City or tho tntcn !ltMr SI. Bllfh concll to make the follow- WIWiCr,Hcrlbrd improvement, to wit; ' rlh m.r7Jctl"P- cement Elf)ewnlk3 sU (6) lifim hi a?d our Inches thlcl: on -hJ;rod Blrcets, and four (4) feet four (-1) inches thick on nil VLW greets wlmln the district bqund LyWSrt k. e cast by State street, on the (StKrth K fourth West street, on the ' Uftffr Sf South street, nnil or. the 'rTJK.M1 ?,Iartln and Honor avenues. l 1 iitSfoi- d,;'t')ct5 N'os. UL and -W. ana WulW ivi10 "butters' nonlon of the coHt MTmbiffi thorcol. estimated at Miy lkblmbnctour hundred blxty and 33-100 Klh VS) Mian.; live thousand for jiJWM (in ai. twenty (J5-520J dollars, or '&35tti!,V d?llQr Per front or linear tot rt,3Wiirf,,3a,(!. "nipiovenient on snid clght "TWk lherc "etnK foe"1 ' u,)Ul" f C?'-nty on saM eiht-rod streets; attfiHoSS &Pv, thousand lorty and 38-100 ?rtDlrSr8) dllaro. or 70-1 0U ($0.75) dol- mxlll0nl or linear foot nbuUln? nald ndWSt hJ?"1 on W narrow streets, "Bsiift' n C0.05T.si feet of abutting V-KaIaZ 0,1 "Id narrow atrccta. by a Pt5w.'Dd f.si?0nl uP"r- the lots or pieces of tUfyWk W tnl" "he lolloping described dls fl 1,V'".?. thrj district to be affected Wff by sa,tl laiprovernent. iRhc ifSf-OOT SIDE, T A LICS. I. " .aiKic r 'v 8ld of lots 'i to 11, inclusive. afcWi ? wf,'t aftlt or lotH 12 to 21. ,CSw ,ib,,',ck "' tl,e we1 sl(-c of lot? "7;iWklv!.iA'nclusive, block 15. Main Htreet ?!f!HSJ0 ln,V Wock 23: the -vest side o L1ST It ,J5' Jnchtfclve. block !. the went Mi01" 12 to 22, Inohislvf. block 2 7,n "UbdlviKion. block 22; the oal 1 Wc - ?,,a J ami 12 to 2C, Inclusive, , ' tl'e -ast side of lotn 1. and 12 M r.""lv!i block l. the earslde o! i ' tt'nt .7. ,,J 20. inclusive, block 5. "lit i,,de cf 'ts 1, nn.i 13 to 22, iij od. wl?k Xor Columbia autodl ' .11 ij .I'5 the west 8ldo of bus i 't'of in. V? no1'111 2-.5.1 feet of the west , lit ' 1,7. the norili 254.1 feet of the ' 11 ,f ,l,t I'J. the cast Mde of lots ' f "lav . ,us,v' the north 255.1 feet of -ucrr5 de of lot 0. block 22. all In , A. ls Field survey. ' . j luelr ,u Bldu f uts 1. and 32 to '1 7:'.1.110 R0"th Bldo of lota 1 and 2, y tftlW't nc v't,sl of lola 2 to 11 it ' i 'tlocy t.'J? south side of lot 1 and ..-) . tlic'P.'c.U,1,orth 8l(le of lots 21 and ?. IWi. of lota 22 to 51, Inclu- '4 lni,10: f'e west side of lota 12 4J 'tail 2o cl"Rve, the north sldr of lom .rff 'r,(i ,V V;0clc 3: lrc north sldo of- lots V. I block 15 1 the west Etdr. of lots ng his short stay hero, and they do frtib?h.ovc f,or -v minute that ho in tended to put oil on himself to have an advnutairo, but innocently usef a rubdown that, might have been mixed lor him. Uo was frank about admitting that thoro was a littlo oil in his link inont. Of course, ho could not dodge the issue, as Karp is well up in all the tricks in the trade himself. But then, the men are professional wrestlers. Managor Stanley and Stanley Karp called at Tho Tnbuuo offico Saturday night .and said that they would probably leave Monday for Kansas Citv. Karp said that ho would wrestlo Julius John son, to weigh in at 150 pounds, or would take on Miko Yokel for a catch-as-catch-can wrestling match for a side bot of 1 to $o000 and the entiro gato receipts. RACE COURSE FOR AERIAL MACHINES NEW YORK, Fob. 27. Under tho control of tho Aero club of America, a race course for flying machines, where flights may bo accurately measured, is o be opened on tho Long Island motor parkway between Hempstead and Far mmgdale, L. L Negotiations for the uso of part of the parkway havo been completed and it is expected that tho grounds will bo roady by May 3. Tho course will bo at tho disposal of any inventor who has a machino of any promiso of flying. The clubs hopo by tho ncqifisition of tho test grounds to stimulate interest in aeronautics and to bring forth in ventors who havo herotoforo been handi capped by tho lack of suitable facili ties for trying out their aerial steeds. Plans call for tho creation of grounds surpassing anything of tho kind in Franco or Gormanj'. BIG CELEBRATION IN BEHALF OF SAILORS NORFOLK. Va.. Feb. 27. Norfolk was in a blazo of light tonight in rec ognition of its distinction of being tho first American city to entertain the blue jackets of tho American battleship fleet after their cruise around tho world. Two thousand of the men who mako up tho greater part of the enlisted personnel of the fleet paraded through tho prin cipal streets, and afterward were feast ed at the splendid new naval Y. M. C. A. building. Nearh' 200 officers from tho fieot wero entertained at an elabo rate luncheon at the Mouticcllo hotel bv the citizens' committee. Tonight, although the sailornien wero once more aboard the various ships, Norfolk con tinued tho eclobration. Championship Tounioy. NEW YORK, Feb. 27. Tho billiard tournament for tho class A national championship has been awarded to the German Liedorkranz by the National association, and will be hold in their clubroom, beginning April in. The en tries, which close on April 12, arc open to "all amateur players resident in the United tSates,. who in tho estimation of tho committee in charge are capable of a grand average of seven in tournament plav." "The games arc -100 points, IS-i.nch balkline, two shots in, anchor barred. Champions Arc Matched. Pudge Latham and Efl'ic Chattcrdon won the two-mile roller skating race at tho Auditorium, Saturday night, de feating Joe Bowon and Mrs. Tlico Hampshire. A large crowd was pres ent. Arthur Mover and Mrs. Thoo Hamp shire have challenged t lie winners for a nxilo race, and Manager O'Hara will put it ou next Saturday, Scolield and Sliatz havo been matched in a mile championship rare, which will also be held next Saturday night. Tippets Will Loavc. J. C. Tippets, who was matched to box Frank Mantoll twenty rounds at Murray, and which match was prevented by County Attornoy Lyon, will leave for Los Angeles, where ho has been prom ised several good preliminaries. li Tip pets make good in these, he will bo matched against some of tho big men. Ho is a new man at the game, and is determined to muko a success as a middleweight. Tippets will probably meot Mantoll in California. Wiiito Sox Special. OMAHA. Neb., Fob. 27. Charles Com i.kev of the Chicago American bnsoball team, with thirty-throe of his players, en route to I-oh Angolos for eprlnrc train In K", passed tlnougli Omoha on their spe cial train today. On the train wero President V. L O'Xei'.l and other magnates of the West ern league and a nutnbor of newspaper correspondents. The train waa met by a numbT of bnsoball enthusiasts. 12 to 21. Inclusive, the north side of lots 21 and 22. block 16, Main Street subdi vision, block 22; the north side of lota 3 and 10, the cast side of lots 20. and 1 to 9, Inclusive, block 4; the north side of lots 9 and 10. the west side of lots 10 to 19, Inclusive, block 3; the went side of lots 12 to 22, inclusive, the south side of lota 1 and 22, block 1; the east sldo of lots 1 to 11. Inclusive, the south Kldo of lots 1 and 22, block 2, Columbia oub dlvlslon, block 22; tho west sldo of lota 10 and 11 the west aide of lots 8 and 9. tne wost'eldc of lot 7, the north 255.10 feet of the west side of lot C. block 22: the north sld.s of lots 11 nnd 12, the west sUf of lots 2 to 11, Inclusive, the eust Hide of lots 1. and 12 to 20. inclusive, block 2; tho east side of lots 1. and 12 to '0 inc'uslve, the south sldo of lots 1 and ! ' 'tho west side of lots 2 to 11, Inclusive, block the west side of lots 2 to 11, Inclusive, the north side of lots 11 and 12. i block 1: the south side of lota 1 and 2. ' ho west side of lots 2 to 11, Inclusive. i block 3: the north side of lots 11 and 12, the west side of lota 2 to 11, Inclusive, tho ast ld of lots 1. nnd 12 to 20, ln clus'vo, block C; tho east side of lots 1. and 13 to 22, Inclusive, the south sldo of lots 1 and 2, the west side of lots 2 to to inclusive, block 8; the north side of lots 11 mid 12, lho west sldo of lots 2 to ! 11 Inclusive, block 5: the south iddo of I intq 1 and 2. tho west side of lots 2 to I i" " inclusive, block 7, North Columbia subdlvlfilon. block 22; tho west side of f". to 23. Inclusive, the east side of I lots ?. nd 21 to -n. Inclusive, block 2: I ihc west side of lots 2 to S3. Inclusive, block 1. Cleim subdivision, block 23; the wt side of lots 1. and 0 lo U. the east ibVo of lots 21. and 2 to 5, Inclusive, block 2: lho west sldo of lots 22. and , " to 5 Inclusive, block 1. Jefferson Street r Subdivision, block 23; tho north side of ; lota 11 to 1R. Inclusive, the east side of 0 a 1. and IS to 21. Inclusive block 3; the? west sldo of lots 2 lo 0, Inclusive, north side of lots C to H. inclusive. 1 cast side of lots 1. and 11 to 22. in c uMve block 4, West Drive subdivision, mock 23 the oast side of lots 11 to 20. inclusive! the south sldo of lots 10 and i block 1- the west side of lota 11 to in inclusive- the south sld't of lots 10 r,rl 11 th east aide of lots 1 to 10. ln HiiimIvV block 2. Thorn subdivision, '.lock oj"Bil north side of lots 5. and C to 2. rA'iiifslve. the west uldo of lot 28, the '?V side of lota 1 to 3. Inclusive, block na West Boulevard subdivision, block 23: liio west sldo of lot 20, the cast side of tV.r "0 block 23; the west aide of lots 2 irt s" Inclusive, the east sldo of lot l. n,i 'a to li. liicltiHlvc, tho south side lots 1 an 2. block 3: lho west do Sr 215 - to S. Inclusive, tho oust side r inilf l"nnd 9 U ! Inclusive, the south SldS "of low 1 and 2, block I. Holland sub- SILL SETS CLOSE 10 WORLDS REGOBG Woodland Stakes a Feature of Excellent Card at Santa Anita Track. LOS ANGELES, Fob. 27. A. J. Small, bolonging to P. T. Chinn, cap tured tho Woodlands stakes, tho fea ture of an excellent card at Santa An ita, thiB afternoon, and came very closo to running tho four furlongs in world's record time. Tho rnco was tho first of tho two-year-old classics to bo decided this season and only four starters faced tho barrier. Tho quartette ran well bunched until they reached tho final furlong, whoro tho Chlnn colt forgod ahead and won by throo lengths. Tho Angolus handioap was taken by Far Wost, which iust managed to get in ahead of Joo Madden at tho end. First raco, purse, ono milo Donald MacDonald, 109 (G. Burns), 10 to 1, won; Guy Fisher, 112 (Powers). 0 to 1, second; Homocrest, 112 (Butwell), 15 to 1, third. Time. 1:38 4-5. Enfield, Great Hoavon, Dr. nolzbcrg," San Vito, Sempronium also ran. Second raco. selling, six furlongs Damma, 112 (Musgrave), 7 to 1, won; Chilla, 104 (Butwell), 7 to 1, socoud; Entro Nous, 117 (V. Powers), 3 to 1, third. Timo, 1:13. Eieta, Jano Swift, May Sutton and Poerless Lass also ran. "third race, Angolus handicap, one milo and an eighth Far West, 109 (Butwell), 3 to 1, won; Joo Madden, 102 (McCarthy), 7 to 5. second; Mont gomery, 114 (V. Powers), 7 to 5. third. Timo, "1:51 1-n. Vox Populi, Gowan, Cloyno also ran. Fourth race, Woodland stakes, $1500 added, four furlongs A. J. Small, 116 V. Powers), 3 to 2. won; Mrs. Frank G. Hogan. IIS (McGce), 30 to 1, sec ond; Sir Ashton, IIS (J. Howard), 3 to G, third. Time, :4G3-5.. Carroll also ran. Fifth race, three-year-olds and tip, purse, one mile Uarrigan. 100 (G. Bums), 2 lo 5, won: Norbit, 101 (But well), 13 to 1, socond; John Carroll, 109 (Shilling). 5 to 1. third. Time. 1:3S. J. H, Itced, W. T. Overton also ran. Sixth race, selling, ono mile and three-sixteenths Round and Round, 100 (Kennedy), 18 to 5, won: Alma Boy, 105 (McGeo), 2 to 1. second; Lord Stanhope. .109 (V. Powers), 5 to 1, third. Time, 1:59 3-5. County Clerk, Oberon, Avoniollus, Miss Officious, Day Star also ran. Seventh raco. purse, five and a half furlougs THalto, IIS (McGee). S to I, won; Julia Powell, 109 (Shilling), 4 to 1, second; Colloquy, 117 (J. Howard), 5 to 1, third. Time, 1:051-5. Gold Heart, Shirley Rossmore, Colonel Bob, Jim Gafi'ne' "also ran. Tennis Championship. NEW YORK, Feb. 27. Tho tenth in door tennis championship was won hero tndav on t he courts of 'tho Seventh reg iment armory by T. R. Pell of New York, who defeated the runner-up, G. C. Shaffer of Columbia university by U-4. G-3, 6-1. Today's victory gives Pell a second log on ' the national championship tro phy, the tournament of 1907 haviug re sulted in his favor. PRINCETON, N. J., Feb. 27. Prince Ion won au evenly contested swimming meet with Harvard hero tonight b' tho score of 30 to 23. Tho local team also won the water polo game, 1 to 0. Balloon Race. ST. LOl'IS. Mo., Feb. 27 Albert Bond Lambert and II. ISugcnc Honoywell, St. Louis aeronauts, today announced their entry as a team in the tlrst annual cham pionship balloon race 'of the Aero Club of America. The raco Is to start from Indianapolis June 5 They will use a balloon of SO.OOO cubic foot. Henderson Is Sold. CLEVELAND, O., Feb. 27. Pitcher Henderson of the Stockton, Cal., team was purchased and signed by the Cleve land ball club today. Henderson pitched forty games for Stockton, win ning thirty -live. Curling Bonspicl. V1LLARS SUROLLOX. Switzerland, Feb. 27. The Cnnadian rink, captained by .James Mc.Derinid, today won the international curling bonspicl here. I division, block 23; the north sldo of lots 11 to 31. Inclusive, tho west sldo of lots . 31 to 35. the east sldo of lots 1 to 11, ! Inclusive, tho south sldo of lots 1, and i 35 lo 57, Inclusive, block 1 : the north i sldo of lots 11 to 3-i, Inclusive, tho west ! side of lots 31 and 35, tho east sldo of i lots 1 to 11, Inclusive, tho south sldo of j lots 1. and 35 to 57, Inclusive, block 2, ' West Boulevard subdivision, block 23; tho I west sldo of lots 2 to 24, Inclusive, the east sldo of lots 1. and 25 to 4G. Inclusive, i the south sldo of lota 1 and 2. block 2; the ! cast side of lots 2 to 24. Inclusive, tho south side of lot3 1 and 2, block 1, Hun ter's subdivision, block 23; tho west sldo I of lots B and C, and tho enst Hldo of lots i 5 and 0, block 23; the west aide of lota 24 to 29, Inclusive, lho east aldo of lot 1, tho south sldo of lots 4 to 24, Inclu sive, block 2; the north side of lots 34 to 56, Inclusive, the west side of loto 24 10 31. Inclusive, the south sldo of lots .1 to 24, inclusive, block 1, TIarrlDCton, ! Donnelly & Ncwcll's subdivision, block 23; beginning at the southeast corner of i lot 4. block 2, Harrington, Donnelly ! Newell's subdivision, block 23, thence east I C9 feet on tho O S. L. rifjht of way; the Kouth 10 feet of the north 176.7 feet of tho east cIJg of lot 4, the north sldo of the north 26 feet of tho south 280.1 feet of lot 2, the west side of the north 26 feet of the south 2S0.1 foel of lot 2, tho QOttt side of the north 20 feet of lho south 2S0.1 foet of lot 2, block 23; the wost side of lots 10 to 23, Inclusive, the south side of lota 1 to 18, Inclusive, the oust ..kle or lot I, Fox's subdivision, block 23; the south 204 foet of the west side or lot 9. the north 92.1 feet and tho south 128.7 feet of the west side of lot 8. block 23; beginning at the northwest corner of lot 12, block 2. West Dilvo subdivision, block 23. thence west 2G.4 feet on the O. S. L. right of way; the weat aide of lot 7. block 23; the north sldo of lota 1 to 12, Inclusive, the cast sldo of lots 1, and 11 to 22. inclusive, block 2; tho west sldo of lots IS to 34, Inclusive, tho north sldo of lots 1 and 34. the cast side of Iota 1 to 17, inclusive, block 1, Wost Drive subdivision, block 23; tho wclI i side of lots 2 to 11, inclusive, tho east ) side of lots 1, and 12 to 20, Inclusive, the I south side of lots 1 and 2, block 2; the west side of lota 2 to 11, inclusive, tho east side of lots 1, and 12 to 20, Inclu sive, the south side of lota 1 and 2, block 1, Geneva uddltlon, block 21: tho west side of lots 22 to 30. inclusive, tho nortn side of Iota 30 to 51, Inclusive, the ea3t ' Hldo of lots 1 and 51, the south sldo of ' lots 1 to 22. Inclusive, block 2: tho north sldo of lots 30 to 61. inclusive, the wes. 1 sldo of lota 22 to 30. Inclusive, the east I sld" of lots 1 and 51, tho south side of lots 1 to 22, Inclusive, block 1, Brooklyn subdivision, block 21; tho north eldc of lots l, and 33 to 48, Inclusive, tho west PASTIME ATHLETIC GLUB GIVES SMOKER Sullivan and Mantell Give a Clever Boxing Exhibition of Four Rounds.' Tho froo smoker at tho Pastime Ath letic club Saturday night proved a bifi success and tho gymnasium was crowd ed with enthusiastic fans. The fcaturo of tho evening was a four-round boxing exhibition botwnen Frank Mantell and Poto Sullivan, two Boston chums. It was ono of the most scientific bouts tho fans of this city havo evor witnessed, and was greatly enioyod by tho sports. Larson of Montana and Clark of Col orado went four rounds, which also amused tho spectators. Tho latter two fighters are amatours tho kind that box for gold medals. Manager -Prico was well pleased with tho opening, and announcod that his first momborship smoker will bo givon March 8, for which dato he has sched uled four four-round amateur bouts, in which no decision will bo given. I ROLLER SKATING 1 A sorics of thrco match races on roller skates is part of tho program arranged by Manager O'Mara of tho Auditorium rink for this week, beginning Monday and ending on Wednesday evening. Reckless Recklaw, tho trick bike rider and fancy skater, thinks ho can defeat tho fastest local men in a mile race on rollers, and has agreed to raco on tho evenings stated for ono mile. He will bo pitted against 6iich men as Charles Scofield and Willie Schatz, and both of theso boys promiso to make Recklaw go some to win. O'Mara is still working on tho Mara thon race and there is not only a great deal of int crost centered in it locally, but somo of tho speedsters who competed in the Butto Marathon recently aru anx ious to come hero aud raco against tho Utah boj's. Six-Day Walkers. LIVERPOOL, Feb. 27. On the Luca nia, which sailed from-Liverpool yester day, were thirteen of tho athletes who will compcto in tho international six day go-as-3'ou-pleaso raco at Madison Sq'uara gardon during tho week of March S-13 in New lork. Tho foreign countries that will be represented by them arc England. Ireland, France, j Italy. Holland and Belgium. This race will differ from the old time six-day walking races in that it will be a team competition, ono man from each team being at all times ac tively in tho contest and actually on the track. Pcrcv Smallwood. champion of Wales and who has tho distinction of having onco beaten Longboat in a distauco raco, has entered the contest with James Curran, the Scottish champion, as partner. Varsity Basketball. The surpriso of the interclass basket ball series at tho university was sprung by the freshmen Saturday afternoon, whon thev scored 23 points against 17 for tho sTophomorcs, who up to this time had easily defeated all of their opponents. Freshmen. Sophomores. Ivln3 If Hannibal Banning rf Loofhourow Cole -r c Coatcs Gutting lg Parry Calder rg Grant Oregon Defeats Lehi. Special to Tho Tribune. LEHI. Fob. 27. The Oregonlans de feated tho Lehl high school In u match basketball game hero thi? nfternoon. by a score of 32 to 13. Over 500 people attended the contest, which proved to bo exciting from start to llnlsh. The lineup was as follows: Lchl. Oregon. W. Davis If Fen ton ;. I lohnstoad rf Savory G. Holmstcad c. F. Shaw .1. Davis Ig Morton Guy Evans rg C. Shaw Affiliated League. Tho Phillips basketball team defeated the lllffs at tho Y. M. C. A. Saturday afternoon by the close oooro of 24 to 20. in twenty-mlnuto halves. This places tho Phillips team in second place In tho A nutated Club league, the First Pi csby torlana heading tbo list. sldo of lots 25 to 33, inclusive, tho oast sldo of lotH 1 to P. Inclusive, Dolan'a sub division, block 21, tho south oldo of block 6. and the cast side of block 6; the west sldo of lots 8 to 23, inclusive, block 3, Coates & Corum's South Gale subdivi sion, block 24; the north sldo of lots 5 to 8, inclusive the cast side or lots 1, and 8 to 17, inclusive, tho south sldo of lots 1 to 4. Inclusive, block 3; the east oldo of lots 1 to 5, Inclusive, tho south mlde of lota 1. and 6 to o, Ir.oiuslve. block U, Davis, Sharp & Stringer o aub dlvlslon, block 24; tho north 13.3 feet of tho cast sldo of lot 4, block 24; tho west side of lots 24 to 2i. Inclusive, tho east sldo or lot3 1 to C, In clusive, the south side of lots 1. and 6 to 24, Inclusive, block 5; the north side of lots 30 to 40, Inclusive, the wost side of 'ots 20 to 30, inclusive, the east sldo of lots 1. and 4f to 58, Inclusive, tho south sldo of lots 1 to 20, Inclusive, block 4: the north sldo of lots 30 to 49, Inclu sive, tho west side of lots 20 to 30. In clusive, the east sldo of lots 1, and 49 to 58, Inclusive, the south side of lots 1 to 20, Inclusive, block 1. Davis, Sharp & Stringer's subdivision, block 24; tho north sldo "of lot 10. tho south side of lotn 1 to 8, Inclusive, block 3; tho north Bldo of lots 19. and 4 to 12. Inclusive, the weal side of lota 14 to 19, InclusUe, block 2; tho east side of lots 1 to II. inclusive, block 4; tho west side of lot 8. the vast sldo of lots 1, and 9 to 13, Inclusive, tho south aldo of lots 1 to S. Inclusive, block 5; tho north sld of lots C to 13, Inclnslv-i, the east side of lots 1 to C. block 1. Coatcs & Corum's South Galo subdivision, block 24; tho north 272. 15 feet of the west side of the east 330 fnt of lot 12. tho north 272.15 feet of the cost sldo of lot 12. block 24: the west sldo of lot 16, tho cast side of lot 1. tho j south side or lots 1 to 10. Inclusive, block 2; the north sldo of lots 1 Jo 10. Inclu sive, the weat side of lots 10 and 17, tho east sldo of lots 1 and 32. tne south side of lots 17 to y.'. Inclusive, block 3; the north side of lots 1 to 16. Inclusive, the west side of lot 16. tho east side of lc 1, block 4: the no:th side of lot 1. tne west bldo of lots 13 to 17. Inclusive, tho east sldo of lots 5 to 6, the south side of lota 7 to 13, Inclusive, block 1 ; t-he north alda of lots 1 and 11. the west sldo of lots S to 14. Inclusive, the east side of lots 1 to 7, Inclusive, block 5, Ontario subdivision, block 24; tho south 193 1 feet of tho west aldo of lot 7, tho went sldo of lota 5 and 6, the south 14S.5 feet of the eaut side of lot 16, tlio cast sldo of lota 17 and 18. tho north 1C.G feet of the oast sldo of lot 19, the weut side of lota 2, 3 and 4, thu weot 523. SS feet of lho south . sldo of lot 2, block 24; tho north side of lota 5 to 8, inclusive, tho east sldo of lots 1. and 8 to 17. inclusive, the south side of lots 1 to 4, Inclusive, block 2, Da- HOSE QUEEN WINS CALIFORNIA OAKS Race Is Worth $3370 to Win ner; Favorite Trails in Second. OAKLAND, Fob. 27. Roso Queen, the spcody daughter of Kingston, proved a surprise by winning tho California Oaks at Emeryvillo today. Bubbling Water ruled an oven-money favorito for tho event, which was a milo and a six teenth. A field of nino went to the post. Roso Queen rushed to tho front and won oasily from Cotytto whilo Bubbling Wator, outrun in tho flrBt part, was a distant third. ( Tho raco was worth $3370 to tho winner. Fino weather pro vailed. First race, six furlongs, soiling Gypsy King, 110 (Taplin), 9 to 10, won; Antigo, 112 (Butler), 6 to 1, sec ond; Adena, 108 (Mcntry), 10 to 1, third. Timo, 1:16 l-S. Ed. Davis, De neon, Goneral Hawley and Exchequer finished as named. Socond race, llvo furlongs, selling Firoball. 100 (Taplin). 0 to 5, won; TroiB Temps, 102 (Scoville). 3 to 2. "sec ond; Burning Bush, 111 (Mcntry), 15 to 1, third. Timo, 1:02. Mauretania, Blagg, Anna May, The Mist and llazlct finished as named. Third race, milo and three-quarters, cup preliminary Orcagna. 91 (Deverich). 21 to 5, won: Nadsu. 99 (Taplin), 12 to 1, second; Milford. 91 (Foss), 13 to 10. third. Timo, 3:05 4-5. Flavigny and Don Enrique finished as named. Fourth race, California Oaks, mile and a sixteenth, value to winner, .$3,370 Rose Queen, 117 (Mentrv), 25 to 1, won; Cotytto, 112 (Archibald), 16 to 1, sccondj Bubbling Water, 112 (Koogh), 4 to u, third. Time, 1:50 2-5. Rubia Grande, Ocean Quecrr, Fair Annie, Figcut, Anna L. Daley, Rosevalo also ran. Fifth race, mile and fifty yards, sell ing First Peep, 107 (Archibald), 2 to 1, won; Woolen. 107 (Sullivan), 12 to 1, second; Blancho C, 105 (Cotton), 100 to 1, third. Time. 1:46 4-5. Import, Red Loaf Scvcrus. Coppers. Earl Rogers and Red Ball finished as named. Sixth race. Jackson handicap, mile Madman, 92 fTaplin). 9 to 2. won; Dorante, 124 (Leo), S to 5, second; Palo Alto, 91 (Deverich), 40 to 1. third. Time. 1:43. Firestone, Logistilla and Crcssina finished as named. "Cy" Young. The St. Louis Republic has the follow ing to sav regarding old "Cy Young": "A bail year for Young and he would be in oblivion, and that is the chance the Boston club took. Tho same may be said of the Cleveland club, but they aro taking the chance for a closo $12,500, as well as two pitchers, Chech and "Jack" Ryan. "That even ono boliovcs that the Cleveland club has tho best of the deal is apparent. 'Jimmy McAlecr of the Browns, who had an engagement with John I. Taylor for 10 o'clock this morn ing to discuss tho subject, will surely testify to that. "lio declared that ho would pay just twice as much as Cleveland had, and he did not know the price. ' El' the Cleve land club paid $20,000 for Young we would .havo paid Boston $10,000 for him,' wns McAloor's opinion. Ask tho Cloveland club what they will sell 'Cy' for and thev will come right back that lie is not on tho market or say $50,-000." Girls Arc Champions. Special to The Tribune. WISISHR. Ida.. Fob. 27.Thc Wcjser high school girls' haskotball team the undisputed champion of Idaho. To night, before an aurilonoo that lllled Ar mory hall, tho girls defeated tho Acad emy of Idaho toani of Pocatcllo, the champions of southern Idaho, by the scoro of 29. to 10. The Pocatcllo team was far the heavier, but Welsor out played them at overy point. The AVelsor team has lost but ono game In three-years. Irish and Cornish. Special to Tho Tribune. PARK CITY, Fob. 27. rote Crowley, an Irishman, and J. .Trford, a Cornlsh man. will moot in a twenty-round boxing contest In this city. In the Dewey opera house, on March 20, for a sldo bot of 5100 and a percentage of tho gato receipts. Those two men havo boon anxious to got at each other for a long time with the gloves. vis. Sharp & Stringer's subdivision, block 24; beginning ut the southeast cor ner of lot 1. block 3, thonco cast 72.11 feet, thence north 27.45 feet to tl- south east corner of lot 1. block 4, Coates 4: Corum's South Gale subdivision, block 24; beginning 5 feet oast of the northwest corner of lot 4, block 2; thence east 83.04 feet to the northwest cornnr of lot 13, block 1, Coates & Corum's South Gale subdivision, block 24; beginning at the northwest corner of lot 17, block J, thence north 10.18 feet, thence east 76.36 feet to the northwest corner of lot 1, block 1, Ontario subdivision, block 24; begin ning ot the southeast corner of lot 7, thence eaat 3.66 foot, thence north 100.73 feet to the southeast corner of lot C, block 1, Ontario subdlvlson. block 24, all In fivo-acre plat A. Big Field survey. The total cost of aald Improvement is estimated at sixty-three thousand six hundred seventeen and 30-109 ('03.617.36) dollars, of which aum the city'a portion Is thirteen thousand one hundred llfty hIk and 98-100 (S13.156.9S) dollars, leaving fifty thousand four hundred sixty and 3S-100 ($f.U.4C0.3S) dollars to bo ralEed by local assessment. j11 protests and objections to the car rying out of such Intention must be pre sented in writing to the city recorder on or beforo the 1st day of March, 1909. be ing tho time sot by said council when It will hear and consider such protes:s and objections as rnav be made thereto. Hv order or tho city council of Suit I.:i',:o City. Utnh. ,1. J.?. MORFrON". City Recorder. Dy H. S. R1VKS, Deputy. Dated August S. 1907. Sidewalk extension No. 132. nS99 2TOTICB. Notice Is hereby given by the -city council of Salt Lake City of the Intention of Mich council to mako the following de scribed Inipiovement. to wit: Constructing cement sidewalks sis- (fit foot wide and four (I) Inches thick on all wide stiects, nnd four (4) foot wide and (!) Inches thick on nil narrow streets within the district bounded on lho north by the renter line of Fifth South street, on tho oast by Mt, Olivet cometcrv on tho south by the south lino if S!.th South street, and on the west by tin- oast side of Ninth East street, In sidewalk dis tricts Nos. 22 and 23, ar.d defray thu abnttcis' portion of the cost and expense , thereof, estimated at hovcnlocn thousand nine hundred .seventy-four and 36-100 ; ($17,974.36) dollar: seventeen thousand , throo hundred lUty-elghl and 76-100 ($17. 358.70) dollars, or one and 21-100 (51.20 dollars per front or linear foot abutting said Improvement on snld wide streets, thoro being 13.999 feet of r.buttlng prop erty on aald wide streets; and six hundred i STRIKES AND SPARES I Standing ot tho clubs and averages of tho players In the Cily Bowling league: Clubs. Won. Lost- P.O. Crescents .....12 R .067 Crowns io s .r.HiJ A C. M. I S io .444 All Americans U 12 .333 d to if i p 'Z n NAME CLUB. '? S " 1 tn ; P. Quln, Crescents IS 206. 1C 85 7S Zohrlng, All Americans.... 3 200 15 11 Ekdahl, All Americans .. 17 195.1 08 72 Pierpont. Crowns 5 191.3 10 25 Sam Spits, . C. M. I . 18 187.10 75 05 Anderson. Z. C. M. I IS 187.1 81 6L Laurie. All Americans .... IS 187,8 77 71 S. Williams, Crowns IS 186.3 79 "3 Kllpatrlck, All Americans.. 12 188. 2 52 44 Margctts, Z. C. M. 1 18 185.6 77 01 Pearson, Crescents 1G 186,5 6G G2 Staynor, AH Americans .... 12 183.5 47 47 J. Qulnn. Crowns 14 1S1.3 41 72 naymond. Z. C. 11. L .... G 179.3 21 24 Gyllcnswnn, Crowns 16 178.4 55 73 Danlcy, Z C. M. 1 9 178.4 31 41 Burton, CrcscentH 13 173.3 54 44 Illgham, Crcsccntn 15 17G.13 47 70 Jack Burt, Crow.ns 18 174.1. GG 71 Mollynenu. All Americans.. t2 173.3 3S 54 Collins. Crowns IG 171.10 51 50 P.. Williams. Z. C. M. 1 15 171.7 46 65 Hickman. All Americans .. 12 1G8.11 42 45 Lovoll, Crescents 8 168.4 29 29 Donkln, Crescents 15 162.3 3S 67 PACIFIC COAST FANS PREPARING FOR SEASON SAN FRANCISCO, Fob. 27. With the arrival of the "White Sox" special in Snn Francisco, Monday night, the baseball season in California will be under way, although the Pacific Coast league will not commence its regular schedule of games until March 30. The "White Sox' will bo met at Sacra mento by a delegation of local baseball players, headed by Prcsideut J. Cal Ewing of the Coast league. Whito Sox No. 1 will commence practice on the San Francisco grounds on Tuesday, whilo team No. 2 will pro ceed at once to Los Angeles to go into trainiug. Tho first gamo between the eastern team and the San Francisco nino will be played next Friday. The Chicago squads will then alternate between Los Angeles and San Francisco, pla3Miig against the Coast leaguo teams of San Francisco, Los Angeles, Oakland and Sacramento. Altogether, thoro will bo twenty-two games in San Frnncisco and Oakland, and tho same number in Los Angeles. BILLIARD PLAYERS WILL CHANGE RULES NEW YORK. Feb. 27. The contest ants who will participate in the world's championship tonrnamont at 1S.2 balk line billiards commencing in Madisou Square Garden concert hall, Itfnrch 22, met here today and agreed to modify thc present rule which provides for one night matches so that by mutual con--ent of both challenger and holder of the trophy, a match could be made for more than one night's pla- of 500 points each uight- Tho contestants will be Louis Curo of Paris, Gcorgo Sutton of Chicago. Gcorgo Slosson of Now York. Ora C. Moniingstar of New York, Calvin W. Demarcst of Chicago, Albert ('. Cutler of Boston nnd II. P. Cline of Philadelphia. I Mauti High School Wins. Special to The Tribune, EPHRAIM. Feb. 27. The Mantl high school basketball team defeated tho Foun tain Groon tnm by a score of 39 to 9 In a one-sided contest. Tho lineup was as follows: Mantl. Fountain Green. K. Juisen r.g..... Ivory Brown l.g..,.. ...... Coombs 1 lardy , c Anderson Y. Brown r.f., Oldfoyd NIelson l.f Ilolcman Payson Beats Moroni. Special to The Trjbunc. EPHRAIM. Fob. 27. Tho Pavson basketball team defoatod the Moroni? by a score of 44 io 21 in the Moroni hall yos tordny beforo a large crowd. The teams lined up as follows: Payson. Moroni. Kettle I.f Blackmati Don" . .r.f ... Hardy Carter t c Ballev Dovo l.g. Irons' A. Kettle r.g Morlov fifteen and 60-100 ($G15.G0) dollars, or 95 100 ($0.95) dollar por front or linear foot abutting said Improvement on said nar row streets, there bolng CIS foet of abut ting property on said narrow streets, by a local assessment upon the lots or pieces ot ground within tho fol lowing described districts, being the dis tricts to be affected and benefited by said improvement, namely: SIX-FOOT. SIDEWALKS. The north side of lots 5 and G, block 2$, plat 13: the north side o: lots 5. G. 7 t aud S. block 13; tho north sldo of lots i" and G. biock 14: tho north side of lots o. G, 7 and S. block 15; tho north .ldo of lot 5. block 10. plat F; lho soutli side of lots 1 and 2. block 2S. plat B: the couth side of lots 1. 2. 3 and I. block 13: the south sldo of lots 1 to 11, Inclusive. Doue lns Place subdivision block 14; the wost 297 foot of the south side of lot 2, block 14; tho south sldo of lots 1. 2. 3 and 4, block 15: tho south side of lot 2. block 10. pint F; the north side of lots 5. 6, 7 and 8 .block 1G, plat B; 11 o north side of lot ft, the oast 165 feet of the north sldo of lot G. block 12: tho north sldo nf lot 19, Sunset. View subdivision, block 12: the north sldo of lot 13, block l. and the north side of lot 13. block 2. Sylvan Park fibdlvislon. block 11: tho north side of lots G and S. block II; th north sldo of lots 1 and 3 to 9. Inclusive. Itoblnson sub division, block 10; the north sldo of lot 6. block 10: tho north sldo or lot 5. block 9, tho wost 101 feet of the north sldo of I lot 6, block 3. plat F: tho east side of lots i 1. 0, 7 and S, block 2S, plat B; the west ,' sldo of Iota I and 5, nnd the oast side of i lots 1 nnd S. block 13: the west side of j ; lots 2. 3. 4 and 6, and tho cast side of I lots G ami 7. block 11: the cast side of lots 1, and 19 to 25. Inclusive. Douglas I'laco subdivision, block 14: the west sldo I of lota I nnd P. and the east side of lots 1 and s. block 15: the west sldo of lots 2. 3. 4 and ., block IG. plat F. Salt Lake City survuv. FOITR-FOOT SIDEWALKS. I The cast side of tho west 297 foot of j lots 2 and 3, block II: tho west side of I lots 11 to IS. luclnslvo. Douglno Place snb i division, block 14. plat F. Salt Lake City I survey. I The total cost, of said Improvement 19 estimated at twenty-four thousand three hundred nlneiy-sovon nnd 93-110 (521.- 397 92) dollars, of which sum tho city's ' portion Is else thousand four l'lindrod ! twonty-throo and 57-100 ($6423.57) dollnrs. i leaving seventeen thousand nine hundred ! seventy-four nnd 3G-100 (517,974. 3G) dol i lars to be raised by local assessment. All protests and objections to tho car rying out of such Intention must be pre sented In writing to the cily recorder on or before the 1st day of March. 1909, be ing tho timo set by said council when Jt will hear and consider such protests aud VARSITY IS BUSK I UBGAIS I Coach Maddock Is Signing Up Schedule for Fall Grid iron Contests. PROPOSED FOOTBALL H BILL BEING IGNORED Efforts Will Be Made to Have. H Majority of Games Played Here. ifl Coach Maddock and the athletic coun cil at tho TJnivorsity of Utah aro at present busy oa their football schedule for next fall. Already several games havo been contracted for and negotia tion3 aro on for a numbor of others. Tho fact that the legislaturo has before it a bill prohibiting tho playing of tho groat college game in tho stato of Utah or by an of the stato sbchools docs uot seem to be worrying them in the least. The fecliug at the institution jJ seems to bo that it would be as sensi ble a movo to close tho univorsity en tircly as to prohibit football, and tho athletic authorities aro workiug oil this basis. Two games arc scheduled with tho Utah Aggies. Last season the two big Utah teams did not get together at all, but thoy will have a chance to settle their differences early next fall, whou they meot in Logan on October 9. A second game between these two rivals is scheduled in Salt Lako on November 20, at which time the loser of tho early season contest will have an opportunity jH to turn the tables. All tho two-year contracts with Colo rado teams expired lust season. . Al ready five of the schools in the Centon nial state have asked for games, buc Maddock feels that only throo of them can be accommodated next year. It is practically assured that Denver uni- H versity will come here for a game on November 1.1, and if the Methodists havo the team they had last year thu game should prove a great drawing card. Most of the big gamci last year were played away form Salt Lake, but Maddock will make au cll'ort to give the local enthusiasts au opportunity to sco more contests on Cummings field. Some Games Arranged. A game has been signed up with the Montana school of initios for Salt Lake October 16. It is probable that the Mormons will get a chanco to take re venge for their defeat at the hands of 1M St. Vincent's college on October 23. if H present negotiations do not fail. It has l not been decided whether the game will be played in California or at home, but H wherever it comes off the Calif ornians will have to go some to repeat the trick of two vears ago. There will be a big game in Salt Lake H on Thanksgving dav, either with tho H Idaho team from Moscow, or with lho Tigers from Colorado Springs. Every follower of the trame in Utnh rcmcm- H bcrs the 0-0 game with the Idaho boys iu two feet of snow last fall, and they would probably co long way to soo the samo two teams meet again. """""" This loaves only two dates, October 30 x and November 6. open. One of those will , jH probablv go to Tdaho in case tho Colo- H rado college game is arranged for """""" Thanksgiving dav, and the other mav bo filled with one of the neighboring state universities or may bo left open. """""" So far there appears to be no men- H tiou mado of either Boulder or Golden iu the plans already outlined. Possibly tho authorities at the Utah institution have not vet forgotten the little stunt pulled off'bv the Boulder people when the "U" took a track team to Colorado and had to pay its expenses without any Maddock savs that he will hegm somo preliminary training rigjit along with track work, bending particular effort to the development of a punter lo take the plao of "Dad" ConvjlJL 1 objections as may be made thereto. Bv order of the city council of Salt Lako City. Utah. Dated November 2o, 190 1. J. B. MORF.TON. City Recorder. ( Bv B. S. RIVfiS. Deputy. H Sidewalk extension No. 136. nS95 NOTICE. Notice Is hereby given by tho citv council of Salt Lake City of tho Intou- - """""" Hon of such council to make the follow- H lug described improvement, to wit: H To grade, gutter and curb with cement. and pave with asphalt two roadwavs ("""""" (said asphalt pavement ou each of said """""" toad ways to be twonty-four (21) foot wide and nino and one-half inches thick), with a forty-four (41) foot park between, on Twelfth Enst street between H South Temple and Socond South street-". In paving district No. 27, and defray tho abutters' portion of the cost and expense thereof, estimated nt twenty-two thou- sand nlnn hundred nlnety-slx nnd 5-l(iu """""" (J22.99C 05) dollnrs. or nine and 5-100 (59. 03) Jollars por front fool or abutting property, there being 2511 feet abutting said Improvement, by a local assessment upon the Iota or pieces of ground within tho following described district, being lho , tM district to be nfroctcd and benefited by fM said Iniprovemout. namely: The cast sldo of lots 1 and S, block 35: tho west sldo of lots 2 and 5. the north 148.5 foet of the west side of lot 4, tho tH south 14S.5 feet of the wost side of lot 3. block 31; the enst side of lot 1. block 1, the oast side of lots 1 nnd 2G, block 2, H F.h rich's subdivision, block 30; tho east H i sldo of lot 1, the east sldo of tho south 49.5 feet of lot 8. block 30; tho west M j side of lots 2 to 12. Inclusive, East Sldo tM subdivision, block 31: tho west side of lH tho north -82.5 feet of tho south 1G5 feet JM of lot 5. block 31. all in plat F. Salt Luke VM Citv survey. """""l The total cost of said Improvement is j estimated at thirty thousand six hundred and 73-100 (J30.6na.73) dollars, of which il sum the city's portion Is seven thousand , H six hundred four and 68-100 (S7G01.6S H dollars, leaving lvonty-tvo thousand1 nine hundred ulncty-slx nnd 5-1Q0 )""""""" ($22,996.05) dollnrs to be raised by local jl assessmont. ' 1""""""""H All protests and objections to the car- """"""" rvlng out of such Intention must be pro- H si-Mod In writing to tho city recorder on H or before tho Sth day of March. 1909, be- Ing ihc time set by snld council when it !"""""""" will hoar and consldoi such protests and ' """""""" Qblcctions ns mav be made thereto. !""""""""" Bv ordr of the city council of Salt JH Lake City. T'lah. Dated October 5. 190S. J. B. .MGni2TON. Citv Recorder. i By B. S. RIVKS, Deputy. Paving extension No. 30.