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JW TJiJui SALT LAKiii TKlBuN-ni, SuilDA lylOKlM us It, MAiiOH b, I9i0. 33
)yest Secures Golf Championships; Varsity Beats Y. M. C. A. I I
I? IS ANXIOUS
trwagor Five Thousand
i&rs on Result of Fin-
Jt MUST BE IBB 1
POUNDS JT RINGSIDE
on Way to Chicago:
bijfees Is Found Cutting
.5$' Trees.
"S& Wiro to The Tribune.
0(3 JNGELES. Cal.. March R. Tom
ISf' ihy, the eastern lightweight who
iti defeated Owen Moran In San
) 1 t is In town and la anxious
v? for a bout with Ad Wolgast.
5 declares ho has J5000 which
rU Jbst as a forfeit and side bet
lagreo to battle. Tommy raced
rn ;get the new llgntweight, only.
Jft iliat Wolgast and his manager
dt'i Tor Chicago.
tiS sat Wolgast in Pittsburg." says
Jcmanager "Tommy had him
floor In the last round. We
feast fight Nelson and wo are
rj HMurphy can beat him.
5,1 rill do 133 pounds ringside in a
J f-round bout, and to make it
at Ik for Ad we will give him a.
& bet Wo will post a forfeit
9. Wolcast shows a disposition
rawfiUeave for the east tomor
14 1 ifwlll stop one day each in Kan-
iand Chicago.
M Sa conference with Promoter
Uhc Hariemlte agreed to return
fin early date and fight George
Low Powell or any other man
,.Jniay select.
H,Wt Is on his way to Chicago, ac
'M id by Manager Jones. From
C'l Wolgast will make a short trip
sil me near Cadillac. Mich. March
n 11 open a seven weeks theatrl-
!jt Kansas City being the first
ifr'to Jim Jeffries out at his
U hoiifio today found tho retired
T Jniittlng on the finishing touches
' itrei! that he had felled with
'2; 'ready axe.
,v p. bad cold this morning and
l ccllng well Jn general." said
J t; I guess I've worked the most
fflDERS CGMlfe
aft FROM AV INTER RACES
m
it'nuc(l from Preceding Page.
:fal)bliiig was constant, l-'irst. it
Jcr a rule prohibiting the pub
(mt results. Then tho bcltiug
'Mod' there were charges of graft.
jBcro accused of riding lixed
?K6iug roiigli work and taken
'nfttho meeting's havo boon a
jfturmoii.
ySBulwcll, who redo during the
ijftt Jacksonville, is now hard at
WtifShccpslioad g'tUoping the
w. Utho Kvcuc stable and propnr-T-j
;Ijo opening of I he pastern sca
4, Seed old Shcepslieud Hay and
3'li:d resemble tho old days right
W fgrea1 u.anv horses are juar,
5 ere and jockeys and trainers
wpgalhertj from Hie southwest,
iico. California, Kentucky and
aTlip fact that many o'f (he
'imK establishments rcmire .jock
ftlfoort by .March J lias drawn the
'Sttlie riders here. .1. Crccvv,
jafgrpat work at Juarez with l)it
at Belmont park with Thomas
trainer for JJichard T. Wilauu,
Briefs About Turfmen,
fjjfcrstand from Mmnnliis (hat Ed
fa.nu veteran turf man and dean
I, tames drivers, wlio had his leg
.31 tccentl.y, will be out aud ready
( "ess again next, week. This is
p tiitli timo Geers has had a limb
,-ip McCuljoupli, stale auditor of
r3 -is n 'he racing game to stay,
;j entered six weanlings in the
j VP1; . ,Ir- McCnllough is add-
us stable and will not do very
8" year. Next year, however,
l0,h a,s R competitor
apene, Bclmoat and Ilildreth.
V ,James B- Kcene " brilliant
t miner seeins to have a inorl-
6 ht c fi11011 stakcs- Tls
Sor it. CU h0TiiC3 c-
&ZhTr' " of .the great
leuafl'v i, Uiiratfc V,!s trough-
Noting" The fsSr"1
45ian were rnMi...,i i .more en-
In oAe;tCterCdaysd 3'Car'
fc-CAMMUDGE 1
W1 RACE WILL BE
PLDJRSOHEDULE f
'Cabio jo TIie Tplb V
jamci river S hS.'lln''' ,alo"S
be rt-chcdulo on Marc t
vS Vn , ".! w,"" Hie date
e ACay 010.-;, vcolr; a chnrch
at.'1 irclnn-M, ? sVlotmi rites. J..
heir propln y,H V;h,ch w" ?
00 trofn ,nen loo1- v
-fa' t ttft J-"don would jar tho
c"o Puti lv TtV Vlcurs from
m.8 rk Chu'i i """iinorsmllli.
, isJ nOay v? ."turday before 4-
JSS "ana eViniUUeB ?th 1,1 the
Mt5 on the",nf- Tho ltiBhop
Wi!Sccc-B ,,J0,r a 1,i,fld. but!
'H'v'XH.-H
SARATOGA ANNOUNCES
WO-JHHID STAKES
Eighty Thousand Dollars' in
Purses Will Be Given lo
the Winners.
I5y Associated Press.
XEW TOrtK, Slarcli 5. The stakes
of the Saratoga Itaclnsr association for
tho coming- season were announced to
day. Principal among thorn are:
Saratoga handicap. 57;"i(io guaranteed,
2- year-olds and upward, mile and a quar
ter. Saratoga cup. $S0OO ptioranteou", .T-year-olds
and upwards, mile and alx furlongs.
Ohamplnin handicap. ::00rt guaranteed.
3- year-olds and upward, mile and a fur
long. The Traverse, $6000 guaranteed. 3-year-old,
miJo :ind a quarter.
The Alabama. $5000 guaranteed, fillies,
3-year-olds, mile nnd a furlong.
Saranac handicap, 53000 guaranteed. 3-year-olds,
mile and a furlong.
Saratoga special, $5000 added. Including
the cup, 2-year-olds, six furlongs.
Renssalacr handicap, $10,000 guaranteed,
2-year-olds, six furlongs.
Itunicane. $5000 added, 2-yenr-o)ds, five
and one-hnlf furlongs.
Adirondack handicap. $5000 guaranteed.
2-year-olds, six furlong?.
Flash, $5000 guaranteed, 2-year-olds,
five and one-half furlongs.
In addition to these flakes, tho Sara
toga, association has already closed the
Hopeful, which will be worth more than
$20,000; the United States Hotel stakes,
tho Grand Union Hotel stakes and tho
Spinaway for fillies.
All thrso stakes nro for the 2-year-olds.
. Liberty Stako Baskotball.
The standing of the basketball teams?
playing in Hi Liberty Stako Basketball
league Is as follows:
SEN'IOKS.
Wards. Won. Losl. P.C.
Ninth 2 (i 1. 000
Second : 1 .T5Q
Thirty-third 2 2 .POO
Tenth I 1 .r.00
Third 2 2 .500
Thirty-first. 2 :: .100
First 0 a .000
'" JUNIORS.
Ward. ' Won. LuSl. P.C.
Third -1 0 1.000
First . .., : 2 . 1 .fiiifi
Thirty-first :: . 2 .liOO
Thirty-third 2 . 2 .o00
Ninth . 1 I .500
Second 0 I .000
Tenth 0 . 2 .000
Chirm Selling String.
By Associated Press.
JACICSONV1U.I-:. Fla.. March C
Colonel Phil T. Cliiim's string uf horses
was sold at auction today, twenty-three
bringing $37,750.
I". J. Pons. ecretury of the local rac
ing association, was tin- largest pur
chaser, taking over four thoroughbreds
Great Heavens for $:5S00. Jack Parker
for $3000. Louis Des Comnets for $::uoo.
and Fninlc Navln for $:!2U0. Kcil AVIne
was bought by J. AV. May for $3000.
Good Revolver Scores.
Rivalry between the various shifts of
the police department in target practice
Is becoming keener every day. and with
good reason when the following scores,
made Saturday afternoon, are studied,
all of which were inude at . twenty-live
yards on a three-Inch target:
Wire. 50: Heath. -IS; Betst. -IS: Ser
geant Hoborts. 17: I'arlsbnjg, i: lOgbcrt,
47. Sergeant. Johnston. Hi; Hcnyon. li:
Secretary Uauer. 15; Dctocllvo t'Miase.
-15; Detective Wheeling, 15. Brown. II;
Sergeant Pugsley. It; Pattei-son. II;
Griffin. 4-1: II. D. l.yon. 13: Woods. I.T;
Gillespie, 12; Olson, 12; Ekstedt. 12; J.
M. Lyon. II: Morris. 10.
Hoppo Outclasses Morningstar.
By Associated Press.
PliOKIA, 111.. March 5.--"Willie Hoppo
and Ora Morningstar met hero today.
Hoppe defeated Morningstar in two 100
poinl 1S.1 balklinc matclies. Tho first'
game resulted 100 to 152 and the second
100 to 2 IU.
YELLOW INVASION -IN
JWSB BALL GARDEN
Continued from Preceding Page.
sicians is Conch Alonzo Stagg of the
University of Chicago. Tie has been
hopping from university to university
over the middle west promulgating his
deas and gathering data. ITc has nl
reudy annexed the University of Ar
kansas to his viewpoint with the re
sult that his suv will like!- go a long
ways ou the 25th.
Want to Play in America.
Getting back to the Japanese baseball
question again wo may look for another
"yellow invasion." Captain Kurozania.
leader of the Keio university baseball
toam, which was one of those that
played the University of Wisconsin
team in Japan last year, has written to
Gcnkwau Shibata. a" student at Wiscon
sin, to say that the Japanese team wants
to come to the United Stales. All they
ask for is a guarantee of $:"5000 to in
sure their expenses. The Japs wonld
arrive hero in May, according to their
schedule and moot college and profes
sional teams. Tt is likely that the ex
cursion will be made.
Practico of Major Leagues.
'Ere another week has sped the major
leaguo teams will have settled down to
practice iu their respective training
camps and the owning gun of the base
ball season of 101U will have been fired.
Four teams will train at Hot Springs as
the Pittsburg Pirates have demonstrated
that IIol Springs is a mighty fine place
to get into condition. Hot Springs is
the only point where more than one team
will gather. Hi the National league
the f'uba will train at New Orleans,
tho Giants at Marl in Springs, Phila
delphia at Soul hern Pines, N. ('., St.
Louis at Little Rock and Boston at Au
gusta. Ga. George Dailey, tho young
uitcher from Springfield, who is at Mar
Hn Springs with the Giants getting con
ditioned, has been flubbed "Amos Rusic
the Second." Dailey has a wing that
shoots in a ball like n bullet. He usual
ly throws a straight ball, but it speeds
so swiftly that tho batter has a hard
tame seeing it.
Long Season Next Year.
While wo have a l.'14-gamo schedule
this year, take it. from inn that it will
be longer next year. The National mag
nates were forced into the short sched
ule by President Uyrou Bancroft John
son of the American league. Next -eai
it will bo different. The season opens
April U aud cIohph October 15, And
now that the linal plans have been
made and we :iro standing upon the
threshold of the season, it is pertinont
to inquire for an interpretation of the
resolution adopted bv tho National
League association which prohibits syn
dicate baseball in duaj ownership where
one club "owns or controls " another
club in the same league. Docs this pre
vent one man from owning -10 per cent
of the stock of one team and fl per cent
in another or from having stock in every
club 'J That, perhaps is a question for
judicial interpretation, but I jim sure
I do not know what was in the minds
O.I' the formula tors of that prettj clause.
i
i
Superintendent's Home, Hatchery and Fish Runs
Tho propagation of trout, both native
and imported, in Utah has now become
an important industry, with Prcd W.
Chambors, state fish aud game commis
sioner, at the head of tho department.
Tho latest addition for taking care of
trout is the 'new fish hatchery at
Springvillo, Utah. The pictures shown
herewith are of the grounds and hatch
ery. At the ton is J. A. Bird, the super
intendent of the hatchcrv; to the left
is tho fish hatchory, with Chambers
and Mndsen standing in .one of the fsh
runs; the picturn to tho right shows a
long rifflo. which Brig Mndsen has
set aside for the home of the German
brown : at the bottom, to the left, is
shown "the water gates made iu the ce
ment walls, which separato one fish
run from the other, and at; the right
at the bottom if the new dwelling re
cently built by the state for the use of
the employees of the fish .hatchery.
The building of this hatchery at
Springvillo has created a great deal of
interest in trout culture in Utah county
aud tho people have come to realize
that it is to their benefit, to protect the
fish in all streams during the closed
season and to abido hy the law in tho
open season.
BILLIARDS LOSE
PARIS PATRONAGE
Continued from Preceding Page.
care for the exhibitions. Therefore, the
ordinance that was framed to shut out
the Americans proved a boomerang, not
only to tho academics, but also to the
French experts. Yignuux, who is now
G'l years of age. and Cure, whoso health
is poor, are I he leading players in the
Paris academies at the present time.
How to Play.
1 am constantly in roceipt of letters
from billiard enthusiasts asking me
what arc the qualities that go to mako
up the successful billiardist, and what
is the method of perfecting a good style
of plav. The subject is a rather large
one. Hut. T will endeavor to answer it
to iho Jbcst of my ability. To begin
with, a player must have natural apti
tude, which means that ono must have
a fonducss for tho game and ambition
to master it. Having become interested
in billiards, a man or boy will naturally
trv to learn all the fine points of the
game aud to become proficient in it. Tn
order to bo a success he must acquiro
throo requisites. These are u perfect
bridge, speed in execution aud judg
ment of distance, so as to properly
gauge his stroke. Tho bridge should
neither bo too long nor too short, but
the happy medium and should bo mado
without stiffness of arm, hand or body.
Then comes the stroke, which must
bo free, a quality ihal can only be at
tained by floxiblo wrist and arm mus
cles. These also enable a nlayer to
perform with necessary speed without
much fatigue. Ou the ofhor hand, a
player whoso muscles nre not in good
condition, and who has a cramped, stiff
attitude at the table aud an incorrect
bridge will tire very soon.
An csbcnfinl to success as a billiard
ist, is perfect eyesight. A keen eyo
enables a player to calculate on angles
and also to judgo of the distance. When
a player is enabled to judge of the dis
tance so well as to graduate his stroke
perfectly, then he is in a way to do
well. But even when a player pos
sesses all these good qualities, he will
not succeed unless he takes care of
his health. Good hours, plenty of sleep,
and exercise in tho open air are abso
lutely required, and no matter how
much skill a player has, he will not last
long if he neglects his health.
Tho fact that tho approaching 1500
point match at 1S.2 Jbalklino billiards
between Ora Morningstar aud myself
in Wright 's now room in Sail Francisco
has caused somo adverse comment, anil
several critics have arisen to inform nie
that Harrv Cliuo is tho present 1S.2
champion ami that neither Morningstar
nor mvself hold anv title whatever,
prompt's the statement that Cliuo is at
present technically the title holder of
that si vie of play, but I think the public
will gencoraUv concede that tho form
shown in the Pittsburg match between
Morningstar and me was so superior
that there is no question as to the iden
tity of the real champion. Mv grand
average of 31 '' against 12 by nine needs
little comment so far as the intelligent
followers uf the game are concerned.
True, Ppmarest won in tournament, but
tho ablest player iu that tournament.
Sutton, was so out of form that his
performance was not within 10 percent
of his usual gait. However, as T have
a challenge in for the winner of the
Clinc-Cutler match, the question of
titles, technical and' real, will all be
settled when I meet the winner of that
contest.
Sutton Likes Title.
My excellent friend, Benjamin Garno.
docs uoi secih to think J havo any
ground for complaint against Sutton for
his altitude in reference to my challenge
for the 3S.I emblem, which is now held
by him through default. He says that
I havo no ground ou which to claim
forfeit, but J disagree with him. Sut
ton verbally couseutcd to play a three
nights' game for tho emblem, and then,
pleading ill health, refused to accept a
t
'
challenge for anything more than ono
night's play of ftOO points. That cer
tainly was a sidestep, and if anybody
deserved to forfeit Sutton did. But
I" did not claim forfeit, and had no in
tention of doing so. I want to win all
ni3' titles on a 5x10 tabic, aud not iu
tho newspapers. Therefore I decided to
take Sutton up on his one night game,
and will play it out ou that, basis.
But, of course, Garno. who ucver has
been able to discover that I had any
special billiard skill, will not, comment
on my acceptance of tho conditions im
posed by Sutton, after ho had violated
the original agreement, and will con
tinue to distort the fuels in his feeble
wa v.
Tho fact that William Dyer and
Daniel Gibbs are to play for the billiard
championship of Crab Creek, O., has
been the cause of considerable mirth
in some quarters. Why should it? Some
of the greatest players havo sprung from
small towns aud somo of tho most no
table contests have taken place in lit
tle places. Tho first billiard champion
ship match in tho history of tho game
took placo hero in Detroit, Mich., in
18G3, and Prank Ives, a great performer,
first saw light of day at Plainwcll,
Mich. Nearly all tho great players wcro
born iu small towns. Therefbro doirtj
derido men who play for the champion
ship of Cra.b Creek.
GOLF ASSOCIATION
ANNOUNCES DATES
'Western Championships AVill
Be Held at Minneapolis,
Starting in July.
By Associated Press.
CHICAGO. March 5. The following as
signment of dates for the coming season
wan announced today by the directors
of the Western Golf association:
Western amateur championship. Mlni
kahda club. Minneapolis, July 25-30.
Western open championship. Beverly
Country club. August Sl-Septcmbcr 2.
Tom Morris memorial trophy, June Jii.
The announcement was also mado that
the western amateur championship will
he played according to the method re
quested In a petition presented at the
annual meeting, namely. lS-hole qualify
ing round on Monday, sixty-four to qual
ify: lS-holc qualifying round on Tuesday
morning, thirty-two to qualify; tlrst
match round Tuesday afternoon, IS holos;
all subsequent match rounds. CG holes.
The western opening championship will
be played as follows: Eighteen -hole quali
fying round, sixteen to qualify; all match
rounds al IS holes, except for tho final,
which will bo an all-day event for Pri
chiy and will bo for rtti holes. .V Uight
event for the sixteen In-sl scores failing
to qualify for the championship, played
the same as the premier contest Is also
scheduled.
The Tom Morris memorial event will be
played under tho same terms as last
year, with tho exception that the half
stroke in par has been abolished. A
special committees has been appointed to
prepare now distance figures by which to
compute the par tlguren for each hole.
Overall May Quit Baseball.
Dy Associated Press.
VISAIjIA, Cal.. March 5. After holding
out for more salary for some time, Oivul
Overall, the giant Cub pitcher, came to
terms today with President Murphy of
the Chicago National Leaguo club. Over
all, who vill leuve tonight to Join his
teammates at New Orleans. Intimated
hero that this may bo his last year In
professional baseball.
Additional Sporting News on
Page Twenty.
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Tn the hatchery at tho present time
arc 2,00.0,000-trout fry, principally east
ern brook. There aro also rainbow and
German brown. These fish will bo
planted immediately in the streams of
Utah county and the counties to the
south, leaving the state hatchery at
Murray to take care of all of tho coun
ties north of Utah county. Madsen
said that ho had great luck iu hatch
ing, and froni the appearances of the
fish troughs ho was telling tho truth,
for they swarnird with thousands of
small fry, averaging an inch in length.
Chambers 3aid ho would plant all the
fish -.now in the hatchery within tho
next two weeks. He would distribute
them in tho small watercress creeks
leading to the larger streams. When
tho fish arn first planted they arc
tamo and aro easily caught, by any prey.
Chambers said that after" tho' small
fish had to rustlo for their food in the
small creeks for two or three weeks
thoy .become elry and when they finally
reach the big etreamn they can take care
of themselves.
'
M . . .,w8sfc- i'y$mx vW$m m
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BATTLING NELSON
NOT A READ ONE
Continued from Preceding Page.
when the odds aro against him. As
much as the press agents would like
to see it, I am afraid the former pres
ident will never sec tho mill, if it is
held.
UnJiolz Is a Leinou.
Tho Australians havo at least estab
lished tho fact that Boer Unholz is a
lomon. Frank Thorn, the Australian
featherweight champion, has twice
lammed the life out of tho Boer, aud
by so doing Mr. Thorn has acquired
some more titles, now being feather
weight, lightweight and welterweight
champion of Australia. The Boer based
his claim to the lightweight champion
ship upon a ten-round fight he fought
with Nelson in Los Angeles somo years
ago, when no decision was rcudcrcd.
Nelson Phenomenal Fightor.
Joe Gans of Baltimore, tho old mas
ter who lost his title of lightweight
champion of the world to Battling Nel
son, in speaking about Nelson's chances
of getting back at Wolgast before the
end of tho year, said: "Nelson is a
pheuomeual fighter. Ho is a man of
surprising vitality. 3 havo heard it
said that he is not human. I'll say
right here that I believe under proper
conditions the Dane might go iuto the
ring and again pick np the title of light
weight champion. 1 don't know whether
he wants to do it or not. Nelson doesn't
havo to tight any more. m But he is not
so old, and I look for him back in the
ring before twelve months have rolled
around."
Betting' on Coming Fight.
There is some betting on the coming
Jeffries-Johnson light, but it is scat
tered. In 'Frisco several wagers of
10 to 7, with Jeffries tho favorite, havo
been recorded. Tn New York betting
must necessarily be carried ou quietly,
but half a dozen wagCTs have been re
corded at 10 to 7, 10 to S and 10 to 0.
Willie Lewis, the welterweight, and
Harry Lewis, the clever Philadelphia
lad. are scheduled to meet again this
month before the Cirque de Paris. Last
month they fought a fierce draw and
neither one was satisfied with tho out
come. Tt is likely that the winner of
their next tight will be matched with
Billy Papke, the Hlinois Thunderbolt.
Gossip About Fighters.
How about Wolgast fightiug -loin Oris
coll? That would make h likely match,
for Jem has proved himself a foemau
worthy of his steel. When Jem ar
rives in the states a light between him
and the Milwaukee champion would
make a content worth traveling across
the continent to sec.
When Tommy Mnrphv started west
to try to get a fight out of Battling
Nelson and this was some weeks ago,
just about the time Nelson and Wol
gast were getting roadv to go iuto
training he said: ''The wav to knock
out the Dane is to fight him in his own
way. 1 ou vo got to hgut him naru
and fast and keep an even pace all the
way through. Never try lo finish him
with any single blow. Just slowly beat
him down.'' Well, Tommy evidently
knew what he was talkiug about. Tie
will uow try to take on Wolgast.
Joe Gans and Battling Nelson fought
three times. The Grst fight was un
satisfactory. The second time Joo won
cleanly, but in tho third tight Nelson
got tho decision and tho title. That
shows tho 'pluck, endurance and stay
ing powors of the boy. That helps
support the theory I advanced earlier
iii this column.
Twcnty-Four-Hotiv Auto Raco.
By .Leased Wire to The Tribune.
NEW YORK, March 5. The Brighton
Bench IWotordromo company will hoid
an International twenty-four-hour auto
race at the track by the sea on May
IU and M.
BUBBLING WATER WINS
FROM CLASSY FIELD
Right Easy Was Favorite, but
Fails to Connect, Being
Shut Off.
By Associated Press.
OAKLAND. Cal., March f. Bubbling
Water again proved a surprise by win
ning the Piedmont handicap, feature of
tho card at Emeryville today. Rlpht
Eney was favorite, with Fort Johnson
next In' demand. Bubbling Water was
always cjoae up and assumed the lead
before the stretch wae reached, winning
cleverly from Sliver Knight and Fort
Johnson. Right Easy was shut off and
failed to cut any figure.
Summary:
First race, futurity course, polling
Helen Carroll. 1)1 fGlas3). 7 .to U. won;
Tremargo. 100 (Shilling), S to I. second;
Salvage, 1J2 (Otis), 10 to I, third. Time.
1:113-5. SI. Avon. Roberta, Salomy
Jane, Titus 31. Sir Fretful. Mollle Mont
roso and J3en Stone finished as named.
Second race, futurity course, selling
Thistle Belle. 106 (Vosper), even, won;
Ampedo. IIS (Page). 6 to 1. second: Mad
eline Muegrave, 101 (Williams). G to 1,
third. Time. 1:10 3-5. Port Mahonc. E.
M. Fry. St. Francis. Angelfaco and Mll
pllas also ran.
Third race, six furlongs, scllinc Duke
of Milan, DC (Glass). 0 la 1. woii; JLady
Elizabeth. 03 (Anderson). 7 to 2, second;
Dr. Dougherty, 01 (Martin). 7 to 1. third.
Time. 1:13 2-5. Inclement. Rapid Water,
Elizabeth Harwood. Novgorod. May Sut
ton and TlUlnghast also ran.
Fourth race, one mile. Piedmont handi
capBubbling Water. 110 (Martin). S to
1 won'; Silver Knight. 106 fVospcr). 12
to 1. second; Fort Johnson. 110 (Taplin).
13 to 5. third. Time, 1:40. Orbicular. Jim
Gaffney. Right Easy. Deneen, Johnny
Lyons and Goldfinn finished as named.
Fifth race, mile and seventy yards,
selling Ed Ball. U2 (Shilling). 11 to 20.
won; Follle L... 100 (Thomas), 5 to 1,
second; Onatnssn, 103 (Walsh). 20 to I.
third. Time, 1:45 3-.r. Round and Round.
J. C. Clem. Roy. Jr.. Matciuulla. Edwin
T. Fryer and Buckthorn finished as
named.
Sixth race, five and a half furlongs,
purse Likely Dleudonne, 10S (Kennedy).
15 to 1. won: Myles O'Connell. 00 (Thom
as). 7 to 1. second; Prejuclo, 112 (Vos
per). 12 lo 1. third. Time. 1:05:1-5. W.
T. Overton, Phil Mohr. Big Chief and
Roy Hindoo finished as named.
SENSATIONAL FINISHES
AT THE TAMPA TRACK
By ''vssoclated Press.
TAMPA. March 5. One of tho best
cards of Hie meeting was run today.
Five of the finishes were noses apart.
Summary.
First race, three furlongs Good Acre.
i to 5, won; Newcomer. I to 1, second;
M Depres. 10 to 1. Ihird. Time. :SS 4-5.
Second race, selling, five and a half
furlongs Belle of the Ball. 2j lo I, won;
Jessica, 4 to 1. second; Crcusc. 2 to 1,
third. Time, 1:11 2-5.
Third race, five and a half, furlongs
Judge Dundon, 7 to 5, won; Harriet
Rowe, 6 to 1. second; NIantic, 2 to 1.
third. Time, 1:11 2-5.
Fourth race, five and a half furlongs
Tallow Dip. 2 to 1. won; Sis Ashton,
even, second; Ramon Carona, 3 to 5,
third. Time, 1:111-5.
Fifth race, live and a half furlongs,
selling Cassowary, t tn I. .won; Ben
Howe, 1 to 5, second; Beth Goodwin, 10
to I. third. Time. 1:11 1-5.
Sixth race, six furlongs, selling Flora
Riley, 2 to 1. won; Carondolot. 2 to 1,
.second: Escutcheon. 5 to 1, third. Time,
1:17 3-5.
RACING BOMB FIRED
ATTACKING HORSE RACING
By Associated Press. !
JACKSONVILLE. Fla.. March 5. Tho
first bomb of a concerted attack on rac
ing In Florida was fired today, when five
informations were filed' In tho criminal
court against the Florida Livestock and
Agricultural as.ociatlon aud several
bookmakers.
Summary:
First race, four furlongs, purse Jack
Denman, 15 to 1. won; Lemo Mexicans,
14 to 5, second; Blue Mouse, 10 to 1,
third. Time, :51.
Second race. live and a half furlongs
Mystltlcr. 11 lo 10. Avon: David Nichol
son. 7 to 1. second; Marie Hyde, S to 1,
third. Time. 1:12 3-5.
Third race, five and a half furlongs,
selling Jane Swift. I to 5, won. Miss
Lorls, C to 1. second: Pin Oak, 20 to 1,
third. Time. 1:12 1-5.
Fourth race, seven furlongs, Everett
hotel hapdlcap Font, 8 to 1. won;
Charlie Eastman. 0 to 10. second; Eye
Bright, 0 to 2, third. Time. 1:313-5.
Fifth race, six furlongs Gold Dust, A
to 1. won; Lotta Creed. C to 1. second,
Admonitor. C to 1, third. Time. 1:17 2-5.
Sixth race, mile and a sixteenth, sell
ing Great Jubilee. 6 to 1, won; Golconda,
13 to 5, second; Vanen, 10 to 1, third.
Time, 1 :o I 4-5.
FOUR RIFLE TEAMS ARB
TIED FOR FIRST PLACE
By Associated Press.
WASHINGTON. Mur.ch 5. The United
States inter-club rifle shooting mutches
this week resulted In no chunge in leader
ship, tho four teams tied for first place
each winning. The Winchester Rod and
Gun club of New Haven defeated the Los
Angeles Rllle and Rovolver club; the War
ren (Pa.) RIfic .and Revolver association
won over tho Birmingham Athletic Club
RIllo association; the Myles Standish Rllle
club of Portland. Me., defeated the Seattle
Rifle and Revolver association, and the
Rockv Mountain club of Butte. Mont., won
from "the Italian RIfic association of New
York.
Net week the Myles Slnndlsb and the
Rockv Mountain clubs will meet and a
Change in tho standing of tho leaders Is
Inevitable.
B00KMAKING ILLEGAL
AT FLORIDA TRACKS
By Associated Press.
JACKSONVILLE. Fla.. March In
formations were filed today against the
members of tho Florida Race Track asso
ciation and varloiiM bookmakers hero by
County Solicitor Gray.
This action is the result of the arrest
of Mrs. Laura, Gllmoro on a charge of
libel. Attorneys jfor Mrs. Gllmori charge
the moo track law In Florida is unconsti
tutional and that bookinaklng is illeijal.
MANHATTAN CLUB WILL
OPEN MONDAY .NIGHT
Mnnagor Downing of the Manhattan
Athletic club announced his card for
Monday night's smoker at tlu club, which
Is now located at the Salt Palace. There
will be live four-round boxing coutep
by amateurs. The men who will take
part aro as follows:
Kid Davis vs. Franklc Erne, bantam
weights; Tommy Fitzgerald vs, Young
1 (anion, featherweights; Pyc Davis va.
John Gilbert. lightweights; Young Odgers
vs. Jim Gullagher: Barnoy McCarthy vs.
Freddie Wilson, lightweights. ,
Yale Wins Aquatic Moct.
By Associated Press. v
NEW HAVEN. Conn.. March 5. Yalu
won the intercollegiate swimming meet
here tonight with 27 points. Pennsylvania
was second with II polnlf, aud Princeton
third wllh 2 .point.
VARSITY DEFEATS I
Ticrprr I
Victory Is Clean Cut, Students H
Winning Out by a Big H
Margin.
HOISINGTON AND GUNN I
CRIPPLE CHRISTIAN TEAM
University of Utah Has Now Op- H
portunity to Win the H
Championship.
The University of Uttah defeated th"
Y. M. C. A. basketball team Saturday IH
night at the'Y. M. C. A. by the score
of 34 to 26 in tho first of the two games IH
,,be J?.layed, ror iho- Bt3t champion
ah p. The victory came as a big sur
prise to the basketball fans, inasmuch
aa the university boys losL two straight
games to tho B. T. U. of Provo. whllo
the . M. C. A. team defeated the Gar
den city boys. Holslngton, the star Y.
M. C. A. guard, and Gunn. who Is also IH
?tar euar1' were unable to pla IH
Holsinglon became a benedick and aas IH
that in the future he and nis wife will JM
watch the games, but ho will never plav VM
again; Gunn Injured hia left ankle, which IH
forced him out of the game. With these tH
two men out. the Christians lost con
slderabls of their strength.
The contest was rough from start to
finish, both teams being penalized many
limes for fouling each oilier. Forty
nine fouls were called in the game The
university scored the first point, Holm
stead making the free throw. Wilcox.
for the Y. M. C. A., threw the first bay
kei from the field In a sensational long
shoot, and immediately after scored again
from under the basket, being well
guarded. It looked like an easv Iclor"
for the Christians, who took th lead
with a score of 4 to 1, but the unlvei -slty
students eamh up strong and tied
the score. It them became a race for
th first half. In which the university
outplayed the Y. M. C. A. team and fin
Ished the half by the score of 20 to
The half ended with both teams com
plctely fagged, but the boys returned
after ten minutes and resumed plav,
lighting ovcry minute for the possesslo'u
of the ball.
Are Outplayed.
At the beginning of' the second half
tho T. M. C. A. tied the score, but this
w.i3 as close as the Christians came to
winning. They seemed to be unable to
hold the pace, and tho university team
look a spurt and threw basket after
basket in spite of all the "Y" bova
could do. In the last ten minutes of
play the Christians went, to pieces, and
l he students piled up the score and left
their opponents In the rear.
The fans said that It was tho great
est basketball game they had ever scon.
The next game will bo played Tuesday
evening at the university gym. and If
the university wins the second game It
will then have to meet Provo again
to decide the championship.
Hammond and Wilcox wasted time Iu
trying long shots, which sometimes provo
lucky, but which Saturday night prowd
the undoing of tho Y. M. C. A. team.
It is uow thought that the university
will win the stato championship. Ac
cording lo reports, the school will claim
the state championship if it defeats tho
Y. M. C. A. next Tuesday, but tho fact
still remains that Provo defeated tho
university In two straight games, aud
tills defeat must bo wiped out In order
to lay claim to the title.
The lineup:
University. Y. M. C. A.
Holmstcad If Wilcox IH
Romucy rf .Hammond
llorsfal c. ndcrsoii
Roskelly ...rg t131omnui8t HH
Erickson Ig. ..Gruudfor, Nelson.
Field baskets Holmstcad. 3: Romncv. I!H
2: llorsfal, I: Roskelly, 3; Wilcox. J; fH
Hammond. 2; Anderson. 1.
Free throws Holmstcad, 16 out of 21;
Hammond. 1 1 out of 25. rl
Ben Harkcr, referee; "Dad" Stewart, HH
umpire. IH
Yale Takes tho Honors.
By Associated Press.
WASHINGTON, March 5. Yale carrier!
off the honors at the Georgetown univer
sity Indoor meet here tonight. Yale easily
defeated Princeton In a two-mile relay In
S minutes 33 seconds. The relay team
of the university of Pennsylvania defeat
cd the team representing the Cornell Ath
lctlc association. ifl
Niemining Wins Race. jH
By Associated Press. i'H
. NEW YORK. March 5. Carl NIcmin- IH
ing, a Swede, won the Marathon race at
Washington park. Brooklyn. Matt Jin- LH
loney quit in the fourteenth mile. The fH
time-was slow. 3:15.22 3-5. til
I Farraan Breaks Eecord.
! By Associated Press.
MOURMELON. France. March 7 'H
Henrv Farnian today established a new
worlci's record for acroplanu flight with iH
two passengers, remaining in the air for jH
one hour and ten minutes". .1
Manager McGard I
Disciplines Pitcher M
"Phenom ' ' Jones
R AWB RI DG Ei KY.. Mar. C Rclalioi s
between jranagor McGurd, of tho Purplo
Sor. and PltoUor "Plienoni" Jones, who after
nialdngagooddhowlnglu miuor-lcngncwork !H
lntt, season was selected to hclpsupporb H
"Throo-llngnr" Mnnnio, became very much 'H
strained to-day, when tho 1)1 i: bos? had thingn
to say about tho way tho" youngster was iH
showing up In the workouts.
Tho atr.ifr Is shrouded In mystery; for after IH
the practice McGard and young Jones lagged
behind on tho Held, nnd later appeared ac
tho horol with their faces decidedly bruised.
bit both looking happy.
''It isn't anybody's 'business, that I can
Bctt," remarked Manager 31cGurd. In expla- IH
nation. "'Phonom' and I merely strolled up iH
from r.bo grounds tnguthcr. As for tbo cum 'H
on my laco. I fell :igainit a threshing ma
chine. I don't know how ho got his."
Later he added: "You might give him a iH
litilo boose In your paper. Ilo'a working
veil, and hu's got the fighting spirit that fM
vrlnri games." jH
Tho whole truth of the matter is set forth
In "Hid BIg-Lcncuo Debut" a corking story H
of baAcball iu tbo making, complete In too jH
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