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Rivers Shades Cross in
I Slashing Ten-Round Go
Hft Wins on "joints, but Pride of East Side Gives Ter-
rifle. 'Battle, Losing One Knockout .
KpU r-Cnance ; Mexican .Closes. Strong. .
,By iU'crnatfonalrXcws Service.
TY BJ Jul1' 14, Ciosiug like a champion in the final stages
i ii -slashing ten-round go, Joe Eiver the Mexican lighl-
1 weight, Shaded Leach" Cross, the pride of the east side, at the.
-JSiim'ri Athletic club tonight. In a round or two more Kivers might
Iidve knocked the dentif&Vout as ,llc lia(1 llim Gobbling in the tenth.
f ilfiit" Leach fought lonto of his very best lights and gave the
a?fajiger a terrific battCrom. start to finish.
v 'Tn ti'jQVseeoud rounfCrOSS went leaping out of his corner like
3 VilSftat aud upset Riforsvith a right to the jaw, knocking him
tfver This was LeaWsfeiily chance to end the light with a Imock
Ht J butj l?Ut the Mexican soiWi:ecovered and came back a little stronger
H'.. every, round-., xS-.
ly a lrgbloi1,. iifid he pEo.li Hc;
. 'Xuolittlo -about- tbo fin'jjJomts oi
Hgilhe-ftaroei ' liut -'bo wa coWnily hor
H4 vi,ii';Htuci .battct ju' airariilibotb
feps; Kffl lJib of tbcr mos f u-
f- ve- (iwSk Tihfi fooRftiTna-anfl'
,VVaiad tVb ?icodd, cicbtH .'and pin lb
iP3ro:toti;.t3!qSb two ore-aboutovon
3nat?if-otlicr8.JbolougW to vers, hi
VlflfMiitH Cro;isVoutit the; Mexican I
H'Sl alUovot-ibu riutjhut. b"y tbafcrtunc tbc
1 , ?b"attlo-vas jusf coi)imcnc!nc.wtAff:oacb
1 tx a l&'u'j) lla.t was- lo iprs: -IjlJ ng,
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J Jr)-(oV5 -bv .coiiiinjLi. bac.K"iw to tontk
'VJufift Vptvrln ibo douti Hi ovV Ibo
' FaHsIiTttp Ropes. S;'y
H 1raNvrf: irn3n a crouch at$.j!rqSB. Nat
iaclvedJRif so furiously thfetstbcJMcxi
.I'iin 1"YfJ!alo' tbe1 ropes. Htipam? CUt
r Mdth'Jri&feroVcs shioldin Jajaws aud;
'-tAiPwh blarnourei! bint aboffllvtbc head
L 'Vlth, jirjjxlfexriiosirnCs". JK !stsfcgcra(l
p Rvvcr.s. wilpa li:iTd left bubo brovn
Jiov iiualy.;ot steam up aud jolted
Hf?& "baciUvitU a bat;d IcftTu'd fdtced
Stif ur",acci'uVt ibc ropes""S',
"sln tbavSi.'Ctli. JUvors iv'as Tcatibioned
HffV buf tiJiX'-.c an .Tqno'. tbe rn
Hax t, aecaaibunJtv snokc-to (Lbe dentist
BViit bolditrtr. -Fit the mjvoqIK- Kivcrs's
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HMrAuiol'nnd btenUlnp ground.
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fibnlojcll ,io bejh . Tliiy r.ound
1 vi'tia Ct'-itb omofkyie to" -spare.
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JjOTR afiiiu' the eTl.oicesfcVjjeata. for
bs;r.ius'tV,tlolloTrors,Viat .Tluch the
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JjJ barlmrinf as tiuviiy deputies a?
i'ro -hail .pflnds. 'aud the -djinibbr of
I'.ciicb 's alto,n(lautiis'alinofit: beyoufl. be
Y&iX. .Too'ITuwpbrcvft intradiuroit nianv
Hi Xbcuf to the crpwd. alorlfe'-ntith quite
Wii Xjvmt rfibjoriir The wcils Trcre-.au-B!H
fo-unud atVuV??-!'" uneb TiiVsido. Tbo
The rjghfeby Roundk
H-J Ujc head 'TViuch pulcd lUvcbti tto 111 a
V Jcnocs. Hb.y"4V ap quicldy a&K Tjcach
msj?trfeJ Tvittt ft left anUrysht to
tho fue'e "Rivers sUfMenly uncoyircd and
HA -iot a Ictrto.-foa'cbTB face Knd. dreve him
A jo the rOUea. Atjcl&sc nuHrtetsVTtlvcrs
BlU ufipcrcuUcd planted a rlht o the
iH rfyetach. r TUv6i:a JiooKe'd another Ifift to
xjV Ueavrj'atbmaeii. Coralntr ouf bt-a cllnoh
jP.lTicAch awahea-Rivtirfl -ft-lth a lcrr, und
fcA0t3Kllatilvl "vH1i 'nib left. Even round.
M jsAMcflir,ttUBalvq In and as
11 J EifG ALL, THE
11 ' ; JOXING ABIDE,
VHV aud thiulc-'of something---we
Hfl caii do,-;tpr',XQU? Bjjoausc
';y;oirjkuoVc'Q'n ev:err littlo,
he did, 7,cat!li dropped him with a short
'left to tho Jnw. Rivera Jumped up and
Leach jabbl him away with h loft.
They clinched und hi the, breakaway
Leach atnashed J:lvrs -with ;t left, and
ilglit to the ace and then showered
abort hooks to the face and made Rivera
cover up. They used rough work In the
clinches and Itlvera apologized. Rivers
UEcd his head repeatedly In .another clinch
and" the crowd hissed. Leach missed a
left and Rivers tore Into him, using- a
croSs life of lefts and rights to the face.
Leach shot over a hard straight left to i
the face. Cross's round.
Third round Rlvecs rushed into a slUT
left hook tu the face. The punch aroused
Rlvers's anccrand lie tore into Croft;, but
"Leach covered up. In a clinch Rivera
used Ills head again. At close lighting
Rivera planted a.' hard right to Lcuch's.
stomach. Rivers missed a Hard left and
fell. Cross shot over two hard punches
to the face. Rivers pushed Cross to
the ropes by main strength. Cross jabbed
with his left and came back with a hook.
Cross cul Rlvers's noso with a straight
left. Honors for Cross.
Rivers Starts Boring.
Fourth round "Leach jabbed with left
at long- rnngo and when Rivers tried to
work in close he shook him off with a
left to tho face. Rivers kept tearing in,
however, and planted a hard left to
VLeach's stomach. Rivers slopped cover
ing up and started to bo.v. Leach rocked
him with n right to the face. Rivers
played for the body with rights and lefts.
They wrestled. Rivers sent in a hard
loft to the jaw, just before the bell rang.
Fifth round Leach caught Rivers high
up on the face as soon as the round
opened. Leach danced around Rivers,
but Rivers refused to drop his guard.
Cross was cautioned bv the referee for
using his head. Leach shot two lefts to
the face. Rivers uppercuttcd Leach four
times lo the face and came back -with
a .stinging left to the .face. Cross then
shot, in two lefts to the chin. Cross
missed several swings. Rivers jabbed
with . hia left. Rivera plucked over a
hard Jeft to the nose at the bell. It was
an' even round.
Sixth round Cross was unable to
break down Rlvers's guard with right
and left punches. They clinched and used
roughhouse tactics. Rivers butted with
his heud and was warned by the referee.
They ran into clinches repeatedly. Rivers
lifted Leach off his feet with a left to
the -stomach. Joe came back with a
straight,' left that pushed Leach's head
Jo. ono aid;. Leach hit Rivers a glancing
bloi to -fhe jaw. and Rivers tore into'
Leach and smashed him with left and
right to the face. An even round.
Hard Iijft to Stomach.
Sevcntlr round Leach planted a hard
left to Rlyers's stomach. This started
Rlvcr3 into, action and ho landed nianv
blows lntol Leach's midsection. Rivers
hit .Leach n hard left to the face that
staggered, him two foet. He followed
wltn -a hard right, and In a clinch landed
a. hard right t0 .the stomach. Rlvcrj
beat Leach to the punch with a right
to tho face, and then came back with
two hard rights to the face and Leach
clinched. Rivers ripped a left to the
stomach. Rivera trlod hard to land a
right swing; but Leach ducked. Rlvera'a
.Eighth round Leach used a loft aud
right to good effect. Rivera rushed at
Leach and , Cross ducked. Rivers stum
bling oyer .his body. Leach helped him
to his feet and .Tvhon thoy started fight
ing Leach planted a left to" the jaw.
Leach hooked another left to tho face
and Rivera mlssea a right swing. Rivera
did good work In the clinches. Cro-s
cut Joe a mouth with a right and a left.
Ho then drove him to tho ropes with
hard hooks. Cross's round
Ninth i round Both landed lefts to the
face. CroE smeared Rivers' face with
four hard lefta and rlghta and cut open
his nose. Rivera got over a hard
irtralgnt loft. Lcaclv kept busv pound -log
Rivers in the -atomach "during a
cUneh. Joo pushed Leach to. the ropes
am landed a hard left U tho face
1jach ducked two wild swings. Cross's
Has Cross Staggering.
tJE??1! rtound Rivers Started off with
two lefts to- the face. Leach swung sav
agely, for a knockout, but missed. Leach
uppercut Joe and then hooked him. Joe
Si MiJSh?.151;" Boh,,foucht hard
in tho clinches. TUvers .Tield on. Both
exchanged wallops to thai chin. Leach
shook up Rivera and Joe came back with
a etaggennsr right to tntfjaw. Rivera
swung a. hard right to Leach's chin and
had him holding on. Rivers, found Leach
with an upporcut and smashed him on
the jaw' Rivera drove Mrtihard. plle
drlvlng rights and leftH 16 the Htomach
and drov-c shim to the rope.". River
atagfWcd Leach with jt hard up.n-reut lo
Ut Jaw.f Rivers round. -f 7
! Mexican Lightweight Who
Wins by hard Battering
I CROWNS WIN FROA1
The Crowns won two out of throe
games from the All-Americans last night.
Tonight one of the best games of the
season will be played, when the two
strongest teams In the league meet, the
Smith-Bailey and Continental Oil com
Syllenswan 157 106 3GC ."19
J. Collins 106 US 170 527
Reedall 1C7 . 175 110 481!
Spitz l&U 157 157 COU
Burt 1S5 172 3&-1 51 L
Total SO" S5S ' 706 2545
Handicap 15 15 15 -15
Grand total 012 S73 S05 2590
MeKenzie 12C 1P.1 132 3S9
Donkln ;...192 .143 1C t 501
Danloy ItH 17S 00 i.12.
Anderson 13B. 141 1SG 4G3
Schmierer 150 130 XS'i 4.S3
Total 705 7 IS SG5 2-10S
STEWARDS FIX DATES
AND NAME OFFICERS
PITTSBURG, Jan. 1-1. Stewards of the
grand circuit mot here today and an
nounced dates for meets of tho circuit In
the different cities, admitted Now York
and Windsor. Ontario, to the circuit,
and adopted a rule providing that If a
hore wins three stake races amounting
to $15-,000. It must afterward compcto In
a class to which It is eligible by tho lowest
record It has made in any one of ita win
The stewards elected the following of
ficers: H. K, Devereux of Cleveland,
president; Fred Postal of Detroit, vice
president, and H. J. Kllno of Cleveland,
Detroit was chosen for the next annual
meeting of the stewards.
KNOCKOUT RESULTS IN
ST. JOSEPH. JIo!'. Jan. K. Clarence
Ferns of Kansas City wua given a de
cision over Charles Plvson of Denver
in a fifteen-round bout tonight. For tun
rounds Ferns apparently was under,
cover. Eoth did some clever lighting. '
In tho scheduled Uftccn-round go be
tween Charles A. Aaronson of Kansas
City and Soldier Smith of Fort Leaven
worth Smith wao knocked out in tho
twelfth round. After the fight Aaron
' nop was placed under arrest on account
of tho serious condition of Smith, who
wa3 taken to a hoapllal unconscious.
Buckors Defeat Battery.
In a fast game of basketball the lSuck
crs dcfeati-d the Battery. S3 to 0, In the
Armory hall last night. Both teams j
showed lack of training und practice, but
good b.oaket "shooting" by Ramseyor and
Thomas gave tho Buckors a lead which
the Battery was unable to overcome.
Campbell, while in very -poor condition,
did some splendid work at guard. Bean
and Greene played the beet game for the
Burlington to Play Granite.
Tho Granite high achool and Burling- i
ton basketball tcrimn will clash this even
ing In the Burlington gym. Tho game
is railed for 7:P.O o'clock The plavorw
of both aggregations Ijkvb shown good
I Turin and arc in fine mottle for the oat
; lc. A fast same iE expected. j
WINS FROM SITS
East Bench Basketball Toss
ers Run Up Score of
-18 to 23. -
Yesterday afternoon the basketball
quintette of the University of Utah won
from the L. D. S. U. in the university
gymnasium by a Ecoro of -13 to 23. The
score by no means denotes the quality of
basketball put up by the Saints. Not
until the lattcc part of the second half
were Coach Bennion's basket shooters
able to run up a healthy lead on their
scholastic rivals. At the close of the
first half tho score was 20 to 16 in favor
of tho east benchers, but the Mormon
players weakened at the last aud the
Crimson team literally scored at will.
Tomorrow afternoon the east benchers
will play the Granite high school Quin
tette. Manager Cameron intends to ar
range threo practlco games a week tor
the university men until the Intercol
legiate series opens.
The lineup yesterday waa as follows:
University. L. D. S. U.
O. Romncy. ....... .rf Sevcy
Holmstead If... Parkinson
A. Romncy, Udy....c Smith
Erickson lg..., Bennlon
Skldmore rg Williams
BOYS IN FINE FORM
Last night's workout with the fresh
men still further pioved tho wonderful
speed anil accuracy of the university
basketball men. That old carole.sncss
which marked the practice work of the
university players lust your Is entirely
gone and tho fellows gu after tho fresh! es
with the same spirit one would expert
them to show against the B. V. U.
Bciiniou expects to carry twelve men
on the firflt souad thla year and within
a few days will havu the number choscp.
Besides the seven men whom he selected
early In tho season he has given a suit
to Norman Hamilton, who played for
ward for tha Juniors and la ono of the
most accurate basket losscru In nchool.
He plays a good game at guard also
and will make a valuable utility man.
It is expected that two more suits will be
given out by the end of the week. Bilges,
the lanky sophomoro center, will prob
ably get one of them, aud It Is thought
that Clarke, the classy freshman for
ward, will also draw one.
Adds to Tiger Team.
TACOMA. Wash., Jan. li. Joe Mc
Ginnlty, owner and manager of tho Ta
coma Tigers, returned from Newark,
X. J.. with his family today. Ho says
he has engaged aoven youngsters for the
Tiger team to be here early in the
spring, three pitcher, two catchers and
two outtifildors. George. Boyce of Irving
ton, N. J., is one of tiro pitchers, Foley
of Orange, N. J., i& onejof the catchers."
oi wano can
Taken From Train by Federal j
Authorities at Battle
Creek, Mich. !
By International News' Service.
BATTLECREEK, Mich.. Jan. M. Jack
Johnson, negro heavyweight pugilist, who.
while en route to Toronto, was taken from
ft train here this morning at tho request
of government officials, left for Chicago
late today, accompanied bv his wife and
other members of his party. Johnson was
in charge of Bert J. Meyers, a redcral pf
fleer. According lo local ollicers, the negro
pugilist admitted that he was on his way
to Toronto, and at tin't Insisted thai the
local authorities had no right to detain
him: bu,t. when a patrol wagon camo in
sight ho' left the. train without further
He said ho did not wish lo violate any
of tho tcrmg of the bond insuring his ap
pearance in United States district court
and simply intended to go to Toronto to
consult with Tom Flanagan, his former
manager, regarding a proposed fight with
Al Palzer in Paris. He claimed that tho
latter's manager had offered to arrange
a tight for S25.000.
Johnson showed the police a Lclcgram
dated Los Angeles, which read:
"Received letter from M. Leipp. repre
senting Mr. Vincent of Paris, who offers
$25,000, or prlvilcgo of 60 pur cent house,
spilt as per agreement. Should draw
SI50.000. Palzer was 111 in McCartv fight.
Tho latter refuses to box. Palzer de
clared before tho light that he would box
you. win or lose. Before, we can come
to some agreement with Paris they wlslv
rno to get some acknowledgment fro'm
you. I am leaving here the UUh. Hope
"that you get out of vnur present trouble
all right. TOM O'llOUUKE."
At no time did Johnson appear to take,
his arrest seriously. "If I had known that
I was going to stay here I'd have gotten
off early and showed at a thea.ter," he
said, as he walked up the street 'with
the officer.". "T couldn't afford to lot my
mother's house go besides the bond that
I have up." Johnson explained as he de
nied anv intention of running away from
the prosecution. "And I could not af
ford to urn down any light offer, cither. '
WAS TO MEET
ST. LOUIS, Jan 11. Tom O Rourko,
Al Palmer's manager, stopped In St.
Louis tonight on his way, he said, from
Los Angeles to Toronto to meet Jack
Johnson, and the representatives of the
French promoters to come lo terms for
the "proposed tight in Paris between
Johnson and Palzer.
"Johnson had no intention of leaving
tho country. I am confident." O'Rourke
said. "lie was to meet me and M. Lelpp
in Toronto to arrange for tho Paris
"Tho telegram Johnson showed In Bat
tle Creek, I sent him from the coast, and
outlines of the deal, except that M.
Vlcnnc offers $30,000 or privilege of i0
per cant house split.
"Now I suppose the arrangements must
be made with Johnson by mall, as the
government seems determined not to al
low hi pi to leave the country, oven temporarily."
MAY RESULT IN
CHICAGO, Jan. 1!. Jack Johnson, the
negro heavyweight pugilist, was taken
to the county jail here tonight lo await
the Judgment of Judge George A. Car
penter of the United States district court
as to whether his bail bond" of 530,000
should bo forfeited. Johnson la said lo
have attempted to hoodwink Deputy
United States Marshal Bert. Meyers In
order to spend tho night at his own
home instead of in jail.
Whun the pugilist's parly, consisting
of ills white wife, two white secretaries,
and valet, reached here aflcr being
turned back al Uattlo Creek, Mich., from
a train bound for Canada, Johnson at
once asked to talk ovor the telephone
to Charles P. De Woody, superintendent
of the United States department of jus
tice. At the conclusion of the conversa
tion. Johnson told Deputy Marshal Mey
ers that Mr. D6 Woody would allow him
lo spend the night at his own home.
Movers refused to accept the order un
less from .Mr. Do Woody direct- The
pugilist and his retinue were taken in
automobiles to Do Woody'H residence, and
there Dc Woody ordered the negro to
"Johnson, If you did not mean to stay
out of the jurisdiction of the federal
court why did you ship two Of your au
tomobiles to Canada'.'" demanded Mr. Do
Woodv. The pugilist hesitated in his
reply and Mr. Dc Woody gave him his
choice of being hold at an hotel In
charge of marshals or taken to jail.
"This Jail is not new lo mc. I'll go
there." replied Johnson.
He was allowed to take his wlfo honje
und to change his dollies and then was
locked up in his old tier in the county
Johns-'oii was indicted several months
ago by the federal grand jury un several
counts fdr' alleged violation of the Mann
act, and Is at liberty on honds. He Is (ilfio
charged with smuggling valuable jewelry
inlo'thls country for his white wife, Etta
Johnson, who committed sulcldo u few
mouths ago. Tlv latter case Is pending
in the United States court.
Tho Mann act violations are not extra
ditable and for this reason Johnson had
no right to leave this country, tho federal
authorities assert. Hit.- payment on the
train of cash faro to Toronto indicated
his Intention lo go to Canada, say the
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10 FAVORITES II
Gladys II. Best in Fillies'
Scramble; Atkins's Stable
to Be Sold.
By International News Service.
EL PASO, Tex., Jan. li Jack Ellis.'
from the Louisville stable of Docrhoffer
&, West, aud Orbed Lad were tbc only
favorites to win at the Jockey club Jua
reis course today, the chief surprise of
tho afternoon coining in the third race,
when Odclla. a 20 to 1 chajcc. got home
In front. Tho weather was fine, the at
tendance brilliant and the truck fasL
The racing stable of the California
turfman, J. P. Atkins, for whom Barney
Schrelber's great horse Is named, will
bo sold at auction In tho paddock at the
Juarez track next Saturday. The horses
embrace Wheeler. Dynamo, Gasket and
Holablrd. The last-named three are all
winners of a recent date. Atkins is
quitting tho turf for a time, owing to
him having lately become a baseball
magnate In San Francisco, and has In
vested the bulk of his capital jn that busi
ness. The post-mortem held by Dr. C. Canne
today on tho body of the marc Miss Korn,
which died yesterday, revealed that she
had died of spinal meningitis and there
was no indication whatever that poison
had In any way been administered to
Gladys Y.. tho daughter of Miller, out
of Exporring, owned by tho Louisville
stable of W. E. Applcgate, won the two-year-old
scramble today for maiden two-year-old
fillies In clever style..
She went to the post an 8 to 1 chance,
Trish Ann and Beat B.. owned- by 'the
Texas firm of J. F. Newman & Son, be
ing the favorites, but both finished out
side -the money, Suporl-by-thc-Common-cr,
owned by R. J. McKcnzIe, getting: the
place, while F. T. Woods's Chinese
named filly, Ya-IIy-YIp. ran third.
Jockey J. Murphy, the colored rider,
who was suspended here on January 15,
1011, for a criminal looking ride on Har
rigan in a race in which that horse was
beaten, by Spohn, was reinstated by the
Jockey club Juarez stewards today. ' W.
Gargan was suspended for five days for
breaking post rules In the third race.
Following is tho summary:
Firsl race, three furlongs Gladys II.,
Jt)S (Borel), 8 to 1, won: Superl. 103
(Henry), 8 to 5, second; Ya-Hy-Ylp. 10S
(Steele). 15 to 1, third. Time. :U1 3-5
Second race, mile Jack EUls, J01
(Steele), even, won: Zinkand. 10S
(O'Brien). 20 to 1, second; Ben Uncas,
ICS (Henry), -i to 1. third. Tlmo, 1:42.
Third race, six furlongs Odolla, 101
(Carter), 20 to 1. won; Charles Goetz,
103 (Gross), C, to 5, second; Acumen, .105
(Steele). 5 to 2, third. Time, 1:13 3-5.
Fourth race, mile Puck. 103 (Moles
worth). 5 to 2. won: Loween. 108 (Tea
han). 8 to 5. second; Gold of Ophir, 105
(Steele), 10 lo 1. third. Time, 1:39 -1-5.
Fifth race, six furlongs Sepuiveda, 109
(Slelaff), 7 to 1. won; Mlmorloso. 104
(Sleele), 11 to 5, second; Parlor Boy. 106
(Groth), S to 1. third. Time, 1:12 -1-5.
Sixth race, mile Orbed Lad. 10S (Tca
han). C to 5. won; L. M. Eckert, 105
(Mill). 2 to 1, second: Lambertha. 108
(OBrleii). 25 to 1, third. Time, 1:10.
EL PASO, Tex., Jan. 14. Tomorrow's
First race, three-eighths of a mile,
purse Brevity, Old Ben. Old Gotch. 107;
Galar, Othello, Dick Dodic. 114: Shadrack,
Second race, sixteenths of a. mile, sell
ing Lehigh. Wadsworth II.. 105: Hatto
ras, Zoroaster. Whiddcn, Falcada, Con
solo. 110: Silver Grain. 113.
Third race, eleven-sixteenths of a mile,
purse VOlctta, 100; Wentworth. .102; Tho
Cinder. 110; Kallnka, 102: Idle Talc. 105;
i Rooster. 107: Dynamo. Wyanoke. Gordon
I Russell, ' Kenneth, Truly, 110: Connaught,
Fourth race. even-e:ghtiis ot a mile,
! handicap Upright. 90: Rio Brazos. OS:
Joe Dh.-bold. 100: Flying Feet. 110: Irish
Gentleman, 1M: Injuri-. US.
Fifth nice, three-quarters of a. mile,
selling- Madga B., ST: Orlstolat, Domln-k-a.
103: Oak-land, Rose O'Neill. 10S; Eye
White. Don Enrique, 110.
Sixth race. mile, selling Calenlhum
pfan, 100: Maizic Girl. 101: Sir Alvescot,
Sea. Cliff. 105; Setback, 111.
SWIMMERS TO RACE AT
DESERET GYM TONIGHT
Swimming Instructor' Welch of the Dcs
eret gym -has handicapped the entries in
tonight's 00-yard race so that every man
will have to extend himself to win. As
usual, there will be eix iieats, and the
winners of each will compcto in the (lnol.
The arrangement of the entries by Mr.
Welch led to tho belief that the .Inishcs
will be clone.
.Much Interest will undoubtedly center
on Hugh Gray, who. although he has not
been seen at best furm since last winter,
la rated as one of the classiest swimmers
the state lias developed. Gray Irvft the
city uftcf he won tho state meet last
year. Ho Is tho favorite In tonight's
contest, despite thc.-fact that he is the
only ser.Ttch man. with seven seconds
separailnc him from tho next nearest
man In his heat.
Besides Gray, some of the speedsters
who will. ifiitir are Lyle Smith. -Allan
Croesbeck, -eastcllar, Papwurth and Cluw-t-on-
All of. 'those named have been
showing excellent form Jtr workouts, and
will , force -the-'OlianipIpri to the "limit.
Ar'P:"opriatoprjacs7 hava been secured
with the entry" fees, and admission will
Returns to Oranrro .Bauch.
' LOS ANGELES, Jun. II Frank
Chanc'f. the new manager or tho Ameri
can league team, returned lo hia orange
ranch at Glcndora today. He wild ho
would leave homo February t for Now
York and take charge of tho Highland
era. February 11.
"Will you he a bench manager"" he
"No," waa the reply. "I expect to play
llrat base nomc of tho time. Chaae and
I will alternate probably." j
Coach Richardson JMbs
Basketball Boys Througi
G?ach Richardson Mb boon wortS;!
diligently with tho boys who wilt WL j
up tho two high school basketball teBfof
this year. Both fives will be placed 'jjjfl"
der rigorous training regulations .jjJfijfiT
now, on, und any player who vio!ateVSfced
rules will be liable to 'suspension fromFls '
squad. Tho coach and iitudent bodyift J
anxious for Iho division title, ana-Kes
put forth every effort to nnno.T this prjWpi"
They -have announced tlrt-t no rccalcltrffiffj
player will be tolerated. mtn
In a recent practice game with Mrt al
university, the high ichool basketB
boys woro overwhelmed, but this is'f.-.'
criterion, of their oh'ancea In tha div1apPE
or elate moots, as probably no uuInUBk ;
irT thc'islate could hope to win from-Mf 8
university aside from the fact tlravBCtt16
high schbolvia not In the 'other's cldgiv t
No-. real Jlne can - be obtained, on 'Wv--eRiicer.
bf tho Red and Black cnptarjMpl'L
t'rfo flag -until the season has jictudnt
opened, as' "Heine"' has so many gi-tnl
players- thafhc is "not likely to ahowMtt
real strength until forced t-4 "2B:tr
Cnptalu Ward and Siddoway .ire hoWe
Ing'Up stroSgirat guard, and UlHjwk)
doubtfjdlv boaa bulwark of tho Ind"
defense," bHtfSrat who tho pcrmamBjtf'
tossera will'tJC.'fjJ. 'still , unceralns1 'WNS'
center, Kihg-atfiiaCi'rr' have ontdlslanfKRi'
other contender and .rare jhdwlns' foS0Hl
that will .make thorn' fotrakjabla opmtg
nenl's for arty matt" to fa'cklc; iV(yS
Should Richardson satisfy his arnbhKt
of whu-iinfe-. the divlayfcp. .title- 'it'wojy'-fy
placental! local BchooyJn n good poaltMp? "
for-t)io staq hbnor. 'as nono of the eawf'
side rfchopls.' are considered to bo of pwp
tlcular strength. Ono thingthat will -aUiYj
the 'Salt Lake division, iaia3ung th(vfc((lE
title, this winter is tho discrlmlnatM1
of tho high school league officials. 'lafV?
fall against playcra of tho ago ofjaPJ
years. In former years -tho , AictaJIS
usually have had one or more fch l jm.
on their -fives, and losing -them woaBM6;
weaken the country high schools. rP"
- Richardson will take his boys to OMK
den this afternoon, whero thc. wuT'tM..?
battle with the Weber aoaTlcrn y (tufntot tw?
The academy boys arc considered op
of tho strongest, tcama in-tho sXutotnm
should the Red and Black tlve take thew1
Into camp, "it will givo 6ome show ol'&MP
Urination to the wcstsldcrs' promlso pfl7
beating- everything In tho state. A squw&A
of seven will make, the northern trljftj'
those chosen from Heine's large field Mr
excellent material being Captain Wan .'
and Kerr, .guards; Siddoway and
llns, forward.?; King, conter; Romaey aiw"1
Jacobson, resoi-vcs. 1Bi'
SECOND SERIES WILL m
"BE PLAYED" TOMGH
The Commercial Basketball . leaguef
second series will bo pla.yed tonight.
dlcations point lo a large, attendance1,
Wednesday night's, opening broushtthM
players much favorable comment anSA
'from, .mow on the progress 'of the eooB
test will bo watched -with interest by -p
wide following. H
The captains of" tho different IcafflK,
havo been going over their Squade- HJj
patch up- weak places with playUTJ frpB
the reserve llet. No registered pIttyer.B
barred, however, and anyone tPB
arllv released may again appca,n. proyltt
Ing"a good showing "to made in claseeftwM
In tho- Inst meet the Halllday . .rjH
company team showe4 tip strongAl aiB
Captain Hammond pxpcgta his "boyiB
win the oennant wfth ease. .This eoSjM
dence, he aay?, is based on hia sQttJH
oeven tlrst-class men and. the. nflOTM
team work thoy-displayjed -lnWepi
day's game . .
Howevor, the other leader ,nav?B
matorial that must be- taken Mo-JM
sideration. They promiao to- tfijitt'J&jjjH
mond's boy3 a lively run.'oC ft "rojl
conceding victory to his qumtettV-M
A. A. 0. TbURNAJVJ15NjM
Oscar B. Gingrich, "physical 'ecfljM
the Y. M. C. A., ii-h: hcrp'rofort 'MH
acted officially vs Utah r.epiTjSftntatly
tho Amateur, Athletic. Jnjop.S'haM
nounced that no tournament wilt QCq'flBB
here thla aeaHon under ,ffco, UWl?S5M
the union, owing lo tho ap ttW&-GUW
tavus T. KIrby, prP!)ldeiif?-Df.5WJ ,-?hEH
I had declined to name .iny-4jr4-ma 8d'-53H
from the Rocky Mountain ljitlon.JM
was published- exclusively. .WterOfM
sporting columns of Tho'.THblTntV . tljM
HowcvcV. Mr. Gingrich aoHiQplfiW
the statement that JJtvania.tvfjSSM
tournament Including the pffi&gffiiM
Ing and wrestling, will c UoJlSSB
the local theaters early n.j'QgnffisSa
Though thd exact dlo bus' VjM LiJtfB
this tournament will prohuJlyte.e
February J, V arid S. , t - pM
Papc Clofis to 3uffa1g.-r,f;jJ
BOSTON, Jan. V'lM
last two years 'picp11bcr---J SOTB
American Ibaguc rtalngW
tonight u. tho Buffalo cfub- bf 'qFM
ternatlonal league, .-H
Harvard; Ooaclr lu -rloaoitaT: ?'hjM
CAMBRtb.GlT, ms. Ja'TSSH
E. Qulnn. tho'lTarvan
In Held cv.mts and hurdles, was Tpmov
from his home' today to j&c M?MM
setts general -hospital.. HrficoDdWo