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DESERET EVENING NEWS THURSDAY JANUARY 13 1910
r LOCAL SPORTS AND SCHOOL ATHLETICS
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t GAME OF SOCCER
L 1 IS BEING BfiOSTEO
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t Ucctlm Callcd for Friday NIht to
S Discuss 1Vays and Ical1S to Stir
1 Up Interest In Sport
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° Next Friday night a meeting will be
Z held to discuss ways and means or pop
i ularizing nlJsoclation football In Ulah
I William Senlco will chairman or tho
H meotlng
e A decIded boost to thc game through
out the countr line resulted dace
2 coach Stl1SI or the University ot Chien
go and Coach Hulr at tho University or
IllinoIs have scllldulcd nn locll1t1on
t football battle between their unlersl
tics next full The two coaches say this
InitIal httcrcoilogc soccer contest Is
jrrobably the forerunner of annual nsso
ciallon schedules between the Dig
Eight Institutions
Casper Whitney a well known AmerI
can sporting man fn an article In Col
liers Weekly ot Jan Ii UHO strongly
foists the gamo and recommend Its
adoption nJn lhOth public schools of Now
forot a tlsohoots and colleges
throughout tho country
There III no doubt there aro many who
would enthuse over the sport If they
knoW the game Some wlsa ones have
t 5fllrl It III not manly enough and too
z t gentle owIng to the fact that there Is
chanco ot haIr
small kllllllC 11 mall
z under the rules Ono may Os well apply
0 such statement to bnsobnll ns In this
great gamo roughness 1s ellmlnnloo but
Il Is nO less oxclllnl and manly Yhan °
two crack soccer teams meet the game
Is as Cast as basketball only on a lang
er scale the ball being flashed up und
down the field by the feet or the play
GI1I the hand not being used nt all
except py the goalkokper 1ndhidual
lIrlbbles and cOmbln machinelike
movements make the game very pectnc
ular so spectacular In tact that at
Icllllllncs of over l00h have been at
S tructcd to championship games ht the
rIh W
htc
old country while 60000 and ew nre
Quite common It Js c8sentlRlJ 0 gomo
of skill rather than strength although a
man must hao a fairly gOOd phslQuo
to keep on tho run and dodge for ro
minutes with only 10 minutes Intermis
sion between halos
All Interested In tho game are cordlnl =
ly invited 10 attend the meeting to bo
held Friday night at Gibsons cafe G3
1 east First South street tOS oclock
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CLASS BASKETBALL
AT HIGH SCHOOL
1i There were two lively class bnsketbyll
Jnn1M at the Salt Lako high school
t j Wednesday afternoon when the 110111018
1 and freshmen gIrls Learns clashed atfd
chic sophomores and juniors fought It
I out fho seniors defeated tho freshmen
by a score Of 2i to 6 and the sophe
mores defeated the juniors 7 to 6
JI The cOntests marked the close ot tho
It 4 first half ot the Interclass series at the
high school and the seniors and sophomores
110 mores are now tied for championship
JI tenors
O Tho r sulls or games played up to date
10 follows
iO Doe 15 191Sonlor8 8 Juniors 3
11 Dee 15 lm8ophomores 11 Frosh
01 mon a
GO Jan 13 lIGSenJors 25 Freshmen 6
9t Jan 12 lnGSophomores 7 Juniors G
rII r The teams lined up Il8 follows
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00 Sonlors Freshman
rJI Brown LF Fox
rn a Stout Hardy
00 Cannon RG CoO
91 ThompsonLG Whntnor
10 I Geary C Ertman
I IlutchlnsonIt C Nilson
i9 Jennings
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CURLERS PRACTISING FOR BIG MEETING OBE HELD IN DULUTH MINN AND WORLDS
II CHAMPION CURLER I
Devotees that slippery and fas
cinating Scotch game curling wIll have
a big Inning when the men meet to
decide the national honors In Duluth
Minn this week beSlnnlg today Sixty
rinks are entered and nearly all the
cracks or the land will competo In
what promises to bo one of the great
oft bonsplels held In title country In
some years RI H Bob Dunbar oC
St Paul who was enthroned king oC I
the bra game In 1905 and Is ac
knowledged premier curler of the
world Is expected to take part In the
tourney In the last 13 years Dunbar
has carried oft the Individual cham
pionship In points seven times a rec
ord no other player has ever approach
ed In Scotland curling Is quite as
much or an Institution IlS SoICper
haps moro soond possesses the same
happy characteristics or being equal
ly suited to young and old As soon ns
the ice bears every ono who can take a
holiday Is oft to the loch armod with
a birch broom The rinks are soon
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Field basketsSenlors DnIll10 Brown
S Immer 1 Free throwsImmer 7
Juniors Sophomores
Rouse LF Fernstrom
Shlslds ILF Bltnor
BurrowsRG Redman
Hawloy LG Prlllo
Kimball
Wilcox DomnRC Cowan Arnold
Field blUlketllFernstrom 2 ROLJe 2
Free throvsSllIcld 1 Bltnor 3
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in use for over 80 years has borne the signature of
t and has > ccnmade under his per
t lional supervision since its infancy
N Allow no one to deceive youin thLJ
All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood are but
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Exp rimcnts that tr1fie with and endanger the health of
Infants and ChildrenExperience against Experiment
t What is CASTORIA
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ii Castor Oil Pare
Castoria is a harmless substitute for a
gorse Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It
Contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic
A substance Its age is its guarantee destroys Worms
and allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea and Wind
to Col1c It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation
and FlatNlcncy It assiml1ntcs the Food regulates the
p Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep
i The Childrens PanaceaThe Mothers Friend
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
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The Kind Yon Hava Always Bought
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THC CCHTU COYIMY TT YYILYTeLT HItWVOftK crrt
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II RED STREAKS OF HONESTY EXIST IN EVERYBODY
from honest debts than any other col
lr t le h otlon tt ob 1ngeaY collect tho more world money The ides that people whose claims are turned
to nfgec7cc110 are dlehonest and w 111 not pay until they have to has
long to us ago for been dIscarded Yo collected mOney for allot the following Read the
list you will know some ot them
° Continental LICe Insurance and In
ve lment Co cit1
i GNrge II wood MercnnUle Block
citY
Mildred E Deason Chicago m
DrJ W Taylor m South Seventh
p al Rtroct clt
George 8 Martin Casper Wyo
Provo Meat d Packing Co Provo Utah
James W Condio lnjl Haven Ida
T Leber G72 South Ninth East street
city
t J W Gcsstord 2 11 South West Tom f
° plclrtreet elty
J HPrcCcc G1l South Wot Temple
stroot dry
h W M Sanderson 19 Weat SIxth South
street city
4k Rocky MountaJn Boll Telephone Co
city
cityE CBasloy Drlnton utah
iJ s Dlnwoode lt1rnlture Uo city
Sto > O Amlcono Blnlthrim Can on Utah
G R Bowers lW Ash street San
plago Cal B
Claims are not turned to U9 for oollecUon because people have less con
r fldenee In the Integrity ot their dobtorll but because they need tho money
People will pay their honest debts We are proving It every day In the
rf year ThIs Association collect for tho merchantS bankers doctors waiters
cooks sheepherders barber dressmalcers minerE and In jest everybody
I everYwhere and tn your town Wo will collect some mono for you It you
i0 turn lu your claims
ItlliHCHAlOTS PROTECTIVE 5500 iATION
f SeltnUfto Ccllecton ufrloneat DIJtc
I Rooms 77to too CommercIal National Dank Building Salt Lake Clt7
Utah FRANCIS G LUKE aeneral Manger
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marked out and matches are arrang
ed The dukes and the tradesmen the
Pastors and their flocks play togeth
er A true curler and a good man are
synonymous and they are the only
qualifications sought for The game
has been popular In Scotland for at
least three centuries It Is thought
that toward the latter Dart of the
fifteenth century the sport was Intro
duced Into that country by Flemish
merchants The game had Its first reg
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WRESTLING MATCH
Local Fans Greatly Interested In Con
test nt Salt Lake Theater Friday
NhhtWu1I1cr feets YokeJ
Harry lIellgrcn Is arranging for a num
ber ot high class wrestling matches to
take place In this city In tho near future
ture the first being scheduled for Fri
day night at the Salt Lake thetter when
Gu Anderson und Stanley Karp will
again moot on the mat In the Osdcnl
match Karp won in two straight falls
but Anderson claimed the altitude was
too much for him and ho asked for a
return match Harp readily consented
and declares he will again defeat the
clever mat artlbt from Kansas
Both men are now in splendid form
and ready for the fray Anderson SIlj
he vvlll wit Karp saga ho will again be
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the victor so with both in good shape
and full ot confidence the fans should
sco a great contest lhe wInner will ho
matched to meet Mike Yokel the crack
of the Yo M C A As a prellmlnar to
Friday nights contest Dale Dean will
attempt to throw Arthur lacko twice In
B minutes Dean Is a middleweight and
MackelL welterweight and both are ot
the Y M C A Pure winner of the match
with Yokel will then be required to SO
against Al AckermlUl
LITTLE FELLOWS ARE
TRAINING FOR BOUT
Peanuts Sinclair the clever little box
er ot the Manhattan club and Tommy
Fitzgerald have settled down to actlv1
training for their toround contest to tako
place on Jan IP Sinclair will clo his
work lit the club gym and Fltzsorald
Will bo trained by Andy Malloy at Mur
ray The youngsters have Info each as
a side bet and this Indicates they mean I
business The placo whore the bout Js I
to be held line not been decided upon
yet Tho boys are to weigh In at 120
pounds
Y M C A FIVE WINS
FROM UNIVERSITY
Although It wag announced only ns It
practlse game the basketball cOntest
VedneIday afternoon at 530 botween the
Y M C A and the Unlerlllt ot Utah
iWo proed one ot the most exciting con
tests ever seen In this city Tho associa
tion five won by n score of 35 to 29 At
the end of the first halt tho unlcrslty
boys were In tho lend 17 to 11 but to
ward the close ot tho second half the
association boys came back with a rush
that was too much for the boys from
the bench and they were defeated by tho
score stated above Both teams played
a brilliant game and greatly pleased
those who were fortunate enough 10 see
the contest The lineup was us follows
Y M C A University
Metcalf and
HammondLF Evans
Grundfor and
Romne and
Erickson
AnllorMnC Horsfall
Guan IG Roskolly
HolslngtonRG Holmstead
llmerl1addock
MISS CHATTERTON WINS
MEDAL IN FAST RACE
Miss Bfflo Chatterton was the winner
of the gold medal In tho roller skating
couple race Wednesday evenIng Till
contest was witnessed by a largo crowd
and the spectators greatly enjoyed tho
test of speed between M1K5 Chat rton
and Miss Fellows Joe Bowen skated
wIth Miss Fellows and Lawrence Vance
with Mills Chatterton The race wa for
half a mill and the contestants started
from opposite sides ot the course six
laps to the half mile For tour laps
there was little It any difference but In
the firth Miss Chatterton and her part
ner made a gain that gave them the
raco by nearly II quarter of a lap
This evening Eph Jacobson will be ono
ot the prJnclpals In the second race ot
a Cries for the state championship His
opponent will be Clydo Scholleld and the
roller fans look for a fast race Jacob
son meets Fenton Hardy Saturday night
and one night next week will ho riven it
chanco to nne the Vlfto championship I
from Willie Schatz
FAREWELL TO BROWN
At 630 thlll evening there will 118 s
farewell receptlol1 telld1lrcd to 1ihvOUd S
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ular start on this continent under the
auspices or the Montreal club which
was organized In 1807 From that time
on the sport has steadily increased In
popularity here In the United States
nearly every city where Ice forms on
the lakes or rivers cutlers can be
seen dally participating In their fav
orite pastime Illustration No1 shows
curlers prncllslnJ for coming tourney
No2 shows curler about to bowl the
stone
Brown or the Y ML C A Mr Brown Is
going to the Philippine Islands to lake
chatgn of physical culture work of three
nhi Uj rf
associations there Mr Brown was with
the local association for four years and
made many friends as well M nn envi
able record as an athletic director and
his friends wish him success In his new
position
NO BASEBALL ROW
Chicago Jan 1Garry Herrmann
chairman oC the National baseball com
mission conferred with representatles
or the local semlproCesslon baseball
teams here today and 1l Is Bald that
plans for Il orltlnE agreement were ar
ranged Some local teams have been
classed as outlaws because of tho pte
01C6 oC plllCIS who have been declared
ineligible hy the national commission
It Is the present plan Jf agreed on
thlll the semiprofessionals are not LO
play Inellglblo players on their teams
whllo organized baseball teams will be
required to obtain the consent ot own
ers before taking players from the semi
professional teams
SILVER KNIGHT WINS
FROM THE FAVORITE
Oakland Jan 12In one ot tho best
finishes ot the season Sliver Knight beat
Fort Johnson favorite for the Alameda
handicap at EmeryJllo today Arasoo
was withdrawn leaving five to face the
starter Fort Johnson was making his
fIrst appearance but was regarded ns
tho best and was heavily played In the
last quarter the MacKenzie gelding chal
longed Sliver Knight but was not quite
on edge and was beaten In a drive
Fralllt Ferris heavily supported won
the ycarold event In fast time Re
sults
First race six furlongs sclllngVap
log Shllllns 4 to I won Burnell 101
Gross 12 to I second Lady RensBcllar
100 Callahnn 20 to 1 third time
11536 CobblC5kllJ Galvanic Bold Pick
away Copperl1cld Jim Hnnnn Sotlmoos
CI and Luxurlo finished ns named
Second race three furlongs purse
rtlllk Ferris 110 Marlin 3 to 2 won
Soon IN Walsh 12 to 1 second Amar
gosa 105 Vospor 16 to 1 third time
1135 Robert Hurst Korinak Presto
lito Stanley S Adrian Jack Striker
Kerry Gow and Sir VJctor tlnlshed 115
named
Third race futurity course selling
Jolm H Sheehan 101 C Williams 11 10
5 won Nogazan 109 Vesper 3 to I
second E M Fry 100 Martin 6 to 1
third tJmol10 Gilbert Rose Mllpllas
and J H Laughroy flnLshcd as named
Fourth race mile and a sixteenth Ala
meda handlcaJSlIver Knight 103 Vos
per 13 to 6 won Fort Johnson 103 Co
burn 11 to 6 second Raleigh 00 K do
ris lt to 5 third timel4G Hlldzu
and Rosealo Jlnlshoo ns named
rIfth race one mile 13011lngJohn
Louts 116 Vospor 3 to 1 won Bishop
W 111 Dusan 3 to I second Rotund
and Hound 113 Mulligan IS to I third
lImelH Buckthorn Dorothy Lcd
gctt Convent Bell Tony Faust nndTro
clln IInllhed al named
Sixth race live furlongs purseCop
pertown 104 WnIllh 4 to 1 won Daddy
alp 107 Dujllu 7 to 10 second Dlnocu
lal 107 Buton S to 1 thIrd tlmelOO
Silk Hlndoo Star Myles OConnell Juan
and Prldo ot Lismoru IInhlhed as named
AT JACKSONVilLE
Jacksonville FIn Jan 12Warmer
weather prevailed hero today and a largo
crowd attended the lIoncrlct park races
toss Ankle ot S to I proved the good
thlnh In tho opening event winnIng cast
11y from the favorite Bertha E The
featufo race was tho Lake City stakes
over a distance of ono mile Spellbound
with Henry up had the raco his WilY
all the way and won easily Yho price on
him at closing time being 5 to 1 Sum
mary
FIrst raco flee furlongs Breeders
parseRose Arklo a to 1 won Bertha
tll Bt
r 7 to 6 secotld Profit 12 to 1 third
Umcl a1
Second race sIx furlongs sc1l1nIFur
J1IlCO even won Orama 13 to 6 second
Ballot Box 16 to I third tlmol13
Third race seven furlongS selling
Grand Dame 3 to 6 won Aunt Kate 7
to I second Flarne 15 to 1 thIrd
limq1231 u
Fourth race Lake City selling stakes
mileSpellbound 6 to 1 won Campaign
or 0 to 2 second Plate 25 to 1 thIrd
tlmol Hi
Fifth race mile eellingStonoman g
to 1 won Cablegram 7 to 1 second
Elysium 20 to 1 third time142
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Sixth race mile and a sixteenth Boll
IngRoseboro It to 10 won Elgin 10 to
11 fJgln di
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5 second Billy Pullman 9 to 1 thlttl
tlme14935
Two carloads LlnolJumsprJnted
and inlaidthe famous English
corUclncs Z C 11 I Carpet Dept
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PAULHAN MAY flY
TO SAN DIEGO
Enthulastto Admirers Present French
Jlntor With S500 Sliver CuP
Tins Is Insndcna Day
Los Angeles Cal Jan Exhilarated
by his easy success In breaking all high
flight records Loulll PnulhlI1 the
French aviator who became n world
hero by his exploit of yesterday may
next eSf a a flight to San Diego which
lies moro than 100 miles southward In
nn air IIno from the Dominguez aviation
IIclilAfler
After enthusiastic visitors from the
Bouthlrn city had pre8ent Paulhan
with the Ito IIIIer cup trophy for his
Ihrllllnl achievement they extended him
a pressing invitation to visit ban Diego
nt your convenience
Pl1ullmn replied Not mine but my
engines conenlence
When ho was asked today It that
meant that ho would attempt such a
flight ho answered
rt Is not Impossible In endurance
tests other aviators have traveled more
than 100 miles though never between
cities that far apart
Then he recalled the fact that Curtlls
machines have fuel capacIties for flights
of 10 hours duration nt 30 miles nr hour
and remlllled that ns hIs Farmnn hl
planes were much larger with cor
rcsllondlngly larger motors and tanks ho
Saw no reason why he should not make
such flight
This however Is Pasadena day at
Aviation camp and that may suggest to
tho Frenchman a flight to Pasadena In
stead
BEAT RECORD SOO FELT
The oxncl height Paulhn reached
yesterday in his marvelous fllght Is yet
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in doubt The judges are still working
out tho figures or lice triangulation But
Lathams It is certain that he has surpassed I
Iourmolon record by ot least
SOO feet The last figures the Judges
nllllollnced wore 4H6 feet but before the
calculations are completed today It I
be found that the altitude reached may was
but 100 or 200 feet less than a mill In
any event tho Frenchman has reached
the height or the snowmantled moun
taIns that surround tho aviation field
And that Is what he said hc wOuld do
tho day ho arrived
Corlland Field Bishop ot New York
president ot the Aero club ot America
was one ot the mOlt enthusiastic wit
i nesses ot the I1Igh
i It Was a magnificent achievement and
one 01 the most important at the
the ho said and ho added that it was age all
moro marvolous because 01 the tact
that
Pnulhan has been nn nllltor not
mora than sIx or eight months
paulhnn Is still under 30 Just lw
much under ho politely
declines
111 to say
Bishop first know hIm foul
years
IO IS the engineer ot
ono of the French
Iovernments dirigible war balloons
De
ore that he Is said to have
boon nn
aerial wire
walker
so that ho
to
came
bo In avIator by
degrees Ho JIS his
own best
moohanlclan but that Is nat
ural
IlS he
started
out
IUJ
n mechanic
and exchanged
tho overall for the
spangled tights of tho wire performer
CHAMPION KRAMER
IN SIXDAY RACE
I Now York Jan 12Fmnle Kramer
the national sprint champion is going
to Join the sixday riders Kramer
I who for 10 years hall been the king ot
cyclists will make his maiden long
distance effort In the Newark sixday
race which will be held In the First
Regiment armory Feb 7 to 12
Kramers partner will be Willie Fenn
another sprint crack who will make
his debut In 1ho sixday game also
Fenn who was the Boy Wonder n
few years ago Is ono ot the best all
round riders the
game has ever pro
duced and he Is known as tho handl
cap king
The track for the race will b6 con
structed along highly scientific lInes
It will be one toot higher nIl around
than the Madison Square Garden
1
saucer Tne turns will bo banked 80
that greater speed will bo secured 111
well till reducing the liability or falls
rhls will mean fewer accidents and
less Injured riders
A noel seathig system will also bo
Introduced All the track will cover up
the armory floor seats row ot bleach
ers five tiers high will be erected along
the stretches on each side running un
to within a few feet ot the balcony In
tile gllllerY Heats run along on three
sides On tho fourth side back or ono
ot the curves circus seats to accom
modate IQOO will bo erected The
slating capacity of the place will bo
between 4000 and 6000
ANNUAL BONSPIEl
IS ON AT DULUTH
Duluth Mlnn Jan 12Tho annual
bonsplel ot the Northwestern Curling
association opened In Duluth this morn
Ing with about 210 curlers In attendance
from Winnipeg St lc Minneapolis
Superior Wla f R 1nyPl River Port Ar
thur Fort William Phillips Wls and
Virginia Minn
There aro seven ceonta In all More
than 1000 was Subscribed by Duluth
curlers for the entertainment of the visi
tors
The first draws were ntnde early to
day Thoro will bofive draws a day
beginning at S ocloek and lasting until
10 oclock at night
DENVER BllLiARDlST
DEFEATS DE ORO
Now Work Jan 12Fred EamM of
Denver wOn the worlds champlonslllp
at threecushion carom billiards tonight
from Alfred De Oro Cuban title holder
In the third block ot 60 points played
by a final score ot 11 to 137
Do Oro played a plucky uphill game
scoring i6 to his opponents 60 tonIght
but was unable to overcome tho load or
31 points which Eamell had at the end
or the second block last night when
the score stood 100 to 61 Eamell high
run was 4 to De Oros 6
JOY MILLER MISSING
Detroit Jan 12Consldelable comment
hall been occasioned by the report that
Toy Miller University of Mchigan football
t vt etJ
ball player has been missing since Jan
4 Ho left Detroit ostensibly to go
to Ann Arbor to reply to charges that
resulted In his selection ns football cap
tain being repudiated on the ground that
he had not been IL regular enrolled stu
dent during the footbllll season
Millers father James C 111101 said
toclay that criticism and football Injuries
had possibly unsettled the young mans
mind Mr Mlllor said he had made every
ettoll to locate his Bon but without sue
coca
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The suits are with knickerbocker j
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Dont allow this opportunity
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