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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN FRIDAY MORNING, JULY 24, 1908. '
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Visitors welcome Get off car at Tenth street. Special summer rates. Booklet free. W. RAY SIMPSON, Manager. THE NEW ROSSLYN wmm 443 South Main St, LOS ANGELES, CAL. RATES: European, 75o to $2. American, 1.50 to S3.00. FREE BUSS MEETS ALL TRAINS on Saturday- disqualified." When they heard the decision the members of the American committee met and passed a resolution ordering the men not to run Saturday. James Sullivan, the American commissioner for the games, Barlow S. Weeks, J. B. McCabe, Gustavus Kirby, Everett C. Brown and Alonzo Stagg, members of the American committee, sat in their room in the hotel this evening the most disgusted lot of Americans ever gathered in England. Commissioner Sullivan was the spokesman and the others upheld what he said. "Let us in the first place," said Sullivan, "discuss the arrange ments of the track. It was unfair, es pecially to Taylor, and apparently the arranging was done by a man who did not want all the contestants to get a fair start. Taylor's position caused him to get away yards behind which he could never regain. . "Now, for the race. Carpenter at the crack of the pistol took the lead and did the only thing he could do and win, that was to take all the run ning out of Halsewell in the first 300 yards. As a result he gave the spec tators the fastest 300 yards ever seen at the stadium. The 220 yards he cov ered fn 23 seconds and at 300 yards he had Halsewell out. Carpenter had the pole, but he did not run close to it. "He run well out at the first bend, and coming to ihe second bend, lead ing to the straight away, he ran wide as he had a perfect right to do. 'Halsewell, Instead of taking advan tage of the chance of cutting into the post, remained in his old position. At tliat point, probably J 10 yards from home. Carpenter turned his head to see who was there and then, swinging up the stretch, he gave the English public 110 yards Uiey had not seen equalled this week. Halsewell was all out before the stretch was reached. The Americans have found in Carpen- First and Main Sts, ler.a uisiance. LOS ANGELES, CAL. .Never in my life, and I have been RATES: American, $1.50 abiding athletic meetings Mr thirty- to $2.50. European, 50c to one years, have 1 witnessed a scene I mat struck me as being so unsports- THE NATTiCK HOUSE HEADACHE "Myfatfawhadbmn a sufferer from tick headache for the last twenty -Are rears and newer found anjr relief until be began akluc your Caacarett. Since he Las beenu taking Oascareta he baa never hail the headache. They bare entirely cured him. Can carets do what you recommend them to do. I will ciTe you the privilege of using his name.'-' K M. Dickson. 1120 Resiner tit., W.lodianapolia, Ind 5 Remnant S r-4 f.-4 Best For The Bowels CAN PV CATHARTIC Pleanant. Palatable, Potent, Taste Good. Do Oood, Never titckeDt Weaken or tiripu. lOe, 4e, S4K. Never sold In bulk. The genuine tablet stamped CCU. 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LOMA LINDA SANITARIUM Loina Linda, or Jlill Beautiful, Is the name of one of Southern California's most beautifully located sanitariums, near Redlands, sixty-two miles east of Los Angeles, on main line of the S. 1 The Battle Creek methods of treatment are carefully administered. Sum mer prices from June to October. Sanitarium, Loma Linda. Calif. Send for Booklet Loma Linda Hotel Westminster Los Angeles, Cal. fourth und Mm n am American Plan Reopened Rates O CA Rooms Per Day without Bath Rooms with Ruth $3, $3,50 and $4 European Plan jl.on per lav and up Willi bath l.iJ and up F.O.JOHNSON, Prop. HOTEL BROADWAY COURT. 207 No. Broadway, Los Angeles. High, Cool and Comfortable. Rooms with running hot water, 60c and 75c per day up. Housekeeping suites completely furnished, $16 month up. Baths, phrnes, elevator, etc. Strictly modern. MILLS COLLEGE. For Young Women. Only Coast- Woman's College on Pacifie Offers same advantages as lst Eastern institutions. Full Col legiate course. Degrees conferred. For 3 years only, the three upper rl.'isseR of the Sominnrv Dent. offer ing preparation frir Mills College, the Universities and Eastern Colleges, will be continued. (Accredited) Spe cial opportunities in Domestic Science, Music and Art. Earnest Christian influences; non-sectarian; all forms of healthful out-door amusements. Ideal location In beau tiful Oakland hills. Fall term begins Aug. 12. '08. For catalogue, and Brochure of views, address Mrs. C. T. Mills, President, Mills College P. O., Calif. manlike and unfair as that in which the officials participated. When Car penter started to leave Halsewell be hind the .officials cried 'foul' in unison and raised their hands and hats, while the announcer ran around also yelling 'foul.' Furthermore, they did an un sportsmanlike act in running up the track in an endeavor to stop Carpenter coming through and deliberately and meanly broke the tape so as not to give him the honor. "They practically declared that it was no race, without authority. There was but one man in the arena who had authority to do that and he was the referee. The referee did not do so, but a lot of excites! officials ran about screaming 'foul,' 'no race." it was their decision that was announced. "Suppose Curpenter and Robbing had met with an accident, would it still be declared no race? If the officials conducting the Olympic sports had any spirit of good fellowship and treat ed our boys as we would have treated them if they had gone to America, our men would have gone out and run the race over again; but they will not. The race was as fair as any race ever run. "We never said a word when two Englishmen tried to line up in front of Eisele In the race last week, nor when Deacon Wilson tried to run down Shcppard, things which they glory in over here and which their pa pers laud them for doing. Again, in the 800 meters. Crawford went in to kill Shephard off to allow Just, his team mate, to win, but they could not do it. If they had we would not have murmured, for they believe in doing those things over here, actions that would be condemned as a mean trick in America." The formal announcement of the American committee Is as follows: "We have decided to protest against the decision as unfair because the of ficials declared 'no race' without con sideration." The American committee further announced tonight, that al though Carpenter and Robbins would not get Olympic medals, they would receive medals from the American com mittee and they would be credited with the win In America. Committeeman McCabe said the breaking of the tape was done under the influence of 30,000 people who fill ed the stands and who were Inflamed by the games, the officials ami the newspapers. "It was no surprise to me," he said, "in view of the state ni -lit:! of the morning . papers that Halsewell had been pocketed at Ath ens and that today's race would be watched by the people. It is fair to astuuie, therefore, that the audience was ready to denounce an American vic tory in the 40 meters race and that the officials were. Influenced by that fact," Carpenter, a bright, quiet, young American who docs not look as though he could do a trick, and who, his team' mates say, would be the last to resort to fouling to win med als, thus describes the race: "As we approached the last liend Rob1ins had the pole and was leading by a yard. I made my effort there. I certainly ran wide, as I have done every time I have been on the track. Halsewell had lots of room to pass me on cltner slue. "It Is ridiculous to talk of team 'boring or pocketing as good a man as Halsewell Is In a quartermile race. No team could do it. We had noth ing of the kind in view; we had Just raced him off his feet and he could not stand the pace. Ray Ewry, the American high jumper, who left the high jumping contest to watch the men pass the turn and who Immediately afterwards made a note of the tracks left by the running shoes, said: "At no time was there any lapping or confusion of the tracks. I thought Halsewell had lost his head. He had the op tion of going either on the inside or on the outside of Carpenter, but apparently he could not make up his mind what to do." All the men agree that Trainer Michael Murphy called the runners together before the start of the race. telling them what a good man they to beat and how careful they their hardest. They all say they were doing this and nothing more. F. Leroy Holmes of Chicago also had an unpleasant experience with the spectators this afternoon. He was giving a splendid exhibition in standing high Jump when without any cause whatever, tne spectators commenced to "boo." This got so bad that the referee had to call out that if the disturbance did not stop the jumping would be postponed. This threat served to bring quiet after" Holmes had been madevery uncom fortable. This and other signs of ill feeling" toward the Americans has not escap ed the notice of continental visitors, the French representatives who have been following the sports particularlyL condemn the way in which the Americans have been treated. After the 400 meters race and the Holmes incident they, with other of . tlieii countrymen, took up arguments in behalf of the Americans. America is not alone in its protes- tations against . unrair treatment:' Sweden has withdrawn all its men from the Graeco-Roman wrestling contest on the ground that one of the Swedes, Anderson, was unfairly de prived of a iMiut yesterday. Whatever may be the , facta of the . unfortunate episode both the English and Americans flrmiy believe that their men were absolutely right and j the others wholly wrong. The result j is likely to be extremely damaging j to Anglo-American athletics for years I to come. The British public takes ' sport more seriously than any other nation and has the fullest confidence in English judges, and receives the decisions in international events with implicit confidence. Moreover the Englishman concerned in the event. Lieutenant Halsewell. is a gentleman of the highest standing and an officer of a iopular regiment j which counts for much with his rountrvmen . who are certain that he ! would not knowingly profit by an un fair ruling In his favor. Other event of the day seem un important as compared with the eruption over rile' 400 meter race. The 20 meter contest was a splendid con test and Kerr, the Canadian, won. as was anticipated, but the Americans, Cloughen and Cartmell. gave him a fierce struggle, the three finishing al most together. Kerr received an ova tion. The Americans applauded him as enthusiastically as did his own peo ple. The standing higb jump was almost exclusively an American event. Ray Ewry of the New York A. C. won the final, topping the bar at 5 feet 2 Inches. His Greek competitor, Tslch itaras. was an inch below him, tying with J. A. Bailler of The Brooklyn Cen tral Y. M. C. A. Holmes gained a certificate of merit for a jump of five feet. O'Kelley of the United Kingdom, won the final catch as catch can wrestling heavyweight. over 161 pounds; France's team took the first honors in fencing with the Hungarian tenn for sabres. The American heat winners at 110 hurdles were J. C. Garrells of the Chi cago A. A., William Rand of Harvard, F. C. Smithson of the Multnomah A. S., L. W. Howe of Yale, and A. B Shaw of Dartmouth. The United Kingdom took seven heats in the events nnd Belgium and Norway one each. Sir Thomas Lipton has invited the American athletes and oflfcials to make a cruise on the Erin next month. o STANDARD OIL CASE TO BE TRIED AGAIN The President Not Cast Down by an Adverse Decision. 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