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THE T Ir SALT IAEE LAKEaERALD HERALD iiMtALDFRIDAY FRIDAY MARCH 2 1906 tr
LHERALD HERALD SPORTING NEWS NEWSk
GOOD OOD NEWS FOR FORlOCAL FORr
r lOCAL L0C4LBOWLERS L0C4LBOWLERSI BOWLERS BOWLERSEf
I Wfort Ef BE rl Will Be Made to Secure En Env Entries Thities
v tries Prom om All Outside OutsideTJtah OutsideUtah OutsideUtaTos
Utah UtaTos UtaTosDELEGATES Towns TownsDELEGATES TownsDELEGATES
DELEGATES ARE ELECTED ELECTEDBUSINESS ELECTEDBUSINESS ELECTED8USNESS
BUSINESS MEETING MEETING OF CON CONGRESS CONGRESS CONGRESS ¬
GRESS NEXT WEDNESDAY WEDNESDAYA
c A general meeting meetingof of the bowlers was washeld waseld washeld
held eld at the Commercial club last even evening evening evenIng ¬
ing where they theywere were addressed by Sec Secretary SecretarY Secretar ¬
retary retar Jenkins of q f the Western Bowling Bowlingcongress Bowlingcongress Bowlingcongress
congress and general Sener l business relative to tothe tothe tothe
the tournament next week was discussed discussedOn
On account of the congress being b ing held at atSalt atSalt atSalt
Salt Lake this year the question of trying tryingto
to get et a large representation from out outside outside outside ¬
side Utah towns was discussed and an aneffort aneffort ant
t effort will be made to get teams either eitherfie eitherfive eitherfive
five men twc men n or individual bowlers bowlersfrom bowlersfrom bowlersfrom
from such places as Ogden Logan Provo ProvoPark ProvoPark ProvoPark
Park City CI Eureka Bingham Murray Murrayand Murrayand Murrayand
and such SU h other places as have bowling bowlingAlleys bowlingellcs bowlingUeys
Alleys Some of the above named towns townshave townshave townshave
have already agreed to send teams but butat butor butax
at effort will be made to have a repre representative representat1v representative ¬
sentative from each of the towns townsDelegates townsDelegatc5 townsDeIegates
Delegates Are Selected SelectedThe
The meeting elected delegates to the theannual theannual theannual
annual congress meeting which will be beheld beheld beheld
held next tle t Wednesday morning before the thechampionship thechmpionsblp thechanipionship
championship matches begin beginEach beginEach beginEach
Each city in the congress con ess with a league leagueis
is entitled to one o e representative for each eachfour eachfour eachfour
four teams in the league As the city cityand cityand cityaxd
and Commercial Commerclal1eagues leagues of this place both bothJiave both1ave bothhave
have eight teams or had when the theleagues theleagues theleagues
leagues were organized four delegates delegatesand delegatesand delegatesand
and four alternates were selected to rep represent represent represent ¬
resent them They are for the City Cityleague Cityleague Cityleague
league A W Smith mith and Henry Evans EvansC
I C M Williams and W S Zehring al alternates atternates alternates ¬
ternates for the Commercial league J JCollins JComns JCollins
Collins and R W Ruttle and Dr I S SKirkwood SKirkwood SIrkwood
Kirkwood and W H Kilpatrick alter alterYlt alternates alterflie
Ylt nates nateshemeeting S SThe
The hemeeting meeting also decided to Issue a anumber anumber anumber
number of season tickets for the tourna tournament tournament tournaraent ¬
ment which will be disposed of to help helpswell helpEwell helpEwell
Ewell the prize money It is figured that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the larger the prizes the better the visit visiting visiting visiting ¬
ing bowlers will be pleased pleas As the local localbowlers localbowlers localbowlers
bowlers secured the tournament to boost boostSalt boostSalt boost5alt
Salt Lake as much as anything else their theirchief theirchief theirchief
chief alm will be to have the visitors visitorsreturn visItorsreturn visitorsreturn
for forthe fortbe forthe
return home as a boosting committee
the city of opportunities opportunitiesTwoMan opportlI1itiesTwoMan opportinitiesTwoMan
TwoMan Team Match Tonight TonightA TonightspecIal
A special tmoman team bowling match matchhas matchhas matchlws
has been arranged arrang d for this evening evenin which whichshould whichshould whichshould
should prove pro e to be one of the best con contests cont conttsts ¬
tests t ts seen on the local alleys for some sometime sometime somet4me
time The contesting teams are A L LJenkins LJenkins I Iienltins
Jenkins and Hanes A W Smith and andTalamantes andTalamantes andTalamantes
Talamantes Grover Smith and Price PriceEvans PriceEvans PriceEvans
Evans and Probert ProbertIP ProbertREn ProbertLIHI
IP MS DEFEAT APQLLOS APQLLOSr
11 i 5v1aiager v1 t1ager Neil NeilConcedes Concedes Point PointatAm1
1 r tat M atAm1 Am Fork F ark Demanded Dem nd d byY by byYMCAofThisCity b by1
YMCAofThisCity YMCAofThisCitySpecial Y y1 M C A A1 of ofThis This CIty CItySpncIeI City1Speciei
Special to The Herald HeraldAmerican Her HeraldAmerican d dAmerican
American Fork March larch lThe cleanest cleanestgame cleanestgame cleanestgame
game of basket ball ever played In the theApollo theApoUo theApoUo
ApoUo hall was pulled off tonight be between betwe between ¬
tween twe n the Bed Wings W1n of Minnesota and andthe andthe andthe
the Apollo team resulting in a victory victoryfor victoryfor Victorytor
for the Minnesota team by a score of 22 22to 22to
to 0 19 Manager Steele of the Apollo team teamanticipated teamanttc1pated teamanticipated
anticipated haying ba hayIuome some me trouble with Re Referee Referee Reoree ¬
feree oree Neil throughwhat through what he had seen in inthe Inthe Inthe
the morning papers but when he asked askedhim askedhUn askedhim
him for his interpretation of the rule ruleNell ruleKen ruleTcil
Nell Tcil told him that the game would be beplayed bepJayed bepLayed
played as the Apollo polIo team had been ac accustomed accustomed accutoined ¬
customed to playing playingManager playingManager playingManager
Manager Nell ell gave a square deal all the thftway th thwAY thewy
way through and not a kick was heard heardfrom heardfrom heardfront
from his decisions After the game he hetook hetOQj betoi
took the floor and made the announce announcement announcement announcement ¬
ment that the Apollo team was w l the best bestthey bestthey bestthey
they had met on theIr route and they theyhad theyhad theyhad
had defeated d deated feated The lineup was as fol folio follows follows ¬
io lows lowsRed lowsRed wsr wsrRed
Red Wings Apollo ApolloKappell Aponoapell Apolloappell
Kappell apell R F Chipman ChipmanAhlcrs ChipmanA111crs ChipmanAblers
Ahlcrs L F PEsterily Barrratt BarrrattEsterlly BurrattEsterlly
Esterlly C E Elngers911 Elngers911Fisher Ingersoll IngersollFisher Ingers9llFisher
Fisher R G Dunkley DwnkleyBird DunkleyBIrd DunkleyBird
Bird L I G Holman HolmanReferae HolmanReferee
4 Referee Nell Kelsrt of Provo umpire umpireFouls umpireulsRed umpireI
Fouls ulsRed Red Wings 4 ApoUos 5 5COMMERCIAL 5COMMERCIAL SCOMMERCIAL
I
COMMERCIAL LEAGUE LEAGUEJ
1 1J
t J JQuini > Quian 1S7 1s 159 i it ITS 17 525 525Earle
t Earle 117 162 l6 143 5251 4S2 4S2MaushuitT 42Maugban 43Maugban
a MaushuitT Maugban 131 146 16 161 4 4Pepper 438 43
Popper 178 183 147 14 413 413Er 43EtSr 3 3Ely I
Ely Er 153 1S5 1 li5TQta1S 131 4S2 4S2Totals 4S2TotalS
Totals TotalsHarris 1 7fiS 78 829 9 7552361 7652361HarrIs
Harris HarrisMcAllister HarrisMcillltster 1 181 1SS 16 189 535 5351ST 535lrcd1Uter
McAllister McAllisterOlson 1ST is 238 > > s 151 54 it6 it6Olson 546Olson
Olson OlsonSalt 205 182 MS 328 D8S i
t Salt SaltSilvers S 1t J k L 173 Its 136 477 477StIvers 477Silvers
Silvers 144 IK 167 469 469Totals 489Tota 4 4Totals
Totals Tota s 2 83 83JUNIOR 9 7S4J555 7S4J555Orientals S4555JU4IOR 4555 4555JUfNI0R
< JUNIOR LEAGUE L LEAGUEOrientals AGU E Et
t
10
Orientals OrientalsTOMMY OrientaIVie Orientalskrie
krie Vie 148 140173 140173Dens 173 173D
D Dens f 1l6 150 150Biddle 150Biddle
Biddle 121 1i2 1i2Baer 152Baer
Baer 171 IiG IiGaughan 150Maugban
aughan 114 186 186ow 13Gj
j Tta1s ow 7 95 793 793Stloll 93 93Strofrers
t
Strofrers StrofrersMadsen Stloll rs rsMadsen
Madsen LO 12O 136 136Olds 136Olds
Olds ir 113 1M 1MHan5 151Hansoxj
Han5 Hansoxj 1 l4 100 100StaYner 106t
t StaYner 110 150 150HIll 150142
HIll 190 142 1421O 142Tetalp
Tetalp TetalpTOMMY 1O lp 641 6S5 6S5T
TOMMY T MMY NOT NOTJiMMY JIMMY BURNS BURNSLocal BURNSLocal BURNSLocal
Local Fans Get Conqueror C nqueror of Hart Hartand Hartand Hartand
and Charlie Lawler Mixed MixedSince M MixedS1nce fced fcedSInce
Since Tommy Burns burst Into the thelimelight theJImeUght thelimelight
limelight by defeating Marvin Xar n Hart at atLos atLos atLc
Los Lc Angeles on Friday Fndar night his name namehas namehas namehas
has been discussed more or less by local localfJgfhf localI
t fight I t fans The Th fact that It has been an announced annom annomed ¬
nounced nom ed Burns had made Salt Lake his
home for some time has led many of the the10cal
local fight followers l1owers to confuse Im tm with
Jimmy Burns BurnsChules Charles Lawler Lavler1ho vho also alsomade also1Taue alsowacie
made Salt Lake his home In the past
Tomxny Burns and Jimmy Burns Bu are two twoentirely twoentJrely twoentirely
entirely different men Tommy Burns is isa Isaf1gter Isa
a af1gter fjghter Jimmy is not never was nor norST2r7illibe nornever nort
t ST2r7illibe never will be T Tommy ° proy Burns never fought foughth
h JnSalt tn n = Sa1t 81t Lake although he has boxed sev several sevEr soyera ¬
eral Er era times In public Jimmy Burns fought
Mexican Mext an Pete Dummy Rowrn Row > n and ndTom ndTomI Tom
I TjjceKhere TI < e hcre all of which are believed to
have been frameups frameupsD
4 D J SHARP COAL CO COTelephones COieJephones COeiebones
Telephones ieJephones 719 71 73 Main street treet New Newstockof Newk NewCrested
stockof k > 2t Crested Butte anthracite all allH nilt
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PARK CITY fANS fANSWANT FANSVIANTBASEBALL
WANT VIANTBASEBALL VIANTBASEBALLo1d BASE8ALL BASE8ALLHold
Hold o1d Meeting and Decide to Place PlaceWinning PlaceWinning 1ace 1aceWrnl11g
Winning Team in State Stateleague StateLeague StateLeague
league leagueBRANDL LeagueBRANDL LeagueBRANDL
BRANDL AGAIN MANAGER MANAGERMAYOR MANAGERMAYOR MANAGERMAYOR
MAYOR JOHN JOHNWELSH WELSH IS ONE OF OFTHE OFTH OFTHE
THE TH E BOOSTERS FOR TEAM TEAMSpecial TEAMSpecial TEAMSpecial
Special to The Herald HeraldPark HeraldPark HeraldPark
Park City March J 1The The first guns in inthe inthe inthe
the coming baseball state league were werefired werefired werefired
fired here last evening as far as Park ParkCity ParkCity ParkCity
City is concerned at a meeting of a anumber anumber anumber
number of the local fans held at the as assembly assembJj assembly ¬
sembly room of the city hall Mayor MayorJohn MayorJohn MayorJohn
John Welsh was the chairman and the thework thework thework
work in hand was at once taken up The Thestate Thestate Thestate
state league Idea appealed to all present presentI
I as a just the t e thing and Park City now is isin isin isin
in a position to say to the other cities of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the state to select the time and place for forthe torthe forthe
the meeting to form the proposed league leagueand leagueand leagueand
and she will send a representative to as asI assIst asslat
I sist in the work workI workJoe workoe
I Joe oe Brandl of last years team was cho chosen chosen chosea ¬
sen as manager for the present and to tohim tohim tohim
him will fall the duty dutyof of arranging the theschedule theschedule theschedule
schedule if 1 it is finally lnaU decided to put the theleague theleague theleague
league in action actioni actionPark actionPark
i Park City Is assured a a firstclass semi semiprofessional semIprofessional emiprofessIonal
professional team if tha proposed propo ed league leagueis
is made a go as the men here now form forma
a fine nucleus to build a a team around aroundThe aroundThe aroundThe
The promoters of the local organization organizationare
are assured positions for all the players playerswho playerswho playerswho
who are kept and every encouragement encouragementwill
will be given the team teamOgden teamOgden teenOgden
Ogden May Join JoinA
A report was given at the meeting that thatOgden thatOgden thatOgden
Ogden was now ready and anxious to ber bergin be begin begin
gin work on the formation of the league leagueand leagueand leagueand
and that the management there have havetheir havetheir havetheir
their eyes upon several sever l men who would wouldbe wouldbe wouldbe
be in 1 their team They The want Park City Cityto Cityto Cityto
to take the Initiative and call a meeting meetingbut meetingbut meetingbut
but the local promoters think that in inview inview inview
view of the fact that Salt Lake Is the themost themost themost
most central city of the proposed organi organization organiztlon organizatlon ¬
zation that the meeting should be called calledthere canedthere calledthere
there and such a view prevailed In a amotion amotion amotion
motion to notify the Salt Lake promoters promotersthat promotersthat promotersthat
that Park City was ready and anxious anxiousto
to get in and boost whenever they said saidthe saidthe I Ithe
the word It therefore behooves the Salt SaltLake SaltLake SaltLake
Lake people to get a move on themselves themselvesand
and to call a meeting for the organiza organization organization organization ¬
tion at the nearest possible convenient convenientand
and suitable date dateDubel dateCubel dateDubel
Dubel Appoints New Manager ManagerJohn ManagerJohn Manageriohn
John Dubel father of the Salt Lake Laketeam Laketeam ake aketeam
team in the proposed state league an announced announced announced ¬
nounced last evening that he had ap appointed appointed appointed ¬
pointed Ray Romney manager to suc succeed succEed sueceed ¬
ceed Joe Angell nge11 Mr lr Angell Is called calledout calledout calledout
out of the city a greater part of his time timeand timeand timeand
and will not be able to give his full at attention attention attentlon ¬
tention to the team Dubel says he has hasnot hasJot hasgot
not to have a winner and therefore has hasto hasto hasto
to have a man who can give more time timeto timeto timeto
to the players playersThe playersThe playersThe
The suits for the team were ere ordered orderedyesterday orderedyesterday orderedyesterday
yesterday They will be white trimmed trimmedIn
In turkey red Each player is to be fitted fittedout fittedout fittedout
out with a double breasted sack coat coatThe coatThe coatThe
The color of the coats will be white whitetrimmed whitetrimmed whitetrimmed
trimmed in red with large pearl buttons buttonsThe buttonsThe buttonsThe
The suits are the most expensive ever everworn everworn everworn
worn by any team te m in this city cityNine cityBAll city8A
BAll 8A TEA TEAM IS ORGANIZED ORGANIZEDNine
Nine Players Selected at Amer American American American ¬
ican Fork Who Wii Wi Meet MeetAil MeetAll MeetAll
All AllSpecIal Comers ComersSpecial C0111erSSpecIal
Special to The Herald HeraldAmerican HeraldAmerican HeraldAmerican
American Fork March 1 1The The local lo lobaseball localbaseball i ibaseball
baseball fans and players have succeeded succeededin i iin
in getting a fullfledged lineup of players playersfor playersfor I Ifor
for a team here next season most of ofwhom o owhom ofwhom
whom played in the team last year which whichmade whichmade whichmade
made such a good record as an amateur amateurteam amateurteam amateurteam
team teamThe teamThe teamThe
The lineup Une p now Is as follows Catcher CatcherLeo CatcherLeo CatcherLeo
Leo Singleton whose record behind the thebat thebat thebat
bat places him among the leading ama amateur amateur amateur ¬
teur catchers in the state pitcher Sy SyYoung SyYoung SyYoung
Young better known as Era Em Hanson a ahard ahard ahard
hard man to hit who played for the past pasttwo pas pasttwo I
two seasons with ith the American Fork Forkteam Forkteam Forkteam
team first base1 b Ray Singleton second secondbase secondbase
base Andy KIng who also played with withthe wIththe withthe I
the team last season third baseman basemanJames basemanJames basemanJames
James H Dunkley short stop Hurt HurtWalker HurtWalker HurtWalker
Walker left field Len Shetly an old oldtime oldtimt oldtime
time player Willie Barratt as center centerfield centerfield centerfield
field and Mark Dunkley as right field fieldeach fIeJdeach fieldeach
each made his dtbut in the baseball world worldJast world1ast worldlast
last season The boys will play independ independent ¬
ent bell and as soon as the weather will willpermit willpermit
permit will begin practicing When the theseason theseaQQn theseasonopens
season seasonopens opens they will be anxious to meet meetany meetlny meetany
any amateur team In the state stateLAST stateLAST stateLAST
LAST GAME FOR SAINTS SAINTSMidgets SAINTSMidgets SAINTSMidgets
Midgets and Aggles Meet at L D S SU SU 5U
U Gym Today TodayThe TodayThe TodayThe
The Latterday Saints University bas basket basket bashot ¬
ket ball team plays lays its last league leaguegane leagueganetoday game gametoday gametoday
today when wh n it meets the Agricultural col college college ccilege ¬
lege of Logan The game is played in inthe inthe In Inthe
the L D S U gymnasium and is called calledfor can canor calledfor
for or 33 oclock this afternoon afternoonJudging afternoonJudging afternoonJudging
Judging from the score at Logan last lastweek lastweek lastweek
week these two teams are pretty pr tty evenly evenlymatched evenbmatched evenlymatched
matched In that game the teams were weretied weretied weretied
tied at the end of the first half and andagain andagain andagain
again at the end of the second half It Itthen Itthen Itthen
then required eleven minutes extra play playfor playtor playfor
for the Saints to win out outManager outanager outManager
Manager anager Mime l llne has it doped out for the theMidgets theMidgets theMidgets
Midgets to tie for second place In the theleague theleague theleague
league after starting out at the bottom bottomof
of the list Mime says h ho will win to todays todays todays ¬
days game and then the B Y U will willdefeat wUldefeat willdefeat
defeat the B Y r C In their game at atProvo atProvo atProvo
Provo next week This combination will willtie w111tie willtie
tie the Saints and B Y college for sec second second second ¬
ond place placeGIRL placeGIRL placeGIRL
GIRL MUTES MUTESVICTORS MUTESVICTORSDefeat VICTORS VICTORSDefeat VICTORSDefeat
Defeat Ogden High School Lasses at atBasket atBasket atBasket
Basket Ball BallSpecial BallSpecial BallSpecial
Special to The Herald HeraldOgden HeraldOgden HeraldOgden
Ogden March arch 1 1By By a a score of 12 to 6 6tho Gtho 6tho
tho girls basket ball team of the deaf deafand deafand deafand
and dumb school defeated a similar team teamfrom teamtrom teamfront
from the Ogden High school In two fif fifteenminute fifteenmiflute ¬
teenminute halves here h e today The team teamfrom teamfrom teamfrom
from tha th deaf and dumb school scho l showed showedthe showedthe showedthe
the greater g1e ter amount of skill and easily de defeated defeated defeated ¬
feated their opponents At the end of o the thefirst thefirst thefirst
first half the score was 4 I to 1 2 In the D DDs DDs DDs
Ds favor The lineup
High School D D DRoth D1toth i iBoth
Roth H F Griggs GriggsClark GriggsClark GrlggsClark
Clark L I F West
Watters Wat ers C Egglinton
Cooley L G GWoolslayer Wbolslayer WOolsl yer
McCurdy R G Massey Masse
Referee Snell umpire McKay McKayTHE McKayTHE McKaye McKayTHE
e
THE BIG WALL PAPER P PER STORE STORESeen STORESeen STORESeen
Seen it yet et Finest ever Big Line LineSpring LineSpring LineSpring
Spring Styles Now ready Call soon soonC soonQ
C Q iIf J > Bpdel Sg t SSSS 8J ast 5t Ist t Sputh Sp Uth
GINGER INFUSED INFUSEDINTO INFUSEDINTOSHOOTERS
INTO INTOSHOOTERS INTOSHOOTERSLocal SHOOTERS SHOOTERSLocal
local Pmnpgon Experts Plan Jan Inter Intermountain Intermountain Intermountalil
mountain Tournament in inthe inthe inthe
the Spring SpringBLUE SpringBLUE
I IBLUE
BLUE ROCK SHOTS IN CITY CITYPRESENCE CITYPRESENCE CITYPRESENCE
PRESENCE OF BUTTE MARKSMEN MARKSMENSTARTS MARKSM MARKSMENSTARTS EN ENSTARTS
STARTS THINGS THINGSThe THINGSThe THINGSThe
The presence of W S Doty a prom prominent promInent promInent ¬
inent trap shooter of Butte and Mr MrShemwell MrShemweII MrShemweil
Shemwell a crack shot of Colorado ColoradoSprings ColoradoSprings ColoradoSprings
Springs In the city yesterday result resulted resulted resulted ¬
ed in a number of local trap shots shotsholdiLg shotsholdirg shots1ioldhg
holdiLg a meeting at which time it itwas itwas Itwas
was decided to set get busy in trap shoot shooting shooting shootlug ¬
ing circles in this city This sport sportat sportat sportat
at one time extremely popular in Salt SaltLake SaltLake SaltLake
Lake and Utah has been lying dor dormant dormnt dorinznt ¬
mant for the past two years chiefly chieflybecause chiefiybecause chieflybecause
because there has been no one to take takethe takethe takethe
the lead in the Jocal gun club H C CKeefe CKeefe CKeefe
Keefe one of tho Chicago cracks who whohas whohas whohas
has lately taken up his abode in Salt SaltLake SaltLake SaltLake
Lake and Wallace Bransford a new newrecruit newrecruit newrecruit
recruit to the game have taken mat matters matters matters ¬
ters in hand ani some greatthings greatthingsare great things thingsare thingsare
are promised for the sport this spring springTournament springTournament springTournament
Tournament Proposed ProposedThis ProposedThis ProposedThis
This pair of enthusiasts have decid decided decided dodded ¬
ed that Salt Lake must once more morecome morecome morecome
come to the fore and have taken steps stepsto
to promote a shooting tournament in inthe inthe inthe
the early spring Their plans are to tomake tomake tomake
make it an Intermountain affair of ofsuch otsuch ofsuch
such Importance that shooters from fromMontana fromMontana fromMontana
Montana Idaho and Colorado will at attend attend attend ¬
tend tendMr
Mr Keefe has received a a letter from fromE
E P MatUewson secretary of the Ana Anaconda AnacondCl Ariaconda ¬
conda Smelting Sm 1tirg company and a a prom prominent promtent prommerit ¬
tent member of the Anaconda Gun Gunclub Gunclub Gunclub
club in which a western shooting cir circuit circuit circult ¬
cuit Is proposed Mathewson believes believesmonthly beHovesmonthly believesmonthly
monthly shoots can be arranged be between between between ¬
tween some of the leading clubs of the thewest theWefit thewest
west whereby once a month the crack cracktrap cracktrap cracktrap
trap shots of the west can visit the thedifferent thedit thedifferent
different dit rent traps and pull off interstate interstateshoots interstateshoots Interstateshoots
shoots Mathewson has also asked for forentries forentries forentries
entries from Salt Lake for the Ana Anaconda Anaconda Ariaconda ¬
conda tournament which Is to be held heldMay heldlay heldMay
May 18 19 and 20 Among iuong shooters In InSalt inSalt InSalt
Salt Lake seen yesterday it Is be believed believed ¬
lieved that a Salt Lake tournament tournamentabout tournamentabout tournamentabout
about the same time as this one would wouldbe wouldbe I
be an extra inducement to bring out outside outside outside ¬
side shooters to this part of the coun country country country ¬
try tryCaptures
LOVEY MARY SAD SURPRISE SURPRISECaptures SIIRPRISCaptures
Captures Opening Event at 10to 10 10to tOto
to 1 1Buchanan Buchanan Wins a aWildly aWildly aWildly
Wildly Run Race RaceSan Race1San
San Francisco March 1 1Favorit Favorites s cap captured captured captured ¬
tured a majority of the events at Oak Oakland Oakland Oakland ¬
land today Supreme Court Preservator PreservatorBuchanan PreservatorBuchanan PreservatorBuchanan
Buchanan and Pelham coming under the thewire thewire thewire
wire first In their respective races Bar Barney Barney Barney ¬
ney Schreibers Buchanan ran a wild wildrace wildrace wildrace
race winning from wire to wire in the thefourth thefourth thefourth
fourth Lovey Mary a gave the talent a asad asad asad
sad surprise when she took the opening openingevent openingevent openingevent
event at 10 to 1 1 Weather clear track trackslow trackslow trackslow
slow slowFirst slowF1rJt slowF1rt
First race seven furlorgs turlorgiLovey Lovey Mary Ma
102 Robinson 10 to 1 won Frolic 112 112Williams C CWilliams CWnUaInS
Williams 10 to 1 second Slzz Slz 100 Ret RetForm Rettig Rettig
tig 6 t t3 > 1 thIrd T1mel Legal LegalForm LegalForm
Form Springban Jake Moose oo5e ladora and
Dick Wilson also ran ranSecond ranS ranSecond
Second S cond race seven furlongs furlongsSupreme furlongsSupremeCUUIt Supreme SupremeCc
Cc CUUIt it 106 Minder S to 5 won Ten Oaks OaksIt Oaks1hz
112 It Robinson 15 to 1 second Starmo Sta rmo 94 94Brussel 94Brussel 94Brussel
Brussel 9 to 2 third Time Timel28 128 Katie KatieCrews KatieCrews KatieCrews
Crews Maid of Fermoy Mogregor Swift
Queen and Spondoolix also ran ranThird ranThird ranThird
Third race mile and a sixteenth sixteeI1thPre sixteeI1thPresenator sixteenthPreservator Pre Preservator ¬
servator 100 L Williams 13 to 10 won wonCanejo wonCanejo wonCanejo
Canejo 102 Rettlg 12 to 1 second Ray
107 Rice 13 to 5 third Time Timel49 149 Lady
Kent Wenrick Expedient Vigoroso Mr MrDingle MrDingle r rDingle
Dingle El Piloto Flora Bright and Ti Tizona Tfzona TIzone
zona also ran ranFourth TanFourth ranFourth
Fourth race mile and fifty yards yardsBu yardsBuchan yardsBuchanan Bu Buchanan ¬
chanan chan n 100 Schade 9 to 5 won The TheLady TheLady TheLady
Lady Rohesia 107 L 1 Williams 2 to 1 1second Isecond 1second
second Byronerdale 109 Rice 5 to 1 1third 1third
third x Time Timel442 144 Liberto Watercure Watercureand
and Royalty also ran ranFifth ranFith ranFifth
Fifth race futurity course courseBucolic Bucolic 109 109Wright 109Wright 109Wright
Wright 5 to 1 won Blumenthal 109 109Knapp 109Knapp 109Knapp
Knapp S to 1 second Lem Reed 109 109Rice 109Rice 109Rice
Rice 4 to 1 third Time TimeI11 111 Sad Sam SamEpicure SamEpicure SamEpicure
Epicure Tam OSbanter and Sterling
Towers T wers also ran ranSixth ranSixth ranixtb
Sixth ixtb race five and onehalf furlongs furlongsPelhairi furlongsPelham furlongsPelbani
Pelhairi 104 Fountain 3 to 1 won Im ImJoe ImJoe ImJoe
Joe 95 Brussel lit to 10 second Princess PrincesWheeler
Wheeler 102 Greenfield Gre nfl l 10 to 1 third thirdTime thirdTime10814 thirdTimer0S4
Time Time10814 105 4 Lotta Gladstone Follow Me ole
Ray Carlo Batidor and Mischief also ran ranWorst ranSHORTPRICED ranSIIORT41RICOIIORSES
SHORTPRICED SIIORT41RICOIIORSES HORS S WIN WINWorst WINWorst
Worst Weather of Year Ye r Pre Prevails Prevails Prevails ¬
vails at Ascot Carrying CarryingClouds CarryingClouds CarryingClouds
Clouds of Dust Dustlios DustrLos
Los Angeles CaL March 1 lThe The worstweather worstweather worst worstweather i
weather of the winter prevailed at Ascot Ascottoday Ascottoday Ascottoday
today a cold piercing wind blowing down downfrom downtrom downfrom
from the north and carrying clouds of ofdust otdust ofdust
dust across the course Shortpriced Shortpricedhorses Shortpricedhors Shortpricedhorses
horses hors s were geneially successful Weath Weather ¬
er clear and cold track fast Results
First race sin s1 furlongs urJongaInspector Inspector Hal Halpin Halpin Halpin
pin 1CS Miller 4 to 1 won Happy Chap ChapPIT ¬
el py 103 Nichols 1choJs 12 to 1 second Conde
99 C 8 McDaniel 3 to 1 third Time Ttmel14 lU l
Silver tlver Wedding Regal PInta Colonel
Bronaton Rezia Sandstorm My Surprise Surpriseand Surpriseand
and Fulbert also ran ranSecond ranSecond ranSecond
Second race mile and an eighth eJghthGeorge George
P McNear 101 Jackson 5 to 1 won Miss 1155 I
Betty 100 Ross 13 to 10 second Ethylene
95 Grand 10 to 1 third Time Tim TIme153 153V l53 ½
Northville Brigand and Rostof also ran ranThird ranThird ranThird
Third race mile mUeHersa1n Hersaln 101 McDan ¬
iel 3 to 1 won Golden Light 107 Jack Jackson Jackson Jackson ¬
son IS to 5 second Viona 100 Horner 9
to 2 third Time Time142 142 Cheripe Rockey
Freesias Red Damsel Oik Mike Huapa
la Lydia Wrouseman Exapo and nd J Mare aro
Lichtensteln also ran ranFourth ranFourth ranFourth
Fourth race mile and a sixteenth
Cholk Hedrick H drick 97 7 Miller 1ller 3 to 1 won
Morita 100 McDaniel 4 0 to 1 second
Marshal Ney 99 Jackson 3 to L 1 third
Time Tlmel45 145 Ebony also ran ranFifth ranFifth ranFifth
Fifth acs ac six furlongs furlongsoney Money Muss
115 Miller 11 to 5 won Don Domo 115
Preston S to 5 second Whoa Bill Ill j1 i
Powell U to 5 third Time Tfmell4 114 Chan Chancellor Chancellor Chancellor ¬
cellor Walworth and Bavarian also ran
Sixth race futurity course coursCIBribery Bribery ill i iMcDaniel
McDaniel 9 to 10 won Moncie Mabel 92 i iPreston
Preston 7 to 2 second Antara 107 Hor Horncr Hornero Horncr
ncr 9 to 2 third t lrd Time Timel1 11094 Minna 1
Baker Search Me Valencia Lady Tra Tracers Traer Travers ¬
cers er Demas Dem and Bannocence also ran r 1
NEILS VICTORY VICTORYCAUSES WCTORYCAUSES
CAUSES DEATH DEATHHarry
Harry Tenny Defeated Pugilist PugilistSuccumbs lugilistSucoumbs ugilistSuccumbs
Succumbs as Result of Wed Wednesdays Wednesdsys Wednesdays ¬
nesdays Fight KghtNUMEROUS FiihtNUMEROUS FightNUMEROUS
I
NUMEROUS ARRESTS MADE MADEFIGHT MADEFIGHT MADEFIGHT
FIGHT GAMEIN GAME IN SAN FRANCISCO FRANCISCORECEIVES FRANcISCORECEIVES FRANCISCORECEIVES
RECEIVES BLACK EYE EYEBan EYEoEan EYESan
Ban Francisco March 1 IHarry Harry Ten Tenny Tenfly lenny ¬
ny the little fighter who was last night nightterribly nightterribly nightterribly
terribly beaten In a fight wltft with Frankie FrankieNell FrankieNon FrankieNell
Nell died about 8 oclock this morning morningin
In Burns Hammam baths In Mason Masonstreet Masonstreet Masonstreet
street near OFarrell street streetDeath streetDeath streetDeath
Death was was the result of the beating beatinghe
he received In the ring From the time timehe Umohe timohe
he was carried from his corner e last lastnight lastnl lastnight
night nl ht limp and all but lifeless llte1e s Tenny Tennysank Tennysank Tennysank
sank rapidly His friends did not think thinkhe thinkhe thinkhe
he would die but the physicians at his hisbedside hIsbedside hisbedside
bedside realized his desperate condi condition condition condition ¬
tion and gave warning that death deathmight deathmight deathmight
might be expected if the pugilist could couldnot coUldnot couldnot
not be resuscitated resusc1ta ed within a short time timeSecond timeSecond timeSecond
Second Death In Month MonthTennys MonthTennys MonthTennys
Tennys death Js s the second resulting
from ring contests here within a amonth amonth amonth
month The night of Feb 5 Alex Doe Doevin Doevln Doevia
via was beaten to death by Chlefy
Johnron In an unlicensed amateur fight fightat fightat fightat
at Colma ColmaSome ColmaSome CoimaSome
Some uneasiness was felt last night nightby nightby nightby
by the promoters seconds and others othersconnected othersconnected othersconnected
connected with the contest when the thecondition thecondition thecondition
condition of Tenny after the knockout knockoutwas
was noted He went down before beforeNeils beforeNeUs beforeNeils
Neils battery of ripping left handers handersduring handersduring handersdurIng
during the fourteenth round In the cen center center center ¬
ter of the ring The timekeeper count counted counted counted ¬
ed him out but in the noise of shout shoutIng shouting shoutlag
Ing Referee Roche did not hear the thecompletion thecompletion thecompletion
completion of the count and when whenTenny whenTenny whenTenny
Tenny staggered to tohla his feet allowed allowedthe allowedthe allowedthe
the fight to proceed A howl of derision derisiongreeted deriilongreeted derisiongreeted
greeted the referees ruling but It was wassoon wassoon wassoon
soon ended for Neil went at his oppo opponent opponent opponeat ¬
nent like a mad man and hammered hammeredhim hammeredhIm hammeredhim
him in his weakened condition against againstthe againstthe againstthe
the roues rouesWas rODesWas ronesWas
Was In Helpless Condition ConditionHelpless ConditionHelpless ConditionHelpless
Helpless and without strength to tostrike tostrike tostrike
strike a blow In return Tenny dropped droppedagain5t droppedagainst
against the ropes His head sank on onhis onhIs onhis
his chest and his arms dropped to his hissides higsides hI hIsides
sides In this position Tenny was lit literally 1fteral1y Uterally ¬
erally beaten to the floor by Nell and andcounted andcounted andcounted
counted out by Referee Roche He Hewas H Hwas Hwas
was carried to his dressing room and andwas andwas andwas
was not revived until an hour later laterWhen laterWhen laterWhen
When he came to his senses he com complained complained cornplained ¬
plained of pains In his body which he heascribed hea3cribed heascribed
ascribed to the terrific blows with withwhich withwhich withwhich
which Neil had reached his stomach stomachLater stomachLater stomachLater
Later the defeated lad was removed to tothe tothe tothe
the bath house where he grew worse worseuntil wor3euntil worseuntil
until death ended his suffering sufferingComplained suttertngComplained sufferingComplained
Complained of Pains PainsMark PainsMark PainsMark
Mark Shaughnessy attended Tenny at atthe atthe atthe
the baths The beaten pugilist com complained complained cornplained ¬
plained of terrible pains fn the stomach stomachand stomachand stomachand
and head At 4 oclock this morning he hefell hefell hefell
fell asleep and the physicians left say saying saying saylag ¬
ing all danger was over overAt overAt overAt
At 730 oclock Shaughnessy Shaughne y was wasawakened wasawakened wasawakened
awakened by a cry from Tenny The Theboy Theboy Theboy
boy was doubled up In agony and ane a ahurry ahurry ahurry
hurry call was sent in for the central centralemergency centralemergency centralemergency
emergency ambulance Before It ar arrived arrived arrived ¬
rived Tenny was as dead deadAfter deadAfter deadAfter
After he was taken to the baths Dr DrMcGinnlty DrMcGinnity DrMcGirinity
McGinnlty was summoned Tennys Tennysheart Tennysheart Tennysheart
heart action was weak the pulse drop dropping dropping dropping ¬
ping to 40 Strong stimulants remedied remediedthis remediedthis remediedthis
this and at 1 oclock this morning Dr DrMcGlnnity DrMcGinnity DrMeGinnity
McGlnnity pronounced him out of dan danger danger danger ¬
ger gerHow How do you feel Harry Shaugh Shaughnessy Shaughnessy Shaughnessy ¬
nessy asked askedIm askedIm askedIm
Im awful sick My stomach and andhead andhead andhead
head hurt awfully answered the thefighter thefighter thefighter
fighter fighterShortly fighterShortly fighterShortly
Shortly afterward he dropped asleep asleepNo asleepNo asleepNo
No physician was In attendance from fromthat fromthat fromthat
that time until he died diedWholesale diedWholesale diedWholesale
Wholesale Arrests Made MadeThe MadeThe MadeThe
The news of Tennys death quickly quicklyspread quicldysN quicklyspread
spread sN ad over the city Orders were at atonce atorce atonce
once given at police headquarters to totake totake totake
take all concerned into custody Nell Nellsoon Nellsoon Nellsoon
soon surrendered himself as did also alsoJames alsoJames alsoJames
James Coffroth Eddie Graney Willis WillisBritt WillisBritt WillisBrltt
Britt Morris Levy and Mark Shaugh Shaughnessy ShaughneEts Shaughnessy
nessy neEts All were ere charged with man manslaughter manslatghter manslatghter ¬
slatghter and promptly made arrange arrangements arrangere arrangemerts ¬
ments re rt6 for release on ball ballIt banIt bailIt
It Is said that two days ago Tenny Tennyhad Tennyhad Tennyhad
had an epileptic fit fitCharge fitCharge fitCharge
Charge of Poisoning PoisoningAfter PolsCningAfter PoisoningAfter
After making makln an autopsy Coroners CoronersSurgeon CoronersSUJgeon CoronersSurgeon
Surgeon Cusack announced that Ten Tennys Tennys Tennys ¬
nys death was due to cerebral hem hemorrhage hemorrhage hemorrhage ¬
orrhage caused probably by a blow blowIt blown blowIt
It has been discovered that strychnine strychnineand
and possibly other drugs were given givenTerny givenTermy givenTerny
Terny during the night so the stom stomach stomach stoatacli ¬
ach was removed and sent to the city cltychemlst citychemist citychemist
chemist who will analyze the con contents contEn contents ¬
tents tentsThe tEn tentsThe t5 t5The
The mother of the dead boy Mrs MrsIsrael MrsIsrad MrsIsrad
Israd Tennebaum this being his real realrme realtme realrtme
rme asserts that he wag WB poisoned poisonedA
A brother James Tennebaum charges chargesthat chargesthat
that the little fighter was doped be before betore before ¬
fore he entered the ring ringThis ringThis ringThis
This charge is denied by Neil and andothers andothers andothers
others connected with the tragedy tragedyMark tragedMark tragedyMark
Mark Shaughnessy one of his sec seconds seconds seeonds ¬
onds says that he fell in a a fit after afterleaving afterIfavfng afterleaving
leaving the ring ringThe ringThe ringThe
The accused men connected with the thefatal thefatal titefatal
fatal fight were released from custody custodyon
on depositing 500 cash bail each eachIt eachIt eachIt
It Is ridiculous to say that Tenny Tennywas Tennyas Teanywas
was as poisoned declared Shaughpessy ShaughpessyI
I was with him all the time and he hehad hehad hehad
had no chance to get anything that thatwas thatwas thatwas
was not right I think Tenny prob probably probablY probably ¬
ably died of epilepsy I know a few fewnights fewnights fewnights
nights ago he had a fit and last night nighthe nighthe nighthe
he had another one I intended to toask toask toask
ask some of the family If he was sub subject subject subject ¬
ject to such attacks I never heard heardthat heardthat heardthat
that he was until someone told me of ofthe atthe ofthe
the attack Ho certainly acted as If Ifhe ifhe Ifhe
he was in a fit and I believe that he hedied hedied hedied
died in one oneNell oneNen oneNell
Nell declares that the charge is ab absurd aburd absurd ¬
surd because a man would have been beenunable beenunable beenunable
unable to fight as hard as Tenny If Ifhe ithe Ifhe
he had been given a drug drugThinks drugThInks drugThinks
Thinks It Was Strychnine StrychnineAttorney StrychnineAttorney StrychnineAttorney
Attorney Porter Ashe who appears appearsfor appearsfor appearsfor
for the fighters thinks it probable probablethat pro probablethat able ablethat
that the use of strychnine had as asmuch asmuch asmuch
much to do in hastening death deatheas deatheasanything as asanything asanything
anything else elseThe elaeThe 1 1The
The body sfcow howa a badly b dly i 1battred battered b tt red
PRINCIPALS PRIN PALS IN WE WEDNESDAY N SciAY NIGHTS NI H RNG RINGJL FATALITY AL TY
JL y
Frankie Frankie Nell and Harry Tenny as s they appeared In the ring at San SanFrancisco SanFrancisco SanFrancisco
Francisco on Wednesday night Frankie Neil Nellis is on the left and Harry Tenny Tennyon Tenu Tenuon
on the right Tenny died diedyesterday yesterday as a result of the beating received and andfrom andfrom andfrom
from the effects of too much strychnine
BAN WOULD BE BECLOSE BECLOSE
CLOSE TO BRUSH BRUSHAmerican
American League Czar Prefers Te7 N NwYork Te7York w wYork
York to Chicago as His HisHeadquarters IDsHeadquarters HisHeadquarters
Headquarters HeadquartersNew
i 4New
New York March rch 1 1The The Times today todaysays todayays todaysays
says that the mushdiscussed question questionwhether questionwhether questionwhether
whether the headquarters of the Ameri American American Amencan ¬
can Baseball Bnsebnlllengue league should remain in Chi Chicago Chlcag Chicago ¬
cago or bo removed to New York Is in a afair afair afair
fair way toward solution and It need not notsurprise notsurprise notsurprise
surprise club officials or others directly directlyinterested directlyinterested directlyinterested
interested in that organization if a achange achange achange
change of base were made either before beforeor
or shortly after the coming championship championshipseason championshipseason
season has begun President Johnson it itIs itis itis
Is known Ismore Is more favorably disposed to tocoming tocOming tocoming
coming hers than he has ever been and andthis andthis andthis
this present feeling was brought about aboutby aboutby aboutby
by the favorable expression of club own owners owners ownens ¬
ers especially those In the east who at attended attenaed attended ¬
tended the late meeting of the league in inthe inthe inthe
the Fifth Avenue hotel hotelAccording hotelAccordIng hotelAccording
According to President Johnsons no notion notion notion ¬
tion New York in Its commercial rela relations relations relations ¬
tions Is unquestionably unqu tionably the greatest dis distributing distributing distributing ¬
tributing center on this continent and andbaseball andbaseball andbaseball
baseball affairs should be directed from fromsuch fromsuch fromsuch
such a city
Another good reason it is argued why
the American league headquarters should shouldbe
be located here Is that amicable relations relationswhich relationwhIch relationswhich
which now exist between the two major majorleagues majorleagues majorleagues
leagues tend to bring matters which fre frequently frequently irequently ¬
quently arise which instead of being beingtaken beingtaken beingtaken
taken to the national commission might mightbe mightbe
be settled at a conference between Presi Presidents Presidents Presidents ¬
dents Pulliam and Johnson JohnsonPresident JohnsonPresf JohnsonPresident
President Presf ent Johnsons present intention to toremove toremov toremove
remove his office to I New ew York is not the thefirst thefirst thefirst
first time be has looked favorably on onsuch onsuch onsuch
such a scheme Early last year Treasur Treasurer ¬
er Farrell of the Greater New York club clubwas clubwas clubwas
was so certain that the league leaders leaderswould leaderswould leaderswould
would come here to stay that he secured secureda
a commodious room adjoining that of the
Greater New Yorks and had painted on onthe onthe onthe
the door Headquarters of the American AmericanLeague AmericanLea AmericanLeague
League Lea ue Where President Johnson will willlocate wiUlocate willlocate
locate when he does come here has not notbeen notbqen notb
been b en determined upon uponMen uponASCOT uponASCOT
ASCOT TRACK IS PURGfD PURGfDMen
Men Found FoundOulity Guilty of llFraming1J Tram Trammg1 Framing11 ¬
ing11 for Horse Race Are AreSuspended AreSuspended AreSuspended
Suspended by Stewards StewardsLos
Los Angeles CaL March arch 1 tAs As one re result resuIt nosuit ¬
suIt of the Investigation yesterday by the theboard theboard theboard
board of directors of Ascot park Into Intothe intothe Intothe
the charges of unfairness and collusion collusionbrought colluionbrought collusionbrought
brought against Manager anager J W Brooks Brookspresiding Brookspresiding Brookspresiding
presiding Judge A W Hamilton this aft afternoon afternoon afterrioon ¬
ernoon gave out a ruling suspending J J JMcCafferty JMcCafferty JMcCafferty
McCafferty and C E Durnell for one oneyear oneyear oneyear
year for practices derogatory to the thebest thebest thebest
best Interests of the turf turfThe turtThe turfThe
The specific charge on which McCaf McCafferty McCafferty McCafferty ¬
ferty was deemed guilty was the use of ofstimulating ofstimulating ofstimulating
stimulating drugs on the horse The TheHuguenot TheHuguenot TheHuguenot
Huguenot In a race at Ascot Feb 19 19Durnell 19Durnell 19Durneil
Durnell was punished for the alleged im improper improper improper ¬
proper plating of his horse Alderman AldermanBatt AldermanBatt AldermanBatt
Batt in connection with his races at atcot As Ascot Ascot ¬
cot Dec 20 25 and 26 25While 26Whlle 26While
While no official announcement was wasmade wasmade wasmade
made regarding the charges made by Mc McCafferty McCafferty McCafferty ¬
Cafferty Boots and McDaniel against againstManager againstManager againstManager
Manager Brooks it Is learned from the themost themost themost
most reliable sources that the charges chargeswere chargeswere chargeswere
were not sustained by the evidence and andthat andthat andthat
that the directors did not consider that thata
a case had been made against Brooks BrooksLAWSON BrooksLAWSON BrooksLAWSON
LAWSON LEAVES FOR ZION ZIONWorlds ZIONWorlds ZIONWorlds
Worlds Champion Bicycle Rider RiderWill RiderWill RIderwill
Will Be Here This Week WeekIver WeekJver WeekIver
Iver Lawson the worlds champion will willarrive willarrive m marrive
arrive In Salt Lake the lat sr r part of this thisweek thisweck thisweek
week unless the trains become twisted twistedbetween twistedbetween twistedbetween
between here her and San an Francisco John Johnnie JohnnIe Johnale ¬
nie Chapman received a telegram yefeter yefeterday yesterda yeterday
day da from San Francisco In which I Law Lawson Lawson aw awson
son said he had arrived all right from fromAustralia tromU8tralia fromAustralia
Australia and would leave for Salt Lake Lakeat Lakeat Lakeat
at once Beyond giving this Information InformationLawson informationLawson on onLawson
Lawson had nothing to say but it is istaken istaken istaken
taken for granted that he was alone aloneas aloneasboth as asboth asboth
both McFarland and nd Samuelson have havewritten havewrltten havewritten
written they the would remain rema1 In AustriJa AustriJafor Austr1Jator AustrLfafor
for sone time vet While Lawson has hasnot ba banot hasnot
not definitely made known his Intentions
it is taken for granted that he will re remain remain remain ¬
main In Salt Lake and ride this season seasoneye seanoneye seasoneye
eye and a a slight abrasion abrMlonover over the theheart theheart theheart
heart heartMayor heartMayor heartMayor
Mayor Schmitz says that he wilt wn1in wn1inveatigate in investigate investigate ¬
vestigate the death of Tenny and if ifnegligence Ifnegligence 1 1n
negligence n concerning the condition of ofthe otthe ofthe
the pugilists Is shown he will recom recommend recommend ¬ I Imend
mend to the supervisors thatno thaL no more morepermits morepermits i ipermits
permits be issued tS ued for prize pri ze fights fightsCaptain fightsCaptain
Captain of Police Duke who wit witnessed witnessed witnessed ¬ 1
nessed the fight blames bl mes the referee refereefor refereetor refereefOr
for permitting It to continue after it itwas 1twas Itwas
was evident that Tenny was helpless helplessChief helplessChief helplessChief
Chief of Police Dinan declared to today today today ¬
day that the the1promoters promoters of the fight fighthad fighthad fighthad
had compiled with the citys ordi ordinances ordlnrrces ordinances ¬
nances In every particular and that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the usual physicians certificates had hadbeen hadb hadbeen
been b en given to the authorities as lis to the theability theab111ty theability
ability of the two contestants contes nttf to en engage eI1gage engage ¬
gage In a ring battle
HYLAND DEAlS D OLYANEY OLYANEYFighting YANY YANYFighting
Fighting Dick DickMakes Makes Short ShortWork ShortWork ShortWork
Work of Denver Boy BoyFour BoyFour BoyFour
Four Rounds in All AllDenver AllDenver AllDenver
Denver March 1 IDIck Dick Hyland of ofSan ofSan ofSan
San Francisco was awarded thedeci thedecision thedeclsion the dee deeslon ¬
sion over Martin Devaney of Denver Denverin
in the fourth round of a a scheduled scheduledtwentyround scheduledtwentyround scheduledtwentyround
twentyround bout tonight before the theSwansea theSwansea theSwansea
Swansea Athletic club The contest contestwaa contestwae contestwas
was a onesided affair Hyland out outclassing outclassIng outclassing ¬
classing the local man completely
Devaney was In distress at the close of ofthe otthe ofthe
the third round from Hylands terrific
body smashes and In the beginning of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the fourth held on so repeatedly that thatReferee thatReferee thatReferee
Referee Bob Stockton awarded the thedecision thedecision thedecision
decision to Hyland which was favor favorably favorably favorably ¬
ably received by the large crowd The Theboys Theboys Theboys
boys weighed In at 130 pounds poundsIt
It was announced tonight that Hy ¬
land was matched to box Kid Scaler at atSpokane atSpokane atSpokane
Spokane on March 17 and Hyland Sam SamMcCllntlck SamMcCIInUck SamMcClintick
McCllntlck and Alex Greggalns his hismanager hismanager hismanager
manager and trainer left tonight for forSpokane forSpokane forSpokane
Spokane SpokaneWOMEN SpokaneWOMEN SpokaneWOMEN
WOMEN ISSUE ISSUECHALLENGE ISSUECHALLENGEWestern CHALLENGE CHALLENGEWestern
Western Golfers Would Meet Eastern EasternPlayers EasterrPlayer EasternPIayer
Players on Links LinksChicago LinksChIcago LinksChicago
Chicago March 1 IAt At the annual meet meeting1 meeting meetlug ¬
lug of the Western Womens Golf asso association association assoelation ¬
ciation held here today for the first time timea
a challenge which the Eastern Womens
Golf association has sent every year was wasaccented wasacce wasaccented
accented accentedThe acce accentedThe > ted tedIhe
The western association will send a
team of twenty women to the national nationalchampionship nationalchampionship nationalchampionship
championship tournament which is to be
held at West Newton Mass MassCALIFORNIA Massa MassCALIFORNIA MassCALIFORNIA
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DEPART DEPARTNo
No 6 5For For Ogden Omaha
Chicago Denver Kansaa 711
City and St Loula Louiso 7010 U 11 m m 1
NO7For 5 o 7 iFor Fpr Ogden Portland PortlandNo
Butte San Francisco and tn lfl1fl
tennedlate points 1030 IVU1I a m mNo ino
No o 1 IFor For Ogden Omaha
Chicago Denver Kansas
City SL Louis and San I 1n
Francisco 1 1No I i O P m mNo inNo
No 11 UFor For Ogden Cache Val 1 JO
J JNo JOY < and IntermedIate poInts eu u p m
No NoChicago 17Fer Ogden Omaha
Chicago and Intermediate Intermediatepoints g gpoints
points pointsNo 5055 p m mNo3For
No No3For 3 3For For Ogden Denver
Kansas City Omaha St LIr
Louis and Chicago OUiJ 603 n p J 01
No 0 9 9For For Ogden Cache Val ¬
ley Butte Helena Portland
San Francisco and inter itI itID iir
1145
medIatp points iw pm in
D E BDRLEY7G7P BURLEY G p A
T D > S SPENCER A G G P A
City Ticket Office 201 Main Street Ste r
Telephone 250 250do
lioteThe train number1l 2hown how above
are Oregon Short LIne train numbers and
do not apply to the Southern Pacific west we wetherJf anc
of thereot thereotCURRENT therJf therJfor Ogden or the Union Paclfle eas east eastCURRENT lst lstCURRENT
CURRENT TIME TABLE TABLEIn
In Effect Dec 1Oth 1905 19O5LEAVE 1905LEAVE 1905LEAVE
LEAVE SALT LAKE CITY CITYNo CITYNo CITYNo
No U for Ogden 1025 io A M
No 6 for Denver and an East 850 A M 1
No No2 Z for Denver and East 350 P M
No NO4 4 for Denver and East 800 P M MNo lL ittNo
No 13 for forOgden Ogden and local points poin 605 P Al AlNo alNo MNo
No 10 for Heber Provo and
Marysvala iarysvaleNo 800 oo A M MNo
No S for Provo an and l Eureka 500 P i M itrNo tL tLNo
No 3 for Ogden and West 1110 P pNo M MNo1
No No1 1 for Ogder and West Westl45 145 P M MNo It ItNo
No 5 for Ogden and West 1033 iossNo A M MNo MNo
No 102 for Park City 815 A M MNo MoNo ILNo
No 112 for Bingham 810 A A M MNo MNo IfNo
No 114 f TUnrhtm Rf htm 300 a 25 oo P PARRIVE M MARRIVE j jARRIVE
ARRIVE SALT 5AL T LAKE CITY CITYNo CITYNo CITY4o
No 4o 12 from Ogden and local localpoints localNo
points 953 A M UNo
No 5 from Denver and East 1025 A M MNo IfNo
No 1 from Denver and East 135 P pNo M MNo MNo2
No No2 2 from Denver and East 1100 P M MNo MNo i iNo
No 9 from Heber Provo and andMarysvale and1ar5vale andbiarysvale
Marysvale 600 P PM PMNo it itNo MNo
No 6 from Ogden and West 840 A M MNo itt ittNo
No 14 from Ogden 22a 22 P M MNo MNo
No 2 from Ogaen and West SMO P M MNo lLNo MNo
No 4 from Ogden and West 750 P M MNo AINo IfNo
No 7 from Eureka and Provo 1000 A M MNo AL ALNo Ifqo
No qo 101 from Park City 515 P M MNo j jo
No No o 113 from Bingham 1050 A k M MNo IfNo MNo
No 115 1 fmm frn rnm T Rf BfehTfl reharn hMn 5MO 5 P M MPEEEECT IfPEBSECT MPERFECT
PEEEECT DINING CAR SERVICE SERVICEAll
All trains except Noa N 05 1 to 6 Inclusive Inclusivestop incluaJvOatop inclusIvestop
stop at intermediate points pointsTicket pointsTicket pointsTicket
Ticket office Dooly block blo k Phone Phonet 2S 2SI >
1 A BEVTON RB TO i A AP P I ITHE D DTHE 0THE
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THE LAGOON ROAD ROADSalt ROADSalt ROADSalt
Salt Lake Ogden KailwayXJo KailwayXJoSIMON Railway CoSiMON Co CoSIMON
SIMON BAMBERGER BAMBERGERPresident BAMBEROERPresident h hPresident
President and General Manager ManagerTime Man ger r rTime 1 1Time
Time table In Effect tfect Nov 8 1901 1901LEAVH 1901LEA itoaLEAVE >
LEAVE LEA va SALT LAKE LAKEIf V Vf
If 1 f 830 11 a m in 2 430 30 630 p ra raLEAVE mJ mJLEAVE mILEAVE
LEAVE LAGOON Ii
7 93012 930 12 ra m3 3 530 730 p PL m

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