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F Wha il OriS THEYRE OFF AT BUENA VISTA TODAY TheSfS TheSportingAuoriy ft ority
Indications Point to Represen Representative Representative
tative Attendance of ofRace ofRace
Race Lovers LoversTRACK LoversTRACK
HlOdreds of Se1t Lake bone lo Iover5 rl5 will willT
I T Tbeyre yre off today todayIlIt
IlIt le rea8 T8MOfl < JU Is i the opening of the fall fallmling failm
mling m cLing of the Utah Jockey club at the tbePV thepv
PV mile track at Buena Vista Vistahre VistaVhkre
hre thirty days ago there was but a aTnn aIirrn
Iirrn Tnn waste of sagebrush and sand to tostand tot
t stand a as complete a race course as asbe
11 lIe found In the west It was rushed rushedI
I f mpletlon and nd while the stands stalls stallsI
the track Itself Itselfh Is Isl
I 01 I tnces ar ara new
h I The same foundation on which the ther
r Fd h hamerJ horses of the west made maderu
11 ru time Itl 1890 Is there and the years yearsIII
III 1IlIness only served to settle it Into IntonUtr intoitJitr
nUtr itJitrt Cntour CntourTh
Th t li visitors to the track today will see seeft seer
r ft track a pretty sight In itself itselfImmded Ielfrr
Immded rr atded b by scenic conditions that wut wutlilt widiIIit
lilt larglly In It success They will willa
a jock jeeky y club with local men be bei beHHi
HHi i I 1 it which la going to try and give a aI
I I1111g meeting the best In the country eountrTI countryTLi
TI TLi m tk stalls built b by the sociation sociationI Iation IationI
I filll hued > d with ponies 100 stalls at the thei
i tTuncbo are taken and applications applicationsI
I t111 room are In that will bring the them theIflT
m IflT 00 0 horse cl cIce to 500 before the theIII
III fl linA is well under wa waI way wayh
I h indication of the attendance toda today is isII
II I ill fl the pale of boxes ma mary having hwinBn havingreserved
n reserved > for the season and prac pracIily praciy
Iily iy all hain been sold for the big bigI
j I y
Ample Train Service ServiceI
I i park will be reached over the Salt SaltI
I k Route which will handle th the crowds crowdsw crowdstisively
w tisively < inly ths year par Special trains leave leaeion leavekIfliOfl
kIfliOfl ion depot 0 S L at 11 p m mj inIlL
j m 1i p m 3i I p m and 3 I p m mIll inli
Ill li firft race is called for 30 oclock oclockII
II I alld 150 1 30 trains will be the m mast llt POP POPa
a the 210 train will in in aU probn probni probamiss
i miss th first race Returning the thetrain
1 train leaves at 31 and later at atiflt a ali
li iflt ifltan nt hChedule hChedulean
an automobile and carriage drive drivei
i ri rp p to the park will be most attrac attracroad
11 ro road d out West Second South SouthI 9outhtwlng
I I Jlng in good condition As the thentranc theentrance
entrance Is on the north side the theSouth theI
I South street road is the only prac praciI
11 d iute ute to the park parkity parkIY
ity IY will be out in force for the theii
ii i card and while there is no dub dubc
c tt t boxes and automobile stands standsI
1 I popular popularI iopuiarfatUFC
I rature evt event > nt of the card the Buena Buenatj
1 tj handicap at six furlongs will eaU eaUII
II barrier > r t eleven > or the fastest thor thorI
I r ds that ever raced in the state statefair stateti
ti fair weather It looks like eleven elevenThe
Th The W P Fine entry of Glorlo Glorloave
ave will be the favorite > but the theL
L > lI8 1 l Insure a race from the barrier barrierin
1 r ther five events all look good and andsport andT
T i sport is expectEd expectEdn
I wn n the magnificent stretch of the tbeI
I the drives to the wire should call
1 11 a sight to be remembered lo long The Ther
r k T i in built that the horses feet can cann
> n around the circuit unlike many manytracks manytrtcks
tracks whhh an low at one point pointPt1WI pointthei
Pt1WI thei Thp Th banking on the > tums alao alaotit aoL
L r tit tlIP 1ttahJ s in the stands standst
t k lik Mix hooks cutting in for tilt tiltL
r L 01 pJa play With a t than for more morUncle moreUncle
Uncle Sam SamThe
The Responsible ResponsiblePawn ResponsibleCuts
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broker brokerCuts
Cuts the Rate
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Commercial Commercial8AL
Turf Exchange
48 East EMOnd South Strut StrutCalifornia StreetCalifornia
California and Dd Eastern Races DIr6Qt DIr6QtWINe DIreoWires
WINe en AD Sortng rtng Event EventThe EventsThe
The Open Season Seasonon
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CODIE1 CDM31EMEs CES OCT 1 1Equip 1Tqulp
Equip ourelt now from our im imInse Iminse
Inse stock or Gun Ammunitions Ammunitionsinting AmmunltlonsIi
Ii nting Clothing etc etcWestern etcWestern
Western Arms and andC andSporting
Sporting C ngGoods Goods Co CoESTABLISHED CoSTABL1SHED
Wm F Armstrong President PresldlntByron PresidentByron
Byron Groo Cashier CUblerCOMIr CashierCOMM1qCIAL
Four pec el cent Intt interest > r st on li avlnp eM eMpsl dei3sI
psl tCCOIJTlts soJictted Satistactory Satistactoryd
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RELIEVES In 24 HOURS mw mwthe linUsthe
the sam diseases ilk itho2t
001 Inconrenience Inconrenienceold flCORVfli8flO
old tf IJIR
a as the meting progress The betting bettingring bettingring
ring lit to tll north of the stand and andhaN andhai
haN a most metropolitan aPlJ apparance arance The Thealrangement rheaITanKtmtnt
aITanKtmtnt of lhe buildings is modern modernin
in f wery > ry way and the plant JI aU that can canbe
be asked askedTo askedTo I
To General Manager W W Finn and andto andto
to J V Rice secretary the work of ofbuilding ofbuilding
building the track has fallen and yester yesterday yesterday
day as the finishing touches were placed placedthey placedthey
they received man many congratulations congratulationsEveryone
Everyone that hI has visited the track trackhas trackhas
has seemed p pleased ased said Mr Finn wt wtnight lastnight
night The horsemen who have worked workedtheir workedtheir
their horses over It are more Ulan pleased plealedand pleasedand
and we expect record time right along alongin
in fair weather We e are going to try and andstve andgive
give a running meeting that will keep the theold theold
old friends and make ne new Mends for the theeport thesport
sport We have a liberal patronage patronpIn I
In the past to look back upon and the thefuture thefuture
future looks even brighter I expect at atleast atleast
least iOOO per persons ons at the track today toclayFrom todayFrom
From Denver yesterday came APplica APplication application
tion for 1410 stalls many stables to ship shipover shipover
over here after the Denver races close cJOIetonl closetonight
tonl tonight < < bt Among the shIppers will be the thefamous thefamous
famous Pasadena stables Irwin Bro and andother andother
other western horsemen horaemnThe horsemenThe
The meeting toda today will offer the first firsti firstsight
i sight pt of racing on a ml mile track seen in inUtah inutah
Utah in twenty years Buena Vista is istht IsThe
The place say many friends already alreadymade alreadymade
made and many more are promised to today today
Finals in Singles and nd a Challenge ChallengeMatch ChallengeMatch
Match Played Today TodayThe
The final play of the 1M 1O Intermountain Intermountaintennis
tennis tournament will be held this aft afternoon ft fternoon
ernoon at the Country club when the thefinals thefinals
finals and championship match In mens mens8inellS menssingles
singles will be played playedIn
In the tournament finals Ned Barnett Barnettand Uarnettand
and Iratlk Roberts have to finish the thedeciding thedeciding
deciding set of their match postponed on onccount onaccount
account of darkness more than a week wedtagu weekago
ago Following will come the challenge challengemateh challengematch
match In which Sam Neal will defend his hisIntermountain hisIntermountain
Intermountain title against the winner of ofGamett ofGarnett
Gamett and Roberts RobertsThe RobertsThe
The ply is scheduled to start at 4 p pm pm
m The courts are again in fast shape shapend shapeand
and nd excellent tennis Is assured In the theehallenge thechallenge
challenge match Sam Neel i8 the > favor favorIte favorIte
Ite to retain his title although either of ofthe ofthe
the two semifinals will give him a afast alast
fast game gameSEATTLE gameSEATTLE
A A O Championships Result in inAnother inAnother
Another Victory for West WestSPatUe WestSeattle
Seattle Wash Sept 17LoI Angeles Angelesand
and St Louis figured prominently In the thefinals thefinals
finals of the annual champion championship hip boxing boxingand boxingand
and wrestling meet of the Amateur Ath Athletic Athletic
letic Union at the Alaska AlaskaYukonPacific AlaskaYukonPacificexposition YukonPacific YukonPacificexpoeJtlon
exposition auditorium last ni night nightGeorge rht rhtGeorge
George KirkwOOd of St Louie won the the115pound the115pound
115pound boxing match from Charles CharlesGivens ChalesGivens
Givens of Sattle In the 1S8pound box boxIng boxing
Ing division Greumn of Los Angeles Angeleswon
won from Tom Burke of Vancouver B BC BC
C Fred Gilmaster the 125pound cham champion ehamplon
pion of the south competing under the theauspices theauspices
auspices of the St Louis club lost In the thesemifinals thesemifinals
semifinals to Freddie Nord of Seattle SeattleOne atUe atUeOne
One of the ft features > ot the meet was wasthe wasthe
the victory ot Pete KcVelllh of Seattle Seattleover Seattleover
over Charles Boseh of Los Angeles in inthe inthe
the lightweight match This bout went wentfour wentfour
four rounds roundsThe roundsThe
The local entries took the wrestling wrestlingpr wrestlingprizes
pr prizes 5 few outsiders competing competingINTERCOllEGIATE competingINTERCOLLEGIATE
Seckel of Princeton and Legg of Yale Yalein
in ii Finals Finalslye FinalsRye
lye N Y Sell I7Todi 17Todys s play
II the iutercollegiate li1itlvldu 1 challl challlplonEhar chaitiplopahi
plonEhar over the pawulll links left leftAthtl leftAibe
Athtl t Se ekel kel Princeton anl Harv HarvLegg IIaryLegg
Legg Yale as the survivors who wl will willfight l lfight
fight lot the highest honor in the thefinals thefInals
finals tomorrow Legg has twice held heldthO heldthe
the Minnesota state title and this sum lIumaner summer
aner won the TransMississippi cham championship
plonshlp plonshlpWELL pionshipWELL
Gravfsend N Y Sept l 17Mark Xark Rear Reardon Reardon
don Charles Heinemn Orlando Jones JonsSnow Jonesw
w Snow Sam Frank and J Donohue Donohueall
all well known members of the Metro MetroIJOlitan Metroliolitan
IJOlitan Turf a association were arrested at atthe atthe
the track today onbencb on bench warrants The Thearrests Thearrests
arrests were made by detectives from fromthe fromthe
the district attorneys office of Kings Kingscounty Kingscounty
county on charges of violation of the theantibetting theantibetting
antibetting laws lawsANDERSON lawsANDERSON
+ Chicago Sept 17 17Willie WUJle Ander Ander80n + 4
4 son of the St Louis Country club to toI 4 4day
+ da day successfully defended his title of ofwestern 4
I 4 western open golf champion by lead leadI +
4 ing a field of nearly sixty with the thescore 4
I 4 score of 28S for seventytwo holes holesmpdnl +
4 medal play in the annual tournament tournamentfinished + 4
4 finished at the Skokie club today todayStpwart +
4 Stewart Gardner of Hxmoor xmoor fin flnIshtd 4 4ished
+ Ishtd in second place with 297 giving givingAnderson 9
4 Anderson a clear lead ot eleven elevenstrok +
4 strokes s Jack Croke of Grand Rapids Rapidswas +
+ was third with 300 300H 300L +
+ H + + L + + + + + + + + + + + + 4 + t tBUENA + + + + + + 4 4BUENA
First race selling five and onehalf onehalffurlonlsChitterllnJ1is onehalfU
furlonlsChitterllnJ1is U 103 Mazapan > n
109 Yellow Foot 103 G Gags 19 Pru Prudent Prudent
dent 101 Eudora 1 101 Furnace IS 98Barber ISBarber
Barber 1 1Second 109 109Second
Second race selllnlf twoyearolds twoyearoldstour
tour and onebalf furlonglAdy Pan Panchita Panchita
chita li Galtor 115 l9 Blued 103 103Minnedoeia 103Minnedocia
Minnedoeia 105 Genova 186 ie Yuba Yubaioa
105 105Third Third race selling one and onesix onesixteenth oneaixteenth
teenth milesDr Mayer 106 Charlie CharliePaine arlie arliePaine
Paine 10 107 Ellerd 11 110 Prince of Cas Castile Castile
tile 10 107 AkSarBell 10 Buckthorn
100 100Fourth Fourth race the Buena Vista han lIanI handkap
dkap lib furIOl1KAGlorlo 115 Oalves
I 104 Hannah Louise 99 Ko Kopek Ie 95 95Kerry 9 9Kerry
Kerry 96 9 Jolter 104 Ethel Day y 104 104la 104La
la Reine Hlndoo 98 8 Mad Muagrave usgrave
96 Lord Nelson 101 1 Trocha 8 8Fifth 8Fifth
Fifth race selling five and ouebalf ouebalffurlonKSGretcun onehalffurlongsGretchpfl
furlonKSGretcun 103 Sir Barry BarrylOG
lOG Charlie Doherty 112 Velma 0
114 JllIett 109 10 Rose Daly 114 No NoQuarter NoQuarter
Quarter 19 19Sixth 109Sixth
Sixth race ae1Uue one mtleKopek
109 Bardoni 112 Trocha 14 JohnLouis John JohnLouis
Louis 104 Priceless Jewel 110 Mer Merlingo er erlingo
lingo 100 Rustling Silk 107 107ENGLISH 197ENGLISH
Manchester England Sept l 17The 17TheBury The TheI
Bury yearold plate of 200 sovereIgns sovereIgnsfive veretcnafivt
I five > furlongs WI was won today by Mint MintMaster Int IntI
Master H P Whitney Xela filly fin flnIshed finished
I Ished third thirdI thirdThe
I The Cromwell handicap of 200 sower sowercigne ver veri
i eigns for 3yarokls and upward one oneI onemile
I mile was won by Sens Senseless Jeut Black Sea Seawas Seawas
was second aDd Diqnoslll third Among Amongtll
tll eight startelll was H P Tbltnes WhitneysDinna TbltnesDlnna
Dlnna Ken II IITlw IIlhc
Tlw Lancaster nursery handicap of ofsOHIelgns 2O 2Osovereigns
sovereigns for 2yearolds five furlongs furlongswas
was won b by Lonawand Flying Seal was wassecond II IIsecond
second and H P bltneys Ove Oversight Oversightthird ht htj
third Amo Among g the nineteen starters was wasJ
j J R Kne s Coronel
Theyre Off OffThe
The Utah Jockey cll1b opens it its fall IlIp nieting < ting at the Buena Vista Vistathe rae nurse nursethe
the safat and fastest mile track in tie west WE5tTODAY westTODAY
For tblrt thirty das of racing rain or shine Inaugural purse the Buena Vl Vista Vistahandicap ta tahandicap
handicap and four other fast races will be run today First race starta at atADMISSION Z3O Z3OADMISSION
Trains leave union station Oregon Short line depot at 645 a m 7JIi a m mWJO mJ4Ii0
WJO a m 121 p m 1 p m 150 p m and 3 p m Returning leave Buena Duenaista BuenaVista
Vista ista park 155 a m 852 a m 1 17 p m 439 4 p m iQi p m 6 51 p m mand inand
and 541 1 m mVehicles inVehIcles
Vehicles must Co out West Second South street to reach the automobile olJ4 olJ4car d dcarriage
car carriage entrance to the park parkTHE parkTHE
J W RICE Sec c and Trla W W FIXN lIanagir
j Ij
The Newark reports of the match matchraee matchraea
raee last Sunday at Valesburg between
Lawson Kramer and Clarke won by
Kramer In two straight heats at one O11emile onemile
mile go to show that the decision of
Referee Kelsey dl quallhing Lawson Lawsonin
in the second heat for cutting In on onthe onthe
the pole was far from satisfactory to tothe tothe
the great crowd of fans present It Itseems 1
seems that there Is a track rule that thatno
no rider may pass an another ather on the in inside
side even when there Is plenty of ofroom ofroom
room As a matter of fact there is isa isa
a rule to that effect but It Is never
followed even at Valesburg unless the therider therider
rider taking the pole fouls another
Kramer won the first heat in fair talrshpe fairshape
shape from lawson and Clllrke and
the opinion Is that he Js the best man
But many want to see Lawson ride
Sunday when he has rested from his
trip from Salt Lake LakeIn
In speaking of the second heat the
Newark sews says saysOn saysOn
On the start the men were off slow
again and throughout the heat there
was jockeying galore It was coming
to the fourth lap of this when Law Lawson I Ison
son made his steal The positions had
been changing repeatedly but at this
point Kramer was first with Clarke
on his wheel and Law Lawson on about three
lengths back The trio was on the
South Orange avenue turn and going
slowly when all of a sudden Lawson
let loose He shot down behind the
other to whizzed bv them before
they hardly knew wb what t was happen
ing and got the lead Kramer how
ever saw Lawson waS below the line
when the Swede went by and he Im
mediately put up his hand in protest
The first bowling alleys to go into ac action action
tion for the year will be the Bismarck Bismarckset
set owned by Sig Simon The opening openingwill
will be Monday and will ill be In charge chargeof
of Shorty I Ckdahl < one of the crack
bowlers of the City league last year yearShorty yearShorty
Shorty knows the bowling game from fromfinn fromfirst
finn to last and boasts of more than tbanthirteen thanthirteen
thirteen years Iars experience experlencShorty experienceShorty
Shorty sayz ay that he wilt have the al alleys alleys
leys in top shape for the openi openiand opening openingand
and expects to entertain the fans all allthroughout allthroughout
throughout the winter The entire plant planthas planthas
has been renovated and the Billmarck will willbe willbe
be an active factor In the bowling game gamethi8 gamethis
this winter winterQuinn winterQuinn
Quinn Quinn proprietors of the theCrown theCrown
Crown alleys are looking for a new 10 10ceUon 10cation
ceUon and nd when they get in the field fieldthere fieldthere
there will be every opportunity for a live liveseason liveseason
season In bowling this Inter winterPROSPECTS InterPROSPECTS
Michigan Loses LosesstarFootball Star Football Man Manand Manand
and Yost Not Smiling SmilingAnn
Ann Arbor 1I1ch Sept I 17Develop 17Developments Develop Developments
ments of the last few days have not notserved notserved
served to better Michigans football pros proepectsalread30 prospoetsalready
pectsalread30 discouraging enoughto an anappreciable anappreciable
appreciable extent Director Bartelme reo reocehld received
cehld a letter from Ralph Craig who whoscored whoscored
scored most heavily for Michigan In the theea5tem theeastern
eastern intercollegiate track meet ht met metspring lt ltspring
spring saying that the track star had haddecided haddecided
decided to keep out of football at least leastfor leastfor
for this sea aean n Yost had been planning planningon
on w using ng Craig at the end on thevarslt thevarsltIt the varsity varsityIt
It also looks as if Crumpacker Casey Caseyand Caseyand
and Riley of last years 31 I menall menallof
of whom were expected to be on hand at atthe atthe
the opening of the seatOnwill also 00 00ml8llng bemissing
missing when the squad begins work at atTbltmore atWhitmore
Tbltmore lake on Sept 31 31The O OThe
The bear reports were largely offset offaetthough offsetthough
though by the announcement that BUr BUrEdmunds BillEdmunds
Edmunds whom YOIrt considered the star starot starof
ot last years ears back field until an injury to tohis tohis
his brother forced him to leave college collegewould collegewould
would be on hand for the first workout workoutNeither workoutNeither
Neither Coach Yost nor Captain Aller Allerdice Allerdice
dice has yet et arrived at Ann Arbor but buthoth butboth
both are expected early next week when whendefinite whendefinite
definite plans will be laid for the season
at the same time holding back from fromfollowing
following Clarke stayed with Kra 1ramer I Imer
mer while Lawson went ahead and andfinished andfinished
finished up the race a lap ahead of ofthe ofthe
the other two twoWhen twoWhen
When It came to to the finish between betweenKramer betweenKramer
Kramer and Clarke the American wu wasleading
leading at the pole Clarke started his hilijump hisjump
jump on the curve but Kramer began bepnto
to pedal at about the same time and andthe andthe
the efforts of Clarke to get by him himwere himwere
were futile About half way down the theback theback I
back stretch Clarke fell In behind behindKramer behindKramer
Kramer and waited until the stretch stretchto
to make anothe bid but then again againhis againhis
his effort was fruitless and Kramer Krameron Kramerwon I
won on handily Immediately Referee RefereeKelsey RefereeKelsey
Kelsey after a consultation with Ith some someof someof
of the other officials rendered his de decision decision
cision disqualifying Lawson and gl gling glv glving
ing Kramer the race raceMany raceMany
Many sp spectat ctat rs left the track after afterthe afterthe
the match race but by doing so tbe tbemined they theymissed
mined some good racing In the two twomile twomile
mile profeesional open Kramer quit quitin quitIn
in this race after riding a few laps lapssaying lapssaying
saying the field was too big for safety safetyClarke safetyClarke
Clarke won the race by a welltimed welltimedsprint welltimedsprint
sprint off Norman Andersons wheel wheelfrom wheelfrom
from the tape though the ride of Law Lawson Lawson
son wall about the best made Lawson Lawsonhad Lawsonhad
had been accepting pace from Ernie ErniePye ErniePye
Pye one of the group In from Salt SaltLake SaltLake
Lake City but pye was lost in the thefinal thefinal
final shuffle and Lawson had to go gofor gofor
for himself He did it and from prac practicallY practlcally
ticallY nowhere came In fourth throu through througha h ha
a sprint that gives ives Indications that he hewill hewill
will be a big factor in the racing here herewhen herewhen
when he works off his train legs legsFogler legsFogler
Fogler Was second In the race and andRoot andRoot
Root third
The Eel Captures the Feature of the theGrand theGrand
Grand Circuit Meet Yesterday Yesterdayat
at Syracuse SyracuseSyracuse SyracuseSyracuse
Syracuse N Y 1 Sept 1The free freeforall freeforall
forall pace was the feature of the thegrand thegrand
grand circuit meeting today the gray grayCanadian grayCanadian
Canadian stallion The Eel wriggling wrigglingout
out a victor victory after losing the second secondheat secondheat
heat to Copa de Oro in 2031 031 Summary
209 pace best 3 In Ii purse 1200 1200unflnlsbed 1200unfinished
unfinished from yesterdayElla Am Ambulator Ambulator
bulator won first fourHl and fifth tlfthheatl fifthheats
heats Time 2O7 Oil ZOsb 886 2071 207 Caf Caffeno
feno WOn second and third beat Time Time08t
208 08t 20H Byron K Lady of Honor HonorAnn HonorAnnabelle
Annabelle Ann bene Lee Sehurmerhorn and ICing lngCoh ICingCole
Cole lllO started startedirtoralI startedIrroforli
irtoralI pacing 2 in 3 111Ise 111Ise12f0Ihe PIse8120The
12f0Ihe Eel won first and third thjrdhtiti thirdhat
hat Time 28 20a Cops de deOro
Oro won second heat Time 283t 283tLady 203jLady
Lady Maud C and Al Ueen et Wilson lIson also alostarted alsostarted
Gravesend Sept I7A ver very ordi ordinary ordinary
nary card was run off here today The Theteature Thefeature
feature was the first event at a mile mileana mileano
ana a quarter which resulted In a avictory avictory
victory for the favorite Beaucoup BeaucoupVoolcallta BeaucoupWoolcasta
Voolcallta at Iii to I proved a big lIur lIurprise surprier
prier when abe won the third event eventFirst eventFirst
First race about six furlongsDreamer furlongsDreamereven
even won Anelus 9 to 2 second Prince PrinceGal PrInceGal
Gal 9 I to 5 thIrd Tlmel10 5 5Second 5Second
Second race mile and a slxteenthQuan slxteenthQuantlce
lice 5 to 1 won BlacktonJ 1 to Ii L sec second seeond
ond Dr Hoisberg 11 to i thIrd Time Time1i
118 118Tblrd Third race five ind a half furlongs furlongsokast furlongsWolcasta
Wolcasta okast 5 to 1 won Zacatacas i to tosecond tosecond
second Medallion 6 to I third Time
107 10745 10745Fourth 45 45Joourth
Fourth race mile an anl a quarterBeau quarterBeaucoup
coup 3 I tQ 5 won o04lcraft 11 to 5 sec second seeond
ond Miss Kearney t to 2 third Time TimeFlftb TimeFifth
Fifth race mile and an eighthSuper eighthSuperstition
stition 11 to 6 won Green Bridge 8 to 1 1st 1second
st second > BftIelew 1 10 to 1 third TI TIliI Time
liI 45 45Sixth 45Sixth
Sixth race five and a half furlong furlongCurly furlongsCurly
Curly Locks 4 to 1 won Malltine 3 to 1 1second 1second
second Grecian Bend 1 to 1 third Time Time1O
1 1O 3 3f
Ogden Sept 17Frlday eleventh da day Weather clear track fast A J Blum Blumrt Iliumpresiding
presiding rt > siding judge W V M 1 Murray starter
f FIRST RACEIive furlongs selling 2yearolds Value to first 120 120I
I 3 t Betting BettingInd
Ind Horse Wt S 14 > > Str Fin Jockey Op CI CI2i Ciau
2i au Faurusa 107 2 21 12 11 Il Piekens Pickensd 25 25 25Mis
d Mis Miss Batte Hattie 16 107 1 11 2 24 21 2134 23 E Smit Smith I 6l4 I
l4 Fr Fred Stne Stone lQ 110 4 14 34 12 32 32 32 32 3 Tho Thomas 2 2 2Tansy
20 Tansy w f s 6 41 42 44 Gh Groth 8 I
204 Stanley MlldwrI1 Mi1dwardUe I 4 Ht I I 5 i ApJo Aguayo Io 10 1 hi hiAt
At pt poet l 1 minutes Of Off at I 24 ThD Tlme 3 3 5 51 2i 25 1 146 2 2Faurus p4 p4Faurusa
IIbo show Faurus Faurusa out outSratchedChrle outScratchedCharles place out sw show 0 oet Hati Hattie place 3 to i sw show ot set Stone StoneIIbo Stoneshow
SratchedChrle ScratchedCharles J Harvey HarveWinner HarveyWinner
Winner ch h f by Yelow Yellow TallMarie IMare f o Owner e Ance Anchorage Sk Farm FarmTrainer FarmTrainer
Trainer J Lwe LweStart Lowe LoweStart
Start go good Won re ridden ot cot Sd Second a and tb third easily Iy Flur Fanrissa mu much the thebst thebest
bst best Hatte Hattie ran an Imprvd improved rac race Stne Stone di did his bt best bestM
214 L I M S SECOND 120 RACEFve RACEFive turl furlongs sl1 aelllng3yearoida yeros aD cad tp up Vlu Value Btnc BtncIn Betting Bettingintl to first tlrstS firstL
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Afraid That Boxing Is at End EndKetchel EndKetchel
Ketchel Is Disappointed DisappointedWith
With Rest RestI Rest RestNew
New New York Spt Sept 1TM 17The abandnmnt abandonment abandonmentof
of th the fgbt fight betwen between Stanlr Stanie Ketchel and andSam nd ndSam
Sam Langtord h has cted crested conlerton conlertonI consternation consternationamong
among the mn many thOMOS thousands of light fo lot lotlowers
10wrI lowers in New York and the sre scores of ofclub ofclubs
club clubs which hlcb have bn been producing well el at attnd attended
tnd tended matcb matches I It 1 is pow pucus ow believed tht thtIf that thatif
If he s so deir desires Gvror Governor Hughes Is In Ina ina
a position lton to put an n end to the sport sportentirely sportentirely
entirely entirelyThe entirelyThe
The Falnont Faimiont Athltc Athletic club which bs bssheuled has hasscheduled
sheuled scheduled the KetchelLanfon KetchelLangford bout Is Issk Issaid
sk said to be perfety perfectly ofnmd organised and I as aswell
wel well within th the lel legal lmit limits as sh such an anorganization n norgnizton
orgnizton organization could b be and I it I is fear feared fearedthat
that If such cub clubs cannot pruce produce 8 a figt figtof fight fightof
of anx Importance ten then no oher other can canThe canThe
The mt most bitterly disappinted disappointed mn ovr ovrthe over overthe
the stopping of the rght right Is Stnley Stanley Ketc Ketch Ketchel
el hlRi himself He said he was so anxious anxiousto
to met meet and whip Lngford Langford that he would wouldwaive wouldwaive
waive any pl possible le fee and would fght fghtfor fight fightfor
for nothing But hi his manger manager VUJus WillusBritt VUJusBrit
Brit Britt veto vetoed this Ketchel and Lng Lngfor Lang Langford
for ford will il lave leave for the ws west in a day or ortwo ortwo
two wher where Ketchel wl Will star atert hr hard trin trinIng train training
Ing for the fight with Jack Johln JohlnI Johnson JohnsonI
I would have whippd whipped Langfo Langford ea ealy ens ensily
ly ily sid said Ketchel and I am sorely rely die disappinte dieappointed
appinte appointed bu8 because we ha had a bar hard time timebringing
brnging bringing Langford to tes terms However HoweverI
I am willing to mt meet this nero negro at any anytm anytime
tm time under any term terms I wnte wanted to she shehim givehim
him a go good beatng beating befO before I whipp whipped whippedJohnson
Johnson Johnsn s so that wth JOhhs Johnse I would wouldhave wouldhave
have cleaned up the entr entire creul circuit of n tie tiegro
go gro fghters fghtersPHYSICAL fighters fightersPllYSICA
o B Gingrich for the past two twoears twoyears
years ears physical director of the Bing Binghamton Binghamton
hamton N Y Y M C A arrive arrived In InSal inSalt
Sal Salt Lake last night to acept accept the thepositon theposition
positon position of p physical yslcl diretor director of the theY they
Y M I C A here Jame James R H Ad1 Adsit of ofAlbny ofAlbany
Albny Albany N Y also got In yesterday yesterdayMr
Mr Adsit wl1 will be an n Instructor In the thephYllcl thephysical
phYllcl physical deprtment department of the lol local u usolUon assoclation
solUon solUonThe soclation
The two wi will work under the super supervIsion supervision
vIsion or the scretary secretary of the physical physIcldeprtment physicaldepartment
department or the association associationIn laUon laUonIn
deprtment In the two new men the association associationbelieves olaUon olaUonb
b believes It ha rounded out a com complete cornplete
plete corps of physical department men menand menand
and that the plans for the department departmentthis
handled handledSENIORS handledSENIORS this year er wl1 will b be most effcieaUy effcieaUyhandled efficiently efficientlyhandled
The Sl Salt Lke Lake Sniors Seniors and the Orlen Orlentall Orientala
tall tala broke eyt even > n Yeterday yesterday In a doubl double doubleheader
heder header The Snior Seniors won the firt first ge geby game gameby
by a sre score of 1 11 to 8 8 and the Orentals Orentalstook Orientals Orientalstook
took the snd second by a score re of 9 to 5 5 5Five i
Five eror errors in the sventh seventh and eighth eighthInnings eighthinnings
Innings by the Snior Seniors alowe allowed the Ori Orientl Onentala
entl entala to pil pile up six x run runs and win Sr Scores ScoresFirst
Fnt First game R H E ESnloltl KSeniors
Snloltl Seniors gme 2I O 000 3 3li > 11 1 14 2 2Orentals 2Onientals
Onientals 8 I 12 2 2BtereSnior 2BatteriesSeniors
Orentals 20
BtereSnior BatteriesSeniors Brnkly Brinkley an and White WhiteOrientals VhlteOrentals
Orentals Orientals Caldwl Caidwelt and Smith SmithSend SmithSecond
Send Second game R H E ESnio KSeniors
Seniors la 8 200000IG5 J 10 5 5Orentals 5Onientals
Snio < 4
Orentals Onientals 0 021 0 000 D 39 1 13 1 1Bttere8Bnloltl 1BatteriesSenIors
Bttere8Bnloltl BatteriesSenIors Hars Harris and Whit White WhiteOnlentals
Orntals Onlentals Atkins and Smith SmithATLANTA SmithATLANTA
Memphis emphil Tenn Spt Sept 17Alhougb 17Although the theninth theninth
ninth annul Suther Southern league race will willnot il
not end untl until Satrdays Saturdays gmes games are areplayed areplayed
played al all doubt about the pnnant pennant win winnr winncr I
nr ncr wa was setted settled with yesterdays rult results resultsAtlantas
Atlantas AUants defeat of Memphis Iemphl make makes It ItIplble itimpossible
Iplble impossible for Nashvlle Nashville the sd second club clubIn
In the rce race to overhaul Ata Atlanta ta even eventbough eventhough
though Atlnta Atlanta los lose ever every game scheduled scheduledNashville huled huledNahvUJe
NahvUJe Nashville wi will finish send second Montgomery Montgomeryor
or New New Orlans Orleans third thirdLKELY thirdLIKELY
San Francisco ranciso Sept Sept l 17The The Pacilc PacilcAthltc Pacific PacificAthletic
Athltc Athletic cub club announce announces that it has hasmatched hasmatched
matched Lw Law Powel Powell and Johnny Frayn Frayne Fraynethe
the crack llghtwetht leightweights to flbt fight twenty twentyrunds twentyrounds
runds rounds pa n the ngbt night of Ot Oct 6 T The mn mnwUJ men menwill
will wlth weigh In at 13 133 pund pounds at S oclok ocloko oclock oclockon
o on the atteoon afternoon of that day Eie EieSmith Eddie EddieSmith
Smith wl wilt referee refereePowel refereePowell
Powel Powell and nd FraOne are conaldr considered by bylol bylocal
lol local fight folowers followers as the mo most likely likelycndldates likelycandidates
candidates to wrest the tUe title f from Bt Bttng Bet Betlung
tng lung Nelsn Nelson and It Is purp purposed to mtch mtchth match matchthe
th the winner with the champion the ron rontet contest
tet test to takO take plac place In San Frncl Francisco In InNovember InNovember
November NovemberMARGETTS NovemberMARGETTS
Spil Special to The HeraldRepublcan HeraldRepublcanBingham HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanBlaghani
Bingham Spt Sept l 17The The Yampa Yampabbl Yampabaseball
bbl baseball tem team wi iil meet the Inde IndeveadeRt Independents
veadeRt pendents of Slt Salt Lake on the Dlngham Dlnghamdimond Biaghamdiamond
diamond Saturday afernoon afternoon and again againOR
OR Sunday afernoon afternoon The Yampa Yampate YampatOam
te tOam Is In fine shape and blieves blievesIt believes believesIt
It wi will beat Margetts tem team in bth bthgBles both bothgames
games Much enthusiasm has been beenarule beenaroused
arule aroused gBles and large erowdl crowds wil will turn turnout turnout
out to wlnells witness the contest contestALEX contestetALEX
+ Ne New Uochele Rochelle N Y Sept 1 17 174Alex i iAlex +
+ 4Alex Alex Sih Smith won the Metropolitan etroplan etroplanopn +
4 open gol golf championship this af aft 4 4ernoon
+ + opn er hole ernoon holes n wlb with a Icore score of 309 OG for 7 72 72holes + I Ihole
4444 + + + 494 + + 44 + + ti + ± t + + + + + t tBASEBALL f + i + + + t tBASEBALL
The Tribune and Z Z C X I teams teamsmeet teamsmeet
meet at Walkers field this afernoon afernoonat afternoon afternoonat
at I p m Tennant and Hansn Hanson wi will willmake
make the Tribune bater battery and Brbr Brbrnd Barber Barberand
and nd Williams wi will look after the Z ZC ZC
Spial Special to The HeraldRpblcan HeraldRpblcanBngham HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanBlngham
Bngham Blngham Spt Sept liA H Powl Powell mster mstermhanic master mastermechanic
mhanic mechanic Jo Joe ateenln stevenson tveln traveling en engner engineer
gineer Chief Air Inspctor Inspector Slattry Slattery A A P PAppern PApperson
gner Appern Apperson division suprinteent superintendent and andGeneral nd ndGenral
Genral General Car Foremn Foreman Corove Coagrove or t the D DR DR
R R G raird railroad Inspcted inspected the skylne skyline and andCuprm andCuprum
Cuprm Cuprum yna yards yeedy yeedyW yesterday yesterdayW
W I II Hero Herron has bn been appintd appointed car carforemn carforeman
foremn foreman at Cuprum CuprumEngine CupruinEngine
Engine Xo 12 642 going down with a aork awork
work ork train jump Jumped the track hal half a mie mieest mile mileeast
est east of the Cuprr Cuprum yar yards on the D n nG ItG
G syln skyline delaying tafc Waffle several hours hourst hoursAt
At t about l 180 p m yestrday yesterday a loaded loadedtrain
trin train CQinc coiplag frm from a sidetrak sidetrack at Cuprm Cuprmon Cuprurn Cuprurnon
on tD the D R G sylne skyline rn ran Int into a train trainof trainof
of epUe empties plcblng pitching thre three empie empties over overt overthe
the dump don down the embankment bdes bdesdra besides besidesderailing
derailing three Tlffc Trfflc on the road was waste wastied
dra tied up for tr about ten hour hours A wrecker wreckercan wreckercame
te can came out f from Sl Salt Lke LkeA Lake LakeA
A car got aw away from the sing siding at the theBston theBoston
Boston Colld Consolidated te ore bn bin yesterday yesterdayand esteray esterayand
and md made a lghtning lightning run of about but a mil mile mileand
an and a hl half Fortunately DO oe one was In Injured injured
jured juredSay juredSay
Say Pipr Piper Heidsek Ieidsieek to your deIer dealer jf jfou Ifyou
you ou want a delghtful delightful mid mild and ples plesing pleas pleasing
ing gliuwing htwing tobcc tobccDaly tobacco tobaccoDailySaltairilathing <
Daly DailySaltairilathing Saltalr Bathing Trains TrainsI
I OO 0 returns 1 hits2ooreturns 45 0 returns 430 430Grand 30 30j
j Grand baU bait W Wandarnere fr tight tight
Won Llt Lost P C CPilsburg CPittsburg
Pilsburg Pittsburg 98 SS l 731 731Chicag 731Chicago
Chicag Chicago 91 H 1 574 574New
New york 7 79 5 52 002 002C1ncInatl 1 1CJncinnat
CJncinnat C1ncInatl 66 l 67 4 496 496Philadelphia
Pbllelpbla Philadelphia 81 oc 70 O 41 41S 481 481St
S St 1 Ioui Louis 47 83 lS lSro9kln SU SUBrooklyn
Brooklyn ro9kln 47 8 56 3 3Bton 353 353Boton
Bton Boton 31 3 93 3 SN SNTHOSE 200THOSE
pttbr Plttaburg Spt Sept liPltu 171Ittaburg deet defeated
Brkly Brooklyn to today or t the Rne nine blt hits t they
mde made lven seven wer were for ext extra b bases rn rang
lag al all the wy frm from twbDe twabaggers fo a
bme home run Sore Score R H E
Pltturfl Plttsburg 6 6Brlyn 9 0
Brlyn Brooklyn BrooklynBttenleeLeifleld 3 6 6DtrleeLlnld
DtrleeLlnld BttenleeLeifleld and nd G Gibson Mcn Mcln
tye Emslie tyre anI anti Brya Bryan UmpiresKane and
Chicgo Chicago Sept 17New York de
tested Chicg Chicago 4 to I loy today Wite Witeheld Wiltae Wiltaeheld
held the lols locals ey easy unti until the ninth ninthwhen ninthwhen
when he was taken out with the bases basesfull
ful full and none out Candal Crandall releve relieved relievedhim
him and retred retired the loals locals wih with only onlyone onlyone
one run Sore Score R H E EChicago
Chicago 1 I oh ohNew 1 1New
New York I 8 I IBtterlelPfel iBatteniesPfeister
BtterlelPfel BatteniesPfeister ler Overal Overall and andArcher andArcher
Archer Wiltee iltse Crandl Crandall and SbUe SbUeUmptresRIgl6r Schlie Schlie1YmpresRigler
UmptresRIgl6r and Johnstone JohnstoneNORTHJESTERN JohnstoneNORTHWESTERN
Tacoma Wash Va h Sept IAnnl 17Annie and andButler nd ndButer
Buter Butler were wld wild tOy today and the lols lolsconsistenty locals localsconsistently
consistenty consistently slpp slipped up on chancl chances at atcritical t tcritcal
critcal critical tme t1me and Aberdeen won in a awlk awalk
walk 8 to I Score It RBE RBETacoma H
Tacoma 1 1Abrdeen S SAberdeen
Abrdeen Aberdeen 8 8 0 0BtteriesAnnis 0BatteriesAnnie
BtteriesAnnis BatteriesAnnie and P Buter Butler and andBlankenship andBlankenship
Blankenship Sleer and OBrien Urn UrnpireFrary m mplreFrr
plreFrr plreFrrSpokane pireFrary pireFrarySpokane
Spokane Wash Spt Sept 1 1Several 1Severalhits veral veralhis
his hits trickled through the right side of ofthe ofthe
the Spokane Infield today that should shouldhave shouldhave
have been handled a long fy fly was lost lostIn lostIn
In the sun Baker uled used exerble execrable pitch pltcbIng pitching
Ing judkment and Vancouver took a atenInning ateninning
tenInning game that should hve have ben benwon been beenwon
won easiy easily by the locl local tem team RHE RHEVancouver Sor Score ScoreRHE
Vancuver Vancouver S 11 a aSpkne 3Spokane
Spkne Spokane 4 7 7BateriesHicey 2 2BatterlesHickey
BateriesHicey BatterlesHickey aM Stnley StnleyBker Stanley StanleyBaker
Bker Baker and Ostlieek OstlieekPortland
Ostflek OstflekPortand
Portand Portland Sept liWhatever chance chancePortland
Portand Portland had to win toys todays gme game was waslost
lost by plying playing that was coDsltenty coDsltentypor consistently consistentlypoor
poor throughout the cntest contest Sore SoreR Score
por R RHE RHESeattle H
Stte Seattle 8 I I IPortland
Portnd Portland 1 6 7 7Baterlulier 7BatteriesMiller
Baterlulier BatteriesMiller and Sbe Shea Bker BkerPinnance Baker BakerPlnnance
Pinnance and Fournier FournierCOAST FeurnierCOASTLEAGUE
Los ro Anleles Angeles Spt Sept 1Vernon Ihut Ihutout shut shutout
out San Francls Francisco I to t toy today Sre SreI Score ScoreH
I H I H E Eternon Kternon
ternon 3 II 1 1Sn 1Sen
Sn Sen Frneil Francisco t 5 1 1Bteri 1BatterlesHItt
Bteri BatterlesHItt Hit af and Hogan Durham DurhamAmi Durhamand
and WillIams WillIamsSan VIUams VIUamsSn
Sn San Frnciso Francisco Sept 1 1Guyn and andNfisn andNelson
Nfisn Nelson fought Ineffectuly ineffectually for a vic victory
tory in todars Iame game btween between Port Portland Portland
land and Okland Oakland which resuled resulted in ina ina
a te tie because of darkness l when the thefourteenth thefourteenth
fourteenth inning had been reached rechedOkland reachedOakland
Okland Oakland more than doubled the hits hitsmade hitsmade
made by the northern team but the thewere they theywere
were bdly badly scatere scattered except In the thetird thethird
tird third Inning when Cmeron Cameron doubled doubledRnd doubledand
and scored the thre three men on bases basesScor basesScore
Scor Score score R ILHE ILHEOekland H
O1and Oekland 3 11 10 3 3Portand 3Portland
Portand Portland 3 7 1 1BaterlesNelR 1BatteriesNelson
BaterlesNelR BatteriesNelson aa and Thoms Thomas Gyn Gynand Gynand
and Murray MurraySacramento IurrayScraUento
ScraUento Sacramento Cal Spt Sept 17cra 17cramenlo 17acrainento
menlo carrie carried off the gme game from the tbeAngels theAngels
Angels toy today min mainly I beu becaue Thonn Thonnwalked Thorsen Thorsenwalked
walked men just before tmely timely sinde singles singlesScore
Score R RHE RHELos H E ELos
Los Angeles 2 7 4 4Secramento 4Sacramento
Sacramento 3 4 2 2BtteriesThorsen 2DatteriesThorsen
BtteriesThorsen DatteriesThorsen and Smih Smith Baum Baumand
Omba Omaha St Sept liSre 17Score R H E EOmaha KOmaha
Omaha 614 614DesMolnes 1
De DesMolnes 101 i S 80 80BatteriesPatteil 0 0BterePte
BterePte BatteriesPatteil Lwr Lower and nd Godi Gonding GondingCadinan
Cadman Mie Miller L Lang a and XKnU XKnUWihita McManus McManusWichita
Wihita Wichita Spt Sept 17S iLScores iLScoresFirst
First game R R H E ETopka KTopeka
Topeka Frt gme 4 1 2 2Vlchta 2Wichita
Topka Wichita 1 12 12BterlsBs 2 2BatterIesBoles
BterlsBs BatterIesBoles and Kers Kerns Haisier and andJokeret nd ndJokert
Jokert Jokeret JokeretSecond
JokertS Second game R H E ETopeka
Toka Topeka S ge S S 9 9Ichta SWichita
Wichita Ichta j 1 11 1 1BttriKua 1BatteriesKaufflinu
and BttriKua BatteriesKaufflinu Jokerst JokerstLncn JokeratLincoln al sad Xe Xerr Hl llaasier llaasierand
Lncn Lincoln Sep Sept 1S 11Seers R 1 II K KLincoln
Lincoln 1 1 1 1Siux
Siux Sioux Cit City 0 1 o 4 4BatteriesRyan
BatteriesRyan and Nnanacer C Cbs Cbstick
Bat reRyn an c
tick and To ToDnver Towne TowneDenver
Dnver Denver Spt Sept 7Sesres 7SesresFirst S
Filt First game R H E EPuebo KPueblo
Pueblo I hi 11 I ID1 3Denver
Denver Puebo S 11 2 2BatteriesJackson
D1 BatteriesJackson and w wham Williams Dur Durhem
ham and Haa Hans HansPueblo
Pueblo 4 7 7Denver 2 2Denver
Denver ° 2 0 0BtereJackln 0BatteriesJackson
BatteriesJackson and Weigart Be Behannon
BtereJackln Wegrt I Ihannon
At IndianaplsIndlanp IndianapoilsIndanaPoUs s i 5 til tilwaukee i
wauke waukee 2 2At
At ToloT ToledoToledo o 2 St Paul a 3 3At
At LulymLi LouisvIlleLouisville ll 3 Minneapo MinneapoIts
Its 1 1At 1At
At ColumbusKans ColumbusKansas Cit City 2 Colum Columbu Columbus
bu bus O OGrand 0Grand
Grand ball andamere tonight
Won on Lst Lost I 1 C CDtroit CDetroit
Detroit 8 80 4 45 6l 6lPhiladelphia
Philadelphia s sa saBobton
Bobton 7 70 i8 58Chicago J II IIChico
Chicago Bton 7 II 5 50 50Cleveland
Chico Cleveland 1 8 11 i iNew 4st 4stNew
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