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TIGERS WIN OUT TheSportingAuthority TheSportingAuthorityof TheSs of Salt ift Lake ority
Paris Sept 30 roJames James J Jeffries EM fheAmerican he heAmerican
American heavyweight who has been beentraining beentrainIng beentraining
training here for his proposed fight with
Jack Johnson said today that he had al almost almost almost ¬
most completely recovered from the cold coldwhich coldwhich coldwhich
which he contracted several days ago agowhile agowhIle agowhile
while attending the races He will ill leave
for London next Tuesday and will sail sailtor
for the United States on Oct 19 19Jeffries 19Jeffries 19Jeffries
Jeffries expressed himself as disappointed disap disappointed dlappointed ¬
pointed at the themeagre meagre offer of 55000 for forafight fora forafight
afight a fight saying sa 1ng
I am the champion of the world I
have everything to lose and nothing to toeain togain togain
gain Therefore I want to fight for a apurse aJJUrse apurse I
purse of not less than 150000 That Is Isthe Isa isthe
the sum first proposed but since I have
a begun training my m o adversaries appear less I
keen I believe however that I will willmake willmake willmake
make a match as soon as I reach New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York I should prefer to fight In Amerlea Amer America AmerIca ¬
ica rather than In Australia Australia and have havereason havereason havereason
reason to believe that the governors of offseveral ofseveral ofseveral
several states would be willing to allow a afight afight afight
fight to take place placeJeffries placeJeffries placeJeffries
Jeffries said that he considered himself himselfIn
In splendid physical condition conditionI
I am quicker than I ever was he headded headded headded
added and am confident I can lick IIckJohn IIckJohnson John Johnson Johnson ¬
son sonTo To friends with whom he discussed the thefight thefight
fight Jeffries repeatedly declared the theonly theonly theonly
only thing he feared was a man with a apowerful apowerful apowerful
powerful left leftMrs leftMrs
Mrs Jeffries watches her husband husbandcarefully husbandcareful husbandcarefully
carefully careful accompanying him everywhere eve where
Gang Working the Buena Vista VistaRaces VistaRaces VistaRaces
Races Foiled Before Well WellStarted WellStarted WellStarted
Started StartedThe
The mystery m 8tery of race returns by way wa Of Ofprivate ofprivate f fprIvate
private messages which have reached the thepool t thepool e epool
pool rooms roomslin < iii the western and Pacific Pacificcoast Pacificcoast Pacificcoast
coast cities in time to beat out the regu regular regular regular ¬
lar report over the track wire at Buena BuenaVista Buena1lsta BuenaVista
Vista was cleared yesterday in the ar arrest artest arrest ¬
rest of one man and the rout of a num number number number ¬
ber of others It s seems ems that for some sometwo sometwo sometwo
two das past outside pool rooms have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been beaten on eu races at Buena Vista Vistaand VIstaand Vistaand
and service has been furnished to tohan1 tohan1b hand handbooks handbooks ¬
books b < loks without the customary royalty ro alty due duethe duethe duethe
the local racing association associationKnowing associationKnowing associationKnowing
Knowing that the results of the races raceswere ractswere raceswere
were gettingon getting on the wire of the telegraph telegraphcompanies telegraphcompanies telegraphcompanies
companies almost immediately after the thefinish thefinish thefinish
finish was recorded on the board the thefirst thefirst thefirst
first move was to catch the parties in inside inide ¬
side the grounds who were signaling to tothe tothe tothe
the outside outsideThe outsideThe
J The local detectives and special offi officers ofneIS officers ¬
cers at the track were put ut on the scentbut scent scentbut
but it remained for a well known local localhorseman local1orseman localhorseman
horseman who was interested jnter ted in the legal legalwire legalwire legalwire
wire coming comln from the track to discover discoverthe
the wInders Two men sitting high up
in the grand rand stand evidently conveying conveyingsignals conveyinglgn conveyingsignals
signals lgn ls were finally ftnan o noticed The two twowere twowre twowere
were watched and as thSvjjumbers of the thefirst thetIrst thefirst
first second and third horses were hun hunup hunUII hung hungup
up one of the two was seen to lift his hishat his1mt hishat
hat straighten his necktie pat his com companion comIunion irompanlon ¬
panion on the shoulder or use other simi ¬
lar signs signsFrom algnsFrom signsFrom
From the direction in which the opera operators Olrators operators ¬
tors faced it was seen that their confed confederates confedcrates confedcrates ¬
crates must be lying hin somewhere directly directlycast directlyallt directlyeast
cast of the track A search on the out outside outside outside ¬
side of the grounds in that direction and andihe andhe andthe
the he second link in the process prO < e68 was diecovered die discovered dlscoered ¬
covered coveredA
A hastily constructed house a little over overtwo overtwo overtwo
two stories high WitS found in h the slant slanting slanting ant antin ¬
ing in roof of which and high enough to toallow tonllow toallow
allow a free view vi w of the judges stand standand standand standand
and grand stand a board had been lifted liftedHero liftedHere liftedHem
Hero the investigators found a man manith mAnWIth manwith
WIth ith a highpowered field glass In the theIn the11nlt1e thel
In 11nlt1e l use was also a telephone through throughivhich throught throughwhich
t which the results were carried to a third thirdagent thlrcagent thirdagent
agent in town to ii who in turn placed the themessage themessage themessage
message on a Western estern Union or Postal PostalTvTre Po Postalwire tal talwfre
wire TvTreThe wfreThe wireThe
The man found In the house rouse was taken takent
to t < i the track under i arrest but the two twonnfederates twoonfederates twoconfederates
confederates in the stand made their es escape eHcape escape ¬
cape capeLive capei
i Live he field glass man gave the name of ofJoyce ofJoyceo ofJoyce
Joyce bflt l t refused to reveal the jdi idll idllt d H Htty ntity
tty t t o of his partners or how the opera operations operations operations ¬
tions had been carried on He was taken takento
to the city in the patrol wagon and locked lockedUp
Up in the city clt jail jailW jailW jailw
W W V Finn Fjnnmsnager manager of the Utah UtahJockey UtahJcckey
Jockey club stated last night that he did didnot dkfnot didnot
not believe the gang had succeeded in inbeating In1eatlng inbeating
beating the outside pool rooms heavily heavilyas
as yet oet but that had th the operations con continued continued continued ¬
tinued heavy hea losses would have resulted resultedThe resultPdThe resultedThe
The success of the plan calls for the theBetting thegettIng thegetting
gettIng of the results to outside pool rooms roomsbefore roomsbefore roomsbefore
before the track wire carries the news newsAs oowsAs newsAs
As several minutes elapse while the jock jockeys jockys jockeys ¬
eys ys are weighing in before the official officialeign officialrsign officialsign
sign is hunt up the margin of time is isBuffieient Isfmfficient issufficient
sufficient in the usual run to get et a bet betdown betdown betdown
down outside
It begins to look that Miles winner of ofWednesdays ofWednesdays ofWednesdays
Wednesdays twoyearold handicap and andunquestionably andunquestionably andunquestionably
unquestionably the best horse of his age ageIn agein agein
In the west with 1th the single exception of ofOoppertown ofCoppertown ofCoppertown
Coppertown may not be seen here again againunder againunder againunder
under colors Miles It seems while raced racedIn
In the name of the Passadena stable is isowned Isowned isowned
owned by b Guyette Thompson of Butte ButteMr ButteMr ButteMr
Mr Guyette arrived at the track Wednesday Wed Wednesday Vednesday ¬
nesday in time to witness the running of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the handicap but was discouraged from frombetting frombetting frombetting
betting on the colt he says sa s by b o none noneother noMother noneother
other than Dick Williams cf a f the Passa Passadena Passadena Passadena
dena stable He was told that the colt coltcould coltcould coltcould
could not win on account of the mud and andweight andweight andweight
weight He was informed afterwards afterwardsthat afterwardsthat afterwardsthat
that the Passadena stable connections ha haplayed haplayed 3 3plaved
played Miles in outoftown pool rooms roomsat roomsat
at a very much shorter price than was waslaid waslaid i iJald
laid in the local ring He was hot under underthe underthe underthe
the collar In consequence and declared declaredthat declaredthat declaredthat
that he would ship Miles back to Butte ButteA
A personal friend who Is prominent in inlocal inJocal inlocal
local racing circles and others whom he hemet hemet hemet
met yesterday strongly urged him to re reconsider reconsider reconsider ¬
consider his announced determination determinationand
and because b cause of their efforts in the mat matter matt matter ¬
t ter the crack colt chose may be left here e to torace torace
racemeeting race until the close of of the Buena Vista Vistameeting Vistameetln Vistae Vistarace
meeting meetingBefore meetlnBefore meetingBefore
Before the racing began yesterday the thevalets thealets thevaleta
valets employed by b jockeys riding at the thetrack thetrack thetrack
track were called together by Judge JudgePomeroy JudgePomeroy JudgePomero
Pomeroy and given a few words of warn warning warning warning ¬
ing This action was taken because of ofcomplaints ofcomplaints ofcomplaints
complaints that some of these valets have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been making themselves obnoxious by bytouting bytouting bytouting
touting Horsemen have also complained complainedthat
that some of them have been in the habit habitof
of Imparting Information to parties In thepaddock the theraddock theTaddock
paddock by signaling from the Jockeys Jockeysjoom jockeysJOOm jockeysroom
joom They were given to understand understandthat
that any of them detected in the last lastnamed lastnamed lastnamed
named trick would get into trouble on onChief and andChief andChief
Chief Barlow of the track police force forcewho farcewho forcewho
who was present at the talk was direct directed ¬
ed to take In charge any of them found foundIn
In the betting ring ringThe ringThe ringThe
The Fort Douglas handicap h which is to tobe tobe tobe
be the reaclng feature of Saturdays card cardat rd rdat
at Buena Vista has enlisted a great g gtry en entry entry ¬
try list Thirty of the best sprinters at atthe atthe atthe
the track have been named for the eventwhich event eventwhich eventwhich
which Is at six furlongs and a field fieldivhich fieldwhich fieldwhich
which would do credit to any track in inthe Inthe inthe
the country may be counted upon The Themore Themore Themore
more prominent ogre among the entries with withiheir withtheir
their weights weightsLittle are Glorio GIo GIoamong 126 Ethon 118 118 118tittle 118Little
Little Osage 110 La Gloria 110 Lord LordVelson LordNelson Lordgrave
Nelson 106 Hacourt t tgrave 108 Madeline andMug Mug MUBcrave Musgrave
grave grave gravecrack 106 Hannah Louise 102 and the thecrack thetrac1
crack 2yearolds 2 earolds Miles 98 and Yuba 90 90Some 90some 90of
Some of these may not accept secured securedbut but butto plenty plentyof insure
of good go material materiala will will be secured to insure insurea
X a great speed display and a fine con contest contest contest ¬
test Arrangements for the officers racehave race racehave racel1ave
have not Arrangemen yet been completed completedChief completedChlef ped pedChic
Chief Chic Johnson who Was WasDill osuspended suspended at atthe atthe
the recent meeting g at atbeen Dill Dillton Mont has hasVieen hasbeen as
been ref reinstated by the Pacific Coast Coastjockey CoastJockey
jockey club and rode rodeJockey his first first mount yes yesterday yesterday ¬
terday terdayJockey terdayJockey
Jockey B Wilson who has been rid ridn riding riding
ing n r with more than fair success In tho thoeast theeast
tflst east Is expected here today and will willbe wlUbe wiltRor1
be b u under engagement engagementthe to Arthur Ror1 WorleF WorleFthe WorleYthe +
the remainder of the local season seasonPhil seasonPhil = reasonPhil
Phil Hamill an old time bookmaker bookmakerwho
who covered the races at Vancouver and andVictoria andVictorIa andVictoria
Victoria for two Victoria papers and is ishere Ishere isi
i here to do the racing at the Buena Vista Vistatrack Vistatrack Vistatrack
track for the same papers says that thatwhile thatwhile thatwhile
while the Victoria meeting was extended extendedto
to Oct 9 It was the talk when ho left leftthere leftthere leftthere
there that this week would wind up the themeeting themeeting themen
meeting and that a number of > the horse horsemen horsemen ¬
ato mbperlo
men menmeetindTe are planning ship here
Excursion to Ogden OgdenSunday OgdenSunday OgdenSunday
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Today Is Ladles day at Buena Vista Park Ladles will be admitted admittedfree
free to park and grand stand on Mondays and Fridays FridaysTHIRTY FridaysTHIRTY FridaysDAYS
Six races dally rain or shine The new mile track is s the safest and andfastest apd apdfalitest ajidfastest
fastest In the west westAdmission westAdn westAdmission
Admission Adn ssion 50c Including Grand Stand StandVehicles StanTrains StandTrains
Trains leave Union station Oregon Short Line depot atS4 at 645 a m
745 a m 1080 am a m 1216 p m 1 1p p m 140 P m and e d 215 p m
Returntngleave Returning leave Buena Vista park 1255 1255a a m 852 52 a m 127 pVehicles p m
439 p m 505 p m 135 p m and b47 17 p m mVehlcJes
Vehicles must go out West Second South street to reach automobile and
carriage gate
J 1 W RICE See and Troas TroasJOHN PresidentW W W FINN Managar
From The Salt Lake Tribune Sept 30 30AT 30SMASHING 30SMASHING
H 4 4Bates
Bates Sticks to Overturned Car and Is Fatally Injured InjuredWas InjuredMachine InjuredMachineWas
Was Going Sixty Miles Per Hour HourMV HootAil HourAll
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AH Worlds Records Are Broken For Distances in Several Cases CasesBIVERHEAD CasesRIVERHEAD CayesRIVERHEAD
RIVERHEAD L I Sept 29 29The 29ThesmashinJr The Thesmashing Thesmashing Lytle as it neared an easy bend in the theroad theroad theroad but there is hope of Lytles Lyt1 s recovery recoverySnick recoveryBuick reeoveryBuick Arrow driven by W H Sharp aver averaged 3T averaged r rBltld ¬
smashing of every existing American Americanrecord Americanrecord Americanrecord road two miles west of Mattituck Lytle Lytleand Lytleand Lytleand Buick Makes Good Worlde4Becord Worlde4BecordThe World WorldsB sRecord sRecordTho cord cordTho aged 98 63 8 miles an hour covering 1361 1381mile 1361milea 1361miles
and Mechanician Bates bad completed completedlees mile in 292 292Somo 2 292Some 2 2Somo
record for automobile racing on the theopen theopen theopen lees than twothirds of the first 1ir t lap lapwhen Japwhen lapwhen Tho racing was tho fastest ever wit witnessed Wltnessed witnesaed ¬
open road and a spill which cost the life lifeof lifeof lifeof when the 00horsepower 00 horsepover engine enJ ne tearing tearin tearindown nessed in opal road contests eont ttl in this thiscountry thiscount1 thiscountry Somo Fast Time TtnuAlmost TimeAlmost TimsAlmost
of Mechanician James Bates and seri serious serioous serione ¬ down a slight declivity d e1ivity at 65 miles an anhour anhour country In the class cl 8B for cars soiling soilingat loUin loUinat Almost as fast time was made by the thewinner thewinner thewinner
at 12ol 12 < > 1 to 3500 five laps1147 Japs Ja1 > s1l4 11473 g miles milmLewis milclLewis milesLewis
hour suddenly lurched to one side into intodeep intodeep intodeep winner in the class ass for fo r cars selling lIellin for
ous injury to another marked the run running running ¬ deep sand and overturned overturnedBates overturnedBates overturnedBates Lewis Chevrolet in a Buick won in 4000 and over Ralph De Pal Palma ma drivlag driv driving drivlnJr ¬
ning nin today of the Long Island automo automobile automobile antomobile ¬ 13730 13736 310 breaking all road records recordsHis reoonlsi recordsills lag a Fiat who finished the 2275 2211 miles
Bates Dies DiesLytle DiesLytle DiesLytle i His speed averaged slightly in excess excessof exeeeof excessof
in 33835 338 35 is
bile derby Tho event was a stock car carsweepstake carsweepstake carsweepstake which an average of 6235 6235miles 6235miles 6235miles
Lytle shot clear of the car and land landed landed landed ¬ of 70 miles an hour hourFinishing hourFinishin hourFinishing miles an hour hourThe DourThe hourThe
sweepstake was run over 22 miles milesof ed twenty feet away on his back backBates backBates backBates Finishing Finishin second to Chevrolet in this thisclass thisclass thisclass The winner in the class for ears sell eellin
of hitherto untried road at the eastern easternextremity easternextremit easternextremity Bates however clung to the machine machineand machineand machineand class Robert Burman also driving a aBnick aBuick aBuick lug in from 8000 to 4000 Frank FrankcaUlt L Lee Leevault s scault
extremity of Long Lon Island between and was crushed under it as it turned turnedturtle turnedtltrtle turnedturtle Buick covered the distance distance in 1463 1463or 14631h 14631hor cault driving a Palmer PalmerGinger Singer alto altoaveraged altoavernjted alsoaveraged
Riverhead and Mattituck MattituckThe turtle Both men were unconscious unconsciouswhen or at a rate of 64 miles n les an hour hourIn hourIn hourIn averaged better than a mile a minute ni l1 te
The casualties were caused by the when picked up Bates never regained regainedconsciousness re regainedconsciousness ained ainedc In the class for cars selling sellin from fromi finishing the 182 miles in 2594 259 or at a arate arate arate
kidding kiddin of the Apperson car driven by c consciousness and died an hour later i 2000 to 3000 the only entry a Sharp rate of 61 miles an hour hourFrom heurI heurFrom
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Using for a battle flag the pennant won by successive victories in the im important important important ¬ Chevrolet ChevroletIn
portant events of the year the Buick team stormed Fort Lowell Mass during duringthe
In the Yorick Club Trophy race at a distance of 159 milesJxraia Chevrolethero Chevrolet Chevrolethero Chevrolethero
the threeday speed carnival September 68 which seems to have supplanted supplantedthe hero of the Cobe Trophy classic in which he proved victor with his 1760 1760Buick lt760 lt760Buick 17 17Buick
the Vanderbilt Cup race as the Autumn classic of the American Automobile AutomobileAssociation AutomobileA AutomobileAssociation Buick won over a classy field with Bay Harroun of Chicago also at the wheel wheelof wheelof
Association AssociationThe A sociationThe of a Buick second A Mercedes made the best showing of The the rear guard with withthe withthe withthe
the Atlas Moon and Columbia fighting for the honors of being nearest to tothe tothe tothe
The Buick won no less than SEVEN firsts out of the ten events contested contestedduring contestedduring contestedduring
the Buick Chevrolets average avera o was 54 541fJ miles per hour also faster than the theaverage theaveraAe theaverage
during the carnival leaving only three firsts to be divided among twenty manufacturers manu manufacturers manufacturers ¬ average of the winner of the 600inch race the following day dayFive dayFive dayFive
facturers and thirty drivers of national natio al reputation who made game but unsuc unsuccessful unsuccessful unsuccessfnl ¬
cessful stands against the speed and power Buicks Many went to bed hungry hungrywhile hungrywbile hungrywhile Five Firsts in the Short Distance Raoes for the Buick BuickAlthough BuickA1thou BuickAlthough
while the Buick boys feasted at their banquet of first honorsHeres honors honorsHeres honoraHeres Although A1thou h worn and tired from the gruelling races of Monday Chevrolet and andBurman anaBurman andBurman
Burman piloted the same cars that participated in Mondays races raeesJ in the one onemile onemile onemile
Heres How It Was Done DoneThe DoneThe DoneThe mile spnnt races on Tuesday Chevrolet captured four firsts driving one of ofthe ofthe o othe
the miles nines in 49 seconds while while Burman finished infront in front in the only event to fawhich towhich iswhich
The speed carnival opened Labor Day with a triple event programme for forthree forthree forthree which he entered
three classes of cars piston displacement determining the class into which earswere cars carswere parswere
were eligible As has been the case all season the MODEL 10 BUICK with adisplacement a adisplacement adisplacement Now Comes Honor HonorEven Even in Defeat DefeatThe
displacement of 164 cubic inches was classed with cars up to 230 cubic cubic inches inchessome inchessome inchessome
some of them selling at 500 more than the Model 10 Buick In order to take takeadvantage takeadvantage takeadvantage The Lowell Trophy race at a distance of 318 miles proved a battle from fromstart fromstart fromstart
advantage of the maximum piston displacement one manufacturer entered three threecars threeears threeears start to finish This was a race open to cars of from 481 45 rroved to 600 cubic inchespiston inches inchespiston inchespiston
ears differing from his regular model and known as Q SPECIALS SPECIALSThe piston displacement REMEMBER THE BUICK IS ONLY 318 INCHES DIB DIBPLACEMENT DIBPLACEMETT DISPLACEMENT
The Model Modell0 10 Buicks were the same that have been manufactured by PLACEMENT At first the Buick was declared ineligible for the promoters promoterstook r rtook
thousands while the U Q SPECIAL fellow is said to have built just twenty took the stand of H Say little fellow you wont be allowed to fight fightthat that big bigfollow bigfolIow bi bifollow
five models in order to squeeze into such races As a further handicap the theModel theModel theModel follow Hes TWICE your our size but the he Lowell crowd seems to know the right rightdefinition rightdefinition u udefinition
Model 10 Buick had to carry over three hundred extra pounds as ballast to tomake tomake tomake definition of fair play and andyou you cant find a better lot of sports in the world worldthan worldthan world i ithan
make the same weight wei ht as the larger cars carsOn carsOn carsOn than in that same Yankee Yankee city ci y yweight By carrying a lot of extra ballast dead deadweight deadwei
On the first lap of the small car race Do Witt in a model 10 was following followingcloselr followingclosely weight wei ht the little 318inch Bnicks were finally allowed to fight the 600inch 600inchgiants 600inehgianta 600inchants
closely Grennon in a model 10 when Grennon swerved to prevent running into intoa giants ants and while it is said there is seldom much honor to be found in any de dofeat defeat
a spectator spe tator who was crossing the road crashing into a tree and losing a front frontwheel frontwheel frontwheel feat the wav the crowd almost mobbed Burman with Praise congratulations and tho thomanner thomanner themannor
wheel De Witt put his car out of commission rather than go o into the crowd crowdof mannor manner in which the press and racing experts storY storYThere heaped praiSe on the Buick for forits forits forits
of spectators on the other side of the road Louis Desbrow in in the third model its achievement causes causeus us to give you the story storyThere storyThera
10 head had never driven the car or over the course prior to the start of the race racehaving racehaving racehaving There were twenty starters in tho race good yes great cars with the bert bertand bestand beetand
having taken the place lace of a disabled driver at the the last minute Desbrow tookthe took tookthe tookthe and gamest amest pilots in America at the steering wheels Until the fifth lap Bur Burman Burman Burman
the first half slowly and although driving with great eat speed and consistency consistencyQ consistent consistentthe man was never more than 30 seconds behind the leader Then came some cluteh clutchtrouble clutehtrouble clutehtrouble
the last half could not t make up the great reat handicap Thus the lJ50Q 1500 Chalmers Chalmerswith Chalmers Chalmerswith trouble excusable exousablebecause because the clutch began its career with a victory in the the100mile the100mile the100mile
with its 30horse power won over the 18horse power ower 1000 Buick BuickWe BuicK BuicKWe 100mile worlds championship at New Orleans last Februnary and has been beencampaigned beencnmpaiWled beencampaigned
We ennnot vo ve the Q 8F 8Freally SPECIAL fellows fo11ows horse horse power or price and it itreally itreally campaigned all allover over the the country count since that time Burman lost 40 minutes in inthreo inthreo inthrestops
really does notmatter not matter but if you have a prospective buyer whorefers who refers to it itbe itbe Itbe threstops threo stops before he finally resorted to throwing throwin sand in the fly wheel Butfrom But Butfrom Butfrom
be sure he knows about the U Special being beln tacked on to the U Q for the theother theother theother from that time on there was no heading headin the daring champion from MichiganOno Michigan Micbi n nOne
other fallows f l1ows salesman might have forgotten to mention the Special part partof partof One by one he mowed down the great eat cars and drivers until at the finish he hewas bewas hewas =
of the combination Many do doHeres doHereJs doHeres was going faster than any of the others A Simplex selling for 6000 driven drivenby drivenby drivenRobertson
by b Y George Georgeson Robertson was first Burman and his same Buick defeated Bobrrt Robertson
Heres the Joke We Played on the 1500 Fellows 1 Big Brother BrotherIn son and the Simplex by ten miles in that memorable 100mile race at New NewOrleans NewOrleans NewOrleans
Orleans A 9000 Isotta was second Burman and his Buick beat this car bytwenty by bytwenty bytwenty
In the 212 miles Vesper Club Trophy race Bobby Burman had his Buick Buickall twenty miles in in the same New Orleans race A 7200 FIAT was 3rd and Bobby BobbyBurman BobbyBurman BobbyBurman
all harnessed up and although the piston displacement of the 1750 Buick Buickis Burman andliis and is trusty 1750 Buick was 4th 4thBehind 4thBehind 4thBehind
is only 318 inches while the other starters were nearer the 400 inch mark than thanlowing
318 Bobby covered the distance in 229 minutes breaking the course record recordand recordand Behind Burman and His Buick Trailed These TheseRalph TheseRalph TheseRalph
making an aVera average per
Basle and his 6000 6 000 Renault Renaultwinning Renaultwinnln Renaultfwinnin
THE Ralph DePalma and his 7250 Fiat Charles
FASTER THAN MADE BY TliEWINNER WINNER OF 600L 600INCH CH RACE the fol following following Herbert
winning driver and car in last 24hour race Brighton Beach Lytlo LytloID L lo lol
lowing day dayOf dayOf dayOf ID l his Apperson K erson Harry Cobe in his sixcylinder Lozier Harry Grant in hl hlsis his hilishcylinder hisAlec
Of course Burman drove the fastest lap of the entire meet in any class classand classanit classand sis shcylinder cylinder c l lthree Alco American Locomotive Cos former Berliet Allen AllenKingston AllenKingstonthreo Kin6ston
and at the finish a German car the Benz famed for its sensational work in inthe inthe inthe threo Knoxes the 3250 StoddardDayton and the American Roadster Wo Wocould WIcould Wecould
the great road races of the past few few years was second nearly fourteen minutes minutesback minutesback minutesback could not have defeated a more classy lot of combinations and if you ask any anyone anyone anyone ¬
back of the Buick For third place a 40horse power 2750 2 750 9 Chalmers finished finishedthree finiahedthree finishedthree one who was at Lowell about what happened there the answer will beBUICK b bBUICK be beBUICK
three minutes after the Benz nearly SEVENTEEN MINUTES LlJL UTES behind be iind the theBuick theBuick theBuick BUICKB BUICK BUICKBy BUICKBy
while theother tho other Chalmers of the size owing owin to smashed ine inedid
Buick same a engine enginedid en
did not finish finishTwo finishTwo finishTwo By B winning SEVEN events at Lowell Low U the grand total of firsts won by th thBuick th thBuick
Buick team this season now reaches 148 148The 148The 14 14The
Two Knoxes and a Sharp Arrow Arrof7touted touted strongly from its work in the Park Parkway Parkway Parkway ¬
way sweepstakes swce > stakes last Autumn Autumnwere were still fhrtherback fnrther back the polls closing beforethe before beforethe beforethe The worlds greatest car driven by the worlds greatest drivers driversWILLIAM driverswnLIAM driversWILLIAM
the votes in ifavor favor of the others were counted WILLIAM PIOKENS PIOKENSEacing PICKENSRacing PIOKENSRacing
Racing develops develo s the greatest endurance strain to which an automobile can be subjected The faster tho thospeed thospeed thespeed
speed the greater gre ter the strain therefore this 1750 Buick is the most durable car manufactured in the world re regardless regardless regardlesa ¬
gardless of price
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Exclusive Distributers for or Ulaii Idaho Nevada N vada and Wyoming
Why Is Oct 1 17 The annals of history historyshow historyshow historyshow
show no particular liking for the date datebut datebut datebut
but right here In Utah in 1909 It is a agreat agreat agreat
great day da o It is tho opening of the duck duckseason duckseason duckseason
season and thousands of o hunters will willnock willflock willflock
flock to the sloughs lakes lak s and streams of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the state today todayA todaA
A veritable army of browncoated individuals indi individuals Indl1duals ¬
viduals streamed out of the city yester yesterday yesterday ester esterda
day da afternoon on the trains and last lastnight lastnlht lastnight
night by every kind of conveyance bound boundfor boundfor boundfor
for the Jordan river and more distant distantground distantground distantground
ground groundEvery groundEvery groundEvery
Every club along the Jordan and at fa famous famous famous ¬
mous Bear river will have its full quota quotaof
of members out today Those that can cannot cannot cannot ¬
not possibly get away are in hard luck luckProm luckFrom luckFrom
From all shooting grounds come reports reportsof
of duck in plenty with geese thick along alongthe alon alonthe alongthe
the Bear river The opening of the sea season season season ¬
son a month later than in former years yearshas yearshas yearsltas
has kept the early flights In Utah and the thebirds thebirds thebinds
birds with a month or more on the local localwaters localwaters localwaters
waters and feeding grounds are not so sowild sowild sowild
wild wildFor wildFor wildFor
For Utah shooting may begin at one onehalf onehalf onehalf
half hour before sunrise which this morn morning morning morning ¬
ing will be 555 55 With an extra force of ofwardens ofwardens ofwardens
wardens in the field F W V Chambers Chambersstate Chambersstate Chambersstate
state fish and game commissioner says saysthat saystl1at saysthat
that law violators have small chance to toget toget toget
get away awa All shooters are warned to tohave tohave tohave
have their licenses with them
Logan Sept 3OFootball 30 Football prospects prospc < ts at atth atthe atthe
th the A C are improving rapidly The first firstlineup firstlineup firstlineup
lineup will be about as follows Ends EndsBgbert EndsEgbert EndsEgbert
Egbert and Holden quarterback Cardon Cardonfullback CardonfUllback Cardonfullback
fullback Captain Paddock halfbacks halfbacksFrew halfbacksFrew halfbacksFrew
Frew Fred Brossard Rose Burton Pet Peterson Petersen Peterson ¬
erson and Andrews guards E Frew FrewBass FrewBassett FrewBassett
Bass Bassett tt and E Robinson Martineau will willbe willbe willbe
be here this week to begin training There Therebeing Therebeln Therebeing
being beln more than one candidate for every everyposition ce ceposition everyposition
position and all being beln good men it is hard hardto
to forecast the team until after the first firsthard firsthard firsthard
hard game gameMexi gameIexi gameMexi
Mexi HoMen and Egbert have played playedbefore pla playedbefore ed edbefore
before They The are showing up much betterthis better betterthis b tter tterthis
this year than at t any previous season so sono sono sono
no doubt Is felt about the ends The back
field with Cardon Frew Captain Pad Paddock Paddock Paddock ¬
dock and a good bunch to choose from
Is perfectly secure McCombs the star starcenter starcenter starcenter
center of last year ear with Froerer as one oneof oneof oneof
of the line makes the football situation
loo mup promising Coach Teetzel has al already already already ¬
ready shown that no coach who has come comewest comewest comewest
west so far knows the game better or
knows how to teach it better than he
The average weight of the men is about
160 pounds with several heavy weights
in view The manager plans to start the
training tables next week
New York Sept 30 3OA A purse has been beenraised beenrals beenraised
raised rals d which Insures an exhibition golf golfmatch golfmatch golfmatch
match at the Richmond Country club clubabout clubabout clubabout
about the middle of October between Tom
Vardon of England and John Pearson of
the home club on one side and Alex Smith Smithof
of Wykagyl and Isaac Mackie of Fox
Hills on the other There will also be a amatch amatch amatch
match between the same principals at the
Apawamis club
JohnsonKetchel Affair May Be Ad Advanced Advanced Advanced ¬
vanced to Portola Week WeekSan WeekSan WeekSan
San Francisco Sept 30 3OWhen When Jack
Johnson and Stanley Ketchel meet here hereon
on Oct 12 for the heavyweight heav welght champion championship ¬
ship of the world Jack Welch will be the
third man in the ring With the selec ¬
tion of the referee all the plans for the
big match have been completed but Pro Promoter Promoter Promoter ¬
moter Coffroth has not given up hope of ofpersuading ofpersuading ofpersuading
persuading the champion to consent to a apostponement apostponement apostponement
postponement of the fight until Portola Portolaweek PortoIaweek Portolaweek
week Johnson still holds out for the orig ¬
inal date set for the contest but It is
believed that the chance of securing a
better house during Portola week may
Induce him to consent to a change in
Newmarket Eng Sept 30 OA A welter
handicap of 300 sovereigns for threeyear threeyearolds
olds and upwards distance one mile was waswon waswon waswon
won today by b o W V Astors Lester Jim
Lord Ronald was second and Promono
tory third Thirteen horses started startedamong startedamong startedamong
among them H P Whitneys Sea Cliff
A selling plate of 200 OO sovereigns for
threeyearolds and upwards distance distanceone
one mile and a half was won by Sun
drop The Salts of Sorrel gelding was wassecond wassecond wassecond
second and Flinders third Among the theseventeen theseventeen theseventeen
seventeen starters was H P Whitneys
Yorkville Belle gelding
The Thursday Nursery plate handicap handicapof
of 200 sovereigns distance five furlongs furlongswas
was won by Soetrope Zoolavin was second sec second SeCond ¬
ond and Olive Branch third The nine nineteen nineteen nineteen ¬
teen starters Included J R Keenes Coronae Coro Coronal Coronal ¬
Favorites Show Their Class at atBuena atBuena atBuena
Buena Vista Race Track TrackYesterday TrackYesterday TrackYesterday
Yesterday YesterdayFavorites
Favorites in four out of six races at atBuena atBuena atBuena
Buena Vista yesterday y crossed thewire thewirein the wIre wIrein wirein
in front of the field holding h ldlng out the high highpercentae highpercentage nighpercentage
percentage of winning favorites favorites that has hascharacterized hascharacterIzed s
characterized the meeting meetingent With the tal talent talent ¬
ent still In high glee and working on onvelvet onvelvet onvelvet
velvet the play was good and the thebookies thebookies I
bookies are beginning to look for a breakIn break breakin
in the form f rm with drawn faces facesWhile tacesWhile facesWhile
While the th card looked like hard races racesthroughout rac racesthroughout s sthroughout
throughout the winners won as a gen general general genial ¬
eral rule easily and the excitement was wasgenerally wasgenerally wasgenerally
generally over after the last sixteenth sixteenthThe
The one good thing of the day Ethon Ethonin
in the fourth race had the hardest drive driveto
to win of all the favorites With Hannah HannahLouise HannahLouise HannahLouise
Louise scratched on account of her fall fallyesterday fallyesterday fallyesterday
yesterday and slight bruises received in injumping injumping injumping
jumping the paddock gate the field was wasnarrowed wasnarrowed wasnarrowed
narrowed down to Ethon Little Osage OsageLord OsageLord OsageLord
Lord Xelson and Ethel Day Lord Nel Nelson Nelson Nelson ¬
son set the pace to the home turn when whenoverhauled whenoverhauled whenoverhauled
overhauled by b Ethon who finished out outto outto outto
to the wire showing the class that made madehim madehim madehim
him the one to three favorite favorlteLIttie Little Osage Osagepicked Osageplch Osagepicked
plch picked up in the stretch and closed game gamely gamely ¬
ly after a rough Journey calling forth forthmuch forthmuch forthmuch I
much urging from the stands While the thefavorite thefavorite thefavorite
favorite was not liked in the ring by
Trainer Dick Williams he was sent to tothe tothe tothe
the post in fit shape and won a good goodpile goodpile goodpile
pile of tickets In other cities citiesBelle citiesBelle citiesBelle
Belle Brady Brad the favorite in the first firstrace firstrace firstrace
race found the softest spot In many man races racesand racesand racesand
and won as she pleased pleasedBalerian pleasedBaIerlan pleasedBalerlan
Balerian in tho second race also turned turnedout turnedout turnedout
out to be a good thing and was liked liked by bymany bymany bymany
many who knew that the filly fill was in ingrand Ingrand ingrand
grand shape and liked the track and the
distance Mollie Montrose was given the
best ride that little Thomas could offer
but quit in the stretch after setting the thepace thepace thepace
pace paceIt
It came came one two for the talent in the
third race when Airs and Biskra crossed
the wire In the order named Each was wasplayed wasplayed wasplayed
played heavily according to the order of
finish finishThe finishThe finishThe
The same order was seen se < > n in the fifth fifthrace fifthrace fifthhrace
race when Yankee Tourist and Cadiohom Cadiohomcame
came In Yankee Tourist winning easily
with Mabel Hollander pushing Cadichom
hard at the wire wireThe wireThe wireThe
The last race at five furlongs found foundmuch foundmuch foundmuch
much difference of opinion between Gen Genova Genova Genova
ova and Chalum the two sharing the fa favorite faorite favorite ¬
vorite honors It was all Geneva how however ¬
ever vith Silver Grain jumping out of
the field In his usual closing rush land landing landmg ¬
ing place over Roberts < another youngster youngsterwho oungsterwho
who showed early speed but quit In the
final drive
Sam R Neel added to his many tennis
titles that of the Whitley handicap plav plavat
at the Country Count club < > In the finals played
yesterday Neel playing 15 back to scratch
won from Frank Moore 30 62 62
In the womens finals for the Whitley
cup Mrs IrB Keith and Miss Williams will iil
meet Saturday
Conference Rates RatesAs
As usual via Salt Lake Route Three
Utah county two Tintic and three
Tooele trains Pee f > e nearest nf > arest agent
At the practice this afternoon for the theUniversity theUniversity theUniversity
University of Utah football footbaUsquad squad a team teamwill teamwill teamwill
will be picked to go to Ogdemfor the first
game of the season Saturday afternoon afternoonOn
On account of the large number of good goodmen goodmen goodmen
men on the field Coach Joe Maddock Maddockstated Maddockstated Maddockatated
stated Thursday afternoon that he would wouldhave wouldhave wouldhave
have a hard time in picking a team teamThe teamThe teamThe
The men menfrom from which the team will be bepicked bepicked bepicked
picked are areOlsen Olsen J Walker Captain CaptainOlsen CaptainOlsen CaptainOlsen
Olsen Loell Home Romney Nielson
Korns Shores Love Chrlstenson ChrlstensonSchweitzer ChristensonSchweitzer
Schweitzer Jensen Doolittle Harsefall HarsefallPrice HarsefaIlPrIce Harsef all allPrice
Price Young Peterson Carmicle Bryant Bryantand
and Roakelly Of these men Olsen Walker Waj V I Iker
ker D Olsen Home Nielson KornsShores Korns KornsShores KOl11sShores
Shores Loell LoVe Christensen and andSchweitzer andSchweitzer andSchweitzer
Schweitzer have already made the train trainIng trainIng training
Ing table and will probably be picked for forthe forthe forthe
the squad
New York Sept 30 3OJames James R McAleer McAleermanager McAleermanager McAleermanager
manager of the St Louis AmflrI AmericanLeague American AnwrloanLeague n nLflQgue
League Baseball olub signed a contract contracttoday contracttQday contracttoday
today to manage manag the Washington American Ameri American American ¬
can League team for olne year at a sal salary salary salary ¬
ary of 10000

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