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Ft e THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH MONDAY OCTOBER 4 1909
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HARNESS AND RUNS DAILY DAILYOUTSIDE DAILYOUTSIDE DAILYOUTSIDE
OUTSIDE HORSEMEN H STREAM IN INTO INTO INTO ¬
TO CITY YESTERDAY YESTERDAYT
T This us afternoon at the state fair grounds groundswill
will il see the inaugural program of a race racem racempting raceme
m mpting + t ting that promises to eclipse all meetirLg meet meetIng
1 Ing in the past More horses ho and more morenio moreIn moremowy
nio In mowy 0 tey y in purses are the chief reasons reIIO for fortlip fortIeI fortho
tlip forecast foreeatY foreetoYst forecastYesterday
Y Yesterday Yst > rday saw a stream of horsemen horsemenai
ai arK fair people come In from Helena Helenav HelenaWIIr Helenawlthe
wlthe v WIIr ii r tbe Montana state fair closed Sat Sattin Sat11r SattJrcay
tJrcay tin a < Y The trains were all crowded and andtin andtIlt andth
tin accommodations were far from fromt from2quate
a equate t The Th same condition waa found foundt
1 11 h matter of stock transportation and andmaii andmal
4 mal may stables of both harness and run runinnt runrl
l innt rl hints ng horses will be late In arriving This ThisnUition Thilln
e < minion n ition would have made trouble In for forii formH former
mH ii id jears ears but with the present pre ent wealth wealthoi
oi It horseflesh in Salt Lake no drawback drawbackWill
Will be b noticed noticedTh
Th horsemen who got in from Montara Mon Montara Iontar
tara tar a said that the crowds and play at atth atth atti
th ti < Helena races were the largest in the thelnstorv thell thehistor
lnstorv ll storv of the Montana fair and am a land landrtfu lamffil landoffit
rtfu ffil < business > IS was done all around aroundMam aroundImy aroundnary
nary of the runners coming In from fromMontnna fromImtana fromInntana
Montnna will take part In the Utah fair fairr fairrWlR fairruS
r rWlR i < i s and others will ship to take part in intnr Intl1e Inthe
the meetings of the Utah Joc Jockey ey club clubiTnl clubmill cluband
mill of the Ogden Racing association associationT a88Q6latlonTouay cation cationTnday
T Touay > iUv the th > opening card will have two twouus
It1t I mess s and three running events even Uncss Un
1 less css > ss more rain comes the track will be bein be1n bein
in shape for the harness events In case casenvter casehowever
however < nvter > r of a muddy track additional additionaltuns
runs will be substituted subptituteaThf subPtltuieTh
Thf Th fields in all events scheduled for forthis forthis forthis
this dfteEpttm af n give promise of fine sport
The 29 2 VMe will bring together an anevrnlv anevnJ anevenly
evenly matched bunch in which there
are several Utah entries which will be bebacked bebaked behacked
backed backedT bakedThe hackedThe
T The he second race 230 trot or pace has hasa
a large majority of Utah owners and it itwill Itwill itwill
will be a race for blood Recent work workcuts workcuts workcuts
cuts at the track have shown the harness harnessanimals harnessanimals harnessanimals
animals in fine trim and better time than thantheir tBaRthlr thantheir
their class shows is expefcted expefctedOn ex ted tedOn
On all races auction pools will be aoidand aoId aoIdand soldand
and win and place mutilate For the HIB HIBtuals 11I1Ituals mutuals
tuals three automatic machines were bor barrowed borrowed borrowed
rowed from the state of Montana and andwere tuttiwere aadwere
were installed yesterday Y The machines machinesnot
not only are time savers but furnish the thebettors thebetton thebettors
bettors and layers protection pr tectlon An else electric eIeotric elsetile ¬
tric button carried to the judges stand standlocks standlocks standlock
locks the machines preventing preventing more bet betting betliDK betl ¬
ting l once the race is off offThe offbetting
The betting ring as enlarged by the theUtah theUtab theUtah
Utah Jockey Jockc club this spring has been beenagain heeDaln baeuagain
again < < aln cut down in space but every ef effort eftort effort ¬
fort will be made to hamlte handle the crowds crowdsThe crowckThe crowdsThe
The new bleachers bleach erected to the th east eastof ee eastof t tof
of the grand stand will give spaqe spa for forrace torrace forrace
race spectators badly needed in the last lastthree lastthlfe lastthree
three years Other improvements have havealso havealso havealso
also been made the most mo t noticeable tf tfwhich rJfwhich t twhich
which will be in the handling of the run running ruRnlng running ¬
ning events eventsRichard eventaRichard eventsRichard
Richard Dwyer the starter for the Utah UtahJockey
Jockey club and one of the best known knownand Jmo111and knownand
and best liked horsemen in the west will willofficiate w willofficiate 1 1officiate
officiate at the barner The starting ap appliances appliances appliances ¬
pliances used at Buena Vista have h been beenengaged IMIenenltaed beenengaged
engaged for the fair races and the meet ¬
ing In all respects will w l be uptodate
The Theru program m calls for two harness harn and andthree
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three running events daily It is planned pIB ned
to run In a running event between tb tile
heats of a harness event where delays delaysseem deJa deJaseem delaysseem
seem probable A B Canrteiisen speedsupervisor speed speedsupervisor eed eedsupervisor
supervisor planning to give a race every
twenty minutes minutesGreat mlnuteGreat minutesGreat
Great Utah Handicap HandicapTuesdays HandicapTu HandicapTuesdays
Tuesdays Tu > days program will 11 offer three decided de decided decided ¬
cided features in the two colt harness harneoeraces harneJljljraces harnessraces
races and In the J500 r OO Utah handicap at
one mile Charley Clows Tavora te
Picked to win the big handicap although
with th the weights imposed it will be a race
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The first race will 11I be called at 2 p m
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Dr Carvers Wild ld West Show and Fron tier Carnival opens at the State Fair to tonight toDigbt tonight ¬
night Th The high diving horse the bucking buek ing horses and cows eo vs are said to furnish furnishtl
tl th i most thrilling and sensational act s imaginable The show will ill be at the theFa theFail theFair
Fa Fail > r all week and will doubtless prove t to o be one of the biggest attractions ever everbrought everbrught everbr
brought br ught to the west It is unlike the ordinary or Wild West Ve t show and has many manyit manyfatures manyfeatures
it features itures entirely new and original Th e show is held inside the race track en enluure enlosure eneksure
luure < in order that patrons may occ upy seats in the grandstand while wit witnessing witnps witnessing ¬
nessing nps > ing the performance performanceifry performanceEvery
Every Minute is full of thrills and sensations Be This is only one of the manyunusual many manyunu many141111ual
unu unusual > ual things to be s Been en at theUTAH the theUTAH theUTAH
UTAH STATE FAIR AND INLAND EMPIRE EXPOSITION EXPOSITIONI N
Enry I ry day < iav thiweek this week Amusement e ntertainmEnt and education educationJ
J G M lIDONALD < DONYLT > Pns Prt H S ENSIGN Secy SecyFree SecyFree SecyFree
Free Museum MuseumFor For Men Only OnlyLifesize
Lifesize reproduction of the human form to Im presenting pre presenting presenting ¬
senting a study of health and disease affordingeducational affording affordingeducational
educational opportunities not found elsewhere elsewhereOur
Our medical offices and treatment rooms are re on onthe onthe onthe
the same floor though separated from the museum museumby
by a large hall so that there is no confusion orpublicity or orpublicity orpubliclt
publicity parties desiring to consult us can do so soin soin
In in strict privacy and free of charge chargeOur char e
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urday and Monday Oct 9 and 11 at atChnstenoens atChristpnEns atChristensens
Chnstenoens Dancing Academy 137 E EFim EFirt EFirst
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Ervin Larson pianist at Orpheum Orpheumteacher Orpheumteacher Orpheumteacher
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BETTING BETTINGBYBASEBALL BRISK ON BIG BIGBYBASEBALL BIGBYBASEBALL
BYBASEBALL SERIES SERIESPa SERIESPittsburg SERIESPittsburg
Pittsburg Pa Oct 3BettIng on
the championship series has become becomeI
brisk I A telegram from New York re
c ceiVed J d in the press box offered to T bet et
11500 at two to one on on n Detroit This
was snapped up two minutes after It
was as received and when the answer
was returned that the bet would be
made tomorrow an offer of nine to
seven on Pittsburg was thrown to New Xework
York ork as a bait The fans here are
backing the local team heavily
The regulars are taking life easy at atpresent atpresent atpresent
present doing only enough work to I
keep them in shape Clarke is con conserInp cons conserving 1
serving s rvln his hi strength for the great greatThousands greatstruggle
struggle Thousands of fans will go to
Detroit from Pittsburg to see the thegames thea thegames
games a s In that city lt
DUCK CLUB MEMBERS MEMBERSPOPULAR
POPULAR THESE DAYS DAYSAnother DAYSAnother
Another good day of sport with the theducks thcIuck theducks
ducks along the Jordan river was en enjoied enjoyed
joyed b by club members yesterday >
While hil many man got the limit In the morn mornins morning morning
ing flight some went ent out for the sun sunset sunset ¬
set run of the birds and with the rain rainwind rainwind rainwind
wind and clouds down low fine shoot shooting shooting shooting ¬
ing was offered offeredMan offeredMan offeredMany
Man Many > are awaiting the expiration of ofthe otthe ofthe
the first two weeks of the duck duckon season sea seaon
on when club members may ma ask askguests askguests askguests
guests to join in the sport With Withpractically Withpractically Withpractically
practically all of the shooting grounds groundsnear
near the city taken up by clubs or oreased orleased oreased
eased for the duck season the unfortunate un unfortunate unfortunate ¬
fortunate nonclub member has a hard hardtime hardtime hardtime
time to find a shaft of sky sk to shoot shootat
at At any rate the duck club mem members members members ¬
bers will be very popular from now on
ONE SHOT AND ONE BLOW BLOWV
R V V Hoare professional golf In Instructor instructor ¬
structor st at the Country club ye Ye1Jter ter terdav
lay made a remarkable shot Ills drive drivefrom drivefrom drivefrom
from the fourth tee was perfect indirection in indirection Inrlirection
direction and in distance the ball stop stoppins stopping stopping
ping on the very edge of the cup 250 250ard 250yards 50 50yards
yards ard awa away The instructor got down downon downIds
on his Knees and blew the ball into the thehole thehp thehnlp
hole The l lgpy > ogf for the hole is is > 4
NATIONAL LEAGUE LEAGUEWon
Won Lost P C CPlttsbur CPittsbur CPlttsbur
Plttsbur 108 1 ii 41 725 725Chicago 725Chicago 72Chicago
Chicago 100 1 48 675 675Xew 675el 075New
New el York 8D R 001 001Cincinnati 001Cincinnati 001Clndnnatl
Cincinnati 77 1 74 74PhIladelphia 6 6Philadelphia 629 629Philadelphia
Philadelphia 72 7 76 481 481St 488St 1MSt
St Louis gg 5 X 368 368Brooklyn 3i8Broo 368Brooklyn
Brooklyn Broo kln 52 95 35S 35EBoston 35SBoston 363Bo8ton
Boston 42 106 285
KRAMER KRAMERNew CHAMPION AGAIN AGAINNew
New York Oct 3 3For For the ninth con consecutive consecutive consecutive ¬
secutive year Frank L Kramer is the theAmerican theAmerican theAmerican
American professional sprinting cham champion champion champion ¬
pion of the cycle trackg track On the Vails Vailsburg Vallsburg Vailsburg
burg track at Newark today he won wonthe wonthe wonthe
the fivemile professional championship championshipfrom
from Jack Clarke the Australian his hisnearest hisnearest hisnearest
nearest rivalFogler rivaL rlvaLFogler rivaLFogler
Fogler Root Pye Bardgett and He Hehir Hehir Hehir
hir defaulted on a controversy over the therules therules therules
rules rulesThe rulesThe rulesThe
The final scores of the riders in the thepoints thepoints thepoints
points table follow Kramer 42 Clarke
36 Fogler 19 Root 10 Krebs 7 Demara DemaraAndeI1On
5 Anderson 4 John Bedell 4 Stein 3 3Lawson 3Lawson 3Lawson
Lawson 3 Fenn 3 Menus Bedell 3 Bil Billington Billington Blllington
lington 1
PIRATES PROVE IT ITChicago ITChica ITChicago
Chicago Chica o Oct Chicagos 1 3Chl < agos inability Inablllt to tohit tohit tohit
hit Lefield safely sate coupled with oppor opportune opportune opportune ¬
tune hitting by Plttsburg and listless listlessplaying listlessplayilg listlessplaying
playing by the locals gave Plttsburg Plttsburgtodays Plttsburgtodays Plttsburgtodays
todays game 4 to 1 The score
R RHE RHEChicago II E EChicago EChicago
Chicago 1 4 5 5Plttsburg IiiPlt 6Pittsburg
Plttsburg Plt burg 4 7 7BatteriesOverall 2 2Batteries 2BatteriesOverall
Batteries BatteriesOverall Overall and Archer Archer Lefield Lefieldand Letleldand Lefiehland
and Simons Umpires UmpiresRigler Rigler and ODay ODa
REDS WIN AND LOSE LOSECincinnati LOSECincinnati
Cincinnati Oct 3 Cincinnati and StLouis StLouis St SLLouis
Louis won one onegalne game each of the dou doubleheader doubleheader doubleheader ¬
bleheader this afternoon The scoreFirst score scoreFirst scoreFlnJt
First game R H ECincinnati E ECincinnati EClnclnlUlti
Cincinnati 6 9 1 1St 1St 1SL
St Louis 4 7 7BatteriesFromme 2 2Batteries
Batteries BatteriesFromme Fromme and Clarke Bebe BebeMeltor BebeJeltor BabeMeltor
Meltor and Bliss UmpiresKane Umpires Kane and andBrennan andBrenlUln andBrennan
BrennanSecond Brennan BrennanSecond BrenlUlnSecond
Second game R H E ECincinnati ECllclnnati ECincinnati
Cincinnati 1 6 5 5St 5St 6St
St Louis S 11 1 1BatteriesGriffith 1BatterlesGriftlth
BatteriesGriffith and Kennick Hig Higgins Higgins Higgins
gins and Bliss Umpires UmpiresBrennan Brennan and andKane andKane andKane
Kane
COAST LEAGUE LEAGUELos
Los Angeles Oct 3 3Honors Honors were even evenin evenin evenin
in two games between Los L s Angeles and andVernon andVernon andVernon
Vernon today Vernon taking the first firstuith firstwith firstwith
with a score of 5 to 1 and Los Angeles Angelestht
the second game 7 to 5Hall 5 5Hall 5Hall
Hall pitched for Los Angeles In the firstgame first firsttrame firstgame
game and while be was wild at times timesheld timeslI
lI held the hits down to six and struck struckUt
Ut seven men Heavy hitting on both bothults bothids bothsilts
ids < distinguished the second se < ond game TheE The Thesores
E sores soresl si < ores oresFirst oresFirst
First l < il8t game R H E KLos ELos ELs
Los Angeles 1 9 I i itrnon 1
Vnon V trnon 5 6 1
Battries BattriesHall Hall and H Smith Schaefer Schaeferand
and Hogan HoganSecond HoganSecond HoganSecond
Second game R H E
Los Angeles 7 10 4
Vernon g 8 8BatteriesEoestner 2
Batteries BatteriesKoe BatteriesEoestner Koestner tner and Orendorff
Willett Brown and Hocan HoranSan HocanSan HOJ n nSan
San Francisco Oct 3 3Sacramento 3Sacramentosplit Sacramentosplit
split even with the locals today in two
last games the second of whkh was a aslugging 1 1slugging aslugging
slugging match the two teams making
tventysix hits between them Thesores The Thes TheSIres
s SIres SIresSan soresSan ores oresSan
San Francisco 2 6 2
Soramento S + cramentoBatteriesBrowning o 5 i
BatteriesDrowning Batteries Browning and Williams
Brown and Graham
Sacramento g jg 6 0
San Francisco 4 11 1
BatUsriesWhalen and La Longe East ¬
erly Willis and Berry BerryPortland BerryPortland t tPortland
Portland Ore Oct 3 Oakland took the
first game of todays doubleheader by
bunching hits on Harkness In the ninth
inning The tccond game was called at
the end of the seventh inning with a
tie score of 3 to 3 to allow Oakland to
patch a train The scores
Oakland 277 2 7 7
Portland 1 5 0
BatteriesJohnson Wiggs Thomas and andX
X c Lewis Harkness and Murray Murra
Oakland y 3 3 2 n 0
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BatterieaWiggsNelson Batterl sVlggs Nelson and and C C LewIs
Guyn and Fisher
MUCH INTEREST ON ODDS ODDSON ODDSON ODDSON
ON COMING BATTLES BATTLESLocal
Local baseball and boxing fans are
doing a lot of talking about the bet ¬
ting odds on the worlds baseball series
and the KetchelJohnson fight While
many are waiting to get the betting
dope from the respective centers sev ¬
eral wagers have been made at 10 to 7
on Pittsburg
Five to two and as high as three to toone toone toone
one have been laid on the outcome of
the fight with the black the favorite
About the fight the chief bone of con ¬
tention seems to be on a knockout for
Johnson and how long Ketchel will
stay in the ring Some wise money is
in evidence that Johnson will win by
a knockout Many are afraid however howeverthat howeverthat howeverthat
that Johnson will merely stall around
to get the decision
AVIATORS OF UTAH TO TOFORM TOFORM TOFORM
FORM CLUB TONIGHT TONIGHTAt
At the home of W V Powell 253 South SouthThird SoutbThird SouthThird
Third East street a meeting of the avia aviators aviators aviators ¬
tors of Utah will be held tonight for the thepurpose thepurpose thepurpose
purpose of forming the Aero Club of Utah
One by one the new branch of ofsport sport and andlocomotion andlocomotion andlocomotion
locomotion has added students in Utah Utahand Utahand Utahand
and at least a dozen enthusiasts will willmeet willmeet willmeet
meet tonight to form an association The Theobjects Theobjects Theobjects
objects of the club will be to promote study
in aviation and to aid the club members membersIn
In obtaining patents and In experimental experimentalwork
work vvorkAt workAt workAt
At least half of < of the Incorporators have havemodels havemodels
models already built and application for fora
a patent has been made One of the chief chiefreasons chiefreasons chiefreasots
reasons advanced for the success of the theclub theclub theclub
club Is the wonderful field for trial to tobe tobe tobe
be found on the Utah desert at the south southend southend southend
end of the Great Salt Lake The surface surfaceIs BuraceIs
Is both smooth and level and the wind windconditions windconditions windconditions
conditions are said to be most favorable favorableThose favorableThose favorableThose
Those Who will meet tonight Include S SH SH SH
H Gilson A J Ayers Joseph Ehert L LR LR LIt
R Culver W V Powell Iver Redman Ar Arthur Arthur Arthur ¬
thur Jennings Clarence Hall and others
AMERICAN LEAGUE LEAGUEWon
Won Lost Lo t P C CDetroit
Detroit K 54 64
Philadelphia 36 6 H 621
Boston > t a 58 bsChkxgo 58Chicago 58Chicago
Chicago 7B 74 513
New York 74 77 490
Cleveland 71 8 4M s
St Louis 81 39 406 406lrlngton
Washington lrlngton 42 110 276 i6
ST LOUIS GETS SPLIT SPLITSt
St Louis Oct S ISt St Louis and Cleve ¬
land divided dlvl < led the final games of the thei sea season season ¬
i son here today Score ScoreFirst ScoreFirst ScoreFirst
First game R H E ESt ESt
I St Louie 6 61U 10 1 1Cleveland 1I 1Cleveland
I Cleveland 4 10 1
BatteriesBailey and Criger Winchell WinchellAbloa
Abioe and Easterly
St Louis 1 5 iiCleveland 0
Cleveland 3 5 8
I Batteries BatteriesGraham Graham Howell Ho well and Ste Stephens Stephens Stephens ¬
I phens Mitchell and Higgins HigginsChicago HI881naChicago HigginsChicago
Chicago Oct IDetroit 3 Detroit closed the local
American league season today by defeat ¬
ing Chicago 3 to 1 The score JICOreChlcaJlio
Chicago 1 8 0
Detroit 3 8 4
Batteries BatteriesBums Burns and Payne Pa ne Lelivelt
Works Ikekendorf and Casey Case
NORTHWESTERN LEAGUE LEAGUE8pokane
Spokane Oct 3 IScore IScorePortland 3ScorePortland Score ScorePortland
Portland g 12 4 4S J JSpokane 1Spokane
Spokane SpokaneBatteriesSeaton J g 8Batte 2 2Batteries
BatteriesSeaton Batteries Batte Seaton and Armbruster Benner Bon Bonner Bonner
ner and Ostdteck OstdteckSeattle OetdleckSeattle
Seattle Oct 3 3Seoce 3SeoceSeattle 3ScareTacoma Score ScoreSeattle
Seattle 6 2 7
Tacoma 5 g ItBatteriSPaton 31 0
BatteriSPaton Batteries S aton and Whaling Annie Annieand Annilland Annisand
and Stevens StevensSeattle StevenlSeattle StevensSeattle
Seattle 5 11 1
Tacoma 4 8 8BatteriesEngle 2 2Batteries 2BatteriesEngle
Batteries BatteriesEngle Engle and Whaling B Hall HallHopkins HallHopkins HallHopkins
Hopkins and Stephens
Y M C A CLASSES START STARTThe
The Y M C A business mens and andsenior andsenior
senior gymnasium clasps clas will open to today toda today ¬ I
day da for the seasons Iea ns work Aside from fromthe fromthe I Ithe
the regular work in the gymnasium g mnaslum basketball bas basketball basketball ¬
ketball indoor baseball and other sports sportswill sportswill sportswill
will be taken up and some lively com competition competition competition ¬
petition is assured assuredThe assuredThe assuredThe
The noon business class starts at 1215 1215p 121p 5
p m and the other at 5 p m The se senior senior senior ¬
nior classes start at 615 p m and andp S Sp SP
p m
JOHNSON TRAINS TRAINSFORKETCHtl TRAINSFOR
FORKETCHtl FOR KETCHEL TCH 0 0Interest GO GOInterest GOInterest
Interest in Contest Picking Up Upas Upas Upas
as Real Fight Seems SeemsAssured SeemsAssured SeemsAssured
Assured AssuredAll
r
All reports from Jack Johnsons train
Ing quarters at San Francisco Francl co go to show
that the black is making a pretty fair faireffort fairoffort faireffort
effort to get in shape for Ketchel Since
he met Tommy Tomm Burns Jackson has never neverworked neverworked neverworked
worked hard in training His work forthe for forthe forthe
the Kaufman fight was a Joke
At first Johnson gave out that Ketchelwould Ketchel Ketchelwould Ketchelwould
would be a cinch and that ten rounds roundswould roundswould roundswould
would be plenty to settle the middleweight middleweightwith
with Now OW however every interview he hegives hegives hegives
gives contains a line or two about Ketch Ketchels Ketchs Ketchels
els s youth strength and punishmenttak ¬
ing ability abilityJohnson abillt abilltJohnson abilityJohnson
Johnson is wise enough to know that thatle
lie le has got to win to have the chance at atthe atthe atthe
the bag of gold at the end of the Jeffries Jeffriesrainbow Jeffriesrainbow Jeffriesrainbow
rainbow He also has a very sensible en8lb en8lbdesire
desire to hang dn to the 5000 side bet he heI h e
has posted and to annex the similar similaramount similaramount similaramount
amount posted by Ketchel Despite the theearly theearly theearly
early assertions of a speedy spee knocker kRO < ko1t t it itnow Itnow itnow
now looks as if the same old safe game gamewill gamewill I Iwill
will be used u ed by the black blackThe blackThe blackThe
The wise ones also say that even if he hecould hecould becould
could Johnson would not knock Ketchel Ketchelout
out in the early stages of otthe the fight or at atall atan atall
all The reason is that three to one oneagainst OMagainst oneagainst
against Jeffries looks much better than thanoven thano thanoven
oven o n odds when It comes to betting on onthe onthe onthe
the big fight fightAfter fightAfter fightAfter
After a quite noticeable slump in the theinterest tbeInterest theinterest
interest about the fight ft < < ht the coast fansare fans fansare fansare
are beginning to take notice again Theselection The Theselection TheseJection
selection of Jack JR k Welsh as referee has liasalso haaalso hasalso
also helped things along
Another line of dope advanced to sup support support support ¬
port the view that Johnson does not notthink notthink notthink
think Ketchel an easy mark come fromJohnsons from fromJohnsons fromJohnsons
Johnsons refusal to consent to the advance ad adance adanee
vance in the date to Portola week It is issaid Issaid issaid
said on the coast that the champion had hadreally hadreally hadreally
really no good reason other than he was wasafraid WIUIafraid wasafraid
afraid the longer training period might mightwork mightwork mightwork
work In favor of Ketchel
OCCIDENTALS EVEN UP UPWITH UPWITH UPWITH
WITH YAMPA SMELTER SMELTERSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublicanBingham HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanBingham HeraldRepublicanBingham
Bingham Oct 3 3The The Occidental Occidentalteam Occidentalteam Occidentalteam
team of Salt Lake today defeated tt ttYampa thYampa the theYampa
Yampa smelter team by a score of ofto o oto a ato
to 1 The Yampa smelter team wentto wentto went wentto
to pieces in the first Inning when the theOccidentals theOccidentals theOccidentals
Occidentals made four runs rtJ S They dl dbnot < l lnot lnot
not rally until the eighth when they theymanaged the themanaged theymanaged
managed to put over their one score scoreBurns BcoreBurns scoreBurns
Burns of the Occidentals made three threetwobaggers threetwobaggers thretwobaggers e
twobaggers Jensen of the same team teammade teammade tea teamade m
made two star catches in left field fieldMcRae fieldMcRae fieldMcRae
McRae of Yampa smelter was the only onlyone onlyone onlyone
one of the players on that team who whodistinguished whodistinguished whdistinguished 0
distinguished himself He made some somegood somegood somegood
good catches catchesBatteries catchesBatteries catchesBatteries
Batteries Occidentals Harrison Harrisonand Harrisoand n
and Langley Yampa Smith and andScott andScott an anScott d nd
Scott IThe i iThe iThe
The series now stands one game each
WOMEN GOLF CHAMPIONS CHAMPIONSPhiladelphia CHAMPIONSPhiladelphia
Philadelphia Oct 3 3The The most prom promising promising promIsing ¬
ising field fI ld the womans golf cham championship championship championship ¬
pionship has ever brought together w will willbegin willbegin ill illbegin
begin play in the qualifying round of ofthat ofthat o othat f
that event tomorrow morning over the thelinks th thlinks thlinks P
links of the Merced Cricket club at atHaverford atHaverford a t
Haverford the Philadelphia suburb suburbFive suburbFive suburbFive
Five pla players > ers from abroad including includingMiss IncludingMiss g
Miss Dorothy Campbell who won the thewoman thewomans th thwomans e
womans B title this year at St An Andrews Andrews Andrews ¬
drews and Miss Frances Teacher TeacherScottish TeacherScottish TeacherScottish
Scottish woman champion in 1 1907 < 07 will willbe willbe willbe
be present Miss Katherine Harley Ha rley > of ofFall ofFall o oFall f
Fall River Is the present impion Ia
WHAT HUGH AND CONNIE HAVE TO SAY SAYABOUT SAYABOUT SAYABOUT
ABOUT AMERICAN LEAGUE FINISH
Following are the expressions of thetwo the thetwo
two great American league managers managersHugh managersHugh managersHugh
Hugh Jennings manager Detroit DetroitWe DetroitWe DetroitWe
We are right on edge as a champion championship champlonahlp championship ¬
ship team must be and I could not notsee notBee notsee
see how we could possibly haveslumped have haveslumped haveslumped
slumped so as a to lose the race I hopethe hope hopethe hopethe
the club will give a better account ofItself of ofitself
itself in the worlds series than it has hasIn hasin
In previous years In 1997 things brokebadly broke brokebadly brokebadly
badly for us but last year we wereclearly were wereclearly wereclearly
clearly outplayed This year however howeverour
our pitchers to a man are in great greatshape greatshape greatshape
shape the team has the fighting spirit spiritand spiritand spiritand
and we have two men Cobb and Craw Crawford Crawford Crawford ¬
ford who are likely to break up anygame any anygame anygaml
game with their hitting and combination combina combination ¬
tion work upon the bases It ought oughtto
to be a great series and we hope towin to towin towIn
win it t
Connie Mack manager Philadelphia PhiladelphiaWe
I We re made a good fight for the championship cham championship hampionshlp ¬
pionship all things considered At Atthe Atthe A Athe t
the beginning of the season critics all allover allover aI aIover 1
over the circuit asserted that we were werea
a second division team but we fooled fooledthem fooledI fooledthem
them and kept l ept in the race until the thelast thelast th thlast e
I last week of the season After beat beating beatIng beating ¬
ing Chicago in three out of four games gamesin gamein s
in the last series the Athletics suf suffered suffered ¬ i
fered a violent reaction This was wascaused wascaused wacaused s
caused by the Injury to Barry In the thefinal thefinal thefinal
final game with the Tigers It dis disrupted disrupted disrupted ¬
rupted our defense and played havocwith havoc havocwith haocwith
with our offense for Barry developed developedinto
into one of the best inside men in the thegame thegame thegame
game Had Barry not been hurt wemight we wemight wemight
might have won As It is we will have haeto haveto
to take off our hats to Jennings and andhis andhis andhis I
his players
AMERICAN wlr VIWS s sISlAND
ISlAND MARATHON MARATHONRuns 0 1 1Runs
Runs lap Champion to Stand Standstill Standstill Standstill ¬
still and Finishes Race RaceAlone RaceAlone RaceAlone
Alone AloneHonolulu AloneHonolulu AloneHonolulu
Honolulu Oct XAn international internationalmarathon IDternationalmarathon internationalmarathon
marathon was run h hlre here re this tb afternoon afternoonand
II IIand
and resulted re ulted in a victoty for Nigel Ja Javh Javhson < k kson
son an American over the Japanchampion Japan Japanchampion Japantchampion
champion Tsukomoto Tnk moto who gave up soon soonafter < < o < > n nafter natter
after the fourteenth niile when Jack Jackswae Jacksttu Jacksttuwas n nwas
was a mile and a half ahead aheadThe aheadThe aheadThe
The race caused great excitement ai aimany alman i imany
many man wager were mate on the Japttn Japttnby Jal > > lnt lntby <
by his compatriots which were prompt prompil1covered h hcovered hcovered
covered by the American sporting i in 111Jackson i iJackson tJackson
Jackson made the pare pa from the star ttaiwith starwith n nwith
with Tsukomoto running runn close up t tmore tmore > r rmore
more than thirteen miles mll when the Ann AUltrIcans Ams Amsicans i ileans r
Icans superior stamina began to tell and amlthe anIthe andthe
the Japanese e was forced to to stop with wit It hi hitrainers hitralnen >
trainers at the fourteenth mile He raa mad mada < 1 1a <
a desperate effort to close u up the th thtance ditanee dis distance
tance but after running a mile mile he ga gaup gaup gave <
up Jackson outgaming him even in thr thrspurts tli tlispurts 1 lit litspurtA <
spurtsJackson spurts spurtsJackson spurtAJackson
Jackson ran the rest of the twent twentysix twentysixmile > < ix ixmile ixmile
mile course in easy fashion fa hlon and cross crosnd crosndthe > 1 1the ithe
the line amid the cheers of the America AmerlealJin i s sin
in the immense crowd of both nation
MARATHON RUNNER AHEAD AHEADWHEN AHEADWHEN AHEADWHEN
WHEN HIS HEART FAILS FAILSMontreal FAILSMontreal
x
Montreal Oct 3 3Henry Henry St Yxr Yxrthe Yntbe Tvcthe =
the famous French longdistance run runner Ill n nnero i iner
ner collapsed in the twentythird miltof milt nnlfof miltof
of a race here today toda Physicians il ilclared dclared it itdared
clared d that his hear was affected an aId aIdthat antthat i ithat
that he probably would w uld be unable T Trun trUB r rrun >
run again againHis againHie againHis
His opponent Hang Holmer of Que Quebee QlIfbee Quebee
bee finished strong covering the Marathon Mar Marathon Marathon
athon distance In 28240 3Zt a new record reconlif recor recorIf
if the track ia found fou to measure correctly cor coirectly correctly
rectly rectlyTodays rectlyTodays rectlyTodays
Todays win gave Holmer his sixthstraight sixth sixthstraight sIXI h hstraight
straight victory since June St l YP YPwall v es eswas iswas
few yards when I 1went
was leading by a J Jwent
went down r

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