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6 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH WEDNESDAY OCT 131909 13 1909
Whats Wha All I What the Time in Sports SportsAll S TIGERS BOOST AMERICAN LEAGUE CLASS TheSrJ TheSporting of Salt ift Authority Authorityof Lake ority f
BOTII fIGHTERS fIGHTERSUSE FIGHTERSEASE
USE UP WORK WORKJohnson
Johnson Fears Staleness With WithKetchel WithKetchel WithKetchel
Ketchel Confident of ofVictory ofVictory ofVictory
Victory VictorySan
San Francisco Oct 12 12VIth With the fight fightfor fIghttor fightfor
for the heavyweight championship of the theworld theworld theworld
world only a fev days away both of the theprincipals thetinclpals theDrindpals
principals have begun to taper down in intheir Intheir Intheir
their work While the betting continues continuesat
at odds of 10 to 4 in favor of the cham champion chamrIOH chamToii ¬
pion considerable money is being placed placedon
on the short end endOne endOne endrze
One rze of the latest of the short end bet bettors bettors bettors ¬
tors is Billy Papke the Kewanee fighter fighterwho fighterho tightervho
who ho has faced Ketchel four times in the thering thermg thezng
ring Papke has written to Louis Blot Blothia Blothis Bloth
his h loca representative asking him to toplace toplace toplace
place a bet on the chances of his oldtime oldtimeopponent oldtimeopponent oldtimeOpponent
opponent In his letter the Illinois mid middleweight mlddltwelght middieweight ¬
dleweight expresses ute belief that thatKetchel thatetchel thatketchel
Ketchel etchel will outgame the champion championThe
The aspirant for the heavyweight title titleIs titleJs titleje
Is supremely confident that it will be bea bear beaded
a ar aded dPd to the two which he already holds holdsand holdsnnd holdsand
and he expresses this belief in the declara declaration declaration declaralion ¬
tion that the coming fight will be a re replica replica reDliea ¬
plica of the famous CorbettFitzsimmons CorbettFitzsimmonsniatrh
match at a Carson City
Johnson is afraid of getting stale and andior andor
ior or the last two days he has done noth nothing noth1ng nothIng ¬
ing but routine gymnasium work His Hismanager lIlsmanager Hismanager
manager declares that the big fighter Is Is1n
In the pink of condition and he will not notallow notallow notallow
allow him to do any more hard work be beo ¬
fore o the match
WISCONSIN TAKES LAST LASTGAME LASTGAME LASTGAME
GAME AND ANDSTARTS STARTS HOME HOMEToklo
Toklo Oct 12 nThe The University of Wis Wisconsin WIsonsln Wisconin ¬
consin baseball team today whitewashed whitewashedthe
the Kelo university In the last of the theerrles theJfrlIS thetcrIes
errles of games which the collegians collegianscrossed collegiansrossed collegianscrossed
crossed < the ocean to play The score was wasto wasS
18 to 0 The Japanese pitcher was batted battomreey
tfreely reey ten members of the Wisconsin Wisconsintetni
team reaching first on clean drives The Th < 3
Jest best the home team could do was three three3ms
hits hits off the college pitcher The college collegeeam
team eam will sail for Seattle on the Tango
iMaru laru today
LUCAS SELECTED HEAD HEADOF HEADOF HEADOFNORTHWESTERN
OF NORTHWESTERN NORTHWESTERNSeattle
Seattle Wash Oct 12 12The The annual annualmeeting annualmeeting annualmeeting
meeting of the Northwestern league of ofprofessional ofIprofesslonal of3rotesiona1
professional baseball clubs was held heldrre
here rre last night W V H Lucas of Port ¬
land Ore was reelected president Mr
Iijcas L 3S was also appointed delegate to the the7n themefUng theTheE
7n mefUng TheE ting of the national association at
Memphis Tenn In November No action actionY
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ing the circuit
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ACT ices June June 30 3 1906 19 SERIAL SERJALlO SERiAtices i iIOCS
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Notice Notce to Water Users UsersState User UserState UsersState
State Enginjers Engln ers Office Salt Lake City CityUtah Clt CltUtah CityUtah
Utah September 30 1909 1909Notice 19 1909Notice
Notice Notce Is hereby given that J W V Boyce Boycewhose Boycewhose Boycewhose
whose postoffice posloffce address Is Murray Murry Utah Utahhas Utnhhas Utahhas
has made application appllcaton In accordance with tviththe withthe withthe
the requirements of the Complied Compied Laws Lawsof
of Utah 1907 197 as amended b b7 1 the Session SessionLaws SessionLaws SessionLaws
Laws of Utah 1909 19 to appropriate gproprlate ten
10 0 cubic feet per second of water from fromSpring tromSprIng fromSpring
Spring Creek Salt Lake county Utah UtahSaid CtahSaid UtahSaid
Said water will wi be diverted by means of ofa ofa ofa
a pipe line lne flumes fumes and ditches ditche at a apoint apoint apoint
point which lies les 2362 22 feet fet north and 641 641feet 617 617feet 6417 6417feet
feet east from the southeast corner of ofsection ofsecton ofsection
section secton 8 township 2 south range 1 east eastSalt eastSal eastSalt
Salt Sal Lake base and meridian merdIan from which whichpoint whichpoint whichpoint
point it I will be conveyed for a distance 01 01lCOO f fIO
lCOO IO feet and there used usd from January Januar 1 1to 1to 1to
to December 31 inclusive of each year for forfish forfish forfish
fish culture culure purposes purses It I is the intention Intenton of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the applicant applcant to use the natural channels channelsfrom channelsfrom channelsfrom
from the point pint of diversion to the point polnof pint pintof pointof
of return which latter point is situated
1154 119 feet north and nd 330 3 feet west from the thesoutheast thesoutheast thesoutheast
southeast corner of section secton 8 township 2 2south 2south 2south
south range 1 east Salt Lake base am ammeridian and andmeridian andmeridian
meridian This application applcation is designated designatedin deslgatod deslgatodIn
in the State Engineers office as No 2604 2604All 261 261Al 2601All
All Al protests protest against the granting grantng of said saidapplication saidapplcation saidapplication
application applcation stating tatng the reasons reaons therefor thereformust thereformust thereformust
must be made by affidavit atfdavit in duplicate duplicateand duplcate duplcateand
and filed fed in this office ofce within wihIn thirty 30 30days 3 33days
days after the completion of the publica publication publca publcaton publication ¬
tion of this notice
ton noticeCALEB CALEB TANNER TANNERState TANNERState TANNERState
State Engineer EngineerDate EngineerDate
Engneer EngneerDate
Date of first frst publication publcaton October 13
1909 19 date of completion completon of publication publicationXovpmb publcation publcationNopmbor publicationNovexnbr
Xovpmb Nopmbor r 12 1 1909 1909Notice 19 19Notce 1900Notice
Notice Notce to Water Users UsersState User UserState UsersState
State Engineers Office Salt Lake Lke City CityUtah CityUtah CityUtah
Utah September 30 3 1909 1909Notice 19 1909Notice
Notice Notce is hereby given that W D WH WHcock WI Wilcock
cock whose postoffice postotlce address is Esca Escalante Escaiante I Ilantc
lante Utah has made application applcation in ac accordance accordance
cordance with wih the requirements reQulrelnent of the theCompiled thl theComplied
Compiled Compied Laws of Utah 1907 10i as amended amendedby
by the Session Laws of Utah 1909 19 to ap appropriate ap appropriate ¬
propriate one 1 1 cubic foot per second secondof secondof
of water wter from Seepage Springs Spring Garfie Garfed Garfedcounty Garfledcounty a acounty
county Utah Said water will wi be divert dlveied dlel dleled diverted
ed at a point which lies 742 feet east of ofthe otthe ofthe
the northwest northwet corner of the northwest northwestquarter northwestquarter st stQuarter
quarter of the southeast southe t quarter of sec section secton section ¬
tion ton 34 township 35 3 south range 3 east eastSalt eat eatSal eastSalt
Salt Sal Lake base and meridian merdIan from where whereIt whtr
It will wI be conveyed by means of a ditch ditchand ditchand ditchand
and a flume fume for a distance distnce of about 100 100feet 10 100feet
feet and there used from March 1 to Oc October October October ¬
tober feet 31 inclusive of each year ye to irri irrigate Irriate irrigate ¬
gate ate 160 16 acres of land lad embraced in sec section secton seetion ¬
tion ton 34 3 township 35 3 south range 3 east eastSalt eaot eaotSalt eaGtSalt
Salt Lake Lke base and meridian This ap application applcaton application ¬
plication plcaton Is designated desigated in the State Engi Engineers Eng Engineers ¬
neers office otce as No 2497 2497All 29 2497All
neers All protests against the granting of said saidapplication saidapplcation saidapplication
application applcation stating statng the reasons therefor thereformust thereformust thereformust
must be made by affidavit affdavi in duplicate duplicateand duplcate duplcateand
and filed fed In this office ofce within wihin thirty 36 36days 3 30days
days after the completion of the publica publication publca publcation publication ¬
tion of this thi notice noticeCALEB notce
notceCLEB CALEB TANNER TANNERState TANNERState
CLEB TANNER
State Engineer EngineerDate EngineerDate
Date of first fIlt publication publlcaton October Engneer EngneerDate 13 13
1009 10 date of completion completon of publication publicationNovember pUblcation pUblcationNovembr publicationNovember
November Novembr 12 1 1903 19
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249 MAIN IAI Houston Block Bock oppo oppoStreet Office Hours exprmpnt Week days 9 a m mto
Street site sie KeithOBrien KelhOBrIen Store StoreSALT to 5 I OflcelourWeek p m evenings 7 to S p m i in inSALT Sun Sundays Sun SunSALT ¬
SALT LAKE LAK CITY CIT days andholidays andholdays 10 a a m to 12 1 noon noonTHE non nonn
n 1 f fr frRacing
Racing Racin Today TodayAnd i iAnd
And every ever day except Sunday during the thirtyday fall fnl meeting meetng of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Utah Jockey Club Cub at atBUENAVISTA atBUENA atBUENAVISTAPARK
BUENAVISTA BUENAVISTAThe BUENA BUENAVISTAPARK BUENAVISTAPARKThe VISTA PARK PARKThe
The safeHt InfeRt and fastest fast cut mile track In the treat Six races dally daly rain rainon
on whine First race starts tnrt at iSO sharp alinrpADMISSION sharpADMISSION bnl bnlADMISSION >
ADMISSION 50 CENTS INCLUDING GRAND GRAN STAND STANDLadles STAN
Ladles admitted free to park and nd grandstand gmllltnnd on Mondays IoDda and Friday Fida FidaRne FridaysRace
Race Rne track specials Ipeclnl leave Union Station Stnton 0 S L at 1215 12111 1 140 140and 114 140and
and i 11 15 p in Returning lea leave > e Buena YiMa Itl Purl 411 lisa 505 IO 333 l 3 and and5r47
547 141 Vehicles must mus go out West Vet Second South street to reach auto automobile automobie automobile ¬
mobile mobie and carriage entrance entrnce entrncerHE entranceTHE
THE UTAH U1AI JOCKEY CLUB CLUBJOHN
JOHN CONDRON President PresidentJ Peldent PeldentW
J W RICE RIC Sec See and Treas Tren W W FINN FIN Manager ManagerAnd Mang
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fORM IS SHAKEN SHAKENBUT SHAKENBUT
BUT BOOKS LOSE LOSEDriving
Driving Finishes Make Card at atBuena atBuena atBuena
Buena Vista Ex Exciting Exciting Exciting ¬
citing citingForm
Form got a jolt yesterday at Buena BuenaVista BuenaVista BuenaVista
Vista and still the bookies got off the theworst theworst tthworst
worst of the engagement because of the thewise thewIse thewise
wise money that landed hard In the right rightspots rightspots rightspots
spots Second and third choices played playedfor
for place and show rewarded their back backers backel backers ¬
ers el liberally in practically every race raceThe raceThe raceThe
The biggest disappointment came in the thethird thethird thethird
third race when Burning Bush backed backedfrom backedtrom backedfrom
from three to three to two could but butshow butshow butshow
show Balenan won all the way de delighting d dlighting dlighting ¬
lighting little Georgie Swain the former formerjockey tormerjockey formerjockey
jockey Balcrians owner and his friends friendsLady friendsLady friendsLady
Lady Adelaide the favorite In the first firstrace firstrace firstrace
race Just snatched the wire from R A AMcCurdy AMccurdy AMcCurdy
McCurdy in a hard driving finish between betweenthe
the two horses horsesOne horsesOne horsesOne
One of the most sensational closing closingrushes closingrushes closingrushes
rushes of the meeting came in the second secondrace secondrare secondrace
race when Wildwood V lId wood Bill back three threelengths threelengths threelengths
lengths from the speedy La Chata sixty sixtyyards sixtyyards sixtyyards
yards from the wire fairly shot to the thefront thefront thefront
front to win in the last jump by a head headRose headRose headRose
Rose Daly the favorite could not cope copewith copewith copewith
with the pace set her in the first six sixteenth sIxteenth sixteonth ¬
teenth teenthAgreement teenthAgreement teonthAgreement
Agreement the hot favorite in the thefourth thefourth tilefourth
fourth race at one mile ran a remark remarkable remarkable remarkable ¬
able race getting pinched back to last lastposition la5tposition lastposition
position at the start and then mowing mowingdown mowingdown mowingdown
down his field on the home turn to win winhandily winhandily winhandily
handily handilyThere handilyThere handilyThere
There was nothing to It but Jane Swift Swiftin
in the fifth race the Pasadena speedster speedsterwalking speedsterwalking speedsterwaikin
walking waikin home at one to three Harry
Stanhope brought smiles to many backers backersfor
for place while Daytons free advice that thltlis thcttlis
lis filly Pallas would show came all too toorue toorue tootrue
true rue to suit the books booksThe booksThe booksThe
The last race was considered an open openone openone openone
one with No Quarter the winner liked likednot likednot likednot
not quite so well by the talent as wks wksFurnace w wtsFurnace s sl
Furnace l < urnace and Swagerlator Swa rlator In surprising surprisingcontrast surprIsingcontrast surprisingcontrast
contrast to his last race No Quarter had hada hadwJrd
a world of speed and won all the way
Swagerlator was backed but failed to toshow toshow toshow
show any class in the running
Tlw crowd was large luge and the weather weatherideal weatherIdeal weatherideal
ideal
COASf COAST COASTLEAGUE COASTLEAGUELos LEAGUE LEAGUELos
Los Angeles Oct 12 12In In two closely con contested contested contested ¬
tested games gJlm S here today Los Angeles Angelesand
and San Francisco broke even Butler Butlerpitched Butlerpitched Butlerpitched
pitched for Los Angeles In the first game gameand gameand gameand
and permitted the visitors to make twelve twelvehits twelvehits twelvehits
hits In the second game San Francisco Franciscokept Franclsckept Franciscokept
kept up the heavvhitting while Los An Angeles AnAeles Angeles ¬
geles was unable to do anything with withBrownings wIthBrownlngs withBrownings
Brownings offering Scoies ScoiesFirst SCOleSFirst ScotesFirst
First game R H E ELos ELos ELos
Los Angeles 5 9 2 2San 2San 2San
San Francisco 4 1 12 12BatteriesButler 3 3Batteries 3BatteriesButler
Batteries BatteriesButler Butler and Orendorff East
ley and Berry Her HerSecond
Second game R H E
Los Angeles o 1 I 2 2San 3
San Francisco 3 7 1
Batteries BatterleeNagle 8Nagle Nagle and Orendorff Brown ¬
lug In and Villlams WilliamsOakland VilllamsOakland YlIllamsOakland
Oakland Cal Cai Oct 12 12Qakland Oakland defeated
Sacramento in the morning game today
Score R RSacramento H E
Sacramento 2 G l 2 2Oakland 2Oakland 2Oakland
Oakland 5 7 7BatteriesBaum 4
Batteries BatterlesBaum Baum Brown and Graham
Boice and C Lewis LewisOakland LewisOakland LewisOakland
Oakland Cal Oct 11 1In In the afternoon
Sacramento evened things up by shutting shuttingout
out tho home team 4 to 0 Score
ScoreR
R H E
Sacramento i 6 1
Oakland o 4 Z 2Portland ZPortland zPortland
Portland Ore Oct 12 12In In a hotly con contested contested contested ¬
tested game which ended 2 to 0 in Port Portlands ¬
lands favor Seaton outpltched Hitt the
Vernon pitcher Score R H E
Vernon 0 4 1
Portland 2 6 6BatteriesHItt 6BatteriesHitt
Batteries BatteriesHItt Hitt and Hogan Seaton and
Fisher
OCCIDENTALS LEAVE FOR FORWINTER FORWINTER FORWINTER
WINTER SEASON ON COAST COASTThe
The Occidental colored baseball nine is isscheduled Isscheduled isscheduled
scheduled to leave today for Los Angeles Angelesto
to put in the winter meeting all comers comersIn
In the ball line Manager anag r Frank JJlack JJlackstates JUackstates llackstates
states that the team will play In the thename thename thename
name of the Salt Lake Occidentals and andthat andthat andthat
that every effort will lie made to repre represent r reprosent pre present ¬
sent Salt Lake with a live team teamThe teamThe teamThe
The men making the trip are Black BlackCampbell BlackCampbell BlackCampbell
Campbell Langley catchers Langford LangfordHarrison LangfordHarrlwn LangfordHarrison
Harrison and Smith pitchers Robinson Robinsonshort Robinsonshort Robinsonshort
short Hawkins third Campbell Claude ClaudeBurns ClaudeBurns ClaudeBurns
Burns and Muldleton fielders Buddy
Lane the crack first sacker will join the theteam theteam theteam
team on the coast Black says that they theywill theywIll theywill
will all return for the next season in Utah
ARRESTED AT JAMAICA JAMAICANew
New York Oct 12 1George George Rose Tom TomShaw TomShaW TomShaw
Shaw and Rod McMahon Ic ahon known to torace torace torace
race track followers throughout the coun country COUlltr country ¬
try tr were arrested at the Jamaica track trackthis trackthis trackthis
this afternoon charged with violating the theantigambling theantlgambllng theantigambling
antigambling laws
JAMAICA RESULTS RESULTSJamaica RESULTSJamaica RESULTSJamaica
Jamaica L I Oct 12 12Iaskette Maskette won the thePierpont thePierpont thePlerpont
Pierpont handicap here today but only onlyafter onlyafter onlyafter
after she had demonstrated that she was wasthe wasthe wasthe
the greatest fllly in training She was off offpoorly olfpoorly offpoorly
poorly and carried carrl d wide on the first turn turnlosing turnlosing turnlosing
losing many man lengths but when Butwell Butwelllet
let out a wrap the filly overtook the thetenders theIpqders theloders
tenders In a remarkably fist furlong and andtook andtook andtook
took the lead at the halfmile pole poleFirst poleFirst poleFirst
First race one mile and a sixteenth sixteenthBlackford sixteenthBlackford sixteenthBlackford
Blackford 3 to 1 won Patsy 6 to 1 sec second second eecond ¬
ond Nethermost 9 to 2 third Time 149 149Second 149Second 149Second
Second race mile and a sixteenth sixteenthWoodcraft slxteenthWoodcraft sixteenthWoodcraft
Woodcraft 3 I to 1 won Juggler 5 to 1 1second 1second 1second
second Blackmate 8 to 1 third Time Time14S
148 25 25Third 25Third 25Third
Third race six furlongs furlonssGerman German Sil Silver Silver 511ver ¬
ver 2 to 1 won Fulfill 7 to 1 second secondSir secondSir secondSir
Sir Ashton 5 to 2 third Time 114 45 45Fourth 48Fourth 45Fourth
Fourth race mile and a furlong furlongMas furlongMaskttte Mas Maskette ¬
kette 1 to 2 won Huck 4 to 1 second secondFirestone secondFirestone secondFirestone
Firestone 5 to 1 third Time 154 25 25Fifth 25Fifth 25Fifth
Fifth race six furlongs furlongsJeanne Jeanne dArc dArceven dArceven dArceven
even won St Jeanne 4 to 1 second secondBlack secondBlack secondBlack
Black Mary 7 to 2 third Time 114 114Sixth 114Sixth 114Sixth
Sixth race five and a half furlongs furlongsCalypte furlongSCalypte furlongsCalypte
Calypte even won Flashing SO to 1 1second 1second 1second
second Inspired 25 5 to 1 third Time
108 35
LATONIA RESULTS RESULTSCincinnati RESULTSCinclnn3tl RESULTSCinclnnsti
Cincinnati 0 Oct 12 12Minot Mlnot lnot the fa favorite fayorIte favorite ¬
vorite had an easy time winning the fea feature feature ¬
ture event at Latonia today Four fa favorites fayorltes favorites ¬
I
vorites managed to come home In front frontCold frontCold frontCold
Cold weather held the crowd down own to tobarely tobarely tobarely
barely lCOO but th3 betting was brisk brIskrack
Track heavy heavyFirst heavyFirst heavyFirst
First race five furlongs furlongsOllla Olivia Mlekle Mleklejohn MleklEjohn MiekleJohn
john 3 1 to 2 won Lady Welles 6 to 1 1swond Iond 1second
second ond Eleanor Robson 3 3lf to 1 third
Time 1KB 1KBSecond lOiSecond 16Second
Second race six furlongs furlongsAce Ace of Dia Diamonds DIamonds Diamonds ¬
monds 7 to 1 won Austin Sturtevant
10 to 1 second Billy Bodemer 13 to 10
third Time 117 117Third 1 117Third li liThird
Third race five and a half furlongs
Cambrienne 5 to 1 won Jack Binns 7
to 1 second Colonel Ashmende 10 to 1 1third 1thIrd 1third
third Time 168 35 35Fourth 35Fourth IaFourth
Fourth race mile mileMinot Minot 3 to 2 won
Posing 9 to 5 second Crepps Beckham
15 to 1 third Time 14C 15 15Fifth 15Fifth 15Fifth
Fifth race six furlongs turlongsMerrick Merrick 3 to 5 Ewon 5won 5won
won Marbles 4 to 1 second Tony Faust
S to 1 third Time 116 25 25Sixth 2tSixth 25Sixth
Sixth race one mile mileLady Lady Vie 13 to 2 2won 2won 2won
won Banrlda 5 to 1 second Malediction
7 to 2 third Time 146 15 lo
LONDON WANTS FIGHT FIGHTNew FIGHT1ew FIGHTNew
New York Oct 12 1The The National Sport ¬
ing club In London has invited Abe At Attell AtteH Attell
tell to box 20 rounds with Jem DriscoH
but it is understood here that AJttoll has
demanded that the club post a 10000 10000guarantee 10000arantee 10000guarantee
guarantee arantee As this club has never been
known to grant such a request the pros prospects prospects prospects ¬
pects for a fight between Attell and Dris Drlscoll Driscoll Driscoll
coll are not considered bright
BELMONT PAID PAIDNew PAIDNew PAIDNew
New York Oct 12 12The The Belmont race racemeeting racemeeting racemeeting
meeting which closed yesterday did not notshow notshow notshow
show a financial loss but it is said that thaithe thatthe thatthe
the profits will hardly more than offset offsetthe offsetthe offsetthe
the loss Incurred by the spring meeting meetingat
at that track
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HERALDREPUBLICA FORM CHART CHARTSalt 11 11Salt
Salt Lake Tuesday October 12 1909 1909Flfteenth Fifteenth day Weather clear Track Trackfast Trackfast Trackfast
fast P P Pomeroy Presiding Judge Richard Dwyer Starter StarterCQCC
5366 5 CQCC 3 e 6 FIRST RACE RACEFIe Fixe furlongs Selling Threeyearolds and upward upwardValue upwardLI
QODD LI Value to first J1SO J1SOAt 31Wmd tWInd
Ind Horse WI S Ji ii 4 Str Fin Jockey OPe CI CIl ClSZ
SZ l L Adelaide 4 41uJ 11JJ 3 2 ½ 2n Z 244 Ins E Smith 1 1
5112 R A McCurd 3101 2 1 11 IPh 11 24 1lf ½ Cotton 4 92
5312 llagnifielo a 100 1 41 4 44 4h 31 Wilson 20 0 15 15Ul1
Ul1 Galvanic a IOJ 5 31 3 3h 41 Johnson 3 92 9249ai
4 49ai 3 Lucky Mate 3 107 4 62 ½ 62 61 1 51 14 McClgh 10 10 10531Z 1053l2
531Z B Byron ron 1 < 109 6 5h 5 61 62 Martin 20 10 O
5312 Esther M 8 8 8 8 71 Cavanaugh 5 8
4971 Lan Laay Powell 4100 4 100 7 73 73 72 8 Jarrett 4 6 6At CAt
At post po > t 314 3 minutes otr at 23 2 Time llme26 26 W 102 102Adelaide 10Adelaide 1 1Adelaide
Adelaide 12 1 place out s show > McCurdy 65 place 12 show Magnlficio 3 show showWinner showVlnner showWinner
Winner ch m by Kismet KismetlIelen Helen G Trained by J W V Moore MooreScratched MooreScratchedMonsle MooreScratchedMonsie
Scratched ScratchedMonsle Monsle Moble MobleStart MobleStart MobleStart
Start good Won driving Second same Third easily
Lady Lad Adelaide under a vigorous finish just got up in time R A McCurdy
had the early speed but weakened last few yards ards Magniflcio getting good easily easilyt
beet t of others Galvanic short shortCQft shortS
S CQft 3 61 6 7 1 SECOND RACE RACEFIve Five furlongs furlongsValue Selling Threeyearolds and Upward UpwardAt lipwardValue UpwardValue
000 f Value to first SI Jro JroInd 150md 50
Ind Horse Wt S ½ Str FIn Jockey Op CL
5314 Wild Bill 2 21lf 21 ½ 22 2h 1ns E Smith 6 5
599 La Chata 6109 1 11 13 12lf 12 ½ 2n Cavanaugh 6 8
5316 Rose Daly 3 32lf 32 ½ 31 31lf 31 ½ 3 32 SIngleton 2 8 55
5361 Mossback 4 U 111 6 41 44 41 41 Wilson 3 3
5317 Sylvia U 6102 4 5 62 6 62 54 Johnson 4 8
4 49513 Aunt KIt 3 101 7 72 74 74 6lf 62 Tullilt 10 20
5314 Halton 5 112 5 63 5h 51 73 Shriner 10 8 849j8
49j8 Goodfellow 3 101 8 8 8 8 8 Elsnzpf 8 10
5317 Banthel 3 i 99 0 Left Hnrrlmton 8 12 12At 12At
At post b minutes Oft at 311 Time TlmeII St 15 l 4U 102 102Bill 10lBill 102Bill
Bill 2 place 1 show Chata 3 place 1 show Daly 13 show showWinner showVlnner showWinner
Winner b g by Santello SantelloZalvld Zalvldea a Trained by b A Rick RIokStart RlokStart RickStart
Start good for all but Banthel Won first three driving drivingWildwod drlvlnWlldwod drivingWildwod
Wildwod Bill ran a good game race well ridden laid behind pace caught caughtLa
La Chata tiring in last fifty yards and just beat her home La Chata no excuses excusesbroke excusebrole excusesbroke
broke flying set a hot pace but weakened at the end Rose Daly ran her race raceThreeyearolds
5 r 3 38 Cft 6 8 THIRD RACE RACEFive Five furlongs Selling Sellingalue Threeyearolds and upward upwardaIUt
k > alue to flryst tlr > t 3150 3150At 150md 150 150Ind
Ind Horse WI S 3 Str li Fin ln Jockey Up CL CL52S7
657 Balerlan 3 10l1 1 12 12 12 13lf 13 Jarrett 2 52 5252W 5252l9
52W M I Montrose 4 109 3 21 222 22 21lf 21 21 Thomas 5 7
5299 Burn Bush 5 114 2 31 3 3h 31v 31 ½ Cotton 3 32
6316 Belle Brady 4 114 8 71 6 C4j 65 41 Cavanaugh 6 15
5299 Gene Wood 4 11 114 7 6 712 71 5 54 Murphy 4 6
5361 Fthr Downey 5109 5 109 4 52 5 4h 63 V Dusan 10 12
4941 Reuben 6 109 5 41 43 7 72 74 Fraeh 3 6
5316 The Mouser 5 100J 6 8 8 8 8 Pickens 8 12 12At 12At
At post 7 ilf ½ minutes Off at 340 Time rii 23 s 45 48 25 2 101 15 15Balerian 15Balerlan 15Baierlan
Balerian 1 place 13 show Mollle 3 place 32 show Bush 25 show showWinner showVlnner showWinner
Winner b f to by The Commoner CommonerYalerlana Vale riana Trained by G Swain SwainScratched SwainScratchedGol8lper SwainScratchedGossiper
Scratched ScratchedGol8lper Gossiper II IIStart IIStart IIStart
Start good Won V on easily Second driving Third easily easilyBalerian easilyBaledan easilyBalerian
Balerian had the foot and breezed to her field Mollle Montrose the contender contenderall
all the way Burning Bush heavily played just managed to keep up and had no noexcuses noexcuss noexcuss
excuss Tab Father Downey
5369 5 FOURTH RACE RACEOne One mile mileto Selling Threeyearolds and upward Value ValueAt
I to 0 first fl rat 200 200md OO OOInd
Ind Bors Wt S ½ 4 Str JoIn Jockey Ope CI CIa31a Cleiii
a31a Agreement 4 IU1 5 1 51 34 1h 11 Singleton 1 75 755r6
5r6 16 Eudora a 109 3 1 1 ½ 1 14 2 21 V Dusen 3 6 65a6i 6i
5a6i i Sum Barber 5 110 1 21 2111 21 21 31 34 Otis 6 12
5290 Ynk Tourist 3 106 7 61 7 51 51s 41 41 414 Cavanaugh 32 2
521 AksArBen3 3 10 106 4 4h 61 62 5 53 56 56 Cotton 6 8
56 5562 Gretchen G 3 101 2 34 I 42 7 62 6 64 Tullet 6 4
5 5263 SponduUx a 10 100 6 51 ½ 31 4h 7 7 ShrIner ShrInerAt 0 30 30At
At post minute Off at 401 40l 401l4 Time fime26 lmeZ 28 51 117 15 143 l lAgreement 1Agrement 14 14Agreement
Agreement Agrement 12 place out sho show Eudora 2 place 1 show Barber 2 2Winner 2Tlnner 2Winner
Winner ch g by Star Ruby Rub RubyHarmony Harmony II I Trained by E J Crawford CrawfordScratched Crwford CrwfordScratched CrawfordScratchedMerlingo
Scratched ScratchedMerlingo Merllngo IerJngo Wander WanderStart WanderStart VanderStart
Start good Won easily easiy Second Scond driving Third easily easilyAgreement easilyAgreement easilyAgreement
Agreement laid out of it I first frst part moved up fast after passing pasing half hal pole took tookcommand tookcommand tookcommand
command in stretch and won without further trouble truble Eudora Eudor made the pace pacehung pacehung pacehung
hung on well but was not good enough Sam Barber Improving Yankee Yanke Tourist Touriststumbled Tourst Tourststumbled Touriststumbled
stumbled at start which injured his chances chancesFIFTH
5 3 I 70 FIFTH RACE RCESix RACESix Six furlongs Selling Selng Threeyearolds Three1erolds and upward Value ValueAt
U I 10 0 first StiO n fl flInC
InC Horse Wt Vt S i 4 4 Str FIn Jockey Op CI Cl5l1
51 5l1 Jane Swit liwift 4 1t RU 1 1 14 18 1 14 II 16 Singleton 12 13
5 5260 1 H Stanhope 3 ll 114 2 23 22lf 22 2 244 22 Cavanaugh 10 3 30
5 5300 Pallas 3 101 4 31 3 31 41 414 3 Peak 2 20 3 30 304I441
4 4I441 Sure Surety 5 14 114 6 52 51 52 41 413 Johnson I C 12 13s
52 s Invader 6 119 3 411 41 ½ 41lf 41 31 3 52 52 E Smih Smith 10 2 24
5 5305 Orlfamb Orlflamb 4 114 7 6 61 6 62 66 Wison Wilson 6 10 10i
i 5290 Excheuer Exchequer 4 11 119 5 7 7 7 7 TulIet ulet 10 10At 30 30At
At post pst 4 minute mInute Off Of at 431 Time l0el rlnlei 21 25 i 48 41 15 115 45 45Swift 4o 4oSwit 45Swift
Swift Swit out place and show Stanhope 5 place 2 show Pallas 52 52Winner 52Vlnner 52Winner
Winner ch m by b Handspring HandsprngPhantom HandspringPhantom Phantom Belle Bele Trained by H Marshall MarshallScratched MarshallSratchl1Dorothy MarshallScratchedDorothy
Scratched Sratchl1Dorothy ScratchedDorothy Dorothy Ann Tim Hurst Hurst Mabel abel Hollander Sir John Liberto LibertoStart Librto LibrtoStart LibertoStart
Start good Won in a gallop galop Second and third easily easilyA
A gift for Jane Swift SwIf who whl walked around Stanhope Stanhop an easy second seconl Pallas Pallasjust Pallasjust Pallasjust
just lasted long enough to beat Surety out of show Balance ran backwardly DuckwardlyC
5 C 3 31 O 7 f f SIXTH RACE RACESI RACESi Six furlongs Selling Selng Se1Iln Threeyearolds Threeyerolds and an d upward Value ValueI
OO I I I to first 150 150At 15 150md
Ind Horse WI S I Str Fin Jockey Ope C Cf CI CIi4
f i4 le No luarter Quarter I S 11 114 1 Ih 1 14 lII 113 13 E Smith 4 5 5i17
i17 5317 Furnace 3 112 5 21 21 2134 1 21 Singleton 2 2
496 Altenberg 3 112 3 51 45 45 41 42 3 WIson Wilson 6 6
515 5315 Bardonla 4 114 2 31 3h 3h 3h 4 45 Shriner 2 4
54 34 Swagerlator 4 114 4 4 45 5lf 52w 53 5h 5h ChrIste Christie 4 4
4 4930 Col Col Whit White a 1i 117 6 62 62 6 62 6lf 62 Cotton 15 4 40
491 4912 Contribution 4 14 114 7 i3 7 7 79 78 3 Murphy S
52 5312 Sir Carter a 11 114 8 8 8 8 8 Johnson 1 12 0 60 60At
At post minute Off at 456 45 Time Tlmo TimO4 24 25 5 49 9 25 115 115Quarter 115 115Quarter
Quarter Quartr 2 place 45 show Furnace 35 place out show Altenberg 65 show showWinner showTlnner showWinner
Winner b g by Viking VikingSweet Sweet Danger Trained by O F Humes HumesScratched HumesScratcheEtel HumesScratchedEthel
Scratched ScratcheEtel ScratchedEthel Ethel Day DayStart DayStart DayStart
Start good Won easily easiy Second same Third driving
No Quarter had his speed today and made his field feld dizzy chasing him Fur Furnace Furnace Furnace ¬
nace the goods but failed faied to deliver delver Altenberg ran well wel Bardonla a bad one oneSwagerlator oneSwagerlator
Swagerlator ran a very bad race showing none of his accustomed accustomld speed
MONTE AITEll ATTftTHE IHE LOSER LOSERlos
los Angeles Ageles Newspapers Give the theBantamweight theatmweight theBantamweight
Bantamweight atmweight to Webster WebsterLos Championship Championshipto Chmpion hp hpto
Los Angeles Angele Oct 12 1Te 12The The tenround tenroundfight tenroundfIght tenroundfight
fight between Monte Attell Attel champion championbantamweight championbantamweIght championbantamweight
bantamweight bantamweIght and Danny Webster hero herotonight herotonight heretonight
tonight went the limit The decision decisionwhich decisionwhich decisionwhich
which by agreement agteement between the fighters fighterswas
was left lcr to the morning newspapers of ofthe otthe ofthe
newspaprs
the city went to Webster No decision decisionwas
was permitted from the ring ringThe rIngThe ringThe
The fight was a fast one but both men menapparently menapparenty menapparently
apparently apparenty were in good goO condition condion at the theend theend theend
end of the tenth round The Herald gave gavethe gavethe gavethe
the fight to Attell Atel and the Examiner Exminer and andTimes nndTimes andTimes
Times gave gve It to Webster WebsterThis WebsterThis VebsterThis
This makes Webster the champion ban bantamweight bantamweight bantamweight ¬
tamweight of the world and wins for him himthe himthe himthe
the championship belt put up by Tom TomMcCarey TomMcCarey TomMcCarey
McCarey McCareyAttell McCareyAleU McCareyAttell
Attell AleU found difficulty difculy In solving Web Websters Websters Websters ¬
sters defense but had the advantage In Inthe Inthe inthe
the infighting Infghtng cutting cuttng Websters left eye eyeearly eeearly eyeearly
early in the fight and reopening the thowound thewound thewound
wound in nearly every round In the theninth thenInth theninth
ninth round Websters Websters face was a mass massof mals malsof massof
of blood bloodWebster bloodWtbster bloodWebster
Webster Wtbster landed right and left lef swings swingsto
to Attells Atels face and body repeatedly and andseemed andseemed andseemed
seemed to o have the champion in distress distressearlv distressearly distressearly
early In the tenth ten h round from fom two lefts leftsto lefs lefsto
to the jaw but Attell Attel rallied raled quickly and andboth andboth andboth
both were fichtinir fI2htln stronclv at the finish
u un un
MAYBRAY MA YBRA Y SWINDLERS GO GOTO GOTO GOTO
TO IOWA FOR TRIAL TRIALSeattle TRIALSette
Seattle Sette Wash Oct 12 1Bert 12Bert Bert Shores Shoresalias ShoresaUas Shoresalias
alias Bert Warner the middleweight middleweightwrestler middleweightwrester middieweightwrestler
wrestler wrester and Winn rlnn S Harris of Spokane Spokaneindicted SpokaneIndicted Spokaneindicted
indicted in the southern district of Iowa Iowafor Iowafor Iowafor
for having used the United Unied States Sttes mails mailsto
to defraud in connection connecton with the May
bray gang of wrestling swindlers were wereordered wereordere wereordered
ordered ordere today to be taken to Iowa for fortrial fortrIa fortrial
trial and the United States Sttes marshal will willsend wI willsend
send snd them east at onc oncaJoe oncJoe oncJoe
Joe Carroll Carrol alias alas Ole Oe Marsh formerly formerlymanager formerlymanager formerlymanager
manager of Dr B F Roller Roler and Frank FrankGotch Fak FakGotch FrankGotch
Gotch and arrested with wth Shores and andHarris andHarris andHarris
Harris had already given bonds to ap appear appear ¬
pear in Council Bluffs Dec 7 for trial
CAPTAIN COY WAKES WAKESCHANGES M4KESCHANGES MIKESCHANGES
CHANGES IN YALE LINE LINENew LNE LNENew
New Haven Conn Oct 12 12Captaln 12CaptalnTed Captain CaptainTed
Ted Coy yesterday esterdav made the most sweep sweeping 8weepIng sweeping ¬
ing change in the playing order since sincethe sincethe sincethe
the season began Center Hyde was re removed removed removed ¬
moved tp the second scond team Guard Cooney Cooneywas
was given the snap back position Lllley Lllleywas Liey Lieywa
was wa sent gven from right tackle tckle to right guard guardIn
In Cooneys place and Ham Andrus Andruswho Andrs Andrswho Andruswho
who returned from Alaska a a month late latewas latewa latewas
was wa Installed Instaled In right tackle He for formerly formerly ¬
merly played guard
BALL PLAYER KILLED KILLEDWHILE KILLEDWHILE KILLEDWHILE
WHILE DUCK HUNTING HUNTINGOshkosh
Oshkosh Wis Oct 12 12Thomas Thomas Coates Coatesof
of Omro Omr left < > ft fielder felder on the Oshkosh team teamthis teamthis teamthis
this season Jeaon and Ind drafted drafcd by b the Philadel Philadelphia Phiadel Phiadelphia Philadelphia ¬
phia phia American league leage team for next sea season season season ¬
son was killed kied yesterday in the Spring
brook marsh by the accidental accIdentl discharge dischargeof
of his shotgun shotgn while whie hunting huntng Coates and anda
a friend were out in a skiff skir after aftr ducks
Coates Cates drew his gun gn toward him and the theweapon thewepon theweapon
weapon was discharged the shot
wepon pene penetrating penetrting penstraUng ¬
trating trting one of the eyes
COLD AT CHICAGO CHICAGOChicago CHICAGOChicgo CHICAGOChicago
Chicago Chicgo Oct 12 NationalAmerican 12Nat 12NatiOnalAmericangame NationalAmericangame nalAmerlcn nalAmerlcngame
game postponed cold weather weathern
n
MONTANA MINERS WIRE WIRECANCELLATION WIRECANCELLATION WIRECANCELLATION
CANCELLATION OF GAME GAMEThe
The football fotbal game gme between the Uni University University Unversity ¬
versity of Utah eleven elEven and the Butte ButteMiners ButteMiner ButteMiners
Miners Miner scheduled schedule for the coming Satur Saturday Saturday Saturday ¬
day was called caled off by b the Butte Bute team teamTuesday teamTueday teamTuesday I
Tuesday Tueday afternoon The reason Is not notknown notknown notknown
known Coach Joe Maddock received a atelegram atelegram atelegram
telegram from the manager of the team teamwhich teamwhich teamwhich
which stated Will VI be unable to come comeDetails comeDetais comeDetails
Details Detais wI will H1 follow Coach Maddock Maddockstated Maddockstated Maddockstated
stated Tuesday night that he knew kew of ofno ofno ofno
no other reason for calling calng off the game gameother gameother gameother
other than tha that the Butte Bute school was un unable unable unable ¬
able to set et into condition conditionAs condiion condiionAs
As soon as the word was received rceived Coach CoachMaddock CoacbMaddock CoachMaddock
Maddock and Manager Managr Robinson opened openedtelegraph openedtelegraph openedtelegraph
telegraph communications communicatons with the Uni University University Unversity ¬
versity of Montana Montna to fill rl the date The TheFort TheFort TheFort
Fort Douglas soldiers were first given a achance achanc achance
chance chanc at the date but as they are train training trainIng trainlag ¬
ing for Oct 30 3 they would not accept the theearlier theearlier theearlier
earlier date
WILL SHIP FRY FRYStreams FRYStreams FRYStreams
Streams In Tooele and Summit Coun Counties Counties Counties ¬
ties Being Stocked StockedFred StockedFre StockedFred
Fred Fre W Y Chambers state fish and game gamecommissioner gamecommissioner
gme gmecommissioner
commissioner is preparing preparng to make ship shipments shipment shipinents ¬
ments ment of native nate trout fry to Tooele and andSummit andSummit i
Summit counties countes about 3o000 30 going to tothe tothe tothe
the first mentioned mentoned district and 12owO 12O to tovarious tovarious tovarious
various points point in Summit county
A report was received by the state com commissioner commissioner cornmissioner ¬
missioner on the progress of work on the thenew therew therew
new rew Utah county hatchery to the tre effect effectthat effectthat effectthat
that the work is progressing progessIng favorably favorablyand
and It I Is expected expted that the building buiding will willbe wl
be b turned over to the state bureau by
Dec 1
Y M C A WOMENS CLASS CLASSThe CLASSThe CLASSThe
The ladles gymnasium sIum class of the Y
M 1 C A which gn has again organized for forthis forthis forthis
this year yer has reported 135 13 members The
first firt class will wi be held Wednesday even
Ing at 630 63 p m at which time tme the en entire entre entire ¬
tire tre body will wl meet met but it is hoped to
divide the class into two sections sectons meet meetIng meetIng meetlog
Ing Wednesday Vedn day evening at 630 63 and Fri Fr ¬
day mornings at 9 oclock The classes classeswill classeswi classeswill
will Gingrich wi be in charge of Physical Director
FOOTBALL GAME SATURDAY SATURDAYSpecial SATURDAYSpecial SATURDAYSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanPark HeroldRepublcan HeroldRepublcanPark
Park City Ciy Oct Ot 12 12The The Fifth Fifh East foot football footbaU footbali ¬
ball team of Salt Lake will wi play the thelocal thelocal thelocal
local High school 5c001 team Saturday at City Citypark Citypark Citypark
park The local team has been practic practicing prctic prcticIng practicing ¬
ing faithfully faihfuly Captain Charles Hartwell Hartwellof
of last years team will wi play in Satur Saturdays Saturdays Saturdays ¬
days game
ENGLISH ENGLSH RACE RESULTS RESULTSNewmarket RESULTSNewmarket RESULTSNewmarket
Newmarket Newmarket England Oct 12 1The 1TheClearwel 12The 12TheClearweli The TheClearwell
Clearwell Clearwel stakes of 30 Z sovereigns sovereIgs each eachwith eachwih eachwith
with wih 300 3 sovereigns sovereigs added for twoyear twoyearolds
olds five fve furlongs urlong 134 yards was won wontoday wontoday wontoday
today by Jrenback 3r pnback H P Whitneys WhitneysNew Whlnes WhlnesNev
New Nev Castle Ca8t II I was third August Augst Bel Belmonts Belmonts Dclmonts
monts Hasty Pudding also ran ranThe ranThe ranThe
The Arlington Alington plate of SCO sovereigns sovereignsfor soerelgs soerelgsfor
for twoyearolds six furlongs was won wonby wonby wonby
by H P Whitneys 1hlne s Sallie Sale of Navarrp Navarrpcolt Navare Navarecl Navarrecolt
colt cl August Belmonts Blmonts Merry Mer Task ran ranunplaced ranunplaced ranunplaced
unplaced unplacedNewmarket unplacedNevarkct unplacedNewmarkot
Newmarket Nevarkct England Oct 12 1The 12The The Suf Suffolk Suffolk Suffolk
folk Nursery plate of 800 8 sovereigns sovereigs for fortwoyearolds fortwoyearlds fortwoycarolds
twoyearolds distance distnc five furlongs was waswon waswon
won by Phontime H P Whitneys Whlneys Art Artless Artless Artless
less was second and Mignonne lIgonne third thirdTwentyone thirdTwentyone thirdTwentyone
Twentyone horses started
DIXIE KID WINS WINSMemphis WINS1lemphls WINSMemphis
Memphis 1lemphls Tenn Oct 12 12The The undefeat undefeated
ed career creer of Eugene Sims of Sycamore SycamoreIII SycamoreII
III II came to an end last night In the third thirdround thirdround thirdround
round of his bout with the Dixie Kid A Aleft Aleft Aleft
left hook hok to the Jaw knocked him out
JAMAICA TRACK TRACKGETSJIS TRACKGHS TRACKGETS
GETSJIS GETS IS ITS TURN TURNRaid
Raid by Police Polce Gathers in Well WeilKnown Wel WellKnown I
Known Race RacePlayers RacePlayers RacePlayers
Players PlayersNew
New York Oct 12 12A A fresh chapter chapterIn
In n Governor Hughes antirace antrace track gam gambling gamblng gamhung ¬
hung crusade which resulted resuled recently in inndictments InIndictments inIndictments
blng Indictments against the Brooklyn Jockey Jockeyclub Jockeyclub Jockeyclub
club and the agalnst Coney Island Jockey club clubresulted clubresuled clubresulted
resulted today in twelve arrests at the theJamaica theJaaica theJamaica
Jamaica resuled Jaaica track track The police polc went to the thebetting thebetting thebetting
betting ring and gathered In a dozen dozenmen dozenmen dozenmen
men several of them bookmakers widely widelycnown widelyknown widelyknown
known knownThe knownThe cnown cnownThe
The raid was as unexpected as it was wasspectacular wasspectacular wasspectacular
spectacular Just after the second race racethe racethe racethe
the mounted policemen polcemen galloped galoped to the theentrance theentrance theentrance
entrance of the ring and blocked all al exit exitThe ext extThe exitThe
The detectives and plain clothes police policemen polce polcemen policemen ¬
men hurried Into the ring and began to tosearch tosearh tosearch
search searh for evidence evidenceThere evIdenceThere evidenceThere
There were probably 2000 people pople in the thering therIng thering
ring at the time timeThe timeThe timeThe
The men arrested arreted were William VIl am Galla Gallagher GaJa GaJagher Gallagher ¬
gher Brooklyn William Vllam McDermott lIDermott New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York Joseph Quinn Buffalo Patrick PatrickMcllahon Patrck PatrcklIc PatrickMcMahon
McMahon Iahon Red McMahon lcMahon Buffalo BuffaloFloyd Bufalo BufaloFoyd BuffaloFloyd
Floyd lIc Rogers and Thomas J J Shaw ShawBrooklyn ShawBrooklyn ShawBrooklyn
Brooklyn and George Redman Charles CharlesCohen CharlesCohen CharlesCohen
Cohen George Rose John Collins Colns Wil Wiliam VI Vil11am
York iam lam Atkinson and William Vllam Snow of New NewYork NewYork NewYork
HOME RUN BY SPEAKER SPEAKERWINS SPEAKERWINS SPEAKERWiNS
WINS GAME GAMEFOR FOR RED SOX SOXBoston SOXBoton SOXBoston
Boston Boton Oct Oct12Speaker 12 1 Speaker Bostons Bostonsspeedy Bostonsspedy Bostonsspeedy
speedy centerielder cnterlelder won the third game gameof
of spedy the New YorkBoston postseason postseasonseries potseasonseries pastseasonseries
series today when he smashed a liner lner to toright toright toright
right field In the ninth inning and scored scoreda
feld
a home run The locals led the visitors visitorsfor vIsior
for eight innings hitting Ames so freely freelyhe frely frelyhe
he was taken out in the eighth to allow allowMyers alow alowMyers allowMyers
Myers to bat Score R H E EBoston EBoston EBoston
Boston 5 12 1 2 2New 2Nev 2New
New York 4 7 7BatterieHal 3 3Batteries 3BatteriesHall
Batteries BatterieHal BatteriesHall Hall and Carrigan Ames AmesCrandall AmesCrandaU AmesCrandall
Crandall and Schlel SchlelBases Schiel SchleiBases
Bases Bass on balls baJsOtr ballsOff Off Ames Ame 2 off Hall Hal 5 5Struck 5Strck 5Struck
Struck Strck out outBy By Hall Hal 5 by Ames Ame 6 by byCrandall b bCrandal byCrandall
Crandall Crandal 2 2Home 2Home 2Home
Home run runSpaker runSpeaker runSpeakerUmpiresConnolly Speaker SpeakerUmpires
Umpires UmpiresConnolly Connolly and Rigler
STARS TRIM LITTLE LITLE GIANTS GIANTSThe GIANTSTe
The Te Stars defeated the Little Litte Giants Gants yes yeseiday yesterday yesterday
terday in a close game gme by a score sre of 6 6o 6to 6to
to o 0 Harris made a touchdown in the first firstlalf firsthalf firsthalf
half and Warner kicked the goal Line LlneU Llne3tars Lineup Lineup
U up
Stars Little Litle Giants GiantsPeterson Gants GantsBennett GiantsPotersnnLE
PotersnnLE Peterson LE Bennett BennettMcCallop Bennettllors BennettMcCallopLT
McCallop McCallopLT LT Morris MorrisSimms llors llorsSImms MorrisCarpenter
Simms LG Carpenter Carpenter2as CarpenterCasy
Casy 2as y CCole Cole Rasmussen RasmussenLevler Ramussen RamussenJohnson
Levler RG Johnson JohnsonCarroll JohnsonCarrol JohnsonHassey
Carrol Carroll RT R T Hassey
Olsen RE REDer Dyer Bayner BaynerBrinkley Bayer BayerBrnkley BaynerBurrell
Brnkley Brinkley QB Burrell BurrellHarris Burrl BurrellHarrisL1t
HarrisL1t Harris LH B Dargan DarganWarner DarganVarner DarganWarnerRHB
Warner WarnerRHB RHB Moore MooreMonahan 1loore MooreMonahanF13
Monahan MonahanF13 FB Lunday
ALL HALLOWS FOOTBALL FOOTBALLAll FOOTBALLAl
All Al Hallows Halows college collge football footbl candidates candidatesare
are working hard for the high school schoolchampionship schoolchampionship schoolchampionship
championship game Saturday at Ogden Ogdenwith OgdenwIth Ogdenwith
with Ogden high school school With an ab absence absence absence ¬
sence of heavy heav men the team tem this fall fallwill tal fallwill
will wi depend on speed spe and open play to tomake tomake tomake
make its Is ground gound The college cllge always turns turnsout turnsout turnsout
out a fighting spirit spIrt and hard playing playingeleven plaIngeleven playingeleven
eleven and is always a contender
Y M C A GYMNASIUM GYMNASIUMCLASSES GYMNASIUMCLASSES GYMNASIUMCLASSESSTART
CLASSES CLASSESSTART START SEASON SEASONThe
The gymnasium classes clas5s of the Y M C CA CA CA
A are now well we under way and from the thenumber thenumber thenumber
number of members membrs and enthusiasm enthusiasmshown enthusiasmshown enthusiasmshown
shown a I lively 1ely year of Indoor sport sprt is isassured IsaS6urd isassured
assured aS6urd The senior class clas has entered enteredInto enteredInto enteredInto
Into team competition competton the th events Includ Including IncludIng including ¬
ing basketball baketbal running and other indoor indoorevents Indoorevent indoorevents
events eventsPhysical event eventsPhysical
Physical Director Oscar B Gingrich GngIch has hasorganized hasorganized hasorganized
organized the senior class leaders leders the themen themen themen
men eligible eligble to receive special spcial advantages advantagesaiding advantagesaidIng advantagesaiding
aiding them in their work
PLAYERS FINED FINEDDetroit FINEDDetroit FINEDDetroit
Detroit Detroit Mich 1lch Oct 12 Chairman 12hnrman Herr Herrmann Herrmann Herrmann ¬
mann of the national natonal commission an announced announced announced ¬
nounced last night that Manager Clarke ClarkeLeach ClarkeLeach ClarkeLeach
Leach and Camnltz of the Pirates PIrtes had hadbeen hadbeen hadbeen
been fined 25 2 each for talking tlking back to toUmpire toUmpire toUmpire
Umpire OLoughlln OLughln yesterday esterdIY These are arethe arethe arethe
the first fIrt fines ever assessed sCd in a worlds worldsseries worldsferies worldsseries
series feries game gaml
I BUENA VISTA NOTES I
Thus far no action acton has been reported reportedby
by the th stewards of the Utah Jockey club clubwith cib cibwIth clubwith
with reference to the disgraceful disgacful race run runy rn rnby runby
by > y Airs Monday And now cornea come Kn Knottier Ilnother enother ¬ I
other form somersault almost If not n1t quite quiteas qu e
as flarrant falant as that of Monday No Quar Quarers Qu Quarters r rters
ters ters ers races rces of yesterday and the day be before before e ¬
fore are just about as much at variance varianceas vrlliC
as the two consecutive consecute exhibitions exhibitons of Airs AirsOn MsOn s
On Monday No Quarter started strted in the thesixfurlong 1e 1eSIxfurlong theSixfurlong
sixfurlong dash In which Airs gave ga sich sicha sth sthI
a I dismal exhibition exhibiton and the Quinlan Qulnlaneck QuinlanPeck QuinlanPeck
Peck eck mare mar was the only one in the field flSldof flldof
of seven that No Quarter Quatr beat horeSwagerlator horeSwagerlator hore homeSwagerlator
Swagerlator finished second in the race raceand r raceand e eand
and had Biskra Bsla the winner driving h bard Mrdat bardat > rd rdat
at the end In yesterdays closing coslng nice niceNo nc niceNo
No Quarter with wih the same se weight weght and andsame sd sdsame andsame
same rider rder as on Monday set st the te puce puceall pliceal paceall
all al the way and won off in exactly eacty the thesame thesame thesame
same timo tme in which Mondays race rac vas vasrun Wasrun as asrun
run beating Swagerlator ten or twelve twelveengths twelvelengths twelvelengths
lengths It I is possible of course that thathe thatthe thatthe
the sudden Improvement Imprvement shown by No NoQuarter NoQuarter NoQuarter
Quarter can be explained on natural naturalgrounds naturalgrounds naturaigrounds
grounds but one thing is pretty prety hard to tounderstand toundedtand tounderstand
understand and that is how the wise wisecontingent w wcontingent wIsecontingent
contingent should know that No Quarter Quarterwould Quar Quarterwould er erwould
would run a bad race one day da and a good goodme gio goodOne
one the next as evidenced by the betting bettingJp bttl g gUP
UP to the temporary temporar shutdown for she sheair wefair thefair
fair the racing racng was a remarkably clean cean and andthe andthe andtile
the standard set in the first two weoks weoksshould weks weksshould weksshould
should be maintained maintainedWith mnlntalnedWih maintainedWith
With Wih the exception extpton of the last race re She Sheacing Theracing he heracng
acing racng yesterday was decidedly formal formalLoglcal forl forlLogIcal formalLogical
LogIcal favorites won four of th the races racesthough rc racesthough
though Balorian who should have hav had hadhe l Ladthe ad adthe
the call in the fifth fih was slighted for forturning torBurning forBurning
Burning Bush BushE
sjs sjsE
E Smith was the star performer among amonghe am amongthe ng ngthe
the riders yesterday He landed three thre of ofhis othIs orhis
his four mounts first firt in their respective respectiveraces respetve respetveraces
races Singleton took a long step toward towardthe toW towardthe rd rdthe
the front for riding honors by putting puttingover ptUng ptUngover
over two winners winnersWildwood winnersWIdwood winnersWildwood
Wildwood WIdwood Bill BI was played for a good goodhing goo goodthing
thing by a select coterie He delivered deliveredbut delvere
but his backers were kept in suspense suspenseuntil susp susperseuntil
until unt the official numbers were vere displayed displayedas dlsplaYas
as the Irwin Brothers gelding La La Chata Cliatawas Chatawas Chatawas
was on the wire with him himDick himDick
1
Dick Williams Vliam has received reehed copies copis of ofhe ofthe ofthe
the stake blanks for the winter meeting
at Jacksonville to begin on Thnk Thnk ThnkIng Thankagtv Thankagtvlag g ging
ing JacnvIl day and continue cntnue begn 110 10 days or O ton tonThe long loqlThe longThe
The stake list lst is the most mot formidable fontab t toffered r roffer roffered
at winter meeting as many 4 4forty 3forty
offered a meetng a mnld
offer forty fort stakes 8 ranging raging in value valu from tr fromto J i ito
r rFlorida
to 5000 000 having been announced annon
Florida 0 Special handicap at on o mil td d da da
Florda Spil value o or ofand t tand
a quarter has a guaranteed val1 t
8 guaranteed garante value of ofAnnouncemnt f J JAnnouncement 3 3Announcement
and the Derby a garante
Announcement an Dry te also als made md that th Il Ilwi w wwill rewill
will Announcemnt be dally daly one ne JW3 J00 purse purs four tor of ofeaeh S4K S4Keach 3 3each
wi each and one J600 orJMO or 600 handicap handcp o a astake astake astake
stake an worth from 1008 10 to JMOp 16000 8 A Ai the tfcestake t thestake
stake and purse offerings for tOte the nj mt meeting meetingwilt < Jta8 Jta8will
ad offeng
pr of I0000O it 1oa 1oalike
will amount to upward JWMJJJttoata JWMJJJttoatalike 0 I Ic
wi like a sure thing that the Jacksonville JakYU JacReonvillemeeting f fmeeting
Jke meeting m ng sr wilt wl b b be the banner bnnr ORB on in i the t his b history A Atory
tory toy of winter winte racing
TODAY AT BUENA VISTA VISTAFirst VISTAFrt VISTAFirst
furlongs First Frt race rac selling sUn twoye twoyeru twoyeroMa roM flv flvfurlongs fve fvefurlonp five fivefurlongs
furlonp 5312 G Money Iony 1100113 Cati Ctrk CatVSke t US US6M4 1
6M4 Biased Biasd niofas 10 1101 219 Jim Bngly D U 1 112
6274 0 MinnMooia 1M 1121 53W U I P P PaHeidta cWU t 1U 1USecond i 112Second
Mlnnlo 1 Ui
upward i0 Second Send race rc six furlongs furlng furlongs53S7 selling smn threeytaroM thre ro and andupward a aMupward
5367 Banthel 104 IU 231 Moncfe Mo M 114 114HK DtI 114s35
5365 5 Chittergs Bnthel Chllerp 109 li 1l HK 53 Inclement IDnt 112 mm 112m
I m Prolific 114 14 325 WaiterS WaU MB
5312 Prolfic Promhus 112 112HIT 1 11 5314 5H AllVfeL AU AUA7 A11VImSal M
1 HIT Sal A A Collins Colns tt w 1 6301 6 Tim Tm Hunt Hun 117 117Third D7Third 117Third
A7 Third race rc selling Blig threey threyero threeyearskis aroM and andupward aD andupward
upward six furlongs
furlonp
SMS 53 Orelto OrelJ OreltoK7 sx 117 Bl 11 St St Joe Jo 114 D4iS
K7 6 Pretenen PretenenS365 lretenn 114 114SMS 14 55 5 5 L Butcup Butcp 114 114Petham D4i 114Cobleskl
iS
S365 Cobleskl 114 Petham 114 114S3
i Coblekl u Peh 1
6371 5 Bardonta Bronl 114 1146X7 11 S3 5 5365 Antara Ant U4 U45X8 U 1143gT
6X7 i Sylvia U 114 11 5X8 f M The Th Mouaer KO 114 114Fourth Do 114Fourth
Fourth race selling threeyearoWa and andupward andupward
Fourh r slng tbreyero a
upward one mile mile2B mie milem
upar 2B 2 Wander 1aner 1681 1 16 Ml J R I River Riv Ml 1
5215 15 Jolter Jole 10JK53K = A Cadtefcen Cal M MMIS
MIS A 1 Arcourt Ar urt K w 101 l 5 A 5I B Trocha Trh TrochaFifth M MFifth I
onehalf onhalf Fifth Ffth race ra furlongs frJnp selling slng all al agea ag four fol and andonehalf a andonehalf
m 7 My Nul Nurse US 11 U 537 L La Cbt Chta U UI
m 2 El Eel 931 5 535 G WOOd o J 124 12459l
5 59l GenQva 10 103 5 5360 Robt Roberta
2 Athgold old 127 m 5w48 PrUdOflt llI
D At 1 5 P1nt
51 51 Chafum Chalum 101 ifi R R Mlt Mitchell U 111 111Wstona
2 Wstona V stone U9 52 G Cutt Cutter m mD 12453l
D 53l F Sone Stone 10 101 101sixth
uward Flxth sixth ward rce race one mie mlie selng selling threyerol threeyearokIs an and anduward
5 5370 Surety 10 109 m Libt LiberIa I
221 1 Lanfa LaniTta 10 10 A p010 Orlflmb Oriflamb 201
24 224 Blden 11 112 I 5101 R Ryal Royal lU
511 53 + 19 S Spondulix nuJx 1 101 I1 Sr Sir John 1 200 200ldl7D
ldl7D 217 D DolR Dollars 114

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