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i 6 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH TUESDAY OCTOBER 191909 19 1909
Whats Wha WhatWhHnSporis All I What the ea Time ia Sports SportsAll or S WORLDS CHAMPIONS OWN HOME CITY TheS TheSporting of Salt ft Authority Authorityof Lake ority
MAJOR LEAGUES LEAGUESSET i iSET
SET HW FEVRECORDS FEVRECORDSPlay RECORDSI RECORDSIPlay
Play Brilliant Ball but the Old OldMarks OldMarks OldMarks
Marks Remain Un Unbroken Unbroken Unbroken ¬
broken brokenNO
NO NOHIT PITCHER SEEN SEENPITCHING SEENPITCHING SEENPITCHING
PITCHING AND BASE RUNNING RUNNINGFEATURES RUNNINGFEATURES RUNNINGFEATURES
FEATURES OF SEASON SEASONWhile SEASONWhIle SEASONWhile
While there were many sensational sensationalgamee sensationalgames sensattonalgames
games and numerous brilliant plays playsmade playamade payamade
made by teams in both major leagues leaguesIn
In the season just ended it Is neverthe nevertheless ¬
less a fact that in only one or two In Instances Instances Instances ¬
stances were records which had been beenestablished beenestlbUtihed beenestab1hhed
established in n previous years equalled equalledGreat equalledGreat equalledGreat
Great pitching terrific batting and fine finebase finebase finebase
base running featured throughout the theseason theseason theseason
season In both the National and Amer American AmerIcan Amerlean ¬
ican leagues but when it came to roe record rooord roeord ¬
ord smashing the players in most cases casesflel casesflel casesfIei
flel short by a small margin marginA
A glance over the work o of the pitch pitchers ¬
ers in both organizations shows that thatnot thatnot thatnot
not a twirler pitched a nohit game gameIn gameIn gameIn
In past seasons e ons there were always one oneor oneor oneor
or two such contests played in either eitherone
one league or the other but the beat beatany beetany bestany
any could do this year was W 8 to let an anopposing anopposing anopposing
opposing team down with one safety safetyOf
Of these there were seventeen all told toldeleven toldleven toldeleven
eleven < In the National and six in the theAmerican theAmerican theAmerican
American Of the eleven times that the thefeat thefeat thefeat
feat was accomplished in the older or organization organization organizatlon ¬
ganization three were by Pirates Cam Cammtz Camnitz Camnitz
nitz turning the trick twice and Willis Willisonce Willisonce VlIllsonce
once Three Chicago pitchers got into intothe Intothe intothe
the onehit class Miner Brown twirling twirlingtwo
two such contests Ames ot New York Yorkdid Yorkdid Yorkdid
did not allow Brooklyn a hit during the thefirst thefirst thefirst
first nine Innings of a thirteenInning thirteenInninggame
game on April 15 No pitcher in the theAmerican theAmerican theAmerican
American league was able to repeat the
performance performanceThe
The record for issuing bases on balls ballsjs
js s held by Eddie Karger the former formerCincinnati formerCincinnati formerCincinnati
Cincinnati pitcher who is now with the theBoston theBoston theBoston
Boston Red Sox Karger walked twelve twelvemen twelvemen twelvemen
men in a game at Boston but strangely strangelyenough strangelyenough strangelyenough
enough the Reds won out Since then thenseveral thenseveral thenseveral
several pitchers have given ten free freepasses freepasses freepasses
passes in the National NationalNo ationalNo
No player was able to equal the roe record reeord roeord ¬
ord made by Clarence Beaumont in ini900
1900 that of getting six hits in a single singlegame singlegame singlegame
game although five hits were made by byix b bix byix
< ix players Eddie Grant of the Phila Philadelphia Philadelphia Philadclphla ¬
delphia Nationals turning the trick tricktwice tricktwice tricktwice
twice Of the four that accomplished accomplishedthe
the feat in the National league two twowere twowere twowere
were Pirates PlrateClarke Clarke and Wagner WagnerThe
The longest game played during the theseason theSfaOn theseason
season was that between Detroit and andWashington andashlngton andWashington
Washington in the American league leaguewhen leaguewhen leaguewhen
when they battled for eighteen innings inningsto
to a 00 score at Detroit In the Na National National Nationai ¬
tional league New York and Boston Bostonwent Bostonwent Bostonwent
went seventeen inninge Innin to a 33 tie tiedarkness tiedarkness tiedarkness
darkness putting an end to proceedings proceedingsThe
The longest game that the Pirates en engaged engaged engaged ¬
gaged in was with Brooklyn at Forbes Forbestield Forbesfield Forbesfield
field on Aug 6 fourteen innings being beingrequired beingrpqulred beingru1red
required before the locals were returned
victors For total bases made in a asingle asingle asingle
single game by one player pla er the record Is Isheld Isheld isheld
held by Hoblltzell the former W U UP UP UP
P athlete who got a total of ten on onfour onfour onfour
four hits off of New York pitchers Ty TyCobb TyCobb TyCobb
Cobb is the American league record recordholder recordhohler recordholder
holder in this respect with one less lessmade lessmade lessmade
made off Washington moundsmen moundsmenThe
The following is a short chronology chronologyof
of the records that were made during duringthe
the campaign of 1909 in the major majorleagues majorleagues majorleagues
leagues leaguesLargest leaguesLargest leaguesLargest
Largest number of strikeouts In Innineinning innineInning innineInning
nineinning game 16 16Nap Nap Rueker RuckerBrooklyn RuekerBrooklyn RuekerBrooklyn
Brooklyn against St Louis July 24 24at 24at 24at
at Brooklyn Brookl n American league Tom TomHughes TomHughes TomHughes
Hughes formerly of Washington 12 12made 12made 12made
made against Cleveland on July Jul 9 9Bases 9Bases 9Bases
Bases on balls nineInning game 12 12Eddie 12Eddie 12Eddie
Eddie Karger formerly of Cincinnati Cincinnatiagainst Cincinnatiagainst Cincinnatiagainst
against Boston May II a 12 12PUyers 12Phyers 12Pliyers
PUyers who have made five hits in inone inone inone
one game gameGrant Grant of Philadelphia Na Nationals Nationals Nationals ¬
tionals April 28 against Brooklyn BrooklynWagner BrooklynWagner BrooklynWagner
Wagner Pittsburg May 3 against Chi Chicago Chicago Chicago ¬
cago Clarke Pittsburg June 11 11against 11against 11against
against Brooklyn Brookl J1 Bransfield Philadel Philadelphia Philadelphia Philadelphia ¬
phia Nationals June 13 against St StLouis StLouis StLouis
Louis Grant Philadelphia Nationals NationalsOct
Oct 2 against New York Hartzell St StLouis StLouis StLouis
Louis Americans Aug 13 against Phil Philadelphia Philadelphia Philadelphia ¬
adelphia Engle New York YorkAmericans YorkAmericansSept Americans AmericansSept AmericansSept
Sept 4 against Boston BostonLargest BstonI BostonLargest
Largest I number of runs scored in inone inone inone
one Inning InningSt St Louis 11 made on May MayZ0
30 against Cincinnati American league leagueNew leagueew leagueNew
New ew York 7 made against Washing Washington Washington ¬
ton April 24 24Triple 24Triple
I Triple play pla unassisted unassistedNeal Neal Ball Ballof Bal1Cleveland Ballof
of Cleveland against Boston July 19 19Highest 19Highest 19Highest
Highest number of runs In ninein nineinning nineinfling ¬
II ning game gameXatlonat National league New ew York
19 against St t Louis Aug 11 Amer American AmerI Amerlean ¬
I lean league Detroit 17 against New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York Aug AugHighest 22 22Highest 22Highest
Highest number of hits in nineinning nineinninggame nineinninggameNational nineinninggameNational
game gameNational National league New York 23 23against 23against 23against
against St Louis Aug 11 American Americanleague Americanleague Americanleague
league Boston 21 against New York YorkJune YorkJune YorkJune
June 23 23Longest 23Longest 23Longest
Longest games of season 5efl60nXatlonal 5efl60nXatlonalleague National Nationalleague
league New York vs Boston July Jul 26
17 innings score 3 to 3 American Americanleague AmedcanI AmerIcanleague
league Detroit vs Washington 18 in innings innings inflings ¬
I nings score 0 to 0 0Total OTotal 0Total
Total bases made in single game gameby gameI gameby
by players plllyersHoblitzeIl Hoblltzell Cincinnati 10 10against 10against 10against
I against New York Aug 23 American Americanleague Americanleague AmerIcanleague
league Ty Cobb Detroit 9 against againstWashington againstYashlngton againstWashington
Washington July 15 15Players 15PlaJers 15Players
Players who have made home runs at atForbes atForbes atForbes
Forbes field fieldIltchell Mitchell Oakes Miller MillerGrant MillerGrant MillerGrant
Grant Abbaticchto Wilson ilson Wagner 2 2Tinker 2Tinker 2Tinker
Tinker Gibson Clarke and Murray MurrayMitchell MurrayMitchell
Mitchell Miller 1 Iller Wagner Tinker and andMurray andMurray
1 Murray were the ones to knock the ball ballover banoyer ballover
over the fence
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And every cnr day except Sunday during durinG hc < tlilrtydny tldrhday fall fal meeting meetinG of ofthe ofI oflime
I the tu Utah Jockey JoclieT Club at atThe utI atBUENAVISTAPARK
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1 on shine First FIrt race tarts nt 2i30 slmrp slmrpADMISSION Ibnrp shnrpADMISSION
ADMISSION 50 CENTS INCLUDING GRAND STAND STANDLadle STAN
Ladle LadleA admitted almltd free to park and grnnilntniul gnD1taml on on Monday Uonda and nnl Friday FridayIlncc Frida Fridalace FridaysIlace
Ilncc lace track pedal leave Union Station Staton 0 S L at 121 1Ir > 1 140 140nnd 110 110nOI 1i40and
and nOI 21K 21r p m Returning leave Buena 1uena VItn Park 4i39 50 5n05 10 TII 8 t and anilC ani aniI
I C r47 547 > 47 Vehicle must gn 0 out West ell Second South street stree to reach rach auto nutoiroblle RutoI automobile
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j THE UTAH JOCKEY CLUB CLUBJOHN
JOHN CONDRON President PresidentW PredentJ
J W RICE Sec See and Treas TreasJOHN Trfas W W FINN Manager ManageI ManageIi ManagerI
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PIRATES RECEIVE ROYAL WEL VELCOME OME
Pittsburg Oct 18 18Plttsburg Pittsburg tonight cel celebrated celebrated eelebrated ¬
ebrated the victory i tor of Its It National league leaguebaseball leagucbaseball leaguebaseball
baseball team In the worlds champion championship championshIp championship ¬
ship series A great parade marched to toForbes toForbes toForbes
Forbes field where the exercises were wereheld wereheld wereheld
held heldMayor
Mayor Magee and other city officials officialsmembers officialsmembers officialsmembers
members of the Plttsburg baseball club cluband cluband cluband
and the Fourteenth and Eighteenth regi regiments reglments regiments ¬
ments of the National Guard of Pennsyl Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Pennsylvania ¬
vania formed the vanguard of the unique uniqueassemblage uniquea88eJllblage uniqueassemblage
assemblage Practically every political politicalclub
club of Allegheny county count was In line as aswas aswas aswas
was also about 100000 citizens citizensOne citizensOne citizensOne
One section tion of the clt city > constituted a di division dlv18lon diYlsion ¬
vision of the parade while the business
men and varied trade unions marched in inanother inanotler
another class classForbes cla claForbes classForbes
Forbes field was taxed to Its capacity capactyMayor capacityMayor capacityMayor
Mayor W V A Magee Congressman James JamesF
F Burke and other prominent citizens citizensof
of the city made addresses addressesThe
The players were presented with checks checksfor
for their share of f the receipts of the sev seven seven seven ¬
en games Each player received over Jl 1 1o 1On
900 o
900On On the train coming over from Detroit Detroittwo Detroittwo Detroittwo
two purses were made up for Babe BabeAdams BabeAdamsone flabeAdamsone
Adams Adamsone one by his teammates and anoth another ¬
er by the fans f ns Adams Is receiving receivingenough rec receivingenough > Ilng Ilngenough
enough homage to turn a heros head but butthe butthe bUtthe
the experience is not hurting him
BUENA VISTA NOTES
F Adams the apprentice jockey is now nowattached noNattached nowattached
attached to the Pasadena stable Captain CaptainHarkett CaptainHackett CaptainHackett
Hackett yesterday transferred the con contract contract contract ¬
tract which he holds on the boy bo to Dick DickWilliams DicklIlia DickWilliams
Williams lIlia The consideration it Is said saidis
is contingent on th 3 success Adams may
have with the Pasadena stable For suf sufficient sufficient siltficlent ¬
ficient reasons Captain Hackett has re recently r rcently recently ¬
cently experienced a change of feeling feelingtoward feelingtoward feelingtoward
toward Adams and decided he did not notcare notcare notcare
care to retain him any longer In his serv service servIce service ¬
ice Captain Hackett secured him a year yearago yearago yearago
ago and became very much attached to tothe tothe tothe
the Apprentice rider rHIer50 so much so in fact factthat factthat tactthat
that when he made out his will last win winter winter winter ¬
ter when dei gerously ill Alams name nameappeared nameappeared nameappeared
appeared in the list of beneficiaries By
his recent re nt actions he has shown to be btwanting bewanting bewanting
wanting in gratitude at least and the theresult theresult theresult
result is he has lost out with a good goodfriend goodfriend goodfriend
friend friendJockey friendJockey friendJockey
Jockey C Henry Hem after more than a amonths amonths amonths
months enforced retirement from the sad saddle saddle saddie ¬
dle made his reappearance in colors yes yesterday yesterday es esterday ¬
terday and signalized 51 nallzed the event by put putting putting putting ¬
ting up a good strong ride on Cobbleskill Cobbleskillin
in the afternoons first race and landing
him winner in a rattling finish with Moss Mossback Mossback OIIB OIIBback ¬
back and Invader With equally QuaIl good goodhandling goodhandling goodhandling
handling the latter would have won the therace th thrace therace
race Henry is certainly certalnl one of the most mostcapable mostcapable mostcapable
capable riders here hereRooney hereRooney hereRooney
Rooney who has shown to be one of the themost themost theroost
most promising little fellows that I has > as d deloped de developed developed <
veloped in the west this season had a anarrow anarrow anarrow
narrow escape from very ycr serious Injury
In yesterdays fourth race It developed
however that the extent of his Injuries Injurieswere
were but bruises Arcourt was responsi responsible re > ponsi ponsible ¬
ble for the accident but Henry up on onthe onthe onthe
the horse while he admitted that fact factwas factwas factwas
was held blameless blam > less by 1J the judges Ar Arcourt Arcourt Arcourt ¬
court was not strtight when the barrier barrierwas barrlcrwas
was sprung and from an outside position positionhe
he shot in toward the rail despite his hisriders hisridrs hisriders
riders effort to ke kep p him out outThe outThe outThe
The public again fared well yesterday yesterdayFour YE5trdMFour ysterdayFour
Four of the winners were virtually post postfavorites postfavorites postfavorites
favorites though Cobbleskill closed at a aslightly alIghtly aslightly
slightly longer price than Mossback and andInvader andIn3der andInvader
Invader in the opening event The beaten beatentavorites beatentavorltes beatentavorites
tavorites were Ravaria and Cadlthon Cadle hon It Itas itas
I as not quite plain why the latter should shouldbe shoUl1lie
be sent to the th post at 4 to 5 while us usgood usgood usgood
good as 2 to 1 was offered against Agree Agreement Agreement Agreement ¬
ment unless on the assumption that the theStar theStar theStar
Star Ruby gelding would not be able to tohandle tohandle tohandle
handle his impost ImlOstThe impostThe
5J 5JThe
The pries makers were away cut ut of ofline ofline ofline
line on the 2yearold race in making makingGood makingGood makingGood
Good Money an S to 5 favorite and quot quoting quotIng quoting ¬
ing May Bride at 3 to 1 Aside from the thefact thefact thefact
fact that he had only recently got out outof outof outof
of the maiden class Good Money Ione had up upan upn upnn
an n impost that might be expected to an anchor anchor anehor ¬
chor him Ma May > Bride en the other hand handnad handi1ad handsad
sad won a number of races from good goodones goodones goodones
ones beating Eel when at her best at atButte atButte atButte
Butte in very fast time and other shifty shiftyvoungsters shiftyyoumsters shiftyyoungsters
youngsters including the muchvaunted muchvauntedMiles
Miles It was not strange under the cir circumstances circumstances circumetances ¬
cumstances that the wise play pIa went to tothe toth tothe
the th daughter of Dr McBride and sent senther senther senther
her to the post equal favorite with Good GoodMonej GoodIoney GoodMoney
Money Rhoss odds receded to 5 to 2
TODAY TODAVATBUENA AT BUENA VISTA VISTAFirst VISTAFirst VISTAFirst
First race five and a half furlongs 3 3vears 3years 3years
years and up upfiiM 588S Furnace 109 1O 533S 53SSII 533SIt 533SIt
It A McCurj lcCur 106 5390 Athgold 114
5248 Prudent Prud nt W4 lI4 SSU Prolific 111 52 52Yellow itm itmY 34LYellow
Yellow Y lIow Foot 108 10 5392 Seasick 111 6397 6397Yolo AS7Yoio 537Yolo
Yolo 106 Arlin 111 5S8J Dredkin 166
15388 5388 Lady Powell P > wtll Ill 53 5396 6 Oriflamb 111
225 Libervale 111 111Second 111Second
Second race one mile selling 3 years yearsand yearsand ears earsand
I and YP5217 up 5217 Lackwarter 102 5877 77 Surety Sur ty
102 5387 Altenlterg 98 9 5389 Contribution Contributon1t12
102 5390 Lucky Mate 99 53S1 Cigarllgbter Cigarlighter1Oi
105 > 5369 Aks Ar Ben 106 l 6 3SM Eudora
102 5384 St Kllaa Kll a 102 l 2 53S7 La Nita ita 96 96sm
5277 Mendon 97 97Third 97Ttird 97Third
Third race five and a half furlongs furlongsselling furlongsselling furlongsselling
selling all ages 81fes5189 5389 Burning Bush 129
1794 Dr Howell Row ll 129 1 5387 King of o Yolo YoloIII
111 5368 53 8 Halton 132 13 539 St Joe 129
5376 Gnova G noa 108 5291 Sliver Grain 105 105Fourth 10 10Fourth 1OFourth
Fourth race six furlongs selling 3 yean yeanand veenand yearzand
and up up48lH 4884 Valencia 100 Gresham Grel ham
114 5382 Lord Nelson lel on 118 3375 3 5 Wan Wandor Wander ao aodtr
dor 113 5398 Salves let 1C9Fifth letFifth 1G9Fifth
Fifth race six and a half furlongs sell selling M1III selling ¬
ing ing3 3 years and up up61 5561 Madellna Mus Musgrove Musgrme Musgrove
II grove 113 3241 1 Dorian Prince 114 5383 5383Banthal 5381llanthal 38 38Banthal
Banthal 111 5582 Force 114 5383 Biskra Bl kra
118 118Sixth Sixth race one nile selling 3 years yearsand yearsand eans eansand
and up5399 Arcourt 107 53ST Little But Buttercup Buttrcup Buttereup ¬
tercup WZ 1 5199 99 Huapala 102 Ie 103fling 53K Rus Rustling Rustling ¬
tling Silk 1C2 5371 No Quarter 107 10
5391 Col White 105 5392 92 Royal River 1 IOZ IOZiiJ8 1ZJgD < C
5387 JgD Rather Royal 107 1
I PAPKE WANTS CHANCE CHANCESan
I San Francisco Oct IS 18A A telegram telegramfrom
1 from Billy Papke received today todlt offering offeringI
I to fight Ketchel on a winnertakeall winnertakeallbasis wlnnertal eal1 eal1baltis
basis and an unlimited side bet is the tltei
i most Interesting aftermath of the John JohnonKetchd JohnsonKetchci
1 sonKetchci M nKetch > < 1 fight of last Saturday SaturdayNegotiations SaturdayNegotiations SaturdayNegotiations
Negotiations are under way for a fight fightH nsht1wtWfCn fightbetween
between H > t een Sam Langford and Tommy TommyBurns Tomm Tommyltrns
Burns Jack Gleason a promoter says
11 1 these two fighters will be brought to together together ¬
gether for a limitedround bout In this thiscity tblscity thisity
1 city ity during the winter season sea on onI
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SEVEN MEN KILLED KILLEDEl
El Dorado Ark Oct IS 1Sevfn Seven em employes emloyes emPloyes ¬
ployes were killed and three other per persons persoas persois ¬
i sons injured b by > the th explosion of a boiler boilerit
it t the plant of the Griffin Sawmill com company company comrnpany ¬
I pany near HI Dorado tonight tonh lt
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FIGHT SAYS CORBE1T CORBE1TNew
New York Oct 18 lBVhen When James J T Jef JefTies JeffrIes Jetfries
frIes arrives here from Europe either eitherThursday eitherThursday eitherThursday
Thursday or Friday he will be prepared preparedto
to o Immediately sign articles for a fight fightKith fightwith fightwith
with Jack Johnson according to James J JCorbett JCorbett JCorbett
Corbett who had a threehour Interview Interviewjlth interviewwith interviewwith
with jlth th the < > champion just before he sailed sailedrom sailedfrom sailedfrom
from rom England and who is quoted in a acablefrram acable acablegram
cablegram cable m received n > here as saying sayingJeffries salngJeffries sayingJeffries
Jeffries will certainly fight tl ht Johnson JohnsonThe JohnsonThe JohnsonThe
The public may ma have believed that he was wasbluffing wasbluftlng wasbluffing
bluffing but it was due to Jeffries hon honest honest lioneat ¬
est desire to see whether or not he could couldfit coulfit couldfit
fit himself for the ring He Is fit now nowand nowand nowand
and will fight I was surpried at his hisappearance hisappearance hisappearance
appearance I havent seen him in such suchgooa suchgood suchgood
good condition for years yearsThe yearsThe yearsThe
The consensus of opinion here Is that thatFeffries thatJefiries thatJeffrles
Feffries vulnerable point will be his wind windwhich windwhich windwhich
which it is feared has not Improved Improvedthrough Improvedthrough improvedthrough
through five years ears of Idleness
PETE ETF SULLIU SULlIV N MfETSJOE MEETSJOE MEETS MEETSJOE
JOE urn urnLocal TONIGHT TONIGHTLoeal
Local fight fans and friends of Pete PeteSullivan PeteSullivan PeteSullivan
Sullivan will await with Interest the re reurns re returns returns
turns urns of the SullivanIndian Jot Gregg Greggfight Greggfight Greggfight
fight at Sacramento tonight The men menwill menwill menwill
will fight at catch weights Sullivan Sullivanweighing Sullivanweighing Sullivanweighing
weighing around 136 with Gregg 140 or orwtter orbetter orbetter
better In his training bouts with Frank FrankMantel FrankMantell FrankManteli
Mantel PC has evidently enlisted many manyof man manof
of the California fans to his side the theacramento theSacramento theSacramento
Sacramento reports telling of plenty of ofSullivan ryfSullivan ofSullivan
Sullivan money in sight Mantell will act actas actas actas
as Petes chl chlf f second and advisor advisorSullivans ahisorSulllvans advisorSullivans
Sullivans friends in Salt Lake are hop hopng
Ing ng for a victory as the start for future futureengagements futureengagements futureengagements
engagements for the popular lightweight lightweighton
on the coast
EXPERTS SAY JOHNSON JOHNSONPLAYED JOHNSONPLAYED JOHNSONPLAYED
PLAYED WITH KETCHEL KETCHELThe
The first reports of Johnsons allowing allowingetchel allowingKetchel allowingKetchel
Ketchel to stay at least ten rounds are arebeginning arebegInning arebeginning
beginning to make their appearance appearanceW
W V W V T Naughton the coast expert says saysJohnson saysJobnson saysJohnson
Johnson just to toyed > ed with his man for ten tenrounds tenrounds tenrounds
rounds Here is Eddie Smiths version versionJohnson versionJohnson ersionJohnson
Johnson played with Ketchel the lion lionas lionas lionas
as a tiger would play with a cub and at atthe atthe atthe
the end it looked as though Johnson saw sawan sawan sawan
an opportunity to pull the white man into intoa
a wild rush and took advantage of it itAll ItAll ItAll
All during the contest It was easy as to tosee tosee tosee
see that Johnson was trying to make makeKetchel makeletchel makeKetchel
Ketchel rush him but Ketchel had been beenwell beenwell beenwell
well schooled and for a long time re reusetl refused refused
fused to nibble at the bait Then came camethe camethe camethe
the supposed knockdown and the first firstwild firstwild firstwild
wild rush Ketchel made proved fatal to tohim tohim tohim
him himSome
Some think that Johnson let the white whiteman whiteman whiteman
man stay ten rounds for the benefit of ofhe ofthe ofthe
the pictures and In this I am inclined inclinedto inclln d dto
to concur The contest proved beyond all allshadow allshadow allshadow
shadow of a doubt that it will take a abig abig abig
big man to beat beatJohnson Johnson and it also alsoiroves alsoproves alsoproves
proves that he is the possessor of a al apunch apunch
punch l > unch when he gets ready to let it out O t
LATONIA RESULTS RESULTSCincinnati RESULTSCincinnati TS TSCincinnati
Cincinnati Oct IS lBThe The feature at La Latonia Latonia Latonla
tonia today was the overwhelming defeat defeatof
of Marbler the 1 to 3 favorite in the thefourth thefourth thefourth
fourth race The event was won by Dar Dargin Dargin Dargin
gin in a driving finish with Many Colors Colorssecond ColorssfCond Colorssecond
second Ormuz Or muz a nO to 1 shot was third thirdA
I
A steady IItid rain caused many scratches scratchesFirst scratchesFirst scratchesFirst
First race six furlongs furlongsSorreltop Sorreltop 11 to
5 won Mrs Irs Sewell 10 to 1 second Mlque MlqueOBrien MiqueOBrien I1queOBrien
OBrien 8 to 1 third Time 11725 11725Second 1172Second 117 24 24Second
Second race mile and seventy yards yardsWarden yardsarden yardsWarden
Warden arden 3 to 5 won Cassowary 9 to 1 1second 1second 1second
second Denver Girl 5 to 2 third Time
14946 14946Third 119 11044Third 45 45Third
Third race five and a half furlongs furlongsMy
My 1 Henry Henl 11 to 2 won Ed G 15 to 1 1second 1second 1second
second Jack finns 10 to 1 third Time
111 111Fourth
Fourth < raca six lx furlongs furlongsDargin Dargm 10 to toI
I won Many Colors 6 to 1 second Or Ormuz Ormuz
muz muz GO O to 1 third Time 11635 11635Fifth 1 11635Fifth 6 3
I Fifth race five and < a half furlongs furlongsHanzaretta furIJngs1lmzaretta furongsJlsnzaretta
Hanzaretta 1lmzaretta M 1 to 1 won Star Venus Yenuso 7 7to
to o 10 second Belle Clem 13 to 5 third thirdTime thirdTIme thirdTime
Time 111 111Sixth 1 11 11Sixth 11Sixth
Sixth race seven furlongs furlongsRight Right Easy Easto
3 to 2 won w n Tom Hay Hayward ward 13 to 5 see second seeond seeond ¬
ond Gypsy King 13 3 to 5 third Time
12845 128 45
JAMAICA RESULTS RESULTSJamaica RESULTSJamaica RESULTSJAmaica
Jamaica N Y Oct 18 18The The poor card cardand cardand cardand
and the threatening th atenlng weather kept the at attendance attendance attendance ¬
tendance down at the Jamaica course to today toPractical today ¬
day dayPractical
Practical proved a big surprise when he hewon hewon hewon
won the Sayville selling stake of 1000First 1000 1000First 1000First
First race five and a half furlongs furlongsShoreham furlongsShoreham furlongsShoreham
Shoreham 7 to 2 won Tempter 4 to 1 1second 1second 1second
second Momus 15 to 1 third Time Time10w
1 10w 10045 10045Second 45 45Seconll 45Second
Second race mile and a sixteenth sixteenthQueen slxteenthQueen sixteenthQueen
Queen Marguerite 1 to 3 won Imitator
5 to 2 second Right Guard 100 to 1 1third 1third 1third
third Time 149 149Third 140Third 149Third
Third race six furlongs furlongflITlnce Prince Impe Imperial Imperial Imperial ¬
rial 9 to 38 l won Martinez 13 to 5 sec second second seeond ¬
ond Brushbroom 8 to 1 third Time
11435 11435Fourtli 1 11435Fourth 14 3a 3aFourth
Fourth race mile and a sixteenth slxteenthPraC slxteenthPraCtical Prac Practical ¬
tical 12 1 to 1 won Mary lal1 Davis 7 to 5 5second 5second 5second
second Dr Holzberg 3 to 2 third Time
148 148Fifth
Fifth race mile and an eighth el hthXetber eighthNethermost hthXetbermOlt Nether Nethermost ¬
most 4 to 1 won Paradise Para lso Queen 41 to 1 1s 1sln 1second
s sln second onJ < 1 Siskin 7 to 1 third Time 15425 15425Sixth 154 15425Sixth 25 25Sixth
Sixth race six furlongs furlongsRock Rockntone tore 12 12to 1 1to 12to
to 1 won Adriuche 5 to 2 second Come Comedienne Comedienne Comedienne ¬
dienne 3 to 1 third Time 114 35
GRIFFIN BESTS ASH ASHCincinnati ASHCincinnati ASHCincinnati
Cincinnati Oct 19 19Blll Billy Griffin was wasgiven wasglen wasgiven
given the decision over Kid Ash at tlv tlvend th thend thend
end of a 10round 1 round bout at the Clifton CliftonAthletic CliftonAthletic CliftonAthletic
Athletic club In this city clt early this morn morning mornt mornIng ¬
ing
t
MLQREPUBLfSAN FORM CHART CHARTSalt I ISalt
Salt Lake Monday Oct IS 1309 1 D09Twentleth Twentieth day Weather clear Trackfast TrackfastP Track fast fastP
P P Pomeroy presiding judge Richard Dw Dwyer > er starter starterFIRST
5396 5 FIRST RACE RACESix Six furlongs selling 4yearolds and upward Value to tofirst tofirst tofirst
first 150 150IIHL 160 11i 11iilH1
uid Horse Wt S I Str Fin Jockey Op Op3h CI CIiJ8ii
5385 Cobbleskill 5 110 6 5h 6h 3h 1h C Henry Henl 3 72 72uid 72538J
6389 Mossback 4 100 1 1 In 11 1 2ns ns Van Dusen Du en enfi300 3 3S 3
6300 Invader G 100 8 S 62 G G2j4 2h h 36 E Smith Smith63i9 3 S
5379 Magnlficio a 110 2 21 1 22 2 41 41Yr 41 FIseher 6 S 1
5373 53 3 M Moblf a 109 3 GB 61 8 G GIf 51 Nelson 10 12 12538fi
53 538fi M Hollander 5 5100 108 4 3 4 6h h f Cotton 6 S 84zy Si391
5391 Elmdale 5 113 II 5 4zy 42 3 71 71 Plckens 4 5
5379 Oriflamb 4 4At 109 7 7Off 72 7 7h 8 8 Wilson 6 6 GTime 6At 6At
At post 1 minute Off at 238 Time 24 4 46 49 2a 2 li 115 43 43Cobbleskill 4iiCobble 45Cobbleskill
Cobbleskill Cobble klll 1 place 12 1 show Mossback 1 place 12 1 show Invader 12 1 show showWinner showinner showWinner
Winner inner ch g by Isklor IsklClrRoxane Roxane Trained by S J Kelley
Start good Won driving Second same Third driving
Cobbleskill had all the luck got clear sailing in stretch and just got up In Intime Intime Intime
time Mossback with a good rider up ran a much improved r race ee from his for former former former ¬
mer efforts Invader off badly came through fast on rail and but for interference interferenceby
by Mosftback in stretch would undoubtedly have won wonCQQ7 wonen1
5391 CQQ7 en1 SECOND RACE RACESix Six furlongs selling 4yearolds 4csr < llds and upward Value Valueto
903 I to first 150 150ind lf 150md IJ IJ1M
ind Horse Wt S 14 Yo S Str Pin Jockoy Op Cl
5374 Orelio 6 112 5 8 4h 11 114 1214 1 Fischer 4 92 9
5391 Chief Desmond 4100 2 1h 1 ly 21 2h h Cotton C C3h 8 8S6
5374 L Buttercup a100 a 100 4 38 31 IC 3h 33 Van Dusen 32 3 S6 S6IB
6388 3 Rose Dalj Dal 4 100 1 4Z 5 42 44 Christie 6 6Wilson I IB IBG3 155U2
53 5U2 J Ravaria 4 100 3 2 2h Ii Ii Wilson Ilson 32 3 G3 G3At G GAt 65At
At post 4 minute Off at 30254 30 302l Time 24 2 35 3 10 11 115 116Orelio 115On 115Orelio
Orelio On > lIo 45 place 13 show Desmond 3 place 1 show Buttercup out show showAVinner sllowInner showWinner
Winner Inner b h by b Emperor of NorfolK NorfolkAtalanta Atatanta II Trained by b C A Baldwin BaldwinScratched BaldwinScratchedBelle BaldwinScratchedBelle
Scratched ScratchedBelle Belle Brady The Mouser Sylvia U UStart UStart UStart
Start good Won easily Second driving Third easily easll easllOrello
Orelio much the th best Laid away a a3 until pacemakers weakened saved ground groundon
on stretch turn came through with a rush and won as he pleased Chief Dos Dosmond Dosmond Doemond
mond ran a good race and had no excuses Little Buttercup ran her race Ra Ravaria Ravaria Rnvarta ¬
varia blew up after running a good half halfTHIRD
5398 5398Ind 5 THIRD RACEFive furlongs selling 2yearolds earolds Value to first SlW SlWInd 150 150md
Ind Hors Wt S U 4 r Str Fin Jockey Op Cl
4966 May Ma Bride 110 1 IH 11 11 IH 11 11 ½ Plilens 3 52
5372 L Panchlta 108 5 2 21 1 22 n 234 2h Thomas 6 5 553it
5386 El Perfecto 105 IO 6 3 34j 4h 31 ½ 31 ½ Mondon 2 3 3S2
5372 Good Money 118 3 41 ½ 3 344 4116 41 Singleton 86 S2 1i2A7Z
6872 Biased 113 7 75J74 5li h 51 514 5 52 58 Fischer 4 72 721G
5J74 Sea Green 110 4 7 61 1 6S 64 C Henry 6 1G iii53t 6
5360 53t Fred Stone 106 IO 2 6 62w 7 7 7 Howard f 100 100At 1GDAt 100At
At post 4 4l4 minutes Off at 331 Time 24 45 49 25 lflg 25 25Bride 25Bride 9 9Bride
Bride 1 place 12 show Panchlta 2 place 45 > show Perfecto 12 12Winner 12Inner 12Winner
Winner Inner ch f by Dr McBride llcBridellodreda Modreda Trained by B Meyer MeyerScratched lIeerScratchedRoberta MeyerScratchedRoberta
Scratched ScratchedRoberta Roberta Chalum ChalumStart ChalumStart ChalumStart
Start good Won on easily easll Second driving Third easily
May Bride a speedy trick went to the front and never left the issue ie ue in doubt doubtLady doubtLady doubtLady
Lady Panchita ran an improved race and had no excuses El Perfecto ran his race race3ood raceGood raceGood
Good Money could not give the weight Biased a false alarm alarmROQQ
ROQQ 5 FOURTH RACE RACEOne One mile selling 3yeatoIds 3 and upward Value to tov tofirst tofirst
v T f J first 5JUv 200 200md OO OOInd
ind Horse Wt S 3 Yo Str Fin Jockey JockeySingleton Op Cl
5369 Agreement 1 117 3 41 32 11 IH 12 12 Singleton SingletonC 32 95 5
5375 53 5 Arcourt 5 112 2 1 IIf 2h 31 3h 2h h C Henry HenryVan 6 12
5375 Cadlchon 6 112 1 22 223 16 11 22 2 21 IYr 1 ½ 32 32ind Van Dusen DusenMondon 1 45
5369 Gretchen G 3 106 4 31 41 41Yr 41 41w 41 415S 45 Mondon MondonJarrett 6 12 1253ti2 1253I
532 53I Huapala a 105 1 6 56 56Wt 5S 58 S 56 53 Jarrett JarrettW 6 6IS 12
4 4943 43 Salpearl 5 112 7 6 6 6 C I 6 W Taylor TaylorRoney IS 40
5382 Priceless Jewel 4112 5 5Unseated Roney 4 I 6 6Cn 6Unseated
Unseated Cn eated rider riderAt riderAt riderAt
At post 2 minutes Off at 345 34 Time Time6 26 25 60 116 141 141Agreement 141Agreement 14LAgreement
Agreement 12 1 place out show Arcourt 4 place 1 show sho Cadichon out show showWinner showVinner showWinner
Winner ch g by Star Ruby RubyHarmony Harmony II Trained by E J Crawford CrawfordScratched CrawfordScrntchedCon CrawfordScratchedContibution
Scratched ScrntchedCon ScratchedContibution Contribution ibutlon Taskmaster Jolter JolterStart JolterStart JolterStart
Start good Won V on easily Second driving Third easily
Agreement a block the best and only onl breezed Arcourt ran a good race Cadi Cadlchon Cadichon Cadiehon ¬
chon stopped badly In a jam on first turn Priceless Jewel bumped into the thefence thefence thefence
fence unseating Rooney RooneyFIFTH
5400 5 Q 0fl FIFTH RACE RACEFive Five and a half furlongs selling 3yearoMs and upward upwardValue upwardYalue upwardai
ai Iii Value to first 3100 3100md 160 160Ind 160Ind
Ind Horse Wt S S536S SIr Fin Jockey Op CI ClS5
536S Balerlan 3 113 1 11 12 ½ 1 12 ½ 11 Jarrett 2 S5
5264 Aunt Aggie 3 113 6 653S3 6 4h 3 2h Howard eo 100
53S3 Jane Swift 4 151 1 2 3 1 3h Ih 3ir 32 Singleton eoi 1 95
5383 Fore 3 los 3 i 41 6 si 5S 4h Gargan 6 7 7ii3II2
5182 Hereafter 5 118 4 23 23 21 610 Cotton 2 24tH 2
4W5 Ericson 5 118 5 5At 51 6 II 6 Murphy 60 1011 1011At 100At
At post 8 minutes Off at 426 4 Time TimeBalerian 5 25 2 4 49 25 i 108 25 254W5 25Balerian 2SBalerian
Balerian 35 place 18 1 show Aggie 30 place 10 show Swift 13 13Winner 13Inner 13Winner
Winner Inner b f by b The Commoner CommonerVal Valerina erina Trained by G Swain SwainScratchedAHvia SwainScratchedAlh11i SwainScratchedAliv1
ScratchedAHvia R A McCurdy McCurdStart
Start good Wdn easily Second driving Third easily easn easnBalerlan
Balerian broke flying outrun Hereafter at once and breezed the balance of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the journey Aunt Aggie ran a surprisingly good race for her and will be hard hardto
to beat in cheaper company Jane Swift ran her race Hereafter outrun all the thewa thewa theway
wa way which always beats him himEAR himA
5408 EAR A fl t SIXTH RACE RACESeven Seven furlongs selling 3yearolds 3 earolds and upward Value ValueUi
GU Ui B 1 to first 150 150Jnd 151I 150md
I Jnd Horse Wt S U i Str Fin Jockey Op Cl Cl2S CI53a
5385 Prometheus 3 120 1 21 213k 1n 1 13 11 14 Slngl Singleton ton 1 25
5391 Gossiper II a 122 1 3 44 31 34 21 1 2h h Van Dusen 2 92
5395 Inclement 3 117 4 3 2h h 2h h 33 334 32 Wilson 3 7
5384 Dorothy Ann 4 119 a 5 52 53 53 42 46 Cotton 10 20 0
5313 Herman Doyle a115 a 115 66 6 6 6 6 52 Ii 52 62Yr Johnson 15 20 J
5383 Judge Shortall 3 117 2 11 21 41 6 6 Mondon I ndon 6 I 10
At post 3 minutes Off at 430 Time 24 85 48 115 16 1SS 25
Prometheus 25 place out show Gossiper II 1 place 25 show Inclement 12 12show 12show 12show
show showWinner
Winner b c by b Prince of MellH MelbourneEncounter > urne Encounter Trained by S A Clopton
Start good Won on in a gallop Second driving Third easily
Prometheus only onl galloped Gossiper II ran her race Inclement did his best bestclosing bestclosing bestclosing
closing strong Judge Shortall blew up
FIRST ROUND FOR GOLF GOLFTITLE GOLFTITLE GOLFTITLE
TITLE IS COMPLETE COMPLETEThe
The Tb first round of the annual golf golfchampionships golfchampionships golfchampionships
championships at the Country club for formen formen formen
men has been completed with the follow following followIng following ¬
ing scores scoresJ S < ores oresJ
J C Taylor won from J L Rawlins Rawlinsup
7 up and 6 to play Grant Hampton won wonfrom wonfrom wonfrom
from Fred Hale 5 up and 4 to play J T TGllmer TGtlmer rGilmer
Gllmer won from George Steiner 2 up and
1 to play pl8 F E McGurrln won from fromFrank fromFrank fromFrank
Frank Judge 2 up and 1 to play W R REllerbeck nEllerbeclt HEilerbeck
Ellerbeck won from E S Armstrong by bydefault bydefault bydefault
default R C Gemmell won from LeRoy LeRoyDinwoodey LeRoyDlnwoodey LeRoyDlnwoodey
Dlnwoodey by b default J L Gilmer won wonfrom wonfrom wonfrom
from W C Baker 7 up and 6 to play playThe playThe playThe
The qualifying rounds for the wom womn womnwill ° n nwill nwill
will be played this week
GRANITE GRAr ITE AND COLLEGIATE COLLEGIATEINSTITUTEIVIEETTODAY GOLLEGIATEINSTITUTE COLLEGIATEINSTITUTEMEET
INSTITUTEIVIEETTODAY INSTITUTEIVIEETTODAYAt INSTITUTE INSTITUTEMEET MEET TODAY TODAYAt
At 4 p in today on the theGranite Granite grounds groundsa
a practice game will wi start between Gran Granite Granie GranIte ¬
ite ie High school fchool and the Collegiate CollegRte insti institute inst Institute ¬
tute After Afer holding All Al Hallows to one onetouchdown onetouchdown onetouchdown
touchdown the Collegiate boys believe believethey beleve belevethey believethey
they have a team Colegate of interscholastic Interscholastc class classWith classItha classWith
With Itha a good showing against Granite GraniteManager Granite1anager GraniteManager
Manager Nvman expects expets to line lne up a I reg regular rg rgular regular ¬
ular schedule shedule The Collegiate Coleglate boys are aretraining aretMlnlng aretraining
training tMlnlng under the direction directon of Coach CoachJohns CoachJohn CoachJohns
Johns eleven Lester Lster Boyer is captain of the theeleven theelevn theeleven
WORLDS SERIES GAMES GAMESDespite GAMESDepite GAMESDespite
Despite Depite the fact that the worlds series seriesis
is now history hlstof the calls still sti como In as asto asto asto
to the th results rults of the games gamesHere gmes gmesHere gamesHere
Here they the are areOct areOct areOct
Oct t IPittsburl Plttsburir > 4 Detroit 1 1Oct 1Oct 1Oct
Oct 9 9Detrolt Detroit 7 Pittsburg 2 2Oct 2 2Oct
Oct 11 Plttsburg lPittsburg 8 Detroit 6 6Oct 6Oct 6Oct
Oct 12 1Detrolt 12Detroit Detroit 5 Pittsburg Pitsburg 0 0Oct OOct 0Oct
Oct 13 Pittsburg 8 Detroit 4 4Oct 4Oct 4Oct
Oct 14 HDetroit Detroit 5 Pittsburg Pitts burg 4 4Oct 4Oct 4Oct
Oct 1C IGPittsburg Pittsburg 8 Detroit 0
INTERCLASS FOOTBALL FOOTBALLTh
Th first game of football of o the Inter Interclass Interclas interclass
class clas series frst will wi be played between betwen th thjuniors thl the thejuniors
juniors and the seniors of the University Universityof
of Utah Oct 21 2 The secoYid slod game be between between between ¬
tween the sophomores and freshmen will willbe willbe
be b played playe on Oct Ot 22 2 and the final fnal game gameof
of the series will wi be played between the thewinners thewinners thewinners
winners on Oct 21
CHAMPION STICKERS OF OFBIG OFBIG OFBIG
BIG LEAGUE SEASONS SEASONSNational SEASONSNational SEASONSNational
National League LeagueYear LeagueYear LeagueYear
Year Player and Club Ave
1876 Barnes Chicago Chicgo 40 401
1877 White hle Boston 3S5
1878 Dalrymple Milwaukee llwaukee 3SO 3 0
1879 Anson Chicago Chicgo 407 40718SO 407isso
18SO Gore Chicago 365
1881 Anson Chicago 393
1882 Brouthers Buffalo 367
1883 Brouthers Buffalo 371 3711SS4 37
1884 ORourke Buffalo 350 3501SSS
1855 Connor New York 371 37
1886 Kelly Kel Chicago 388 3881S87 3S81S87
1S87 Maul Philadelphia Phiadelphia 343
1888 188 Anson Chicago 343
1889 Brouthers Boston i2 i21S90
1890 Luby Lub Chicago Chicgo 342 34
1891 Hamilton Hamiton Boston 33S
1892 Brouthers Brooklyn 335
1893 Stenzel PIttsbure Plbburg 409
1894 Duffy DUf Boston 438
1895 Burkett Burket Cleveland 433 4331S96 43
1896 Burkett Burket Cleveland 413 49
1897 Keeler Baltimore Baltmore 417 47
1898 Keeler Baltimore Baltmore 387
1899 Delehanty Philadelphia Phiadelphia 408
1900 Wagner almer Pittsburg Pltsburg 3S4
1901 Burkett Burket St Louis Luis 382 3S
1902 Beaumont Pittsburg Pltsburg 357
1903 103 Wagner Pittsburg Pltsburg 355
1904 Wagner Pittsburg 353 35
1905 Seymour Symour Cincinnati Cincinnat 377
1906 Wagner fser Pittsburg Pifsburg 339
1907 Wagner Pittsburir PIUsurg 350
1908 Wagner Plttsburg Pttsburg 354
1909 Wagner agner Pittsburg Pltsburg 341 341American 34 341American
American League
1900 Ganzel Kansas City 391
1901 Lajoie Ljoie Philadelphia Phiadelphia 42J 42
1902 Delehanty Washington 376 76
1903 Lajoie Ljoie Cleveland 355
1904 Lajoie Ljoie Cleveland 381
1905 Lajoie Cleveland Ceveland 329 UI
1906 Stone St Louis Luis 35S
1907 Cobb Detroit 350
1908 Cobb Detroit 324
1909 Cobb Detroit 375
PARIS RACES RACESParis RACESParis RACESParis
Paris Oct 18 18ln In the Prix Terrier run runat runat runat
at St Cloud today toda J E Wideners In Indian Indlan Indian ¬
dian Prince Pince finished second secondIn
In the Prix Fourres W K Vanderbilfs VanderbilfsSerpentoau Vanderbis Vanderbisrentnl VanderbiltsSerpentcau
Serpentoau rentnl wac second onl
GREAT AT GAME FOR U OF U U1 U1ITD
WITH ITD GOlOrN GOIDENAT AT DNV OEER OEEROne R ROne
One of the hardest hardelt football footbal battles bttles of ofthe ofthe
the l University Cnlversl of Utah Vths s schedules will wi be beplayed beplayed
played plyed the coming Saturday Sturday on the Union UnionPark UnIonParl UnionIari
Park fk fl field > ld In n Denver with Golden Coach CoachJoe Coah CoahJoe CoachJoe
Joe Maddock considers cnsiders this the biggest biggestgame bgge biggestgame t tgme
game gme of the year Golden has hs Joe Jo Cur Curtis Curt curtis ¬
tis t a R Michigan Michiga teammate of Joe Jo Mad Maddock Maddock ad addock
dock for a coach this year and he uses usesthe ues uesthe usesthe
the sumo sme hurryup method metho of whipping
Ids men Into shape that has hl8 been ben char characteristic chr chracterIstc characteristic ¬
acteristic acterIstc of the Utah team tem since sinc Coach CoachMaddook Coch CochMaddock CoachMeddoek
Maddook took charge of the eleevn eleevnMonday elevn elevnIfna eleevflMonday
Monday Ifna afternoon afternon a number numbr of former formeruniversity toner tonerInlverlty formeruniversity
the thefield thefield thefield
university Inlverlty football footbal stars sts were on
field watching the university univeriy eleven work workout wok wokout workout
out and all stated stted that Utah Cth this tha year yearhas yearhas er erhas
has the fastest and most mot evenly balanced balancedteam balancedteam
team tem in the history of the school shol The Theline Theline
line lne contains a good o supply lupply of beef and andthe andthe andthe
the back bck field feld is well wel proportioned so sothat 1 sothat
that tht it will wi be able to follow poprone out the work workof
of the line lne in making large lag gains xalnl Dur During DurIng During ¬
ing the summer vacation vacaton Coach Coch Maddock Maddockworked Maddockworked Iaddok Iaddokworked
worked out a number numbr of new plays espe especially ep espechilly ¬
chilly cily adapted for a fast aet team In the open opentIe opentyle openstyle
style tIe of play and he hopes hopl to spring sJlng sev several IV IVeral sevcml ¬
eral surprises surrlf8 on th Colorado Colorao team In the thegreat thegret thegroat
great gret game g me Saturday
FAKE WRESTLERS TURNED TURNEDIN TUR JED JEDIN
IN JAIL BY BONDSMEN BONDSMENSeattle
Seattle Seatte Wash WasliOct Oct IS ISJoseph Joseph CarroU CarroUalms Carrol Carrolialias
alms KIIS Ole Marsh and BTt Warner alias aliasBert aliasBert
Bert Brt Shores out on bonds on an indict indictment Indit Inditment indictment ¬
ment returned rturned at Council Couldl Bluffs Ia lacharging Iacharsing Iacharging
charging use us of the mail to dr dffraud defraud fraud were weresurrendered weresurrendered
surrendered srrendered into court I today toay b by > their theirbondsmen theirbonsmen theirbondsmen
bondsmen bonsmen and rearr rearriste rearrstod sted by Deputy DeputyUnited Dputy DputyUnied DeputyUnited
United Unied States Marshal M 1 T McGraw McGrawJIcGraw McGrawMcGraw lcGrawlcGr8w
McGraw has rejeiv rt received lve d advices ad vies from fromUnited fromUnite fromUnited
United Unite States State District Attorney GOBS G of ofOmaha ofOmaha ofOmaha
Omaha stating that the men had been bn in indicted Indlcto Indicted ¬
dicted dlcto by the fedsral led ral grand jury in that thatcity thatcty thatcity
city cty Oct 7 on charges chares similar simiar to the th ones onescontained onfS onfScJtainEd onescontained
contained cJtainEd in the Council Bluffs Bufs Indict Indictment Indictment IndIctment ¬
ment They The were unable to furnish funllh bail bailof ballof bailof
of 10000 100 each and were wer taken tken to jail jailto jil jilto jailto
to await removal to Omaha OmahaThe Omaharhe Omaharhe
rhe Indictments are in connection connecton with withthe wih wihthe withthe
the alleged aleged fake wrestling wreltng schemes ahEmes re recently recnty recently ¬
cently cnty uncovered uncovere b by > the federal feeral grand grandjuries graMjuries grandjuries
juries at Council Counci Bluffs Bufs and Omaha OmahaI OmahaIyman OmahaLyman
I Iyman man Pettit Pettt of Everett Wash Valh who whowas whowas whowas
was on Carrolls Carrols bond told United Cnltd States StatesAttorney Staes StaesAHorn StatesAttorney
Attorney AHorn Todd that he had been b en informed informedthat Informd Informdthat informedthat
that Carroll Carrol and an Warner arrfr were planning planningto
to go to British Britsh ColumbIa and he asked askedthe askedthe
bond the privilege priiege of withdrawing itbdrairg from the thebond thebond thebond
NAVY QUARTERBACK IS ISGIVEN ISGIVEN ISGIVEN
GIVEN HOPE OF RECOVERY RECOVERYAnnapolis RECOVERYAnnpols
Annapolis Annpols Oct 18 18An An Xray examina examination examinaton examination ¬
tion ton was made last night nl ht of Midshipman MidshipmanWilson MidshipmanWilson Idshlpman Idshlpmanlsn
Wilson lsn of Covington Ky quarterback of ofthe otthe ofthe
the Naval academy acdem football footbal team who whowas whowas ho howas
was injured about abut the neck as the result resultof rult rultof
of a a fl flying > ing tackle tackl in the game last lalt Satur Saturday Stur Sturda Saturday ¬
day da While hil no fracture of the bones bnes was wasdiscovered waRdisovered wasdiscovered
discovered disovered the attending physician phYlliean stated statedthat statedthat
that the young ung man was paralyzed prly from fromthe Crm Crmthe fromthe
the neck nek down His brain and speech sph are arenot arenot
not affected affCted The he medical officers offcrs believe believeWilson blev blevVUsn believeWilson
Wilson VUsn is not dangerously dan eruslY hurt and that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the paralysis will wear wer off
BURNS IS WILLING WILLINGf WILLINGSydne WILLINGSydney
+ f Sydney N S W Oct 18 l 18Tommy + f
+ Tommy Burns the Canadian Cadian Cadianhevywel + f
4 heavyweight hevywel ht who was defeated defeate by byJack + f
4 + 4 Jack Johnson in a fight for the theworlds theworlds + f
4 worlds heavyweight championship champlolbip champlolbiphere championshiphere 4
4 here on Dec 26 last announced announce today toa toathat todaythat +
4 that if the American promoters promoter were wtre wtreunble wereusable +
4 unable unble to arrange arran a match betw between betweenJeffries n nJeffries 4
+ Jeffries and Johnson he was will willing 1 + f
4 ing to meet Johnson the winner wnnr to totake totake 4
4 take all of the nurse lHlS < f 4
+ 4 + + + + + + + H + 44 + t + + + tf + + + + + + + +
COAL OPERATOR DIES DIESOakland DIESOakland DIESOakland
Oakland City Clt InJ Oct Ot 18 18David DaI l In Ingle Ingle Ingle ¬
gle one of the best known and wealthiest wealthiestcoal wealhiest wealhiestcl
coal cl operators in Indiana died die at his hishome hishome hishome
home here tonight He was heavih heavi in interested iaterestd isterested ¬
terested leo In gold and n silver Ivpr mines in Mex Mexico Mexice Iexleo ¬
EXCITEMENT IN INPLENTYATRACES I
mm PLENTYATRACES PLENTYATRACESJockey JT JTJockey RACES RACESJockey
Jockey Thrown Under Hoofs Hoofsbut Hoofsbut Hoofsbut
but Escapes Injury InjurylOa InjurylOato TOO TOOto
to 1 Shot Places PlacesWith PlacesWih
With Wih the te first tnt exciting udtq accident aet which whichluckily whih whihlukUy whichluckily
luckily lukUy caused cau no D serious Injury Iju and aD wlta wltaa lt1 lt1a
a 100 If to t 1 shot so cmn coming in I second to de delight deJlt delight ¬
light Jlt the long 10D shot ah players in I the th stand standthe standthe d dth
the th card cr yesterday yer y pn at Buena Bun Vista V hal halmany ha 1 1many Imany
many features featuresThe fetur featuresThe
The Th accident acent came ce just after alr the t start startof startof
of the fourth fourh race re at one oe mile mie C Henry Henryappearing Henryppring v vappearing
appearing ppring in the tb saddle sdle for the first das dasafter da daate doafter
after ate his suspension aWplon at Ogden Oden wag wal up on onthe onthe on onthe
the big horse hor Arcourt Arourt When the barrio brhl brhlfew barnflew r rflew
flew few Arcourt Arur cut into the rail rai from frm his hisposition hispiton hsposition
position piton on the outside outie and an before bfore a six sixteenth sixtenth sixteenth ¬
teenth tenth had b been bn covered cvr a jam jm result lul reeultwhich 4 4which
which unseated Ulted little lit Rooney up on Price Priceless Prlcl Pricelees < ¬
less Jewel Jewel The crowd wd gasped aa a the boyWI boywas boy boywas
WI was seen sn to t > fall fal under uner the gap mass m of tramp tramping trampIn tramplag ¬
lag In hoofs hofs As the field fld swept on o Room Roomlay Ron Ronlay Roonvlay
lay in a a heap without wthout signs Bns of life lfe 11 11was Hwa > i iwas
was wa carried carrie to the association ulaton offi offiwhere oUkwhere offiwhere <
where he soon Bn was OI brought to howet howetand howeyand howsand <
and bone boneAs boneaAs an examination examinato showed no n bbokt11 bbokt11bonea bbrok n nbone i ibones
As the announcement announcment was chalked chlke Uj Ujthat up upthat inithat
that the te boy by was unhurt unhur applause applul wm wmgeneral wageneral 1
general geeral Henry claimed caime that tt he did hi lila hl3bft lilabeSt a abeat
beat bft to pull pul Arcourt Areour straight tralht and to Ke Ke keefrom Kefrom < > >
from fom crowding the others other against apint the rail railbut rai railbut
but that n < was unable unabe to do so soAgreement a soAgreement
Agreement just pinched pnehe out to the th front frontof front frontof
of the jam jm and von on all al the way Arcourt Arcourtplacing Arolrt Arolrtpacng Areountplacing
placing ahead of Cjulichon the favorit favoritThe favorltTe favoritThe
The Te pacng riderless ridrlel hor horo horse staid stid with 11th the fie fe feto fied fiedtothe d dto
to tothe the finish nnlh of the race rce and ad then tru truto truto truto
to lone lone habit babi turned tur d and ad stopped at th thjdges thi thijudges J Jjudges
judges jdges stand hem h 1 performance opp duplicat duplicating duplcat duplcatIng ¬
ing that of Esther Ether prormnct M last spring with withthe wih wihthe withthe
the exception excepton that Priceless Pceleu Jewel did not notrun notrun notrun
run to win wn the race raceAunt rc raceAunt
Aunt Aggie Agie was wla the long shot in th thmoney thmey thmoney < >
money Opening Oning at 80 8 to 1 the light lnt play plaisent plays playsent
sent s nt her to the post at MO and not a f fwomen fwoen fwomen
o
women woen In the stand stnd p liked lke the odds ods an anl anlplayed aintplayed I Iplayed
played her hr across acro the th board br Balerian Balerianthe Bleian Bleianthe
the favorite got away to the front font and andwon an1won anilwon
won handily handiy Aunt Aggie Age off of in the te ba bael baet baetof < tt ttof
of the th field mov moved d up strorg and turn turning turninIn turningin in inin
in close co along th the < rail l lasted la te to pla plaahead piaah plaahead < >
ahead ah ad of Jane Swift Slt Against Aginst a field fild 01 01a 01a u ua
a little Ute lees 1 class the Sweet Swee Swe mare ma would wouldhave wouldhave wouldhave
have won with her run yesterday
wth yeter
Form for the th day dy got an a even eve break breakwith brak brakwth breakwith
with wth exceptionally exceptionly bard bar g fields felds offered ofer the thetalent thetlent thetalent
talent tlent ail al through throughC throuh throuhHenr
C Henry Henr first trl mount mtult was CobMcfOcill CobMcfOcillin obelkl
in the first Ort race rce and he succeed sc in i nip nipping nipping flIPping ¬
ping Mossback Xonbck at the wire wir winning wntng by bya
a lip lp as a they said saidWith said1jith I
With Fischer Flh r again aain In the saddle dle Orcli Orcliran Ortli Ortlirn Oreliran >
ran rn right back bck to her he last la out and an won woneasier woneaslpr woneasier
easier easlpr than before bfor Chief Chif Diamond D mo aril anlLittle alI1 alI1Lltf arilLittle
Little Lltf Buttercup raced rac It out for fo place placnwith placewith
vortte voriteMay with th Ravaria Ravara a a very vry disappointing dlppnUng fi fivortte fayorte f fvorite
vortteMay yorte
May ay Bride Bde liked lke by the te wise w ones on per performed P1 performed
formed fono a 8 as her past p8 form for predicted pfit In tl tlZyearold th th4yearold thn thn2yearold >
Zyearold race rce and an won w easily esiy ahead of ofa f fa
a good g run rn by Lady Ldy Panchita Pncht Good
Money was ws played pl8Y but bt could culd not n carry er tlo tloweight t tiiweight <
nero weight eht against aginst the pace p set by the th win winner winncr in innero ¬
nerPrometheus neroPrmeteus Prometheus Prmeteus the th 2 to 5 favorite favot in the thalast thi thelast
last race r breezed brze home with wih Gossiper Gpr II IIjust I IIJust
just getting gettng up to beat bat Inclement Inclemt by a ahead
head had for place placeThe placeThe placeThe
one The ladies day crowd was wa a very el large largeone
COAST CHAMPSON ABLE ABLETO ABLETO ABLETO
TO CLING GLNG TO HIS TITLE TITLEPortland TILE TILEPortand TITLEPortland
Portland Portand Or Oct 18 18ohn John Berg Berghghtheasjweight Berglghtheawight Berglightheavyweight
hghtheasjweight lghtheawight wrestling restng champion of ofth orth nfth
th < Pacific PacInI coas coast tonitht tonlJht defeated dtffated Walt WitEans WaltEvans WaltEvans
Evans champion Herhtheayweight lghtheavywl ht of tl t tlsouth j jsouth
south taking th > pcond pn1d ana nn third fai1 fai1The fa faThe faliThe
The first bout lasted lastE C7 Z minutes and en end ende ended I Ied
ed e in victory for E Evan ans The Thp second sond f fwent tt ttwent i I Iwent
went to Berg B rl in in 6 minutes on a toe to hole holeTh holTh ho1Tb
Th la lat = t fM was obtained after fEr 12 1 n mIn mInlt ml mliit 1 1utfs
utfs lt iit on 1 combined bo bo body < 1 > and head l hold il i
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