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THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH TUESDAY NOV 2 1909
Whats All l What the in SportsNO FIGHT UNTIL JULY SAYS
JOHNSON The Sporting Authoi1
J of Salt Lake
T
MILITARY ACADEMY
MOURNS ITS DEAD
Deitti of Cadet Byrne Casts
Gloom Over PointFuneral i
Services Today
West Point N Y Nov IThe military
academy is mourning tOday the IIHHI or
Cadet Eugene A Byrne who died yester
day of Injuries received Saturday Jn the
football game with Harvard
Many telegrams expre8BInr sympathy
and sorrow were received today by
Colonel Hugh L Scott superintendent of
the academy and James A Drne th
dead cadets father who with the young
mans mother will remain with the body
until It Is burled tomorrow with full mil
itary honors In the West Point academy
cfmetpry
It was officially announced today at
the academy that West Point would play
no more football dames this season It Ie
not thought however that Colonel Scott
will advocate the abandonment of the
sport
A post mortem examination on Cadet
Byrnes body showed that the second and
third Ertlvlcal vertebrae had been frac
tured and the respiratory nerves paral
yzed
ColonEl Scott said today that he had
received no official communIcation regard
Ing the football situation lie was em
phatic in declaring he consIdered football
too valuable a sport to lie dropped
Pull the third leier to the right until
I the bell ring Iti n vote for fulon I
antI honed elty InCrnl11cut
Iull the tlllrll leer to the right lIutll
tile bell rlngs It n vote for fusion
und honest city Oerlllllent
I
I
Summons
IX THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
Third Judicial district of the state of
rtah count of Salt Lake Annie L
uttln plaintiff vs Harvey 1 Sutton
defendant Summons The state of
1tal1 to the said defendants
You art hereby summoned to appear
within twenty das after the service
of this summons upon you If served
wIthin the county In which this ac
tion is brought otherwise within thir
t days after service and defend the
above entitled action and in case of
SOUr failure 80 to do judgment will be
rendered against you according to the
demand of the complaint which has
been filed with the clerk of said court
This action IB brought to recover a
Jtldgment dissolving the marriage con
tract heretofore existing between you
and the plaintiff upon the grounds of
dertion and to restore to the plain
tIff 11Er former name that of AnnIe
li IcDaniel
THOMAS F ASHWORTH
Plaintlffs Attorney
P O Address Gf6 Tribune Bldg Salt
Lake City utah I
StatE of Utah County of Salt Lakess
I Margaret Zane ltcber clerk of
the Third judicial district court of the
stall of Ftah in and for the county of I
Halt Lake do hereby certify that the i
foregoing is a full true and correct
CliP of the original complaint and I
summons in the action therein entitled
fired In my office I
Witness my hand and the seal of
laid court at Salt Lake City this 16th
day nf October A D 1909 I
MARGARET ZANE WITCHER 1
Seal Clerk
fly L P Palmer Deputy Clerk I
S u m m 0 fl 5
IX THE D1STRICT COURT OF THE
Third Judicial dlatrtct of the state of Utah
county of Salt Lake P1 PhiUls plain
tiff versus Minnie PhlUls defendant
Summons
The state of Utah 10 the said defendant
You are hereby summoned to appear
within twenty days after the service of
this summons upon you it served withIn
th t cOlmty in which this action Is brought
otiwrwise within thirty days after serv
IP and defend the above entitled action
and m case of your failure so to do Judg
merit will be rendered against you accord
ing to the demand fir the complaint which
bas ben filed with the clerk of said
court This action is brought to recover
a Judgment dissolving the marriage con
tract jor bonds of matrimony heretofore
osting between you and the plaintiff
JOHNSON FOWLER
Plaintiffs Attorneys
P 0 address No 2S South lain street
Salt lake City Utah
S U m m o n S
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
Thirit Judicial district of the state of Utah
ounty of Salt Lake Christian Lelsle
I plaintiff versus There LeiBle defendant
Summons
The state ot Utah to the said defendant
You are herl8Y summoned to appear
within twenty days after the service of
this ummon uoon vnii If served within
th count in which thl action Is brought
othlrwlS8 wlthln thirty days after serv
I and defend the above entitled action
and in case of your failure so to do judg
ment will 00 rendered against you accord
mg to thl > demand of the complaint which
hs been rnd with the clerk of said
court This action Is brought to recover
a judgment dIsolvfng the bonds of maUl
mon heretofori existing between you
and the plaintiffJAMES
JAMES F SMITH
Plaintiffs Attorney
CHRISTIAN IEISL
PlainWlff
P O address 7W South Main street
Sjt I ake City Utah
Assessment No3
SEVEN TRouallS MONARCH MINES
company Prlnllpal place of business
Salt Lake City Utah
Notice Is herey given that at a meet
Ing of the board of directors of the
e en Troughs Monarch lInes com
pany hed on the 19th day of October
1909 an assesamept of onequarter D
cent per share wets levied on the out
standing capital stock of the corpora
tion payable at once to H M Cham
berlain secretary at Walker Brothers
Bankers
Any stock on which the assessment
shall remain mpald on the 22d day of
November 1909 will be delinquent and
advertised for salo at pUblic auction
and unless payment Is made before so
many s1Ulres of each parcel of such
stock a8 may be necessary will be sold
on the 11th day ot December 1909 to
pay the delinquent assessment togeth
er with the cost of advertising and ex
pense of sale
H 11 CHAMBERLAIN Secretary
e Location of office Walker Brothers
Dal1kers Salt Lake City Utah
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k OF CATARRH
I s s S cures Catarrh by removing tl1e cause from the blood It so
thoroughly purifies the circulation that there is nothing loft to inflamo and
irritate the mucous linings of the body which is the most prominent and
dangerous effect of Oatarrh As long as the mucous membranes and
tissues are kept in a state of inflammation and irritation by an impure and
infected condition of the circulation Catarrh will remztin Its disagreeablo
symptoms of ringing noises in the oars mucous dropping back into tho
throat headaches watery eyes difficult breathing and even stomach
disorders and weakened health cannot be permanently rolieved until the
blood is purified Local applications alone can have no real curative value
because such treatment does not reach the blood Sprays inhalations
lotions etc are valuable only for their cleansing and antiseptic effect but
ii depended on alone Catarrh sufferers will find a cure impossible Nothing
equals S S S for curing Oatarrh It goes down into the circulation gets
at the root of the trouble and removes every particle of catarrhal matter
from the blood and enriches this vital fluid so that instead of irritating
the different mucous portions of tho body it nourishes them with rich
healthgiving properties Then the symptoms begin to pass away and
Catarrh is permanently cured Book on Catarrh and any medical advice
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Basket Ball Guide I Uncle Sam
for IDODIDI0 II I
ContainIng rules of the game I ResponsIble Cut Rate
with pictures and records of promi
nent general teams interest also to followers Information of the of I PitWiTBRO1ER
game Now on sale 10c copy
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hOIhLS AN IThbOK1
JPI ThEIIEARTRACES w RACES
LOfANGELLt CAL OGDEN
JLCIXG ASSOCIATION
Commencing Saturday Oct 30 ond
Continuing 13 Days
Six or more highclass races dailY
RACING IlAIX on SHINE
Ladies admitted free Mondays and
Fridays
AdmissiOn 50 cents including
Grand tnllll
Special rate from Salt Lake and
R TES w th return1l0 Oregon Short Line
Train leaves at 10O p m returning
150 RAT Immediately after the races or any
200 traIn the same or fOllowing day
and up This rate is ODon to aU
Open Botting Ring
IIRST CLASS STRICTLY MOD1fR4 V 1 MUILIIAY Gen nnnner
FREE AUTQ JS MT LL TRAIP43
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lu11 the third lever to the vight lIntll
tile ben rings Iis D vote for 11Itllon I
nUll honest city government
Pull the third lever to tho right until
1 the bell rings Its n vote for fusion
null honest cUT government
r f MERAlD REPUBLICAN FORM CHART r
Ogden Nov 1 1900First day Weather clear Track alow A J Blum pre
siding judge W 1 i Murray starter
to
Vrlu
Threeoorolds and up
FIRST RACESix furlorgs Selling
2 i 3 first mL Op CL
i Str Fin Jockoy
Horse Wt S Y l
hid 5216 CardInal Sarto 4 4nk 31 32 Ph NOIEOn 5 6
54ID No Quarter 5 11 23 11 3 E Smith 4
5
3 4111 1l6 Ins 31 ChristIe 14
5456 Swalerlator
1li
15 1
Powers
7 51 ½ 44 44 4
5156 Maud McG
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8G
M36 Jllett 62 65 SYz 51 RGOttSY
2 2h 51 610 615 Ianders 5 6
54sq Valencia
6
7 Fraeh i
7
5391 Arthur Hymnl1 1 7 7
At post 2 mlnue Off at 2 Time 26 4j 64 I 26
Start good Won driving Second and thIrd easily
Sarto place 2 show 1 No Quarter place 4 to 5 show 1 to 2 SW8erlator place
1 to 4 dwned Trained by
Winner br g b3 gieTyrone owned by L C Williams
J W Williamson
ScratchedBurnjng Bush Dutiful Proper
and after No Quarter bad run down Swager
Cardinal Sarto ly I off the pace I
quit
lator came onto win In a mild drive No Quarter ran his race Swngerhttor
when conar Jillett no speed any Part
A SECOND RACEFour furlongs Selling Three years a1d up Value to
2 4 first 115 Cl
lnd Horse Wt S 1 4 AI Str Fin Jockey Op
5 I 7
110 7 23 1 13 PIckens
436 Elmdale 5 i
W 2
31 344 211 Powers
110 I
91M Marvel D II
M 710
5418 M Montrose 4 If1 1 11 11 34 13 Smitll ii ii
t51 1 Rosa Daly 4 1411 2 64 4 4nk Thomas 90 2
206 Nalpa S I 110 4 41 ½ r1 5Uk Nelson
3 4
GI 61 644 nooney
100 8
5437 M08Sback 4
15 15
71 71 CIInsUe
S
alOi 8
3 Happy Chappy a
howard S 10
41 Cbltterllngs 3 lOX Ii 71h 8 S
At post 7 minutes Off at 35 Time 26 Hi 62
good Yon easily Second same Third driving
Start
Elmdale place 2 to 5 show 1 Marvel place 3 to 5 show 1 to 4 Mqiie Iont
rose show out
heatltone Grasecutter
SeratchedWheatatone
Trainer J Coffey
Winner b h by Marills IIlakawa Owner E Forbes
Elmdale much the best followed Mollie to the stretDi swung wide but came
Marvel closed well 101l1e tired in going after setting
on to win as he pleased
nace
a 1 iJ C THIRLJtACESeen furlonss Selling Three rears and up Value to
ZiHJ n t1 1iu CI
cmd 1 SIr Fin Jockey Op
Ind Horse Wt S 1k
31 33 13 IS 14 Nelscn 8i ai
5156 Contribution 4 107 I
540 Lanlta 3 1O 6 5V4 4nk 43 2 26 PharrJd S S
640 1 51 3us Rooney 3 2
5JW Alice Collins 3 103 6 6 a GI
M60 AQuUlne 4 Wi 1 1L 21 21f 214 44 E Smith I 52
217 Friar of Elgin 4 1m 2 2111 1ns 33 H 51 Jarret 10 Jt
0 8
5441 Llborto a 162 7 S 8 S 8 61 Gargan
M3Ii No Rule 3 103 8 7 71 i 72 72 Crvy 10 If
542 Lsttcliew 4 IJj 4 41 H 544 GI 8 Williams 141 15
At pest 2 minutes Off at 3i1 Time 26 Ii 53 15 11 25 137
Start iood Yon pulled up Second easily Third drivIng
Contribution place 1 to 4 how cut anlto place 4 shoW 3 to 2 Collins show
1 to 2
ScratcimedItoyal River Sunrise Colonel White St Kllda
Winner ch m bi LampUghteIContra Owner E Dais Trainer G Devls
Contribution at home In going outclassed this lot Lanlta always well up
was best If the others Collins ran her 1sual honest race Aquiline quit Eight
had speed
FOURTH RACESix furlongs Purse Value to first 11O
236
CI
Horse wt S 4 Str Fin Jockey OP
Ind
4l Jack Paine 4 110 1 3h 21 124 11 S Johnson si i1
2 2h Manders Ii 0
116 4 1ns I
5446 1 Fore 3
35 15
itSl Anna May 5 111 2 42 31 3i3 11 Iunro
M02 Ethel Day a 123 it 5 5 Ii 41w E Smith f 8
52 i2
21 41 Ins Ii Thomas
2 106 3
rt La Dextra
Jarret 3 72
ilK aIrlal1 I < < 119 6
Fell
At pOSt Yt minute Off at 41714 TIme 26 19 53 25 122 25
Start good Won pulled up Second and third driving
Paine place 6 to ii show 2 to 5 Fore place 3 show 1 Anna May show out
el Tmar
SeratchedReo
Winner ch g by CromwellSallie Mac Owner and trainer F D Howard
Jack Paine at borne in the going went to thE front when reedy and won as
he pleased Fore beSt of the others Anna May did her best La Dextra a false
favorite here Balerlan stumbled
Three and up Value to
FIFTH nACEFour furlongs Selling years
237 first 116 Cl
OP
Hors Wt S Str Fin Jockey
Ind
5414 May Worth a 100 3 1ns 11 1 Plekens SS 52
5102 Ortflamb 4 1411 6 53 31 2IYe Wilson 4 5
5400 Dr Howell a lm 4 Z1Ye 11i Corey 4 4
5455 Al Hampton 3 lot 6 41 41 41 Pharris S 1
6455 Athgold 4 111 7 71 51 5us lcCullough 15 2th
5152 Harry StaJhope 316 i 8 61 62 63 Andrews S J2
53i6 My Nurse 3 1ft 1 31 i1 i2 S Johnson 10 8
3 82 53 TaIQr 10 15
4958 Trle Sif 3 101 9
Smith SS 2
M64 Bernardo 4 107 2 S3 9 9
At poet 3 minutes Off at 444 Time 26 3 l6 53 45
Start good Woo driving Second and third same
May Worth place out show out Ortflamb place out show out Howell show
out Wlnher b m by St CroixMidget Owner and trainer C Allard
of Ori
May Worth rushed Into sn early lend anti gamely stood oft challenge
flamb ay Latter ran ar Improved race In going he likes Rowell ran a good race
shut off early showed nothIng
Iy Nurse had some speed Bernardo
and Value to first 115
SIXTH RACEOne mile Three years up
238
indo Horse Wt S 3 Str Fin Jockey OJ Cl
18 110 18 Rooney a2 3
5153 lerllno 6 109 113 13
2 3
5453 Sam Barber 5 111 7 7 3nk 3tI 2nk 21 Otis
4h 43 31 34 Pickens 65 1
Mti AksAri1 3 1 6 fM1
53 61 41f Smith 5 I 4
fil
5441 Tayora 8 111 4 34 51w
5449 Bonton 4 Ill 3 I 244 24 2 43 52 Wilson 4 5
7 6Z 61 Jonneon 10 j6
110 2 6h 7
5394 Iklden a
15 0
Fountain I 11 5 4nk I 6h 7 7 Gsrpn
114 M
At post 1 minute Off at iqj Time 27 it 16 11 29 151 36
and third easily
but Barber Yon galloping Second
for al
Start good
ferl1ngo place I show 1 to 2 Barber place 4 to i show 2 to i AksArBen
show out
ScratchedSp Nloo1lx R Trainer F Rine
Vlnner ch h by Ornament rarle N Owner Hogan
hart others made up much ground
hartGallop for 1fr1igo Barber easIly best or
AksArBt ran ills rui > <
Pull the third lever to the right until
the bell rings Its a Tote for tUllloQ
and honest citY government
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positively cured br
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ICARTEaS They else relieve D1s
tress from yspepEa In
lYTLE digestion and Too Hearty
I Estlng A perfect rem
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GEORGE RUST General Manapr
Utah Idaha Wyoming and NevdL
Offices iD Progress BuUdln Seit Lake
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Siegels furnishings make a touchdown
every time
They reach the goal of perfect style and
nobby effectiveness away in the leadthey
ale winners Place your confidence in them
jjt Their style quality price reasonableness
ijIV ° and furnishing excellence break the ne of
1 cOlnpetitiolltlzey are classy
j In the line are French and outing flannel
I night shirts and pajamasthese cold nippy
tj nights demand them
4W JI
t Night shirts 75c to 250
i Pajamas 150 to 400
i L k4 JUST ARRIVEDA new line of fine Turkish and Eiderdown
+ ff Bath RobesSee them
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UTAH ELEVEN CLEANS UP
SECOND TEAM CALL OUT
On RlCOunt of the condlton of the
football suits after the Saturday game
the university squad was given a night
Jff Monday In order to clean up
uaeh Joe Iaddock posted a list of
Illen who will appear at the gymnasium
tonight and get suits for the second
team The football games of the class
series brought out a large quantity
of good material so that the team
8 this 3ear will undoubted be the best
Cond toani the school has ever had
Thoe who will tn out for the second
squad are Campbell Taylor S Ear
rick L Karrick Cole Summers Rom
nY Beveridge Young Price Frost
Gardner Peterson Argyle Ashby
Rrmt Btlnap and Riser
e
JEff WILL STAY EAST
UNTIL BIOS ARE OPENED
New York Nov IJames J Jeffries
will remain in this vicinity until after I
Dee 1 His plan Is to walk from five
to ten miles daily and to work In a
local gymnasium about three hours
each day Over Saturdays and Sundays
he expects to repeat his pleasant outing
of yesterday when he enjoyed good
fishing down on Long Island and where
he may possibly go duck hunting As
soon as It is decided where the fight
with Jack Johnson Is to be held Jef
fries will go to the mountains of Call
tornla to begin hard training
NOT UNTIL JULY
+ Chicago Nov 1Jack Johnson the 4
+ colored pugilist returned to Chicago +
4 today Kftr his conference with Jef 4
+ fries lie paid his appearance fee +
4 In the municipal court where he has 4
4 been sued by Yank Kenney for mon 4
4 ey alleged to be due on a traIning 4
4 contract 4
+ As to the proposed fight with Jef +
+ frIes Johnson said he thought it +
4 would take place next July 4
+ + + 4 + + t + + + + + + + + + + 4 + + +
TODAY AT OGDEN
First race six furlongs selling 4 years
and up
225 Lnkevlew lou 46 M Ioble 10i
220 D Nope 101 iH Salpearl 112
IiU4 D Ann IOjj 433 D Prince lOi
53116 Aucssln 107 6155 S McGlbn 19i
itM Antnm 107 5304 HI Gaul C 10
rt2 Ialserhof liJi ft45S Dr Shorn lcr
Second race six furlongs 2 years and
up
545 Counselor 1OJ5tm St Kllda 100
237 Athgolu 112 235 No Rule 10i
4261 Carmelina 1011 iit3 Altair 109
51441 I G Guylon 1 00 1MJ3 Byron 100
5384 MIss Butte 10
Third race four and a half furlongs
selling 3 years and up
23i May Worth iOO it3r Luxurjo 114
t39 1 Llbervale 100 5JOO BIInthf1 lOC
5UO Arlln 100 i7 R Silk 109
131 Chesapeake IH HC Burning B 111
5435 Wild Bllloc it60 R Stone 105
233 B In Bush lot 5t5S R Mitchell 16
234 M Ionlre 1W
Fourth race five furlongs selling S
years and up
54 Kerry Ill 5410 Hereafter 108
216 Fore 101 6462 Kismet jr 10
5418 1Iarwood 10 5191 L Adelaide 111
4729 W Berry 1411 233 A Hyman III
Fifth race ala furlongs selling 4 yeara
and up
5455 Cobleskill 1I 5157 Invader 112
M Galvanic 112 it50 M Holland 112
234 Elmdale 116 i6400 St Joe 114
23 > Aquiline 107 nt Rose Daly 100
539tI The Mouser 11 6421 Sea Sick 109
Sixth race six furlongs selling 3 years
and up
Sunrise 10 l7 1 L Powell 109
t547 Iagnlfico 10 5421 Yel Foot 100
5i21 Sea Sick 109 241 Lanca Lad 101
213 A Collins 1S 4821 J Lausal 105
5442 yolo 105
pprfntif allowance
EASTERN JOCKEY CLUB TO
FOLLOW WESTERN RULING
New York No 1A new rule to be
adopted by the Joce club and which
probably will find fztvor in other pans of
the country is desigld to prevent horse
men from wlthdranng their entries In
overnight races The new rul will be
that owners must pay 10 per cent of the
purse If they wish to withdraw their en
try Owners have fallen into the habit of
scratching their horses at the last min
ute thus frequently causing an uninter
esting race
SAMUELSON AND WHITTLER
LEAVE FOR COAST TRACK
W E Samuelson and F E Whittier
the two loco I stars of the motor cycle
are bound for th < > Los Angeles tracks
Samuelson left last night and VhittIer is
billed to go today Both will be furnished
motors at the Prince Motor track with
which to compete against a crack line of
riders including Jack Dc Rosier
Next Sunday a SamuelsonDe Rosier
match will be the feature Gussie Law
son will appear at the track as a motor
rider
LANGFORD LOOKING FOR
BACKER WITH LARGE WAD
New York Nov LSam Langford the
Boston negro pugilist Is seeking a backer
with 10000 to comply with Jack Johnsons
demand that he deposit that amount be
fore Johnson will consider a fight with
tlm Although Johnson demanded only a
5000 Jrfeit from Jeffrls Langford Is
not discouraged but declared he will find
the backer and that he will whip Johnson
before the date of the Jeffries fight
STARS HELD TO TIE
In a fast gama of football yesterday the
Stars and Sugar House team battled to a
o to 0 tie game in two thlrtymlnut
halves With but three mInutes to play
the SUlrs carried the ball to the Sugar
House fheyard line when time was
called The lineuj
Stars Sugar House
Stillwell Ie Barnes
llcCt1lop It WatkIns
Simms lg Cool Jackson
Case c Gannett
Levier Lindsay
Carroll rt Irvine
Olsen Bibb re Barton
lIarrls qb Hansen
Brinkle Ihb Grant Pratt
Ronlne rhb Edmonds
Pucc n Calne Swartz
MAYBRAY MEN HELD
San Francisco Nov IE C Moore R
B Harriman and Frank Brown alleged
members of the raybray gang of race
track swindlers and fake prho fight pro
moters who were arrested at San Jose In
September wen examIned before United
States Commissioner E A Ileakck to
day and held to answer before the United
Stats district court at Omaha Bonds
for the aceusfd men were placed at 15
0 oach flt ing unabl to raise thE fleets
sary ball th3 were r manded to thC Ala
nltda 1JI11t inTI
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fLYNN IN HIS BEST YETI
Pueblo Fireman Wins Many Backers
by Whipping BurnsMay
Get Ketchel
According to H M Walker the coast
fight critic tIre showing made by Jim
Flynn the Pueblo fireman against Jack
Burns Friday night at Los Angeles was
such that the public will demand a Ketch
t1Flynn bout About the go Walker says
In splendid physical condition and put
ting up the boat fight of his chrEer Jim
FInn whipped big Jack Burns of SaUnas
In ten rounds at Naud Junction If Uk
matchmakers of the Pacific Athletic clua
want to make a hit With the public they
will now match the Coloradoan up with
Stanley Ketchel ThIs Is the battle that
the Los Angeles ring followers would like I
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to see
When you hit a man between twenty
five and fifty times plumb on the jaw
without as much as knocking him down
there remains but one thing to do and
that Is to whip him by the decision route
This Is what Ilynn had to be satisfied with
last night Fighting with his characterls
Istlc tigerlike aggressiveness the fire
man never gave Burns a moments rest I
He was after the game giant hammering
mauling punching and beating him during
every round of the fight Burns staying
with his licking as though heactuaIly en
joyed It At the final bell Flynn picked hk
ponderous opponent up and carried him
over to his seconds
It was a cleancut victory for Flynn
who showed improvement over any of hi
former appearances here The slugging
was of the hairraising variety The fla
vor of a real fight was lacking though
ou account of the onesided feature of the
bout Burns deserves a great big pat on
the shoulder for his grit and g8menes
Few men could have stood up under the
beating that Burns assimilated
CALL FOR BASKETBALL MEN
ISSUED AT UNIVERSITY
A meeting of candidates for the
University of Utah basketball team
has been called for today Basketball
at the Crimson school this year will
receive greater attention than In any
past year and the prospects look bright
for a five that wlll be heard from in
the intercollegiate race and for state
honors
J H I8ddook will have charge of
the five and says We are going after
them strong
lAst year for the first time basket
ball at the university WIll placed on
equal rank with the other branches of
sport at the college and the showIng
of the five toward the end of the sen
son was very strong
LATONIA RESULTS
Cincinnati 0 Nov IIad Esther
running In much improved form won
the feature at Iatonla today after follow
lug the favorite Lawrence P Dale to
the stretch Calash was much the best
in the handlcan and won easily
First race five and a half furlongs
Tortuous 10 to I won Eleanor Rob
son 7 to 2 second Captain Glore 10
to 1 third Time 105
Second race six furlongsAsplran
7 to 2 won Ethelda Iii to 1 second
Margaret T 10 to I thIrd Time
114 15
Third race one pileLady Either
10 to 1 Van Lawrence P Daly 7 to
5 second Tom Hayward 8 to Ii third
Time 1 40 Ii
Fourth race six furlong Calasb 3
to 1 won Belle Clem 4 to I second
Donau 8 to 5 third Time 114 19
Fifth race mile and 70 yards
Bruce nice 7 to 2 won Waldo Briggs
2 to 1 second Ottlo 10 to 1 third
Time 144
Sixth race seven furlongsAuto
matte 15 to I won Earl of Richmond
II 15 to 1 second Greenbridge 3 to 2
third Time 1S 25
AQUEDUCT RESULTS
Aqueduct No Y Nov IWIse Mason
the 8 to 5 favorite won the Glencove sell
Ing stakes one mile the feature of the
card here today defeating Hill Top by a
hpnd
First race one mile s81l1ngCaptaln
Swanson even won Harvey F 10 tol
second Bang Ii to 2 third Time
141 3i
Second race six and a half furlongs
Rose Queen 1 to 4 won Cindy 20 to
I second Comedienne 20 to I third
Time 1 20
Third race mile and a sixteenth
Bonnie Keso i to 2 won Lad of Lang
don 1 to Z second Court Lady 7 to
2 third Time 148
Fourth race one mlleYlse Mason
S to 5 won Hill Top 5 to 1 second
Mar Davis 11 to 5 third Time 141
t Fifth race one mileNimbus 11 to
10 won Racquet IJ to 1 second Far
Wet 6 to I third Time 139 35
Sixth race six furlongsOEm 5 to
2 won Tom Kerr 6 to I second Coon
kin 8 to 5 third Time 115 25
PIMLICO RESULTS
Baltimore Nov IAt the eighth days
races of th fall meeting of the Maryland
Jockey club at Pimllco the Greater Bal
timore steeplechase was won by Dacra
Ticket of Leave at the ninth jump
Pretty Michael and Clovercroft at the
eleventh and Monte Carlo refused at the
thirteenth
First race one mlleSotemla 6 to 5
won Miss Pillion to 1 seemnd Ham
mon PaN 50 to 1 third Time 140 4ii
Second race six furlongsMartin
Doyle II to 5 won Top Note 7 to 5
second Notaaulga 6 to 1 thIrd Time
113 Third race mile and a sIxteenth
08arine 13 to 5 won Goden Castle
20 to 1 second Rostrum 2 to 1 third
Time 141 35
Fourth race steeplechase about two
mllesDacra Ii to 1 won StelIaland
5 to 1 second Voodllde 1 to 1 third
Time 429
Fifth TacO five and a half furlongs
Beau Chilton 7 to 1 won Martinez
Ii to 5 second Busy 3 to 1 third Time
107 Sixth race mile and 40 yardsTaka
hira 11 to 20 won Spanish Prince 10
to 1 second Everand 4 to 1 third
Time 143 Ii
Seventh race one mileDr Pillow
11 to 1 won Voolspun 2 to 1 second
Rocket 3 to 1 third Time 143
NO OFFICIAL ACTION
Washington Nov 1Nether the navy
department nor the war department bad
been called upon late this afternoon to
conallkr the proposed cancellation of the
football game between the naval and the
I mllllary academies
High officials In both departments said
the matter Was for the supertnteudeltts
of the respective academies to determine
although their action might be referred
I to Washington for approval
NO CHANGE FOR HARVARD
Cambridge lam Nov 1Presldent
Lowell today declined to make any state
ment regarding the death of Cadet Byrne
at West Point
The general reeling among the under
graduate was that there would be no
change in the schedule of the Harvard
eleven
A delegatln from the colleg will at
tend Cadet fyrues funeral
AT PITTSBURG
PUtabur Nov LOn account of the
recent football fatalities Samuel AndreWs
superintendent of the public sdhopls of
Plttsburg took a decided stand against
the game today
I think fighting is a better Sprt said
Superintendent Andrews Too many
young mn are killed
SCHEDULE DROPPED
Philadelphia Nov lThe students of
tho Medicochlrurglcal college today de
citled to abolish all athletics fit the insti
tution because of the death yesterday or
Michael Burke a member of the college
football team who was Injured in n game
Saturday
fiGHT CARD Or CLASS fOR
OGDEN VOOL GROWERS
I
Local fight followers are beginning to
look forward to the first week In Janu
ary when a fight between two good men
Is scheduled at Ogden for the National
Wool Growers convention
Just who the men will lM and where
the go wlll be staged Is the question
That Pete Sulllvltn will be one of the
principals seems assured Johnny FraI1e
was first scheduled for Sulvans oppon
eat but Low Powell conquerr qf Frne
Lw
Is now talked of At Ogden another Cy
clopo Johnny ThopsonSulvan go wa
urge but a new man against Sullivan
is wanted
In Bird Leg Collins the well known
Bir of this city the fight fans
say a better man could not b found to
olpose Sullivan Joe Burns manager for
Collins Sulvan 500 side bet he will post
5
for Collins against any lightweight In
the business Sullivan preferred
As to the place for the fight I Is be
ifeved that the Ogden authorities will
allow the so at any of the Ogden thE
atres The entertainment committee Is
Unanimous rs that there must h a fight to
properly entertain the wool men
SPARRING IS BEGUN FOR I
BIG LEAGUE HEAD
New York Nov 1Natonal league
magnates are already busy electioneer l
Ing for their annual meeting In De
cember and a warm fight Is expected
over the election of a president Gary
Herrmann of the Cincinnati club is
said to be opposed to John A Heydler
succeeding himself and it Is under
stocd that he and Mr Murphy ot Chi
cago and Ebbetts of Brooklyn have an
other candidate In vieW
and
Boston Philadelphia
Pittsburg Phiadelphia
Pltsburg believed to be firmly back
St Louis are beleved frmly
of Heydler If the fight become too
strong there I talk that either C D
White or James A Hart both close
frIends of A G Spaulding may b
named as compromise candidates
FORT TEAM GETS ANOTHER I
GAME IF AGGIES LOSE
The general desire for another U
of USoldlen game led Captain Gare
to Issue another challenge yesterday
team for a game as
to the unlvrslty gme
soon as maters could be arranged
The University of Utah Athletic coun
dl took the mater up and LIeutenant
Carey was told that I the Soldiers
succeeded In defeating the Utah Agri
defeatng
culture eleven that the Utah team
would give them another game
AUSPICIOUS OPENING FOR
RACE MEETING AT OGDEN
Good Weather Brings Good Cow
Porm Track
For Upset by Tck
and Mud
Special to The HerniaRepublican
Ogden Nov 1ll weather conditions
Ideal the fall meeting of th Ogden
Racing association opened here today be
fore a crowd that was fully up to ex
ptatons Salt Late race goers turned
out In for and now that the meeting
Is an assured success the management
feels that even better sport than last
spring will be seen during the next dozn
days The fields were exceptionally lag
which with the big lEt of entries for
tomorrow Indicates that th stables now
quarter at th fair grounds are anxious
to run for th money
While the weather over1ad was of the
best the track was heavy from Satur
days ston Three books cut In and the
play was good on all the races The
heavy track and halmUe circuit upet
the dope somewhat but the winners were
prices all well played the books making good
prtcs
The feature event of th day was easy
for Jack Pine who fOr the first time
this fall showed his Butte and midsum
mer form Laying safe In th bunI
he came to the front at the head of the
stretch and won pulled up by for
lengths In th same race Ihalenian fell
U th mare rounded the last turn and
turned a complete somersault Jockey
Jarett was thrown but luckily the
hon completely over him with
out injury to either
GRANIES AFTER GAME
WITH BUTTE HIGH SCHOOL
Just now it looks as if the Granite
high school football tem has a clanle
for a game with the Butte Mont cham
pions gme Salt IakeButte high SCho1
game was called off by the local nil
tborite because of lax InterscholastIc
reuirement of the Butte school
Coach Moss of he Granite team does
not fear the Butte aggregation how
ever and yesterday morning said tt
he had received word through dll
Indirect source that a game could b
arranged betwen the two schools ail
arrnge
he further said that ne would aeCf pt
a date with the Montana school prO <
Sided satisfactory arrangements coo ld
be perfected The Granite tem doIng
prfeted
1ng the put three weeks has clean
demonstrated to the fans In Salt Lake
that they have a clever football team
which will bear watching
wi bar
Its team defeated the Ogden and All
Halows elevens and by those ts
games It was plainly shown they WIl
far from being out of the running t r i
the championship ot the state En
effort will be made to defeat the at
Lake high school team Saturday
HATCHING SEASON ON
AT STATE FISH PLANT
The spawning season Is now close
at hand at the state fish hatchery The
trout are laying their egg ten da > <
earlier than usual and a great deal
of work thn to be done at the hatcher
preparatory to hatching the eggs
F W Chambers state fish and gar a
commissIoner has figured that t 1
year will see at least 100000 eggs
of eastern brook trout at the hatchel
About the middle of December the egg
Abut and the fry will be alow I
to remain in the hatchery until Mar 1
1 when they will be planted in the
streams S
TWENTYFOURHOUR GOLF
Short Hills N J No IMiss Jve
Spurling of England and R Walsh f
Baltusrol won the oneday golf contest t r
the visiting women golfers at the Bai q
101 club today Aggregate scores were
counted RTl their carl was 19ii1h11

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