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I WhatsWhatinSporis All I the Time HIGH SCHOOLS FIGHT FOR TITLE TODAY ITheSportingAutho L of Salt Lake I
GraniteSaitLake OgdenAll
Hallows Games Promise
Great Sport
While the All Hallows college football
eleven Is stru ggllng with Ogden High
school this afternoon at 3 p m on Cum
mings field the Salt Lake and Granite
High school teams will be fighting for
honors on the new Granite football field
These two games mark the beginning of
the second half of the Interscholastic
High school championship series and Ute
outcome will have much to do In de
rmlnlng the winners of the pennant
The Salt Lake High school still leads
the race having won every game so tar
that she has played Granite is second
wlth only one defeat at the hands ot I
the Red and Black warriors Ogden has I
lost two games one to Granite the other
to the High school while the All Hal
lows college though still fighting hard
has as yet been unable to score a vie
tcrl p until th present time the Salt Lake
High school has had everything her own
way but the great Improvement which
has taken place In some of her oppOn
ents sl1C the first defeat will probably
alter conditions unless the Red and Black
warriors are ort the lookout
All HallowsConfident
Captain McMaster of the All HJllows
college eleven says that their first de
1fat at the UllnQS of the Junction City
lads vas a surprise but one which
taught them a lesson In the handling of
heavier opponents which will be valu
able to them In the game this afternoon
Ogden will not again be caught nap
pmg as she claims she was in the bat
tle with the Granite IRds1 Longer hours
and more strenuous work has been their
uotto during the pat week and they
ftel confident of making a perfect record
in the last series
Coach Mosss husky Granite boys are
In the best of condition and are worked up
to a very high plach realizing that a
victory over the Salt Lake High school
this afternoon would put them on an equal
with their rals for the state
championship Most faithfully have they
labored far into the evening during the
past two weeks In the hope of subduing
the Red and Black warriors Salt Lake
High school also realizes the Importance
of this afternoons struggle and although
hot In the perfect condition physically
that marked the first games owing to
several injuries the team members are
confident of winning
rp until yesterday afternoon when only
a short signal practIce was held Ceaeh
onlIl has been putting his men through
some strenuous work and will expect
fnm them better results than in the
first game The rumor to the effect tht
Mcintyre orthman Immer anll
YatEs fou of Salt Lakes best men
ould not appear In todays game Is un
true All will appear and with a aet
mlnatlJn to win
lth good weather a large crowd of
roottt will be seen both at Cummings
field Ind at the Granite football grounds
The Lineup
Ogden AU Hallows
Stone UB Fltzmaurlee
Watson R T Burk
Sample R G Calhoen
Smith C Cricker
C G Bole
hlcketts L T McCay
Johnson L EMeMaster
Udham Moran Q B Steensen
Boyle L H B Crouch
Eans R H E Johnson
Douglas F B
S L H S Granite
orthman L ERynearson Reese
birby lIkensenL T Morgan
Wallace L G Chambers
Mcintyre Brown
and BaekmanC Whit
Ylmmer R G Pratt
Yates R T Hampton
Gallacber R E Illler
and Romp Q B Southerlllnll
Wheeling L H B LeG roan
Goodspeed R H E Hamilton
Remnf F B Ashton
Chicago Xo 5The National Sporting
Club of America will hold Its first big
show Nov 19 at the Dexter Park pavil
Ion when Zbseo the Polish star who
Is here In the hope of meeting Frank
Gotch takes on three men agreeing to
I put all three to the mat Inside of an
hour TIlt management of the club has
picked out some tough material for the
Pole and will send Heinrlrh Weber the
German champln NiCk Protolapns the
Greek strong man and Dr Roller of Se
attIc against Inm
Coach Maddock and Robinson Star
in Valiant Rushes of Up
per Classmen
The mQst Interesting game from a spec
tators standpoint seen on the university
campus this year was played Friday aft
ernoon between the university senibrs and
the faculty and resulted In a score of
5 t 5
The two teams lined up for the kick
off at 3 oclock Coach Joe Maddock and
Assistant Coach Robinson were the stars
for the wise ones After the faculty
through the aid of laddocks tenard
line plunges hall carried the ball to the
seniors loyard line Professor F W Rey
nolds fumbled the pigskin and Dobbs of
the senior team gathered It In and ran
the entire length of the field for a touch
down The seniors missed the goal and
the score stood 5 to O
The faculty then kicked to the seniors
In the mixup the seniors fumbled the
ball and by several line plunges Maddock
carried the oval over for the second
touchdown of the game He missed goal
and the score stood 5 to 5
In the second half no scoring was done
by either team The faculty succeeded In
taking the ball to the seniors 15yard line
but were unable to carry It over Durin
the game the spectators were greatly
amused at the manner In which some of
the faculty members carried thE ball
Since the game was so successful the stu
dents want another game and If the fac
ulty will agree the game will be played
the coming Friday
Seniors Faculty
Clark L E Knowlton I
Ashby L TRichardson
Groesbeck L G Hlntz
Morris C Iolt
Tanner R GRobinson
Packard R T Hed es
Dobbs R E Vlse
Anderson R H BRoberts
Gardner L H BReynolds
Blackncr F BMaddock
Ralston Q B Goff
Lowell referee Home umpire Hedges
head linesman Olsen timekeeper Time
of halves 2015
At the meeting of the athletic council
It was decided that the members of the
junior team which won the class cham
pionship would not be awarded sweat
ers The reason for the action was on
account of the attitude which the junior
class has taken toward school athletics
Last year the class won the championship
and were awarded sweaters Following
the footbal season nono of the men wo
had participated In the class series got
out for the track At the beginning of
the class football season this year none
of the men who were on the team last
year tried out for the first team but
all were present In the class game Since
tile sweaters are awarded as an incentive
for the class to get Its good material out
for teams and since the lass members
had not shown any sposltlon to work
for the school their sweaters were denied
New haven Conn Nov 5Yale will
not use Its strongest team in the game
with Brown on Yale field tomorrow The
veteran backs Murphy and Philbin will
not start the game and will not play at
all unless Yale Is in danger of being de
+ New York Nov 5111 knock +
+ Johnson cold inside of six rounds +
+ said Jim Jeffries last night to a +
+ crowd that almost mobbed him upon 4
4 the Bowery in front of Diamond Dan +
+ ORourkes benzine emporium All +
4 you fellows have to do continued 4
+ the big boilermaker Is to get a roll +
+ of dough together give It to Dan +
4 to get on me and youll get It back 4
+ with the grandest Interest you ever 4
+ saw Ill win In six rounds surely +
4 It wont be a minute longer +
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
Los Angeles Nov 5Score
Philadelphia Atmetlcs 6 6 3
Los Angeles 3 8 3
BatteriesCoombs and Donahue Koest
ner and Orendorf
Princeton N J Nov 5The Princeton
football team today went through a long
signal drill m paratlQn for the game
with Dartmolt1 tomorrow The coaches
realize that the local eleven will have t
be at Its best in Jrder to defeat the strong
Dartmouth clenn
Ogden Nov 5 l009Flfth day Weather dear track fast A J Blum presid
Ing judge W 111 Murray starter
FIRST RACEFoUl furlongs selllng 3earolds and up Value to first
2 5
7 100
Ind Horse Wt S 4 Str Fin Jockey 01 Cl
2U Arlln 4 111 3 3h 11 12y Paul y I 3
245 Susie Gregg a 111 2 22 21 221h Nelson 2
Zf1 Al Hampton 3 IOi 6 511 4ns 31 Johnson 10 1a
a9 Dr Sherman a 111 8 43 52 42 Thomas 3 3
237 Orifiamb 4 111 5 73 611h 52 Wilson 4 72
245 oIy Nurse 3 101 4 Ins 31 61 Smith 10 8
234 Happy Chappy a113 7 8 8 72 Christie 10 15
2tO Byron 4 111 1 1If 6111 i2 S lcCulloch 4 6
At post 3 min Of fat 257 Time243550 35
Start good Won easily Second and third same
ArIln place 32 show 65 Susie Gregg place I show 12 Hampton sho13
ScratchedAnnie Laurie
WInner br g by AtmoreAlmanzo Owner W T Thomas trainer S L
ButleArlln a good thing went to the front In the stretch and breezed home Susie
Gregg best of others Al Hampton saved ground and closed fast I
2 58 < 3ECOND 115 RACESix furlongs selling 3yearolds ana up Value to first
Ind Horse WI S Str Fin Jockey Op C1
246 Albion H 4 109 1 1ns 114 11 14 McCarthy 1 75
241 Sea Sick a 109 2 41 f2 21 25 WUklneon 3 3
246 Fr of Elgin a 109 4 22 32 31h 33 Nelson 2 2
23S Iabel Fountn 3100 3 62 52 52 H1 Gargan 15 15
23j Lanlta 3 106 5 7 61h 63 52 Taylor 4 5
246 lI Moble 6 109 6 3 41 41 63 Rooney G 8
246 Eanthel 3 105 i 53 7 7 7 JlUret 6 4
At post 3 min Off at 322 Time25 45 511 11i 25
Start good Won breezing Second and third easily
Albion H place 12 show out Sea Sick place I show 25 Elgin show out
ScratchedAltai St Kllda Antara H Stanhope No Rule Salva U
Winner b m by Soltalre IIGollnda Owner and trainer J P McAdams
Albion H raced Friar of Elgin Into submission and came on to win as she
pleased Sea Sick did her best Elgin showed speed
THIRD RACE < ne mlle selling 3earolds and up Value to first 115
Ind Horse Wt So 14 1 z Str Fin Jockey Op Cl
241 Hunpala Ii 107 1 11 11 13 13 13 Munro 4 4
255 Trocha 3 1039 73 61 2 41 i1 22 Corey 3 2
26Dor Prince 5 109 5 42 I 4h 21 21 31Y Paully 8 10
5tH Roy River 5 107 485 52 Ih 3h 43 AndrewsI Iii 20
m Surety 5 IOi 66Hf iI 73 51 53 Nelson 10 G
5443 Prometheus 3 105 2 22 31 51 6Ik 61 Roone 85 52 i
41T Rath Royal a 112 3 33 23 11 l 7 12 11 Jarrt 55 2
256 AlIce Collins 3 102 8 5h 8i 84 83 52 E Smith S Iii
256 Salpearl 5 112 9 9 9 9 9 9 WIlkinson 10 15
At post 14 min Off at 34714 Tlme5 50 16 116 1434
Start fair Won easily Second and third same
HU1pala place 32 show 35 TrOtha place H show 13 Prince shov 2
SCratch dContribution
Winner b m by LibertincMarcell Owner J C Yooer trainer F W
Horton i
Huapala clear of Interference went to the front at once and breezed all the
way Trocha off badly ran a winning race Prlnca did his best Rather Royal
sulked Prometheus doesnt like track
FOURTH RACEFive furlongs selling 3earolds and up Value to first
uJ 115
Ind Horse Wt S 4 r Str Fin Jockey Op C1
242 L Adelaide 4 113 2 22 2311 13 Smith 6 5
213 Elm dale 5 116 5 31 31 2ns 22 ½ Ota 8 10
151 Antioch 2 103 1 114 12i 22 3ns Thomas 4 8
242 Kerry 4 113 2 63 444 4112 42 Baird 45 710
26J Swagerlator 4 113 6 5ns 5ns 51 ih Christie S 8
242 Fore 3 100 4 4h 66 62 63 Martin 52 52
5435 Pro Jewel 4 107 7 7 7 7 7 Nelson 4 t
At post 11 min Off at 410 ½ Time25 < 50 25 102 H
Start good Yon easily Second same Third driving
AddaldQ lace 2 show 45 Elmdale place 4 show 2 Antioch show 1
Winner ch m by KismetHelen G Owner J Iunson trainer J W Moore
AdelaidE followed Antioch to stretch turn hugged rail and won as she pleased
Elmdale saved ground all the way Antioch best hoise ran out at stretch turn
which spoiled her chances Kerry ran a weird race So did Fore
FIFTH RACEFour furlGngs selling 3yearolds and up Value to first
UI 100
Ind Hors Wt S 4 i Str Fin Jockey OPt Cl
245 Fr Downey 5 111 5 ly 1y Ink rhmns 1 2
249 Chesapeakp 6 111 t 23 22l 3 Nelson 8 52
2o BIl Brad 4 111 2 21 3h 3ns Wilson G 52
235 Aquiline j of 111 7 7 7 41y Smith 32 2
241 Robt Yltchell al11 6 i 1 > 21 51 5h Corey 6 7
250 WIld Dill 3 107 3 4h 4111 63 Martin 3 4
243 M Hollander 5 111 1 3nk 61 7 Johnson 6 10
4951 Tim OToole 5 111 8 Otis S 15
Pulled up
At post 3 min Off nt 439 Ttme2515 5045
Start good Von driving Second easily Third driving
Downey place I show 12 Chesapeake place 66 show 12 Brady show 35
Winner br g by MaceyPeggie Parks Owner J T Robbins trainer F
Downey had the speed went to the front and gamely stood off Chesapeake Ilt
the Pond Chesapeake no eXCUSES Brady In close quarters In back stretch closed
fast a
SIXTH RACESeven furlongs selling 4earolds and up Value to first
262 100
Ind Horse Wt S 4 1h 3 Str Fin Jockey Op C1
246 Pretension a Oi 3 31 31 31 11 114 Taylor 3 2
247 Kalserhoff 4 107 1 21 2111 21 21 2H2 Nelson 4 3
239 HI Caul Cap a 107 7 51 th 41 3 3 Wilson 0 3 1
233 Liberto 11 103 6 4 il 5111 4 411 Martin 5 5
5438 Spondoollx a 107 8 64 7111 613 1 72 52 Amltewa 10 15
2Z1 Lake VIew 1 108 4 iI 61 1 iI 61 Gl WIlkinson 10 W
239 Aucassln 6 lS 5 S3 S3 82 iIf ily McCulloch 10 5
5422 Salina 3 107 2 11 1111 11 5111 8 Smith 10 15
247 Dor Ann 4 107 9 9 9 9 9 9 Jeret 55 52
At post 14 min Off at 505If Tlme2i 5045 1132 12945
Start good YO1 hlndily Socnd and third easily
a Pretension place 45 show 12 Kalserhoff place 65 shw 35 Cap show out
SeratchedDlamond Nose
Winner b g by CrlnammeYanlt Owner H Mercer alner S J Kelly
Pretension always Well up went to front when really and won going away
Kalserhoff ran a good race HI qaul Cap closed fast
Special to The HeraldRepublican
Spanish Fork Nov 6Pason has cold
feet was thE cry heard around town
tonight as a halfhundred sports returned
from Pason greatly disappointed that
the Pason foot racer had contracted a
sprained lung For some time the ques
tion as to the speed of Sanllerson of Span
ish Fork and Huntzman of Pason has
been a live onE The matter culminated
In the posting of a 25 forfeit to bind
the posting of a 100 side bet on the da3
of the race The race was set for tad >
and the local crowd took Sanderson to
Pason There however It was found
that Payson had rather Jose the 25 tha
the 100 and there was no race Huntsman
man not being allowed to show up
Since the 5 fee was started at the uni
versity the school now has enough money
left over from the proceeds from the
games to sad the football field and this
will be done Immediately after the clos
Ing of the present season For many years
the necessity of a sodded field has been
seen but on account of lack of funds It
was not possible to do It
Philadelphia Nov 5In preparation for
what Is expeCted to be one of the hard
st games of the season with Lafayette
omorrow the rnlrJlty of Pennsylvania
lootball team hid very little practice to
lay JIutfhlnson Pennsylvanlas full
lck who has been out of the game for
hre weeks with a wrenched knee Is not
vet In condition to play
I Mens suits mens overcoats
mens furnishings
1 The sort a man who knows the facile tendencies of style expression would
Il i I a h selectthe kind that embodies all the beauty strength and masculinity
J that should be possessed by mens garments all the quality and intrinsic
r merit that a man should get for his money
itL c r
I I S ° f U f Slits in extreme and conservative cuts
Ii all the shades and fabrics that style
makers favor this season
j 4 Overcoats in every length and every fabric
2c i thats right for an overcoatraincoats
Ji cravenettes and Mutoconvertibles in
1jpjj 1 cluded
4 I
i In k V 1 Fur1ishings in all the new and nifty ideas
T ii originated for men who want new refind
1 j styles
u t I 228230 Main St
1iuui q I I The store with the overcoat stock
xu r T w
f l f
Mulletts Clothing Store
See our two special ads In thIs morn
Ings paper
The Dolly Dimples Throw Scarfs for
ladles and the Phoenix Mufflers for
men women and children
See our show windows
Hal block west from Main arid Second
A partusually a small part
of one weeks room rant spent
for persistent furnished room qd I I
vertlsing will find a desirable
Positively cued br
CARTEPositively jpiIll
CARTE RS They also rellETO Dts
tress tron Dj8pe1Sa In
ITTLE dIgestion IW1 Too Hearty
Eating A pertect rem
ec1y for DIz1ness ausea
PILL Drowslne63 Dad Taste
In the Iouth Coated
Tongue Pain In the Side
regulate the Bowels FuyVegeta1ibe
Genuine Must Bear
I FacSimlle Signatlra
Short Line from Chicago
The Manhattan Limited
S Time Shortened
From Chicago
To New York S
Beginning with Sunday November 7 1909
The Manhattan Limited of the Pennsylvania
Short Line which now leaves Chicago at 11
oclock a m will leave Chicago at 1030 a m
daily running through to New York in 22
hours arriving there at 930 a m c
S This will shorten the time of that train two
hours and the Extra Fare from Chicago to New
York will be advanced from Four Dollars to Six
For Particulars Address
W F YEO Traveling Passenger Agent
204 Judge Building Salt Lake City Utah
Uncle Sam
Responsible Cut Rate
Loan Money on Anything ot Value
30 Eaat First So
Ut Cor of Com
Commencing Saturday Oct Sa and
Contlnulllt 13 Doy
Six or more hlghclaes raci daily
Ladle admitted free Mondays and
Admission ISO cent InchlUJJ
Grand 5tond
Special rote from Salt Iake and
return110 Oregon Short Line
Train jeaes at 100 p m reurnlng
Immediately after the races or any
train the same or following day
This rate is open to all
Open Betting Ring
V M MURRAY Oen 3IaJager
Three Popular Winners Reward
BackersAs Many Good Things
Are Losers
Special to The HeraldRepublican
Oguen Nov 5By far the largest crowd
of the meeting attended the race meeting
today with a large sprinkling of ladles iJ1
the sands
Albion II Father t > owney and Preten
sion were the favorites to win and each
was heavily played HI Caul Cap how
ever took the favorite honors away from
Pretension by II strong rush In the ring
which sent the big hobby horse to the
post at shorter odds than Pretension
Arlln won the opener a half mile dash
upsetting high hopes entertained by many
on Susie Gregg and Dr Sherman
In the second race Albion H had all the
speed and after disposing of all contend
ers came home handily Sea Sick showed
a glimpse of her oldtlme form by corn
Ing home the second best
The third race saw some lively play on I
Rather Royal Trocha and Prometheus
but the old race mart Huapala broke In
front and breezed all the way in fast
time for the track Trocha came from
far back for the place while Rathfr
Royal dropped back consistently after till
After leading to the home turn An
tioch ran out entering the stretch and
Lady Adelaide went by to win easily with
Elmdale following for the place
Father Downey In the fifth and Preten
Sion In the sixth were popular winners
I A big Saturday card on on today
Fhust fRee four and onehalf furlongs
selling 3 years and up
2tf Hulton 1l7261 Belle Bradv1l4
251 Chanate 10542 Iarwood 117
256 Dr Mayer llOj31i Antara 100
21 Wild Bell 10I246 Sylvia U t6
20 May Worth 1141t7 nyron 106
Second race six furlongs sellIng 3
years and up
2ii1 WaUere 1051 345 Athgold 112
il Lady Pow 10l540 Billy Taylorl09
240 Xo Rule 105 210 Carmellna 11r
251 Geo Guyton105 240 St Kllda 109
240 Altair 109 258 Mabel Ftnl00
240 Counsellor 100
Third race six furlongs selling 3 yean
antI up
251 Lanea LUdOt SIJ Monsle M 109
255 Ylneberry 1051 Probe 112
m Jape LaurllJi 246 Sam Barb f9
253 Yellow Foot10535O2 Iukeramus 104
25S Sea Sick 109 244 Yolo l j
Fourth race six furlongs purse 3 years
and up
2t8 Gresham 11191 248 Beau Ian 105
248 Jack Paine l9 248 Frank Lubl06
2tS Ethel Dayl00 236 Anna May 100
Filth race four and onel1alt furlongs
selling 3 years and up
2j3 Iollle Montfll 213 Xappa 117
260 Elmdale 117 256 JlUett 909
250 Dr HoUls 114 255 Sir Barry loa
242 Hereafter JJI 21 Galvanic 114
Sixth race four and onehalt furlongs
selling all ages
252 Luke MeC 102 258 Lanlta 11i
257 Arlin 19 252 Mary Gene ro
20 Marvel P 119 257 Happy Chn1l9
3365 EgotIst 11 257 Orlflamb 119
2W Dr Howell 1191256 True Slfl1
252 Faurusa 91
Apprentice allowance
Baltimore Nov 5One of the features
of the twelfth day at Pimllco the Gen
tlemens Driving park purse was won by
the favorite Stanley Fay In 144 flat
The New Howard steeplechase with four
starters was won by Osage
The Owners handicap was won b
First race six fUrlongs I1ss Plrogod
7 to 1 won Escutcheon 8 to I second
Ballot Box 2G to 1 third Tlmel15
Second race gentlemens Driving Park
purse mile and forty yardsStanley Fay
1 to 2 won Emperor William 3 to 1
second Pins and Needles 10 to 1 third
TlmelH 1
Third race selling six furlongsBelle
Iawr 7 to 2 won Crouse 15 to 1 sec
ond Paranis 11 to 5 third Time
115 25
Fourth race New Howard steeplchase
about two milesOsage 5 to 1 won Iale
Fletcher 3 to 1 second Time458 225
Two horses finished
Fifth race Owners handicap one mile
Dreamer G to ii won Martin DoylE
15 to 1 second Taboo 5 to 1 third Time
19 35
Sixth race six furlongsTasley 5 to 2
won Golden Castle S to 1 second Ha
nonla 30 to 1 third Tlmel14 25
Cincinnati 0 Nov 5Hanbrldge
heavily weighted won from a good field
of handicap horses before a large crowd
at Latonia today Bellwether made the
pace to the stretch but stopped badly
and finished last Dargln after being
practically left at the post In the fifth
race finished strong and won by a neck
Two favorites won
First race live and a half furlongs
Carlton G 12 to 1 won ramerc 6 to I
seCond PolpJteme 30 to 1 third Time
107 Second race mile and an eighth sell
IngCull 7 to 2 won Stone Street 13 to
5 second Vanen 6 to I third Time
15t 15
Third race live and a half furlongs
sellingAutumn Rose 3 to 1 Van Caron
dolet 25 to1 second Radiation S I to 1
third Tlmel06 35
Fourth race mile handlcapH
bridge 9 to 10 won Old Honesty 4 to 1
second Sinfrani to I third Time
Fifth race six furlongs sellingDar
gin 9 to 5 won Fireball 5 to 2 second
Youthful 8 to I third Tlmel1325
Sixth race mile and seventy yards
Denver Girl 6 to 1 won Sir Walter Rol
lins 13 to 1 second Iamle Algol 7 to 1
third Timelt5
Aqueduct Nov 5Favorites and second
choices divided an ordinary card run off
here today The handicap at one mile re
sulted In a victor for Black Oak the fa
lovorlte but only after a strong drive by
Dungan BonniE Kelso In this race was
beaten by a head
First race one mile sellingQuantico
1 to 5 won Aunt Jule 20 to 1 second
Cowen 10 to 1 third TlmelU 25
Second race seven furlongsBesom 3
to 1 won King Cobalt 10 to 1 second
Hill Top 5 to 2 third Tlmel26 35
Third race selling seven furlongs
Bang 6 to 1 won Ten Pace 3 to 1
second Petronlus 11 to 5 third rIme
128 25
Fourth race selling one mileBlack
Oak 7 to 5 won Bonnie Kelso 3 to 1
second Anavrl i to 1 third Time
141 Fifth race six and onehall furlongs
Coonskin 4 to I won Dixie Dixon 3 to
1 second Rustem 9 to 2 third Time
122 Sixth race mile and an eighthLad of
Langdon 8 to 5 won Bad News 10 to
1 second Golconda 4 to 1 third TimeU
155 15
The Arlington basketball team of Mur
ray has at the present time about com
pleted Its schedule of games which will
be played this season The team has been
reorganized and In the lineup will be
found four of the last year men who
brought the team to the front last sea
son It Is lrobable that a number of
games will be played outside at those
alreadY on th schedule as there are a
numb of likely teams In the county
which would like to meet the Murray
boys this year
New York Nov 5Four games of foot
ball to be played on eastern fields to
morrow will sum up more concisely than
any yet seen this season the present
status and future hopes of the leading
colleges In the sport Cornell plays Har
yard5 Dartmouth plays Princeton Yale
plays Brown and Pennsylvania faces La
Yale record has been consistently clean
and her powerful offense will be diffi
cult to smotner Dartmouth having beat
en Harvard In past years is no longer
faced with equanimity by any of the
big four while this year Princeton Is not
up to her best form as yet
Cornell too Is In hard luck and her
game with Harvard Is not expected to
develop th latter true form as It will
show against Yale
pennsyha1ia In Lafayette faces a
tam that nas already defeated Prince
ton The Red and Blue powever counts
on winning without difficulty
New York Nov 5From the confer
ences which Charles W Murphy presi
dent of the Cubs has held with President
John T Brush of the New York club and
President Charles Ebbetts of the Brook
lyn cillb the report Is now current that
the Chicago magnate Is electioneering In
the Interests of James A Hart the for
mer Chicago owner who has loomed up
conspicuously as a candidate to succeed
John A Hedler as president of the Na
tional leaguo
In tills connection Murphy admits that
I Kling who refuses to play with Chicago
may play an Important part Brush has
had Is own candidate for Heydlers
place but he has also wanted to obtain
Kling badly and baseball writers de
clare they would not be surprised If
Brush voted for Hart at the annual meet
Ing In ccmber and If KUng played with
New York next season
Chicago Nov 5Jack Johnson returned
estcrday from Detroit In 11 big new blue
and creamcolortd automobile which he
purchased In that city and says he Is I
much pleased with hs purchase He
claims he can go seventy miles an hour
moss anywhere
Ie been fined In nearly every town
Ive been In for speeding he remarked
with mingled pathos and pride In his tone
an I don thing its right Ive never
hurt anybody yet
Johnsons expansive smile as his chief
respom Vhen the statement credited to
Jeffries that he could stop Johnson In
six rounds was repeated to him
Maybe the bout will end In six rounds
he said but Jeffries has picked the
wrong man as winner
CambrIdge Mass Nov 53fembers of
the Cornell football squad received warm
welcome from the Harvard gridiron war
rIors when the Ithacans arrived here to
day Tomorrow the two big teams will
nlcet In the stadium for their first foot
ball battle In twelve years
Light secret practice was given the Har
vard squad In the stadium Leslie will
be at left nalfback In place of Corbett
the latter havIng been out of the game
for over a week on account of Injuries
Except left tackle where Hooper will b
In place of McKay nIl the positions will
b filled by regulars
New York Nov 5Thlrt of the best
known distance runners In the country
are entered In the Amateur Athletic
Union championship tenmile run which
Is to take place here tomorrow Never
before has a similar event brought to
gether such an array of talent and am
ateur athletes all over the country are
expecting to see the record fall
Accompanied by 400 soldier rooters the
Fort Douglas eleven leaves this mottling
for Logan to meet the Agricultural Col
lege team this afternoon The post team
goes to whip the Aggtes at all poets
as on the outcome hangs the question
of another chance against the state uni
The past week has seen the soldiers at
hard practice The game with the Vnl
verslty last Saturday the first o the
year did worlds of good In showing weak
spots and in giving the men experience
During the week considerable work has
been done with the new game aM the
forward pass and onside kick wIl be
used In the game today
Aside from the officers on the team
a number of officers will make the trip
as well as the enlisted men Leave for
the game was granted freely and ail who
wish will be given the holiday
Lieutenant Garey captain of the team
said last night that aU th men were In
good condItion and that he looked for a
victory despite the fact that the Jggies
have Improved since their game with the
New York Nov 5The Detroit base
ball team composed mostly of players
who took part In the worlds champion
ship games has defeated the Almendarca
team which Is the best club In Cuba b
a score of 8 to 3 according to a cable
gram from Havana President Gomez
and a lrrge part of other distinguished
persons attended the contest Havana
made a holiday of the event buildings
were decorated and street Nr were
packed with enthusiasts to see the game
In the grade school basketbilll race the
Bryan school defeated Waterloo by th
score of 2 toG Legg HoppenbeCk and
Sheridan did the scoring for th win
The lineup t
Byrant Waterloo
Legg C Cody
HoPIltnbeck R F Iorgan
Sheridan L F Michel
Cosllne L G Senders
Johnson R G Greeuwooti
Lafayette and asatch schools broke
even yesterday afternoon the Lafayette
boys winning 19 to 7 while the Wteatch
girls won from the Lafayette girls if to
The boys teams lineup was as fob
leas Vasatch Lafayette
Howl C Smith
Gary L FVan DYk
Western R G IcCurdy
F G Smltil
Caby R F Sweeter
Decatur Ill Nov 5Yalter Lloyd
Gruber aged 21 died at Taylorsvlte Ill I
today as a result of an Injury recevtd In
a football game Gruber was klcced In
the back and tubercJlosls rlsultrd

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