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6 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH TUESDAY NOV 9 1909
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I Whats AlitheTime I ai or S CYCLONE JOHN CAN FIGHT BUT NOT BOX ITheSportingAuthorityl L of Salt Lake J
ATlANTA AUTO DRIVERS
EXPECT BROKEN RECORDS
Trials on New Course Show Fast
TimeOldfield to Defend
Title
Atlanta Ga Nov 8It American auto
mobile track records are not broken In
the five days racing which begins to
morrow on the magnificent Atlanta auto
mobile speedway it will be a surprise to
the star pilots who gave the twomile
track a thorough test today
Robertson Strang Christie Chevrolet
and other drIvers declared that the At
lanta track Eeems to offer an unusual op
portunity to clip a few seconds from
previous records
Louis Strang today took his 200horse
power Flat four miles in 3 minutes 11 25
seconds the second lap being on three
cylinders
The cars tried out on the course today
made the two miles at an average of
about 1 minute 45 seconds and finIshed
the days practice without mechanical
troublps
There will be six events tomorrow but
the greatest Interest centers In the one
mIle tst which will bring out the high
power machines and the 200mlle stock
chassis race for cars of a piston displace
mlnt of Y1 to 4QD cubic Inches
A battle royal In the short speed con
test is anticipated among Strang Old
field Kilpatrick Christie Robertson
Basle In a Renault Dlflbrow In a talnler
hquot In a PopeToledo and Rutherford
In a Stearns
Oldfiolds entry was not received until
tonight when his manager William Pick
ens announced that Oldfield would de
fend his title as hoL er of the fastest
trick miL 43 seconds made at Indian
urolls
Entries and drivers In the 200mlle race
fl1ows Renault Basle ChalmersDe
troit Lorimer Ranier Disbrow Chal
mersDetroit Matson rarmon Stillman
BuIck Chevrolet
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ATHLETIC WORK PLANNED
FOR HIGH SCHOOL CADETS
The cadets of th Salt Lake High school
arc to take an active part In athletics
tbs YEar In connection with their mlll
tfT training wit the 10e that the
ork may be found morE Intfr sting
< ometitions will be held vee3ly be
tween companies
rtnd of the Callaway Hoock
Francis company haR offerll a cip to
the cmpany winning the highest num
b r of points Yesterday a tug < > fwar
t1k rlace between companies Band D
company B winning after nine minutes or
shard pullin At fIrst the entire two
lmpanlfs lined up on elthfr side each
IrtrnbFrin from 90 to 100 wen but the
ron proved unable to stand the strain
land broke uarly In the center on the
first pull senjlng the mass of cadets Into
a heap and furnishing the onlookers much
aimausment With 0 men company n
wcn
Wednesday afternoon the work will con
lsit o 1 i minutes of hard drill folnWfd
by a tugofwar between companls JL
and C the inner to struggle for first
rhee with company B and the loser to
fight for seco1d ilact against compa
ny D
sketbaU and baseball will bo consid
ered later and some Interesting games
are asslrld as eact company has erousrh
mn to pick at least two fast firstclass
tams Company A yes at work hst night
rounding up a football squad afld Is out
wth a challenge to the other three com
p11Its LC6ter Wire an old member ot
th OG football tERm and Le Roy Vort
man who yesterday received his nppolrt
nt tf the oank of Clptaln wIU act as
officials for all of the athletic Contels
Th captains now Qmmandbg the Cn
IPnles A n C ant D In the order named
are n Kendall Thomas Oscar William
bb1tt Arthur Irwin bWSO1 and Wil
frd Leland Shatter
IS A PROFESSIONAL
LafayrUe Ind Nov 8B F Shade of
Iontpellfr Ind fullback and star player
I of the Purdue university football team
was today convicted by his OW1 confes
s n of profssIonal baseball playing
PONIES AT OGDEN RUN
TO HALfMilE fORM
Special to The HeraldRepublican
Ogden Nov 8Vlth but one favorite
showing to the front at the wire today at
the fair grounds the chance of picking
favorites according to mlletrack form
was shown to be slight The folowers
ot the game however who have followed
the performances of the ponies on the
halfmile track were returned winners J1
the day
In the first race Runsum proved true
to her name by breezing all the way
and winning handily Esther M and Sun
rise showed the closing speed picking up
strongly In the stretch Athgold the false
favorite ran as past form predicted far
out of the money
Yellowfoot captured the second race In
easy style with Iabel Fountain placing
ahead of Antara In the same manner
lagn1t1clo the favorite showed no speed I
at all J
Kalserhoff led aU the way In the third
race winning easily over Liberto with
ossback a thrEequarter horse holding
out for show Chief Johnson on AksAr
Ben showed his secondrate form by land
Ing the favorIte next to last I
In the fourth race Rooney on the fa I
vorite J11lett showed that he was afraid I
of the haltmUe track Rooney Is a good
boy on a mile CircUIt as his work at I
Buena Vista showed but he does not take
kindly to the shorter circuit
Nappa In thEe fifth and Pretension In
the sixth race eah showed true form
and won as past dope predicted
The crowd was large and the running
furnished plenty of excitement
TODAY AT OGDEN
First race selling 4yearolds and up
six furlongs
270 Ion loblel0i 251 Irish Mlke110
39 Diamond N 10i 253 Kismet Jr 101
269 Athgold 110 6I Lady Powel1110
246 Miss Butt 1l0 274 Dr Shermanl07
2iO Antara 107 271 Salpearl 107
269 Salina 107 271 Luxurlo 101
Sccoad race selling aU ages four and
a half furlongs
26S Marvel P1192 8 Luke IcCoyl02
5451 Mona C 995451 Eel 99
26S lI Genevlevelo1 252 Dora Panel03
352 C J Harveylre 268 Faurusa 99
26S Dr Howell 119 22 Glare 99
2J1 R Mitchell 119 5459 Roberta 99
203 Chanate 119
Third race aching 4yearolds and up
six furlongs
27t 11 Hollandrl07 243 Rose Dab107
2 6i Lan Lad 1i 262 HICaulCap 107
238 Bon Ton107 256 Cobleskill 107
243 The louser107 254 Invader 110
m Belle Brady 107J 203 Maud MeG 107
2i2 Yalenclo 1071 261 F Downey 110
272 Elmdale 113
Fourth race handicap aU ages five
furlongs
20 Fore 115 274 A Hyman 110
2GO Antioch 101 25S Albion HIOt
249 Iay Bride 99 266 Jack Paine
2i3 St Joe 100 236 Balerlan 122
Sfffl Hereafter 114
Fifth race selling o4yeazolds and up
four furlongs
m Llbervale 103 273 Bird In the BI08
5 Burning B lIt 267 M lontrose111
2 Lukeerms 10 20 llazapan 111
Mi Sam F167 263 HaIton 114
263 Iarwood 111 273 May Worth111
Sixth race selling 3yearolds and up
i seven furlongs
2fI Geo Guytonl03 2ii9 Dorian P 112
2H Ierllngo 110 2M Huapala 112
272 Altfnberg 111 251 L Buttercupl12
272 Inclement 111 271 AksarBen 111
212 C Sarto 112 265 Probe 110
Irwin Bros entry
Apprentice allowance
ANOTHER BIG OFFER IS
RECEIVED FOR FIGHT
New York Nov 8A telegram from
F S Williams of Bel1lngham Wash
offers 1125000 for the JcffrlesJohnson
fight Sam Berger manager for Jeffries
says that Williams bid will have an equal
chance with aU others providing he de
posits 5000 with the official proposal
With three offers from California pro
moters two bids from Washington and
one from Oklahoma It Is considered cer
tain that a recordbreaking purse will be
offerEd for the big fight Nevada has
not been heard from yet and there are
other Interests figuring on the big event
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GEORGE RUST General Manau
Utah Idaho Wyoming and Nevada
Offices in Progress Bundln Salt Lak
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RACES RACES
OGDEN
RACING ASSOCIATION
CommenllnJ Saturday Oct 10 and
Continuing 13 Days
Six or more highclass races dally
RACING RAIN on SIIIXE
ladles admitted free Mondays and
Fridays
Admission io cents Including
Grand Stonll
Special rate from Salt Lake and
return110 Oregon Short Line
Train leaves at 100 p m returnIng
Immediately after the races or any
train the same 01 followIng day
This rate Is open to all
Open Betting Ring
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A Typical New York
SUi1 1AY
The Salt Lake orldllgrn
luaus Healqualtels
Read HeraldRepubllcan Want Ada
Notice to Water Users
STATE ENGINEERS OFFICE I
Lake City Utah November 5 19fJ9
Notice ie hereby given that E J It
datz et aI whose poBtofflce adrt
Salt Lake City Utah have made 1
cation In accordance with the rf
menta of the Compiled Lays of ltal1
a amendd bv the 8ef81On Laws ot 1 i
1 to appropriate one and unehall j
cubic feet per second of water from i I
den Treasure Springs ltah county T 1
Spring No 1 Is situated at a point
beans north 25 degree 25 minu
3313 feet distant from the ast 1
corner of section 16 township 10 n
range 2 west Salt Lake base and mr l
ian Spring No2 is situatpd at a I
which bEars north 10 dgTS 1 mll
east 4U29 feet distant from the > I
corner above described Th watt
Spring Ko 2 will be diverted Wiler
Issues from aid spring and convey d
a dIstance of 1nI lt In a 1lpe III
Spring No 1 wher It will ht eommll
with thfwater Issuing from the last n1I
spring and collected in a tank from sh r
it will bt pumped and conYtYfd for a
tance of approximately 4O0 feet
water will be taken out at various p
along this line and usd lit the JIldd
Treasure and nehhblJrin mines In
Tlnt1 Mining district during the P i 1
from January 1 to Decernr 31 Inc1u r
of cacti year for the purpose of 101
tratlng lead 81lvfr gold and copper Ill
It Is also the Intention ot the appl1
to use as much of said wter as mol i I
necessary for the production of iStITTI 11
onnectlov with their mining opentlllll
and for cfomeltlc purposes This aTpII <
tlon la designated In the state engllH1
office as No 23155
AU protests against the granting IIf
said application atatipg the reasons hl
for must be made by affidavit In d
ate and tiled In this office Ithin th I r
JO days after the completion of the flU
Ucation of this notice
CALEB TIER
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Date of f1Tlt publication Nov < mhfr 1
to date of completion of pubHcanl
romhe S 1Q09
Delinquent Notice
GOLD MOCNTAIN CHAMPION MTN
log Milling company Principal off1
and place of business 216 South Mall
street Salt Lake City Utah
otlceThere are dellnqueat upon th >
following described atok on account
asFeFSm1t No4 of 1 of 1 per cpnt p r
share levied on the 15th day of Sept > m
her 1S09 the several amounts set opp
site the names of the respective share
holders u follows
Cert Name No Shares Amount
5 r Yo Surbaugh 4000
47 T M Surbaugh 4950 62 2
szLFryer sos 1
51 Nellie G Fryer OOe
6t C R Stevens 1000 2
lIS Frank J Stevens 9522 23
12 J L Herrick 1131l 2s i
13 M J Stevens 139 4
99 Alma Richardson 1014 2
101 J1I6e J Driver 616f 15 I
U5 Fannie M Johnson 1008 2
116 T D Johnson 220 51
135 E U Stoker 4008 lr
140 Gao W Bridwell 1000 2
146 Wm Webber 1000 2
147 Wm WebbEr 5410 1
And In accordance with the law an1
an order of the board of directors mad °
cn the 15th day or Snptcmoer 1909 s
many shares of each parl of said stock
I1S may be upeSsr will he sold at pub
lic auction at t1 offcE of tte secretary
No 216 South Ion Itrt Salt Lake
Ity Utah on the Jith h of Novem
ber 1909 at 2 p m nf sail day to pay
delinquent a88e5fiment > ii 1 lOn together
with the cost of advertig and expense
of sale C R LONG
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Fackey McFarlan pride of Chicago
Kansas City Nov 8Packy McFar
land the Idol of the Chicago stock yards
distrIct was given the decision over
Cyclone Johnny Thompson of Syca
more Ill In a whirlwind fight of ten
rounds here tonight
The battle was that of a scientific boxer
who was able to hit and get away against
a man whose main asset Is slugging and
who could not get near enough to his
shifty opponent to land
In but one round the second was
Thompson able to send home enough tell
Ing blows to make It appear that hIs
strength would cam the fight home to
him But with Packy hanging on duck
Ing and making the most of his wonder
ful footwork the Cyclone could not cor
ner him After that round there was lit
tle doubt as to the outcome although
Thompson took a brace In the last three
rounds and did some good work
A might shout of approval went up
at the end of the tenth round when
Referee Joe COffey of Chicago raised
Packys right hand signifying that he
had won True a few of Thompsons
friends clamored for a draw but the de
cision was popular In the main
Wearied by the terrific pace of the bat
tle lcFarlanll did not realize that he
had won Two minutes after the decision
had been rendered he hurried across the
ring to the press box and asked Did
I win
When assured that he was the victor a
broad smile overspread his face and
happy as a schoolbo he danced back to
his corner saying gleefully Ive gotten
rid of the man who blocked my path to
a scrap with Nelson
Thompson expressed the opinion that he
could defeat McFarland In a longer fight
It was the gel tral opinion about the rIng
side that neither was In shape to stand
a long grueUlng battle
Roller Will Box
Dr B F Roller of Seattle who wrestles
Frank Gotch here for the worlds cham
pionship on Nov 13 was Introduced to
the crowd He said It was pis Intention
to take up boxing
The receipts tonight were about 6000
Sixty per centy or this went to the fight
ers who divIded It 60 per cent winner and
40 Ioer
Round One I
Both advanced with caution Thompson
led with a left and was blocked Thomp
son landed light left to stomach Mc
Farland feinted with left and crossed wIth
stiff right to jaw McFarland landed two
uppercuts and croseed with a hard right
IcFl1rland mnt right to ee Thompson
rushed lcFarland to the ropes McFar
land landed hard right to ear as gong
sounded Round even
Round Two
Thompson rushed McFarland to the
ropes and sent a hard right to ear Packy
returned straIght right jab catching his
opponent on the jaw Thompson rushed
cFarland to the roES and the referee
broke them Thomp n landed two hard
rights to the Jaw staggering McFarland
They clinched and McFarland hung on
desperately and seemed weak Thomp
sons round
Round Three
McFarland landed right to jaw They
clinched Thompson landed good right to
body McFarland drove right to the jaw
and staggered Thompson Thompson
rushed McFarland to the ropes McFar
land uppercut hard with his rIght and
bored In landing three sitU uppercuts
without return McFarland seemed
stronger at the end of the round
Round Four
McFnrlnnd opened with a savage right
uppercut to jaw Thompson bored In but
could not land McFarland landed two I
rights to jaw cIurland sent hard right
to jaw and right to heart Thompson 1
rushed McFarland to ropes Thompson I
rushed lcFarl8nd and received two up
percuts Thompsons right ear was badly
puffed at end of the session and McFar
land was bleedIng at mouth
Round Five
Thompson came In with a rush and
met a short right He landed two straight
lefts and crossed with a right The men
exchanged rIghts McFarlanll uppercut
with two savage rights they clinched
and he sent In another Thompson drove
a right to the bOdY and McFarland re
turned a right and left but they lacked
steam
Round SIx
Thompson carried the fIght to his op
ponent and landed a hard right to the
jaw McFarland backed away but when
Thompson allowed landed two stagger
Ing rights McFarland drove a light right
and left to jaw as the round ended
Round Seven
Thompson landed good left to body and
swung rIght to jaw McFarland staggered
Thompson with right to jaw and followed
with a left Thompson rushed McFar
land to ropes IcFarland landed the
hardest blow of the fight 11 right upper
cut to the jaw sending Thompson back
Thus far the tight was In McFarlands
favor
Round Eight
The men came from their corners with
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left to the body and seemed trying hard
to regaIn lost ground IcFarland ap
peared to be tiring He sent hard right
to the jaw and Thompson missed a right
lcFarland pelted Thompson on top of
a jump and inched Thompson sent a
the head and Thompson answered with
staggering right to the jaw
Round Nine
Thompson wQtled In with a right Mc
Farland landed right to body but Thomp
son chased him about the ring Thomp
son drove In a hard right both men fight
Ing hard They exchanged hard lefts and
rights as McFarland backed away Mc
Farland was bleeding profusely from a
cut above his right eye when the round
ended
Round Ten
Thompson refused to shake hands and
they went to a clinch Thompson rushed
McFarland to the ropes McFarland drove
a left to jaw McFarland sent a rIght
and left to the head but they were weak
Thompson drove McFarland to the ropes
and sent a hard right to jaw Thomp
son rushed but received two hard rights
to jaw Thompson landed a hard right
as the bell rang
UI U OF U fOOTBALL MEN
IN HARD PRACTICE
The varsity eleven was out In full
force Monday afternoon preparing for
the comIng contest with the Montana
Agriculture college on Cummings field
Saturday afternoon From reports re
ceived by Coach Joe Maddock the rgrl
culture collEge has the best team It has
ever had
In their annual game with the Butte
Miners who won the state championship
last yea the Aggles were defeated lJY
I a score of 10 to 6 According to the re
ports however the score did not show
the merits of the two teams as the
Miners secured both of their touchdowns
on fumbles made by the Aggles The
Aggie made their score by straight foot
ball
In order to accommodate the crowd
which Is expected at the Saturday game
tJe athllUc council Is repairing and en
larging the bleachers The field with no
more wet weather will be In excellent
ccndlUon
BUICK CAR ViNNER Of
PHOENIX DESERT RACE
Phoenix Ariz Nov SThe Buick car
dr1en bv J K Nlrtnt won the 4O
mile desert race from Los Angeles to
Phoenix which ended here today The
Columbia with naroid Stone driving WAS
second and the Studebaker Bert Latham
driver third The official time an
nounced Is
Buick 19 hours 13 mInutes Columbia 23
hours 35 minutes 20 seconds Studebaker
2t hours 66 minutes 40 seconds I80tta 2
hours 36 minutes 6 seconds Kisselkar 26
hours 4 minutes 23 seconds
The IsoUa lost second place by break
Ing down within one and a half mies
from Phoenix and was towed In
The Elmore and Pennsylvania have not
b en heard from sinc they left Ehren
burg
The time made by the Buick Is rtmar
able considering the condition of thp
roads In last years race th time was
30 hours 36 minutes
I HERALD REPUBLICAN FORM 1 CHART I
Ogden Nov 8 1009Seventh day Weather clear track fast A J Blum pre
siding judge W 11 Murray starter
FIRST RACEFive furlongs Selling Four years and up Value to
269 first 100
Ind Horse Wt S h 14 Str Fin Jockey Op CI
257 Runsum 5 100 2 1i 11w 12 12 Johnson 5 8
245 Esther 31 1 4Jh 41 3nk 2 Thomas 3 2
2H Sunrise a 100 6 62 74 7 31 Munro S 15
262 Salina a 109 5 51 62 5 4ns Smith Ii 4
261 Billy Taylor aI14 9 9 9 g2 52 Rennecamp S2 72
264 Athgold 4 112 3 71 5li 61 614 Nelson 2 86
253 Bernardo 4 100 7 21 211f 2i 72 Frach 4 6
257 Byron 4 100 4 31 32 41 83 IcCulloch S 10
264 Altair 4 100 8 82 8ns 9 9 Rooney 11 20
At post 5 minutes Of at 257 Time 25 50 45 100 45
Start good Won easily Second driving Third handily
Runsum place 3 show 3 to 2 Esther place 4 to 6 show 2 to 5 Suarts snow
3 to 1
SCratchedBelden Lancashire Lad
Winner b m by KingstonHattie Trowblrdge Owner Pocateno Stable
Trainer J Bishop
Runsum a good one went to the front at once and br3ezed all the way Es
ther M well ridden gamely stood off Sunrise Latter dropped from clouds Ber
nardo had sDeed
SECOND RACESix furlongs Selling Three years and up Value to
270 first 115
Ind Horse Wt S 24 14 3 Str Fin Jockey Op Cl
265 Yellowfoot 3 106 3 21 11 12 12Y Smith 1 2
264 Mabel Fountain 3100 1 II 22 22 Z Gargan S 10
263 Anlara a 109 4 41 3la 3 31 ½ Fraoh 4 5
216 Jerusha a 119 6 7 7 62 4os Nelson I 2
25S Ionsle Ioble alll 5 5 61 7 511 Bledll8e G 10
2b Spondoollx a lea 7 62 5nk 4h 63 Andrews S 10
266 Iagnlflclo a 112 2 31 4y 5uk j WIlson 1 32
At post minute Off I1t 32516 Time 25 15 50 15 116 45
Start good Von easily Second and third same
Yel1owfoot place 7 to 10 show 1 to 3 Fountain place 4 show 2 AntRIa show
4 I to 5
ScratchedJane Laurel Sam Barber
Winner ch g by Yel1owtallFootllght Owner G II MlssmtiR Trainer T
COffey
Yellowfoot went to the front when ready and just breezed Iabel ran an Im
proved race Antara did her best Magnlflclo ran a dlilgraceful race
2 71 THIRD sm RACEOne mlle ElJIng Throe years and up Value to first
Ind Horse Wt S 4 2 14 Str Fin Jockey Op CI
2i2 Kl1lserhoff 4 101 1 113 12 1116 11 12 Iunro 2 I
262 Liberto a 102 4 I 31 41 ½ 31 l4 Zns GRrpn Ii 6
2fiO Mossback 4 107 3 22 21 21 244 3 WIlson S
29 Royal River 5 1111 5 61 73 4Y1 4 43 Andrews 6 6
259 SalJvarl 5 112 2 51 5 51 5 IH Corey I 72
254 Contribution 4 112 7 73 6h 6A 6lf 63 cCulloeh I 6
251 AksArBen 3 119 6 41 31 74 71 72 Johnson 2 76
25G Tavora a 112 8 8 8 8 8 S Smith 4 Ii
At post 3 minutes Off at 3524 Time 25 li 51 1i 116 144
Start good for all but Tavora Won cleverly
Kalserho place 6 to 5 show 3 to 5 Liberto place 2 show 1 Mossback show
4 to 5
Winner ch g by Lord EsterllngHalle Owner and trainer J McPherson
Kalsfrhoff came Into hIs own today set his own pace and won as he pleased
Liberto ran an mproved race Mossback may have been a trifle short AksAt
Ben badly rIdden had no chance
FOURTH RACEIx furlongs Three years and up Value to first 115
272
lad Horse Wt S 4 1 Str Fin Jockey Op Cl
SI ValencIa a ill 1 11 12 11 ½ 1116 Smith 4 6
253 Inclement 3 110 3 21 21 21 ½ 21i Wilson 5 6
2ro Elmdale 5 117 2 H 31 311 31 Otis 6 g
26i Jl1Iett 6 106 4 43 41 4 4i4 Rooney 2 2
264 Altenberg 3 110 5 61 72 5lh 5 Nelson 6 6
26 Bavaria I 111 7 72 53 61 62 Thomas 3 62
259 Rather Royal 4114 6 5h 6h 7ns 7ns Murphy 4 6
251 Cardinal Sarto 0114 8 8 S 8 8 Renneaamp Gfi 5
At post 1 minutes Off at 421 Time 25 54 115 4S
Start poor Won easily Second and third same
Valencia place 2 show 4 to 5 Inclement place 2 show 1 Elmdale show
6 to 6
ScratchedBon Rose Daly The Mouser
Winner b m by VoolthorpeSenorlta Owner Irwin Bros Trainer A Rick
Valencia set all her own pace and lever was In trouble Inclement ran It
good race Elmdale taken wide most of the way JlUett has gone back Rava
ria ran a dull race So did Sarto
FIFTH RACEFour furlongs Selling Three years and up Value to
27 0 first 100
lad Horse wt S Str Fin Jockey OP C1
2bl Nappa 6 mi 3 24 24 II Munro 52 3
253 St Joe a 112 4 42 41 22 Corey 52 3
253 Bird In the B4107 1 11 1 31 Smith 6 3
261 Chesapeake 6 11210 52 5 4Y1 Nelson 4 4
245 Llbenrale a 100 6 61 Gnk 51 Frach 10 10
263 Chanate 3 103 6 7 7lh 644 Thomas 4 4
257 Susie Gregg a 111 7 10 81h 7nk Willis 6 6
251 Harry Stanhope 3100 9 94 93 B1 AJqrews 10 10
263 Belle Brady 4 107 8 82 10 92 Wilson 3 3
263 May Worth 6 112 2 31 3 10 Johnson 8 S
At post 6 minutes Off at 451 TIme 25 15 50 15
Start good Von driving Second and thIrd easily
Nappa place 1 show 1 to 2 St Joe place 1 show 1 to 2 Bird In the Bush
show 7 to 10
ScratchedAquilinE Kismet Jr MIss Beaumonter
Winner o h by SolitaIre IIAlma Dale Owner and trainer L F OLeary
Nappa quick to catch her stride followed Bird to stretch and then easily
stood off St Joe St Joe closed well Bird had a world of speed May Forth
ran out
2 74 SIXTH RACESix furlongs Selling Three years and up Value to
p first 115
Ind Horse Wt S 3 Str Fin Jockey OP Cl
262 PretensIon a 114 6 21 21 21 Ink Taylor 32 I
242 Arthur Hyman 4 7111 4 11 12 1nk 21 Frach 4 4
256 LUxurlCi 4 111 2 41 41 3lf i2 Munro 6 S
256 Osslnn a 111 3 6nk 51 52 42 Pauley 2 2
207 Dr Sherman a 111 7 71 31 4 51 Thomas 5 8
ss Sam McGIbbon a1l1 1 3i z 62 62 62 Nel3n 6 3
261 31 JlJllander 4 111 8 IiI 8 8 72 Johnson 8 5
251 Royal Stone 4 111 6 51 74 7Jh 8 NalsJ1 6 6
At post 7 minutes Off at 523 Time 25 35 60 35 117
Start gQod Won driving Second and thIrd easily
Pretension place 6 to 6 show Z to 6 Hyman place 1 show 1 to 2 Luxurlo
show 1
ScratchedDr Mayer
Winner b g br OrltlambVanlty Owner H A Mercer Trainer S J Kelly
Pretension caught Hyman tiring and outgllmed him at end hymns did his
best Luxurlo ran a good race
NOIHlNfi SOfT GETS BY OGDEN I
Special to The HeraldRepublican
Ogden Nov 8Qgden and the Weber
club believes In advertlsem ntespecially
when It Is cheap Today Ogden entered
the lists for securing the JeffriesJohnson
prize tight plum A syndicate of local
men announced that an 00000 purse would
be offered for the fight James Dunn
secretary for the syndicate today sent I
tho following telegram to James J Jet
frIes I
frIesOgden Utah Nov 7 1909James J
Jeffries Los Angeles Cat Syndicate
organized here today offers purse of
50000 for your bout with Johnson pro
vided suits you to fight here during Na
tional Wool Growers convention and Mid
winter Sheep show January 5 6 7 and 8
1910 Signed
JIMUE DUNN Secretary
The bid for the fight was first thought
of In connection wit hthe National Wool
Growen convention which meets hero
In January The entertainment commit
tee of the sheep men has decilled to stag
a fight as the main entertainment feature
of the convention Accordingly the mVl
to wet the best fight In the bUlllness was
started
While Mayor Glassman and the oth r
city and county officials will not go
record as favoring the light It Is know
that 8 tight for the Wool Growers coti
ventlon has long ben proposed and
aanctloned and In that light the 10lll
syndicate feels safe In making the ofr
for the one big go
While the financial advantage to Oltd i
and Utah 18 admitted tobe great i
sport followers are afraid that the urn
set Is too short for a favorable reply t
the offer from the parties concerned
FREDDIE WElSH WINS I
OVER JOHNNY SUMMERS I
London Nov BFreddie Welsh won the
decIsIon tonight from Johnny Summers
In a 2Oround contest for the lightweight
championship of England Welsh forced
the fighting from the very start and
never was In danger He finished the last
round stronger and faster than the first
Lord Lonsdale presented the winner
with a gold and diamond belt The fight
took place before the National Sporting
club and Welsh ruled 0 slight favorite In
the betting
UNIVERSITY ALUMNI
AFTER FOOTBALL GAMESome
Some of the old football men of the
university were at the school Monday aft
ernoon attempting to arrange a game
between the alumni members of the foot
ball squad and the first team Coach
Maddock does no think a game will be
possible for the reason that he Is op
posed to a green team playing a well
seasoned team If however the alumni
members are anxious for a game the
coach will attempt to have the athletic
council approve of the contest
NEW YORK HORSE SHOW
New York Nov 8Heavy skies and 1
a steady drizzle outside detracted noth
Ing from the brllllancp of the first night
of the twentflfth national hone show
at Madison Square garden
Judging began this morning at 10 oclock
but society did not fill the boxes until
evening Costumes were not startling
this year and there was more interest In
the horses than In the new gowns In the
boxes
I
FLYING SOME
London Nov 8At the Brooklands
track today August Hemery French auto
mobilist made new records for the halt
mU with flying start driving at the rate
of 127 miles an hour and for the kilometer
with flying stat at the rate of 126 miles
an hour
THE GOLf CHAMPIONSHIP
R W Salisbury Defeats Jack Gilmer
ill Exoiting Play for Country
Club Title
In one of the hardest fought and h 8t
played matcbeil of the series R W Sails
bury yesterday won the BOlt champ n
snip of the Country club defeating Ja h
Gilmer 2 up and 1 to play In a 36fol
match At the thirtythird hole tI
honors were even Gilmers shots fron
the next two tees were off however i d
with the balls In each case going to LI I
btldker Salisbury won the match
The title of club champion which CIl
rleol with It In effect that of state Chihl
plOD goes for the first time to Mr Sa1J
bcry In the past two champIonships as
s me took him well up to the top 11j
rarly this spring his steadily ImprovJ
foim placed him 81 one of the strong ui
tenders for the club championship r I
seer the runnerup Is also consider i
cue of the strongest player at the 11
and playa a brilliant game
The champions for past years sr
100 R B Harknellll 1100 J Walt
Thempeon 1901 and 1002 A W uPI
1J03 J Walcott Thompson 19Of A
Copp ISOs to 19Oi F E McGurrin J
A W Copp 1909 R W Salisbury
AMERICAN LEAGUE SPENDS
1 MOST FOR NEW TALENT
New York Nov SThe National 81 >
American leagues have purchased SJ1
worth of talent from the smaller hal
for next season according to the r
of the National commission The Au f
can league dubs have spent more ii ii
for new material than the Natl a
league clubs Chars comtskey os
of the Chicago American league I
has spent more than any other cluh
purchases aggregating 55650 Black I
the ProideTe shortstop cost Comh
8000 he betng the highest priced rd
from the mmor The Washington I
has spent only 2500 for fresh mat i
Garry Hrrmann of Cincinnati ha j
I 160 for talc nt for 1HO

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