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8 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH WEDNESDAY NOV 10 1909
g Whats MltheTime l What in Sports j I AMERICAN u WRESTLING SCIENCE ON TOP ITheSportingAuthorliy L ofSaltLake j
CHEVROLET HERO
OF ATLANTA A RACE
Drives to Victory in Big Event
Two Oldfield Rec
ords Go
Atlanta Ga Nov 9Louls Chevrolet
the sturdy Swiss pilot of Buick cars who
has leaped Into racing prominence within
tho last year annexed another hard
earned victory here today when he cap
ture the 200mlle stock chassis race
averaging about 72 miles an hour Chev
rolets victor came as a climax In a
recordbreaking contest In which At
lantas new twomUe speedway was
opened
Two of Barney Oldfields records were
lowered one of them by Louis Strang
who reduced Oldflelds onemile mark of
4301 by more than five seconds To do
It Strang used the big 200horse power
Fiat which made a worlds record of 2S
seconds over the three rnd onehalt mile
track at Drooklands Elgland last sum
mer Oldfield took the limit out of l
hitherto unbeatabl Benz and took nearly
three seconds oft his previous record
Strang has the fastest car In the world
at present OldCleld declared after the
race
The second of OldClelds records to van
Ish was In the tenmile handicap when
John Aitken In a National Sixty start
Ing from scatc1l forged ahead to third
position In the field of eight car In S0241
OldCleld who mad the distance In In
dianapolis In SIIioo also started from
scratch In this contest but broke a steer
Ing knuckle In the first lap and was com
pelled to withdraw
Chevrolets winning of the OOmlle race
In 2t3OS was a brilliant exploit lower
Ing Burmans record of 3243410 made In
a Buick at Indianapolis The big pilot
stopped but once In the 100 laps and then
only when his machine caught fire
No Bad Accidents
10 serious accident marred the days
sport The nearest approah to such an
ccldent occurred In the elJhtyfifth lap
When Harry Stillman ran Into the Inner
g tter of the track Neither he nor his
assistant were hurt beyond a few
bruises Three wheels frew off the car
one of them rolling 200 I yards The sum
mary
One mile time trialFirst Flat
Stranp 3 7O7 second Benz Oldfield 4013
third Christie Christie 438 fourth
Stearns Rutherford 5085
Tenmile stock chassis 451 to 000 cubic
inches piston displacementFirst Na
tional Aitken S7 second National
lncald Sri1 third Apperson Harding
8506 Also ranRenault Flat Stearns
Tenmiles for light carsFirst Chal
mersDetroit Matson 9t946 second
ChalmersDetroit Knipper 94985 third
Buick Nelson 95018 Also ranWhlte
Fuller
Ten miles freefor all handicapFirst
Marmon Stillman 86496 second Mar
mon Harroun S55 third National Ait
ken 912n Also ranRenault Freres
Rainier Knox
1wo miles freeforallFlrst Flat
Strang 13103 second Benz Oldfield
1 3718 third National Altken lt372
Also ranChristie
Two hundred miles stock chassis race
First Buick Chevrolet 2t6t8 second
ChalmersDetroit Dingley 25332 third
halmersDetrolt Lorimer 25516 Also
ranRenault Basle Rainier Iarmon
REnault Cllquet National Altken Na
tional Kincaid
GERMAN WINS
Milwaukee Wis Nov 9Helnrlch We
I ber champion wrestler of Germany de
ftated Karl Alberg champion of France
In two straight falls catchascatchcan
her tonight
UNIVERSITY IS AFTER
WINNING BASKETBALL
The university basketball team under
the captaincy of Edward Horsfall Is
makIng preparations for a hard season
Captain Horsfall Is getting his men Into
line and securing suits so that when
the time comes for active practice work
It can be started without delay Assist
ant Coach Richardson who Is said to be
one ot the best basketball coaches the
statE has ever had will train the team In
the fine points of the game With the
large number of men who have come to
the school this year and who have had
previous basketball training and with the
full team of last year with the excep
tion of Captain Morgan Adams back the
university expects to have the best team
In the state this year
MANY TROUT EGGS
The trout spawning season Is on at the
state hatchery at Murray For over a
week the assistants at the plant have
been busily engaged In taking as high as
60000 eggs a day from the spawnecs The
result just now Is very gratifying to the
hatchery people who arE confident that
this years hatch wUl be one ot the best
rn the history of till plant
NEW YORK COURT SAYS
ORAl BETTING IS lEGAl
Albany N Y Nov 9That oral bet
ting does not constitute bookmaking
1thln the meaning of the socalled
antirace track gambling laws 15 the
effect of the decision of the court of
appeals today affirming an order of
the lower courts for the discharge from
custody of Orlando Jones and Sol LIch
tenstein Indicted In Kings county on a
charge at bookmakIng
Jones and Lichtenstein were charged
with orally laying and publishing odds
on horse races and accepting a bet on
the basis of such odds
Betting Is a crime only when accom
panied by a record registry or the use
of some part of the paraphernalia of pro
fessional gamblers according to the de
dslor Judge Haight said
U a man should offer to bet the la
dies of his party a pair of glove or a
box of candy It would not be the laying
of odds and publishing the same To
hold him to be a bookmaker would In
my judgment be a departure from the
rule that gives to the terms of the statute
their ordinary and accepted meaning and
would be a construction which was not
within the contemplation of the legisla
ture
No Chang Here
New York Nov 9The status of the
bookmakers on the race tracks In the
metropolitan district will not be altered
by todays decision ff the court of
appeals upholding the legality of oral
betting except that the seal of the
states highest court Is placed on a
system which has been employed by
bookmakers and bettors since shortly
after the enactment of the HartAg
new law
Betting at the tracks this season has
been conducted entirely by word of
mouth with wagers unrecorded
The decision which Is affirmed by
the court of appeals was rendered by
Justice W J Ga nor who last week
was elected mayor of New York city
AllSBURG V GAME GOOD
SAYS fORMER CHAMPION
Iver Lawson Returns From East
Thinks Clarke Better Man
Than Kramer
Iver Lawson the well known bicycle
rider returned to Salt Lake last night
from Yallsburg being called home by
the Illness of his wife When seen last
night Lawson said
The bike season which closed last Sun
day was the best Vallsburg has ever had
and to both the riders and management
It was a financial success The only hitch
for the year came In Kramers refusal
to ride In the fivemile race the closing
event for the championship as It was
originally scheduled He managed how
ever to win over the N C A officials
and they with Kramer lost a lot of
friends with the fans
Desplto the fact that Kramer defeat
ed Clarke for the champlonslllp there
are a great many among whom I am one
who believe that Clarke 1S the better
man The little Australian Is riding In
great form and will be heard from next
year As for myself I rounded to better
each week and In the twentyfivemile
race I was going as good lS ever and
much better than In the past two sea
sons I am going to team with Demara
In the New York sltday race Pye and
Hehir will be together and Clarke and
Moran Big MacFarland Is still both
ered by his shoulder which he broke
training behind pace and may not ride
The boys are all In good shape and
are getting ready for the Buffalo grind
I will return to the east as soon as my
wifes health permits
Mrs Lawson Is III with typhoid fever
but her condition last night was said to
be improved
COACH MADDOCK HOLDS
CHALK TALK WITH MEN
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011 account of the rain the University
football squad was kept from hard prac
tice yesterday In order to keep In con
dition Coach Iaddock took the squad Into
the gymnasium where they were drlll d
In the signals and were given outlines
of some new plays From the reports
received from Montana Maddock expects
that he will have a hard game with the
Montana farmers on Saturday
The student body In expectation ot n
hard game will hold a yell practice on
Friday The university management Is
meeting with some difficulty In getting
the game properly advertised The Utah
Light Railroad company has refused
to place banners on Its cars to adver
tise thE game Hand bills will however
be printed
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It its right its here
Every fashionable idea in exclusive ultracollege
styles for young men who want the limit Plenty
of neat unassuming conservative ideas for the
business man All the shades fabrics and models
for winter of 09 and 10 Black blues and fancies
in overcoats and suits and all Siegel styles which
means correct styles
We make shirts to orderwell take your meas
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The store with the overcoat stock
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I HERALD REPUBLICAN FORM CHART I
Ogden Nov 9 l009Elghth day We ather raining Track slow
FIRST RACESix furlongs selling 4 years and up Value to first 100
2 15FIRST
led Horse Wt a 4 Str Fin Tbckey 01 CL
274 Luxurlo U 101 5 32 13 12 11 Smith 3
2il Salpearl 5 10310 9h 94 44 2nk McCulloch S 6
2e3 Kismet jr tl07 2 2n8 21 21 32 Corey 3 5
29 Athgold of 110 3 Ins 31 31 41y Martin 5 6
271 Dr Sherman a 107 4 81 82 7Y 5Y McCarthy 6 8
216 Miss Butte 4110 7 71 6 61 61 Nalon 5 G
261 Lady Powell 4 110 6 41 44 5y 7nk Johnson 5 6
SI Salina a 107 1 51 51 91 8nlt Wilson 8 11
2iO Antara a 110 S 61 7 2 8nk 9t Fraoh 5 6
270 Ionsio Ioble 6 110 9 10 10 10 10 Bledsoe 10 Iii
At post 3 minutes Off at 23S Time 23 45 51 118 Start good Won handily
Second driving Third easily
Iuxurlo place 2 show 1 Salpearl place 2 show 1 Kismet show 1
ScratchedIrish Mike Diamond Nose
Winner ch m by Royal Flush IIIBorel Owner and trainer J McPheraon
Luxurto outrun early went to front hen ready aud always held field safe
Salpearl ran a great race under a poorly judged ride and was best Kmet did
his best
SECOND RACEFour and a half furlongs selling all ages Value to first
276 noo
Ind Horse Vlt S t Str Fin Jockey Op CI
252 C J HarveY 2 106 II 31 i H 31 1M Phnrrls 8 S
iisi M Canomann 2 tO 4 InIt 11 12 1 RoOno 1 8 4
24 fY I Smith 6 4
5151 Eel 2 1021 21
2GS Marvel P 8 I 54 IiY Jl McCarthy 7 S
5159 Roberta 2 91 9 42 1 64 b4 Gargan 7 3
21 Robt Mitchell a119 7 41 43 41 6nk Nelson 10 U
2 t8 Dr Howell a 1193 88 81 82 71 Heavener 9 s
22 Dora Pi1ne 2 101 Ii II 64 S8 WIlSOn Si 55
m FauMlsa 2 101 2 9 9 0 9 JohlUOl1 7 10
At post 44 minutes Off at 310 rime 21 36 50 25 57 Start bad Won driv
Ing Second and third easily
Harvey place 3 show 82 Mona place 4L show 13 Eel show 35
ScratchedGlare Chanllte lI Genevieve
Winner b c by SeorpionWavelette Owner N A Dickey Trainer N Evan
Harvey outrun early gradually closed on lenders and with n great rush just
sot up Mont ran her usual race and had no excusc Eel did her best Dora
Paine no chance with break
THIRD RACESix furlongs 4 years and up Value to firs 100
277
1M Horse Wt S y Str Fin Jockey Op Cl
23 Maud MeG 5 IOi 2 1h Ins 11 11 McCarthy 10 10
243 Ross Daly 4 107 4 54 211 23 21 Curey 4 3
236 Cobleskill 5 107 7 7 51 Y 35 McCulloch S 8
261 Invader G 110 6 61 64 4nk 41 Smith 32 52
238 Bonton 4 107 8 8 3nk 62 53 WiiSon 4 6
265 Lancashire Lad 4101 3 iI 71 71 62 Rooney 8 6
274 Mabel Holland 51Oi 1 21 41 5h 72 Johnson 8 S
273 Belle IIrady 4 100 5 42 8 S 8 Nelson 4 Ii
At post 2 minutes Off at 460 TIme 26 51 45 119 25 Start good Won
cleverly Second and third easily
Maud place 4 show 2 ROiIe Daly place 15 show 25 Cobleskill show 1
ScratchedF Downey HI Caul Cap Elmdale Valencia r rouser
Winner b m by OrsinaMinnie C Owner Clear Lake stables Trainer C C
Emmert
Maud at home In the going went to front after the start and breezed Rose
Daly z > good mudder best of others Cobleskill closed fast
FOURTH RACEFive furlongs selling all ages Value to first U
218
Ind Horse Wt S Str Fin Jockey Op Cl
21i1 Fore 3 115 1 11 12 11 12 Wilson S 45
274 Arthur Hyman 4110 5 21 2 2y 23 Frach S 10
249 I May Bride 2 102 5 42 32 31 31 Smith 6 10
273 St Joe n 108 6 644 5h 4n 41 Rool1e
25S Albion H 4 10t 3 51 63 62 5h McCarthy 6 8
2i6 Jack Paine 4 120 2 7 7 7 610 IcCulioch i2 2
200 Antioch 3 105 7 31 41 5nk 7 Corey 32 6
Coupled In betting as Irwin entry
At post 14 minute Off at 42ii Time 25 35 51 101 25 Start good Won ealilly
Second and third same
Fort place 12 show 14 Hyman place 4 show 32 Bride show 65
ScratchedBalerlan Hereafter
Winner ch r by CesarlonInfluent Owner Irwin Bros Trainer A Ridk
Fore a rare mudder went to front at once and never was In danger Hyman I
ran a good race May Bride did her best I
279 FIFTH RACEFour furlongs selling 4 years and up Value to first 115
lnd Horse Wt S II Sh Fin Jockey Op Cl
2ti7 Mol Montrose 4111 3 12 12 11 ½ 1ns Smith 2 4
2 Burning Bush 5114 2 221h 22 ½ 23 23 JJhnson I 2
24J3 Halton 5 111 1 31 31 42 33 Wilson G 3
265 Lukeramus 4 102 4 tt 44 5nk 41y Corey 4 4
5281 lazapan a 111 5 65 65 65 51 Andrews 4 9
263 llarwood a l1t 6 93 53 3h 67 McCarthy 4 1
273 May Worth 6 111 7 7 7 7 8 Bledsoe 6 10
I Al post 34 minutes Off at 4ii8 Time 25 45 52 25 Start good fCl all but
May Worth Won driving Second and I easily
Mollie place 2 show 1 Bush place L show 12 Halton show 12
ScratchedLibervale Bird In Bush Sam F
Winner ch m by CesarlonBeslque Owner J T Strite Co Trainer J T
StriteIollle
Iollle Montrose a bear In the mud Set a terrific pace and just lasted Bush
ran It swell race Halton best of others
280 SIXTH RACESeven furlongs selling 3 years and up Value to first 116
Ind Horse Wt S n Str FIn Jockey Op Cl
m Ierllngo 6 110 6 11 23 16 Rooney 75 3
2i2 Inclement 3 111 1 2 S 22y 23 Wilson 3 2
2i2 Card Sarto a 112 4 Ins 4 38 JOhnson 4 i
m Aks At Den 3 111 fj S 41J4 MeCulioch 4 I
21 Geo Gray ton 3 107 8 51 511 Murphy 8 1
2i5 Probe a 110 7 G 6 Dledsoe 20 J
259 Dorenn Prince 6112 t fell Pauloy 8 S
29 Huapala a 112 3 fell Iunro I 4
Too dark to distinguish colors
At post 2 minutes Off at 1iI Time 26 15 52 15 119 25 132 4i Start good
Von galloping Second and thl1t same
Mcrllngo place 1 show 12 Inclement place 710 show 12 Sarto show 1
ScratchedAltenberg L Buttercups
Winner ch h by OrnamentMarie X Owner Hogan R Trainer F Rinehart
Merllrgo a bear In the mud went to the front when ready and breezed In
Clemert no excuses Sarto beet of others
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RACING ASSOCIATION
commencing Saturday Oc 30 DDd
Continuing 13 Days
Six or more hlhclass races daily
ItACIXG ILUX on SIIIXE
ladles admitted free Mondays and
Fridays
4misiofl 0 cents Including
Grand Stand
Special rare from Salt Lake 3n 1
return1 Oregon Short 11
Train leaves at 100 p m reurnlr
immediately after the races or a
train the lame or following dl
This rate Is open to all
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Frank Gotch Champion of Them All
Chicago Nov 9Frank Gotch champion wrestler of the world de
feated Giovanni Raicevich of Italy in two straight falls at the Coliseum
here tonight The first fall was in 16 minutes 28 seconds and the sec
ond in 5 minutes 28 seconds
The match was witnessed by the largest and most enthusiastic crowd
that has attended a wrestling bout since the GotchHackenschmidt con
test in Chicago two years ago
W1ie the wrestlers were Introduced i
they were greeted with applause the
throng In the Coliseum crowding th2
aisles and preventing progress until the
police could restore order
Gotch won the first fall with a crotch
and bar arm hold The Italian gave a
fine exhibition of wrestling skill but the
champion was too agile and strong for
him Gotch had his famous toe hold on
the foreigner four or five time but
Ralcevlch resisted It successfully the
crowd giving a tumultuous cheer when
Gotlh though smHtng changed his tac
tics
In the second fall Gotch pinned his an
tagonist to the mat In 5 minutes and 23
seconds with a crossleg hammer and
wrist lock hold
Before the championship match a telE
gram from Youseff Mahmout whom
Gotch defeated last year challenging the
winner of the match was read from the
ringside Americas who participated In
one of the preliminaries announced that
he would accept the challenge If It wen
not taken by Gotch
In the preliminaries Jack Olsen of
Brooklyn defeated Dick Sorensen of Chi
cago for the middleweight championship
In two straight fall
PETE SULLIVAN READY
TO MEET BIRD COLliNS
The HeraldRepublican has received the
following letter from Pete Sullivan th
local lightweight who won a flattering
decision over Indian Joe Gregg al sacra
mento some weeks ago Pete writes from
Sacramento
A few words to let you know about the
boxing game here Iantell and Al Nelli
I meet here Nov 19 and I get the next date
I probably the first week In December I
I meet IndIan Joe Gregg again as the pub
lic Is anxious for another meeting be
tween us
Has Joe Burns still got Bird Leg Col
lins In Salt Lake If he can show me
some good coney In fighting Collins I will
come on the first train for Salt Lake 1t
I Is the money that counts and you cant
blame one for trying to get It
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HOPE SHOWS fOR BOXING
GAME IN NEW YORK
New York Nov 9Sportfng men arc
highly pleased over the success of the
Olympic Athletic club In producing a
number of boxing bouts the first that
New York has seen since pOlice activ
Ity stopped the KetchelLangtord go
and 1t Is expected that other clubs will
try to open Some even predict that
the fighting game will be restored
soon to Its former standing and that
most of the old clubs will come back
Into existence Already a number of
clubs are planning flstlc bouts
JEFF OPERATED UPON
I New York Nov 9James J Jef
frIes yesterday underwent an operation
on his nose for the purpose of perfect
Ing his breathIng apparatus and the
operation was pronounced successful
After It was over Jeffries declared that
he never felt better In his life and it
was only a question of taking off sur
plus weight to tit him for entering
the ring with Jack Johnson
I DEFEAT SUGAR HOUSE
In a hard fought game ot football
yesterday the Stars trimmed the Sugar
HOUse team In two 20minute halves
by the score of 16 to 6 The Stars and
Blue Dells will play at Walkers field
Saturday afternoon ThE lineup
Stars Sugar House
Stillwell I E Bathes
McCallopL T Watkins
Brown L G Jackson
CaeyMannC EmelsGarnett
G Lindsay
Carroll and BlbbR T Irvin
E Barton
WardHarrisQ n Hansen
BrinkleyL H D Pratt
Heullser R H B White
Edmonds
Fuccy F D Swarta
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HIGH SCHOOL JUNIORS
fURNISH HARD PRACTICE
The Salt Lake High school football
tfam defeated tile junior eleven yester i
day afternoon on the High school campus
by a score of 11 to O The school team
had the best of the argument through
out Convlll making the first touchdown
after breaking through the lIre and run I
ning nearly the whole length of the field
The juniors played a hard game succeed
Ing once In rushing the ball to their op
ponents fiveyard line where they were
held for down The lineup
High School Juniors
GodheKeslerL E I1dgleyRomne
Ilkensen
ylmmerL G Clay
JuddKlcbyL T Bardwell
Mcintyre
BackmanC Moran
Vallaee R G Treweek
T Spencer
Gallacher Denn
MargettsII E Yunt
Romne
FitzpatrickQ McCarty
WetzelWheelingR H D Gould
Goodspeed
H D Parker
RomneyConvlllF D Wallace
Referee Coach Comlll umpire Reeve
Richardson
JOHN l VJllL REfEREE
BOUT IF SELECTED
New York NOV 9John L Sullivan
who has been mentioned as a possible
referee for the JeffriesJohnson fight
has this to say about It
If I am asked to offIciate I will
accept The American public knows
me and my reputation and that I
would render a fair and unbiased ver
dt If I am the third man In the
ring there will be no loafing or stall
Ing The men will have to fight from
the handshake until one Is beaten I
will guarantee the public a run fOr Its
money
Jeffries has a black eye the result
of his first public exhibition boxing
bout with SInn Berger since arrange
ments for his fight with Johnson were
wade
JORDAN HIGH WINS
In a cleverly played game of football
on the Sandy high school gridiron yester
day afternoon the Jordan high school foot
ball team defeated the Collegiate team
from Salt Lake by the score of 6 to 0
ror thirty minutes the two aggregations
of husky youngsters battled nil over the
field neither eleven being able to core
In he last half the Jordan boys fought
every inch of the way and were success
ful finally when but five minutes re
I mained to play In sending Gardner over
the line for a touchdown The two tEams
will met Frtds of this week on the
Collegiate gridiron for a return game
ARE UNABlE APPROACH
Champion Woman Golf Player Says
American Game Is Other
wise Good
New York NOV 9I1ss Dorothy
Campbell the British and American
golf champion In giving her estimate
ot American golfers states that the
only criticism she could offer Is that
the American players are slightly be
hind their English sisters In the ap
proach shot She declared that there
was 110 room for any Improvement In
the long game of America and great
ly admired the drives and brassle shots
ot Mss Curtiss
MINOR lEAGUES MEET I
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First Day Sees but Routine Work
Election of Officers and
Coast Match Today
Memphis Tenn Nov 9The National
Association of Minor Leagues held the
opening sessIon of Its annual meeting
here today but transacted only routine
business Election of officers and rati
fication of the action of the national
board of arbitration In admitting the
California state league In class B will
be brought before the meeting tomorrow
Nineteen leagues were represented
All the leagues In class A and class D
were represented with the exception ot
the Eastern league a member of the
former class
President Sexton appointed a commit
tee of five to revise the agreement under
which the national association now ex
Ists Those on the committee are J H
Farrell New York state league James
ORourke Cincinnati league T H Mur
mane New England league Vllliam
Grayson American association and Pres
Ident Sexton
Several trades and sales were made to
day and more are said to be pending
The draft of Pitcher Allen ot the Seat
tle Northwestern league club by Memphis
has been allowed
The agreement drawn by Secretary J
Farrell of the National association and
President Frank Herman of the Califor
nia state league was reeehed favorably
Under Its terms the Californians will be
permitted to keep all players now with
them who have violated their reserve
clauses or contracts Most of these have
broken their reserve clauses and will be
forced to remain In the California state
league two years and If they ara not
sold or drafted they will revert to the
club having a claim upon them
CHESS DAY BEGINS
Lexington Ky Nov 9The chess
championship of America Is Involved
In a series of 16 game which began
here today with J W Showalter ot
Georgetown Ky and Frank J Mar
shall of Brooklyn N Y as the con
testants
JOHNSONS LAWSUIT
Chicago Nov 9Jack Johnson the
heavyweight puglllstlc champion to
day obtained a continuance until Nov
11 In the action brought against him
by Yank Kenny his former tral
er for 2000 alleged by Kenny to be
due him for services
CRACK BUTTE GOlfER
IS HERE FOR MATCH I
Jack Pirie professlcnal golf Instructor
for the Butte Country club arrived yes
terday one ot the principal reasons for
his visit being a special matdl with W A
Hoare Instructor for the local Country
club The match has aroused much Inter
est with the local amateur players and a
handsome purse has been arranged for
With the bad weather It does not look
like the match before Thursday or Friday
IIr Pirie Is a native of St Andrews Scot
land and while a young man Is admitted
one of the best professionals In the west
Latonia Entries
First race mile and a sixteenth
T M Irvin 102 Dr Vlhson 10 LAdy
Ielton 102 Cogen 105 Uneeda 101 Ca
rondelet 107 Ed G 101 Mllron B 107
Lady Welles 107 Colonel Ashemeade
107 Judith Page 107 Neath 101 Fer
rand Ceclllan 101 Jack hans 1141
Second racelIlle and a sixteenth
Battle Creek 105 Admonish lOS Net
tie Traver 105 Mlque ODrlen 10li Mc
Nally 105 Harkaway HIS Peter Pender
lOS Gold Treasure 114 Huerfano 114
El Dorado 117 Black Hawk 117 Red
Hussar 117
Third race six furlongsHy Wolf
97 Marse Abe 105 Bruce Rice 101
Ceremonious 110 Tremargo 110 Selglk
110Fourth
Fourth race six furlongsDelle
Clem 106 Captain Glore 105 Royal He
port 108 Handzaretta 111 Howdy How
dy 115
Fifth < race seven furlongsVarden
101 Ned lIcCarmack 101 Salnlster Itl
Clalrborne 104 Camel 104 PatrIot 184
Corley 105 Posing 106 Katie Power
106 Polar Star 1116 Lady Vie 106
Deuce 109 Thomas Calhoun 1419
Youthful 114
Sixth race mile and a QuarterYa
nen 106 Wedgewood 106 Stone Street
10fj Coaster 106 Lane Allen 16
Crepps Beckman 119
Latonia Results
First race five furlongsIae Hen
ley 7 to I won Olivia 1ckle 10 to I
second Ethel IV 100 to 1 third TIme
101 35
Second race six furlongsPatrol i
to 5 won Fundamental 2 to 1 sec
ond Night Mist 5 to 1 third TIme
114 15
Third race mile and 70 yards
Stoneman 7 to 1 won Otfllo Z to 1 I
second Admonltor 10 to 1 third TIme
146 45
Fourth race six furlongs Golden
Widow handlcapT M Green 11 to
5 won Bellwether 3 to I second All
Red 3 to I third TIme 113 45
Fifth race mileMy Gal 11 to S
won IIadatfon 10 to 1 second Hat
chle Coon 4 1 to 1 third Time lU 25
Sixth race mile and 70 ardsHow
ard Pearson 7 to 1 won Minot 6 tc
1 second Many Colors 7 to 1 thIrd
Time 146 45
FIGHT TO DRAW
Boston Nov 9Jlmmy Walsh of D1
ton bantamweight champion and Tom
my OToole of Philadelphia fought
twelve round to a draw here tonight
although Walsh put the Philadelphia boy
down for the count of nine In the tenth
round
EXCURSIONS OGDEN RACES
Via Oregon Short LIne
110 round trip dally except Sundays
to Nov lt Train leans 1 p m Last
train returning leaves Ogden 950 D m
UOOERS HAVE INNING
AT OGDEN RACE CARD
Sloppy Track Gives Wise Players
ChanceTwo Spills in
Last Race
Special lo Th Heral1Rcplblican
Ogden Nov BWIth rain mud and
sloppy condlUons In abundance thE mud
dam bad their Inning at the rare trax
today For the first two races the track
was only heavy but with more ran It
was real mud before the close At the
time of the last race the dartne mad
It impossible to distinguish the hors > >
Just after the start in the last racO the
field jammed and PaulEY on Dorian Print
and Munro on H1lapala were unlteIt a >
the borss stumbled Luckily no aTI
dents resulted
Fore running with St Joe In the Irwin
entry was th only deelrlOd favorite to
come home although good play was St 11
throughout on horses that tmbhed In r 1
money Fr Arthur Hyman and Hay
Bride ran one two three all th way
around
Charles J Harvey at 8 to 1 was th only
winner to come from blhlnd the oth I
leading all the way Harvey show d I
wonderful closing rush and wore dvi
Mona Conamann and thp Ed the toi
crack sprinters In the strtch
With Incllments wellknown Ilkln f
the mud a heavy play set in on un f
In the last race Roonpy got MerHz
away In front however and plow 1
through the heavy track at a dip ton frt
to be caught The bad wathpr kept the
crowd down but the play was lively
TODAY AT OGDEN
First race five furlongs selling 3year
olds and up
Index Weight IndEx WdgJt
8 Salina lll zs i Al Hamptoni
Alir 111 2m Orifamb 111
n Taylor 111 m Irish Mike III
Sunrise 111 266 Miss Bmtr1r
201 TattelP 1417
Second race five furlongs selling 3
yearoIdIJ and u
Index w eight Index Weight
Chitterlings 11j 269 Brnardo 111
it8 AIIvta I07I2fi3 Sylvia IT 111
m AthtJold 1141271 M Fountn
f Arlfn 111126 Yolo 1r
rio May Worth 111
Third race one mile sliing 3Par
olds and up
Index Weight rfndex Wiigit
m Stllpearl 111 277 M Hollandr 117 1
m Kismet Jr l07i 2t4 Carmellna 7
AI Collins 105262 Dor Ann 1
mI Spondoolix 107262 AUlal8ln 17
Fourth race seven furlongs selHn 3
rearolds and up
Index Velghtlndex Wigr
250 Ierlfnno 99 243 The foUS1 i 1 f
m Elmdal 99 291 Kerry 11 1
Car Sarto 1011271 Prptpns10n
Trocba 103272 Valencia
2 Inclement 106 266 Eth Day 111
372 Bavaria 101
FIfth race one mile selling 3year i
and up
IJMIex eight Ilndex Wein I t
HI Caul Cap107 211 Kalserhoff fl 1 i
2 Ineberry 102 2i9 Surety h 1 7 F
21 lAdy Alicia 1O1 272 R Royal
Dr Mayer 102 2il Libprto 1
211 Iback 1021
Sixth race six furlongs selling 3year
olds and up
Index Weight Index We t
S Barber 100 275 Miss Butte 1 j
fIO Jerusha 1fj 251 Fr of Elgin 1
270 yet Foot 108 2i5 L Powell 11
lI Dr Bowel lot 265 Jane Laurel J
270 Iapmlflclo 112 m H Stanhopl S
SI Esther M 144
Apprentfce allowance
GRANITEBUTTE GAME
WILL NOT TAKE PLACE
Coach Mess of the Granite high chn 1
will not take his bunch of huskls I I
Butte this year for a game again II
local high school there The negotitj
whIch have been pending for sonll t n t
past were called off yesterday when f
receIved a telegram from th Butt p I
to the effect that It would hP imprui
for them to changE their datt for Xm
Nothing was sd about a game later
the season As the cas > > look now 13
will keep his mn here and will pw
with the teams already on ti > IChfrlulo
Saturday Granite will mak the trip to
Ogden where a game with tilt high 3 h 1
lads there will take place Miller the n1
and one of the stars of the team will
out of the game for the rest of the s
son due to a broken collarbone receiv d
In last weeks game
KENTUCKY HORSEMAN IS
TAKING WINNINGS HOME
John H Gore and wife ot Loulsm
Ky registered at the Cullen last nlg
en route home aftEr a summer and I I
spent In the northwest Mr GOre i
horseman of prominence in the blu gr
state He has been running three 4v
olds on the Seattle track all summer I I
and 18 returning with a tidy fortune fr
their winnIngs In one race besides
2000 purse Mr Gore won 7000 betting
Hopewell his favorite horse
MARSHALl WINS
Lexington Ky Nov iFrank J 7sf
shall of New York defeated J W
walter of Georgetown Ky 1D tin f
match game for the ciess hampionl
of the Vnlted States which began h
today 3howaltEr resigned after the fH I
second move In a Petroff defense
New type new presses and compft
help means firstctaS printingwI h
them Century Printing Company I
Postotfiee Place

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