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6 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH THURSDAY NOV 18 1909
Wha I V OrlS ALL EYES NO W ON YALE AND HARVARD Th SfS ift Ority
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WELL KNOWN RACING
MAN DIES IN TEXAS
w H Gleason Promoter oi First
Utah Jockey Club Meeting Suc
cumbs to Grippe
Special to ThG HeraldRepublfcan
El Paso Tex Nov liWllllam H
Gleason one ot the best known racing
men in the west died here today from
tIe effects of an operation for mastoid
abscess of the ear The affliction followed
a case of grippe and death was sudden
rile deceased promoted and backed the
midwinter racing meet in El Paso last
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W H GLEASON
year and later barked the Salt Lake meef
It was understood deceased formally I
T ado his home In Chicago but had lived I
at Alamogordo X M for about a year I
H1d had bushess Interests In several New
Mexico towns The body will be sent to
l hllngo for Interment
Mr Gleason was worth n quarter of a
million dollars It is said and was known
t at 111 was a square racing man
n herecr he went
w H Heason became well known In I
Salt Lake through his association with I
t e 1 tah Jockey club Although Mr
leasun only appeared as the treasurer of
the club It was generally understood that
I roided the financial backing which
nlblEd W W Finn to promote the meet
Till occasion of the spring meeting was
Mr Gleasons first visit to Salt Lake and
un the races closed he returned to EI
las Tex When the Buena Vista track
as opened under the new association
t Is fall Mr Gleason became a stock
olt1r but when he rEturned to Salt Lake
dlrlng the Ilst week of racing he disposed
of his holdings to Captain T H Hackett
Mr Gleasons home asat Albuquerque
X M So far as Is known his first ven
t ire 1ft racing circles was hi the fall of
1Q when he became associated with 1V
lv Finn at E Paso It 15 understood that
b had a financial interest in the track
and asoclntlon at Juarez Iex just
H ross the line from El Palo
While here Mr Gleason made many
friends nd was well thought of among his
blsiness associates The news of his death
amt as a surprise to his friends In SnIt
Lake who have not been aware of his
illness
SALT LAKE COUNTY WARD
BASKETBALL LEAGUE
ThE > work of organizing basketball
tams In the various wards In Salt Lake
county is now on Last year there were
about twenty teams in the league while
flome outside organizations were permit
tnd to enter and contest for honors This
season there will be over fifteen teams
h the league the winning team being
allowed to contest with one of the strong
tpms from the Interscholastic league for
jonors A meeting will be called the
c > mlng week when those Interested from
the many wards in the county will meet
ard draw up a schedule and all other
tans pertaining to the work of the year
COLLINS GETS TRAINING
QUARTERS AND STARTS IN
JIe Burns manager of Bird Leg CoI
I s who meets Pete Sullivan at Ogden
as arranged for training quarters for
s man at Eastmans hall 322103 South
tt street Bob Watkins thE well
kiwn fighter and trainer will tram Col
lins with Kid Ross v clever lightweight
from New York as sparring partner CoI
I na will do a lot of road work and grad
ally gt into some fast bouts in train
g By the end If the week visitors will
P wpomp to ath his work
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Removal Sale
15 STILL ON
Those men who have not vis
ited this removal sale better do
so now as never before in the
history of Salt Lake have such
values been give on new and
uptodate wearing apparel
Ever article in Ute store re
duced 35 to 50 cents on the dul
Jar and absoJl1tel guaranteed I
and rnioll made
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Dont forget the place its
FRANKS i I
28 East First South
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Just 3 few doors east of i
Main I
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Uncle Sam i
Responsible Cut Rate
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PAWNBROKER
Loan 1 > loney on Anything ot Value
East First So
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Cor of Com
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A i good many of the want ads
might be called askails Ask
l1g goes before gettingand thl
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want ad are asking for thing
all the time
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The acme of style
1q fit and quality
rt is represented in every suit
22A or overcoat that bears the
Siegel labelin tact every
correct dresser in this city
knows Siegels as the place
where correct clothe are
found Every garment
4Thr tailored over living mod
els every garment fairly
TjtII glowing with style ana
quality and everyone
t priced the Siegel way
lower
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Hats of courseand the most stylish
tooBellemores at 300 and Stetsons at
400 and 500
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The store with the overcoat stock
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A Ninth East Bargain
Handsome rd pressed bricli cottage of 8 large and onyenientlr arranged
1OOl11S lIolelll throughout including furnace Lot 234x10 rods east
front Nice lawn yarl fenced and yell Iitpt Oyucr forced to sell Sc
AshtonJenkins Company
47 Main Street
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I MEMORABLE i STRUGGLE
I PROMISED SATURDAY
I YaleHarvard Seats Sold Weeks in
Advance Bulldog Slight
Favorite
New York Nov 17Arrangement5 have
been perfected for the big game of
the regular football season In the east
the YaleIIarard game to be played at
Cambridge on Saturday Not hI recent
years has there been an athletic contest
In which greater Interest has been shown
Tickets for all of the 37000 seats In the >
Harvard stadium have been Issued and
requests for 12OCo more have been re
fused because of Insufficient seating cn
pant All of the seats have been dis
tributed through the alumni or both uni
versities
Yale 18 ruling a slight favorite In the
Now York clubs because of the remark
able showing It has made this season and
because ot the general opinion that the
t am this year Is the fastest and strong
est Yale has developed In many years
IndcatlOns now are that all of Yales
bEst players Including Captain Coy who
was beliEved to have been Injured will be
In the game Saturday
Th team will go to Cambridge tomor
row and will have the exclusive use of
the stadium for practice while Harvard
will end Its team to Dedham for final
training
I HARVARD ON EDGE
CambrIdge Mass Nov 17The Har
yard eleven wound up its preparations
for Yale today on a slippery field There
I was scarcely any scrimmage work but a
good deal of kicking and catching ot
punt
Both elevens will meet Saturday at the
stadium with a season of victories behind
them As usual Yale is the favorite In
toc betting at slight odds
Reports that Captain Fish is suffering
from a serious Injury that may keep him
out of the game were denied by the Har
I yard football manager tonight Captain
Fish he said is being glen time to get
himself Into shape to play Saturday and
I row he will probably be In the lineup tomor
LEGISLATION AGAINST I
FOOTBALL MAY COME
Washington Nov 17Legislatlon to
prevent brutality In football and possibly
to actually prohibit the playing of the
game Is likely to follow the mortality
which has marked contests this 5eason
The District commissioners now have the
corporatIOn counsel at work on the sub
ject and If the situation cannot be
handled by a police regulation congress
will be asked to pass a bill which the
District commissioners will draft
CRIPPLES AND FACULTY
WORK HARD ON J U TEAM
Despite the fact that the University of
Ltah at the present time has a team In
worse shape than at any time this year
the men are working hard and expect
to carry oft first honors In the Thanksgiv
Ing day game with the Aggles
Wednesday afternoon Fullback Loen
was able to be around and expects to
be able to get Into active practice work
by the beginning or the coming week
Even If he Is able to get Into the game
however It Is doubtful If he will be able
to play throughout he half In this
eVEnt his place will be filled by Doo
little
The final attempt to get Schweitzer
back Into athletics failed Wednesday so
that he will be unable to play in the last
game ot the season With the exception
of Loell Schweitzer and Grant the V
team Is however In fair shape
AMERICAN LEAGUE TO I
MEET IN NEW YORK
Chicago Nov 17Dec 15 has been fixed
as the date for the American leagues
annual meeting and It will be held In
New York this Year the same as last
concurrently with the National leagues
business session already announced to
begin on Dec H The announcement was
made yesterday by President Ban John
son As the younger league has fewer cases
on Its docket than Its rival it WS fig
uJed It could start a day later than the
atlonal and still be Incomentlon at the
same time In the event concurrent action
on any matters of importance to both
leagues Is found advisable
LATONIA RESULTS
Cincinnati 0 Nov 17A disqualifica
tion occurred at Latonia today when
Royal Report after finishing five lengths
ahead of the field was set back to last
place In the third race and Carcndolet
was placed first McGee had the mount
on Royal Report and while the foul was
unavoidable yet It was palpable accord
Ing to the judges fFour favorites Won
First race five furlongsDixie Gem 7
to 1 won Elizabethan to 2 second
Lady Welles 12 to 1 third Time
103 35
Second race six furlongsSeven 3
to 1 won Ned Camuck 15 to I second
Claiborne 12 to 1 third Time 116 35
Third race six fllrlongsCarondolet 5
to 1 won Judith iage 12 to 1 second
Bpilp Clem 9 to third Time 117 35
Fourth race mile selllpgLudhiana 5
to 2 won Howard Pearson 6 to 1 sec
ond Tony Faust 6 to I third Time
t 45
45Fifth
Fifth race one mileEarl of Richmond
= 3 to 2 won Bryce 8 to 1 second Battle
Fleet 7 to 2 third Time l4
Sixth race six furlongsFundamental
11 to 5 won John Garner 12 to 1 sec
ond Polar Star 3 to 1 third Time
117 35
LATONIA ENTRIES
First race mile purseSG319 Hatchl
coon lOt 333 Cogan lOG 016 Long Hand
lO 200 Kempton Park 107 36 Royal Re
port 110
Second race threequarters mile selling
xJI Serenade lOs 317 Salnlster 100
85800 Cassawar lro StellaGlenn I
Ill 81531 Miss Popular 111 86261 Enlist
111 317 Deuce Ill 33i Thomas Calhoun
11Lfurd
Third race threeQuaners mile purse
c9 T H Irvin 99 319 Lady lcXa1y 99
319 Autumn Rose 100 319 My Gal 101
85G9 Iatlne H 101 86319 Radation 100
319 Kiddy Lee 104
Fourth race threequarters mile selling
86100 Sister Phrllls 101 337 Warden
106 206 Austin Sturteant 107 231 Apol
ogiz 110 314 Minot 111 056 Cloisteres
112 33i Patriot 1H
Firth race mile and an eighth selling
S6n Nettle Traers 105 331 I1Que
OBrlen ins 534 Battle Fleet 105 al
Earl Rogers liZ 333 Vedgpood 114
316 George Bailey 114 338 Vanen 114
8823 Katie Powers 114 S62t3 Huerfano
IU 295 Kings Kulnea 117 8135S Jane
Ganor 119
Sixth racy mile and iO yards purse
silil Light Blue ffI 83U Pocotlllgo 105
m Bonnie Bard 109 8jI19 Pat Shrrp 111
BARNSTORMING BALL 1
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San Francisco XO 17Ihe Philadel
phia Athletics defeated the AllNatlonals
today 5 to 4 Score R II E
Athletics 5 1 7 1
Nationals t i 3
BatteripsBender and Thomas Gray
and Bliss
GRIDIRON INJURY
Trinidad Cob Nov 17Ben Barthol
omew li years old probably was fatally
Injured in a football game today He
was kicked and internally Injured
GOLF DRAWINGS
The draw for the play in the end
flight golf series at the Country club re
sulted as follows the play to start Saturday
urda Steiner against Thompson Judge
against Hale Dinwoodey aah1t Baker
FINAL GAME OF HIGH
I SCHOOL SERIES A TIE
Seniors and Juniors Offer Fierce Bat
tle on CampusEach Fail
at Goal IS
The game between the seniors and
Juniors ot the Salt Lake High school yes
terday afternoon on the Salt Lake HIgh
school football campus marked the end
of the class football series Tje final
rewM7 to 7
The game was by far the fiercest and
most hotly contested battle of the class
team play both sides earning their pOints
through the hardest kind of work Al
though the seniors have cinched the
championship owlng to the tact that the
freshmen defeated the juniors the third
year men have the satisfaction of know
ing that they can play pall with the
champs and claim that they lost to the
freshmen because they were overconfi
dent
After ten minutes of even play Harris
recovered the ball for the seniors In the
center of the field During the next five
minutes the seniors played the juniors
off their feet placIng the ball on the
5yard line On the third down Francis
was pushed over for a touchdown Score
S to 0 In favor of the seniors The seniors
lost their trial for a goal by touching the
ball to the ground before the proper time
During the remainder of time both sides
secured a safety The first half ended
with the ball In possession of the seniors
on the junior 35yard line
Both teams came back stronger In the
scond half with honors about even for
the first ten minutes of play when a long
run by Parker and successful forward
pass trcm Wilson 0 Romney placed the
ball on thc senior 3ard line Twice the
line held but on the third Gould car
ried It over The score was tied and the
Supporters of the junior team were wild
with excitement I
There were but three minutes left to
play and the juniors by kicking the goal I
would be victorious but Romney for the
first time this year missed the bar by
several inches and the score stood 7 to i
During the rem lnlng two minutes the
seniors rushed the pigskin down the flelJl
for large gains and It appeared thdt they
would score but the call of time put an I
end to the struggle when the ban was on I
the junior 20yard line
The Lineup
Seniors Juniors
Dorlus Doran L E nomne
Stevens L TBardwell
Walker L G Clay
Rydalch C Moran
Culmer R G Jennings
Scranton R T Spencer
Ferron lcCann R EYunt Denny
Harris Q B lIson
Edwards L II Oould
Thomas R H Parker
Francis F BWallace and
Treweek
RefereelcNlece UmpireAUdns
Time or hahesO and 25 minutes Time
out for junlors3 minutes Touchdowns
Seniors Francis Juniors Gould Final
scorei to 7 In favor of the Seniors for
class championshIp
TEXAS AUTOS IN
BUCKING FEATS I i
One Does Circus StuntAn
other Leaps Bank Yet
No Injuries I
San Antonio Tex Nov liDriving his
Buick racer at a terrifIc pace Into the
stratch today In the sixhcur race closing
event ot the tour days autotroblle meet
Robert Burman narrowly escaped death
when his machine overturned Burman
was badly shaken up and bruised but not
seriously Injured The car turned a com
plete somersault just missing Burman
when it Cell to the ground
Of the nve cars that started In th
race four wore wrecked or withdrawn
The ChalmersDetroit car driven by Ben
Johnson outclassed from the start was
awardd first prize nfter ovlrlng 216
miles ia 1 4 hours and 52 minutes Second
and third prizes were divided between
Clark and De H mel
The race started at 11 oclock this
morning Barney Oldfield In his Knox
car Tobin de H mel in a StoddardDay
ton George Clark In a Jackson Ben
Johnson In a ChalmersDetroit SO and
Burman started On the fifth lap a con
necting rod broke and Oldfield dropped
out At 250 oclock Burman overturned
While the StoddardDa ton and Jackson
cars were on their 2th lap the front
wheel of the StoddardDaton machine
wheeled off 100 yards Into a field Imme
diately behind It was George Clark driv
Ing the Jackson
Seeing that a collision with De Hymel
was Imminent Clark pointed his car
straight at the high embankment and shot
over It The Stoddard camp to a stop
fifty yards further on Clark safely re
tamed his seat In the Jackson as it leaped
far over the bank and landed upright a
dozen feet below the outer edge He was
not hurt
TOLEDO MAYOR WAKES UP
WHEN REAL FIGHT COMES
Toledo 0 Nov 17Iayor hltlock
tonight Issued orders to the police to stop
the eightround match between Johnny
Kilbane ot Cleveland and Battling
Johnny Schultz of Toledo scheduled for
tonight Mayor hltlock said that he
would not allow prize fights hele and that
several minor bouts recently held did not
come to his attention
MANY NOMINATIONS FOR I
BIG EASTERN RACES
New York Nov 1Clherful news bear
lag on the future racing outlook In the
Metropolitan district came today from
the Coney Island Jockey club In an an
nouncement that UI to date there have
been received from 56 different nomina
tots 1Iii nominations for the futllrlt of
1911 and 169 nomination for the Lawrence
realization of 1912 both to be run at
Sheepshead Bay
JOHNSON AND LANGFORD
NOT r LIKELY TO MEET
Chicago Nov 17Jack Johnson Is not
ikely to box Sam Iangford In a real
fight for the championship of the world
before he takes on Jim Jeffries In the
battle that everybody 15 looking forward
to The big colored fighter Intimated as
much before ht left Sunday night for
Indianapolis t fill n weeks engagement
there
The intimation has come from the Pa
cific coast ae well as from Jim Coffroth
the Colma promoter that such 11 bout
would fit In nicely during the winters
schedule at the Mission street arena and
It was expected that Coffroth would en
deavor to fix up the details while in the
east waiting for the time to open the
bid for the JeffriesJohnson match
It Is not at all likely that I will box
Sam L1n ford before I battle Jim Jef
fries Johnson told a part of friends
just before leaving for the Indiana me
tropolis
The public does not demand such a
match especiallY after the miserable
showing Ketchel a middleweight made
with me Why then should I seek It
when I can flo a lot better upon the road
with a theatrical sllen
TEXAS FOOTBALL
Dallas Tex Nov17The Texas A and
M college eleven defeated the Oklahoma
State unlvcrslt team here today 11 to 5
and lays claim to the championship of the
southwest havIng defeated all teams from
Texas Oklahoma and Arkansas
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UNIVERSITY I IS AFTER
THE BASKETBALL TITlE
With the rnlvelslt football season
nearing a close th universlt students
and coaches are preparing for the most
active basketball series In the history of
the University athletics This rear the
outlook for i successful team is excep
tionally brisk and the university team
fully expects to cam of first honors In
the Intercollegiate claps It has almolt
been decided to leave the Y M C A
team alone this year as fa as a
contest for the championship 01
the state 15 concerned A game mlY be
scheduled with the Y M C A tean but
t will be more for a practice game than
it will be for the contest for the state
championship The schedule will be ar
ranged directly after the close of the
Thanksgiving day football game
ThE Interclass basketball series Is grad
Jally developing Into a tangible form
The teams are practicing daily for a series
which will begin Immediately after the
Thanksgiving day recess An effort
will be made by the coaches to get the
class series off before the beginning of
the Christmas vacation SO that the series
will not Interere materially with the In
tercollegiate games
The men who have appeared for work
under the direction of Captain Horsefall
are Roskelly ot the B Y C basketball
team of last year Richardson of the I
univerSity team ot last year Holmstead i
of the Lehl High school basketball team
Evans Paul Romne of the Salt Lake
High school team Jnowlton of the uni
versity team or last year and Hall
Brinton and Ericlcson or the university
team of last year With this squad of
men In the field all of whom have played
on first lass teams the university ex
pects to turn out one ot the best tams
ever turned out br a college In Ctal1
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EXODUS OF RUNNERS TO
WINTER TRACKS IS ON
The exodus of horsemen and horses
from Utah Is now at Its height the close
of the Ogden meeting sending the stables
to the winter tracks From Ogden the
horsemen about equally divided between
Oakland Juarez and Jacksonville the
Oakland and Juarez meeUngs receiving
the larger consignments
rnder the weather conditions the close
of the racing was not as auspicious as It
might have been and It Is not expected
that the ponies will be run in Utah later
than October In the future
Within a few days all of the Ogden
horses whIch are to race this winter will
have gone although many will winter
In Ltahsome by the wish of the owner
and some It must be said by order or
the feedmar Incidentally there is some
pretty well bred horseflesh at Ogden that
can be purchased cheap Attracted by
the empty pockets ot the owners there
are several speculators at work and they
are taking up some of the good ones
Shipped to the winter tracks a sale
brings a nice profit in the majority of
cases
Of the officials at Ogden W M 1 Mur
ray manager goes to the Florida meet
Ing where he Is to act as paddock judge
and timer Judge Blum also goes to
Jacksonville although In no official ca
pacity Associate Judge Earl lcQuald
has a flattering offer from thc Oakland
association and will probably make for
the California track
NEPHEV OF RUBY FITZ
SHOWS ClASS IN RING
By w W tGHTON
San Francisco Nov 17A nephew ot
Bob Fitzsimmons Is cutting a wide swath
in New Zealand and according to all ac
counts Is likely to follow in the footsteps
of his famous uncle
In a letter received by the writer tqday
Fitzsimmons Jr Is described as a likely
looking lad 5 feet 11 Inches tall and
weighing 154 pounds
Says my informant He has remark
ably broad shoulders and long reach He
is n blacksmith and only 17 years old In
his last fight at Tlmaru he knocked a
fighter named McCabe cold and used the
regulation Fitzsimmons shift when doing
it He Is not likely to be seuti In the ring
for quite a while unless he breaks away
from parental restraint His people have
refused to let him enter into another
match until he has reached his twentieth
ear
GRANITE HIGH TO PlAY
BUTTE THANKSGIVING
Granite High school Is to make the
Montana trip after all On November 23
the football squad sixteen strong will
leave fr Butte where the Butte High
school will be met Thanksgiving day FI
nal arrangements were made this week
when a written agreement arrived at the
Grmlte school
The agreement has been signed by
Coach Moss Beides the sixteen hUsky
youngsters who will journey tp Montana
will be Coach Moss Kerr business man
ager Df the team and Benny Harker of
the Weber Stake academy who will of
fldatt as umpire of the game
Ben member of the team with tIme
exception ot Fullback Ashton will make
th trip and will endeavor to get in the
best possible condition for the game Fri
day afternoon the Jordan High school
football tEam will be taken on by Gran
Ite in a practice game
COY TO PLAY DEfENSIVE
END AGAINST HARVARD
New Haven Conn Nov 17The Yale
varslt football team and subs today
held their final practice for Saturdays
game with Harvard This consisted of a
halt hours signal drill There Wits no
scrimmage
The question as to who will be at right
end for Yale wa settled today Savage
will start the game and will give way to
Coy when the team Is on the defensive
The varsity and first subs will leave
for Auburndale tomorrow while the other
sub will go to Cambridge Saturday
morning
The probable lineup follows Kilpat
rick left end Hobbs left tackle Andms
left guard Cooney center Goebel right
guard Lilley right tackle Savage right
end Howe quarter back Philbin left
halfback Murphy half back Coy full
back
+ WHAT ROLLER SAID +
+ I have no excuses to otter The +
+ best man in the world beat me and +
4 its some consolation to know that It +
+ took the best man to lower my col +
+ ors He Is the most wonderful man +
+ 111 the world and no one has even a +
+ chance with him In his present form +
+ I will not challenge him again in the +
+ near future +
+ WHAT GOTCH SAID +
+ Outside of Hackensmlth I met +
+ the best man hI my career as a +
+ wrestler In Dr Roller He can throw
+ all these foreign wrestlers just as 1
+ easy as 1 can and Is Improving all
4 the time
+ I dare say that in a year 01 so it
+ will be a question whether or not I i
4 will be able to hrtndle him
+ + + + + tttt + t + ttt + + + + + + t + f
SIR THOMAS DECLARES
HE WILl TRY FOR CUP
English Yachtsman Hopes to Change
the American Cup Race
Rules
rew York Ndv17Slr Thomas Lipton
wIll challenge for a race for the Amer
Icas cup to be sailed In 19U Sir Thomas
made this statement just before sailing
for Europe today on the steamer Lusl
tanla
Sir Thomas has been her for several
weeks to learn the attitude of the mem
bers or the New York Yacht club on the
question or nmodiflcation of the rules gov
er1lng the Americas Clip What assur I
ance If any he received Is not known
Before sailing Sir Thomas said
I will challenge fur a race In 1911 I
am lure the New York Yacht club will
give time question full consldelation I
believe they are just as anxious a3 any
body for a race I would have thai
Ing d for a race next summer had It
been possible to get a boat ready In time
If the New York yachtsmen insist
upon a challenge under the present rules
governing Internqlonal cup races I
would stand no chance to vin and that
would not be sport I shall Issue my
challenge with the largest type of boat
to conform it possible with their Ideas
Members of the New York Yacht club
salCi today that until Sir Thomas thai
lense had been formally aid before them
no definite statement could be made re
garding Its acceptance Leading mem
bers of the club held the opinion that the
old racing rules should govern combats
for the Americas cup
NEW ATHLETIC RULES
New Head of A A A Places Changes
on Hurdles Long Runs and
Hammer Throw
New Yorl Nov 17Eerett Brown the
new president or the Amateur Athletic
association has appointed his full list of i
committees and will start for his home In
Chicago In a few days Among the Im
portant changeS In the rules to govern
athletic contests In future as announced
by President Brown Is one that athlete
cQmpetlng in running races of more than
five miles must first undergo a physical
examination
Another rule declares that In hurdle
races no hurdle shall be allowed unless
the hurdles remaIn standing after the
competitor has cleared them and any
competitor knocking down three or more
hurdles shall be disqualified Heretofore
It has been necessary for a hurdler to
clear all the hurdles In order to be cred
Ited with a record A special committee
ha sbeen appointed to design rules for time
safeguarding of hammer throwing
OGDEN EXPECTS TO WIN i
Junction City Football Warriors at
Work to Beat Salt Lake
Captain Is Out
Special to The HlraldRtpubllcan
Ogden Nov 17After last Satu days
victory over Granite the Ogden High
school football team has gotten down to
real hard drilling and the boys are work
Ing overtime getting In shape to give the
Salt Lake High a severe drubbing on
Thanksgiving day It is generally con
ceded that Captain Douglass will not be
in the game any more this season HIs
knee although not troublIng him greatly
Is In such shape that another game this
year will probably leave him a cripple
and It is thought fiat Coach Brown will
not sacrifice the man for a game
The rest of the team realize the extent
of the loss of Squaw and they are
working all the harder The game the
east benchers put up last week was a
surprise to Granite and also to some of
the local sports and If they progress as
rapidly this next week as they did last
week Salt Lake will not have a ghost of
a show
Reports from Salt Lake say that al
though that team defeated Pason by an
overwhelming score they are not allow
Ing the grass to grow under their feet
and are working hard to duplicate the
trick here They are not giving any al
lowances for surprises and are not letting
up on their daily training
FITl SEEKS TO RENEW
HIS fORTUNE ABROAD
New York Nov 17Bob Fitzsimmons
has finally arrived In Australia the
place he one called home Bob sailed with
the Idea or getting a fight with the
muchabused Bill SquIres and maybe
with Tommy Burns but Bobs friends
know and he must know himself that
his fighting das are over In bygone
days there was no better but lima and
other things have slowly but surely un
dermined the old boys fighting facilities
Th s Cornishman needs the money AI
thoh In his day Bob cleaned up a big
pile his bank roll dwindled away just as
the bank rolls of other fighters melted
Into nothing When Bob departed a tear
glistened In his eyes as he madl the
damaging admission that he was going
to Australia to tight because he knew
both Americans and Britons would never
pay to see him again In the ring If Bob
can ever reinstate himself with nature in
a degree sufficient to hop the ropes It
will be the eighth wonder of the world
GEORGETOWN LINES UP
FOR GENTLER GAME
Washington Nov 17The faculty of
Georgetown university tonight unan
imously decided to suspend all football
games at that Institution until the na
tional rootball rules committee gives as
surance that the game has been shorn of
Its dangerous features
This action was taken as a result of
the fatal Injuries received by Archr
Christian left halfback on the Unlvel
city of Virginia football team In a game
with Georgetown last Saturday
PAPKE SAYS THAT HE IS CHAMP
I
I Kewlnee III Nov liIII meet Stanley Ketchel for the lIghthel1yweight
title If he wants a bout He cant make the middle lImit any more and I claim
I Im champion But Im ready to box for middleweight honors or the light
I heavyweight title
This wa the expression or opinion made by Billy Papke when he heard that
Stanley Itetchel had moved up another claM and was now seeking IIghthea
I weight honors Paplee denies his right even to this position
Papke has been training here for some time and Is now in good shape HI
says that he hRs not an ounce of extra weight on him due principal to rnntlnuf1
work In the open air He has made road work and open aIr gymna8t1cs a leading
I Ing form or exercise since his return
ALLSTAR CASTJEFFRIES GOTCH AND
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OTHERSOFF TO PLAY THREE WEEKS I
f New York Nov 17A combination of
James J Jeffries Frank Gotch Sam
I Berger and other professional athletes
has heft here for a tour of at least three
weEks ot onenight stands appearing for
the first time tonight at Atlantic City
where Jeffries and Berger will box and
Gotch will wrestle all comers H H I
Frazee of Chicago Is back of the tour ant
Is said to he contracted to pay JeCfr
an enormous salary JerrrIea will 1t8
the combination long enough to hi in Ne I
York on DecEmber 1 at the opening < 1
the bids for the JeffrIesJohnson C1g1t
It this Is successful in the east thp toll
will be extended to t110 sfst
ITALIAN WRESTLING STAR SAYS GOTCH
CAN BEAT ALL FOREIGN ARTISTS I
Chicago Nov 17Gloannl Raicevich
the Italian wrestler now freely acknowi
edges that he s not In it with Frank
Gotch especially at the American game of
catchascatchean The Italian says
1ly defeat at the hands of 1Ir Gotch I
compels me to make a statement to the
American people through the Post which
has treated me with the greatest consid
eration and fairness since I have been in
this country Especially to Italian real
dents I would address my remarks I
want to thank them all for their grand
support when I needed it
When I decided to come to America
to challenge Mr Gotch and do what
Hnckenslhmldt and Pierris Turk had
failed to do 1 ad but a faint Idea Jt
the Americm style of wrestling I be
lieved that a very strong man with real
ability at the GraecoRoman style of
wrestling which permits oC holds only
above the belt would be able to defeat
the Americans no matter how good they
were After the proof offered me fn last
nights match I have changed my rpm In
Ion In tills regard and I am not a bIt
afraid to say that not one oC EIJopes
champions will be able to defeat Frank
Gotch In the catchafrCatchan style
I am free to admit that Frank or h
Is the greatest living wrestler lit till
style although I wish Zbyseo and the
rest of them well hi their attempts to
down him
Still I believe that I am as good i
wrestler at my on stylebelieve me as
you say here that I am sorry I cv
forsook Itall there Is In thE worJd Itl <
It given a chance at It In this ountl
will demonstrate to my countrnnen and
the vast army of Americans who follow
athletics that I can best any mar living
nobody barred
That Is why I am Issuing this doRI
lenge and hope the Post will help IRe get
the match or mat bel
The only conditions r would impose
In making such a match or matches hi
that a man thoroughly afl1ualllted with
the GraecoRoman roles wOld IIct as
referee
It Is unfortunate for this really Ieasant
Italian that the ecoRomBa style of
wrestling is not popular In this cclntr
To be frank about the matter it hcks
the action so asentlal to thE American
who insists upon action and plenty of it
at aU times
But you have to give it to Ralcekl1
for being a manly fellow Also give it
to him for knowing when be has enough
WORLDS HEAVYWEIGHTS SINCE 1889
18SoJohn L Sullivan heat Joke lllraln July S 15 round at Ulehbur
Miss In 2 hour 10 minutes for 10000 a sIde Worlds chomillonllhll
18U2Jl1me J Corbett defeated John L Sullivan New Orleans SPilt i
21 round purse nominally tOOJ actually Ieee than S2OOO
lS1Itohert FltzllmmOD won the uiidisjulel championship from Jome
J Corbett March 11 at CIIIHOII City X ev In 11 round Iuie about jIOOO
net
iflDJnnies J Jetrrlts won the worlds tItle trom Robert Flhatlmmon
at ConCy bland X Y In 11 rounds House usa woMh over 8OOO
IbDII04lomeM J Jeterle defeated Thomo Shnrke Hubert Fltzalm
mon Q 1Iecooll lime lame J Corhett and Jack Jlunroe retiring from the
ring ufter the lnidDnmell fight
l003UanllI hart knocked out Jack Root July 3 ot Heno Ney 111 1
round 1UrlCM who refereed reeiiled Hart with the worhl title
U06Tomm tIaras defeotdd Marvin hen 0 rounds PcI 3 at 1011 An
geles and claimed thc title
l00DJnek JohnNoo colored defeated TholUUI Burn 12 round 10 Aus
tralln before 0 lIouNe ellUmatell to 1c worth 110OOO Thirza get 30000
win or 10llicJ JOhIlSOD 10000 This was the largest gate Hr takllI In at a
prize fight
AN ILLUSTRATION OF IGNORANCE
Eyerybodys
Many of my opponents said Joseph
Chamberlain in one of his tariff reform
speech are so Ignorant of my propo
sition as was a certain farmer many
years ago of the umbrella
This farmer had made a journey of
some twenty miles on toot to lL small
town As he was about to set ore for
home again a hard rain came up and
his host loaned him an umbrellaa
novelty at the tlmeopenlng It himself
so as to save his friend all possible
trouble
A week later the farmer brought the
umbrella back The weather was bright
and fine but he held the contrivance
open over his head
ThIs Instrument he grumbled 1
more trouble than Its worth Ther
want a doorway In the village I cout
get It through and I had to tether jt
all the week in a field
NORTHWESTERN CAPTAIN
Chicago Nov 17Jobn Iantey lef
halfback today was eleeted Captain of I
the unlvelty 1910 football team of Northwester 1

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