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JOY MillER TO PlAY
QUARTER fOR MICHIGAN
Ann Arbo Jlch No 1SJoscph Miler
ler whose work at end was a feature In
both the Syracuse and Pennsylvania
James is slated to run the team on bC
frnse against the Gophers Saturday
When It WitS finally learned that Vas
mund would not be permItted to enter th
same Pattlnglll and Freeny were tb
nb men mentioned for the game IItl1 i
quarterbacks boots <
Tattlnglll was thought to have the beta
tI call But If Yost dont upset his plans
Freny will play In Ordes place at half
and Pattlnglll and flller wilL alternate at
< Illl and quarter The latter will play end
on 1fflSe and quarter on ofnsc
Miller las hud some experience man
b q lng teams and Is heady plucky und
strung Pattlngll has not quite satisfied
1 ot by his management of the team
Thre Is a great deal of uncertainty re
gardlul the position of fullback Clark
Jrod brllantly In Saturdays game but
ull the HPllon he has been so hard pressed
b law studies that not until the teams
lineup on the field will It be known who
will take the place
it Is even rumored that lagidsohn who
St cured both touchdowns against Penn
b auit will play at full However it
Is mparatlvel certain that the captain
will bt In the position he has held for
threl years In that case Freeny wlllre
ilace fagilsohn Magldsohn will go In
for lalt and Allerlllce will play right
half
NElSON AND VELSH MAY
BATTlE fOR THE TITlE
Nei York Nov ISBattllng Nelson
and Freddie Welsh the latter lightweight
champion of England will probably sign
articles soon for a fight for the tight
weight championship of the world ACer
decisively whipping Johnny Summers In
London Welsh firmly established his
right to a fight with Nelson whom hi has
lepn hall < flglns for about two years
elson Is now quoted as saying that he
ill take Welsh 011 and that as ooon as
the EnglJEhman arrhOs here next month
Ill match can be arranged
Nelson adds that he will insist on the
fight going at least J rounds wblch
means that California will probably get
the match Welsh who 1n sail from
nglanl1 about December 10 Is quoted as
saying that as soon as ht arrives he will
post a 5000 forfdt to bid the match with
Nelson and will agree to an fair term
ANNUAL CRY HEARD fOR
EASTWEST fiNAL GAME
New York Nov ISAmong football
enthusiasts thereJs considerable talk of
an effort to math the winner or the
finnpsotaIlchlgan game on Saturday
against the winner of the YaleHarooard
S game It being conceited that the winners
lf thisc two games will be the strongest
teams In the east and west
H Is considered doubtful however If
sih a match gane can be arranged as
It Is believed that the faculties vill op
pose It The players have been sounded
n the matter and arc In favor hut the
athletic directors declare that the heads
ef the Institutions will not permit a
game after the close of the regular sea
son
TO CHANGE THE GAME
Chicago University Athletic Board
on Campaign to AboliSh Dan
gerous lay
hicago Nov ISfootball Is in for an
other overhauling Members of the tnt
erslty of Chicago board of physical cul
turf and athletics at 11 special meeting
yesterday branded the gridiron game as
Irdlessly and prohibitively dangerous
and started action aiming at important
changs In the playing rules to guard
against accidents
The Chicago officials went on record as
opposed to the game In Its present form
and instructed Coach A A Stagg to so
notify the conference representatives
Coad1 Stagg will raise the question at the
Big Eight meeting tomorrow after
noon This move Is the first of the sort
taken by a western college and Is dmlt
tdiy the outgrowth or popular protest
against the heavy annual toll ot deaths
Rod Injuries 00 the gridiron
The conference of course can make
no changes on Its own authority said
Coach Stagg The actual changing will
be up to the rules committee of the United
States Intercollegiate association and I
think It Is probable that that body will
art in a decisive way
BUCKLES AND BAKER
MEET AT SHERIDAN
I Omaha Neb Nov ISGuy Buckles
one of the most active contenders for the
welterweight title started to Sheridan
Wo today to meet Howard Baker
ihr hp Ights there In a twentyround
I g lon the evening of Thankegiving
BJckle will be at 8 disadvantage aa
I3lter will not be required to make the
welterwIgbt limit the articles of agree
meat a1lns for 11S pounds at Z oclock
SIX hours before the battle
Buckles 15 confident of his ability to
WIn and considers that a victory will
place him at the top of the welter heap
IIp Is anxious to take on Mike Twin
Sull an soon In an effort to obtain formal
l1JSSSSIJrl of the title
GOPHERS FAVORITES OVER
YOSTS WOLVERINES
HnnEapolis tlnn XO 8Coach
Yost and the University of Michigan
tootball team arrived this afternoon
from Anq Arbor for their game with
IUnntSota Saturday Coach Yost said lie
had not deitIed on the Ineup Hnne
ota Is faorlte In the betting with the
oddsl0to7
MICHIGAN WILL MEET
SYRACUSE ON CINDERS
Sraise Nov ISThe relations be
tween pracuse and Michigan in foOtball
lave been strengthened by a three ear
agreement for a track meet It Is h pre
sumed that Syracuse having failed to
meet any response from Cornell got
Michigan as a rival worth while
hether Syracuse will meet the Inl1ians
and Colgate too Is not yet cert ln but
a track team can stand three mCets In
n season
This also will give Michigan 3 fall try
out before the intercollegiate champIon
snips Hitherto the tnterclalSg games and
tit O S U meet have been about aU the
Wolverines llld and these twineets
iverent test enough With Syracuse to
tackle there will be something for the
Mlcblgan mn to work flU
I CRIMSON AND BULLDOG
i ELEVENS READY TO MIX
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Both Yale and Harvard Seem in
ShapeEli Favorite at
Shortening Odds
Cambridge Mass Nov ISThe foo
ban team of Harvard and Yale rested
quietly tonight some miles from the
scene of next Saturdays encounter rith
their hard training das b1hlnd them t nd
ihelt championship honors still to be
gained
WithIn the walls of the stadium are
scats for SOJ persons many of whom
arc already erowdlpg Into Boston eager
for what Is generally expected to be the
finest exhibition of modern football ever
played In America
The custom of sending the two teams
Into comparative seclusion tortclght
hours before the game was followed to
day Harvard went to the Norfolk Hunt
clUb at Medfleld while Yale came up
from New Haven to stay for a couple of
daS at the Woodland Park hotel at Au
burndale
The Yale men will probably take a trol
hey trip to the stadium tomorrow after
noon to become acquainted with the
grounds
The Harvard team led by Captain Fish
was glen an enthusiastic sendoff this
afternoon There were few himpers and
even Captain Fish who received Ii ham
blow In the chest last Saturday skiprmd
about Harvard square In a style that be
lie rumors that he would not be In the
lineup
Yale Is not free from an injured lIst
and the right end position was said to
nlsht to be In doubt Yale is favorite In
the betting although the odds which
earlier in the month stood at 5 to are
5 to 4
MURPHY OF CUBS WANTS
LOTS ADVERTISEMEr
Chicago Nov ISDeslrlng to improve
the game of baseball President Murphy
of the Chicago National league club yes
terday invited correspondence with en
thusiasts who see some phase in the sport
that can undergo betterment
According to President Murphy there
may be a number of departments where
in Improvement can be accomplished
and he is eager to give the folks not of
fielahly Identified with the rulemaking
Opportunities to remodel regulations that
now appear outgrown
Thats the reason I am going to ad
vocate a school In correspondence for the
uplift of baseball said Mr Murphy
There arc scores of angles that might
stand overhauling and I am heartily in
favor of a longer session for the Nation
al league owners Instead of assembling
at New York npxt month for a throe
das meeting why not extend the sep
slou giving six or seven days to the
consideration of all these appeals from
the enthusiasts Requests containing real
merit will b9 taken to the league meet
ing Now It is up to the people tQ en1
on their correspondence
NO SERIOUS INJURIES
New York Nov ISReports that
Dad White Fordham colleges star
football player had suffered Injuries In
a game which would make him a cripple
for life were declared today i y the uni
versity authorities to be entirely without
foundation
BLOOMER GIRL DIES
Kansas City 1Il0 Nov 18Miss Daisy
Hoover said to have been the best pro
fessional second baseman among women
baseball players In the united States
will be burled In the potters field here
today She died In destitute clrcum
stances at the city hospital last Thurs
day For years Miss Hoover was con
nee tell with the Boston bloomer girls
Last year she played through the east
with the star bloomer girls
LATONIA ENTRIES
First race eleenslxteenths mile sell
hlCambronnp 96 Mae Henley 96
Olivia 1Ilelkle 96 Dixie Gem 96 Princess
Thorpe 96 Lou Lanlcr 96 Cantsol J9
Jack Bums 90 J Chalice Ill Automatic
117 John Ganer 119 Mae Hamilton 119
Seven full 119 Escutcheon 119
Second race mile and onesixteenth
sellingDr Downie 93 Chepontuc 96
Mozart 96 Dextrine 9S Adder 9S Cor
hey 9S Splendlda 9S Cassowary 1111
Polar Star 107 Minot 107 Robert Coop
er 107 Cull 107 EI Dorarlo 110
Third race seenelghthJ mil purse
Autumn Rose 97 My Gal 97 Duquesne
100 Kline 100 Belle Clem 103 Sir Or
monde 106 G M Miller 112
Fourth race mile purseTom Vay
ward 100 Tremarso 100 Martin Doyle
W Nimbus 113
Fifth race threequarters mile selling
Ethelda 100 Pal 105 Patrician 10
Chief hayes 109 Fireball Ill Tom Hoi
land 114
Sixth race mile and onequarter purse
Lady Esther 106 Creps Beckham 110
Iamle Algol 110 lIfald Militant 110
LATONIA RESULTS
Cincinnati Nov ISThree well
played favorites came home In front
at Latonia today while two second
choices and a rank outsider secured
the other events Bonnie Bard In the
last race stood a long stretch drive
and won by a neck from Light Blue
while Pat Sharp at 200 to I wo i third
First race mlleHatclde Coon 4 to
1 wen Long Hand 6 to 2 second
Royal Report 3 to G third Time
lH 3ii
Second race six fUrlongs selllng
Cassuwar 1 to 1 won Deuce 5 j to
I second 1I5a popular 3 to I third
Time 117
Third race six furlongs selllng
Radatlon 3 to 1 won My Gal 3 to 2
second Lady McNally 10 to I third
Time 116 35
Fourth race six furlongs selllng
Patriot 11 to 20 won Cloisteress 8 to
1 second Apologize 12 to I third
Time 116 35
Fifth race mile and an eighth sell
IngEarl Rogers G to 5 i won Vanen
S to I second Mlque OBrien 15 to I
third Time 18 15
Sixth race mile and seventy yards
Bonnie Bard 4 to 5 won Light Blue
5 to 1 second Pat Sharp 200 to 1
third TIme147
HIGH SCHOOL VETERANS I
TO GET SERVICE BARS
At a meeting of thC Salt Lake High
school football team yesterday afternoon
In Principal George A Eatons office It
was decided that the old members ot the
football team who have won their u
would bn awarded a bar to bp worn just
below the uH signifying the number
of years they have hen members Each
member of the squad Is also to receive a
uin the design to be chosen by D A Cal
lahan ProCessor George A Eaton Fred
Fennps Coach Dad ConvlII Manager
John McCurdy and Captain Tommie Fits
patrick on which the members of the
squad will later vote The design WIll
be one probably made to order and shall
00 known as The Snit Lake High School
Football Pin which wlll be lJermanent
hprenfter
Permanent letters wll also be decided
upon later for baFltltball baseball and
track Professor R S MqNieee will act
1S chairman until the reorganization of
the II club
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MAYBRAY VICTIM TELLS HOW HE WITH
OTHER FARMERS WERE LEFT WITH SACK
Council Bluffs Ia Nov ISJudge
Green before whom John R Dobbins Is
being tried on the chag of aiding tn
the alleged rObbery of Banker T W Bal
low of Princeton Mo of 30000 today
overruled an objection by the defense to
the Introduction as a witness of W II
Bedford of BoJckow Mo another alleged
victim of the Iaybray combination The
object Is to show a general conspiracy to
defraud
When Bedford was finally permitted to
testify following a Ions tangle of oh
jectlons and motions he told a typical
story ot how he hall been fleeced out
or SOOO by men alleged to be associated
with Maybra
I knew I was bumped and decided to
take my medlclnland take her straight
declared Bedford They got mo good
Lost 8000 and then I gave my steerer
10 more to get ont of town
Bedfords testimony did not connect
Dobbins with the transaction further than
to show that thc ddendl1nt hall a large
sum of money In his possession Goon after
Ballew bad neon caught In the net for
30000 At another point Bedford de
clared
daredThere
There was nbout I2O0 flying around
and they bet It so fast that It excited a
farmer like me I slgnc l a contract a
one prlnclpd and Mr Hcmmlllgway one
of the millionaires as the other I took
a look at the horses Carson my steer
er dud Gordon signed as witnesses
Red Leo was my horse arrett was
my jockey I was just sort of a figure
head 10 they got me to put up f5OOO as
evidence of being a substantial citizen
and to give the millionaires confidence
Gordon threatened to expose my
steer lf and he cried like a baby 1 I
loaned him 10 to get ont of town I
knew something was wrong but allowed
my mOI1fY was gone and lipt stilt
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WHY NOT fiGHT RIGHT
Coast Fans Start Howl That May
Put Packy Where He
Belongs
BY H M WALKER
Los Angeles Nov ISIf Pacly llcFal
land cares to make the popular hit of
his fair young life he will como out In
the open and declare himself as a welter
weight ready to take an oven chanco
against Sullivan LewIs Gardner and
other battlers in the H2pounl1 class
The Chicago boys present attitude is
that ot a soldier firing from ambush
Packy Is stalking In a stubborn and sul
len manner along the outer edge of the
I33Ounl1 line lie Is trying to waylay
either Battling Nelson or Freddie Welsh
and force one ot these lightweight cham
pions to present him with a weight Id
vantage of seven or eight pounds
fcFarlands natural fighting weight Is
now between the I3JHIpounl1 marK it
would be the next thing to a physical
Imposslblllt for him to scale in at 133
pounds ringside and do himself or his
backers justice
Not a day passes that the stockyards
champion does not hurl some loud deft
at the American and English lightweight
champions In the role of the challenger
Packy must expect to be dictated to by
Nelson and Welsh These hamplons
have a right to name the lightweight limit
of 133 pounds ringside When they stipu
late this figure they dispose of 1fcFar
lands lightweight championship splra
tions as decisively as though they had
beaten him In a ring contest
No truehearted sportsman wants to see
the game and willing Dane or the clever
Brltlsher allow C1oarland to come In
against them at HO pounds Packy hits
been a principal In too ninny onesidell
matches as It Is
Some authorities have voiced their be
lIeC that lfcFarland will have a hard
row to hot once lie climbs over Into the
welterweight field This division has been
In a death rut for a long 10nlO time with
only the occasional tiresome efforts of
Mike Twin SulliVan and Jimmy Gardner
to remind the public that thel42pound
class stilt existed The Cl1lcago boy
classy fighter that he 15 itandsmTh gocd
as an even chance ot Yhlppmg either
of the men named
Pack McFarland welterweight cham
pion of hc wOrld I Vh not
i INSURES GOOD fiSHING I
State Game Commissioner Will Stock
the New Hatchery With
I 2OPOOOO Eggs
Fred V Chambers state fish and
game commissioner announced Thurs
day that the new fish hatchery at
I Spring Creek Utah county Is being
rushed by tile contractol and wlll be
I ready by Dee 5 I to reC4tle the eggs
I The state fish and game department
I will stock the new hatchery with
OOOOOU eggs includIng those of the
eastern brook rainboW and German
brown trout
The laying of pipe from the cold
water prlngs to the hatchery will be
gin early next weel there being 1700
feet to ho laid This will be fln shed
before the end oC next week
Brigham adsen chief deputy of
Commissioner Chambers has returned
from a visit to the Johnson reservoir
on Seven Mile creek below Fish lake
where he was successful in settling the
differences between the reservoir peo
ple and the state fish department lie
met the reservoir board members at
the place and settled matters satis I
actorlty to aU concerned lIe says I
there is every assurance that the fish 1
in the reservoir and streams jeading
to It will be well cared for In the fu
I ture
FOOTBALL MEN WILL
I I
TAKE A LOOK AT LO
Win lose or draw the Salt Lake I I
High school football team Is to se n
show after the Thanksgiving game I
with Ogden at Ogden Yesterday aft
ernoon practice was stoppca IOns
enough to allow W 10 Burlock repro
snting the Lo company to offer a
block of seats for the evening per
formance of his company at Ogden
The Invitation was received enthusias
tically It Is understood that the Og
dn eleven will also bo a guest at t110
performance
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TIGERS LOSE AGAIN
Havana Nov 18In an olcvenlnnln
game tpda the Almendate baseball
nine defeated the Detroit Am ricans by
ascoraof2tol
WEBER ACADEMY fiVE i
HANDICAPPED AT START
Special to The HeraldRepublican
Ogden Nov ISThe Weber academy
basketball team ts practicing hard tOt
Its first gums which will be played In
Paris Ida on Thanksgiving Day with
the high school team of that city COUIU
Ben Barker has been handicapped with
his team this year The only old man
back at school Is Captain BUrton He
has been laid up with a bad toot having
run a nail In II and has not been able
to train for some time On top of But
tons mishap Watson and Roberts two
men who are Plhowg UIJ well In prac
tice sprained their anlll and they have
retarded the progress of the work
The sick list has now been relegated
t9 the rear and practice has started once
mOre In real earnest esterl1ay Harklr
hall the men seeing up and down the
fIeld passIng the ball In this way both
speed and accuracy In passing the ball
fs being developed
11arler admits that his chmanss for
landing the state championship this year
are not as good as they were last par
but nevertheless he Intends to maae the
other teams In the league aware of the
fact that they have ben playing basket
ball when they meet his team
OGDEN COURTS MAY SOON
LOOK LIKE PADDOCKS
Special to The HeraldReJublll1
Ogden Nov ISTho close of tI1Qncln
meet at the fall grounds WednesdlY Mt
ernoon has left a number of horse own
ers and followers oC thc tUrf In strait
ened circumstances according to reports
which were circulated around town es
terday
Several of the horsemen are preparing
to ship their racers to Oakland and
others will ship to Juarez N M where
a racing met will be begun Dec 1
In the municipal court yesterday aft
ernoon the Thomas Farr Feed company
wa awarded possession of a race horse
owned by A W MoKenney over which
a bill of sale was held by the company
for horse feed furnished during the m t
An action to obtain possession ot one or
C J Sells horses was settled by the
court awarding judgment to Sell
FARRELL HARRIMAN OF
BASEBALL A BUSY MAN
Boston Nov ISOne ot the biggest
men In baseball today Is John arrell
secretary of the National Association of
Baseball League Baseball Is a gigantic
Industry whose magnitude 15 apPIClated
by few To Compare a sport however
great with such a commercial giant as
the Standard OU company Is at fIrst
thought contemptuously dismissed lut
nevertheless It Is a fair comparison And
because he sustains It they call Mr Far
roll the Harriman of baSball
Exclusive of the two major leagues the
National Association controls baseball
players In thirtynine leagues It domi
nates the minor field
Minor league l property Interests repre
sent D10re than Pi0000l plants range
frtnuthme 5000 field to the 1100 pak
In San Francisco and Toledo last sum
mer 25000000 persons paid to see games
between National Association clubs The
financial transactions run Into mllllom
rhe National Association protects and
advances players and also represents thp
public by guaranteeing clean baseball
and blocking wildcat organizations Iar
roll conduct fourfifths of the countrys
baacball settling claims getting evldlnoe
giving decision securing managers for
weak clubs and doing a thousand tImings
to keep the wheels moving
GRANITE AND JORDAN
MEET AT FOOTBALL TODAY
The Jordan High school football
eleven will meet the Granite squad
this afternoon on the Granite field
From every standpoint the game should
be good practice for Granite aN the
Sandy boys are Improving steadily
The game today will lJe the last
played here by Granite until their
return front Butte The lineup of the
two squads will lJe
Granite Jordan
B ValleerL T lorgan
Ballard LE Itynearson
lIoward LG Pratt
e WalkerC white
Thompson n G Chambers
Smith R T Hampton
Fitzgerald n E Miller
Bral1y Q Sutherland
Van L H B Ieggroan
D Gardener R H B Hamilton
I Gardener F B C Leggroan
PARK CITY MINERS TO
MEET LOCAL ELEVEN
Saturday morning at 1030 ocloclt
the Park City High school football
team and the Collegiate Institute
eleven will clash on Cummings field
These two aggregations are about
evenly matched and a good game
should result The college eleven has
been putting In some hard work the 1
past week and Is In good condition for
the contesL Time Miners will arrive this
evening at G oclock and will be met
at the station by a large crowd of en
tllUslasts from the Institute A pro
gram Is being prepared fCJT the enter
tainment of the visitors tonIght
L D S BASKETBALL IS
LOOMING UP STRONG
York along strenuous lines Is now
being put In nightly by the recruits I
who are trying out for places on the I
L D S u basketball team All the
practice work Is held In the old barn
under the coaching of George Taylor
On the team at the present time are
Lund the clever forward of last years
five and Andy Anderson the don I
gated enter Snow who was to havE
played this season Is down with I
typhoid fever and It Is doubtful
whether or not he will get Into the
game Kessler a new man Is making
good while two other likely recruits
are sure of places
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I BARNSTORMING BALL
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San Francisco Nov ISThe Phlla
dolphin Athletics defeated the All
National team today In n game marked
by heav hitting Four home runs
were batted out during the game
Score R II E
Athletics 6 13 3
Nationals ° 9 1
3ttoiesMorgaml and Donahue
Johnson and Snodgrass
NORTHWESTERN LEAGUE
BARRED FROM PORTLAND
Los Angeles NO ISAfter a stormy
seshcu lasting most of the evening the
Pacific COast baseball league decided
that the Pacific Northwest league would
not be granted the privilege of having a
team In Portland next season The vote
on the question was a tie 3 for and 3
against McCredie Berry and 1iogqi
voted for the proposition and Long Wal
ter and Graham voted against Being 01
tic the motion was lost
SCHOLASTIC GAME TO
BE VERY WARM ONE I I
Salt Lake High Lookingfor No Cinch I
With All Hallows Next
Saturday
The Salt Lake High school football
team held its last hard practice yester
day afternoon in preparation for the
game with the All HaUows college to
be played tomorrow at 3 p m on Cum
mings field
It Is the Intention of Coach C011m
to giveall the men Wile have not as I
yet made their H a chance to do so
providing the subs can deliver the
goods The college lads have ImproVed
100 per cent since their last meeting
with the Red and Black and have de
veloped a wonderful kicker in Stony
ehj who has a chance to score for the
Catholics providing they can gt
within forty yards of the High schOol
goalTime
Thc work of yesterday for the Red
and Black consisted mainly of running
Ihtcrforence anti getting down on
punts together with a short scrim
mage Several new trick plays have
been perfect d which Coach COl1vlII
thinks will prove an eyeopener for
Ole college
Captain lIclraster of All Hallows
says that If ever his men were In the
spirit of playing to win It Is now For
the past two weeks the boys have nol
been satisfied with just hard dally
workouts but wben It became tq dark
to distinguish the ball they would enter
thO training quarters and run the plays
oVer on the blackboard
We have had a most unsuccessful
session as far as winning Is con
cerned said Quarterback McMaster
but we Intend at least to show the
other high schools in the league that
we aJe not quitters
I GUARDSMEN MEET IN
FIRST BASKETBALL PLAY
ThE first game ot basketball champion
ship series between company teams of the
National Guard will be played next Wed
nesday November 21 at Mant between
Company F of fanti and the Signal Corps
of Salt Lake This will be the first game
of the season for the Signal Corps team
and the local players realize they have a
worthy foe In Company F
Founders day celebration will be In full
blast In IantL on Wednesday and a large
crowd Is expected at the game The Sig
nal Corp now holds the baseball ham
plonshlp cup offered by the National
Guard and will go after the basketball
and Indoor baseball trophies
FRANK MANTELL MEETS
NEILL AT SACRAMENTO
The local friends of Frank IanteJl will
watch with Interest the outcome of the
twentyround fight as Sacramento to
night In which Al Nelli and Iantell will
be the principals The men fight at
c t li clghts which will mean around
156 pounds for each lantells chief sec
ond will be Pete Sullivan the clever
lightweight who meets Bird Leg Collins
at Ogden Jan 7
Sullivan is billed for a return matcn
with Indian Joe Greg at Sacramento the
first week In December In a letter to
his manager Frank Armstrong receIved
yest rda Pete says that he Is confident
of winning from Gregg
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COMPANY A LEADS
Time first ten points toward the Fred
erick W Francis athletic trophy cup to
be awarded the best company of the Salt
Lake High school cadet battalion goes
to Company A commanded by R Ken
dall Thomas The points Were Won by
defeating the other three companies In
tugsofwar B company commanded by
VUllam Abbott won second place while
C and D have yet to fight for third
honors
Next Wednesday afternoon the four
I companies will meet In an equipment race
ENDS SCHEDULE
I
Baldwin Kan Nov ISBaker univer
sity today ended its football season by
defeating Simpson college of Indlanola
I Ia 10 to O
LEAVES FOR EAST
W V Hoare who has resigned as golf
instructor at the Country club leaves
soon for the east to line up stock for
the Rooklll1geGllmer auto supply house
of which he will be the manager
PLAYER BOUGHT
Chicago Xo President John I
Taylor of the Boston Americans today
announced that he had purchased
Pitcher Leroy from the St Paul Ameri
I can association club
We Have Gathered Together
A most remarkable line of excluslVe
milliner and furs such as rouJl see in
no other tore In the west
MEHESYS 15G Main St
Mehesys Furs and Millinery
Are correct to the minutest details I
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Our retail department opens Baturd ty
Nov 20
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The Talent and Genius
Of the worlds greatest designers c n
tribute to the excellence and compl
ness of our fur and millinery stock
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Expert Kodak Finishing
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A beautiful line of childrens Beavers in the very newest no
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sortment of niftiest shapes in boys felts and capsall of which merty
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CORNELL GETS DOSE Of 0
i HARD WORKFOR PPNN
Ithaco Nov 1811h the e1l cia
tlon that the Quakers will be Ip tried
to greater efforts by their defeat rolll
Michigan the Cornell coaches bac
laid cut for them a much harder tuh
In preparing their scholars for the
Thanksgiving day contest than they
had espected They are none toe
greatly pleased over the allowing lade
against Chicago The weakness lute
failure to make at least three tl Jcl
downs they lay to the fact tha tilt
varsity ill still too green for big
games and are worJled lest thl dl
eouraglng factor will not be over ems
In the remaining short time for rae
tIce
Although the Ithaeans show 1 a
much better offene than at any time
this YEar their remarkable r1l1111e 11 e
credited more to Chicagos weak dp
tense than to the teams hnprm81 lent
Individually some of the men did 111
hanl work 3tunks fine tackling aui
breaking through to rip up mal t
the Chlcagos attempted fancy pIa s l
Is thought has won for him a pe ow
neat place at left tackle Teaglp SIFU
played a splendid game at left EIOJ
and may remain there If Pobb 01
Unues his Wonderful plungllg In Ira
thee he has a chance to supplant rap
taln TydemBn at left haifbitcl 1 OH
man the right halfback and 8eag a P
the big star center were consldel ihi I
btmiged up by the hard struggle i
the westerners and wilt be unab I I
resume play for several das The rf
of the team Is In good shape anI t
morrow will see the beginning of sl f1l
1I0US work to prepare for Pennsylv ni
The practice will be behind d isd
gates all the week
OCCIDENTALS PLAY 81
MATCH AT lOS ANGEl ES
Los Angeles Nov 18The Lo i
geles team of the Pacific Coast If gue
has called the hand of the Oceldel tsii J
of Salt Lake
The Oxys are a crack club comp s j
of colored men They have challel grt
the Angels for a match game wi II
160 side bet the major portion of l
gate receipts to go to the ihi t
Frank Dillon got his scattered mel tn
gether yesterday and accepted the efl
The game will be played at Ch iteM
Park next Sunday afternoon at e
oclock Dillon himself will get ntl
the game playing first base age nt
the colored men
The Angels battery will be E zer
and Orendorff Bernard will play at
short and Cravath will be seen In the
oUleld
A sensational game is looked for as
tIme OXys have cleaned up with al Jr
the local and sandlot teams At te
close of last years play the An Cl
were challenged by the Giants ano hc I
colored club They accepted and ad
ministered such a beating to the 01
ored men that the team al never I cell
heard from since
The DllIonlteR maintain that his or
will repeat Itself next Sunday
SMASHED BOTH HIS lE 35 S
Nephew of H C Prick Wrestles V ith
Woman and Both Fall Out
of Window
Lima 0 Nov 18Willlam Frick 3
years old son of the late Woo tt
banker Jacob Prick and nephew or
H Clay Frlc1t the steel magnate is
In a critical condition at a hosp tat
here as the result of a scuffle
night in the apartments ot a wen all
giving her name as Florence Adam of
Toledo The woman declared she ft1
Prick were wrestling over a glass or
beer when both pressed against i
window frame whffh gave way J r
clpltating them to the pavement
Miss Adams told II reporter this ft
ernoon that the fall through the tt II
dow resulted from a friendly scu t1 i I
over a photograph and that no J f
was served She Mid that she Cl 11
to meet Flck by appointment
Fricks brother and sister do not
cept the name given by the yom n
woman as her true one They aBllfr
that Friclc had 2000 In his possess n I
when he left home Both of hili I g
will have to be amputated

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