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I THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH TUESDAY NOV 23 1909 7
LI I WhaeswiiaHnsorzs All the TIme NO CHANGE IN FEATHERWEIGHT TITLE The Sporting of Salt Anthurity Lake I =
FIRST ARRESTS SEEN
7 IN ORAL BETTING WAR
Oakland Jockey Club Stands Back
of the Layers for Test
Case
Oakland Cal Nov 22The first arrests
In connection with the enforcement of
the OtisWalker antibetting law were
made at the EmeryvUle race track today
1 when E T Martin a bookmaker and
Charles Brown a clerk were taken Into
custody after they had orally arranged a
2 wager with II representative of the dis
trict attorneys office It being alleged
that money actually changed hands
Town Recorder Cobunl of Emeryville
accepted bonds provided by the New Ca
1C0rnia Jockey club and they were re
leased pending II preliminary hearing to
morrow The case will be a test case of
if the new law
2 I Rainy weather prevailed at EmerYvilie
today and the track was sloppy Folllt
L experienced better racing luck than on
Saturday winning the feature event In a
drive
The Results
First race five furlongsIlex 112 Men
try 7 to 6 won Prince Winter 112 Den
ny 7 to 2 second Dr Dougherty 112
Callaghan 4 to I third Time 101 35
Herllana Mrs Dot Clara Sal Sully and
Tlbsal finished as named
Second race five and a half furlongs
selllngBemay 107 Denny 6 to I won
Curlculum IlIJ Walsh 6 to I second
Balnade 100 Thomas 2 to I third Time
108 15 Hurnell Rose Cherry Redwood
Ii Paul CUtCerd Colonel Brady and St
Albans flnlshet as named
Third race five and a halt furlongs
Fernando 106 Corburn 7 to I won Boas
95 Radtke 4 to I second Gossiper II
107 C Van Dusen 5 to I third Time
107 45 Nettng Heather Scot Galvanic
and Darrington finished as named
Fourth race mile and seventy yards
purseFoUl L 3 to 5 won John Louis
25 to I second Fantastic 13 to 10 third
Jlme 14 6 25
Fifth race mile and an eighth selling
Charlie Paine 107 Van Dusen 10 tol
won Valoskl 107 Welsh 7 to 1 second
Legat 107 Cotton 12 to I third Time
156 35 Sea Lad and Lazell finished as
named
Sixth race one mUeRubrlc 112 Arch
Ibald 9 to 2 won General Haley 109
nValsh 2 to I second Cigar Lighter
112 Cotton 13 to 10 third Time 142 i5
Flagny and Trust flnlshpd as named
LOOKS LIKEA A CHANGE
Westesrn College Heads Lineup for
Modifications of Football
Rules
Chicago Nor 22The RecordHerald
this morning says With the presidents
of four of the leading western colleges en
listed In the fight to eliminate brutal foot
ball the move received fresh impetus yes
terday That the gridiron game of the
present day Is doomed for a sudden over
I hauling was the stand maintained by four
prominent educators
Sentiments urging the Immediate revi
sion of the mode of play were receIved
from President Judson of the University
of Chicago President Cyrus Northrop of
Minnesota and President Van Hlse of
Wisconsin and Chancellor Samuel Avery
of the University of Nebraska That the
sport Is fast becoming a menace 0 the
lie and limb of all participants is the
opinion of the educators
On the local gridirons three victims
wre added to the list of Injured Captain
BUnkhorn of the Morton Grove team was
borne from the fIeld having fractured his
collar bone during a fierce scrimmage
I I James Sullivan of the Panther A C
fractured three ribs and Bruce of the
same team dislocated his shoulder
OAKLAND ENTRIES
A San Francisco Nov 22Entrles for
Wednesday Nov 24 i
First race Futurity caulS threeyear
olds and lIp elHngMossback Ex
ehpquer Billy llyer lot JIm Hanna 106
Yap 105 Allness 108 Burning Bush
Deneen 100
Second race sIx furlongs twoyearolds
pursELNapa Nick lOD Binocular 1Ct Miss
Picnic 98 Miss Roberts Sonia 91
Third race Futurity course selllng
Yelma C Ben Srone Burleigh Fordello
Priceless Jewel 100 Iaurotanla hlllls
tina 106
Fourth rae five furlongs San Pablo
handlespSewell 122 Rey Hlndoo 110
Cloud light 1M Early Tide 106 Jim Gaff
nfo 100 Andrew B Cook 98 J1adellne
Musarave 97 Duke of Milan 90
Filh race seven furlongs fouryear
olds and up 8elllngClgarllghter Tommy
Ahearn J F Donohue 112 Heather
S < ott StRooover Eudora 100 Belmere
lOtSixth
Sixth race seven furlongs selllng
Rubric 112 Joe Ross Ingham Beech
wood Colonel Brady Orllene Flavlgny
119
LATONIA RESULTS
Cincinnati Nov GBonnie KeJeo
demonstrated his superiority over a fall
class of horses today when he won the
fature event at Latonia In a driving
finish from Ceremonious LAd of Lang
don was third A heavy rainstorm fell in
the fifth race
First race five and a half furlongs
Bonnie Bee 7 to 1 won Ferrald CecUlan
i to I second Lady Wells 7 to I third
Time lOT 3D
Second race six furlongsSeiwlck 8 to
6 won Lawrence P Daly 7 to 10 sec
I ond King Commoner 8 to 6 third Time
113 i6
Third race one mileG M Miller 2 to
6 won IIatchle Coon 7 to I second Lady
IC = ally Iii to 1 third Time 141 15
Fourth race mile and a sixteenthBon
ale Kelso 13 to 10 won Ceremonious 9
to 2 second Lad of Langdon 5 to 2
third Time 146 35
Fifth race six furlongsBarnsdnle 9 to
2 won rIght Mist 4 to I second Clnl
borne 16 to I third Time 116 35
Sixth race six furlongsloundnmental
8 to 5 won Margaret p 7 to 1 second
Voting 16 to I thIrd Time 116 16
LATONIA ENTRIES
First race elevensixteenths mile sell
ing86101i Autumn Rose 96 300 Omicron
96 3S6 Bonnie BC 96 403 Olivia lIelkle
96 403 Cambronne 96 Gacltwar 98
339 Jack Binns 99 357 Clem Beachy 99
160 Caesar 99 078 Dick Goodbar 100 40
LOu Lanier 101 Sfi4re Dave Nicholson 101
S63S0 Betty Lester lot
Second race threequarters mile sell
Ing < < H Chepontuc 95 407 Ethelda 91
387 Ned Cormack 97 391 John Garner Ire
404 Corle 102 3S7 Zoa 102 398 Cassowary
103 320 Heine 104 < 389 OUlo 108 319 Sally
Preston 109
Third race threequarters mile purse
SGtCG Kline 102 Charles F Grainger
102 397 Cogen 102 406 Belle Clem lOS
Fourth race threequarters mile handl
capSGt06 Tom Hayward 9S 336 Sewlk
105 383 T 11 Green 106 383 Center Shot
114 383 Prince Gal 115
Fifth race mile selllngSC3SI Orphan
Lad 106 387 Night oUst 106 404 Polar
Star 106 381 Margaret T 106 3S7 Vot
ing 110 402 Pat Sharp 110 247 Warner
Griswell 110
Sixth race mIle selllngStHQt Robert
Coopor 114 362 Sir Walter Rollins 114
408 Mamie Algol 114 393 Miss Popular
114 385 Lady Vlc 114 84587 San Primo Ill
BILL TAFT GOLFER
+ Washington Nov 22Senator Jon +
+ athan Bourne of Oregon took the +
i measure of President Taft today In a +
+ gait match on the Chevy Chase club +
+ links defeating him In 15 holes by +
4 one hole Both played a strong game +
+ although the exact score was not
+ given out
+ Mr Taft especially distinguished
+ himself in his driving and he might
+ have won the match had he not got +
+ Into a difficult position between the 4
+ seventh and eighth holes The game +
i was called at the 15th hole because
+ of darkness I
tt 4tf t t M + + t M + 4t + t + t + + t tt
UTAH COUNTY SCHOOL
BASKETBALL lEAGUE
Schedule of Hot Race Planned
Winner to Compete for State
Title
Special to The HeraldRepublican
Lehl Nov 22At a meeting of the Utah
county High school athletic committee
held In Provo yesterday a Utah county
High school bask tball league was or
ganized and a schedule of games ar
ranged to determine the championship of
the county The committee decided to
offer a sliver loving cup similar to the
one won by Lehl last year for the state
championship to the winning team In
Utah count
The winning team will then compete
with the champions of the north for state
honors Those who were present to rep
resent the six schools entered were Mel
via Wilson chairman and PrIncipal Bar
low of Parson Principal Vlngate of
Sprlngvllle Principal Berkholder of Hun
gerford academy J C Banks of Pleasant
Grove Principal Soule of American Fork
and Principal Hopkins of Lahl Spanish
Fork owing to nonsupport of the board
and lack of Interestin basketball did not
enter the league thereby giving her place
to Hungerford academy
It Is the general opinion that the tight
for first place Is between Lehl and Pay
son though Pleasant Grove and Spring
vllle may have strong teams Following
Is the schedule of games arranged
January IlPayson vs Hungerford at
Pason Lehl vs Sprlngville at Lehl
American Fork vs Pleasant Grove at
American Fork
January 23Sprlng1Ue vs American
Fork at Sprlngvllle Lehl vs Payson at
Lehl Pleasant Grove vs Hungerford at
Pleasant Grove
February l1Pleasant Grove vs Lebl
at Pleasant Grove Payson vs Spring
vIIII at Payson Hungerford vs American
Fork at Springvllle
February 5Amerlcan Fork vs Lahl at
American Fork Pleasant Grove vs Pay
Sn at Pleasant Grove Sprlngv1l1e vs
Hungerford at Sprlngvllle
March 4Payson vs American Fork at
Payson Springv1l1e vs Pleasant Grove
at Sprlngville Lehl vs Hungerford at
Lahl
Students to be eligible to play In these
games must be In school from now on
and must be carrying successfully fifteen
hours of high school work at the time any
game Is played
Y M C A SENIOR CLASS
ENTERTAINS CROWD
Acceptances in plenty to the Invitations
oC the senior class of the Y 11 C A
were seen last night when the class en
tertained with a regular program of gm
naslum work The floor was lined with
spectators and the entertainment offered
pleased them all Especially did the gym
nastic dancing Including the Iilghland
fling and shakedown steps cause the on
lookers to smile while at the same time
the value of the dancing as an exercise
was plain to be seen
The basketball games and races on the
track and In the swimming pool offered
a more exciting picture at the close of
the program
The new features of the gymnasium
work which have become 50 POPular were
planned by Physical Instructor Gingrich
and Ills work Is attracting much favorable
comment More than eighty men were
on the floor last night The class even
ings will be held once a month In the
future
UTAH BASKETBALL FIVE
MAY INVADE MONTANA
Ir the present plans work out the University
ersity of Utah basketball team will trav
el to Montana the coming year and have
a series of games with the Montana
schools When the university football
team played the Montana Aggies Coach
McIntosh was anxious to get a game with
the Utah team If arrangements could be
made He stated as soon as he reached
Montana he would confer with the other
Montana schools and attempt to have
them get In on a schedule so that Utahs
expenses could be paid Manager Rob
Inson also hopes to get some games with
the schools In Colorado In this event
the varsity would probably play five
games
LOCAL BIKE RIDER TO
APPEAR IN MANY RACES
leer Lawson the former worlds cham
pion bicycle rider left for New York last
night Lawson will ride In the New York
sixday race which starts December 5
His partner will be Walter DeMara and
the two expect to finish pretty near the
top Lawson was called home from Vales
burg on account of the illness of his wife
but now as Mrs Lawson Is much Im
proved In health he Is at liberty to return
to the bike game
After the New York race Lawson leaves
for Europe to take part In the winters
bike season at ParIs Berlin and other
racing centers He will ride In the Ber
lin slxdaY race which Is held about the
middle of January
EVEN MONEY GOES FOR
BIG JEFFRIES WAGER
New York Nov 22Bllly Roache fa
mous as a manager and trainer of box
ers and fighters has returnEd here after
a trip through the mlddlf west with a
SLOW commission from James Butler Z
St Louis and Kansas City to bet on Jef
fries at anything that looks like even
money
Sporting men say that never before has
there been so much money bet on a large
fight which Is Yet seven months away
UTAH ELEVEN RUNS OFF
PLAYS IN GYMNASIUM
On account of the rains of Saturda
Sunday and Monday the university foot
ball squad was unable to do any outside
practice Monday The regular practice
was held in the gymnasium where the
men were given lots of signal work Dave
Olsen the big left guard Is In bed with
a bad cold While his sickness will not be
likOy to keep him out of the Thanksgiv
Ing day game he will be unable to do any
hard practice work
OHARA TO ST LOUIS
New York Nov 22W1IUam OHara
who played center field for the New York
Nationals last season will be a member
of the St Louis Nationals In 1910 Man
ager Bresnahan of St Louis refused to
waive on him
SOCCER THIS TIME
Chicago Nov 22A game of soccer foot
ball yesterday resulted In Injuries to Har
old Caldwell 2Q years old which may
prove fatal Caldwell was accidentally
kicked in the abdomen and made uncon
scious He was taken to his home
PLAYER IN BAD SHAPE
Sioux City Iowa Nov 22John Peters
of Thornton Iowa a member of the
Mornlngslde football team who was hurt
In a practice game two weeks ago Is In
a critical condition today
IDAHO TARS WIN
Philadelphia Nov 22The football
team of the U S battleship Idaho won
the championship of the Philadelphia
navy yard today by defeating that of the
Mississippi 29 to O
STANFORD CAPTAIN
Stanford University Cal Nov 22Ken
neth Dole of Riverside Cal was elected
today captain of the varsity rugby foot
ball fifteen for next year
TIGERS LICKED AGAIN
Havana Nov 22The Almendares base
ball team today defeated the Detroit
Americans 2 to 1
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Cambridge Mass Nov 22Among
yard football game not one enjoyed t
Norwegian Arctic explorer who Is in th I
dash to the North pole next year fro
Amundsen Is the discovered of the
many Arctic trails as Commander Pea
reaching the pole
I dont know but that 1 would rat
to take my chances out there said th
Iy fierce mass play tumbled the playe
mussedup heap I
It would be far less venturesome
for an amateur to try to get through th
Iy and I want to see some more footba
Amundsen will go to San Francis
Denver He expressed his belief in D
former declarations of frIendship for t
the thousands who saw the YaleHar
he spectacle more than Amundsen the
is country making arrangements for a
m Sweden
Northwest passage and blazed as
ry although he did not succeed in
her run the risk of a polar dash than
e explorer with a smile as a particular
rs ot the crimson and Old Elf In the
to cross an ice drift than It would be
at line Ive enjoyed myself immense
11 some time
co and en route will visit Chicago and
r Cooks narrative and reiterated his
he physician explorer
ARE ATTELL RETAINS HIS TITLE
Memphis Tenn Nov 22Abe At
world was given the decision over Jim
round contest tonight Moran while ou
eralshlp at the start proved his starn
Not until the fifth round did Atte
made a chopping block ot his rugged op
swing but only once in the second rou
t > lls head Th blow nettled Attell a
speed and science that has given him t
tell featherweight champion of the
my Moran of Brooklyn in an eight
tc1assed in speed science and ring gen
Inn
11 extend himself From then on he
ponent Moran possesses a vicious right
nd did he drive it home reaching At
nd he taught to a clinch displaying tho
he title he now holds
WRESTLERS END BOUT IN A FIGHT
New York Nov 22Dlsquallflcati
Jenkins followed by police Interferen
tinue brought to an inglorious end th
hag match tonight at the Grand Cent
circle bout rather than a wrestlIng af
tactiCs and all wrestling rules were vio
on of both principals by Referee Tom
ce when the grapplers desired to con
e Con OKelly and Pat Connolly wrest
ral palace The match was a squared
fair Both contenders used fightln <
lated
PORTlAND ClUB OWNER
AGAINST GOING OUTlA
Portland Ore Nov 22Not in the least
cast down by the result of the league
meeting In San Francisco Judge W W
IcCrdle owner of the Portland fran
chise returned from the south last iight
While the Coast league magnates
stood against permitting the Northwestern
league to have a team In Portland next
year there Is still hope that this will be
brought to pass and entirely with the
consent of the coast organization said
IcCredle for he has not the remotest
Idea of going outlaw
McCredie Is especially well pleased with
the treatment accorded him in the mat
ter of games at home Out of a season
of thirtytwo weeks next year Portland
will have eighteen weeks at home Six
games a week are played here and seven
a week In California The result will be
that Portland will play 108 games on the
home grounds and 9S in California This
Is better than McCredie hoped for he
says 1 regret that we could not get a Port
land man elected president of the league
said Judge McCredie But Judge Graham
Is entirely satisfactory to me and I am
sure that he will treat Portland fairly I
I still have some hope that the Coast
league will permit Portland to play a
Northwestern league team but do not
care to say now just how this wlll be
brought about
TAD JONES GETS BLAME
FOR SYRACUSE SHOWING
New York Nov 22Down on Yale cam
pus the mystic numbers4114lls a pass
word It means Tad Jones and Tad
Jones means to a Yalo man one of the
greatest quarterbacks and football gen
erals that ever sang Boola But no
matter how great the celebrated Tad was
In the days when he directed the attack
of the Blue on the whitebarred field no
matter how illuminating the fame he
achieved as II player Tad has fallen like
one of sisters sponge cakes as a coach
and In all probability wlll retire from
football this fall
Last year Howard Jones once famous
as a Yale end and known from coast to
coast as the man who turned out one of
the greatest offensive and defensive ma
chines that ever represented old Ell
coached the Syracuse university eleven
with great success This season Syracuse
wanted Howard Jones but he wAs needed
at New Haven and Tad Jones was taken
on Instead The Syracuse men have failed
throughout the season to make good and
Tad Jones 15 receiving the blame
TO BREAK RECORD
Ely Nev Nov 22George Gibson will
try next Sunday to break the worlds rec
ord for endurance piano pliylng The
contest wiI be held at the Ely theatre
and follows a wager that Gibson can
break the record of King Brady who
played sixtyone hours at Ely last sprlng
Gibson Is in good shape and Is training
hard
The judges will be Tex Rickard Tex
Hall and John P McGeary
OGDEN IS fEARED IN
THANKSGIVING GAME
Although the rain and mud made it Im
possible for the Salt Lake High school
football team to hold Its regular practice
on the campus yestreday the squad gath
ered In the gymnasium for a workout
The game with Ogden on Thanksgiving
day Is somewhat feared as the boys arc
not in the best of condition Coach Con
viii himself is worried about his boys
and says that another week could b
used to good advantage In getting them
back Into condition although he expects
to win
Wilkenson and Cahoon are two strong
men and should be able to till the posl
tlons of Wallace and Kirby should they
be In pOdr condition for the battle Ga
lacher and Vorthman will enter the gum
at first although It Is almost certain thai
Vorthman will be required to give Wa
to Godbe In the second halt
A large crowd of rooters will accompany
the squad to Ogden and If the rooting
wlll count for anything the team will
return victorious In spite of Its cripples
MONTE AT T ELL MEETS
DANNY WEBSTER TONIGHT
Los Angels Nov 22Danny Webster
and Monte Attell rested today for their
match Tuesda night at McCareys pa
vilion fOr the bantam championship
ebser defeated Attellin theIr previous
meeting at ten rounds but Is not called
the champion because the general public
has the Idea that a championship cannot
pass unless a referee gives a decision al
though no set of rules specify this Web
ter won the battle but It was not In
BO decisive a manner as to make another
meeting between them unnecessary The
bout however was such a good one In
very way that the local bugs were anx
Ious to see the boys mix It again and the
fight Tuesday night will give them the
opportunity
Attcll thinks that he did not get fairly
started In that first fight before the ten
rounds were over and while that Is no
excuse he had adopted another system
this time in his training and has been
working for speed which Is necessary In
a short bout Both boys have trained
faithfully as each considers the scrap a
very important one
SIR THOMAS AGAIN
Queenstown Nov 22Slr Thomas Lip
ton who arrived aboard the steamer Lu
sitania today again announced his deci
sion to challenge for the Americas cup
In 1911 it the New York Yacht club would
permit the race to be sailed under the
universal rules
JORDAN BASKETBALL
The basketball series in the Jordan school
district Is now on with a zest The Vest
Jordan five defeated the rIldvale squad
Saturday evening by a score of 23 to 23
The Union team also played a game Sat
urday with one of the teams at Sandy
defeating them by a score of 23 to 21
I GRANITE ELEVEN OFF
i fOR MONTANA TODAY
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Meets Butte High School Thanksgiv
ingTeam in Good
Slupe
This aftern6on at 230 oclock the Gran
ite football squad leaves for Butte
where they meet the Butte High school I
Thanksgiving day Granite has beer put I
ting In some stiff practice during thl3 past
week and Is confident of bringinG home
the Butte HIgh schools scalp with them
Butte will outweigh the Granite eleven
from 10 to 20 pounds to tha man but
Coach Moss believes that bl trick plays
and forward passes his team can run up
a winning score against the northern
huskies
The Granite squad will not be the best
representative of High school football of
Utah but may be depended upon to make
a creditable showing The loss of Fullback
Ashton Is a hard blow to the team as he
was among the best high school players
in the state and could always be depe1ed
upon to make yards for his team when
ever called upon to do so
The players who will make the journey
to Butte are Miller r e Hampton r t
Nellson r g White c Chambers I g
Morgan 1 t Rynearson Wilson 1 e
Reese r h Hamilton I h Sutherland
captain q b Leggroan f b Coach
Moss Ashton and Bagley the manager
will also make the trip Benny Harker
who was to have officiated as referee
cannet make the trip and the referee who
acts will be chosen at Butte
ENGLISH PRIZE WINNER I
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Lieut SchagMontefiore of the Brltis h Royal artillery on his mount which
was a prize winner at the Madison Squ are garden horse show The lieutenant
now laid up with a broken ankle as a result of an accIdent when a barebac
pony which he was riding on a dare slipped and tell carrying the officer down
with him
WRITER IS CONVICTED I
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Broughton Brandenburg the maga
zine writer convicted In St Louis on
the charge of abducting young James
S Cabanne 3d Mrs Cabanne Bran
denburg the mother of the boy who
was with Brandenburg when he was
arrested in San Francisco testified for
her husband
CAPITAL OF 1000000
Albany N Y Nov 22Capltal1zed
11 1000000 the Wright company or
New York was incorporated today to
manufacture sell operate and other
wise use at any place on the North
American continent and the Islands ad
jacent thereto all machines or other
mechanical contrivances for aerial navi
gation
The directors are Wilbur WrIght Or
ville Wright Dayton 0 George A
Stevens Henry F Hooker and A F
Barnes New York
NEGROES OPENED FIRE
Union S C Nov 22When a
sheriffs posse tried to put a stop to
the noisy revelry at a negro frolic
Saturday nIght the negroes opened fire
with shotguns wounding nine members
of the posse AU the wounded are ex
pected to recover A race riot was nar
rowly averted
TWO KILLED AT DANCE
Mobile Ala Nov 22News reached
here today of a fight at a Saturday night
dance near Point Clear Ala In which
two men were killed and two Injured The
daughter of Simon Nelson at whose
house the dance was held refused to
dance with a young man because she said
he had been drinking He began cursing
and the tight started
RIZZO ELECTROCUTED
Auburn N Y Nov 22Theodore
Rizza who murdered Theresa Procopio
seven years old and Freddy Infuslno two
and a half years old In a lonely culvert
In Utica September 12 last was put to
death In the electric chair In Auburn
prison today
Rizzo confessM his crime Saturda1
night and expressed Borrow
BOXING CLUB IS FORMED I
First Program Will Be Benefit for
the Family of the Murdered
Police Officer
Under the name of the Manhattan Ath
Jetic club a new organization to push In
door sports has been fanned The first
program ot the club will be given Mon
day November 29 and will be a benefit
for the family of the late C C Riley the
I police officer killed by highwaymen about
a month ago Four round amateur box
Ing bouts and wrestling will be the chief
attractions
Hardy K Downing the well known bi
cycle rider wilt be the manager of the
cluJ Mr Downing has secured the hall
over the Utah National bank First South
and Main streets the rooms formerly hay
Ing been used by the Y M C A
On the card will be at least four four
round boxing bouts and the mana1er
promises some fast work from the best
amateur ring artists to be found In Salt
Lake Just at present there are many
clever boys In town and all have an
nounced their willingness to box for the
benefit of the pOlice officers family The
card will be announced later
SUTTON WINNER OF
FIRST BILLIARD PLAY
New York Nov 22In the opening
game of the International series for the
professional 182 balk line billiard cham
pionship of the world played In Madison
Square concert hall tonight George Sut
ton defeated Calvin Demarest of Chicago
too to 302 John J McGraw manager of
the New York National league baseball
club was referee
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PET LOVE TAPS OF
PRIZE RING HEROES
JeffriesSwinging left to the law
Jack JohnsonRight arm uppercut
and hook
Bob FitzsimmonsHalf arm jolts
to stomach and jaw delIvered at
close quarters
Joe GansA snappy right hook
Bat NelsonLefthand scissors
punch over the liver +
Jim CorbettLenhand jab and +
right cross 9
Kid McCoyThe corkscrew deliv
ered with a twist of wrist before i
landing
John L SulUvanRlghthand swing
to the jaw
Frank ErneSnappy lefthand jab i
Terry McGovernOverhand right
hand wallop to the jaw +
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Our umbrellas include every new idea in handle or coverfrom
the least expensive plain wood handle with cotton cover to
the best quality gunmetal gold or silver inlaid or other fancy
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Tenerlfte Nov 22A fifth crater has
opened and the five volcanoes are throw
ng out great quantities of lava The ex
plosions however have ceased and the
lopulatlon Is slightly calmer
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are read In the homes of Salt Lake City
than any other paper
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even out ot season
NEil COW BEST
ENGLISH COLT
Youngster Wins Handsome
Purses for Owner Lord 1
Rosebery
London Nov 22Accordlng to
handicappers and the critics genera1
the best yearold on the EnlUah t
Is Lord Roseberys Nell Gow a chestD
colt by Marco out of Chelandry and
judge by his public form a horse of yin j
ous moods and tempers He has won t
total of 61530 and this handsome Sll1
was earned ill four races of course t
cream of the 2jearold season Nell I
missed some big ones notably the Mil
Park plate on account or suffering Ir
a cough but It was noticed that whn t
he showed a grand turn of speed ar1 t I a
ability to carry weight Into the bargain
No better trial of a 2Ytarold was t r
seen on an English race course than H
of this same colt on the occasion it I
last appearance ot the season which v 0
the Imperial Produce stakes at Kem > J
park the race being worth 1116 aDd t
distance six furlongs Danny Maher L
the leg UP on Nell Gow who had t
steadier f 111 pounds on his back and i
was opposed by Sunnlngdale carrying
pounds and Santa Fin with 129 pour
Only three went to the post but as
as Nell Gow was concerned DI such 5
sattonal exhibition was ever seen on Ilf
race course After the barrier sprang
whipped around ana actually went a < 0
pIe of strides away from the wlDnlr
post In a jiffy however Maher pull < i
him around In a half circle and hp1l
him for home but by that time the t1 J
others were 60 yards away and nel1
would have blamed Maher had he aba
doned the race then and there It so hay
pened though that the American I b I
had a wonderful opinion of the colt or I
more than once has said that Nell G
could fall down at the starting poet a
then get up and beat any other 3year 1 1
In training
Before half the distance had been CO
ahed the wayward favorite had pullld >
within striking distance of the two other
Then Maher steadied him and gave him
chance to recover from the sprint ti
had been taken out et him Approach
the distance Maher gained nearly tn
lengths Griggs on Sunnlngdale saw th
Maher was closing on hIm and he call l I
on his mount for a spurt and then is
such a game response that for a momer t
It looked as If Nell Gow was out or I
When within about 100 yards ot the poe
Sunnlngdales speed seemed to leave hi r1
all at once and Maher taking In the sit
uatlon set to work on Lord Rosebery 8
colt with grim determination and his r
forts were magnificently seconded by U
horse and he just snatched the victory 111
the last stride by a head
To have given away 17 pounds an
about 60 yards at the start was a grea
performance and It was enhanced sti I
more when Nell Gow was led In for t9
was in no way distressed not even bar
tag turned a hair Lord Rosebery wr
was present with his two sons congrat
hated Maher for his perseverance In sUck
Ing to the colt and getting him home 1
the lead But there are two things wort
remembering about Nell Gow the first to
Ing that he Is evidently a queer cU8tom
to handle and lIkely to do what he d I
at Kempton park In the most Importar t
race The other thing Is still mere ser
ous and that Is In connection with t s
breeding The Chelandry block all bel
the tendency to be roarers and that is t8
main point to be feared abOut Neil Gow
HASBEEN IS NO MATCH
FOR FRANK fAANTEtt
AbOut the ManlellNell fight at last Fr
day the Sacramento Bee says If SI a
1500 fight fans who attended the Buffa
clubs card last night at the Old Payll
went there under the Impression that f
veteran AI Nell was to give Frank Mar
tell the least semblance of an argumt t
they were dismally disappointed MantE t
beat Nell and beat him proper and t
save their man from totally collaps1r
Nells seconds tossed the towel Into th
ring In the twelfth round
Nell at that time was ready to drcI
He had been punished severely about tt e
body and head and his face was a fi r
representation of Jelly He could n t
fight back Mantell on the other hand
was strong and came out of the bout
without a single mark on his face
Although the card had ltttlo promise of
being anything but a Mantell victory or
of the largest crowds of the season turne1
out They saw a poor battle second QILV
to the MantellChlcago Jack Gardne
mill staged some time ago and which s
generally considered as the worst the
Buffalo club has been guilty ot sUpping
the public
It was a ease of trying to bring a has
been back to life to pit him against a
young fighter who Is comIng up all the
time The natural consequenc was that
the old stager was shown up It seemel
a shame to subject Nell to such 8 beatIng
SUSPENSE IS OVER
+ Cleveland 0 Nov 22Tyrus Cobb
t outfielder on the Detroit baseball t
4 team today was fined 100 and costs +
+ for assaulting George Stanflell a +
9 night watchman In 8 hotel on the +
+ occasion of the Detroit teams last 9
+ visit to Cleveland +
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