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I Whats All What the Time in Sports A SALT LAKE BOOSTER TEX RICKARD The Sporting of Salt Authority Lake
Series Is Planned With Regu
lars Basketball Rivalry
Is Strong
One of the most important early gans
of the season for the Fifteenth infantry
and the National Guard will be played
Saturday night in the guard armory on
iwrpont street when the Signal Corps
of the National Guard plays H company
of Fort DC iglas Last Saturday nigb
the corps 4efeated D comr any of the Fori
Iy a score of 19 to 23 and surprised tfcq
icgulare H company can tiom the
l Iost Monday night and took the battery
u am into lump by a store of 37 to 8
To get a lino 01 the sttcngth of the rival 1
rsaniztion3 m the guard a game was
arrange between the Sigual Corps and
2i company which should prove interest I
ing A large delegation of soldiers from
the post is expected to witness the game 1
A series of games wilt be played be I
tween ttains of the Foil and of the guard
from now on and effort are now being
Jiiade to arrange a game between tho
b < st men at the post and the best of the
militiamen in Salt Lake H company is
fraui to he one of the fastest teams n
th FIfteEnth and after this game tine
< nrps will arrange games with other
tams ot the post
Many Teams dut
Following the ea4 of the Signal Corp
other organizations of the National Guard
BIO getting out with basketball teams
II company and C company of the guard
Loth have teams as well as the battery
names bitwvtn the guard organizations
will be played soon preliminary to the
championship series which will Includ
ciry organization In the National Guard I
in Utah A game has been arranged
IIdw 1 en the Signal Corps and company F I
of Manti hut was called off temporarily I
i > ttiiig to the feet that the guard armory
at Manu was not finished The game
i fliy be played later this month
Interest in the game between the Signal
Corps and company H ot the Fifteenth
infantry is incieased because of the
futndly rivalry In athletics which was
aroused at Camp Cutler last Bummer at
the annual encampment of the Utah Na >
tional Guaul At that time the Signal
Corps baseball team defeated the Fif
teenth infantry regimental team by a
fore of 11 to 6 Since that time the regu
jars of the post have been trying to
i rase pome of the sting of that victory
lJy taking honors from the corpa in
ther branches of athletics The defeat of
IJ Company by the corps last Saturday
made the fight all the more interesting
and tit80next team of the tort will double
its efforts to win over the guard cham
Annapolis Dec 1 Because a sec
tion of the constitution ot the Naval
Athletic association provides that only
those players who have been in the
game against the army can participate
in the election of a t otl > all captain
the choice of a leader of next years
team has been held up
The situation caused by the cancel
lation of the armynavy game this
rear will be considered at a special
meeting of the Athletic association this
week The problem is made still hard
er because another section of the con
stitution provides that the election of
a captain miyt be held within ten days
after the close of the season
Denver Dec 1James McGill yea
tirday paid the balance of the purchase
11 ice of 10000 for a half interest in
TP Denver Western league baseball
< > nb i thereby closing the twentyday I
ption for former President R R I
uirkes Interest in the franchise Mc
Gill was elected president of the club 1
Jack Hendricks for the last five
1 < rs manager of central league teams
i expected here this week to open ne
gii nations looking to his management
i of the team
McGill is well known as a former
racing man He is a nephew of Pitts
bI1g PXU Smith the famous plunger
It now appears that the L D S uni
< i sity basketball five will be seen in the
holastlc class The loss of the veterans
nderson now with the Y M C A
tam and West now with the American
V rk five and Snow out of the game
JM the year has so crippled the team
that a clash with the college fives Is con
tained unwise
oach Taylor is working hard with the
11 uad and expected to present a five flint
will more than hold its own with the
holastic < teams of the state
Th Stars Tuesday won their final game
0 I football for this season defeating a
iain from the Sugar House district in
a v vell played garni 18 to 0
J i lie I Sugar House eleven fought des
j j ttely at all times but could not score
1L1e they tarried the ball to the Stars
v yard line where it was lost on a
1H winning this game the Stars claim
tl < isupounj champfeaship as they have
1 t met with a defeat this season in say
iiuon I games played
Lineup i
Mars Sugar House
Tjer L E Barnes
I own L T Watkins
Mallop BlbbL G Jackson
Mtinn C E Mels
unnkley BmlthR GLlDd8ay White
farroU RT QameU
Krnmey I R EYates Barton
II tins QB Hansen
t mill BrinkleyL H BPratt Dahl
and Wilcox
I Iusser R H BEdmonds
iiccy < F BBrannon
Jleferee Margetts
Lexington Ky Dec 1Tbe best
Fes of thoroughbred horses today
veic TXtlusion to Ed Kane Lexing
1 < n L 1 5 1 lEasing to Jnmes Brady New
S oik lout Chestnut weanling colt
1 v raea nonElsie B to H P Hadley
Jtxingtn GOt i Chestnut weanling
> > t > hv ontestorHasing to James
Lady 00 4
Spirit Bidding and higher prices than
veiu paid urday were features of the
day Tin 1 15i horses sold brought an
ioiag > i most 2t > 8 a head an aggrt
i no or 1311 i
Tii hclipt pnoo was for a chestnut
i tilt bj < i0Konic which went to i i
H Jial 1 f xingtcp for 5100 i 4
T L IT iJinnis uf New York paid S1o l
for a eustii ct colt by ConnardBonlnle i
find E R Biadlev paid 1100 1 for a chen I
lint flll by ConnardBertha
A Mei l i i htstnut gtldug 6 years oM
onsigntd JY W R Adams went to Ml
loii Yotue Jt Lexington for 2500
Memphis Tenn Dec lEfforts J were
Knew sI I rday by C Bennett the
lutal tlfll1a1 i to hecun a lease on BIl
ling Park < t truck hi iPtofor used ex
iluMvel tin hainess > r fm a pio
iio > < d tiinng meet to J > I < iw tin Florida
runmnt ras The 0101 1 btILI g sv tem
R lelitIl t hI iO3siL > urtkr i tic rlM
IlIee law hnlng bookmaking
iIiicw i > n JJame Hart form
er pre inn nf the Chicago National
i aRue i < hill I t lilt will be operated
un for nlciiu tdiiiorniw morning
ii the t i an 1 hiiMjtK1 of Chicaso Mi
Huts i i i i Mil i not veiioius is he
v i c at hip office yesterday The op
tiition I will necessitate the abandon
l4elJt of his annual trip abroad
Boggs Wins Feature as Surprise of
DayGrand Jury Will In
vestigate Betting
Oakland CaL Dec t Ram fell at Em
eryville today and the track was vary
sloppy Considering weather conditions
there was a good attendance and bet
ting was lively One of the surprises
came in the Freeno handicap at a mile
I Bubbling Water was plunged upon go
ing to the post at 2 to L The filly did
not have clear sailing awl Bogs u 12
to 1 chance heat her handily Gilbert
Rose was ar other oddson chance to
meet defeat Hiss Picnic leading him
home Fernando scored his third victory
In eight days when he took the sixfur
long race
With the service of subpoenas on P j
Treat secretary of the New California
Jockey club George H Smith who came
to the Emeryville race track to inaugu
rate the oral betting system mlliam
F Forsee a detective and Robert Mc
Kibbcn late today at the Emeryville
track District Attorney W Donahue
ot Alameda county announced that the
grand jury would take up the matter of
betting there The men who were served
with subpoenas will appear before the
grand Jury tomorrow
The Results
First race five and onehalf furlongs
selling inclement 124 Archibald 11 to 5
won Recon 105 Parker to 1 second
Beaver Dam Lad 128 RetOg 4 to 1
third Time 108 25 Pickaway St
Avon Pretension Creston Eel and Min
nedocla finished as named
Second race five furlongs purse Miss
Picnic 106 McBrIde 5 to 1 won Gilbert
ROse IK Archibald 9 to S second Zink
and 96 Glass 16 to 1 third Time
1q1 25 Salnotta Old Mexico Terns
Trick Tom OBalley Sweet Basil J H
Barr add Bame Neely finished as named
Third race utx furlongs selling Fer
nando 109 Coburn even won Beau
Man 108 Taylor 15 to 1 second Ocean
I Queen 109 Archibald 2 to 1 third Time
114 35 Good Ship Nagasam and Elm
I dale finished as named
Fourth race one mile Fresno handi
cap Boggs 108 Walsh 12 to 1 won Bub
bling Water 101 Glass 3 to 5 second
Silver JCnight 98 Kederis 6 to ltblrd
Time 141 35 John Louis and Fantastic
finished as named
Fifth race one mile and twenty yards
selling Kosevale 103 Walsh 5 to 2 won
Charley Paine 168 Van Dusen 6 to 1
second Ruoric 107 Coburn 13 to 6 third
Time 143 25 Buckthorn W hidden
Mossback Raleigh Wolfville and My Pal
finished as named
Sixth race futurity courseLena Leach
99 Kendric 13 to 5 won Thistle Belle
101 Selden 4 to 1 second Emma G 103
McBride 12 to 1 third Timel1146
jillett Biskra Velma C Belle Kinney
and Mollte Montrose finished as named
Oakland CaL Dec 1Emeryvllle en
tries for Thursday December 2
First race futurity course 3yearolds
and up seUing Illusion No Quarter Gal
vanic Swaggerlator Remay Special De
livery 105 Balnade Ingham Burning
Bush 107 John A Mallon 108
Second race five and a half furlongs
2yearolds sellingIlex Sully Raleigh
I P D Silver Grain U2 Airie Paine Re
deem Contra Costa Roberta Ocean
View Wicket 109 Galene Gale Hel
ene Carroll 1094
Third race 3yearolds and up futurity
course selling Hanj pass 110 Grace ST
MS Beaver Dam Lad 113 PhlHt tina Ml
Lord of the Forest 107 Belmere MO
Jtllpitas Cymbal 118 Inclement 104
Fourth race five furlongs Modesto
handicap all ages Cloudligbt 18 Rey
Hindoo 105 Early Tide 108 Hamper
Napa Nick 92
Fifth race 3yearolds and up selling
one mileEmma G Ed Hall Copper I
Fjeld Lady Alicia Flavigny H > > T Aks Ar i
Ben 107 ddlnlrton 112 Mr Bishop
Aunt Kit Convent Bell Billy Myer
104 Lady Rennselaer 99
Sixth race six furlongs 3yearolds i
selling Sir Barry Allness 107 Maure
tania 108 Sainest Yber 98 Dr Mfiyer
Roy T 104
Apprentice allowance
Juares Mex Dec 1 Entries for to
morrow December 2
First race selling five furlongs El
Perfecto Lord Clinton Runhilde Tip
ster 102 Rounder The Wolfe Steel King
105 Slewfoot Bob Lynch Lady Panchlta
107Second race selling six furlongs Pos
ing Bright Skies Lillian Fay 99 Anne
McGee 100 Silver Stocking Plume 102
Belle Brady 104 Goldflnn 103 Miss
Gratitude 106
Third race selling one mile ArdeMa
C Dr Downie 87 Wineberry 102 Bonnie
Prince Charlie Keep Moving Arcourt
ttt George Young 149
Fourth race handicap six furlongs
Dalesman 93 Servile Marse Abe Bed
well entry 100 Bell Wether Bedwell en
try 112 Glorlo 113 King Cobalt 114 I
Marchmont 102
Fifth race purse five and a half fur
longs Illusive 97 Alva B Rustem Ill l
Delf Galtoi Camera IG Kiddy I > ii
Dave Montgomery 10
Sixth race telling one mile Banbury
a Jiowaid Pearson 9C Tony Faust 98
Fred Mulholland Tremargo 10
Apprentice allowance
First race fiveeighths mlW selling
Flashing 10 Simonette 115 Limelight
115 Inspection 105 Catrine Montour 108
Black Annie 10 T M Irvin 108 L
tie Darr 115 Diato 10
Second race threequarters mile sell
ing Soil 104 Anna Smith 109 Nellie Bur
gess 109 Gordon Lee 109 Stoneman 109
Caltha l Red Huzcan 112
Third race elevensixteenths mile sell
ing Ametua 111 Lou Lanier 97 Escutch
eon Ill Uncle JIm 10 La Salle 102 Al
Busch 110 Adellne our t Eva Tan
guay 9
Fourth race mils selling Maxium 10
Osorlne 1 Otilo H Descomnets 10
Alice 10
Fifth race fiveeighths mile selling
Vanadium 9 Serenade Ml Firebrand
109 Bannock Bob 10 Annie Donahue 114
Lucullus 109 Amy Worth 0 GiUiford
Ml shed Julett M lO Conville Iff Bale
Sixth race mile selling Silverado 9
Alvtse 108 True Boy 10 ComO 1
Great Jubilee 103
Grat ubiee 10
First race threequarters mile purse
Top Notch 9 Our Nugget 99 Harvey F
liH Coonskin 107 Diction 10 Lady Fred
erick 9 O K Hendron 10 Aln ret 10
Amanda L IO
Second race threequarters wile purse
i Clamp 100 Eustacian 10 San Gil
lift Alencon 10 Pallas JQ5 El Oro lO
lloUe 10 Tivolin 108 BUt 100
Third race threequarters mile selling
Knyal Captive 10 Lord Nelson 10
Topsv Robinson 109 Lady Caroline 1
MM Bosom Friend lOfi Woodlane 10
John Gamer 10 Samaria 10
FourtH rare threequarters mile han
iu aj > Summer Xlght 9 Slnfran to
Kialto lit Jien Double 10 Jack Parker
luo Besom 113
Fifth race mile selling Sandpiper 98
Trappe 9V Pearl Herne 103 Flarney 103
irrigator ife Ballot Box 9 Admbnish
103 Gramsar 10
I Sixth race mile purst Paradise Queen
93 Horn Run Is > Throokmorton 108
Black Oak 11J mgohocking 97 Sil
VLiin l > Cablegram 10
I company of the Fifteenth Infantry
has a basketball team in the field teat
proposes to give all comers a chance
Lieutenant Elliott manager has ar
ranged the following games Saturday
eviiinpr Signul Corps National Guard at
the armor 3inula 10 I m Waterloo
five at tlH post Monday 4 p m Univer
sity of Ttah at the Utah gymnasium
Wednesday Guaitl at the evening armory company C = atonal
Continued from Page One
probably will b strictly private I is
believed that Jeffries and Johnson and
their managers will confer with Glen
son a Ricka and that I definite a
nouncement of the time an place se
lected and the purse and picture prtv
vilege agreements will b made
Rickard Interests Fighters
Both pugilists are impressed with the
I businesslike propositions submitted by
Rickard who not only made a cash deposit
me c d
posit of J2000 with stakeholders to
I pltof 2OCH stkeb lder sup
I port his bid of 101600 Dut offers to post
130090 more within atxiy days and the
I J0 sxf dy
other 50000 two days before the fight
takes place He made only
tkes plce one propo
None of the offers a apoepted or re
jected Decision a to who shall b
aware the plum will be made tomor
row it was announced after the bids
had been opened and given passing con
sideration Jeffries wa not at the
meeting He was represented by Sam
Berger his manager Jack Johnson was
on the scene in person attended by his
manager Samuel Little Robert P
Murphy preliminary stakeholder
opened the bids
Nearly a thousand of the best known
sporting men and theatrical men and
promote were present lad the meet
ing been held at Meyers hotel as orig
inally planned there would not have
been room fo a quarter of those who
desired to see the bids opened and who
made a journey to Hoboken for that
purpose after Governor Hughes had
prohibited the affair being held in New
York Several of the bidders sought for
information alt the picture privilege
8 soon as the gathering was ready for
business Johnson spoke up and de
I clared that the revenue from the mov
insr nictures must eo to the fighters
Its the only fair way and I was s
understood from the beginning he de I
clared and the subject was dropped
Coffroth is commonly credited with a
close alliance with the persons controlling
ing the two basic patents of the moving
picture machine Gleason is known a a
close personal friend of Sam Berger manJ i
ager for Jeffries Thus the talk among
sporting men I that Gleason and Coffroth
pooled their interests but that at the last
moment Richard who pulled off the
GansNelson fight came in with a threat
to bid such an enormous sum that I
Would not b denied
The result was according to general I
belief that Gleason already united with
Coffroth in one bid for Cola Ocen
View or San Francisco also united with
Rickard in the offer for Utah Novada
Qr California
I Tom McCarey and Eddie Graney both
big bidders seemed to realise tat thy
were not to be considered seriously Mc
Carey said before the bids were opened
The cards have been stacked against
my Los Angeles club But If the highest
and best bid that has no private strings
atche to it is to be accepted Los An
gles will get the fight
After the bids were opened he said
I have bid the most money a guarantee
of 110000 and 5 per cent of the picture
proceeds I they turn that down i
shows that somebody is getting more
than appears on the bids submitted
A Surprise Revealed
The opening of the bids today besides
revealing the apparent CoffrothGleason
Rickard combination yieldedanother sur
prise the fact that a promoter could of
fer and back it with cash a purse of
1110000 to be divided as the contestants
saw fit
Wh le the sporting public had commonly
agreed that this I to b the greatest
fight in the history of the prise ring it
was not believed that a promoter would
bid more than 80000 an would then
claim onethird of the moving picture rev
enue Incidentally it is conservatively
estimated that If the fight runs twenty
or twentyfive rounds on a clear day the
moving pictures 1 displayed throughout
the world will b worth at least 500000
Both Jeffries and Johnson appeared at
the Madison Square Garden appare m
what will probably be their last similar
display before the public prior to the
fight But contrary to expectation th
garden was not well filled Johnson came
on first and sparred with a white oppon
ent in a mild manner Jeffries came on
an hour and a half later and went five I
snappy rounds with Sam Berger the fast
est work he has done in public since he
started training for the fight The crowd
sized up Jeffries as being in good condi I
tion and showing good form but his old
nose trouble bothered him considerably I
Graney representing the Tuxedo Ath i
latIn club of San Francisco made a bid I
involving three different propositions In
Ivlvin thre
dlternt prpltona
his fn proposition Graney offered i
p cent of the gross receipts with a r I
ant of 75000 th management to have
sole ownership of the picture privileges t
the second W M per cent of the gross
receipts with a p guarantee and an
of the picture
offer of 439000 for onethird te pi
tare proceeds and the third proposition
proes an
was no guarantee 90 per cent of the gross receipts with
Graney agreed i the offer was accepted
cepted to acree buid pavilion seating 2MW
Francisco people in or within five miles of San
J h Gleason of San Francisco in com
mission of James Coffroth submitted a
bid of 125000 for a fight on July 4 a
either the Colma Athletic club o Ocean
View or San Francisco reserving full
rights to the picture prceeds Gteason
agreed if the bid was accepted Immedi
ately to deposit a check for 30000 Qlea
son made a second proposition of I purse
of 75000 and 66 23 of the picture receipts
A third proposition provided an offev
of 80 per cent of the gross receipts a
6 23 per cent of the picture rep Cot
froth agreed to deposit 10000 if the offer
was accepted
A cablegram was received from Hugh
D Mcintosh of Australia offering 91601
to each of the fighters for a contest in
this country Ho to each fighter for A
contest in either England o France and1
50008 to each fighter for a contest In
Australia No check accompanied the
offer and Mclntoshs bid was not considered
I County Attorney Job P Lyon and
Attorney General J R Barnes nave their I
way about It the keen desire which Mr
Jeffries has for caving in the smoked
front of Mistah Johnson will not b real
ized in Salt Lake In other words nei
ther the county attorney nor the attor
ney general believe in the gentle art of
prize fighting and both will do all in their
power to prevent the mill from being
pulled off here
GovernorWilliam Spry says that he is
not Informed on the law governing prizefights
fights nor upon his authority in the mat
ter and therefore does not care to b
This is what Mr Lyon says My atti
tude toward the JeffriesJohnson fight 18
no different from my attitude toward any
other prize fight Prize fighting I clearly
against the law in Uah and I shall do
all in my power to prevent the fight or to
punish the offenders afterward I think
that is all I have to say I
New York Dec 1Prank Gotch champion wrestler of the world
found a Tartar tonight in Dr B F Roller of Seattle Crotch had agreed
to forfeit 1000 if he failed to throw Roller in 15 minutes At the end of
the hour both their feet for hold
hou men were on fighting bitterly a winning
Yesterday H K Downing manager
of the Manhattan Athletic club turned
over to the city police department
50016 the net proceeds of the boxing
benefit given Saturday night for the
family of the late C C Riley the special
cial officer shot while arresting highwaymen
The success of the benefit was a
cause for much gratification to the club
management and to the police depart
ment the members of which had taken
a very active interest in the disposal
of the tickets Mrs Riley when pre
sented with the money was greaUy
affected and could hardly find wo4
to express her thanks
Through other efforts on the part
of the fellow officers of their late
comrade it was possible to Increase
the benefit to close to four figures
with the result that the widow and
children of the off er are not now in
financial need
High School Basketball Candidates I
Out in Fore and After State I
The Salt Lake High school having closed
one of the most successful football sons
sons in the history of the school Is I now
turning its attention towards basketball
In the second practice of the season held
yesterday in th Eaton gymnasium 2
turned out in suits and it is evident the
Red and Black boys are out for another
Last year although the school furnished
a fast five Professor George A Eaton re
fused to allow his boys to enter th scho
lastic lee owing to the failure of the
other schools to observe tbe fifteenhour
rule The fact that the High school lads
were up in their studies and being held
out of th race because other schools did
not observe the rule caused a bitter feel
ing among the players We can beat
them whether they observe the rules or
not was the cry of the R and Black
live yet they were forbidden t compete
The lads are hopiig that no such ruling
will take place this year
Among those who won their II last
season are Mclutyre Fitzpatrick Hurl
burt captain Romney and Warthman
Sm of the most promising candidates
are Hawley G Romney Snow Backman
Wheeling G Thomas Kimball Morse
Cass WarJ Wetzel Cassidy Gallacher
Worthington Parker Watson Jensen
Weitz lacher Keslt Caf fej Mayo and C Gal
Shorty Ekdahl manager of the Bismarck I
marck bowling alleys II organizing a
Ct Bowling league for regular league
play throughout the winter With the
thoughout te
number of old bowlers and the new fol
lowers of the game who are in town an
a < league should b possible Through
out the country interest in the game is
general and with a league started Salt
Lake will fall in line There are several
teams principally Denver fives that owe
the Salt Lake bowlers money ant a series
of match telegraphic games would b entered
smashers tered into with a relish by the local pin
Philadelphia Dec Philadelphia foot
ball enthusiasts who admire the Mich >
gan warriors may have at least two more
opportunities to lay their bets for or
against the chances with Pennsylvania
Announcement was made that Pennsyl
vania will offer Michigan a twoyear con
tract and that I will b gladly accepted
is the belief here
The red and blue eleven has met Michi
gan four limes and once was beaten by
the Mu higan team Yost who will coat h
the we > t < iners nxt year was anxious for
at hait I two muie games against iuin
svh ania and he Will be glad it in thought
to hear of the action of the university
football cunmiittvo I
I London Dec 1A grAt deal of in
terest is being taken here in the John
sonJeffries heavyweight championship
battle British sportsmen know that the
fight will b held in America despite
the 150 offer made by Hugh McIn
tosh who wants to have the big battle I
take place in the British Isle The
English sporting press is taking an im
partial view of mater and th reviews
here have favored neither man although
there is a strong feeling thatJeffries
will b able to effect a knockout without i
serious trouble The following taken I
from Sporting Life gives a fair notion
Spring ge noton
of our sentiments
i I An impression seems to prevail in
some quarters that the famous negro
will prove to clever for Jeffries and
that the latter will never b able to p
erate Johnsons defense Why this
should b we fail to see Jeffs fearful
rushes broke don the defense even of
James J Corbett and there is no reason
to believe that Johnson fine boxer as
he undoubtedly isis any whit superior
to Corbett as a master of defense As
an aggressive boxer Johnson is not
great he says s frankly hlmfelf
while he certainly cannot punch any
thing lk s hard as either Fitxaim
nions or Sharkey Now neither of this
pair could make the least impression
whatever on the rugged exboiler rivet
er and why Johnson should succeed
here they have failed is hardly obvious
to an unprejudiced critic
Denver CoIn D IOf the six large
collates in the Rocky mountains not cre
is certain of having this seasons football
I coach next year On the other hand t
is a fact that four coaches out of the
half dozen will not return to their re
spective camps
Claud Rothgeb of the Aggie Jo Mad
dock of the Mormons John Koehler of
the Ministers and John R Richards of
the Tigers at Colorado Springs have all
firmly declared they will not bid their
old stands next fall
Most of the men forsake the grid inn to
enter business
The University of Utah five played a
practice game of basketball with company
D team of Fort Douglas clpny
Douh Wednesday aft
I ernoon At th end of th first half CSe
I sore stood 3 to 3 in favor of th Uni
i versity Before tb beginning of the
begnnin a tle
second half the lights went out and the
game was postponed Lineup
Utah Fort Douglas
Horsfall L GCasteflo
Roskelly R GRenstruin
Holmstead C Klmbrew
Bengler and
Evans L FCummings
I Frenchie and
Romney R F Burke
Topeka Kan D 1The Topeka
club Topekas most exclusive social or
ganization today by Tote o the board
of directors refused to permit Governor
Stubbs to b entertained at the club
Governor Stubbs was scheduled to speak
at a banquet to Chief Justice Johnston
to be given tomorrow night by Delegate I
Valentine clerk of the supreme court I
Today Mr Valentine was notified that
the imitation to the governor must b
withdrawn Governor Stubbs was for
merly a member of the club but with
drew because the club would not abolish
the locker system for keeping liquor at
the club house
Alamosa Colo D 1lJlyde L Situ
maker of Blanca was fatally injured last
night when his automobile balked in
erobaing the Dener Rio Grande railroad
road tracks and was struck by a train
Two other passengers I L Terrell and
jumping Gill Stephenson saved themselves by
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are back on the Job challenging Blacks
men for B return game
Black accepted the deft and the game
will b played next Sunday at the
Chutes park being called at 230 The
Stars are dissatisfied with the poor work
of Umpire Taylor and have demanded
a white official Bull Perrine who I in
the city has promised to officiate i
Several new men have been engaged
by Manager Newton of the AllStars
In the box he will present either Ell
Cate will be
or Tonneaon His llneuij wl b
as follows Teas Stovall left field Ha
ley right field George Stoval first
base Truck Egan second base Roy i
Brashear short Devereaus third base
Phirman catcher
The game will be played on a winner
takeall basis
The University of Utah football
eleven in charge of Coach Haddock
leaves over the Salt Lake Route at
1160 p m tonight for Cedar City
where the final game of the season
will b played Saturday with the
Branch Normal eleven The trip is
regarded as a pleasure Jaunt and the
men are pleased at the prospect of
the outing Inasmuch as the game will
be far from a hard one
After leaving the train a 48mile
stage trip Is in order At Cedar City
the men will be tendered a series of
social entertainments and will be made
at home in the private houses of the
trip town Sixteen players will make the
New Haven Conn D 1By a unani
mous vote of members of the Yale foot
ball eleven Frederick J Daly of Cam
bridge Mass tonight was elected cap
tain for m Daly is a member of the
class of 1911 and has played halfback for
two years
John Kilpatrick of New York end of I
the eleven was held as Dalys opponent
for the honor After the election it is
about track team sure that Kilpatrick will lead the
Interest in the YokelKarp wrestling
match is seen to be on a steadv increase
Yesterday R A Grant manager of the
Colonial theatre announced that le would
garante the men 0 to be split ac
cording to their terms He stipulated
however that he would have to have en
tire charge of the bout without interfer
tre charg Interer
ence from the Y M C A Mr Grant
said he would present the match either in
Salt Lake or Ogden
Inasmuch however as Yokel is under
contract with the Y M C A which gives
the association the right to control gves
matches a year which he is allowed it is
not thought that the Grant bid will be
accepted at the meeting tonight when
the terms under which the Y M C A
will allow Yokel to meet Karp will be
presented to the principals
With the match arranged however it I
certain to draw a record house a the
fans mat are eager t see the two men on the
New York D IThe fir jume of
the triple tie between Demarest Clloe and
Sutton In the international professional
1H2 balkline billiard championship was
won tonight at Madison Square garden
by Calvin Demarest o Chicago from Har
ry P Cline of Philadelphia by a score
r r M to 388 >
The winners highest run was IK while
Cline reached 102 Score
Dmarest 342253132910B01688100
12 6 1 75 55500 Average 2 High runs
IO S2 7
Clinu3 29285247S644161212S42Wa
SiettT Average 30 819 High run
102 76 44
Havana D IThe Detroit baseball
team has concluded its Cuban tour and
the team Is returning to the United
States Twelve game were plaed in Ha
ana of which the Ainmc na won four
and lost four each to the H4rvama and Al
menrtar teams Detroit won the only
game played in MataDZas
Brilliant Gathering Marks the Open
ing of Race on New Winter 1
Juares ex D IThe inaugural
neU of the Jockey lub at Juarez b
gan tJ under the most favorable con
dillon and a crowd of 6000 cheered
Pinkola when be won the Chihuahua
handicap one and oneeighth miles from
a good field
Society from EI Paso and the interior
at Mexico was present The families of
o eco pt
Governor Creel and Alberto Terrasas occupied
boxes while Sweeney of El
copied le wbl Mayor Sweeny E
Paso an family all were spectators
T day was ideal for the opening A
attractive card was presented The track
was stow b the management will rem
edy it b oiling and rolling The field
for the Chihuahua handicap was reduced
The TMsUe and Orbicular two eai ly fa
vorttMdeclining the Issue leaving five
t start Hsad w was backed to the ex
clusion of the others his price dropping
oU ot
from 7 t t t 7 t 1 Pocotaligo broke
first and ted to a while when Meadow
topk the lead and was two lengths hi
t l
front on the upper tur In the stretch
Prokola who had been trailing the field
ra vd u fast ad catching the lee
won by two tomtits
Bight books ran today and will b im
cmaiad 0 the next drawing
First race five and a half furlon
Enfield 108 McCabey 7 to 1 won King
Cobalt 1 Creery 1 to 5 second Right
Easy 10 Wilson 2 to 1 third Time
100 Dr Waldo Brigs Marchmont
Suc Little Osage and Hannah Lou
ie also ran
Second race selling 2yearolds five
and a hat furlongs Jim Brady J Pick
en 2 to 1 won Rustem 10 Creery 3
to 1 second Dave Montgomery 110 Don
ovan 3 to 1 third Time 11215 Kiddy
L Dixie Oem Judith Page Master
Clarence and Good Intent also ran
Third race selling six furlongs Acqula
109 Goose 15 t 1 won Fireball Its
Ramsel 3 to 2 second Dr Downie 85
Wilson 12 to 1 third Time 1125 Cull
Congo Star Thistle Hollow Dredkin
Cottyto Deuce and Wolferton also ran
Fourth race the Chihuahua handicap
one and oneeighth miles Pinkola 112
Rice 5 to 1 won Charlie Hargrave I
McCahey 5 to 1 second Meadow 108
Lowe 7 to 10 third Ttme200 26 The
Tliorne and Pocotaligo also ra
Fifth race five furlongs La Dextra 110
Fisher 8 to 6 won St Dunstan 85 K
Cahey 15 to 6 second Short Order H
Kennedy 2 to 1 third Time 1KB 26
Caleiman Lady Panchlta and Gondola
also ran
Sixth race selling one mile Jeanette
M 10 Ramsel 8 to 1 won Howard
Pearson 95 Wilson 3 to 1 second Lignt
House 1 McCahey S to 1 third Time
also 148 ran Giles Barleite and Mollle > Bohn
Tampa Fla D 1 The talent i a
another good day today Oronoka rewarded
warded the players and despite the un
usually heavy play the layers have a
debit T feature of the afternoon w
the exciting finish t the third when
Bronte Summaries beat Miss Palladia by an eyebrow i
First race six furlongs Flashing even
won Icsrian 6 to 1 second Captain
more I t 2 third Timel20
Second race seven furlongs selling i
Ocerine 5 to 2 won Hann 11 to 2 sec
ond Otillo 0 t 1 third Time 13135
Third race five furlongs selling
Bronte I to 1 won Miss Plan 5 tol
second Zeola 4 to 1 third Time 10645
Fourth race five furlongs selling
Warden 11 to 10 won Autumn Girl Tl
to 6 second Judge Dundon 10 to 1 third
Time 106
Fifth race six furlongs selling Gren
ada I to 1 won Escutcheon 6 to 5
second Adtnonltor 2 to 1 third Time
Sixth race mile and an eighth Oro
noka 5 to 1 won anon 6 to 6 eaond
Waterlake 13 t 6 third Time 2KB 16
New York Dec According to a an
nouncement made here today racing will
begin on April 1 next year instead of
April 2 the opening date this year By
this arrangement o dates i will b p
sible to start racirg in New YOlk state
on April I th legal date and tie one
maintained during the more prosperous
years of the sport
Hyrum Leggroan the clever coi j 4
halfback of the Granite High school to t
I ball squad will captain tiI910 ap i
I gallon of pigskin chasers i1eii the K i
son rolls around again Alt e si i 1
Wednesday afternoon tie jm ibtrs t
the foot1 squad were banqueted
great style and were also hairid tit i r
sweaters wWch thy had won fur gnu
iron honors
Leggroan was selected to the pos i
of captain his choice being tnaiiivx
while Frank Wilson another inmber i o
the squad was elected manage i
Coach Moss of the school has Iinben i
team which will represent the ahoul <
basketball circles this year Tl > < nieij P 1
Ash ton Miller Sutherland 11trnpt <
Hamilton and Leggroan Then j > aN
large number of candidates trying out i
sub positions down at the school
Hampton will captain the fie while r
end Hamilton will look after the managi
Chicago Dec Chicago will be i i
traded tomorrow by I small army of n > i
Jor league ball players who will gaUi l
here before starting on tb trip to c
b Those expected to report are And ii
Joss of th Cad Americans Sun i <
Miller and Hyatt of Pittsburg Merk >
of New York McMillan o Brookl u
Archer of Chicago Magee o Phiad
phia and Thomas of Boston Ruck
and HoWard Camnitz probably will i >
picked up on the way south Morde i
Brown and Herman Schaefer who a1
may be taken ale here
t Artie Hofman yesterday signed up wit i
f the expedition and will Join the squat
in Cuba Hank ODay will be talv r t
along to umpire all the games
The team is I due to leave tomorrow
night or Friday morning
New York Dec 1he Columbia Uni
versity athletic advisers have agreed uv
on a new constitution for their gener I
athletic association which will romplet
11 revolutionize the Columbia system
administering the affairs of the tana
All the authority which has hither
been lodged in th undergraduate mar
agers of th teams will b transferred I
a board of directors which will have t
majority o graduates as members Ti
financial affairs of the various teal4
will be taken over and a salaried trra
urer w have charge of all the fund
Jacksonville Fla Dee 1 A sped i
gathering witnessed brilliant racing i
Moncrief Park today
Rostrum won the Pablo Beach selli i I i 4
stakes the feature of the afternoon pi
gram beating th heavilyplayed faI
lie Sir Cleges in a supreme stretcn i tut t
tie Oberon offered the surprise of i I
day by winning the closing event flm i
County Clerk Speculation at MoncrK
increasing daily Twenty layers wet
forced to work at top speed today to t i L 1
care of the bettors The results
First race maidens six furlongs Fii I r u
6 to 1 won Square Deal 1 to 5 seii nd
Blue Point 11 to 5 third TJme1 l
Blu Poit t 5 r Te11
Second race five furlongs selling
Qerando 2 to 1 won Phoronio 4 t
secind Lorimar I to 1 third Tin
Third race seven furlongs pilii
Cowen 4 to 1 won Robin Grey 4 ° tn
149 second Endymlon 5 to 2 third 11m
149Fourth race Pable Beach stakes a
in mile and an eighth Rostrum to
won Sir degas 6 to I second T i
Minks 4 to 1 third Time 15515
Fifth race six furlongs selling Se
mour Butler 9 to 2 won Roseboro n > n
i second Grande Dame 18 to 1 third i
Sixth race mile and a sixteenh nr
ing Oberon 5 to 1 won County rierK
Time 5 to 2 149 second Agreement a to 1 th i

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