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THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH MONDAY DEC 6 1909 7
F Whats All l What the Time m Sports SIX DAY RIDERS NOW ON DREARY GRIND TheSportingAuthority of Salt Lake
fOOTBAll IS WORST
OF CIVIliZED GAMES
Chartered Hooliganism and Brutal
and Degrading Says Lon
don Paper
Under the head of Chartered Hooli
ganism the London Bystander deals the
fallowing
Of Ii 1 rit games played in the civil
iz vonct the most execrable < s Anv r
ian ft otball nor is there i i thing more
unintelligible than the fasciation which
this li uia and degrading pn lime has
tor an melligent nation lik < the Amer
n ins n offshoot presumably of our
OWl I uptiv game in its ea liest Bud
crudest form < it still bears outwirdly at
any riti some resemblance to it But
whereas we hae in process of time im
iovea uui game by eliminating its mor
brutal lefetuies the tendency n America
has ben all the other way That it >
a scientific game nobody would be pr
j > ire 1 > dfm To bE proficient at it a I
team must practice assiduously With the
ud or a i rofessional toafh and one of
its soi tlffl beauties consists in the sue
essful atr > mg out ajter arduous train
mg of anuus concerted movements tie
signal for which is given b > code words
the signidiie of which is of course onlv
Known to the players on the side Tin
in itself is a form of mere trickery wajjj
1s repugnant to the ideas of the aver
jigp spoilsman but aside from this
toUgh i plo 50 far from being discour
sed U i recognized as an essential feature
of the game and the costume of the
i liners with Ita pada and guards may be
ktned to a suit of armor
Injuries Always
Seldom does a match take place wih
i > nt some injuries of a more or less i e
iiuis character taking place and delib
erate pttempts on the part of the play
to knock each other out are part of
t 10 days work Things have come to
MR h a pass this year that although the
s ason is comparatively young a dozen
er > more football deaths have already
been recorded I am glad to hear that
as the result of the death of one of its
< adets football at West Point academy
has been topped and I hope that this
may pio the beginning of the end of
a gam which is a disgrace to medern
iMliution Our own game which is
manly without being brutal has made
trementm headway in the colonies
Why not in America too It ia not as if
they had no national game which is both
H good game and also peculiarly their
own for baseball though it has never
i aught on much outside the states is
a game which besides being eminently
a game of skill calls for a sufficient dis
play of courage without being brutal
BRIGHAM CITY FIVE
Brigham City Dec 5The Box Elder
high school basketball team is doing
some hard practising for the big game
tn be played at Ogden with the deaf
mutes December 10 Two games have
been played this season by the local
team in which they have come out vic
torious in each instance The Brigham
boys who will play in the game with
the mutes are Freeman r g K
Wright 1 f Burt c Luscher and
Htranquist r g Hatch 1 g
Mrs Winslows Soothing Syrup
has been used for YEARS by MILLION
rt MOTHERS for their CHILDREN
WHILE TEETHING with PHRKJBCT
fTCCESS It SOOTHES the CHILD
bOFTENS the GUMS ALLAYS all
PAIN CRES WIND COLIC and is the
best remedy for DIARRHOEA Sold by
Druggists in every part of the world Be
sure and ask for Mrs Winslows Sooth
ing Syrup and take no other kind
Tsvertyfive cents a bottle GUARAN
TEED UNPER THE FOOD AND DRUG
ACT June fl 1906 SERIAL MTMKI
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Shoe Ad
Tuesday
Morning
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1 Christmas Money
The followIng client have receded their Christmas money One of them
h going to take a trip to Honolulu Hurt vtlll be s ne four months If you
tiira lu your claims you might take a trip V c collect for everybody every
here anti In jour town
KISAU TUB MST
Mrs John L Bowman 364 E 3d So city
r A Gillett Corinne Utah
John I Fbhr Bountiful Utah
MI c U Dalton Bingham Canyett Ut
ilson iumiii Co Tremonton Utah
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alder cd Bros Coalville Utah
Thomas o Malad Idaho
Knotts Knotts grocers 1st A O cIte S
Iiikagc Im trait Co Chicago ID
Vlieelwi iht Bros Ogden Utah
4 BithP iig < o Park City Utah
I KraiK Uitlntr Silver City Utah
Murray Mst Live Stock Co 372 S State
< > H Niui clothier Pocatello Idaho
hipmai M uantlle Co American Fork
S D Ev it undertaker 48 S State city
raK The leader Murray Utah
I > H h inn k 257 W 4th So St city
J is H lt mi banter San Francisco Cal
Ka > sviih op Kaysville Utah
it 0 E Ellrd Gen Mdse Ophir Utah
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Allxrt Taxlir Lewiavilte Idaho I
Mai gar r A r aoon Murray Utah
ItiiKer < v Lindley city
1 H ICitt Richards St dly
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Dr J Beattif 653 E 2d South city American Fork Coop Am Fork Utah
John NM Sons Garfield Utah orenxo Snow Jr 446 S 3d Bast St city
l Miller Ciimssion Co 70 N St city E P Deal 142 E 3d So city
CJ W iiii v THS Pmos Cal D EL Henry 127 W 7th So city
will R P imbmg Co 125 E 1t So Samuel Christensen grocer 874 S 5th B
< intimnf 1 Lit insurance Co city Bert Gray care Junk A Fabian city
Malad LUTd r H1war Co Mala Ida There Is yet time for you to get some
A c til rj K 3d So St cit money this year
MtUCIITS PROTECTIVE ASSOCIATION I
s ntific Collcctuis of Hon < st T > ts
R 7sS2SJ9394959 979S99100 Commercial Work
Salt Lake City Utah Francis G Luke Genl Mgr j
Some People Don Like Lii
MORE
HERALDRBPDBLICAN8
are read in the homes of Salt Lake City
than any other paper
I f
The Little i
Things
About a jewelry store are often I
sadly neglected when they are real
ly the most important We KI i >
particular attention to small mat
ten such as the proper wrap pli
Of packages neat Jewelry boxes <
the manner In which your selection
Is engraved These are some of IL
little things that make a Christmas
present appreciated or otherw >
Come in now and avoid the rLs r
which comes with the last fw
weeks Give us a chance to plea E
you and we will make good
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JEfELElSI I
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about what he wears theres nothing that appeals so
much as a well selected stock offurnishingsshirts in just
the right patterns and shadesneckwear to harmonize
gloves handkerchiefs collars garters suspenders muf
flers and all the other accessories to the mans boudoir
in every stylish variety
Hats tooBellemores 300 and Stetsons 500 Both peers in their respective classes
The Bellemores surpass any under 500 and the Stetsons surpass any over 1500
Prices at Siegels have come to be known all over thi stats
as te lower
Shirts made to order a special price on four
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THIS MONDAY MORNING AND THE WEEK
WE PLACE ON SALE
300 Mens Suits Worth Up to 2500
For 1475
Such Bargains at the Height of the Season Should Soon Be Snapped Up
ROWE KELLY CO
117 SOUTH MAIN STREET
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JUAREZ RACE PlANT i
BUilT ON fiNE PlAN
Buildings Fireproof an Put Up to
StayTrack Itself Is Slow
but Will Improve
A L Austin a horseman who was In
Salt Lake for the past rang meet writes
the following interesting letter to the Her
aldRepublican about the new racing
plant at Juarez Mexico He says
The initial meeting of the Juaree
Jockey club is on and as yet ideal racing
conditions are seen Of the big and rep
resentative crowd at the opening meeting
you have already heard so I will confine
myself to a brief description of the plant
Itself
itselfThe
The grandstand is of mission style of
architecture built of reinforced con
crate capable of seating about 3500 per
sons Underneath the stand are tbe of
fices the restaurant etc Adjoining this
is the betting ring and next to this the
secretarys office and the Jockeys head
quarters Adjoining this is the paddock
making one continuous building The roof
of the stand Is of tiling and of the re
maining building concreted making a
fireproof building of imposing appearance
and giving it an individuality all its own
The stables run continuously along the
rear of the grounds completing a well or
fence and not In section as is usually
seen at the tracks The stalls are light
roomy and like the stand fireproof The
plant is still incomplete but in the land
of manana even American push and en
terprise is slow to i accomplish results
The track consists of a main track
one and oneeighth miles In circumfer
ence wide and safe although slow at
present with a halfmile chute for ju
venile races a mile chute with one turn
also a one and onesixteenth mile chute
With care and time this will develop into
the finest track In the country
From the above general description it
will be seen that the phrase used above
is not amiss
The officials are all gentlemen of In
tegrity and known ability and everything
savors of a successful meeting Everyone
one seems to have been Inoculated with
the boost microbe for no knockers have
as yet appeared For the future of the
game here there is nothing but the
brightest outlook
lOS ANGElES TO HAVE
GREAT AUTO SAUCER
Los Angeles Dec Publicity was
given today to plans for a motordrome
to be built here by local and eastern
capitalists which it is asserted will
eclipse the speed pesslblllties of an
other automobile race course in the
world including the Indianapolis and
Atlanta tracks It will be a saucer
track one mile in circumference built
of heavy timber planked with finished
lumber and pitched at an angle that
will permit a speed of two miles a min
ute Work will begin within two weeks
and it is expected that the track will be
ready for racing within three months
The first racing carnival probably will
be held during the first week of ApriL
De Palma Jlobertson Oldfield Herne
Strang Burman Chevrolet Dingley and
Soules are said to have signed con
tracts to come to Los Angeles for the
April meeting
r I AT JUAREZ r I
Juarez Mexico Dec iA big Sunday
crowd saw the racing at Juarez today
Airs was the medium of a heavy plunge
and her victory was a severe blow to
the bookmakers She was backed down
from 20 to 1 to 5 to 1 and at no stage i
of the six furlongs journey was the
race in doubt the mare winning by five
lengths pulled up J H Houghton wan
the Dos Republican stakes from a goqd
field There will be no racing on
day Summary
First race selling five and a half t1
longs Delf 105 Rice 6 to 1 won Hal
tem 105 Creery 8 to 5 second The
Wolf 108 Warren 8 to 1 third Time
111 15 Ed Keck Kiddy Lee Pick
Point and Alva B also ran
Second race selling six furlongs
Force 105 Pickens 6 to 1 won Ethel
Day til Fisher 5 to 1 second Star
Thistle 98 Garner 3 to 1 third Time
118 35 Tony Faust George Young Sun
Line Joe Erich also ran
Third race selling one mileBonnie
Prince Charlie 101 Small 4 to 5 won
The Thorn 107 Cook S to 1 second
Black Hawk M6 Kennedy 7 to 1 third
Time 147 Dr Nash and Molleres also
ran Fourth race the Dos RepubllcM stake
six furlongs J H Houghton 108 Rice
3 to 2 won Charlie Hargrave M8 I
Creery 3 to 5 second Jim Brady 108
Pickens 8 to 1 third Time 118 Short
Order and Gondola also ran Jim Brady
added starter
Fifth race selling six furlongsAirs
108 Pickens 5 to 1 won Silver Stock
ing 108 Kennedy 5 to 2 second Miss
Alert 108 Warren 5 to 1 third Time
Chian
1 19 Convenient Virginia Ldndsey
Belle Ora Suddeth Lists Mollie Bohn
Minnie Bright and Sensible alllo ran
Sixth race selling one mileFred Mul
holland 104 Small 7 to 2 won McNal
ly 90 Benescoten 15 to 1 second Light
House 96 < < Garner 5 to 1 third Time
146 Kopec The Wrestler and Anne Mc
Gee also ran
MANHATTAN LUB TONIGHT
The Manhattan Athletic club ama
teur boxing bouts are on at the dub
Down
rooms this evening Manager
irg says that the boys are all in fine
condition and will offer some fast and
clever work In the battle royal how
ever the fans expect a treat and can
he assured of plenty of fun The card
tarts at 830 p m
AVERAGES AMERICAN LEAfiUE
Chicago Dec 5Tyrus Cobb of Detroit was again the best batter in the Amer
ican league according to the official averages issued by President B B John
son today The hardhitting outfielder of the champions batted better than ever
and ended the season with 377 Cobb played in 156 games and made 218 hits Not
only was Cobb the leading hitter but he outclassed all the others In base steal
ing with seventysix thefts to his credit Cobb and Tris Speaker of Boston
tied for the honors in hitting home runs with seven each
u
Eddie Collins of Philadelphia finished I I
second both in hitting and in bam steal
ing Collins played in 153 games and
made 188 hits for a mark of 346 and stole
sixtyseven baBe Lapp of Philadelphia
and Gardner of New York finished third
and fourth in the batting but played in
only twentyone and twentytwo games
respectively
Napoleon Iajoie of Cleveland is fifth
with 324 for 128 games and Sam Craw
ford of Detroit was next with 314 for
156 games Lord and Speaker pf Boston I
and Baker of Philadelphia were the oth
ers to bat more than 300 making nine
above that coveted mark
Owen Bush of Detroit was the beet sac
rifice hitter with fiftytwo successful ef
forts
The Detroit champions led in team hit
ting with an average of Ml and Bos
ton was second with MO
Following are the official batting aver
ages
OFFICIAL AMERICAN LEAGUE BATTING AVERAGES 1909
CLUB BATTING
Neie No Gaines AB J tuss Bits Pct
Detroit 15i iI1l4
Boston JD =
Phila4elp u 113
New York W 148
Cleveland 1ii irns 414 lal i
allhlntoa t lliI 333 WI
Chicago Iii iOlJ 1111 III
St Low 1i4 en ft1 1660 114
INDIVIDUAL BATTING
4 No 2b 31
Name aDd Club Gaines AB R H LH LB H H HR Pet
Cobb Detroit 1M 571 111 lit It N 111 T m
Collins PhI1adelpbla UI m 1M 111 Z1 11 111 I I
LapP Philadelphia n iI I 11 I 1 3 1 III
Gardner New York Ii 11 18 1 I I 0 I
Lajoie Cleveland 126 it Jill U 11 1 32 I
Crawford Detroit 111 5IJI 4 1BIi 26 14 I 3H 1
Lord Boston 111 lit i 106 60 1 3 1 1 m
Speaker Boston 141 1M 11 1 11 06 26 11 7 3O
Baker Philadelphia 148 iU 11 1 14 10 II 11 4 lOG
Laporte New York I i 11 I 298
Gardner Boston 1 a I 11 3 1 1 I 0 2IIl
Carrigan Boston M ZT 81 11 I 11 I 1 296
Stahl Boston ItT 4 03 DI 11 11 11 11 Ii Z9i
Lellvelt Washington II au 03 7 I I I 0 2I9Z
CrlssSt LouIs tI J If 0 I I 1 0 292
Birmingham Cleveland 7 > 1M III 30 IS 4 11 11 i 1
Stone St Louis 81 SIt 81 11 s Ii 4 1 117
Heltmuller Philadelphia 14 lit 30 06 I 7 3 I 0 296
Bailey St Low 11 1 JI I 1 1 1 II
Dougherty Chicago 11 160 11 26 11 1 I9
Gessler BosLa and Washington 111 UI I 13 26 I 0 294
Chase New York 1U flt 10 Ut 11 II 11 I 4 JIll
Brockett New York 30 I 11 3 1 6 181
Hooper Boston 14 II II Ii I 4 0 za
Murphy Philadelphia 106 M1 II 111 14 11 29 14 i 281
Grigg St Louis 103 311 103 11 n 11 i 6 till
D Jones Detroit it 11 Ill
Engle New York 1Ji 57 I 11 I J 78
Clarke Cieveand 68 1tI 16 15 1 I S 0 171
Bush Detroit 151 AI Ut 1 51 A 11 2 0 2lS
Moriarty Detroit 111 m a 129 11 It 29 it 1 111
Browne Washington iv s 11 Ii Ii 1 m
Hartzell St Louis 1D M 111 1 1 14 11 I 0 m
Hart el Philadelphia 81 11 3 I 4 Ii 0 ro
Hoffman St Louis till a7 it 114 15 It I 7 2 260
Lord Cleveland 06 Ie 4 fl U 11 1 I 1 28
H Davis Philadefjthle 143 530 IS j e 17 29 12 11 4 11II
Sweeney New york Ii 171 11 3 I I 6 0 217
Orth New York 29 34 3 3 1 1 1 1 0 11
Vnglaub Washington 18 ij a ur 11 11 14 9 I 1M
Keeler New York 11 3ij oM iii D 10 7 15 1 st
Cree New York 1M aa tI 11 It I I I 211I
Stan age Detroit 17 17 03 4 I I I 0 263
Shotten St Louis 11 Ii ii 11 4 I I 1 0 211I
Parent Chicago 111 m 11 111 11 II 11 Ii e
Easterly Cleveland 1 13 Wi 11 I I 14 II 1 211
T Jones St Louis and Detroit 141 3 30 29 29 11 I S 2IiI
Beckendorf Detroit 11 Jl 1 7 1 I 1 0 0 158
Hinchman Cleveland 129 m 11 111 11 16 11 11 I 258
Purtell Chicago 111 14 14 I I IIi1I
Rossman Detroit and St Louis M II 21 11 1t I I iii
Wagner Boston 114 c 51 111 I 11 11 l 1 286
FlIck Cleveland 03 g 1 3 11 I 0 285
Ball New York and CIe land ill iii It 60 17 11 14 I 1 282
French Boston R 111 11 411 4 I I 1 0 J51
Turner Cleveland 11 tS it J 14 1 4 0 JI O
Blankenship Washington 60 4 15 t I 1 I 0 150
Steele Boston 11 3 J 1 I 1 I iii
Schaefer Detroit and Washington 1J4 sj n 14 17 1 1 14
Devoy St Louis 11 60 7 11 1 I 1 t41
Stovall Cleveland 1 45 11 11 It I HI
Demmitt New York UI 4If l 13 11 11 11 4 246
Nile Boston te I 4I 11 < < 11 IF 11 Ii 1 5
Conroy Washington 129 oM 111 29 M 11 4 1 244
McIntyre Detroit 115 47 UC I 11 11 8 1 244
Welter Boston 54 1U It 29 I 1 I 4 I 144
Payne Chicago 11 II I 4 3 I I 0 Ht
HemphiU New York 71 181 za oM I II S 1 0 243
Donohue Boston M 171 14 G I I 4 1 I 230
1IcInnea Philadelphia 11 4 n 1 0 I G 1 219
McConnell Boston 111 t63 I 111 11 29 7 I 0 138
Wallace St Louis 1U N i T 11 I 1 zs
White Chicago 71181 M 11 T 1 I G Z38
Ulberfeld New York 111 Ill fl 29 11 29 3 Ii 3 2Si
JtBIght New York 116 II 11 11 I I I 236
Ate Chicago 11Im II IS 14 11 I 0 II
Cole Chicago oM 1 17 11 Ii I 1 302M
lcBride Washington 1iIi M as 111 n 11 11 0 2M
Livingston Philadelphia tt 175 is G 4 1 4 9 M
Altiser Chicago ill 181 47 a II I T 1 i II
Donohue Chicago and Washington 6 181 11 14 11 1 J3S
Delehanty Washington and Detroit 111 Q fl i 11 11 II 1 292
Austin New York 131 I3l II 11 Ii 1 m
Oldrlng Philadelphia 10 II 11 11 11 11 S 1 lit
Klelnow New York 11 II rr 9 1 11 4 G m
Isbell Chicago 1m SS fi 11 I 3 D
8chweitser St Louis 17 11 7 11 1 I I I tI4
Clcotte Boston II 4 1 I 1 1M
Perrlng Cleveland 13 211I 29 46 1 I II 9 e
Thomas Philadelphia 24 I I 4 It 3
Tanne1alll Chicago 111 AI 11 29 11 11 3
Stephens St Louis 11 113 11 1 Ii Ii
Plank Philadelphia 35 Ii 11 I t t 1
Ferris St Louis 148 III 1tI 11 11 11 3 2
Miller Washington 16 i1 i U a
Barry PhIladelphia 111 sj 11 11 1
Bender Philadelphia 60 10 I 1 Ii a e iii
Goode ClevEland 1M III II Ii 11 114
Walsh Chicago 29 1M i 11 1 1 I 3 3 294
Slattery Vuhlngton 29 M 4 11 1 4 I 111
Dyprt Philielphls 11 a I 3 I I 1 3 114
KcAlee8e St Louis 5 BI II 4 11 T 3 3 III
Street Washington 111 ij i5 17 J 11 1 a m
Nicholls Philadelphia II n If 11 3 I t 1 I III
Ryan Boston 14 11 I I t I 0 e D1
Chesbro New York and Boston 1t Ii t 4 0 I I i 0 Z11
ReijJey Cleveland I II 11 11 15 5 I a III
Schmidt Detroit iI 3 Z1 II II 1 I 1
Killiter Detroit and Washington alII 11 f I I 1 no
Blair New York 4t 111 i II t I I 2 Ii no
Ganley Waahlngn and Philadelphia N lIT a 41 lit 7 2 8
Yohe Washington II ft I 11 I I 2 0 0
OLeary Detroit 11 II I s 111 0 a
Mullen Detroit 60 111 I 36 J I 7 3 iii 103
Willett Detroit a 41 lOS 11 11 1 I I I 3 I
Owen Chicago II 174 12 36 t 60 4 1
Milan Washington 1 130 36 30 29 11 1Z 4 1 sa
Starke Cleveland 11 N 4 U I 4 0 W I IN
Donovan Detroit 30 1J 3 I 3 41 0 3 IN
Clymer Washington 03 111 n 29 4 1 2 3 111
Williams St Louis 110 174 11 I 3 Ii I U6
Dinneen St 1ouie > 11 31 3 y 1 1 o e 1tI
Patterson St Louis and ChHlfigo 11 J > > 11 1 8 191
Young Cleveland II 1CIi 1 11 1 1 1 I 0 D9
S Smith St Louis ill u I I I 3 3 0 0 190
Welday Chicago II 74 I H I I I I G 189
Bemis Cleveland ra US C II I J 3 I 0 181
Bradley Cleveland iii 114 29 11 S I I 4 J l84i
Hahn Chicago 217 11 1 P 6 S 1 m
JSums YunlDlfNl anu n5u 5 u j C 5 7 U ih
C Smith Washington and Boston 29 Ii 111 1 a a o 0 182
Mannltg New york 31 0 I n I I 1 0 0 182
8cbUtAer Philadelphia and itocton 11 t I i 1 1 1 0 182
Powell St Louis 14 11 3 14 4 1 1 0 179
Howell St Louis 11 M Ii 3 I 3 1 0 0 176
F Smith Chicago 51 1Il n Ii I I 0 173
Lake New York D 11 I 14 I 8 2 I 0 173
Falkenberg Cleveland t4 iii I 3 J 3 0 0 173
Crtger St Louis 74 lIS 11 11 3 I 1 1 1 0 170
Messenger Chicago II 1D 11 11 3 T 1 1 0 170
Coombs Philadelphia II 92 4 U 3 1 4 iii e 169
Arellanes Boston oil 11 I 1 I 2 I 8 0 167
Freeman Wash 1ctoR 11 ij J a i a a 1 0 167
Doyle Nw York 11 a Ii 4 I J S I 0 0 167
J Tannehill Washington 11 36 I S a a 1 0 0 167
Relsllng Washington U It 1 fl 0 1 0 0 167
Pelty St Loui rr t1 1 26 < 4 I 1 0 165
CraaUl CbIca w and Washington 23 58 7 3 1 2 I 0 111M
Wood Boeton Jot 58 4 3 1 1 0 164
Rhoadea Cleveland 10 ij 1 t 4 I 1 0 113
Sullivan Chicago rr IN n 11 I I 0 0 162
Spencer Boston 28 t4 3 U t I I e 9 112
Kllllan Detroit 25 03 t 11 I I I 0 0 111
Hall Boston 11 11 3 I a a S 0 0 1b
Burchell Boston 10 03 1 I 0 G 157
Graham St Louis M II I 1 S I 1 G G 151
Crompton St Louis 17 II 7 I 1 1 t 1 0 17
Krause Philadelphia 32 7T 4 S G G 0 1M
Quinn New York 22 4i I I 1 I 1 0 0 151
Gray Washington 47 81 I 11 1 I I 0 0 141
Kelley Wasblngton 11 42 I I 1 I 1 0 141
Papa Boston 11 21 I 1 I I 1 0 0 113
Berger Cleveland t 3 Ii 11 t i 1 0 Ib
G tavIs Chicago 26 18 Ii S I 4 1 0 112
Collins Boston It za 0 1 3 1 I 0 1311
Johnson Washington 40 101 6 U i It I 0 l 118
Warbop New York 31 M 6 U 0 1 1 3 l8
hughes New York 25 39 2 f J sI 1 0 0 It11
Karger Boston 12 21 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 110
Speer Detroit 13 25 1 I 1 0 1 0 0 1J8
Wilson New York 14 34 z 4 1 3 0 1 8 111
Summers Detroit 35 c4 11 1 8 loe
Scott Chicago 31 i j 0 I 8 0 106
Jose Cleveland a 3 2 0 1 0 1 100
Morgan Boston and Philadelphia 39 M 1 9 9 0 2 1 3 GIll
Sutor Chicago 18 32 1 3 1 0 0 0 0 034
Groom Washington 46 88 1 8 7 0 1 0 0 001
hIh Boston 17 36 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 083
Hugh Vashingtofl 22 311 2 3 3 II I 1 0 6 083
Barr llIlnJjphi 22 1 5 4 2 1 0 I 0 07i
FiL hl 1 ° 1 jl I 1 0 II 00
Vtd f 11 I j I of 0 0 017
Viekers Pnuiuidvll1do 1 I ii J 0 063
Works Detroit 16 it i I J IJ 0 0 059
thlup hington 12 19 Il I 1 1 0 0 0 I 0 I 02
Altnk lhi end WashIngton 13 i A 0 u 0 0 0 01
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U
RICKARD WAS AFTER FGHT FOR OVER
A YEARMAY MAKE HIS ELEVENTH PILE
I dont care what they say about me
M long M they keep saying said Tex
Rickard on one of his visits to Salt Lake
about a year ago when asked about
newspaper interviews
The truth is Tex has a failing for
the limelight He likes to see his name
in print and as he admits it dont much
matter what ia said Personally how
ever Rickard Is not in the least like
the eastern writers picture the Nevada
mining man and fight promoter Neither
is Rickard wont to boast about any of
his big strikes and there is no ex
aggerated ego about him other than the
faith in his ability to do big things that
hill peat accomplishments show
In the visit to Salt Lake above re
ferred to Rickard even then was fig
uring on bringing the JeffriesJohnson
fight to Salt Lake To a number of
close friends he broached the subject
and started the campaign that has
proven successful Those that think
Rickard came rushing into Salt Lake
after being struck with a happy idea
about the fight are mistaken He bad
been working on it for months
Had to Talk
One aide of his character which has
amused the newspaper contingent in
Salt Lake was seen when Tex spilled
over In Chicago on his way to New
I York In Salt Lake the plans for the
expedition of Rickard and Rishel had
I been known by the papers for some
days but at the request of those inter
ested they had not been published The
reason for the request was given
It would hurt Salt Lakes chances
Rickard will pop up on Broadway witb
the cash offer on the day the bids are
opened and Jimmy Coffroth and the rest
will be swept off their feet It must be
a surprise
Then came the trip east and when
half way was passed came sn Asso
ciated Press dispatch from Chicago
Rickard had spilled the story The
jingle of 120000 in his pockets was too
much and he must talk
At that however Rickard made good
with his bid and the men who know
him say he will make good with his
promise to Salt Lake about first choice
for the mill
His Yearly Fortune
Incidentally it begins to look as if
Rickard will make his yearly fortune
According to his own words he made
and then lost 1100000 a year for ten
years When Nevada was booming the
fortunes came and went easily but the
last two or three years have been hard
scratching
Richards last venture in Pioneer a
camp that h with characteristic optimism
mism said was going to b a world
beater fell down with the camp Now
it may be th fight that will pull him up
to the top ofthe heap again He says
he is not worrying and those who know
him best have no fear that his fortune
making ability is a thing of the past
FANS CHEER START OF 8m RACE E
New York Dec GAt J205 oclock
this morning 17 riders representing as
many twomen teams were sent away
in Madison Square garden in the an
nual sixday bicycle race Spectators
filled the big auditorium from pit to
ceiling and cheered the contestant
The field this year comprises the
best long distance riders of this and
foreign countries In it are 1 of the
favorites of previous sixday grinds
and several men unknown to Ameri
cans
cnThe track a big wooden saucer
shaped oval of ten laps to the mile is
more steeply banked at tbe turns than
in former years and i I expected that
this will aid the winner of the event
TO beat the old record of 2727 miles
and 1 lap made by McFarland and
Moran last December
Following are the contestants
The riders cut out a fast pace at th
start with the result that before a m
had been traversed Rutt fell but was
up almost Instantly uninjured In the
eighth mile Leon Oeorget of the French
team came a cropper while in the twen
tieth both Wiley and Germain sustained
falls that required their temporary retirement
tirement
Until nearly th end of the first hour
spectacular sprints were indulged in and
a constant relieving of partners resulted
Then the men slowed down somewhat
and passed the first hours work a
bunched with twentyfour miles nine
laps to their credit The record for the
first hour twentyfive miles five laps
was made by Anderson and Vanonl In
1908
1908At the end of the second hour all the
contestants were fled at 4 miles 7 Jap
1 I miles behind the record made a year
ago by L Fourcade and Faber
The Teams
Seventeen teams made up of the best
professionals in the world lined up for
te start soon after midnight as follows
French team Leon Oeorget and EmS
Qeorget France
Italian team Qiavonnl Curiolom and
Emilio Carapeui Italy
BritishFrench team Reginald Shirley
England Achilte Germain France
BostonBuffalo team Patrick Logan
Boston Walter Bardgett Buffalo
DanishItalian team Norman Anderson
Copenhagen Carlo Van Onl Italy
Mormon team Ivor Lawson and Walter
DeMara Salt Lake City
IrishAmerican team Frank GaY
New York Patrick Keegan LowelL
Native Son team Alfred HaUtead and
Percy O Lawrence San Francisco
Farmer team W E Mitten Davenport
Ia Fred O West San Francisco
Little Old New York team Eddie
Root New York Joe Fogler Brooklyn
GermanHolland team Walter Rutt
German John Stohl Holland
International team Flyod McFarland
Australia San Jose Cal Jack Clark Melbourne
DixieYankee team Bobby Waltbour
Atlanta Ga Elmer Collins Boston
Australian team E A Pye Australia
Patrick Hehir New Zealand
BonBrkl team Fred Hill B
ton Charles Stein Brooklyn
New YorkNew Jersey team George
ark Cameron New York Floyd Krebs New
ark
Messenger Boy team George Wiley
Syracuse Peter Drobach Boston
FORMER PREMIER CALLED
Rome D 5Baron Sydney Sotnino
premier in IMS b been uemiofficlally
entrusted with the formation of a new
cabinet Thursday the Giolitti cabinet having resigned
signed Thua
DR ROLLER TELLS Of
CHAMPIONS BEST POINT
Buffalo > Y Dec 0 DnJ X J
what nukes Frank Gulch the riai
wrestler in the world r Inqui < l J
Roller the ether day Wen
or We < o L
tinned un Isnt speed n his v nl i
strength Now I will
streMth No 1i f u
guess
Tie man addressed took o w
Yes youre right said th d
Its the hands the viselike ± >
sends us fellows chasing and jnpt i 1 <
When I comes to work with I I I
Gotch i in a class by himself v
many people think Gotch i
stronger than yours truly but tu
not the case In actual itrent i i
is very little choice between us It
hands I havent got that powt i ful
no man ha i like Gotch
Shoving a plow when he w s a i
an continual training in that d < rl
have developed Gotchs hands util > i
a like iron Farmer Burns is 1 <
other wrestler that I know of tht < t
any way near competing with t IH i
pion in the gripping department r
hand story however is not offrt t
an excuse Even with the same d <
ment Gotch probably could beat i <
TONG MURDER ON COAST
San Francisco D 5 Despite th
forts of the Chinese Six companh i
the peace officials of the entire stit > >
bring to a end the tong war whu j 1
been raging more than a month L I
tween the Yee family and the On Yk
tong two more lives were snuff d
today making eight murders since t1
war was declared
At Sacramento Ah Young a cook ar t
a member of the O Tick tong W
found dead in the basement of a hou
In the Chinese quarter with his ho
I qurr wt
riddled with bullets fired from behin I

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