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THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SATURDAY DEC111909 I
Whats All I What the Time in Sports SIXDAY RIDERS NOW ON LAST LAP TheSporting of Salt ri
ACCIDENTS WITH TELLING PACE
STEADILY NARROWS BIKE FIELD
New York Dec lOThe fatigue of desperate sprinting in the six
day bicycle race earlier in the week showed itself today and tonight in
listless and laggard riding
Prom a position at one time more than 20 miles in dvanoe of the
record the leaders dropped steadily to the rear and at 10 oclock to
night were 395 miles behind the mark for the corresponding hour a year
ago
At one time this afternoon all tpn re
5ruining teams of the nineteen that start
t il I were within one lap of even terms
lut the failure of Lawrence whose weak
ned lined forced him to quit under the
Ivtors orders and an accident to Pye
v ho l brok n collarbone in a spill corn
Jh lied a retirement Halstead and Hehir
tne surviving partners combined as a
i constructed team and look the penalty
or one lap imposed by the rules
An off < r < if 100 to tie team gaining
H lap before midnight put new life into
the riders and Anderson and Van Oni
in p vain < furL to steal distance on the
aders starUil a sprint that cost the
titHi get biothtrs a lap Th same team
I > i uyed a piuy trick an hour later
Steal a Lap
Van Oni came out to relieve Anderson
ui > i > < m > ntl > nd stayed in the rear while
Anderson ili > to the front and passed on
t a good itint Thinking him off the
nifk tlie fi Id did not pursue and by
tin tune tin y had waked up he was
H ui1 Bin had turned to Van Oni
ity this trick the Georget brothers lost
another 1 h ip and at 11 oclock the score
was Ruu t and Clark Root and Fogler
Walt hour and Collins Hill and Stein An
derson and Van Oni 22M9 Halstead and
Jlehir Lnbon and Demara and Mitten
ana i West 1 Georget and Georget
IH47 Th < record for the 119th hour
1s j047 nado b > Demara and Hill last
v car
Ten teams were left In the sixday bi
ocle race at Madison Square garden at
> oclock this morning and six of them
vr tied for too lead The dragging
I work of the early morning put them ftfc
miles behind the record
The sensational work of the RuttClark
and SteinHill combinations in stealing
laps on the field during the night has
made them strong favorites with the
crowds at the garden
In making the Madison avenue turn
Pye of the Australian team of Pye and
Hehir fell from his wheel as It skid
ded and suffered injuries which com
pelled him to retire from the race Hill
collarbone was bro ° i > and his head cut
Only ten weary teams of bicyclists re
mained in the sixday race at daybreak
today Cameron and Krebe were ruled
off the track at 4 oclock because of
Krebs weakness which made it evident
that his team could not last more than a
ft > w hours longer An hour earlier the
referee ordered Germain and Carapeul to
quit the track as they were 150 miles be
hind the leaders and losing ground stead
ily Just after midnight Halstead jumped
the field for half a lap in an effort to
regain the penalty imposed on him and
his new teammate Hehir when they
joined forces The sprint lasted 16 min
utes and worked havoc with the score
Anderson and Va Oft were lapped twice
and dropped into the third division while
Lawson and DeMara and Mitten and
West were lapped once and the Georget
brothers four times
At 2 oclock the score was
Rutt and Clark Root and Fogler Wal
thour and Collins Hill and Stein 2316
Hal tead and Hehir 23159 Anderson
and Van Oni Mitten and West Lawson
and DeMara 23158 Georget and Georget
23155
The record for the one hundred and
twentysecond hour is 23632 made last
year by DeMara and Hill
BUT ONE FIGHT BIDDER OLD HEAD I
I AT GAME OTHERS JUST JUMPED IN
Xew York Dec 10Of the big fight
promoters who sought to land the Jef
iesJohnson bout Eddie Graney is the
only one who has been identified with
the pugilistic game for any great length
of time Graney used to be a fighter
himself having decisions to his credit
over Australian Billy Murphy and Aus
tin libbtn Prior to that he was a
ldacksmitll > ami even now he has a grip
that 1autts the man with whom he
tliukps hartls to look carefully to see if
nil his digits ar there
Tom Mc4iif of Los Angeles used to
drir a launlry wagon A few years ago
Jw saw that there was a chance to make
t mi money In the fight promoting game
n > l lie quit delivering collars cuffs and
frVntts Now he is one of the owners of
the laundry for which he formerly
worked
Jimmy Cotfroth was a clerk in the court
house at San Francisco when Jim Ken
nedy told him to get into the fighting
game and make money faster He took
Kennedys advice and by pulling off sev
eral of the biggest fights in America
has accumulated considerable cash
Tex Rickard was pretty nearly every
thing before he jumped Into fame as the
promoter of the GanaNelson fight at
Goldfield He has been a cowboy a dep
uty United States marshal a miner and
a hotelkeeper
Jack Gleason who with Rickard has
been successful in bidding for the battle
between the two great heavyweights is
known as just a good fellow He is a
big man who impresses one as being right
on the level
RUGBY fOOTBAll HAS
ONE MORE BOOSTER I
Nw York Dec 1OThe substitution
cf rugby football for the game now
T Lived in most American colleges is the
oniy sohiUom of the football problem
say J Dr Thomas A Storey physical di
i tor of the College of the City of New
York in a statement made public here
tuIa lr Storey was formerly pays
kd 1 directar of Leland Stanford Jr unl
v rsity California where they abolished
f > ball four years ago and adopted
ri 1y
Why tinker with the football rules
Rks Dr Storey when the easiest and
back tr ttrn original
l > > t thing Is to go
glJe rugby Since the adoption of rug
lv at Leland Stanford Jr there has
1 on no serious injury reported The
L m is highly satisfactory from the
M tators viewpoint is beneftotal to the
jityers ir and has no objectionable fea I
NOW OWN PARK
Philadelphia Dec 10The big plot
if ground nnod for years by John I
Rogers arJ J Reach and leased to
th < lhila liiiia Ball company proba
blv will h i cime the sole property of
tii Phila iphia club today Option on
thv park expires > December 31 and the
owners have been notified that the club
v i 1 exercise it
JORDAN SCHOOl DISTRICT
HAS fiElD DAY Y TODAY
The final game in the basketball se
ries which have been under way in the
Jordan school district for some time
past will be played today at Sandy
The teams which are lined up for the
championship game are the Sandy ag
gregation and the West Jordan five
Both teams have made good records
during the present series and the game
should be an interesting one Besides
the basketball game a football game
will take place between the Jordan
high squad and a picked eleven from
Sandy and vicinity Other features are
scheduled during the day
MANHATTAN BOUTS
Yesterday Hardy Downing manager
of the Manhattan Athletic club an
nounced the boxing card to be offered
Monday night at the club rooms The
card has five fourround goe of which
four are of the lightweight order
which promise plenty of fast work
The boys will hook up as follows
Young Krebs of St Louis and Kid Da
vis of Salt Lake Young Myers of Mur
ray and Young Erne of Los Angeles
Peanuts Sinclair of Salt Lake and Jim
my Lawless of England Pie Davis col
ored of Salt Lake and Kid Brown of
Seattle and Kid Frazsels of Salt Lake
and Kid Williams of Butte
I NATIONAl lEAGUE RACE i
This Time it is for Presidents Chair
With Heydler and Ward
Chief Rivals
New York Dec lOWUh the annual
meeting of the National league only four
days distant the contest for the election
to the presidency of that organization has
become the chief topic among sporting
men her August Herrmann president
of the Cincinnati baseball club who ar
rived in New York yesterday has made
it plain to everybody concerned that he
IB out for the reelection of John Heydler
who has also the support of Barney Drey
fuss of Pittsburg
Charles W Murphy president of the
Chicago Nationals is also in New York
pushing the candidacy of John M Ward
Neither Herrman nor Murphy are in
clined to be prophetic but both express
confidence that the men they favor will
be successful
There never has been so much inter
est In the game as during < < the last year
says Mr Herrmann and this was all
because the public knew that the right
man was at the head of things and that
what was going on on the diamond was
on the level
The American league also holds its an
nual meeting here next week but does
not elect a president as Dan Johnson
continues in office under his tenyear
termMr
Mr Murphy said tiiat he had noth
ing against John Heydler the presi
dent but he considered Ward the right
man for the position Murphy looks
for the National league magnates
whose meeting is only four days away I
to wind up their business quickly He I
thinks that a president willbe elected
on the first ballot He denies that
Chicago capital was behind the recent
sale of the Philadelphia Nationals and
says so far as he knows the new own
ers of the new Philadelphia club have
not pledged themselves to vote for
either of the presidential candidates
Heydler or Ward
Adrian C Anson former manager of
the Chicago Nationals conferred to
day with Herrmann relative to the
chances he had of being selected as a
compromise candidate Herrmann told
him that he would vote for Heydler
even if seven other ballots were cast
for Ward and that the HerrmannDrey
fuss faction of the National league
would not consider the question of a
I compromise candidate
THOMPSON GIVES UP
HOPE OF LONG ROUTE
Chicago Dec 10Johnny Thompson
has given up all hopes of a return en
gagement of more than ten rounds with
Packey McFarland and is turning his at
tention to other fMds his manager hay
ing received numerous offers from dif
ferent sections for the Cyclones serv
ices Jimmy Dime the Pittsburg pro
moter Is l after Thompson for an engage
ment there the latter part of the month
his opponent to be either Mickey Gannon
or Willie Moody Thompson already has
beaten the hardhitting Gannon but is
willing to give him snother chance The
Cyclones match with Fighting Dick
Hyland of San Francisco Is on in Kansas
City for the 17th or a week from Friday
night Hyland already is upon the
ground and Billy McCarney his man
ager has posted a forfeit that Dick will
make the weight 133 pounds at 3 oclock
The winner of this bout probably will et
a chance at Ad Wolgast upon the Pacific
coast
RICKARD ANGRY
f Boston Masa Dec IfljTex Rick 4
+ h ard the Nevada mining man and 4
+ h successful bidder for the Jeffries
f Johnson fight who is here on bUIlt
f ness and incidentally boosting Salt I
> Lake as the scene for the fight is
+ very angry at Jimmy Coffroth of
f San Francisco It t seems that after
+ Coffroth lost out on the bid he has i
4 started all kinds of talk by saying
+ h that Richard offered Jeffries a
4 K 10000 bonus to give the bid to him
9 and further that the principals en
+ h tered Into a secret agreement to pro I
+ long the fight the necessary time to
+ make the pictures worth seeing
+ To a number of local fight follow
+ ers today Rlckard emphasized his +
4 feeling toward Coffroth by saying
+ I will not hold the fight in Call +
+ r fornla if I stand to lose 50000 +
+ h Rickard says that he has matched
4 y Jimmy Walsh and Digger Stanley to t
+ k fight for the bantamweight title as <
+ h a preliminary to the big go +
M + 4MMMtMMt + + + tH
SULLIVANGREGG BOUT
WENT TWENTY ROUNDS
Sacramento Cal Dec 10In a tame
battle tonight Pete Sullivan of Fall River
Mass and Indian Joe Gregg of Spokane
fought twenty rounds to a draw The
Indian had a shade on his lighter oppo
nent but used his shoulder and head re
peatedly and lost points because of his
rough work Sullivan was the more scientific
ific but Greg was the stronger
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The great mens gift store
A few suggestions here things that would please him most
Smoking Jackets A stock of Bath and Lounging Robes
unprecedented soopa and mag 1 Myriads of handsome patterns
L nitude no niaar gift for a j comfort and pleasure in ev
man L ery one
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Silk hose 1 Umbrellas
Silk underwear Canes
Silk pajamas f Fancy vests
Silk handkerchiefs Jewelry
Silk mufflers Cravenettes
Silk suspenders Mens suits
Silk neckwear Boys suits
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EXCURSION TO LOGAN
December 11th
For Salt Lake Opera companys performance
ormance of The Serenade Round
trip 250 Limit December 12
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I JAPTONS
Overstocked Clothing Sale
New in Full Blast Corns as Soon as Possible Prices are cut cut cut
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ATTENTION I You can buy our High Unloading Sale I
w id grade Clothing for Less I
Youths Suite and
Money than you pay for
Will Unload Overcoat
lowgrade clothing
Them l 415 14 to M
IIKHES A SXAP AND XO MISTAKB oettrtk 1
ABOUT IT
Lasts of lot odds 91250 Suits and Overcoats at1 7TK OaeHoU Oft
81500 Suits and Overcoats at 9 878
and ends and brakes 1800 Suits and Overcoats at 91178
Uses of ftults and 2000 Suits and Overcoats at 1S7K
250O Suits and Overcoats at ltTS Boys Xnae Pan
overeeats vrerth 91000 Suits und Overcoats at fIVTC WJIV
15OO to acoe goo Suits and Overcoats at 9M7K g A
Suite and Ovtraoftta
rrlll be offered < e 1000 Suits and Overcoats at 9M7S UI aI
the first comers 200 Hats at MENS HATS 0 0 111 oxK rtnmiH re
for 300 Hats at 0 UM
t0 hats at 0 It ojraHAijr owr
tOO Hutu at t < H
PURXTSIIIXaS
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Mens 25c Hone at Ifte BOJI Sue Paaig
9 7 5 Mens roc Suspenders at Me
l Mens SSa Suspenders at lite at oXfdt ri4
I 1 Mens COc Rod 75c Neckwear at10
r Mens 25c TVeckwcar at lo
Boston Garters at 0 jje
lOc Canvas Gloves at 0 5e Smoking JackaU
All sizes are here Mens underwear at cut prices
Mens Pants at onefourth ie ene
Just think what a
half off At Os7urtk
bargain to the Mens Shirts at cut prices
ones WhO get them Umbrellas at cut prices etc etc eta t OHaIf Off
Your Money Returned if Not Satisfied
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BIG BASKETBALL I
GAME ON TONIGHT
University and Y M C A
Fives Meet in First Big
Game of Season
Although comparatively early in the sea
son the basketball game tonight between
the Y M C A and the University of
Utah promises to be as good a game as
will be seen on the schedule of either
team this year The University team is
probably in better condition than the As
sociation bunch having had a great deal
more practice Coach Maddock although
he has never paid much attention to bas
ketball has been able to be of great as
sistance to the team simply because of
his ability to grasp an athletic matter
and it Is predicted that before the season
is over he will be coaching his team like
an old Veteran
This year he has been ably assisted by
Robert Richardson who baa had a great
many years of basketball experience Be
tween the two they have got out a team
which far excels anything that has rep
resented the University and critics are
picking It for first plaee in the inter
collegiate schedule
R mney of the Salt Lake High who
showed such phenomenal football ability
bids Lr to do as well in basketball
Roskeliey and Horsfall are players of
long and vigorous experience evans and
I Holmstead the other members of the
team where on the Lebl High school
championship aggregation last season
This lineup will be a formidable one for
anybody to tackle
The Y M C A is represented by a
very classy bunch of players but owing
to the limited practice that they have
been able to get in on account of the
numberless other Association activities
they are not > n the best condition to stand
the hard game that will be their portion
tomorrow night In addition to lack of
condition Blomqulst one of the star
guards recently wrenched his bacK se
verely in wrestling a few nights ago
and may not be able to play Wilcox
one of the forwards also met with a simi
lar accident and his condition is rather
doubtful Qrundfor the Associations
star utility man has been sick during
the week and has not practiced at all
Gunn Crippled
Gunn was so badly hurt in the game
with Weber stake last week that he will
be out of the game tonight en
tirely The other men Anderson Met
calf Hammond and Hourtngton are with
out injuries Consequently the Associ
ation team is approaching this game with
far less confidence than they usually have
in games with Intercollegiate team All
the men on the second teams of both in
stitutions are in good shape and the pre
liminary game played by them bids fair
to be as interesting as the big game This
game will begin at 730 p m and the first
team game at 890 p m Freeman Baasett
will referee and Dad Stewart will um
pire
First Team Lineup
University Y M C A
Romney L FMetcalf C
Evans R1Iwncox and
Hammond
EloUnstead C Anderson
Roakelley L GBlomquist and
Grundfor
Horsfall R G Hoisington
DARK HORSE MAY BE
SEEN FOR LEAGUE HEAD
Pittsburg Pa Dec 10 William C
Temple of Winter Park Cal will reach
New York next Tuesday and will be a
guest at the great baseball banquet to
be given by the Pittsburg worlds cham
pions to baseballdotn next Wednesday
evening
Temple who was formerly one of the
moving spirits in the National league
being president and owner of the Pitts
burg club comes from the Pacific coast
on an invitation extended by Barney
Dreyfuss of Pittsburg and there is a
report here that in case the Heydler
forces are not strong enough to reelect
the present incumbent Temple may be
offered by them as a compromise e candi
date
Barney Dreyfuss yesterday received a
letter from Temple announcing the ac
ceptance of his invitation to be the
champions guest
DEMAREST GETS READY
FOR MATCH WITH CLINE
Chicago Dec 10 Calvin Demarest
the Chicagoan who landed the 182
balkllne billiard championship in New
York last week and who is at his home
here for a few days rest will go to New
York Sunday to complete arrangements
for his tournament with Cline and Cut
let who open with a weeks engage
ment in Brooklyn December 13
Demarest announced last night that
his match with Cline for the champion
ship would probably be played In Or
chestra hall this city February 1 2 and
8 after which he Cline and Cutler are
slated for an engagement in San Fran
cisco
STAGG AND MORAN TO
REPRESENT THE WEST
Chicago Dec 10Director A A
Stagg of the University of Chicago left
last night for New York where tomor
row lie will sit on the jury of 100 Amer
ican coaches and other football experts
who will prepare their verdict on Cana
dian Rugby versus the American col
lege game
Besides Director Stagg Professor T
F Moran of Purdue former chairman
of the conference committee will repre
sent the west
SOME LADYLIKE BOYS
AMONG YALE FRESHMEN
New Haven Dec According to
the freshmen class In Yale football is
far from being a popular sport The
voles of the class for their favorite ath
letics shows that football is practically
tied with track athletics for being the
least popular There were sixtythree
who voted tennis their favorite sport
fortysix walking thirtythree swim
ming twentysix baseball eighteen
rowing seventeen football and sixteen
track athletics
BIG LEAGUE UMPIRES
ARE NOW FLOOR WALKERS
Chicago Dec 10 Three umpfres Cu
sack late of the National league
Pips Conley of the Central and other
circuits and Eckman of the American
association are training for next season
In an original way The three have se
cured jobs as floor walkers at a depar
ment store and intend to stick at it un
til spring
CONVICTED OF GAMING
Savannah Ga Dec 10Robert s
Turner of New York agent of the Met
ropolitan Turf association and pro
moter of the horse races In Savannah
last winter was convicted today of ope
rating a gambling place Sentence will
not be passed until others Indicted for
the same offense are tried
HAD TO SHOOT MORE
THAN AllOWED TO liVE
F W Chambers state game and fish
commissioner is busy with an Investi
gation of the duck question brought
out by the overstocked market as
a glance at the meat market and gro
cery store windows show Reports
have reached him that the law par
ticularly in the Bear River district has
been violated market hunters shoot
ing daily far above the legal limit of
twentyfive
The commissioner says that he be
lieves the dealers are responsible for
the overstock as they have been hold
ing the birds at very high prices
That a market hunter must shoot
more than the legal limit to make a
living is seen from the prices ob
tained At the Bear River grounds
where the big supply is had the mar
ket hunters received all the fall 150
per dozen for large ducks as mallards
canvasback and othere while teal and
I the smaller varieties brought but M
I cents per do en
f AT JACKSONVILLE 1
Jacksonville Dec 10 Todays players
received a jolt in the opening race when
Harvey F heavily played 9 to K > favo
rite was beaten by Cindy whose price at
closing time was 11 to 2 Acrobat the
strong favorite at 7 to 10 in the sixth
was beaten by St Joseph who carried
a fairly good list of backers at 8 to L
Results
First race six furlongs Cindy 11 to J
won Harvey F 9 to 10 second Dic
tion II to 1 third Time 116
Second race six furlongs selling Ethon
9 to 5 won Home Run 7 to 2 second
Woodlane 6 to 1 third Time 114 45
Third race five and onehalf furlongs
selling Pantoufle 2 to 1 won Tom Mc
Grath S to 1 second Jacobite 16 to 1
third Time107 S6
Fourth race seven furlongs handicap
Rostrum 3 to 1 7on Takahira 4 to 1
second Center Shot 4 to 5 third Time
128 36
Fifth race six furlongs selling Rubia
granda 6 to 6 won Topsy Robinson 9
to 6 second Tivolini 12 to 1 third Time
116
Sixth race mile and a sixteenth sell
ing St Joseph 8 to 1 won Campaigner
9 to 1 second Acrobat 7 to 10 third
Timel 10
TROTTING CONGRESS
New York Dec lOIt was an
nounced here today that the National
Trotting association congress will be
held in this city during May 110
GOTCH LOSES AGAIN
Buffalo N Y Dec 10John Lemm
Swiss wrestling champion went on with
Frank Gotch in the champions allcomers
series here tonight and not being thrown
in fifteen minutes won Gotchs forfeit
This was Lemms American debut
MURRAY BOXING CARD
The Murray firemen held a lively box
Ing card last night at Murray ana a large
crowd was turned away happy In the
headliner Young Moore of San Francisco
disposed of Erne Wright of Murray eas
ily while Peaputs Sinclair had i It over
Jinks Miller fin the start
JUAREZ ENTRIES
First race elevensixteenths mile
selling Reaction 107 Fireball 114
McNally 104 Hollow 117 Albion II
114 Clint Tucker 109 Beaver Dam
Lad 117 Succeed 114 Prod 109
Charlie Doherty J17 RT Swanner
114Second
Second race seveneighths mile sell
ing Wander 101 Landlord 105
Gladys Louise 114 Wlneberry 102
Tremargo 111 Lomond 108 Bryce
102Third
Third race fiveeighths mile purse
Gondola 97 J H Houghton 112 La
Dextra 109 St Dunstan lOt Topland
101Fourth race eleven ixteenth mile
purseAnna McGee 94 Blagg 104
Silver Stocking 99 Maud Slgsbee 109
Mauretania 108 Sevenfull 99 Sir
Sieges 94 Reuben 104
Fifth race threequarters mile sell
IngOdd Rose 92 Radation 106 Jim
Brady 107 Rounder 110 Woltby 100
Kiddy Lee 101 The Wolf 106
Sixth race mile selling Round
House 95 Howard Pearson 100 Ethel
Day 110 Keep Moving
DATE IS NAMED FOR
BIG WRESTliNG BOUT
The Y M C A wrestling committee
yesterday completed arrangements for
the YokelOConnell match The go
will be staged at the Salt Lake thea
tre Monday December 20 OConnell
was wired to coma to Salt Lake at once
so that the local tans might get a line
on his work However whether hct
comes to train before the bout or not
he will be received by a large number
of friends who have watched his work
on the Pacific coast
OConnell baa always said that he
can throw Yokel and as he is known
as a man very careful unless his Pa
cific coast title be wrested from him
the friends of the Y M C A crack
are smiling at the surprise they are
sure he has in store
JACK ROOT ONE OF
JEFfRIES TRAINERS
Burlington la Dec 10Jack Root ex
pugilist who is running a theatre here
has been asked to assist in training Jef
fries for his fight with Johnson He will
go to California next spring to do so
Root knows Johnsons style the negro
having trained him for several fights ten
I years ago
i f AT JUAREZ J
Juarez Mexico Dec 10 Snfield
under Archibalds good ride won the
handicap at six furlongs today The
I finish was so close and exciting be
tween the first three horses that the
I public was unable to tell whowon
Cnfleld the favorite cut out the pac
too well in the stretch when King Co
balt and Marohmocet challenged and
a fierce drive resulted the three horse
finishing noses apart and in the order
named Summary
First race selling five and a half
furlongs Dr Mack 114 Small 5 to 2
won Rubiola 107 Strong 5 to 1 sec
ond B J Swanner 111 Davenport 12
to 1 third Time 11025 Star This
tle Elder Lady Adelaide Chinn Belle
and Comal also ran
Second race selling one mile Llsta
103 Benscoten 12 to 1 won Bonnie
Prince Charlie 112 Small 6 to 1 sec
ond Bon Ton 107 Garner 3 to 1
third Time 145 Dredkin The
Thorn Melange and Swing also ran
Third race five furlongs Alva B
105 Austin 4 to 1 won Master Clar
ence 105 Young 15 to 1 second Miss
Hardly 105 Morse 5 to 1 third Time
104 45 Henry Mann Odd Rose Hen
ry Williams Steel King Muxlaw Illu
sive Henry Belton Jack Hayes and
Red Campus also ran
Fourth race handicap six furlongs
Enfield 410 Archibald 2 to 1 won
King Cobalt 109 Creery 4 to 1 sec
ond Marchmonet 104 Pickens 7 to 1
third Time 11615 Orbicular Dr
Waldo Briggs Financier and Bell
wether also ran
Fifth race selling one mile Ser
vile 101 Molesworth 5 to 2 won
Bands Around 102 Garner 5 to 1
second Sabado 107 Prendergast 12
to 1 third Time 146 Lady Ethel
R I Smith John Sparks Dr Nash
and Dalesman also ran
Sixth race selling six furlongs
Goldfinn IIS McCahey even won E
M Fry 99 Garner 3 to 1 second
Force 105 Pickens 4 to 1 third Time
116 16 Patrick and Kopek also ran
RULES AGAINST BOOKIES
Frankfort Ky Dec 10The court
of appeals In a decision handed down
today abolished bookmaking at the La
tonia tace track and put an end to that
form of betting on horse races in the
state of Kentucky The case was that
of the Kentucky racing commission
against the La ton la Agricultural associ
ation and came up on appeal from Ken
ton county
ENGLISH WRESTLERS HERE
New York Dec 10Two notable Eng
lish wrestlers Tom Cannon and Jim
Esson are in New York en route to
Chicago where they expect to meet
several American wrestlers on the mat
Cannon is a former English champion
while Esson claims the present open
championship title
FORM HOlDS GOOO AT
EMERYVlLLE TRACK
Tire Favorite Win Judge Takes
Feature Eddie Dugan Lands
Pint Winner
Oakland Dec 10 Favorites ami w1
played horses were successful at Uniei 1
ville today Fine weather faypd r
racing and the sport was inteiv > m g T
Lodi handicap at seven fiirlun instil t i 1
in another victory for Judge Qui
There was an UPset in the unn1 w1 i
John H Sheehan at 10 to 1 1lt tl
field easily Eddie Dugan wm hn i fIr
race here when Panoreila took tli op
tag event Results
First race five furlongs pur Ha
orella 109 Uutsan 9 to in win Klnl j t
B W9 Martin s to 1 second iruiitri
109 Walsh 7 to 1 third Tun > ii23 l
Pico Blanco Cian Princo Wiuti Ri
We Mark Twain Directello Harm Y
Mason Bully Bunion and J > Ur Whal i
finished as named
Second race Futurity course sellin
Illusion 125 Martin 11 to a won Bd Ii >
otta 107 Coburn 9 to 5 second Sih
Grain 105 Parker 3 to 1 third Tin i <
113 35 Beda Duke of Milan Huh V I
Dr Mayer and Pretension fialietl
named
Third race Futurity course lln
John H Sheehan UO Williams i u to 1
won Inclement 124 Monroe M to 1 M
ond Fordello 125 W Powers 7 to
third Time 111 S5 Hamper Isam
do and Balerlan finished as mun d
Fourth race seven furlong > I
handicapJudge Quinn 101 Wal < >
5 won Miss Picnic 103 E Martin 7 t >
second Bclronia 10S Coburn 4 III t l
third Time 12828 Tom O Mali
Good Ship Contra Costa and Brno < a
finished as named
Fifth race one mile selling > syli I
107 Walsh S to 5 won Catal u > l
Monroe 12 to 1 second Sir JlII r I 1
Cotton 4 to 1 third Time 14 OJ 1
and Prince of Orange finished as nan
Sixth race five furlongs selling Tit
II IOC Shale 4 to 1 won Old Settler l
Mentry 10 to 1 second Ampedo 107 D
an 2 to 1 third Time 108 May Fui
Angel Face Redondo Katie Baits Lit
olin Sir Fretful and Father Stafford ii
shed as named
OAKLAND ENTRIES
First race elevensixteenths rrll
purse Old Mexico J4 Soc jl i n i 1
Biased 109 Eddie Greasy In < > J P
berta 106 Daddy fltm 101 Helm
108 Lady ElUaMHbT 1611 Zinkani
102 El Mollno 102 OrmiAde Cunniiih
ham 102 Whisky Toddy ZIS
Second race threequarters n ile Eel
IngCymbal 109 Grace G 107 nu
thy Ledgett IOC Aristotle 103 t > >
102 Pimkim 100 Special Delivery v
Balnade 98 Billy BowleD 9t > Blal
Sheep 96
Third race thirteensixteenth ml
selling Dareington 112 Lord of ti
Forest 109 Sllverllne 109 Ml Iere >
108 David Warfield 105 Novgoi
105 Raleigh 104 Peggy ONeal lt J
Belmere 104 Blanche C 104 Saint
100 Redeem 18
Fourth race mile and oneslxteent
the Sacramento handicap BogKs n >
Blackford 101 Marlingo 95 Kdw T
Fryer 90
Fifth race mile and twenty yard
selling Jim Gaffney 115 Round ahd
Round 112 John Louis 111 Legat
106 Ed Ball 105 Valoski 102
Sixth race elevensixteenths mil
parse Palo Alto 10 > Rey Hindoo i > I r
Bt Avon 107 St Francis 107 Ma
Musgrave 105 Dick Moss 104 d
ardo 104 Thistle Belle 100 Raei
P D 89
JACKSONVILLE ENTKIE8
First race threequarters mile pu r
Hymm Wolf 100 Grande Dame 1 >
Lord Nelson 100 May Amelia In
Tom Holland 103 George W Leb
104 Inauguration 105 Elfall J
Takahira 110 Lady Irma 110
Second race mile selling Lav
Frederick 91 Miss Sly 93 Harvey 1
102 Colonel Jot 104 O K HamInn
103 Golden Flora 103 Sarabrnd l
Third race threequarters mil pur
Abrasion 86 Horace E 99 Sinfir
99 Rlalto 102 Vox Popull 10J Toj
note 104 Charles Eastman 104 Qu
tlon Mark 104 Ben Double 101
Fourth race mile and onesixteentli
St Augustine handicap Jack Park
106 Terah 109 Woolwinder 11 1
Patsy 110 Gretna Green 110
Fifth race mile selling Para < D =
Queen 105 Elgin in Ragman in
Many Colors 109 Sllvertn 109 Gre
bridge 112 Roseburg II 112 Cow >
112 Furnace 112
Sixth race mile and onesixth Sf
ingPocomoke 94 Court Lady r
County Clerk 106 Marvin Neal in 1
Oberon 107 Black Oak 109

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