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THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH THURSDAY DEC 23 1909 7
i Whats Ail What the Time in Sports LYNCH WANTS TO KNOW WHO KICKS MOST ThcSportia of Salt Authority Ltkt
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LOS ANGELES GETS s
SANCTION TO FLY
Aero Club of America Says
That Coast Aeroplane
Meet May Go
New York Dec ItThe board of direc
tors of the Aero club of America has di
rected the president te sanction the pro
posed aeroplane meet at Los Angeles
Cal providing he is satisfied that all of
the rules of toe International aeronautic
federation and the Aero club of America I
are fulfilled
The conditions provided by the rules
of these organizations first declare that
neither organisation shall be in any way
involved in any exhibition flights of dl
tigibles or aeroplanes but they do not
prohibit the Los Angeles club from cCS
ducting such exhibitions solely on its own
account
The rules to be lived up to by the Los
Angeles club include that the Aero club
of America must have the right to con
firm the awards of prices by the judges
and that such prizes must not he award
ed until so approved They also declare
no polit licensed by the Aero club of
America may participate in a contest in
Which there is an unlicensed pilot
The president of the Aero club of
Amerlca was authorised to attend the
Los Angeles meet to satisfy himself that
tae conditions were fully met and tuat
the money and prises offered were avail
able
Glad at Los Angeles
Lot Angeles Cal Dec 23We are
glad that the Aero club of America has
decided to grant its sanction for the Los
Angcles aviation week said Richard Fer
ris manager of the events today From
the outset we have observed the rules of
the international deration and we have
already forwarded to the Aero club of
America for its approval a list of the
prizes to be offered here and the condi
tions governing them In addition we in
tend to invite som of the officers of
the A TO club to attend the tournament
and act as judges
There IE only one point that remains
to be clean 1 upthat relating to licensed
pilots It should be remembered by the
officials of the Aero club of America that
we are 3000 mil s from New York and that
we have obtained a great number of for
eign entries many of the competitors
having barely time to reach this coast for
the contest It would be asking too much
to require all competing aviators to take
out membership in the Aero club and be
cause of the distance we are from he d
art rs and the short time remaining
tin probably could not he done
Entries to dab total fiftyeight
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FIRST WORKOUT IS
BIG DRAWING CARD
A Lug crowd of boxing fans was on hand
at the new Manhattan Athletic club
rooms 147 Pierpont street yesterday to
Fee Pete Sullivan in his first workout
for his bout with Collins at Ogden Janus
iir 7 Pete after the usual gymnasium
Hunts took on the local amateur boxers
Who swarmed in the room anxious to box I
With a clever professional like Sullivan
Pete went four fast rounds and then
ejied up for the day He will take on
two or thrae men dally from now on and
the training quarters promise to be a
drawing card Sullivan looked In fine
shape and offered his usual clever work
Lit boxing
The Manhattan club will hold its regu
lar weekly card next Monday with a bat
tle royal as the headliner
APOllO TEAM DEfEATS
SALT lAKE HIGH fiVE
Special to The HeraldRepublican
American Fork Dec ftIn a fast and
wellplayed game of basketball the sec
ond Apolle team of this city won from
the Salt Lake High School tonight by
the score of 38 to 27 The Salt Lake boys
put up a fast game but were outclassed
and outplayed by their more experienced
opponents Pete Romney for the visitors
played a fast game at forward throwing
six field goals and seven free throws
The lineup
Salt Lake Apollo
Romney L F Shelly
Hurlburt R F Brig 8
McIntyre C TattersaB
Rydalch L 6 Barrett
FitzPAtrick R 0Chipman
Free throws Romney 6 Hurlburt fc
McIntyre 1 Brigga 2 Shelly 81 Chip
4 Barrett 4 Free throwns Romney 7
Barrett a
PHYSICAl CUlTURE MAN
PICKS JOHNSON TO WJN
New York Dec 22 William Mul I
doon who ease trained John L Sulli
van and is an expert in physical cul
ture when asked for an opinion of
the Jeffries Johnson mill said I
would like to see Jeff win but I fear
he has been out of the ring too long
I should not be at all surprised to see
te outcome ot the fight similar to
that between Jim Corbett and John L
Sullivan When men get along In
years they wear down In any contests
Involving strength and stamina espe
cially when they have been Inactive
for several years It is a sure thing
that Jeffries will never be able to
punch the bag as long and as hard as
he could six years ago and that Is the
aest Indication that he will never be
the same
I look for Johnson to win but In
the early rounds he must take care not
to let Jeffries get one In on him or
there Will be some counting Jeffries
will be dangerous with his punches for
awhile but the negro can tire him out
by adopting defensive tactics espe
cially In a fortyfire round fight
HUESTON STILL AHEAD
IN POOL TITLE PLAY
Boston Dec 22A brilliant run of 78
within nine balls of the worlds record
kept Tom Hueeton of St Louis world
champion pool player ahead of Bennie
Allen of Kansas City In the second block
of M balls In their ttpoint match to
night
Hue ton finished with 306 to 141 for Al
len Hueston leads Allen 412 to 3M
PITCHER TORREY BILLED
FOR NEW YORK CLUB
Cincinnati Dec 22That Pitcher Tor
rey who played last season with the
Logan Squares of Chicago will be traded
to New York either for Second Baseman
Herzog or Third Baseman Fletcher is
the veiled statement made here yester
day by Manager Griffith Griffith says
a deal Is pending between New York and
Cincinnati and that if it goes through
he will get two players and give three
One of the men to be given Is Torrey
he intimates though he will not say
definitely that the Chicago men is to
p to New York President Herrmann
however says Brush and McGraw Want
Torrey and that he Is trying to fix up
s deal for his transfer
Other people wait for things I
to happenwant advertisers help
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It will be easy to select herethere are hundreds of just such things as a man most wants and i
prices in range of any pursejust as acceptablegifts at 50c as youll find for 2500 and every
one bears the Siegel stamp of quality
A few of the extra special inducements to
make Siegels the center of attraction
Highgrade neckwear most beautiful of this seasons patterns and silks
reduced like this I
300 values f 250 values 150 values
225 190125
All holiday suspenders or combination sets of suspenders arm 11
bands and garters to close 13 0 ff
For quick clearance all bath robes and smoking jackets re
duced Thursday and Friday 2501
The great suit and overcoat sale has caused many
practical givers to select from this splendid assort
ment over 400 of the seasons best 1650 to 2000 t 1 2 e 35
suits and overcoats at your pick
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The store where gifts are a The store where a mans gift
most easily chosen cannot be chosen wrong I
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9 11 Womens Felt
1 11 Juliet
Values to 250 the pair
This includes the choice of any wo
mens felt Juliet in the store in plain
or fancy colors
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Go West Young Man
To the New Store for Men at
15 West on Second South for
Clothes of the Better Sort
NOW SELLING AT A SAVING OF
1h the Price
SUITS OVERCOATS AND EXTRA TROUSERS
CJ Come to the store where everything is newnew stook new fab
rics and new stylesthe oldest not more than eleven weeks
g I These clothes were marked to sell at prices that would make a repu
tation for us for selling the highest qualities at the lowest prices
prices that are away below the marketand even from these lit
tle prices we are deducting onefourth
4000 SUITS AND OVERCOATS 3000
3500 SUITS AND OVERCOATS 266
3000 SUITS AND OVERCOATS S O
2750 SUITS AND OVERCOATS 80
2500 SUITS AND OVERCOATS 1875
Our 1500 Special
includes our entire stock of colored suits and winter overcoats of
values up to and including the 2250 qualities This special price is
meant as an extra inducement to you to learn about our medium
priced
CLOTHES OF THE BETTER SORT
and hoping by the price to keep you reminded of our store number
15 West Second South
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SALT lAKE BOYS ARE
WANTED IN TRACK MEET
Providing Salt Lake High school can
turn out a crack track team this spring
she has a chance of competing for the
first time in her history with the mid
dle eastern high schools Coach James
O Convlll yesterday received word from
Coach Stagg that the easterners were
anxious to compete with more of the
western schools Providing the trip can
be arranged five Red and Black stars
will be picked and sent to Chicago where
hey will have the privilege Of competing
with the beet high school teams of the
United States
The five will be composed of one weight
man a JIM 1 and 4ttyftrd runner together
with It sprinter and jumper It Is hardly
supposed that long dlstanaa men could
be used owing to the cimfigeJGaltttWie
Now oa the High echool JKiuad ore some
fast men who are held to have a chance
of winning against any scholastic men
In the country George Atkins captain
Of the track team is a wonderfully
strong High school athlete and he Is
given a place on the quintet to be sent
east
The prospect of a trip to take part in
the Chicago interscholastic meet was re
ceived with great pleasure by the boys
and It will furnish another Incentive for
hard work for the track team
CRACK TERVEIGHTS I
MAY MEET fOR TITlE
Indications now point to a match for
the Welterweight wrestling title be
tween Eddie OConnell and Al Acker
man in Salt Lake on New Years day
Lake Young manager for Ackerman
received a favorable reply to the chal
lenge advanced by OConnell yesterday
and with the details of the match ar
ranged he will leave Chicago for Salt
Lake at once OConnell stipulated
that the match must be at 146 pounds
and that all Interest In the welter
weight title claimed by each contest
ant must go with the matoh
With the two cracks meeting here
and Karp and Anderson at Ogden a
series will be started with Mike Yokel
to have a chance at the winner The
proposition Is one that should give
Salt Lake about the best welterweight
wrestling In the country
A meeting will be held today at
which the definite terms for the match
will be settled OConnell says that
he Is eager for a match to show the
Salt Lake people what he can do when
in shape
ALLSTAR BASKETBALL
TEAM HEADED THIS WAY
Yesterday Couch Brown of the Y M
C A basketball team received a letter
from a Kansas City five made up of
allstar college players who want a
date In Salt Lake the last of January
The T M C A at once replied that
a date would be left open for the vis
iting team
The Kansas City five IB made up
largely of old players who learned the i
game under Dr Xaismlth who Is given
the title of the father of basketball
Dr NaisMith is athletic director of I
Kansas university and It was he who
made up the basketball game
I At Juarez II
Juarec Deo DThe races at Terraces
park will be resumed on Christmas day
It 18 believed that the track will be safe
then
BOGGS DEfEATED AT
lAST AT OAKlAND
Puck Weight on Until It Tells and
Btedcford Wins From
Favorite
Oakland Dec Z I After winning six
straight races Bogga finally met de
feat In the Claremont handicap at Em
eiyville today He was favorite for
the event but did not get clear sail
ing and the extra weight told on him
Blackford the well Played second
choice took corndtaiid before the
stretch was reached and won ridden
out from Bubbling Water and the fa
vorite Raleigh P D took the Syear
old vat br a Mee < Psm Daddy Glp
an outsider John R Sheehan was
plunged en In the third and tfon all
the way Results
First race five and a half furlongs
Boas 108 Radtke 7 to 1 won
Emma G Ill Martin 7 to 1 second
Bell Kinney 11J Vo per 7 to 1
third Time 107 26 Priceless Jewel
Lord of the Forest No Quarter Velma
C Ampedo Titus I and Marwood fin
ished l as named
Second race six furlongs Raleigh
nh
P D 108 Vesper IS to 6 won
Daddy Glp 104 Kederis 20 to 1 sec
ond Meltondale 104 Glass 8 to 1
third Time 113 Salnotta Bldodta B
Algergulch Minnedocia Calopus and
Grameroery finished as named
Third race futurity coutHJobn H
Sheehan 104 Williams 9 to 10 won
Dareln ton 112 Mentry S to 1 sec
ond Dargin 109 Martin 9 > > to 2
third Time 110 Anna May Balro
nia Fernando Fordello Ml DlerobO
and Collector Jestsup finished as
named
Fourth race one mile Claremont
handicap Blackford 100 Glass 12 to
6 won Bubbling Water 103 Martin
S to 1 second Bogga 124 Mentry I
to 2 third Time 139 4t Jim Gaff
ney Rosevale and Raleigh finished as
named
Fifth race mile and twenty yards
Convent Bell 11 Vesper 7 to 1
won Miss Naomi 107 Coburn 16 to I
1 second Mike Jordan 108 Denny E i
to 1 third Time 142 85 Charles
Paine St Albans Denaen Redwood II 4
Silver Knight Rubric and Ed Rail fin I
ished as named I
Sixth race six furlongs selling
Roberta 91 Martin S to 1 won May
Sutton 111 Rettig IS to 6 second
Grace G 111 Sullivan IS to il third J
Time 114 Adena vondel Illusion
Banrose and Birth finished as named 1
I At Jacksonville II I
Jacksonville Dee aThe Daytona sell
ing stake valued at 1000 was the fea
ture event at Moncrief this afternoon and
Charlie Eastman heavily played favor
ite at even money won Jockey Burns
who had the mount on Eastman how
ever came near sing the race away
as he eased up In the stretch run and
Question Mark came rapidly and finished
scarcely a nose behlng the winner
Powers finished first in three events
Summary
First race five furlongs purse Bosom
Friend 4 to 1 won Katherine Tan 8 to
1 second Sister Phyllis 4 to 1 third
Time 106
Second race five and a half furlongs
purse Lotta Creed 9 to 5 won Fenana
Cecillan 6 to 5 second Scruples i to 1
third Time 114
Third race six furlong Ballet Box I
to 1 won Mystifler IS to 1 second
John A Munroe 2 to 1 third Time 111
Fourth race Daytona handicap six fur
longs Charlie Eastman even Won Ques
tion Mark 9 to 2 second Hasty Agnes
9 to 1 third Time 128
Fifth race seven furlongs selling
Mary F 18 to 6 won Dr Barclay 4 to 1
second Aunt Kate 6 to 1 third Time
133 36
Sixth race mile and a sixteenth sell
ing Crepps Beckman S to 1 won Polar
star 18 to 1 second Mamie Algol even
third Time 164 46
JACKSONVILLE ENTRIES
First race five and a half furlongs
selling Gypsy Girl 89 Oerande Starover
100L Miss Sly 103 Fulfill Sou 104 Pin
Oak Dixie Knight 101 Kid 110
Second race five and a half furlongs
selling Splendida Anderson 102 Crappo
May Amelia Low Heart Brook Leaf
Many Colors MX Profitable 108 Alamo
Croyden Enlist C W Burt Mary Can
dlemas Alencoa M J Mhelan 109
Third race seveneighths of a mile
selling Admonltor Font Robin Grey
104 Hooray Ardrn Profit 109 Huskey
Petulant 112
Fourth race threefourths a mile
selling La Salle La Gterlo M Snowball
George W Leboldt > > 104 St Blmweod 106
Edgerly 107
Fifth race mile selling Roseburg II
93 Green Laun 88 Ragman 100 Admon
ish 101 El Dorado 106 BeileVlew Mr
Knapp M7 Plmpanto 109
Sixth race one and onesixteenth miles
selling Cunning Irrigator MO Little
Fits 104 Maximum 108 Tlvollnl Billy
Pullman 109 Heart of Hyacinth 112
County Clerk 117
I
I At Tampa I
Tampa Fla Dec 22 Mountain Dtv
enport and Jackson carried off the six
events today Five favorites finished
first The feature events went to Melis
sa Who was easily the pat Bannock
Bobs victory was the most popular Sum
maries
First race five furlongs selling Scarab
7 to 6 won Dredger 26 to 1 second My
Love 2 to 1 third Time10626
Second race five and a half furlongs
selling Cot Ashmead 4 to 1 won Acolln
8 to 1 second Autumn Girl E to S third
Time11246
Third race five furlongs Grace Kim
ball 2 to 1 won Jupiter 10 to 1 sec
ond Occidental 6 to 6 third Time
1 KM 45
Fourth race handicap six furlongs Me
lissa 13 to 20 won M T Shipp 6 to 2
second j Clolsteress 4 to 1 third Time
118 4o
Fifth race five furlongs sellingJoe
Mover 2 to 6 won Allck Mack 4 to 1
second Virginia Maid 2 to 1 third Time
104 35
Sixth race mile and a sixteenth sell
ing Bannock Bob 8 to 2 won DescOnets I
7 to 6 second Lillie Turner 4 to 1 I
third Time 15435
OAKLAND ENTRIES
Oakland Dec 22 Entries at Emery
ville for December 23
First race five and a half furlongs 2
yearold maidens purse Phosphorous
US Dlrretello Cian Cintra Pride of Ls
more Silk Cameo Morek 112 Mar
Twain 107 Whisky Toddy 110 Babe j
Neely Canteen 107 j
Second race six furlongs 3yearolds
and up selling Burning Bush Belle Kin
ney 118 Ellis Richardson Little Butter
cup Maud McG Andy Davern Ill Chit
terlings 112 Chantilly 114 Redondo i
Burleigh Gossiper II 117 Billy Myer 102
Formerly ran as Arragon
Third race mile and twenty yards 3
yearolds and up selling Follle L 109
Colonel l Jack 107 Buckthorn Woolen
Rosalare KM Bishop W 1 < I Dorothy
Ledgett lit
Fourth race five furlongs Salinas han
dicap Sewell lOll Spofan Ctoudlight M
Coppertown 93 Hamper R
Fifth race mile selling 8yearolds
and up Flavlgny J C Clem Belloniskdr
Sink Spring Special Delivery Mossback
109 Steel 197 Betmere Boy Junior Mike
Jordan Dr Mayer Mr Bishop 1M
Sixth race six furlongs selling Cob
bleskltl 111 Klmilal 110 Curriculum No
Quarter Copperfield 107 May Pink Bam
Barber Sir Barry Herives 106 Bold Lrdy
ReDs elar 13 1 Tlllett 102 >
SEBRING DIES
VDllamaprr t p Dc 2James D
Sebring well kuumi IIc ieI < > nal baseba i II
player died tonight He had been ill Ii
ionl I > a suort time
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I STill AFTER PORTLAND
Northwestern league Wants to Get
Team in That Pko Van
couver in Bad Way
Portland Dec SI William H Lu
cas president of the Northwestern
baseball league hal Just returned
from a trip to Seattle and Tacoma on
business in connection with the league
While at Seattle Mr Lucas had a long
talk with D B Dugdale who expressed
himself IUI hopeful of favorable action
on the part of the Pacific Coast league
relative to the admission of a North
western tean in Portland
Thus far nothing definite has been I
done by the Californians on the propo
sition and 10 far as known there has
not even been a call for a meeting or
a mall Tot issued which would Indl
cate that the southern moguls are still
as indifferent IM ever ae to the baseball
situation in Portland
A critic at Vancouver B C seems
to think that Lucas should do some
thing for the Vancouver club which
it reported to be in difficulties As a
matter of tact Lucas has nothing to
do with the running of the Vancouver
club and if that dub or any other
club In the circuit goes on the shoals
it la not his fault or his business
Mr Lucas cannot be expected to finance
the Vancouver club no more than be
would be expected to do likewise with
the Seattle club
At the coming meeting of the North
western league the Vancouver diffi
culties will be adjusted that is if
there are any difficulties Vancouver
Is a good ball town and if the present
owners want to unload they can find
a market readily
NEW YORK SCHOOlS TO
PlAY MODIfiED GAME
New York Deo IThe athletic di
rectors of the New York public schools
plan to revise the football rules to suit
themselves They believe that by
eliminating certain features of play they
can produce a game in which the element
of danger will be greatly lessened The
chairman of the committee In charge says
in a statement made public today
We shall take up the rules as the
Intercollegiate committee leaves them and
wherever their decision does not appeal
to us we shall modify or alter the regu
lations to fit our needs We shall sub
stitute some of our own provisions as
necessary for boys of high school age
for what is physically proper exercise
for older men Is not always suitable for
younger ones We hope to produce a
game which will be safe enough to war
rant the readoptlon of football In our
schools
Y M C A IN PRACTICE
FOR COLORADO TEAM
The T M C A basketball five is in
dally practice for the big game to be
played New Tears day against the Uni
versity of Colorado team which Is to
make a western trip at that time The
Colorado five meets Weber Stake acad
emy B Y U Apollo American Fork
team and the Lehl High school as well as
the Y M C A here I
LOSS OF 200000
Cincinnati 0 Dec IJA fire that
threatened the destruction of an en
tire block In the heart of the citys
business center tonight destroyed the
fivestory whisky warehouse of Sol
and Sig Friedberg Fourth street and
Central avenue and the firms stock of
whisky valued it 1126000 The entire
loss is estimated at more than 200000
The Grand hotel with 200 guests was
in danger
II WANTS HEARTTOHEART TALK i
New York Deo 21 Thomas J Lynch new president of the National league
sent a letter to hie six veteran umpiresHank ODay Bob Bmole Kane
James E Johnstone William J Klan end Charles Rlglef Mfclng them to com
municate with him as to where most 0 f their troubles with uw players ong
nated last season and whether coacher managers or bench warmers were pri
marily at fault
President Lynch hopes to curtail the friction that has existed letweem the
referee and the players His letter SBS In part
As a National league umpire I want you to answer to the best of you
ability this question Where did most of your trouble with the ball players last
season come fromthe team playing the game the coachers the managers or
the players sitting on the bench
As your answer will have important bearing on some reforms fa both um
pires and players that I wish to mak In running the game next season I
want you to give this question careful study and report to me at your aarlleit
convenience
fOOTBAll TOO ROUGH
fOR MANlY ART MAN II I I
Allentown Pa Dee 33 Football is
too rough a game for a prise fighter
Jim Savage of New York and Jack
Reed of Toledo were due to fight fif
teen rounds here recently More than I
1000 men gathered to see the fight
Savage failed to show up although his
manager had declared he was In the
pink of condition The referee arose
and announced that there could be no
fight for Savage in the pink of con
dition had foolishly gotten into a
football game at Paterson N J a cou
ple of days before and was otherwise
so battered that he could not appear
in the prize ring
TO TRAIN FOR WHITNEY
New York Dec IA J Jojner the
trainer was a passenger today on the
Mauretania sailing for England He
expects to reach Newmarket In ample
time to take up the training of Harry
Payne Whitneys horses before the clos
ing of the Lincoln handicap stakes and
other Important stakes in January When
In this country the trainer made a trip
to the Whitney training quarters In the
south and Inspected the thoroughbreds
there
AMERICAN JOCKEY BUYS
FINE ENGLISH ESTATE
London Dec 28 Sporting Life sass
that Danny Maher the American jock
has Just bought the house and eetat
known as Cropwell Hall neap Notting
ham for 8600 sterling It Is within
reach ot the country hunted by thr
famous packs of hounds namely fi
Harrington Belvolr and Quern which
fact influenced the purchase Maher bo
lair fond of I unting
CANAL COMPLETED BY
JANUARY 1ST 1915
Chicago Dee Congressman
Tawney of Minnesota chairman of the <
house committee on appropriation
aid tonight that the Panama canal
Will be completed and opened by Jan
uary 1 1916 at a total cost of 373
000000
The committee on appropriations nf
the house of representatives laid COD
gressmaa Tawney recently return I
from an Inspection of the canal W
will appropriate I35000QM for 191
and 1911 and t4800000n more for ti
completion of the canal making the
total cost 376000eoO

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