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t 2 OGDEN MORNING EXAMINER OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY FEBRUARY 1910 Ii
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I t FIK WEATHtR
i 1 fAVORS SPORT
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i Mild Temperature Attracts Big
Crowd to Emelyville1ilcll
Played Horses Win
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OAKLAND Cal Fob lTllerc
was a IKIRO attendance at Emerxxille
tudny and line weather faxorod the
sport Favorites did not fare well but
well played horses were successful In
most of the races Ilnpld Vatoi
z proved a surprise In the second Gold 1
t nun was plunged on hut Hamor beat
hm badly
FfrsC race six tut longs Likely
Dieudenne 3 to 1 won Pimklra 21
to 1 second Electroxvnn 13 to 01
s third Time 115 i
Second race selling six fmlongs
Rapid Water 12 to 1 won Fordollo
13 to 5 second Jim Carteratta 3 to
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1 hhird Time 1 1545 I
Third race furtuilt courseSir
Ham C to 1 won Salvage 2 to 1 I
second Ellerd 30 to 1 third Time
113 25
Fourth race futurity course Ham I
per 13 to 5 won Qoldflnn even sec
ond Oiello 1 to 1 third Time
1 1135 I
Fifth race ono mllo and 50 yards
Keep Moving 3 to owln Melton
dale 7 to L second Hosetalc 1U to
n third Time 14135 j
i Sixth race fie furlongs Tohu H j
Sheehan 2 to 5 won Gilbert Rose 1
r 10 to 1 second Virgie Casse 10 to
third Time 10135
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1 f lONG SHOTS WIN I I
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1 Blagg Wins Handicap With Top I
Weight AboardTwo Fa
t vorites Ahead I
Juatcz Feb 12 Two favorites and
four long shots divided tho money at I
Terrazns park today Blagg under top I
weight lie pounds easily won tho
i handicap at six furlongs leading the I
entire distance Summnrj
Fir t race selling five and a half
9 furlongs Coiunl won Seasick second
Dandy Dancer third Time LOG 35
Second race selling six furlongs
Tuslleoi won Father Eugene second
j Rio Pros third Time 111 I
Third race three and a half fur
I longs twoxearolds Ilsic won Kin
Folks second Mary Rudd third Time
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Fourth race six furlongs Blagg
4 won Ovpsy King second Lomond I
i third Time 112 4G
Fifth race selling six furlongs
Apologise won Busy Man second
t Clint Tucker third Time 113
Sixth race soiling mile The Slick
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or won Hardly Seen second Alton
berg third Time 140
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Tampa Fla Fob 12Upsets wore
frequent today only two favorites
winning Summary
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First race about three furlongs
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of any on the market
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are the best of the cheaper
lied
We are the Stale Agents
for the C N LEI W001
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I 1 Basement First Nat Bank
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I Direct Wires to All Tracks
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I Marts Miss ivan Ell Brjson second
I Looter W ihlrd Time 31 45
Second race five and n hull fur
longs selling Elizabethan won Car
oouuiel second Morpeth third Time
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1 Thjul cc live fjujcloncs selling
Sallie Savage won Fllli Ford second
The Ram third Time 104
I ourth raco live and a half furlongs
I POlllnq Robby Cook won Punky see
j ond Clolsturess third Time 110 15
I Fifth race six furlongs soiling
Hoyle won Sir Walter Rollins second
UonehraUe third Time 11725
Sixth race mile and an eighth Belt
I ing Vancn won Bannock Bob se und
Great Jnb e4Vlrd Time 200 Ii
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1 SULliVAN GUESt
I I AT BOXPARTY
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Popular Lightweight With
Friends Entertained Has
I Good Word for Ogden
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I Pete Sullivan Jim Mulnnoy Trainer I
Hannan Dan Grattan Prank Arm I
I strong manager of SIIII Ian and Ab i
bot Mnglnnls the latter of this city 1
I w ero etertalned At a box party at the
Orpheum theater last night by the ath
loUt performers showing there
Last weeks show at tho orpheum
had several athletes of no mean abil
Ity on the program all of whom at
tended Sulllnn at his training quar
ters during tho past week to see him
r working out and one of whom had a
threeround bout with the Fall River
lightweight one day last week This
wan Sammy Brown tho eGrman color
ed boy who does tho tumbling for the
Klein family As If to make especial
effort toward entertaining his visitors
last night Brown got unusually en
thusiastic in his tumbling and falling
stunt and during one of his breath
taking flights across the stage lost his
balance and tumbled Into the box oc
cupied bj the party of athletes
Sullhan and his party leave today
for Salt Lake where they will re
main some time according to pres
ent plans Arrangements are already
under way for a match between Sul
livan and Tommy Dawson of Indian
apolis Ind who challenged the world
at 133 or 135 pounds through tho
sporting columns of the Examiner
last week While definite plans have
not as jet been made It Is expected
that the fight will bo held In Pocatel
lo Ida Sullhan expressed himself
as more than pleased with the treat
ment accorded him by Ogden follow
ers of the manly art of self defense
and safd before leaving that he will
always remember Ogden aa one of
tho fairest squarest sporting towns It
has been his privilege to enter
I JOHNSON IS AN UP
TODATE ROUTER
By Billy Madden famous as a fight
er before the present day pugilists
were born and handler of many of the
greatest boxers the world has ever
known
If there Is such a thing in fighting
as the new school Jack Johnson
was the first pupil to graduate This
in my answer to Jim Corbett who
claimed In a story In Tho American
a few days ago to bo tho originator
of a new school This now school Is
the pure simon brand of bunk
lighters are only human Go way
back Into history and you will discover
that everything now used in tho fight
ing game Is exactly the same as years
ago In fact oldtimers hae the
bulge on the men of today When I
i they wont in to fight they fought
j Now many especially members of
Coibetts new school enter a ring
I not to fight but to display their danc
i Ing abilities
I Its a remarkable thing that oery
new crop of fighters swell up and pro
nouucu themselves far superior to the
famous stars I have been hearing
this since I was 17 years old and now
Iam57
Men dont improve in tho prize ring
lilt gamo has always been tho same
and can never change Fighting is
I simply a combination of speed game
ness nnd endurance Speed ib the
I principal necessity But fighters such
I as Corbett and others woro themselves
j out with their fancy footwork That
I was the reason I put a wager on Fltz
when he beat Corbett at Carson City
I Johnson fights jn the proper man
ner He stalls nnd fights on the dc
fensje Dancing around an oppon
ent may be an inspiring sight but It
never gathers any coin Johnson can
I get away from Jeffs rushes without
j doing a highland fling Corbolt and
McCoys argument to the contrary
notwithstanding
That Left and Crouch
Kid McCoy goes Into raptures over
Jeffs marvelous left hand and tho big
fellows crouch which ho says Is In
vulnerable With these two great ad
nntagee It took Jeff eight rounds to
stow away Tltz And In the meantime
tho lanky Cornishman put over many
a hard wallop Johnson met Fit and
through au accident stuck out his
right hand and Fib went down and
out In two rounds By the accident
J mean that Johnson didnt Intend to
knock out Fits hut allow his to stay
the six rounds Fltz
was just as
good thou as when he met Jeff The
comparison Is not in faor of Jeff
Ardent Jeff admirers will jell pitz
was all in Well how do we know
that Jeff wont be all in when ho
meets the dark thunderstorm McCoy
pay Jeff Ta a wonder Ho moans
that Jeff Was wonder
a There is a
wldo gap between Is and wao
When Jeff was at his best Tom
Sharkey hold him safe In his two
tiffs even If Jeff did get the verdict
EMJrjone will admit that when Kid
McCoy was good he was iv pippin It
was not many months ago that he I
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went on with Jim Stewart at a local
club McCoy won the battle But it
IB prize ring history that Stewart was
I the worst scared ighter that oeif
climbed between ropes Stewart
1 didnt know whether he was in a rim
or ilL naKo ThS JtlU full balls
fled after that victory that he couldn
I come hack and gracoftilb retired
Jeff IB 110 < llfferent rom McCoy When
he meets Johnsou ho will vealbo af
ter the affair that no man can come
back
Now for a little discussion about
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Jeffs croucn fho crouch Is a grand
thing to look at But can a man fight I
In that manner Echo answers no1
A man has to stand up to fight And
I Johnson will make Jeffries fight Even
i If Johnson stalls durlpg the early part I
he will keep Jeff fighting all the time
I To do much damage Jeff will havo to I
abandon his crouch and fight in the
open If Jeff forces Johnson to swap I
J punches dont forget that the white
I man will be meeting n colored marvol
who has two good hands This Is an I
advantage in favor of Jack If Jeff
persists In his crouch It will give John
eon good opportunities to whip in his
terrible righthand uppercuts
Suppose Johnson clips Jeffs chin
several times with a stinging upper
cut dont you think It will hurt Jeff
You know he Is only human In his
tirst fight with Jeff Corbolt cropped
him with a straight right hand and It
nearly put Jeff to the floor Johnson
can hit harder than Jeff over could I
Being a lefthanded fighter Jeff IB
handicapped He has only ono good I
hand while a real good lofthnndor
should be able to jab with his right
and usa tho left for the finishing I
work
A few more words to Corbolt and I
others about flatfooted fighters
Peter Jackson was strictly n flatfoot
ed fighter and ho went J4 rounds
with Corbett Looks an If a flat
footed man Isnt so bad ch
Getting back to the new school
I wish to say that Mike Donovan was
the greatest clover man that over
stepped Into a ring Billy Edwards
was another shifty votoran So was
Tack Dempsey rind Jack McAulIffe
But all were members of the poor de
funct old school As I finish I would
request Corbott to Inform me what
school Fitz belonged to when he shot
that solar plexus into Jlma body at
Carson City
ACTRESS TO BECOME
WIFE BELMONT
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New York Feb 12 Formal an
nouncement of the engagement of
Miss Eleanor Robson to August Bel
mont was made tonight The engage
ment has for a long time Leon ex i
peeled and Its official confirmation
did
not create surprise Mss Robson clos
ed her season tonight In Brooklyn
passing with the fall of the curtain
from professional to private life The
editing will take place In March
MISSING NAVY TUG
CAUSE OP ALARM
Washington Feb I21hore U
grave npprohenalon at the navy de
partment that the iwy tug Nina has
been lost at sea Orders have been
sent from the yards at Norfolk Phlla
I delphia New York and Boston to send
vosoelq Immediately to search for her
I Tho Nina left Norfolk last Sunday
for Boston and has not been heard i
from since Sho has a complement of
28 men
PRINTERS FRIEND DEAD
Rochester Mass Fob 12 Thomas
D Dodge a philanthropist and invert t
tor of Cylinder printing presses died
at his homo hero today aged 87
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