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THE OGDEN STANDARD, OGDEN, UTAH, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1913. j
I COCHRAN ORDERS
I RACING YACHT
Designer Must Build Fastest
Boat Possible Under New
York Club Rules.
New York. Nov 1. Alexander
Smith Cochran, of Yonkers, one of
the richest bachelors In the United
State, and a member of the New
York Yacht club for nine years has
ordered a 75-foot sloop yacht to aid
in the defense of the America's cup
William Gardner, the designer of
many fast racing yachts, has been
commissioned by Mr Cochran to
design the new boat, with the stlpu-
Ilatlon that he shall not accept an or
der from any other yachtsman or
syndicate to design another sloop
for the same purprse.
No other restrictions hac been
plared upon Mr. Gardner, who is to
produce the fastest yacht possible
under the present rale of the New
York Yacht club It has not been an.
nounced who the builder of the yacht
Mr Cochran, who is to bear the
entire expanse of the building and
racing of the yacht, is best known
to yachtsman and the public through
his phenomenal success abroad with
I the schooner yacht, 'Westward, which
was designed and built for him by
the Herreshoffs in 191"
She crossed the Atlantic that year
and defeated all comers In German
and British waters, winning, among
other prizes, the Kaiser's CUp, at
Cowes, on August 1. The Schooner
was afterwards sold to a Orman
yachtsman and Mr Cochran has not
owned a yacht since.
I WANT POST SEASON
Madison. Wis. Nov 1 The que?
tlon of the western championship
football team meeting the eastern
champions In a post-season match, has
again come up for discussion In the
western conference Student senti
ment In the University of Wisconsin
has been brought to bear on the ail
i thoritlea and petitions will likely bo
sent to the various other members of
the "Big Nine. In order to ascertain
their feelings in the matter.
I The east has never ravored such an
;idea to any extent although the ques
1 tion of a post-season intersections!
SPEEDY MOBEY BAKER DOWNED AFTER AN END RUN
This photograph was taken during the game at Princeton last Saturday, when the classy eleven of Dartmouth twisted the tiger's tail to the tune of 6 to 0. Captain Mobey
Baker, the star kicker, and left halfback of the Princetonians, is shown at the extreme right, just as he was being thrown to earth.
rhampionship series has often been
! disc ussed
The Badgers do not look like cliam
i plonshlp material this year, as crlt
I LCB are in llnd to think that either
Purdue or Chicago will eventual'
Claim 'he title However Wlscon
sin would like to see either Purdue or
Chir.ii go meet Harvard, or Princeton
the two most likely candidates for
the 'astern championship
CRACK GOLFERS TO
PLAY IN DENVER
Denver, Nor 1. Considerable in
terest among golfing enthusiasts hsis
been aroused here: over the coming
appearance of Harry Vardon and Ed
ward Ray, the English cracks, on
next Monday. Tuesday and Wednes
day During their three days' sta In
the city they will give exhibitions
and meet some local golfers on the
links of the Denver Country club.
Grenades tr he fired from rifles to
to explode and displav bright lights
eor an advancing enem have been
invented in Europe tor infantrymen
1 WALSH ALMOST CERTAIN
I TO JOIN YANKS IN 1914
IXew York. Oct 31 From Philadel
phia come a report that Connie Mack
of the Athletics has traded Outfield
er James Walsh to the New York
Americans as part of a deal by which
Frank Chance sent Ciaude Derrick
to the Baltimore club, partly owned
by Mack, last year. When President
Karrell of the New York Americans
was asked about the supposed deal,
he declared that while he hadn't act
ually signed paperB that would make
Walsh his property something might
come of it later on.
Complete Record of Jim Walsh.
James P Walsh, outfielder, born at
Conemaugh, Ireland September 22,
18S8. Received his early education
In Syracuse at the "rn.rersltj of Nia
gara. Played first base on the col
lege nine. Began playing profession
al baseball in 1908. Walsh Is 6 feet
10 Inches in height and weighs 176
pounds He bats and throws right
handed. His professional record fol
I- G. AB R H SH SB PC. PO. A. E. PC
19U8 Albany 94 302 41 1 16 .. .202 167 23 8 980
1909 Northampton 96 331 61 06 290 179 ft 13 931
1910 Baltimore 140 481 70 129 15 18 .288 242 16 12 956
1911 Baltimore 140 481 70 129 15 IS .268 242 16 12 956
1911 Baltimore 150 529 88 140 17 29 265 322 23 17 953
1912 Athletics 151 107 11 27 2 7 .25" 70 1 4 947
1913 Athletics .. 97 302 58 77 12 15 .265 177 14 6 .970
Harvard, Princeton, Cornell
and Dartsmouth Send Teams
to New York.
New York, Nov 1. On Saturday,
November 22 Harvard Princeton
'ornell and Dartmouth will send their
rross-countn teams to New York, to
participate In the intercollegiate cross
country championship run which will
I,.- staged at Van Cortland park. Co
himbia. Yale. Pennsylvania and other
schools have also signified their in
tention of sending their hill and dale
men Into the contest
The Van Cortland course Is one o'
the best in the metropolitan district
and much better than the T raven Is !
land course where the run wa.B held j
Inst year Although Harvard won the
tram event at the Trovers Island met
the sensation of the da waa the phe
nomenal run of John Paul Jones, the
marvelous runner of Cornell
This year Cornell will be without
; the servlres of Jones and fh only
veteran that Coach Moakley has on
I his squad is Cadiz, unless Klng6ley,
who was injured last fall, rounds In'o
shape Frederickson. Burke. Kent
Curry, De Guyler, Tlnkham. McGol
rick, Hoffmlre, Potter Irish and Stan
ton compose the string in training
Harvard still has Captain Boyi, 1
Carter Blackman and MrClure of last j
rear'B team, with E. P Stone. South
worth, Twlrhell, Oozzaidt. Tugman,
Zamore, Fuller, Peckman and Kent
showing up well in practice Stone
has surprised even Schrubb, the train
er. and may displace one of the vet
Keen Fltzpatrick. Princeton's train
er. says he Is vastly pleased with the
fifty or more candidates at the Tigr
school. So far 1 D MacKenzle, thr
Princeton crack runner, lias only heer
able- to Indulge In very light practice,
hut he may be able to run by the
time the meet Is held Others who
have shown good farm are Capt W.
S. Doty. Blschoff. Cooley, Goodwin,
Morrison and Fielder.
Dartmouth can not be expected to
do very much this year as the cn
tire ream went out at graduation last
I spring. Harry Hillman. the conch
Is doing the best be can to build
around Kenned. Dnrgin, Merrill. Ca-I
re , SaUmarah, the Granger brothers
Brown and Bull
BETTING FAVORS j
MITCHEL TO WIN
New York. Nov 1 With the elec
tion only three days away, the oppos
Ing leaders in the hottest, mayoralty
campaign waged In New York in many
years are lining up their forces for
the final battle.
Charles F Murphy, the Tammany I
leader yesterday predicted the elec
tlon of the Tammany candidate for
the mayoralty. Edward E MeCaJI. by
a plurality of 150,000. The fusion
leaders declined to make any defln
Ite statement, but declared the Mur
phy claim to be ridiculous and held
that there could be no doubt of the
election of John Purroy Mitchell, the
The betting seemed to warrant the
confidence of the fustonlsts. As sood j
as four to one was quoted on Mitch
ell to win. One bet of $1200 to S300
was recorded. This was the onl)
bet of good size reported in the Wall
street district during the day
Former Senator William H Key
nolds has placed $6000 on Mitt hell w
three to on and has announced thm
he has 2O,OO0 more to place at the
BIG TRADING TIME
OF AMERICAN LEAGUE
New York. Nov 1 What will the i
harvest be? The big trading time
of the American league year !s at
hand the annual meeting, which will
be held In Chicago next Thursday It
has been the ogiif in the past for
the magnates to engineer their big
gest swaps at this time Deal al-rond-
hanging fire are closed up.
others are set In motion and still
others are put through on the spur
of the moment. in a number of
cases the managers -s well as the
club presidents make It their busi
ness to be present and in most of the
remaining cases, the magnates are
under Instructions from tblr field
generals as to what sort of deals
they shall attempt to swing In tact
Hale else Is likely to be done at the
meeting, beyond the transaction ol
routine business in which Ban John
son will say what he desires and the
magnate's will vole unanimously for
Indications are that there will be
aboMt the usual amount of bartering
though there probably will be no such
big affair as the hance-Tlnker-t'orrlden
transaction that resulted In
new managers for two clubs the
Cincinnati Nationals and the New
York Americans Every club Is like
ly to be mixed up In the Interchange
of players, either receiving or deliv
ering or both About the only team
thar will rest on Its oars so far as
going after new men h coneemed is
Connie Mirk's band of world's cham
pion Athletics Yet even the Ath
letics probably will be in on the gen
eral doings, for it Is likely that when
President Shlbe and President Far
rell of the Yankees get together the
final details of the deal by wn ch
Outfielder Jimmy Walsh goes to th -latter
will be fixed up It Is learnt-i
from an authoritative source that,
despite partial denials by both sides,
this transaction Is a certainty.
CARLISLES TO PLAY
Spokane, Wash , Nov. 1 Far ea--and
far west will battle on the grid
iron for the first time in football
history when the famous Carlisle In
dian school team meets the Wash
ington State college eleven in Spo
kane Christmas day.
Coach John R Bender of Wash
ington state, ha received a req nest
for the game and has announced ac
ceptance. In addition to playing at
Spokane, the Indians plan to play at
Seattle and Portland on this winter's
Their game with Washington Slate
will ntford the first opportunity for
Intelligent comparison of the class
of eastern and western college foot
ball teams. St LoiiIh unlverslt) was
defeated decisively in Spokane by
the State college eleven in 1907. but
St. Louis did not rank with the Car
lisle Indians and the game gave a
basis of comparison between the
west and only a limited number ol
colleges In the middle west j
Oarsmen Hope to Compete for
Championship at Olym
Now York. Nov 1. There is a
great possibility that American oars
men will have an opportunity to
compete for the International rowing
championship at the Olvmplc games
in Berlin In 1916.
The German Rowing association.
Which will have charge of that
branch of athletics In the coming
pames has sent out Invitations for
the various nations to send rowing
crews to Berlin in CK. nnd .lame-,
! Pllklngton, president of the National
Association of Amateur Oarsmen In
this country Ik planning to take the
matter up with the various rowing
clubs throughout the United States.
p will b- remembered that the
I American eight, won the lnternatlon
I nl championship at Paris in 1900, but
, since then the management oi" the
I Olympic contesi at London and at
Stockholm, sent out such half-hearted
Invitations and imposed so many
conditions, that the Americans were
! not able to competn
There are more clubs in the United
States ihon there were in 1900 and
it Is believed that the financial (jues
tlon can be easily arranged by subscription
OF 1913 WINNERS
New York, No. 1. Here Is the
complete roster of the baseball pen-n-int
winners In all the leagues of
the United States for this year.
World's champions, Athletics,
i American league, Athletics.
National league, New York
International league, Newark.
American association. Milwaukee,
Federal league, Indianapolis
New York state league. Blnghu ni
ton. New York-New Jersey league, Long
Eastern association, Hartford.
Empire State league Yaldos'a
I (first 9enson), Thomasvllle (second
, season ).
Ohio Slate league. Charleston
Nebraska league. Kearney.
Wisconsin-Illinois league. Oshkosb.
Western Trl-State league, Walla
Walla (first season); Boise tseconJ
season ) .
Indiana-lllinols-lowa league, CJuln-
Michigan State league Manistee.
Union Association. Great Palls
Appalachian league, Johnson City
l (first season), Knoxvlle (second
Virginia State league. Petersburg
Texas league, Houston.
New England league. Lowell.
South Michigan league, Rattle
Twin State league. Northampton
Kentucky - Indiana - Tennessee
Southern league. Atlanta.
Central league, Grand Rapids
North Carolina league, Winston
Trl-State league Wilmington.
Texas-Oklahoma league, Denison.
Canadian league. Ottawa
Central association. Ottumwa
South Atlantic league, Savannah
(first season): Savannah (second i
season i .
Northern league, Winona.
Ce.orge-Alab. n ue, L.wlsden.
Interstate league, Krlo
Cotton Stales league, Jackson.
PHILLIES HOPE TO WIN PENNANT
Philadelphia. Nov. 1 William F.
Baker, the new president of the
Phillies, says that the Philadelphia
National team must win the national
league pennant next year. The th
letlCS have such a strong hold on
the Philadelphia fans, that no teia
under championship calibre can drit
a crowd In the Quaker City.
8IXTY-SIX MEN TO WEAR THE 'IP
Cambridge, Mass , Nov, l. gtjty.
six of Harvard's athletps are entitle
to wear the "H" this year. Any
who participates In a major sport
the contests with Yale Is giren u
"H." ' !
llardwlck, the varsity left balf
back has made his letter in football, '
baseball and track.
JAP SEEKS BILLIARD TITLE
TAMURA CHALLENGES HOPPE
Ikujiro Trin-.uM. i
Ikujiro Tamura. the famous .Tup
anese billiard player is in this coun
try foi the lirs' t!mr- seeking the
billiard championship of the world
Tamura Is the title' holder of Japan
and will shortly Issue a challenge to
Willie Hoppe for a match comes',
carrying with It the world's IS- bL'
Since arriving in this country tW
Jap hat; plaved often at Doyle s eciar
mv in New York and has dUP-W'
such form as to make nun a wortw n
opponent for Hoppe.
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