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I I KETCfiEL IS NOT
I i A fITZSIMftl0NS
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I 1 He Has but Little Show to Defeat
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6 r I I t Johnson the Champion
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On nil sides you hear the question
eBked Will the KctooclJack Johnson
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fight be carried out as originally plan
I ned In view of the showing that Kot
I chel made against Billy Papke last
I 1 Monday
I r It is a question somowhat hard to
I I answer Promotor CoDtroth and Man
ager Willis Britt representing Kot
I cliel declare emphatically tiiat the
light will take place la Octohor as or
I I iginally planned and go so far as to
I 1 i state that even had the fight ot Mon
I day ended in Kotchel being knocked
I t I l out tho heavyweight match would in
l I no way have been interfered with
I t Public opinion however counts for
I I something when tho box office receipts 1
I 1 are to bo considered and the Indications
t that neither Coffroth nor tho
J 4 i tiers are 1
4w j I fighters will rush headlong into the
1 matter without first having given tho
i 1 I middleweight champion another test
1 s to prove his right to meet Jack John I
p ij I 1 j son Before the fight of July 5th there I
i i r wero many who gave Kebthel a mighty
l I i good chance of beating Johnson They I
I i figured him a good ring general and
l j I I a man with so remarkable a punch
< that Johnson would not be able to i
7 stand against him Those same fight
t fans however when they looked at I
t s 11 Papke and Kotchol shook their heads
I Ii when It was suggested to them that
t I I Ketchel would stand a good chance
I > against the negro
f Even admitting that ho injured his
h I hands he would as likely hurt those
1 I same hands against Johnson Shill
t i Xlov didnt have tho punch to stow
i l away Battling Nelson last Monday let
I alone Billy Papke or Johnson The
i exercise of moving around the ring
1 in the first three rounds before Papke
I had marked him tired the Michigan
i I I boy so that It must either be admit
i I ted that ho was woefully out of condi
tion or gone back in the boxing game I
There are few boxers who can give
away forty pounds and still be con
sidered a possible vMnnor Bob Flu
i simmons did this it is true but that
one exception proved the rule In the
days of John L Sullivan James J
t Corbett and oven to tho later period
of James J Jeffries there was no
t
t talk of matching middleweights
j against heavyweights While Fitz
l simmons was a middleweight by
weight he was so remarkable a man
In many ways and had proved his
worth so thoroughly that there was no
questioning his right
i In tho lighter classes such as Joe
I Walcott among the welters and Joe I
Cans among the lightweights there
are Instances of men going out of their
classes and sustaining their reputa
tions It Is more difficult however
among the heavier fighters
Ketchel has accomplished llttlo of
the Fitzsimmons sort He looks to
be a genuine middleweight and gives
no signs of putting on weight much
above the 105pound mark He is
middleweight champion beyond a I
doubt but Papko cast a shadow on the
title last week not so much because I
of his superior work as because Kot
chel failed miserably
Under such conditions as exist
Johnson would go In the ring a 10tol
favorite over Ketchel and tho odds no
lower because thero would bo no bet
ting He would figure a certainty to
whip Ketchel and the fight would lose
the charm that goes with the big con
tests of the ring
i If Ketchel fights Langford the re
sult might put a different aspect on
affairs Tho writer is one of those who
believe that Kolchels showing was
due to his lack of training He will
find no easy opponent In Langford
and should he beat the negro middle
weight Ketchel will once more be I
ranked with the leading fighters Un
til he has done this or redeemed him
6 self by a spectacular defeat of Papke
the MichLgander will be laughed at
when the name of Jack Johnson Is
mentioned
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KETCHEL WILL NOT FIGHT
FOR LESS THAN 20000
San Francisco July 12 When I
shown the dispatch from Ely Nov
that Sam Langford refused to sign
articles for a fight with Stanley
Kctchol at Ely on Labor Day for
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only 5000 of the 26000 purse Wll
Ins Britt manager for Ketchel stat I
ed tonight that Ketchel would not j
fight for a cent less
Langford wants a bigger end I
of the purso and personally I think
he ought to have more it is up to I
Tex Hall the Nevada promotor
Ketchel will not fight at Ely for less
than 20000 If Hal wants to give
Langford more than 5000 wo have
no objection
Britt said that he felt confident
Hal meant business but if the plan
to fight in Nevada fell through
Ketchel would consider tho offer of
15000 made by James Coffrolh to
meet Langford in San Francisco
HORSE RACES FOR JULY 24
A Novel Harness Race Proposed For
the Ogden Track Handicap and
Winner Take Whole Purse
I Tho Intermountain Fair association
will give a race meet on tho twenty
I fourth day of July and shoot off their
fireworks in the evening The great
feature of the race in tho afternoon I
will be a handicap harness race either
pace or troL The purse will be 300
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three onemile heats each heat lobe
a race by itself and each heat will
receive a onehundreddollar purse
the winner to receive the whole purse
The race will be declared 225 class
or bettor Every horse who has a
record better Ulan 225 will bo set
back forty feet for each second bet I
ter than 225 unless any of the horses
should have a better record are not
known to be up to their records and
such the expert handicap will make
due allowance for The next feature
of this race will be that the winner of
the first heat will be sent to tho barn
to remain there the winner of the sec
ond heat likewise will drop out of the
race so that any horse can win only
one heat The entry fee to this race
will ho 15 and 15 from the winners
There must be at least six horses to
enter The management desires to
know Immediately If the race suits
the horsemen in this neighborhood
and tho entries will close at 6 oclock
on the evening of July 15 This race
will permit all the horses in Ogden to
enter because the slowest home will
start from the scratch line and those
faster set back forty feet thus giv
ing all horses an equal chance It I
will be a most unique as well as a I
most exciting race There Is said to
be ono horse In Ogden who has a rec
ord of 211 He will have to go back
SCO feet To see this horse gradually
close up the gap of 560 feet will cause
every person in tho grandstand to
arise to their feet and shake their
hats and handkerchiefs coaxing on the
fastest horse This handlcapdrop
thcwlnnerrace Is new but it is not
original with Ogden having been re
cently adopted in the New England
states Tho horses In Ogden City eli
I gible to this class are Admiral Evans
owned by C B Johnson Danz owned
by Charles Ziemer Little Jim owned
by M L Harbeson Klaltor Gray and
Fred Newton owned by O M Runyon
Job Lots owned by Alexander Grant
Noonday owned by J G Read Fran
cis J owned by J C Leggett King
Wiasatch owned by Dr E M Conroy
In addition to these three harness
races there will bo three running
races for purses 50 75 and 100
The horsemen are requested to enter
their horses at the secretarys office
3GO Twentyfourth street before G p
in July 15
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NEEL BEATS GARNETT
FOR TENNIS TITLE
Salt Lake City July ItTwo state
championships were decided at Lho
Country club Saturday afternoon Sam
Neel defeated Ned Garnott in straight
sets and Miss Kate Williams retains
her title by beating Miss Lewis in
straight sets I
A largo crowd had gathered to wit I
ness tho games and when Neel and I
Garnett appeared for the match they
were given a great ovation Neol I
played a careful game His serves
wore hard to return and It was a case
where un old court general outplayed
his younger opponent Neel won the
first set 63 At times Garnott showed
a flash of form which made tho sot I
result uncertain Neel had less trouble
in winning the second set taking It
by the score of C2 In the last and I
deciding set Garnett sbowed hotter I
but could not hold tho pace set by Neol
and lost C3
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Miss Kate Williams found a worthy
opponont In Miss Lewis especially ly I
In the first set which was a nlpand
tuck affair Miss Williams won C4 J
It was a hard set and at the end Miss
Lewis showed signs of weakening and
lost tho second and deciding set Gl
The victory makes Miss Williams the
Utah champion for another year
IlAGE BASEBALL 1
WAGENERS BEATEN
BY BINGHAM CLUB
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BIngham July nThe Bingham
Commercial Club bnaouall team de
feated the Wagoner Brewing company
team of Salt Lake Sunday afternoon
on the Bingham baseball diamond by
a score of 4 to 2 The game through
out was well played both teams play
lug first class ball
The feature of the game was four
twobaso hits by the Bingham team
and three twobase hits by the Wag
enor team Jensen of the Bingham
team struck out twelve men and John
son of the Wagoner team five men
The battery for Bingham was Burke
and Jensen and for Wagoner Johnson
and Hance
I The teams will play another game
of ball on the Walker Acid In Salt Lake
next Sunday
FORMER SALT LAKE
TEAM BREAKS EVEN
Salt Lake City July 12 The Mon
tana league with the IntermountaIn
league teams again In action opened
yesterday Our old friends the Sky
scrapers broke even at Butte hi a
doubloheadef and Helena trimmed
Livingston at Helena The fans say
that It will be a HolenaBozeman fight
to the end Livingston has a local
pride team which however with
some additions may show class
The Bozeman team Tias many friends
In Salt Lake and Its efforts to win the
Montana pennant will be watched with
Interest here
UTAH COPPER TEAM
BEATS RAILROAD BOYS
Salt Lake City Utah July 12The
Utah Copper team of Garfield main
tained Its class as a fast amateur nine
yesterday by winning from the Oregon
Short Line team by the score of 9 to
4 at Garfield The Copper boys wish
to challenge any amatour team in the
state
Tho batteries yesterday were Utah
Copper Singleton and Young Oregon
Short Line Ahem and Shultz
SERIES OF GAMES FOR
COUNTY CHAMPIONSHIP
Willard July 11 An interesting
game of baseball was played hero yes
terday between the Brigham Albertas
and the Willard Canning company
which ended in a victory for the Wil
lard boys by the score of S to 1 The
teams arc playing throe games for
the championship of the county Tho
next game will be played in Brigham
next Saturday
NORTHWESTERN LEAGUE
Spokane July 12Scoro
R H E
Seattle 1 1 P
Spokane 2 G 1
Miller and Shea Jensen and Spen
cer
Vancouver 3 Aberdeen 0
Aberdeen July 12ScoJc
Vancouver 3 7 1
Aberdeen 0 1 3
Gilligan Hlckoy and Brooks Star
kell and OBrien
NATIONAL LEAGUE N
Boston 4 St Louis 8
Boston JulV 1The locals won the
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l 3t game rf the aeries from St Louis
today Score R H E
Boston 4 1 0
St Louis 3 14 3
Ferguson and Bowormau Salee and
Phelps
Brooklyn and Cincinnati Divide
Brooklyn July 12 Brooklyn and
Cincinnati divided todays double
header tho visitors getting five out of
six games In the series Cincinnati
took the first of todays games 11 to 1
by slugging the ball The second
game was won by Brooklyn 6 to 4
Scores
First game R H E
Cincinnati 11 13 1
Brooklyn 1 9 2
Rowan and Roth McLean i Main
tyre Pastorlous and Bergen
Second game R H E
Cincinnati 4 5 1
Brooklyn 5 7 1
Ewing Dubuc and McLean Belles
and Marshall 4
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New York and Pittsburg Break Even
New York July 12New York and I
Pittsbung broke even In a doubleheader
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today the home team being successful
nl the first game 3 to 2 and being de I
feated in tho second game 9 to 0
Scores
First game R II E
Pittsburg 2 4 3
New York 3 9 0
Willis and Gibson Mathewson and
Schlel
Second game R II ID
Pittsburg 0 11 1
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New York 0 1 3
Camnitx and Gibson Marquard and
Wilson Scud Umpires ODay and I
Emslie w
Philadelphia 0 Chicago 3
Philadelphia July 2 Chcago
blanked Philadelphia today Score
R H E
Philadelphia 0 3 1
Chicago 3 5 1
Covcleskle Corrldon McQuillan and
Doom Martell Overall and Archer
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Cleveland 3 Washington 0
Cleveland July 12 Cleveland made
It three straight out of four from
Washington today in a fiveInning
game called on account of darkness
Score R H E
Cleveland S G 0
Washington 0 3 1
Rhoades and Easterly Johnson and
Kahoe
New York 5 St Louis O
St Louis July 12 New York won
todays game Score I
R IL E
New York to to 5 7 1
St Louis 0 3 5
Lake and Kleinow Powell Criss
and Stephens
Boston 4 Chicago 3
Chicago July 12Boston won the
last game of tho series with Chicago
this afternoon in ten innings Score
R H E
Boston 1 11 1
Chicago 3 11 1
White Smith and Sullivan for Chi
cago Ryan and Burrcll and Donohue
for Boston
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WESTERN LEAGUE
Omaha 9 Wichita 6
Omaha July 12SC01O
1 R LE
Omaha i11 9 9 5
Wichita 7L C 8 2
Sanders find Goading Shanor and
Weaver
Des Moines 2 Topeka 13
Des Moines July 12 Score
R H E
Des Moines 2 4 C
Topeka 13 12 2
Clark Miller Mortens arid Korner
Shea llcnrix Kaufman and Henry
Lincoln 4 Puoblo 3
Lincoln July 12Soore
R H E
Lincoln 4 G 3
Puoblo 3 7 1
Farthing and Mason Galgano and
Mitxc
Denver 1 Sioux City 7
Sioux City July 12Score
R H B
Denver 1 7 3
Sioux City 7 10 1
Shandow Clarine and Thompson
From and Towno
JEFFRIES SAYS HE WILL
NOT FIGHT JACK JOHNSON
Chicago July 12A special from
Montreal to the Tribune says Jim
Jeffries stated positively last night
that ho will not fight Jack Johnson
under any conditions The big cham
pion is giving an exhibition boxing
at an amusement resort there He
gave aa his reason lack of condition
and reluctance to fight a colored
man
manI
I wont fight Johnson for I have
decided to quit the fighting game I
cant get Into my old class and bo
sides I dont want to fight a colored
man I would like to see the cham
pionship go to a white man but 1
cant go on to defend it myself
There are plenty of men who can
trim this man Johnson The fans
can count me out though
GLIDDEN RACES
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MADE GOOD START
Detroit Mich July 12 Promptly I
on the stroke of 10 oclock Mayor
Brellmeyor fired tile guns starling
the first of thirty contestants in the I
sixth annual reliability run of the
American Automobile Association on
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tho long tour to Kansas City by way
of Chicago Minneapolis and Denver
For half an hour longer the gun
spoke at half minutes intervals until
the other machines were sent speed
ing out Michigan avenue toward Kal
amazoo Mich where they will spend
the night In the first control of
tho trip Not an accident marred the I
start Every car was in perfect con
dition and every engine worked per I
fectly as the machines darted across
the imaginary line and rolled out
Michigan avenue cheered by the
thousands of people who lined the
I streot clear to tho city limits
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CAR FILLED WITH CONFETTI
MARKS THE CROSSROADS
Detroit July HWith his pilot car
filled with confetti to mark cross roads
and other paints in the days journey
Dal H Lewis pathfinder for the sixth
annual reliability run of the American
Automobile association the Glidden
tour rolled away from tho Hotel Pont
chartraln at 730 oclock this morning
and bsan the longest and hardest
run which the association has ever un
dertaken
Swathed in canvas and rubber cover
ings thirty automobiles were then
parked In an enclosure in Sadillac
square waiting the starters signal to
follow the pathfinder on the 263Cmllo
journey which Is to take them through
Chicago Minneapolis and Denver to
Kansas City They had passed from
the control of their owners until the
tour Is over and were in charge or
the contest committee and the observ
er In each machine
I When the signal was given the ob
servers went to their respective cars
and under the watchful eyes the driv
ers and mechanics took off the covers
of the machines and made them ready
for the starting signal Luggage was
I placed In the tonneaus and the pas
sengers took their seats
A Premier car had the distinction
of being the first contestant sent off
on the long Journey Then at Inter
vals of one minute the names and
numbers of the other twentynine driv
ers wore called by the starters Each
driver was handed his time card as
he went over tho line and a great
cloud of dust along Michigan avenue
signified that the run had begun Kal
amazoo Mich will be the first stop
JOCKEY BROUGHT BACK
Salt Lake July 12 Clifford Kra
mer the Jockey who it is alleged
showed his thanks to his benefactor
John Oplo by stealing 100 worth of
clothing from the latter was brought
back from Denver yesterday and ar
raigned before Judge Bowman this
morning on a charge of grand larceny
His guilt was halfexpressed in his
readiness to waive his preliminary
examination and ho was bound over
to the district court for hearing there
At the close of the recent race
meet the little jockey was befriend
ed in many ways by Oplc who took
tho youngster under a parental wing
One morning Ople found that several
articles aggregating 400 In value
wore missing Coincident with this
discovery was the disappearance of
the jockey Kramer was apprehend
ed in Denver and returned to Salt
Lake by Deputy Sheriff Axel Steele
NELSON AND WOLGAST TO
BE CHIEF ATTRACTION
Los Angeles July 12Two big pugil
istic events scheduled for Elks week
are arousing great Interest In local
sporting circles
Tile tenround fight tomorrow night
between Battling Nelson and Ad
Wolgasl is the principal attraction
Tho betting favors Nelson at 10 to C
with very little Wolgast money in
sight The Milwaukee boxer is ex
pected however to make a good show
Ing and there Is the everpresent pos
sibility of a surprise to lend interest
to the bout
On Wednesday night Billy Papke and
Jim Flynn are scheduled for tho same
number of rounds Both fights are
before the Pacific Athletic club
FIGHT AT ELY NEV IS
DECLARED OFF BV LANGFORD
New York July 12ho match be
tween Sam Langford and Stanley
Kothcel which was to take place at
Ely Nov has been declared off by Joe
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1 I ANDREW CARNEGIE was a poor Scotch boy when ho t
came to America lie worked hard he saved a part of the
money he earned Today it keeps him busy just giving away
the interest on his fortune I
We will pay you 4 per cent interest on the money you put
in our Savings Department and compound the interest quar
terly I
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Woodman manager of the negro pu
gilist Woodman says Ketchel is not
entitled to demand 20000 out of a
I purse of 25000 and that Langford
wont fight for a few cents Woodman
says his man Is willing to fight
I Kotchol for a fair division of tho I
purse
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CHAMPIONSHIP GOLFOURNAMENT
OURNAMENT
Des Moinos la July 12 Nearly 200
of tho best golfers in the TransMiss
issippi Golf association are scheduled
to start In the thirtyslx hole qualify
I ing round of the ninth annual cham
pionship tournament over tho course
of the Des Moines Golf club and Coun
try club tomorrow morning
The players making the bent thirty
two sc > re3 in the qualifying rounds
will be eligible for the championship
and consolation tho sixteen losers In
the first round match play forming
the latter night
FREDDIE WELCH DEFEATS
JASEPHS OF ENGLAND
Mountain Ash Wales July 12
Freddie Welch the English light
weight who won a number of fights
In the United Slates in the early part
of he year defeated Young Josephs
also of England tonight In tho elev
enth round of what was scheduled to
ho a twenty round bout Josephs was
disqualified for fouling Welch ruled
favorite in the betting and hind the
better of tho bout throughout
GOOD CARD AT SHEEPSHEAD
Shoepshead Bay N Y July 12A
fairly good card was run off at Sheeps
head Bay today The feature was tho
Pontiac handicap one milo and a six
teenth which resulted in an easy vic
tory for Arasee by a length and a
half Tomorrow the olghteontihousaml
dollar Lawrence realization stakes
will bo run
EIGHTY THOUSAND FOR
BROOD MARE FLAIR
Newmarket Eng July 12The sen
patioual price of 80000 was paid to
day at Taltersalla for tho brood mare I
Flair the property of the late Sir 1
Daniel Cooper Tho previous record
price for brood mares was 02500 paid
for La Fleche I
WANT ADS BRING BIG RESULTS
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UTAH NATIONAL
BANK
OF OGDEN UTAH
OFFERS TO DEPOSITORS EVERY
FACILITY WHICH THEIR BAl
ANCES BUSINESS AND RE
SPONSIBILITY WARRANT t
J E Dooly President
Horace E Peery VlcePres
Ralph E Hoag Cashier
A V McIntosh Ass Cashier
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Capital and Undivided Profits
27500000
David Eccles Pres I
G II Tribe VicePros
John Watson VicePies
M S Browning VlccPres t
John Plngreo Cashlor
Jas F Burton AssU Cashier
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