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THE OGDN 10 IE) , jj S . , - IJ 1 BY AHERN IVE GOT f BIG IDEA, MRS VlOOPLE - ViWDONbO PROPOSED WITH tF VOU PICKED UP SiKFASTTElS VirtH CLYDE AFTER "THAT BG DEA? -- AS TOR "TWE D - ; rrs cracked OIL uow J tWE , - V Her sell IDEA aJ t Season's OF SELF FOLDING l : J - yNAPKiNy' . tion formed, GOOD BOOSTER. Ogden proved to be one of the best i baseball towns in the state during the past season. Record crowds at tended the games and the support accorded the 'team was perfect. stage of the season, shortly after1; the lc(op opened, Ogden dropped from, the top of the heap to the last position but this failed to discourage the fans. Instead of throwing the nine down the fans rallied to the support of the team, and stayed with them.' Mayor Frank Francis will preside f t the 'meeting Thursday evening. Treading business men of the city who are interested in the game are to at- . tend. TO NAME C030IITTKLX , Committees for the new. league will be named at the meeting Thursday and. other details worked out. Provo is anxious ' to land a berth in the new loop.; Two Wyoming cities want to organize and enter the league. Ogdenites want baseball. They demonstrated this fact last summer and are, eager to again demonstrate (tl;e worth of this city as a baseball At-on- e , s 'center. V o- o- CHICAGO, Nov. .16. Willie Hoppe. world's balk line champion, defeated Roger Conti of France, 400 to 188, in Tuesday's game of the world's. 18.2 balk line billiard championship tournament. The match went six innings. Hoppe's high run was 175 and his Conti's high run was average 66 150 and hi average 37 Score: Hoppe 0, 175, 46, 143, 2. Zi 400. Conti 150r 0. 30,, 0, 3 188. Jake Schaefer, Jr., Tuesday defeated iGeorge Sutton, both of Chicago, 4 00 to 260 in the second afternoon game of the world's 18.2 balk line billiard ehampionship tournament. The match went seven innings. Schaefer made a, high run of 187 In the sixth Inning' and went out in the seventh with an unfinished run of 144. His average was 57 ton's high run was 148 and his javer- -' Score: age 37 Schaefer 33. 26, 1, 4. 5, 187, 144. -Total, 400. Sutton 2, 17, 84, 8, 0, 1. 148. Total, 260. . Ora Mofningstar, veteran player of San Diego, Cal., defeated Edouard Horemans, champion of Belgium, 400 to 171, in the first afternoon game of the world's 18.2 balk line billiard championship tournament. star had a run of 145, while Horemans had two runs of 60 and 63. The game went 11 innings. The averages were: Momingstar, 36 Horemans, 17 Up until the seventh period, it looked as thousrh the foreign star would win the match. but after that inning the breaks were in favor of the American player. score by innings: f The Morningstar -- 12, 0, 6, 30, 14, 0. 38, 78, 2, 145, 75. Total, 400. Horemans 7, 5, 12, 60, 0, 6, 5 13, 03 0.' Total 171. ' . . 3. 3-- 5. -- 1-- 1-- .' 7. 7. 1; 1-- . , - oo gets playerPAYMENTS INJURY BAXjL PHILADELPHIA, Nov. 16. broken leg. Although many of the football fans J tn hittfr th Ct ! By BILLY in AN 8 (Copyright. 1921, NEA Service) Some years ago a certain major league basettall manager barred gloves of any kind during the first four days of the training trip. It was a radical departure from the methods ordinarily used in rondltlon; in a major lyague ball cluH. Natur ally the Innovation received publicity. ' The thought was to make the play- m o n lino REE CAREY uata to no orwaraea New System a twj . (Special Dispatch.) SALT LAKE. Nov. 16. Protests will be cnered with the Hocky Moun- tain Ofni.ils association as soon as available data can be secured regardthe officiating of Beferee George ing M. Carey In the Colorado-Uta- h game Photographs. played here Ktatements from fficlals and othtr data will be mailed Immediately to Henry Smith." In charge of thooffi-cial- s of the Itocky Mountain' Conferers themselves ence it was announced today. work Coach Tommy Piltpatrick gave his Into rlaying conwarriors another day's rest yesterday. without any dition, effects. A swim on Monday, coupled withwome injurious ab- expert rubbing by Trainer Kinar Neil-se- n Naturally thecatchhas taken most of the ftiffness out sence of the ing gloves kept thes of the Crimson muscles. Captain Harvey Hancock's Injured pitchers from loope. It also arm has not been showing much Imheld good for the provement, and the fighting Crimson leader may be unable to play on other players. a of ThankfRivIng day in the annual con Instead test with the Aggies. Hancock's arm sore bunch of F.VANS so paraiyied that he has practical. arms, a directly op is action. posite condition prevailed. The desire no Mdeward was to icet the ulayers In fhape to ,The final strftch of practice for the game will start this afternoon. rtand tho Ftraln, before bringing the Aggie Coach Fltzpatxlck will prepare! his glovea --on the scene. The innovation took o well, that charges for a Ftrenuoua battle, as indications point to a affair. many of the major league managers The were down, in a bodyfor who at first ridiculed the Idea, are Agies the Colorado 'U" game, and appeared now Ftrong for It. Nothing doing-othe gloves, now is the watchword In confident after the game that they trim the Crim.on. the camps of a number of major would Next of the first wwk Friday the U" men's club will tama league during entertain at a banquet at the Commertraining. cial club in honor of the football team. ;oiis in ;olu What holds good In the develop- On Saturday the senior class will give ment of ball rdavers can also be ap , a dance at theHotel Utah for the war- plied to golfdom. 1 have ta!kevl with,riors. ooa great many of the leading golf pro f e?!doiials. also sonic of our amateur ilayer. and all of thrm i! ROGERS MAY NOT 'much A la?t--8aturd-ay. -- -- gradually it- X)MIIti:i . , WOUEfJ ' A. nirT'ci j ior comparison oi scores season every game played during the shows that the Agi's have bv far the best scoring machin. : The season's scores follow: Utah Aggies 4 8. Ogden A. A. 21. Utah Aggies 30 Montana 0. Utah Aggies 14, Wyoming 3. Utah Aggies 0. Nevada 41. Utah Aggie 2S, Colorado Mines 7. Utah Aggies 20, College of Idaho 0. Total scores: Aggies 113. "oppon ents 72. Utah's records follow; , Utah 14, Wyoming 3. Utah 14. Colorado college 3. Utah 7. Nevada 28. Utah 17. Idaho 7. Utah 0. Colorado 0. IPEK core: Utah 52. opponents 41. Total BRIGHT A PUMCTUREP - UOOPLE In the Nevada contest the Aggies were, snowed under, .the score being -a 41 to 0. Bradshaw simply waded vnd around the through the AgKie line ends at will. The A KRies were never vlthln scoring distance. Utah, on th? other hind, lost to the Nevada aggregation by u. 2 S o-7 score, uy comparmon or me srorw LEAD SACRAMENTO Utah Is the favorite. But tm dope X J;e?.di," J sheet has many times ben upset sible to change the method of in- through" a comparison of scores. struction. and nave tne players SACRAMENTO, Calif., Nov. 16. met at the hands defeat Wyoming rUildlv utick to it. at are Lake Salt that BUI Rodgera would not Basketball practice at the ..Weber Oddj being offered of both Utah and the Aggies by re it were possible to satlrfy the be- - Reports If be at helm of the Senators next the Normal college started yesterday with at 5 to 3 that the leopards defeat S spective scores of 14 to gjnner in golf by giving him instrue-- ; year have been current in Sacramento a bang. The official practice will be the Logan. high gridders by more than I'LAYI-KAMI? Nl.MIJIJIt without ussnj a golf ball, his for several days. Although Charles tailed Thursday, at which time more 2o points in their annual interschol-asti- c Friday Contest Promises To date th9 aSsw have pi ayed six tion would b much fas r, and Moreing, one of the owners progrcRs the club. than 40 hoopstcra are expected to recontest next Saturday. On paper while Crimson has the games, In the end. The refused to comment played more far Between Keen satisfactory on tfce port for action. The chrss eeries will the Leopards are strong favorites but repo Rivalry a like number. swing or the stroke is the thing in Lewis Moreing, the other owner, commence Friday, according to Coach the dope sheet has been upturned on scores rrom tne Aside up Teams Two to the player Just Rodger are out of the city. It is and plied ty golf. However, recorn-in- ? Malcolm Watson. occasions and the this year associa Athletic irany Nevada, the Ogden is swatting the Htartlng. big objective that however, reliably game may be one of the surprises Rodgers ported tion gridders are the only other eleven the ball. ' ha been released. He came here In the year. to score more than seven points on the Hoop players at West high, Granite Dlspauh.) advici: (Siecll 1318 from Portland. i:xpi:rts answer over all East will snd the call j The Ogdenites chased high LOGAN. Nov. 16. Coach Burns Aggl"Forget inther Is such a thing as a Rumors in inside baseball circles oi tne inaoor sport tnts week. The Coach Ott Itomney at the East high Crookston is putting his men through three touchdowns in their game. ball used playing golf. Concentrate to the effect that Charlie here oo Kast high Leopards appear to have school is working his charges overtime the paces at the Brigham Young Colon the swing. When you have mas- Pick, are baseman of the club. Is third the best aggregation in the Salt Lake in preparation for the Logan battle. lege in preparation for the contest to th likely to be the tered the swinff, apply it hitting new manager. division, the entire team of 1920 with Romney believes in being prepared here Friday with the fat Idaho Tech 55,000 SEATS SOLD No ene- tries to run as a child bal). oo che exception being back in togs. BoVh for the enemy. The Leopards have aggregation from I'ocatello. before he has learned how to walk. B 0WI STANFORD defeated every team they have met team? are of the junior college rank IN Most people are learning the golf THREE GRID TITLES d scores and and promise to furnish tire fans plenty Hugo Hezdek's I'cnn State gridiron this season by llnea. They insist game along tho-iwarriors are, to hold a light workout their speed and ability will be matn of fun when they tangle, AT STAKE SATURDAY on before they to hit the trying STANFORD UNIVERSITY. Cal.. have properly learned ball here en Toute to Seattle 'Where they features in the coming championship so. C. Y. team B. The returned to how do Monday - ' one "of the 65.000 That is Why it is. so easy to lose me's 16. Every will battle the, Washington University contest. from Idaho, where the Crim- Nov. morning new seats in Stanford stadium the In sons eleven, December"- 3. Last jrear the a sticker SAN FRANCISCO. Nov. IS. Three the Duffy Lewis, leading when playing golf. That is played two games, tie with tho Ohio State warriofs- held a workout Pacific Coast league during the past Hicks Normal coliege eleven and a de- probably will be taken when the struc- temper football or three a hit has game, for as many titles, after piaycr here and scores of Ogdenites witnessed season, and the only gent to hit iver cisive victory over tho Idaho Falls ture is dedicated at the "big game" why are to be played on the Pacific coast often! he tho water into balls four trap, Stanford the Bi Ten.champs In action. .The .400 in that league, should make good high by the score of 34 to O. On this next Saturday between his club along to keep com- ULXt Saturday. One Is the elah beexact date of the arrival of the eastern in a walk as a manager providing ho trip, the B.Y. oulplayed both teams, California. Already 5 5.000 seats have throws pany with the balls. Such players tween the" University of California eleven will be announced in these is able to pick "up a few good ball according to. Coach Burns Crookston. been sold. The Stanford stadium, it lack 'the proper foundation for their and Stanford university at Stanford, in said, is second only to the Tale Lewis formerly played with At Idaho Fall the Crimaona found with the Pacific coast conference title players. game, they failed to start properly," tr-WashIn the Idaho Falls bowl In seating capacity. Boston Americans and the one of going to the California Bears if they is from above comment Tho opponent tough oo Action taken by the Utah Football ington Senators. the games leading professionals. It win; the second. Is a battle between high school, fot the first half, and Capassociation at Salt Lake will in all JoXnson'a dropkick from SMALL ATTENDANCE tain is his original Idea as to how one two traditional foes, the University of Andy of the school teamV of the the. line was the only probability result in stricter selectionMst learn to roaster golf. Forget should Oregon "and the Oregon Asrricultural of gridiron officials in the Rockies, state have replaced the gridiron togs score of tho first two periods. Shortconcentrate on the swing. 1 college, for the championship of OreLEAGUE WINTER the IN ball, Protests have been made to the Hockyf with hoop outfits and have started ly after the third quarter started. Cole his story in a few words. gon, at Eugene, and the third is for oo iuuuuuiiu uiiictdia tia:)i:ii.Liuji i;uu- - tho ball rolling tnrougn tne cage. of the B. Y. Intercepted a forward pass California championship PORTI-AND- . the work of the - referee in The teams that are still performing on and ran ninety yards for the touchBelief IS. demning Nov.' Ed" j "Denver SAN Ore. between the FRANCISCO, university or southern the Colorado-Uta- h contest. the gridiron will close their season on down, after which time the.Ldganites has been expressed that on account Martin. negro heavy welcht California and WhltUer college at L,tewJ had things their own way entirely. of lack of patronage the California who has returned to the ring after Turkey day. oo Clem Crowley, one of the most effi20 years' absence, meets Harry The Idaho Techs have not lost a wintsf baseball league will not be re- nearly cient gridiron officials in the Rockies, Rabbits have four toes" on each of near here. Friday Gridders at the B. Y. U. at Provo came this year, and have played and vived next year. The league clones AY Ills at Mllwaukle. will referee the contest at Salt Lake are working hard in preparation for defeated all the large schools in Ida- Its" first season next month. Ty Cobb. night. In 1900 Martin was considered their hind feet and five on the others. on Thanksgiving day between the Uni- their game .Thanksgiving with the Og- ho with the exception of the state uni- Roger Ilomsby, George Slaler and one of the best heavyweights in the men As A. A. scored nine owls of select eleven. the deserted the "Y" Pralrl Utah. and the Utah Aggies. den stars, country. He has won three bouts and versity versity. The Techs have Harry Ilellmann, major league none aro had clubs of have in for thLT of his tne the burrows twentylost and four he ''come since started managers Crowley has had more than ten years meet the Utah Frosh at Salt Lake next dogs prairie point . of experience and at one time was re- Monday the odds shouxd favor the Og- one points scored on them. The B. league. nests. back" recently. v garded1 as the greatest halfback in the denites to romp homo with another Y. C. has lost but one game this seaRockies. He formerly played with the victory. The contest will be staged son, and that to the B. Y. V. by a have University of Denver when the Minis- at Provo. m ' in , m mm. margin. The Crimsons u'lmmjii in in ters were furnishing real title twq tie games, but in these played Y. B. to Four selections date for the games tho playing favored the team to be named by The Stand- - Coach Crookston's team has scored linesman Thomas in the game and The, head of ninety-on- e and for give Ogden umpire points ... . . . . f i J ui been made me miurney uay have ana illDCK twenty-on- e in a,uie coniesi win do qameu'a poemon uaiKiitia points this week by Henry" Smith, arbiter of ley of Weber the center position. It against the Crimsons. The B. Y. .C the Rocky Mountain conference. Re- ii expected that the remaining selec- aggregation , is composed of high quests have been made to have. Smith tions will be forthcoming before Fri- school men, and the squad has mad name the best men available for the day. The final selection will appear rapid progressions. The team will go in the Sunday Standard-Examine- r. position. again rt the Techs Friday with a determination to "win; The B. Y. students are all agog over the comlnir contest, which is the blg- Urest one of the season- for them, and Considerable enthusiasm is being shown. j I m- mms-- fh 4 i mwmwr i cut-tin- a " hard-foug- ..RS- ht -- -t- V By wL VARDBN TO MET TECH ? - lLlTli v . . -- - " one-side- e - - - -- ad ; col-cmn- p. - . e . . - forty-fpre-yar- : 41-year-- - , ty-eig- after her husband's death you know her husband gambled he failed to protect her against such a contingency with a life insurance policy. To protect both. the weak and the strong against probable sudden financial misfortune, Insurance has become a basic necessity, developed to a high state of perfection. Fire, Theft, Compensation Auto, and Bonds are handled by this department. GuarantyMorle Juarcmt? Trust Co. Avenue Co ht ( one-poi- nt -- ii.ii, All-Sta- te ard-Examin- 11 l -- 1 f BILLY EVANS' GOSSIP - . oo SPORT - It "pays to give your best efforts on the ball field. It pays to accept tho bitter, with the sweet without a whimper. George Carpen-tle- r It pays to conduct yourself on and DIEPPE. France Indefinite an postponeasked has off the field in a manner that will ment of his fight with George Cook, bring credit to. your profession. De- Those four sentences tell the story of the career or Christy Mathewson, . George E. the once great pitcher, .now fighting SALT LAKE, Nov. for his life against tuberculosis. "Duffy" Lewis, was named, manager The fans have not about of the Salt Lake Bees at a meeting of him away up there forgotten in the Adironofthe board directors held here Tues dack mountains. His deeds and his day. At thisaneeting H. rW. Lane wasa actions form an epoch In baseball his.of the club, tory that will live forever. five The other day the news position he has held for the past were carried a story that a check forreport years. All of the other officers $30.- George r F. Wasson was,O0O had been sent to Mathewson: named to fill the vacancy 'on the! That tiiy; sum represented the re board of directors caused by the death ceipts of a benefit game played at of the late Colonel Lawrence Greene. the Polo grounds for the rreat The board of directors follows: M. "Matty." It' was ' the largest sum. R. Evans, the Rev. E. I. . Goshen, by thousands of ' dollars : ever taken George O. Relf, George F. . V asson, n at the gate for such a cause. It Lester D. Freed, F. S. Murphy and II. was tne testimonial of tho fans, , W. Lane. reat regard for showing their The officers are: President, II. v. Matty."a great tribute It was Lane; vice president, Dr. E. I. Goshen; richly deserved. secretary and business O.manager, John Speaking of "Matty." I, recall an P. Cook, treasurer, E. Jioward incident that happened at the close Business Manager Jack. Cook was of the 1912 .series. The series waa authorized by the board of directors over. Matty . had been defeated in to make plans for the 1922 spring the final game because of the now training camp. The Bees will work famous SYiodgrass coupled with out in southern California this season a rew errors or muff, ommisalon. instead of in the northern end, of the had' pitched a 'remarkable game Jle and state. lost. Waiting at the Back Bay eta- . President Bill Lane and Manager tion In Boston for the train to New ' Duffy Lewis , will leave for the. east York, . I. spied Matty walked over on a player hunt during the latter part lo .wnere ne was stanamz ana re ' , of the present month. The immediate marked: two Bees is infleldere and was the a need of "That tough one to lose, three snappy pitchers. 'A fourth out- Matty." fielder will also be obtained before tie "Some one had to he season opens. wun a smiie. xnat win," was hisreplied onlv The two representatives of the Bee comment. He had no unkind words will go to St. .Louis, Cleveland. Chi for the unfortunate players who had cago and other eastern points, before lost the game and championship. of the minor That was typical oi Mathewson. attending the meetingDecember 6. . B. E. leagues at. Buffalo, . . - . , : , -- scheduled to be held In London cember 9. The bout had previously been delayed a week at Carpentlers rcauRL Tne French fighter is re under ported to have broken down his strenuous training routine ana physicians say. he ts. physically unfit to fight. ( Lew Tendler of PIILHADEX.PHIA Manuel Axevedo, Paand Philadelphia cific coast lightweight, have been matched for an eight round. bout here Thanksgiving afternoon, it was an nounced today. OTTAWA, Ont. Tommy Gibbons, of St. Paul, and "Soldier" Jones, whoclaims the heavyweight boxing chamrlonshlD of Canada, o.re to meet in the armory here tonight in a sched bout. A rereree a deuled cision is permitted. OMAHA. Neb. Ever Hammer. Chi cago lightweight, knocked out Eddie Mahoney. of San Francisco. JacK Demnsey's protege, in the sixth round of their scheduled ten round doui Tuesday. Kid Schlaifer. Omaha, knocked out Frankle Welch. Chicago, in the fifth round of a. scheduled ten round go. Schlaifer was arrested by federal au thoritles immediately following his tout, chanced with- - misTise of the malls. According to the authorities, ha sent an insulting letter to Ike Bernstein, of Chicago, hia former man . -- ten-rou- nd ager. LOS ANGELES Bobby Harper of ded a. 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Yet, when, you notice a pitiful, sigh of a woman forced to work shortly d. ihe-souther- - Don't Gamble t I Lake Leader l ritor Show Aggies Have Nifty Scoring Team in Harness the Farmers to turn the trick. A direct comparison of the two teams shows that they are about, as evenly matched as two teams could be. Tho "U' has a slight advantage on the line, but the Aggies more than make up for this In the backfleld. Falck ! and Knowles are considered two of the Krentest open field and line plungers iln the rtate. These two men are. sure LEWSSWED:: The first baseball player to ' obtain an award for receiving an injury in playing,, baseball has been granted under the state compensation bill to David J. Hickman, once an outfielder of the Brooklyn team, against the Oil City Baseball association. He will receive $12 a week for the period from May 17 to November 8 last, as a result of f. Y Records Training Camp Innovation Also Good as Applied to ..Golf Beginner D HOPPE OUTCLASSES FRENCH CUE WIZARD 2-- Entire of the state favor the University of Utah to defeat the Aggies In their annual clash, the "wlso owls are select-lin- g -- fe-a- IN FIRST WEEK ACTIO N AGAINST GRID SCORES TrV BON TAKES GLOVES BARRED mm u 1 " , AGGIES LEAD voucouLDfir - if- - - V- prmc BUT RAFTERS AtfD COBWEBS FEVJ GAMES Or POOL ? Ttf PROPER UUUcU WAS A 1URLL. Birr- dream, tuereu- BE. UOTUlUG 14 TTT. IS SOME aPLOMUTf! UE D(Dr4TUSE Your pooltable A Cp- Baseball Session Fans of Ogden will meet at the city hall Thursday evening at 7:30 o'clock to formulate baseball plans for the 1922 season. Every loyal booster of the national game is urged to be in attendance. Possibilities of a new loop for the discussed at coming season will bematters of vital the session while other importance will come up for consider ation. The Northern Utah league, of which Cgden was a member during 1921, in the opinion of experts, will pass out.At least three of the members of the 1921 loop will be unable to operate," due to financial losses. .Lo Brigham and Ogden are ripe for another whirl at the game and these three cities will in all probabilits be when the new organiza represented is A COULD RELAX EVEMlUGS ; YOU GET A UEMJACVlE UM-M-TK- SOMEPLACE AMD STUCK rfUPJ "Mayor Frank Francis tVill Preside at Thursday's WEDNESDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 16, 1921. R rrnTK OUR BOARDING HOUSE NEi J LEAGUE IS . j STANDARD-EXAMINE- 1 pyrij U . 12-rou- " , 7 ii VV 1M A if the national joy snyoke io)"