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r3 " r' a. tt. m"6"" 4tw . :. ".. not uarald tor , Aj The "T J"V ,1 V r . MIS' iniiL DAILY Fork-Payso- 3flish n PROVO DEFEATS PAYSON After holding the Timps to three singles and no runs for six innings. Pitcher Selman of Payson soared into the clouds for two following innings and allowed seven hits with five runs. Floyd Simmons pitched bis first game for the Timps, and should nave Buueu awtiy wuu it Kiimuui. McBeth made a home run on a WHERE TO GO TONIGHT single In the opening inning, Kin Columbia Qonstance Talmage. ney fielding the ball slow and throwing wildly to the second sack Strand Sessue Hayakawa. with nobody there to get it. Mc- Princess May McAvoy. iBeth kept on running. Armory Jones vs. Kalllo. Wignall hit safely in the seventh, Fourth ward Benefit dance. 'and was aided around by a sacrCentral school Piano recital. C. of C. Recreational meeting. ifice fly and slow field work. That ended the for Payson, although they came near it in the flfith when Wignall pounded a triple against the fence. Douglass tried the squeeze play, but bunted to Simmons who caught Wignall ! tearing into home. The Timps landed on Selman I often and early, hitting him easier than they have any other pitcher this season, but for half a dozen innings luck was with Selman and what looked like safe bits landed in waiting gloves. Then the Timps quit knocking the ball into their opponents' mitts, and bombarded the lanky Paysonian. Frank Sutherland easily was the batting hero of the game. All Frank did to win a nirbe in the hall of fame was to land on the ball and then come for a back with a triple. After Hillman had struck out in the lucky seventh Sutherland pasted the pill into the garden and settled down on second base, from which naiie brought him home a moment later with anHickman made other catch off Kina wonderful ney, and Dodge put Raile home with a pretty single. That evened up the score and everybody in the was and bleachers grandstand happy. Simmons bit safely, and (Continued on Page Two.) Opened Today opened by the county afternoon thU or the of B. iinwuiu approximately twadww withM 6.6 18-fo- emenuius pavement sugar factory iu Fork received from Moran ,mDany of Salt Lane uty, were uuo. I company of company of - Wer-Packar- d t city( com- - Gibbons-Ree- d n gait Lake City, Strange-Pavlcompany of 6alt and Ryberg Brothers of . le'Cfty. kereble controversy Wed in by different . nas g the paring of the the county commission I the different kinds of ma- for the road on which It jeeept bids, the advocates of lent concrete type oi roaa scored the commission ror i. The following kinds of 3 fere specified: Inches inches black b with 1 inches black base with itties black top; 5 Inches with 2 inches black top; concrete throughout; and concrete throughout. usly to this petitions had fculated by the cement in- arorlng the concrete road to spec-!n- g ng the commission but that type of road. 2 2 In fair-interests, and especially be taxpayers, Included the the commission kll as as well the cement the new road should ler leaving the Spanish xar factory also has been Is a bone of contention Jackie Coogan il people of the towns the lerre. ad was at first routed, by he AMERICAN STANDING FORK, May 25. American Fork took the cellar posiCENTRAL tion in the Central Utah league yesterday by losing to Midvale, 3 Springville The score should have been had it not been for the three errors chalked against American Fork. Millar pitched a splendid game, striking out nine men, allowing 10 bits, and walking one. The feature of the game was Birk's performance on the initial bag. Outside of one error, he did his work faultlessly. At that he had some bad ones to handle. He got them high, low or wide, and with his wonderful pickups saved an additional two errors to be marked against Seal to 2. PRICE TWO CENTS. Clad In overalls, ragged shirt and Jackie Coogan cap, Danny McN me called at Newark's most fash ionable hotel to receive a prize fof first honor in a boyr parade. OF W KIND VERSUS WELECMI dhered U.8.REVENUE0FFICIAL 2 2 2 2 Spanish Fork Lehi Midvale Heber Provo Payson American Fork 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 0 2 2 .607 .667 .687 .667 .500 .333 .333 .000 13, 3, LEHI WINSFROM URGES i A chapter ot the national honor debating fraternity, Tau Kappa Alpha, was on Tuesday installed at the B. Y. U. by Waldo M. Nelson, a representative of the organization from the University of Utah. The charter members are Dr. T. L. Mar tin. Dr. Hugh Woodward, E. W Parkinson, A. Ray Olpin, and E. H. Barter. Other members will proba bly be inducted into the chapter in the near future. E. H. Harter was elected presl dent and A. Ray Olpin secretary of the chapter. Tau Kappa Alpha is an honor or ganization for the association of debaters, past, present, and those to come.. The members have as their insignia a watch key bearing the three Greek letters. It is un necessary to have a fraternity house or to engage ln the orgies common In some other Greek letter fraternities. Some of the principal universities in the land, including Columbia and Harvard, are represented in the or ganization. The B. Y. U. chapter makes the third in Utah. U. of U and A. C. chapters having been f previously installed. Petition for a Charter wa made in 1921, but some time was re quired for action to be taken. The secretary-treasureJ. Edward Hecker, commented very favorably on the excellent B. Y. U. debating record. ''' I fjjm mniLo vnnmM m uurv TO PROVO IN 1923 Dr. George H. Brimhall, principal speaker at the Provo Kiwanis club's luncheon in the B. Y. IT. cafteria, urged the creation of a wild bird and wild animal sanctuary in Provo canyon. "Provo canyon should be set apart as a bird sanctuary and game preserve," Dr. Brimhall declared. He told how birds flock to the Ogden canyon, and insisted that they would come to Provo canyon if granted security. He also urged bringing big horn sheep canyon, caribou, elk, pheasant and grouse. Dr. Brimhall called attention to the deer on Mt. Nebo, and said that they should be on Mt. too, He also pointed to the need of a dependable road from the mouth of Provo canyon to 'le Wasatch county line. "Dedicate the lower part of Springdell as a public park," Dr, Brimhall suggested. "Nature has been so kind to us," Dr. Brimhall said, "but we hav smeared her face and scarred hei forehead. Let us restore hei beauty and make her smile onct more." Kiwanians were invited to attend the honor day ceremonies at Ray; mond park tomorrow. It was announced that W, W. Armstrong of Salt Lake City is to be the speaker at next Thursday's Kiwanis meet- to-th- e Tim-panogo- s, n . HIVITFQ OF CANYONS no-hi- . Uior Wilfred T. Blake, British Avar, la completing preparations tor la flight around the world. HajWlU croea part ot the United .6WeiTrv GAME PRESERVE Jerry Dunn endeared himself to the hearts of the Springville fans once more in yesterduy's game with Spanish Fork. It was all Jerry. Everybody looked alike to Jerry yesterday and he had them all guessing continually. Only three men faced him in each of the first six innings, and four in each of the last three, or a total of 2'J batters. Until the seventh inning it looked like it was going to a t game for Jerry. Not a Forker had been allowed to reach first base up to that time. Hayes of Spanish smashed one towards third base and readied first before the ball. The scorer called It a hit, although it could have been put down as an error on the third baseman, without any injustice to anyone. Jerry struck out 13 men and allowed only two hits. He performed better than at any time in his career this far. If he continues to improve the way he has since the opening of the league, Jerry will be the pitching marvel of the Central Utah league. Jerry pitched excellent ball, but the splendid support given him by his teammates should not be or discredited. Every man was squarely behind him, and only one error was chalked against the team. This happened when Howe reached first on Taylor's error in the eight. When Jerry didn't make them, whiff the air, he gave them some easy ones that only went out of the Infield once, and Packard grabbed on to that. Everyman on the Springville team boosted his batting average and did it at the expense of two Spanish youngsters. Young Miller couldn't find the plate without grooving them over and Springville enjoyed a genuine slabfest, which was continued when Thomas relieved him in the sixth. However, ("Continued on Page Two.) Blake's Aid T.K.A. at 'Y' ! ill HEBER LEW, May 25. For eight inthe nings yesterday afternoon Heber baseball outfit duzed Con tentedly and the Murdock clan permitted Lelil to romp away with a perfectly legal ball game. Then, just as the evening whis tles blew Manager Hiatt's clan awakened. "What's this? A baseball game or a pink tea?" asked one Murdock Between of another Murdock. them they guessed as how it might be called a ball game if Heber woke up. Heber did that very thing. Five Heberites ba;teJ that lil' ol' ball all over the Lehi lot. Four runs trickled across the pan. And, LhL having accepted the game as (Continued on rage iwo.j To Circle Globe one-han- HERE'S A NEW UTAH LEAGUE. Won. Lost. Pet. Yesterday' Games. At Provo Provo 5, Payson 2. At Lehi Lehi 6, Heber 5. At Springville Springville Spanish Fork 0. .At American Fork Midvale American Fork 2. Snow. ' Where Beckstead, the pitching marvel of They Play Friday. (Continued on Page Two.) Provo at Heber. Springville at IMidvale. American Fork at Payson. Lehi at Spanish Fork. two-bagge- r. in fact this route to the commis-- h very llttlo likelihood of elng changed. mti of Lake Shore and Pal- first petitioned the com- to have the road routed on LOSES two-bagg- commission via Leland bin, and AMERICAN FORK r bute ty Unsettled tonight and Friday; probably shower north portion; cooler Friday and north and aaat portion tonight Central Utah League Baseball Games Played Yesterday County Road Bids were ERA The Weather PROVO, UTAH, THURSDAY, MAY 25, 1922. NO. 158. sxxvi. PI ing. Captain M. Rose of the U. S. army explained the citizens' mili tary training camp plan to the Kiwanis club. VISITS JERSEY FARMS Captain Hcarne, British flyei may accompany Major 'Wilfred 1 Blake on his projected flight aroun( the SCIENCE HAKES world. PAYSON FILLS IQUOTA IN President John A. Israelson of the Utah Jersey Cattle club met with the Jersey breeders of Provo and Utah county at the Commercial club rooms Monday. They de cided upon the program of action to be followed by Frank B. Astroth, the representative, ot the American he visits Jersey Cattle lub,-wh- en Utah during Jersey week. The following is the itinerary that has been mapped out: June 8 Visit dairy farms in Springville. Spanish Fork, Payson, etc. Meeting at Payson, 8 p. m. June 9 Visit dairy farms of Provo, Pleasant Grove, American Fork and Lehi. Meeting at Provo HOPEFUL FOR DR. WIDTSOE TRAIMIP "Science makes a man logical; It makes him imaginative; it makes him confident; and finally it makes him hopeful, and therefore a religious man." Such was the message of Dr. John A. Widtsoe to the students of Young university Wednesday in his final lecture in College hall on the making of science. The lecture was followed with rapt attention by the students and Before the greatly appreciated. lecture, "A. May Lullaby" was rendered by the B. Y. U. chorus under the direction of Prof. Franklin Mad-sen- . The "wet" and "dry" battle rag. "Utah county will stand near the bottom of the counties represented Alex Hedquist of Hedquist Drug ing in Pleasant View road district at the citizens' training camp at promises to end in victory for the company is attending the state conFort Douglas, July 27 to August 25," Utah Pharmaceutical vention of the VISITPROVO an to of results "wets," according said Captain M. Rose, of the U. S. ke S'.iore association at the Newhouse hotel. road ralmyra investigation made in that district. The convention began yesterday klf a mile north army, who this noon addressed the of the If the "wets" win the Provo can- - and will close this evening. James H. Anderson, internal rev Provo Kiwanis club, explaining the IFork sugar When factory. von road through rieasant view at 8 p. m. federal government's program of Mr. Hedquist said this morning lens of these communities enue collector for Utah; rhiof nHU ho Tf rh fae- "drv" anrinbleri a effort would he make that it would be impossible training. citizenry military that strong Deputy David Evans, Chief Field tlon wins there'll be plenty of dust to get next year s convention held Ide the commission to build "Payson is the only city in Utah looks at the thermometer and ays T. A. Callister, and Deputy 0n the road for travelers and home-In Provo. county that has filled its quota of over that route, they im- - Deputy it is 82 degrees Farenheit in the on the road, owners were in Collector Choles James said. the convenmore "Provo should have applications," captain shade. f proceeded to an work in Provo at noon today conferring' Tne district is to hold a special tions," and has four 'Provo its Mr. Hedquist said. "This applicants, constructing entirely "Science makes a man logical, it to be built straight west with Deputy Collectors A. Q. Gud-- , is well able to take care of quota is 75. Springville and Spanmakes him imaginative, it makes w for BprinkHng. city ish Fork have two, with quotas of Dr. Widtsoe reminded his audit- him conventions. I shall invite state sugar factory. That road mundsen- and T. S. Priday of this Th 6enixaenta and finally it makes appear8 t0 favor the state's pharmaceutical associa30 men." ors in beginning his lecture that him confident,and therefore from the cty. a religonorial lnvv hut thprfi is Rome tion hopeful to is the The of 1923." in an to meet road but would be of bene- man here been had purpose training explorer ious man. always The purpose of the visit of Mr. 'ition t0 t'ne plan. A few of unbea in town the make The difference From universe. the army of large standing nearly every people of Lake Shore and Anderson was to. establish perma "Of all systems, science makes a residents of the district oppose state delegates and their wives are necessary, according to the U. S. tween now and three thousand man nent headquarters in this city for the insist that optimistic. The scientist real tax because the they Mr. war department. years ago lies in the treatment of izes the possibility of accomplish p alter petition in favor of the deputy collector in charge of summer residents in the canyon in attendance at Salt Lake, and information observasaid. Our facts. observde road has been presented tnis district. the Applications are Hedquist Negotiations ment. He realizes he is but playing in the about the training camp may be ob- tion of natural phenomena is much on The Rev. S .H. Goodwin offered officers should aid these sprinkling.who They pmniission, who baa also under way with federal the edge of the ocean of science. use that insist persons office. H. H. at Herald The llted upon and in tained as invocation had same been Daily the it the past yesterday federal by several def now having offices in the He is dipping water out of the well a has become Peterson of Richfield responded to science inable to get any assur- - building for rooms there. Should the road night and morning ages, but donate toward the sprinkling. the mayor's address of welcome. NOTICE TO COUNCIL WOMEN great explainer; the eclipse, for in- ocean by the spoonful, and is happy p the commission, the resi- - the rooms not be available, it is may in the thought that the ocean of to the sprinAnother objection Coombs President Harry presided uke Shore and Palmyra understood that offices will be stance, no longer inspires us with scientific truth i3 inexhaustible. the is based upon suggestion exerof kling The regular monthly meeting terror. preliminary and, prominent citizens of opened in some priavte office build- Ever going on is the ultimate end that sprinkling win delay paving. cises, following Fork have enlisted the sud- - lns- announced that the rest of the Women's Municipal council, to There is a two-folpurpose in of science. . . is controverted by This however, dewas until the state road commission is be would held first be science. The the of postponed meeting today the now morning are study being Temporary offices commission and co tort to have the new road a later date, on account of the to know the universe, the second is voted to committee reports. in connection with the jbers road commiS8ioni the gtate i President Coombs delivered his meeting of the Women's League of to control it. assessor on the third floor hQ county lngist ftat Rs goon ag federa, annual address at Wednesday afterrs of the commission Voters held at the Central school The basis of science is experiwhen of the county courthouse. ,d can be had or 8econdary roada noon's session. He reviewed the lis afternoon. this and following, reason comence, morning if there was Collector Deputy canyon road will be year's work, saying that the assoAnnouncement of the date of the bined with experience. ' (stDility of chanelne the who has been assigned to this dis-- , the Provo d John R stewart) Btate engi. ciation had shown a steady growth council meeting will be made later. Of more importance is the build pused to comment on the trict, accompanied by Deputy Col- of road maintenance) has said both in numbers and influence and rsy. m will be ing of science. What is the method lector A. G. Gudmundsen, airt for secondary that its power would conTWO COURTS KEPT BUSY. of building? First we have obserSpringville tomorrow and In SpanM be obtainable ln 1924, predicted tinue to grow so long as it stood vation, and second, experimentaish Fork Saturday to advise in-- ! vear. ,w nPvt Elias Hansen today was tion. for business ethics and for support But wherein does experiJudge come taxpayers regarding their in- View id . t of tlle peasant court in the city court mentation differ from observation? of the laws of the state and nation. . holding come taxes. Part oi next weeav, in i commended for h Mrs. Frederick C. Nano as the room, where he heard the case of It is refined, reasoning observaalso be spent in the south end r their enterprise in sprinkling the 'wife of the charge d'affaires of the DIGGING UP RAM. Hatch vs. Tiffany, a water suit, tion. Then comes classification, the county. road in other years, and in view of A hydraulic ram, formerly in use Rumanian legation in Washington while Judge Iverson was hearing and science is practically made. of is on absence Princess in the hostess the traffic a that fact the larger as an adjunct of the Provo water Nhoco Argyle vs. Wright, a case in which When classification has been made 1 is it summer, this road is expected is being excavated from Ben Argyle, of Spanish Fork, is and relationships established, the system, district hardly probable that the Uhe pasture land under the brow of under the direction of Prof. E. D. suing Utah county for salary al scientist makes a hypothesis. The MAY EXILE CITY COWS will vote against the sprinkling the hill to the south of the city by Partridge. The ram has lain in its leged due him for 1919 when he 'scientist, must use imagination. levy. students of the agricultural engi- present position some five or six was county surveyor. Members of Sometimes you hear of the cold, the board of county commissioners calculating man of science who neering years. clasJYounguniyersi, RECITAL. DANCE be FREE etc., Shall horses, cattle, pigs, of that year, Reece, Thomas, and deals with facts and reason alone. exiled from certain portions oi Wadley, were witnesses in the trial. When you find a man of that kind her will Clark Nellie Miss give ' Provo? you may know that he belongs to and review, The above question has been put annual dance pageant POSTMASTER BACK ON J03 lower realms of science. The i the at Colle-gball, I up to the various clubs and some Saturday night, scientist uses his imagi intelligent excitizens of Provo by Mayor O. K. 8:30 o'clock. Miss Clark will P. McGuire to- nation the right kind of imaginaJohn Postmaster ' ri Hansen, who desires an expression hibit her group of younger stu day returned to his desk after an tion. dents at this entertainment, of opinion on the subject. the his hypothesis, illness which confined him to his Having for made been have asas rancements The citv commission home for some, weeks. While not scientist next proceeds to make setblocks suecial lighting effects, stage suecestions as to what entirely recovered, Mr. McGuire use of it. Unless you are looking should be included in the restricted ting, and costuming, which, it is says that he gradually is regaining for something you will never find it. 'hoped will enhance the exhibition district. The development of the process his strength, and soon hopes to be This program of restriction would and make it pleasng in every to be at his desk all day. able of manufacturing dye stuffs was it impossible for persons liv-- ; tail. Several special features have of the postofflce discussed by Dr. Widtsoe in il'us-rearrangement district to been arranged on the program, Ing in the restricted furniture has been made, following tration of his steps in science buildwhich is as follows: board a horse, cow, or pig. suggestions of postoffice inspectors. ing; also progress in agricultura v iueiva ' Russian peasant aance, and not The new plan gives more space, re"Science Is Steed and June Phillips; flower Dr. Widtsoe. the number of steps postal duces declared DECLAMATION CONTEST of Japan, dance, Beth Riddle; 'Maid employes must take in the office, It is man's little attempt to interMariorie Smith; Little and affords better light. pret the processes of nature for Newell; Pizzicate poiua Tfco .wiomaHnn rnntest for the Helen his own help. Master readings. hto wnMov mortHi takes nlace at Vera Jackson; READS "THE THIEF." "Science is made for man, and this nnin riark: Son of Pusta, Jean v.,i o v tt ot not man for science." Jack Norma nom study. An appreciative audience enjoyed ' .Nature "We must draw a clear line be. . evening, na duiuo r.i iha ninst.hnn rinrir: rn nnn Areene runeii. ujc in the splendid dramatic and theories nnmnllshpri renders in reading tween facts nollr. Norma x.Pardoe; Jumping -- at College hall Wednesday sciences. Those who do not do so, given aiD Wllli'"6. v.." TWav IH.,.. Ises to be a mnut intpretslnc flllQ .laCK. .Httruitt .lltiuinm, evening by !Mrs. Kathryn Bassett come to shipwreck. And let me admission ONeil, Ruth Allen; group dance, No Pardoe. one, say this that there is not a theory enjoyable Beth Wright, Helen McAllister. Mrs. Pardoe read "The Thief," of science today as it was a cencharge Is made. June Melva Steel. Louise Swenson, by Bernstein, and Impersonated the itury ago. and there is not a theory The program is as follows: Clark. different characters in a niont won- today that will be the same a con Alice Ludlow, "The Coming Out Phillips, Beth Riddle, Miss derful manner. Her clever inter- tury hence. of Maggie," O. Henry. ROTARY MEETING AT NIGHT "Some people are afraid of Jane Hibbert, "Love Among the pretation h Id the interest of the audience from beginning to end. science. You are not and I am not, Blackboards" (Yiddish dialect), The Provo Rotary club will meet This number concluded the because we realize its value, Kelley. Rob19 HO. to Myra series of delightful performances of Science makes a man careful in Mrs. Marcellus Thompson, daughter of George Harvey, ambassador Ina Creer, "Penrod's Letter." Friday evening, 6: anat Hotel announce to one-act erts, according of Col. John T. Thompson, tries out the j to England, ad daughter-in-laHENRY JONES, who expects to plays and readings present-- j 'his observations, deductions and vo wrestler to- - Tarkington. ed under the direction of Prof. T. speech. The scientist is not con- win tue world machine gun Invented by Thompson. Ruth Chlpman. "The Coming Out ment made this morning by Secre pew wrestling champion' Earl Pardoe. tent to say it is a fine day.. He ship twilight d'. the armory. tary Keed Rnderberg. of Maggie," O. Henry. r, Replaces Princess . B - ... iminate-Lelan- d (lit lit1 trui " vUr ; I Harvey's Daughter Tests New Gun 4 i Oj jC1 7" man-mad- e God-made,- " i s , - 5JKl kf r 5 . Pe4 light-weig- if'