|Paper||Provo Evening Herald|
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|Paper||Provo Evening Herald|
TOE EVENING HERALD, MONDAY, APRIL ' tagi: four. ijuisuncuve-- & f 'SI I'bibKk-lrlrf-a Give the yoangstert this licilesomc lon- - , lasting sweet for pleasure and benefit. Washington Detroit CHATiIPIONS hieb mhool woo the wTtUue and, boxing cbaraplvnglilp y of the Alpine athool district by scoring nine points in the ebamplonghip meet at the American Fork high school eypiiiasium. ' Leh( srored eight iioinU, AmtT-k-s- n Fork three and t'kasant Grove tw ,. v .. ' Dean Tufker of Proro was the referee of the eTeuU. I The results v" of the wrestling matches were as follows; 105 til. vUissAdatnsoii, A in er ica a Fork won. over Adams, Ltacolo. . ..'," 113 lb. Us IJarmou, American Fork, dctisloued Baxter, rkasant '' ; Grove. .. 125 lb. class Evans, Xehl, won " oer Williams; Lincolu.135 clasarJIolfeltx, JJnctOn, won dyer Glover, LehL . 115 lb. clas Tanner, Lincoln, was given the decMon-'ever- . Bane, LehL ;,v 158 It), class Johnson, Lincoln, defeated Moyle, American Fork. The boxing results were as fol,'' lows : '105 lb. class Johnson, Lebl, w,on l'lcasuut hy default from Pierce, 8ut-nrda- f A . . - KEPT RIGHT! -- t - o trva- " 4S i v J K riii , four bnows Daily MHIIBIIMUM lMW-- t c HIS aport costume I blue kasha to cut op the simple of lines end owe It distinction to the scarf which passm througti Th anarf t lUts a the shoulder. In ihadei of tiluo and oiunjr , Grove.- g Ml sMsa two-pie- ONLYTONIGHT AND TUESDAY " VI DOR,. CUVE BROOK, WARNER FLORENCE f ' HAXTE1L WALTER HEIRS IN . KATHLEEN NORRIS "Great Love Novel XworcfPuzzIe Christ me Coat t: vJ r I of the jHungry Heart . " ' TWO DAYS I - and NEWS WEEKLY ' 5 I vvyj AT ZsnSXSSIZIHSfiXZZBXUSSCMSIlIUIliaSBISailHKI v I,;....,": --SOO -- S ....,.... J. . . J....1 .2 .8 ,..A i : OUO 200 -- V Yesterday's BesulU. At St. Louis trnlosgo i 4, Et ' Louis 11. , Tork At NtfW Tork Boston-Negaipes postponed; rain. At ; lietrolt CJeyeland-Detrol- t rain, i ' postponed, game other games scheduled. " a : Fanift jo KTIOXAL LEAGUE. : Won. Lost Pet r, 8S3 5 , 1 Cincinnati 3 2 .600 Sew York 3 2 1.600 i Brooklyn' S .500 PJiUadelvbla ..... .....3 St. Louis .....3 8 ;j5oo 2 4 Chicago .v.,.,.. ., 33 l'ittsbwg .. 550 Boiton " ....... ...,.., . Tl V . Yeaterdajr'f Results, At Brookly n New York 4, Brook lyn 3.- At Chicago 8t Louis , Chicago I TP " PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE. Club StarxHng. s.,,.:.:,:-...'.- ': Won. Lost Pet ..10 2 .833 Stilt Lake ..i. I. s Angeles s. ..10 4 .714 115 lb. class F Smith,, LehL deSncrnBtenta .. ...9 " 4 .092 feated B. West," Pleasant Grove. San Francisco ...8 4 .WT 125 lb. class C, Olson, Lincoln, Oakland 85 ...5 8 won from Darling Lent 10 Vernon . . . ... . 585 ...4 135 Xh. class K. Olson, Lincoln, Seattle ...3 9 550 won over L. Smith, LebLv, 145 lb. class O. West, Tela sunt - Y'eslerilay's Results. Orove, defeated Whinipey, Lehl." At Salt Lake Portland-Sal- t 158 lb. clnh Goodw in, Lebl, won Lake double-heade- r postponed ; wet from Johnson. Lincoln. grounds. Xi Stockton Forenoon game: Seattle 6, Sacramento" 6 (11 Innings ; called account time limit.) Reporter, Sirs. Earl Foote, At .SHcramentOT-Afterno- on game : Telephone Seattle 3, Sacramento 7. ' At Oakland Forenoon William S. Fancett jpf Prova, J. game : r; W. Orgill of 'Heber City, John Van San Francisco-Oaklangame rain. Afternoon. game,; San Wauenen of Midway and Bishop K. B. Walker of the Pleasant. View Francisco 4, Oakland 2, (11 ' : T :' . ward, eulogized thelifeof Ray Han Los At". First son of Mr. and Mrs. Angeles game: sen, Hans Hansen of Pleasant View, who Los Angeles 1, Veruoa 0. .Second : Los Angeles 14, Vernon 0. died Thursday In the- - Salt Lake l, , game at largely attended fnnernl services in the Pleasant View ward cbnpel Sunday afternoon. 'the invocation was. " offered "by J. II. M unlock and the benediction by Wilford B. Stubbs. A quartet comprised of , Sidney Cluff, Ala Walker, Frank Perry and '."Melha Walker, sang two numbers and Plantha Ekins aijd Mildred naiiK a duet Bishop Walker presided nt the services. Interment was in the Prpvo city cemetery, - T'tah leads all other states In the w here the grave was dedicated by number of college students residv ing in the state as compared to the Sidney Clnff. total population, according to an ar ticle-jnsreceived by the University of Utah In the School and Society Magazine. The article was written by George F. Zook, chief of the division .of higher education of the V. S. luireai of .education, who spends his time gathering and com' piling official statistics for govern Tonight and Tuesday ment information. Acording to Mr. Zook's figures, Utah is first with one student for in every 09 jiersons In the state. Ore-state with one sta dent for every 121 rrsons11Tlnthe state, while:' NebrasknrwmiMrthlrd and. with one student for every 125 peois, also Interesting to note ple. COMEDY that the state university with an en rollment of approvimately 2700 stn: ... 4 the 8tm silt-otethis ccuit as part of bur oprlng ward-- robe. Known n Word it U of iinpoiu-- plaid UoqI with .,quiir qf vntd ooloi und a shawl collar of rrd and wM o ilcl la T.OARDMAN, -- te Vinfer's Great Outdoor Tlaypcfinfi .v, Thoosands of Eveniryt Herald readers are saving untold steps and minutes each day .by buying through the advertising columns cf the Herald.- f Likewise, you, too, can cash in on the many ad stories that appear daily in the Herald columns. Whether yours is a necessity or ja Inxury-y- ou will get the best buying informations through Herald advertising. Read the ads then go out and do your shopping you'll profit by this ' -rr :" :"' procedure.;: - post-iKinc- ATTENDANCE . I'u-Au- a ." "Flying Hoof f M?BariHeiro -- . " ACTS Ifed fThe Evening . JUNIOR ORPHEUM Vaudeville notk-eabl- 3 PresideritVPalHoit" United By nkii miiii TsIum mi win limn" nifT' nrr irrri rrin"n nrnn "'innrun e at of-th- it . looks like one. That's the reason he is a successful crook. Xo 7 6 (tler4s,l8 educating over half of the total number of college students or the state, that la, more, than the otuer schools comWned.!. In looking ovr the rating of the that various states, it is the first twehe'rankiug states, wilh District of the exception e are JU west of Jhe MissisAlso, these twelve sippi, river. states are tbe same ones which were ranking first In the bureau's stndji of the same subject three years ago, although they have changed some in rank, Utah being placed fourth in the former rating. tMr. Zook' says: "I take it that the residents of the western states may take pride In the fact that they lead the older atates in the proportion of their population which )s obWith taining a college education.' fhisTa viewTtheieopte Xtah aiay beidoublyTjrouffTn'knowlnff-tha- t their own state is leading all the rest and that comparatively , speaking, iuore' people in Utah are striving for a college education than in any other place in the United State. Women who ait in front windows throw the most ston-- s TONIGlfT 8:15 6 - "O-os- s JACK HOXIE COLUMBIA -- A4 EVENING HERALD ADVERTISING TOUR DAILY SHOPPING GUIDET Pleasant View ALLSEATSlQc ELEANOR '4.'U1. ' , PRINCESS; Office and Res. Phone 148. .jnatHmttitrcmtiicr fSn i h- - r Cin- At ViiifUmatl Ptttsburg 2. cinnati 6. No other games scheduled, t TRMSFER CO. K0 3.First W. ,tT,f4nrf - t- IN COLLEGE To know for a rcrtaliity your expensive furniture will be handkd by men who- understand tho business of cweiul hauling is what J'bur money buys here. ' "I! r 1 d if""-- .1 .... ...... Mel-dnu- n "We Aim to Please" 1 i. r 783-B-- LM ;!" WE GUARANTEE SATISFYING RESULTS i-- 1 UTAH LEADS f r a bos-pita- ' iLiSsJL- -- 300 ..... Yi' I 33n . . J 1 ..........3 st. Louis ' - CS3CSESSnUSSlX3XSZSSS3IiaiSUS2aBIlSXatBHIll a wk Xvm Lincoln i ......., .,..,.,,.1,12 Cleveland ARE ALPINE LEAGID. Won. Lost Pet. , ,. A fl AJUEE1CAN - LINCOLNBOYS W. 7' J7 MaKes V 20," 1925 real crook n If 4 . l ah 1:4 A s M ''o -' 5 ; -- John Kuril urss. 9. mother oWatrw4 a. oiv.. i. fatpr iTforiu .. tnJntd school. Au.Vi'. - - V,.,-- . ... . hv hla father whnt hla His 1, 'hi .a UiUen to Alaska tli boy was placed In t... rr jl.ontlsl pardon for John r in ta,i Francisco. . fl " o'-1-" ,,. a.- . )lt and ' ; :.i,K . ' .,,.1 U : I , s - ' Ss- - ' ''" r mmm i ' f os Angeie " , 4 tin ALAN V''Nv7. ;;: :..?: :: ' ,- s - , tV, Conoco Gasoline 1 - ( " V -- f' ,' ill) f km-:- v-i tl ; v Gargoyle MobOoiis CROSLAND .Party holding coupon No. 00386 Direct ! ' Round Trip Daily UNION PACIFIC SYSTEM "Xirait Nine Months II." HNK, Ticket Agent. Those 311 C. ILCODYi Agent,, Phone 315. " k fT ' 'NOAH 1 BERY RAYMOND HATTOft RAYMOND McKEt ' A twelve cylinder comedy-romanc- e of a girl who ex- ' posed , a crooked v "ring." And went through with her fight in the face of a scorching hackfire. This feature runs again T Please call at Station No. -- TUESDAY, y Superior Service Stations "Service twcnty-FQurM&- Service" ur " Fraooe'a only professional avlatrtx; may be barred national Afionantio Aasocia-tkwhich permits; orris. njascuUne professional pilots. ;& aaa afppealed l o Jha. French toverfpaon foe s rViMira-thjl&Ws Pretty Mlio. 'froci flyhur; BoUand, fcjr a taw propose br :1 fill, I' '.