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|Paper||Provo Sunday Herald|
-' --- BASKETBALL: cue -- r SUNDAY. NOVEMBER. SO, 1924. ti11! PRACTICE TO ?A3B 6EVEN. 1C iheiuacll cannot hope to th fh doping , . ran increase the aeatiiig wpsriry by changing- bleachers. tvery effort 4s to bemade to use r.vr, men or space the most economical manuer la order (hat the largest possible number of fa,fls may see the great games - ... this year. u Additional Seats to" Be In- - All three colleges are going ta be stalled University Gym- - weU heeled in the way of basket-W- I artist f the first Water. na&ium Soon. I tah Aggies will have the The center from tu..i...v. START - XrTHE Slrp AY ITERALD, :, u ATT - J t ' J - at Klnr Basketball "Will fteriir-tlw' Hainmonrriilace as pivot ,,u is ine only other man in'm i.a4 Uoumey has lost. With these the Inter-clas- s great when series men on: the floor the pet nndeT will 'gets iay, . at ,the Brighuni te hard to take in. ;-Farmers nniYefslty. The University of Utah wiU be iyonnir classes this year are full of well prepared for a long season, as material The series usual hoop of excellent throughout December oaski'tball. nieu that swarm the "U' wiUjrn after whicbJ. the "club- series In buildings ought to slimier down to whicl Iwelfe or fourteen 4eanif lightning speed and will compete will begin immeaecurucy.' diately and fun well Into January. - Owing to the enlarged student -- Those two extended series of body, 'the seats are going to be a play will glre Coach Twltctaell the problem. has 8uffideut lUIlg opportunity of measuring Ids pros- students who haye.jiaid their fee pects. When they are- through he to fill practically e.wrvif k lUt ought to haije a squad selected that "tmtil can fnriiihV ... M uumjos uitirc' will be composed of the best hoop-stcr- s economy x.f space can be that have ever graced a Ihose who have been in.practiced. the hall waxed floor. , during a basketball game are no In an attempt' toceommodate u.m.w, wondering where there is . the large student bodvahd ihn more space nvfitl. ..!.. T i t. friends who wish attend, ttin !Ul ,he institution' will out. a few hundred bsRketbnu dasgics that . 1il 'seats 'for fans clayed in Provo, the athletic coun and friends win. JL. .. L.it for new seats for great games cil Is sparring; . . aid tt 1. ces Mee - ftl-- Effective, November 26th ......... -- V ,Z Jte HUDSON GOACH ; '.'' t W " ESSEX GOACH iii. I Scaled! to protect Buick performance i i Bnick's chassis is senUI Imn - " .;.! qiiu aicvi housings protect the operation of all driving partsseal thera ir. to safeguard . Buick performance. Herearelhe vital points a which Buicken-gtficcriprovides this extra protection: - Q Q cover keep r;f Ccrr'etely'pro-tectcd- . 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C. wMild be the choices for a team "while .others considered Ilobbs Adams (if ihh University of Southern California finally .had the Lwere Bellman of Washington, Cor- largest hnihber of supporters and rell of I'. S. ('., Hansen of blulio. it: - TEAM FOIt 1924 i ) 8tanflord and Hobba Adam ot U. S. O. Tackles Norman jsjiderson of and Tboma oft U. S. C. V. s: Gnard-8- wa pt : Stanford, of California. and Carer CentgrHorrell of California. jQnnrterback Sttverf of Idaho Hairbaeks Imlay of California and 'Wilson', of Washington. Fullback Tesreaa of Washington: . ALf- - COA8X ' ory 1924 tlon and from this list the . selections were made on the basis of the majority opinion; of the 13 snorts writers.5" ' Only two men were named BabeJIorrell of California being the, choice of all for center and 'Tut" Imlay also of California, the unanimous choice for halfback. The 8portswriters wlio In making the selection were : Ed'Frayne, Los Angeles Record : Howard Lalgley, jos Anpeles Illusa trated News; James Mitchell, Times: Cliff Harrison. Seattle Times; Leo H. Inssen, Seattle Star; TRACY. Billy jStepp, Portland News ; Georpe By L Gerte, Portland lonrnal; Thomas Unltl Press Staff Cwwpondent. Chins,' San Francisco News: Ray J. SAV FRANCISCO, Not., 29. Thee men each from the University 'Smith, Los Angeles Evening Herof Southern California and the Uni- alds George Davbj and "Pesky" two each Seottt who made iselect ions for the versity of California, San Francisco Bulletin; Sid Zift. IrojnjyaiLfnjfdJ Log Angeles Express ; Dong Montell, one from Idaho make up the San coast football team for 1P24. Oakland Tribune; VIc.;.Klee " Illustrated Herald. t The1 team, selected by thirteen Francisco It is the fifth' ahhnal seteetlon of sportlnfe editors or football writers S,n;J 'tea'm'ty the sporting coast Taclflc papers of . -i V; writers,! with the United Press, has Jim Lawson of Stanford was the A to tat of 44 play- ers came Into the final considera Immediate choice of all but two. a , all-coa- st BOWLING FANS sec-on- d BERTii.ONALV PACIFIC COAST with a rich satia economical Engine and all for only $10.65 "f. o. b. factory and you can buy this Coach on the easiest monthly payment plan ever deviled! See this Coach today. You'll mar vehat its extraordinary value! UARTERBACK GETS Ksition went to liim. He was Lyman of Oregon AggUwr-It- au of haf d pressed however, by 'Mauts of California... Ahlskog of Wasliington ' Oregon, while Ibbs of Oregon Aggies would lie 'paired with Mautz were a .second team to In', chosen. Harrison,1 of Nevada ; Beed of Oregon: Dubois .of Washington; Vesser of Idaho and. Slevers of Washington State also were 'considered, ' ' Norman AndiTSon of the University of 'Southern California was the outstanding tackle in. the year. It fact U. S. C. took both, tackle positions but Anderson was the choice of nine sjiorts writers without, debate, while Fay Thomas, also of U. S. Cwas hard pressed by Harold Shipkey of Stanford for the second (nckle position. Thomas' was awarded the place on the strength tif Tjis aireslvenesis. particularly In - the game against California when, he coustant l.r rmbarraswd the Califor-lil- a linekfleld. Harold Shipkey be came a strong eoinpeHtor, by. his work in Stanford'' game against California. ...'' Next,' to Shipkey stood Kubri of Msliliigtim as u favonti among the writers while. Eriefcson of Washing-toi- l and Hansen .of. Washington State also were nominated. For guards there was a long list of entrants.., Carey of California: ranking first and Swan of Stanford "nTT though right on his heels. State, Quinii of Mliao. It was .evideiit that'' Babe Ilor-rel- l of. California' was the, undisputed choice of the siiorts writers as the year's greatest footballer on tjie coast. He was not only the unanimous and unquestioned choice for center but several writers enimnent-0(on his claim to a place ns ."allAmereian" center for 192,1. Stivers of Idaho was an easy choice for (jnhrterliack. Clearly, he was. the year's greatest field, general and his playing ability put hi rii "far ahead of the pack." was the only Hawkins of U. S. oilier man considered for the posi-ilihnrt attention was called to a lack of 'mintstanding quarterbacks. "There was but little dispute over the halfbacks.. "Tut,'' Imlay. the slippery, fast LIS ponnder'of California was a unanimous choice. His hard hitting and his general ground- gaining ability won him the place. Wilson of Washington was rimmnat- cd bjv nine ediliiis. lh1 llie oturr nan back position. Suddeback of Sfan-forlargely liecaiise of Ids' sensational WoTk against California, was bird choietv, vb,Lle Kcfl ST of. Mon tana and Kaer of U other nominees, There was cenerul Montana Jpcling; that, bid 1 -' C KEEP ALLEYS; BUSY,HESAYS The bowling teams-o- f t the city's commercial league are rapidly their organlfatloa& completing With the Interest that is being shown in UiP league and the spirit the individuals sliow in their organization of the' various teams 'assures one of the fastest tournaments the city', has ever seen in any' kind of isiorf. 4'he bowling allots at .rhV .a rmory arc busy day aiid night with bowlers practicing' for their5 various teams. Applications for team"' entrances 'may be given r CH'i?g M,, Harris at the armory. No' entrance fee will be charged f teams making" application:. ' "There is nd reason why a ctiythe si of Proto cannot support a spirited bowling league." iaid .Mr. Harris; "Many cities much smiiHcr .than"1 Provo have their lion ling " leagues;- and llli r flll'lilli dm ..itv'a nvtst popiF lnr- - indoor winter .sport. tiliiwling is (me of the cleanest and most healthy ajxirts. It exercises the arms, legs, back, neck, rind ubdomeri. apd is one of the best indigestion removers known. "It furniwhes the lea nest, and keenest kind of eompetittim. It Is especially helpful to office men and those whose occupation keep them from getting the required amount of! exercisov" miHwtiiniimmmniiimiiimt ''' ..;'.. first crop Alfalfa dHay, Monday $17,50, ton $18.50, at car. delivered. WASATCH - RODUCE" 525 S. Univ.. Ave. bene on some (fiber team, he would have pressed Wilson hard for a nlflee. ' , Phone 66.