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A ' : ! THE OGDEN STAND A - 7- FRIDAY EVENING; DECEMBER 16, 1 92 1 RD-EXAMINEK CENTRE'S CRACK TEAM . HAS THREE GREAT STARS W ! SPORT UTAH la GET DIG HOOP i 1 Tennessee Lad Humbles His All's Eeady for Weekly v Sho-at Wasatch Fourth Titleh older and - w Still Lacks Honors Arena J v : A v '- v C Mv - v V Fitzpatrick Suggests Na- . tional Tourney for College . Basketball Teams . I - t Another ' Player and i$5,000 for AA Draftees: Is One Proposal ; , . ' f J I "' ff m NEW YORIC Dec. 16. (By the rounds of boxing are MILWAUKEE. Wis., Dec. 1C Reofficials of been taken GeoTges is coming back iu Feb- theSteps haveMountain ' by scheduled for tonight for the fans who ceipts at the Johnny Buff Pal Moore Associated Conference . to Several plans for a 'ruary.' Press) Must Rocky his all have fixed profile I ' ,v-- -' i AA I M" land the national basketball tournarestoration of the draft under condi- upv attend the weekly boxing show at the nht Here last nignt ien somewnan ment for Salt Lake dftring.the early tions satisfactory to both minor and Wasatch Athletic club. I I short of expectations when totalled to ' ., ft of March, according to. Coach our part football What has hero were got? major leagues ' The headline event will be a being considered -day, the ' gate amounting to $16,20Qr Tommy two he's feet! Fitpatrick of the University of got good by the baseball advisory council to. .'Why, return battle between Ruddy Buff drew ..$6,000 as ; his end and f But. out in the .cold, cold world ne uian. Tne lournameni as ouinnea Kid Balr of Cache Valley and Billy me uan mentor wouia onne ine leaa can't .SCHEME KXPLAIXI'D Wallace of San Francisco.. The Smith-fiel- d Moore about 13,600. ine collesre fives from all sections of to Kick eat. in enough One of the plans provided that in Moore was 'given the newspaper de . Ttlie r lad holds a knockout over the country into action, at'.which time event a the of class AA club losing a the National collegiate title could boy from California. Wallace stated cision .at the close of ten livdy "Kansas City Baseball Club.Buvs a player via draft, the major league club last night that at no time in his career rounds. . , l8iHe,tLmeans..,.1 all Oh, , the after paying by receiving they player. as a boxer has he ever been "in better a to as have n J5.000 in resent CLEARLY. ar the , T I SEEX RESULT provided ought pitcher. v V.ii 1lt,. that-' Moore piled up such a commanding -n? shape. than at present. He, said a. player to the would Hn.l rangement, toscore on even to tion this proposal will .he expected up the AA club in place of the drafted man.t "William Tilden II wins Ping Pong be and action lead that the result was not in doubtJ of officials at taken the night. meeting Title." bothold Another the draft that of Bill, you. Why, Moore's rascal, proposed price boxing Jumping style New at December "2$ and. York Kid Balr also has been training ' City, b to case raised the" not in and and Buff could you! $7,500 the ered champion of condi beet In is and the faithfully the range for a, knockout punch. Some 'of the eastern representatives tlon. "Both boys are in the headline get Moore major league standards he shoulcl "be scored with rights and lefts have been plilllng for Chicago, but it class and each ia anxious to win' decis- alnafost as returned to the club from which he,' he pleased, but the cham- lis likely, that the tourney will be ively 'Wallace to redeem himselfal- pion kept'boring very' was at taken half the draft more in for price. punishat Lake. Salt Balr to hold the laurels he has staged FAVORS LOW ADMISSION v ment. In two or three of the rounds UTAH WOX IX 1916. The major leagues resumed their ready won. That both can put up toa Moore landed almost all of thei stiff fight has been demonstrated a few A tournament; ol college teams joint session in order to settle 'to without a solid return. .the fans of this city once this season. 'punches rethe has1 matters, including Moore would was proposal time This fourth the bring, the class of the country MUCH SPECULATION. scind the rulfe prohibiting world's sebut : into action. beaten champions, bantamweight beTh four round ries players from, barnstorming and ; .The University of Utah has been enhave always been tween Bed Briers of Salt Lake, and the contests Landls' suggestion for Commissioner in three. A. A. U. tournaments tered Wisconsin the Under affairs.' a- reduction in admission Billy Johnson of Ogden, is causing boxing commission rules, an official for been successful in winning 'V-and prices has: 1 b' and argument decision much speculation world's series. althe the national honors at Chicago in 1916. was not the ' referee, by so were Landis Thursday carried among the fans. These boys Nelson Norgren was coaching the Judge one ' ' v when they met last lowed. -' sevenhis of ideas the Crimson-aevenly matched m. 3 through that time. In two of the were P. at Both weight , was a golf special event Moore scaled under week in a three-roun- d world's series.. pJaj-cdgame 113 Utah was forced to play amej 1164 andBuff oo and fought to a draw, that they were at Hall. final Teaching liie Hampton few with minutes tour BUFF SCORES EARLY. life them tu folow through (iiicn in- the lineup because of only .rematched thirfweek to go the regulatiotaught the strict even. was ' realfirst The round n-four And fairly" rounds. Both the boys p the eye on the ball." fin interpretation or. the rules. The Crim- ize that this will be one of the tough- Moore boxed cautiously at long range tie into a. house. stepped out in the lead, but had four bowling to ee tne ninepins, fall est fights either has ever had, and as a and Buff had difficulty In landing of it men in the cour? Moore Dut you ran bet your life he failed K.I the scrap disqualified td the body. consequence both have put an addi- with short punches honors. for I the low in a landed Po punch unintentionally tional spurt on their training. meet the "ke;! HIS eye un the ball." A .similar Incident came tip in the ' O 4 second round and Buff winced Red Hogan. local lad who will ? meet -held at Los BESrRBHlP when the r1 t. i, ' 'Hn'lv-aiiia but continued without.pro-tes2 Tank Tearn Metis." Utah team lost out.Angeled, " Z ; Young Herman of Salt Lake, in the with pain, tou ma i In HftSvSyiciK that him i He into flew Moore, forcing ,,ve-i-cspTctal event, seems ,to: be taking two huent. of on the cleanest player EijSH?)!! vu NHe has taken "on to the ropes with rights and lefts. Utah suffered things in earnest. team ;the t through In set third Buff the the round, pace an extensive course of training for j"HyuLu iiuw jiaru it is ior. nicauties, wnne two or tne rougnest some of those slowing Moore up with a solid right-han- d trot thrnnr-- tha his fight tonight and feels confident orchestra directors InSverfi rrfr kv enough to chin. Dunch the also ' in time with their orchestras? 'tournament keep that he will be the victor. Word without disqualified. being Weber Normal college- hoopnterp McMillan (left), Armstrong (top) and Robcrlfl Buff crowded into Moore in the comes from Salt Lake that Herman This eainc thing happened again in the UV D. L. meet S. to will retreat. of five . the fast I the latter was is working hard In the roped square fourth, forcing speeding along at twenty meet at Atlanta, Ga., Utah was lead-- ! BY BILLY EVANS. for two periods made ail kinds oft Salt Lake at 7:30 p. m. on the local the miles. and has planned many new tricks with Buff apparently .had the better ofwhile ing Rutgers by a sevenrpoint margin The three dominating factors in trouble. floor in one o the first games ofi In faef that'. 0n exchanges, connecting solidly, which he will attempt to send Red to Moore's until two of the Utah guards- .were ' to success . was .. . not the of Centre season The ; for nlavers. steam. Moore Pumle line, the the however, up eollege during tVio llnr-nr- l ..:, punches lacked in slumberland. out on the personal foul rules forced T. iu Hav.. tlio ja.ii 1921 line season were ntnndnnl. When the' thrniirhi The "Bo" mi V6hor(l..Q McMillan. V,n the fifth, did most of the fighting At ninety miles an hour. IMPKOVE3E?fTS NOTED. ad Rutgers went into the finale by dewere Roband forwards "Bed" Harvard week the the Captain durin? the and miss collapsed, the paces past Armstrong frequently. champion making Blackle Malan, Ogdenite, will make feating Utah with one pointable to sift through and break up the are now out to take the Saint- five into! to- - Moore's puzzling style bothered Buff erts. It doesn't lnl; o u if t lmc his first appearance this season'four UTAH HAS FAST STYWJ. The were the niale game. the one honors camp. passing "Bo" as mi! out in the sixth thaO but McMillan showing tioif stands against for fairly matches Sehaefer and ;night when h.e will mix It The nve fans 'of. Utah "have supported even. scnool last ueat of the greatest college players of all This year Harvard expected the Tuesday by thilare nbvinK drV' of Og Lee Sneddon, als Conli any f?,wr lxisketl)a,i rounds' with weil duriny the last few was Weber but OUTFIGHTS CHAMPION. de' ' ' players used He is of time.' the best had disappointing same' style play."U11 Centre probably; den. " a well and because men years nis at they like the tMoore waison a , are On Buff fensive such had in in expects events Glenn the to; the joacn pred bleeding game. games system quarterback Two other d . one o rue Stat that brings and game ii twice in in landed viciunouH and seventh to the ,l5nn. romp mouth well vious wore offensive also Coach sa the he contebt. the Joe ranks Harvard the up lunigiu listed. Case- Jones will fight mix to the out vigorous "n 1?S luck dmr,nif skill The faps once. .wound An old of Biyie. weakness seas the his the will speuy .. leaders, football among Moran, champion's realizing and McCarthy Jimmy Meyers, cha!want nave out a meuiocre iw plenty of Action anc on top of Moore's head was opened inethis !) If there were any quarterbacks who year previous, had paid special atwith JimmPy Murphy. e and the Wei and team the are. rites came as he Utaji style of basketball has ' year it blood to . Pffimntpr1 Downlne's verdict on and from line. him his had anything trickled, Harvard found given to", offensively, they tention furnished win. this during th past few to therefore favorites Coach Moore the corner. his a of Pwere Instead not usini? Devine stone wall. Iowa it the and do of who outfought Killenger , out last week that boys A btrict interpretation of rules, a cenin wonder has Petersen years. Collett. half in the of Penrr was McMillin Devine State. forward the pays constantly, eighth, landing work out in the rvmnaslurh will not champion acxordiii? to the letter, would make a of the west, Killenger great- dropped back as if to hurl the ball, ter, .but the other members ofr.thts'' punches in succession withbe allowed to fight on the card is aoutdozen basketball game impossible and to 'fast show much. return. or . east. back and end in the est running a then either skirted the f squrfalled better irans having its effect. It would be more of aToul pitching con- in all probabil-- ! Tho Weberites will, Was In went iBuff the betback In . off means the tackle. Harvard Centre In fought furiously game. turn which I test than a basketball trained boys, start the contest with the follow game, and Moore contmued to pile up victorious largely through the efforts onfjw, "Red", Roberts has been equally ity. ter b uts for the fans. A goodly num- ninth, but "Tie the one man men: team each 'of and for wguld Anderson, Budge ing and a of fusillade with Robto of His end Centre. assisted has last out points rights McMillan, worked valuable, "play. ably by boxers again ber of main cog in the sport, while the Utah lefts. Buff 'tried desperately to put erts. ,McMillJn's dash oi 22 yards off been almost perfection. He has all wards: Price, center; Couch and Hal flight at 7 o'clock before another large irand of basketball requires. five men aliday, guards. In the tenth, tackle, and then through a broken kinds of endurance", and seems to finfinishing punch crowd of fans vho seemed, well over oo to play the name at all times.toiirna-men- x7 and out Moore of as was one as but danced' f ish of .he the started. danger ield, strong greatest play pleased with the entertainment. An intercollegiate basketball In to continued In the Harvard game. Buell'of of the year, despite the 'shortness of pile oo punches. The curtain raiser will so on tonight in Utah would be a great event was run. criticized scored Princeton for the touchdown It the .at 8:30 sharp. directing funs would, sure!: support it. the and so cothat beat Harvard. It IHMSLLS many plays against Robert Grant of Uie Ilocy Moun-'tal- n I'resident McMillin is one of the best "threat" was undeserved criticism. Roberts ' will ask for the tournconference j John Metiraw in back in town. i players of the year.. He is a wonder figured in ho many plays, no so much to be in Colorado pr Utali ament held, tor .All rcauy ut throwing the forward pajs. can because of the direction of the atrelax; he will bo success- - , that li it iioped to ci-or ends but slide off tack, due ia Koiiiia- pay Roberts' ability .to uuiuiuiie ' cleverly skirt the $ ;rui. excess His ALL-FANtax. tackle, and is a good puiuer. When sense the play and cover so much prolit 00 he drops back to handle the ball ground. At first Dallas offered While Captain Armstrong, has not the opposition is always up in the air. Bo McMillan $7000 university a. year: to coach In the Harvacd game, McMillin been as sensational as either McMiland now they have made a new offer demonstrated his worth as a field lin or Roberts, he has played a- fine of $3r,000 for; five .yiars. general. In 1920 Centre had shown brand of football, and proved a most' BILLY EVANS Maybe By Harvard a forward parsing game that capable leader. have It is the sensational play in football they think: Centre doesn't; that gives the spectators the real thrill. Oscar Vitt, Former Detroit A brirtlant run. 'a long forwarti pass. C1LV3IPION LvGGIXG (Special Dispatch) ;a kick, are Just a few of the most sensational runs in tho spectacular HoldDown The East SALT LAKE, Dec. 16 Star,- Will Dec. 16. Augle Kleck- - off he erldlrondrop CIIICA'Vl headllners west. Playing against TukW. with the went down to a 28 to Leopards high bill-- ! to of these hefer. If cushion three Position Infield score of lOto 1 against Detroit. Mc-- 1 plays particular ilcago. happen 24 defeat In a basketball contest stagts iard champion, Thursday made 44 decide the game, theyi carry the Kenna sprang into the litr.eliirht. With. ed against the Murray high school a. goes-witsuch while that John of tional Sedalia. a few minutes to. play, Layton .punch ' he caught'jonly The afternoon. quint here Thursday a t ii f n Vcf r. u 11.. . Mo., former champion; made 60 in the feat. ( SPECIAL DISPATCH.) j unu 10.... Smelterites staged a sensational come-bac- k liiiv, 0 1 iirst raaicn ot ineir tnrco uiocks ot me season oi u. i was no exeep- yards fd" a louchdown i Scnro rMn 00 ' NEW YORK, Dec. 16. Oscar Vitt. in the final period, coming from star Cincinof the baseman second behind to take their victory. The donshlp. Layton's high run was many sensationa wojlay. Opii play, nati lub of the National league will scdre at the ond of the first half weairkvUnKorm while Kleckhefer's was five. club thi Salt extravagant useof' The onside kick is seldom resorted lght, of Lake jmade possible by was was 17 to 13 for the Red and Black of 16. Spug Dec. POCATELLO, Ida., fon to in modern football, but it won mi season the forward pass next Coast responsible tEePacific league of Christmas is All Buy The warriors- . of th Frankib thrillers. of icreat defeated :a many, Myers here Reagen announced sumo i.in the west. Drak- - Cheerfully: by today itgjfis was contest 'important This hotly contsted WIN' MATCH. FIRST mostof few are a Hero the Import- wa8 pUxylns Two new pitchers and Denver in the eleventh round of a isu t Drake kicked' Gompers says the "Navyi-u- t displaying rare four new Lane. throughout, both teams Box B. C Dec. 13. Jok ant VANCOUVER. be added also will off. infielders ball.': must of Lewis Missouri him. Samuel tho for enoueh caueht r.fronr was shots.' Elder last here scheduled battle at long ability Hutchison. British open golf cham- roster. .flic ran a few rteps and .then sent a. Le chewing "Honest Scrap."to meet the Leopards this afternoon, to the Bee Esmond route. This knockout via the night the of loft punt down the. field. When he' Xo. it uoetn't reduce taxes to charge pion. and Jim Barnes. United States' Halfback Miller of University Jimmie Syracuse while the locals will journey to Kays-vill- e club uus KlCKed. wuu neio iiiuisuut lue nrsi i"v umj iv of the International league, is the event was cramful ul iiuiii one several Ml.;nnrl this evening to meet the Davis e run 10,000-milfield from the .klckoff to behind him. In to bell and was pronounced as They-fulmatch of tour. their cavort to around other them "Kprshnu-- . uno.of sum.nv.iman throwinesigned The chap anyl lineup high hoopsters. s affa.rtat or . ..Black. professional .touchdown.- Playing ; Gcttys. ,,tat th J)a!1 t0 tne f..nin nn!n. of the best card held here for many defeated Da the Bee's infield. He is a shortstop ,vMr mary: Cu on were he uio the and llrst The of of a Owens threo rounds first Alexander Itf 'mean no Pitcher Canada, burg, play month. Avhllo r g'ime champion ability.. several Drake nbv has and up. r.i cVmm EAST HIGH tmnw? ft- i?4f Vow then on it was nothing Duthie, five pp and four to play. The received the kickof f on hi., own 'l.- - picked era were" h Is Fd.G FT. T. F1.TJ T.P. Washington, will also wear a Salt Lake even, but from ' the of the 555 match. 36 holes, was followed- by a yard line and ran: but Myers. length, 0 0 uniform. 0 OM .:''Roberts, rf . . ' "n X " fieul , f or a, touchdown.- 'I --he score. dtnvn- the Referee Nevins counted Reagen out gallery of 1,000.. One additional pitcher and two ad 1 ?coro f th " nTyift 2 4 t,d,i air Beerslfc . . . 7 Gettysburg, o.i. V to a Also the landed were 00 had L"i after .Pennsylvania i"7" Infielders Myers right 4 ditional 0 signed. 0 rZ.Vu ' Glynn, . In A . to -a le law the ft for bodv not the Christmas names be ThR will t,iwingood and tn inn 0 drnn 0 candy receipt 1 but their 0 given Smith, rg . were! Is him past one candy store . Lead' ' . sub IC rnwp fast eleventh. Four hiei-.f-. tne Lake i was. McKenna, Salt east bv the r in made prexy preliminaries out the quarterback nf 0 until 0 after . Taufer, lg anu teunim .now hungry you are." University of Detroit team, made one University "of Maryland against Rnt-i also listed on the card. o 1 returns home. Ireland Is aliout the eke of Lake 3 Benton, rf be to Infielders ' gerg. It .was made from tho 4 other. Ond the of 0 0 c but the lake has the most Greeri, Superior; vacant ' left shoes fill the 0 0 will named ' .; fish. Myers, rg BY AHERN 0 lots of Ted Jourdan, who OUR BOARDING HOUSE 0 through-tTho girl suing for the righ to Vance, lg . . Aldrich of Yale, won everlasting powdei: was recent' sold to the Minneapolis has the cheek to do It. fame in the Princeton game bv his 5 club of the American association. 11 Totals . . . halfback is the Our itWo drop, kicks Those two kicks were President Bill Lane and Manager MURRAY l 1 . gown. VJ ' evening L0OKVi SAtf MR. BUSTkR, I 1 ale a "margin of victory m a 13 to 7 -- Fd.G Fr.Tl FI.G. T.P. Duffy Lewis .will both, depart for Salt OVA SAKTfc fTLJS has t neV TTCHL'D The" grandson . , . score,: . 0 0 Lake 0 this '. VJOMDERIW' w4' "TM1 evening. Bradford, rf a right, tcf cry. cmKBLEV UP LOOKS A SlGU"Pn .. Ki GET."DOVJKi on 5 2 3 i Baoon, If iz British are singing "Mary, Mary, liahph" Oilroy won a niche .in the DoWKi 0 0 uow , -ALVr4-VSEEcmj" Chlberall.'c .. .... 14 does your POT HEM: how coke cLas WTUOSE QUttecontrhn'. I ' Princeton hall of fame by his . run 0 0 Jones, rg " "go?" WE'S 'CAUSE FAT! score VJlU standUPTOCRAUklGSO Harvard. With the 0 0 against to mistletoe Js . UE BEFORE kelson, lg ... .... 01 place hang Proper 3 to 0 iu favor of IIarard, and 0 0 . ing Sander, lg In hair. the WrtWAT'socnV n VOU GET 11 IT K10V1 CMJ9E- COKES-POVJK0 0 five minutes, to play, Gilroy 1 A SKAUU" Kastejllc, rr a took long1. forward pass from Snivley AKi-i FlREPUCEVOO'RE FXT she keeps it dark. ' F VOU CM CrUVUEYE PUTS OU and ran 50 yards for a touchdowit. hair a v Totals ... . ...13, 3" A opera star wants $750 for grand ST. Mike 16. Tlfat run decided the game, although PAUL, Minn.. Dec, Referee Watts- "DO WE CAKi .TUErA Must be a she didn't sing." night O'Dowd, former middleweight chamPrinceton won finally,. 10 to 3. oo' hush money. settle' will Mike Gibbons, GLASSES DO IT VJ1LLVOU2 pion, and In Spitzenburg, where trees - grow . their pugilistic differences ;here toPerhaps" the most sensational pass only one be .hard PANTHERS LOSE TH CHIMNEY to win a big game, was made In the to tree inch high , It must 11 night. ... , V; . .... 'possums. o Illinois-OhiIn a State contest. With only .bout W FAST HOOP GAME each VW the Chrlctmas Seals'. a short time to go and neither team vlll seek to answer definitely ' ,.V? five months until open Only M' sc6red. Illinois tried a forward season on "more poetry. V'!"in his favor.the question- of superiority having spring at . fisticuff s a question that has dis.hurled the ball-tpas. ItPeden (Special Dispatch,). "J am Jaylhg for the consumer, ' ' bounded his struck from arms, SFRLNGVILLE. Dec. Iff. Spring-vill- e turbed their, respective followers since i the hen. But the cold storage lay SVIW4 BUSTER I St. Paul Milkes hammered Captain Myer of Ohio State on the says. ' hoopsters defeated the West high the two 10 us ) also.. for bounded into .back In 1919. here rounds chest and Panthers, 25 to 21, here tonight. The through r expensive gift Is thalof . SEE YJOO CROWD Th least LETS arms. He ran 25 yards for the guarding of both teams was of the first ,, pleasant.- -' score of the gafne. It .was 'the being EL PASO, Texas.--Guwas poor. Kallio, Oma: only order, but'the'basket caging Hrl' Will." Can CUIHUEV Roam at Bees UP "Rules durha, Neb., won the decision of the refThe score l was 13 all at the end of eree only touchdown made by Illinoischanc- Kansas headline. Pity poor Will. . Virm-YOURhera In a finish wrestling match UULK the half. ' ing the season, and killed States When permanent peace comes it es of. "Winning the Western Conference will the against Matty Matsuda, El Paso, JapClark was the bright star-fo- r labeled "Made In U. , Utle.?C' YOU'D LOOK UKE M locals, while Carmen 'played brilliant anese welterweight, after each had Kaxofrs book. "How to Hold, Dr. ball for the defeated five. The lineup won a fall. Matsuda In pulling Kallio ' a says' briefly, ."Use both A Husband," ELEPVAAriT M talked-oi .' l;questlonably the most f loose from a. hold on the top ring and summary: . 'arms." , Its run short on of the season, despite roye, fell backwards Kallio WEST HIGH, ' the top of y t JUEPVAOKlE Cen- . In spite, of "popularity, was McMillin of out. Kallio made - Fd.G.Fr.T.FLG.T.P. him, and was knocked s lengths by to Is cas M nothing speak or." 1 2 failed to make weight and bets were 0 tre. Having carried the bail to Har- . - If 0 Escandon, ' rf come don't way your things M McMillin 4 declared off by the referee. 0 0 vard's dropped go after them. line, .2 Madkay. rf the .ball 3 to 0 if as then took back pass, Howells, If in Some women wont be 3 1 the left side" of the Harvard heaven4. TACOMA, Wash. Harold Jones of through Carmen, c new unless get wlB. they 0 0 line, after getting away from three even'-PaTacdma, and Monk Fowler, 'ew OrewTnAn,; lg?Z' day. 0 0 leans lightweight, boxed a fast six tacklers. Then h cut diagonally across ..0 Williams, rg Is .Austria's-defici160,000,000,000 "of to th right side,' eluded a mfmber round draw here. The visitor piled crowns for several dollars. 3 1 10 Harvard players, and scored the tonch-do...... 21 tip points while infighting, but Jones Totals Before disarming several Jtlckers over outboxed and outpunched, his rival at that In ave Centre a victory SPRING VILLE. will have to be dislegged. d ' the . . Fd.G.Fr.T.Fl.G. T.P. long range. . Harvard, perhaps , l Evans: "If ono Problem for Billy . . 0 6 0 about game of the year. Eddie Billings, Superior. Wlsv welI Clark, If 42 - three makes fullback touchdowns, 2 5 6 9 terweight, won a four round decision Crammer, rf one a make. sober will how many more out 0 stands 0 feat from Claire Bromeo of Portland. .1 -Bird.-"... Amuck" headline. Run "Bandits . of" Fullback 1 0 0 that than prominently Hutchlngs.. must be a hoteL " ' - 0 .0 , 2 1 Thomas of Chicago against Illinois. The "Amuck" WAUSAU, Wis.- - Matty Smltli. of Cutler, rg diamonds are worth man A figures" in the third 0 period 0 Racine, knocked out Fred Nelson, of ' Sumslon. lg Entering ' ton a ' Illinois $350,000,000buy now and 0. to Thomas with with the first punch In the leading Pittsburg, ' efrush. the avoid 'Ucrr , own ' vir4 6 5 first round tonight. The men are 10 gained 100 yards through his Totals to "What's" world: the the the two Jap Says He scored forts. touchdowns, lightweights. Referee Weight. cent friends?" between 10 TAKIWG.AKIV.CHCES oo one a as per of his carrying final result are not as foolish, ' The ' Newly-Wed- s s. ball 44 yards In consecutive plays, the PEORIA. Ilia, Ever Hammer KASTSAS PICKS OAPTAEV of 1 SAKTTA as the Nearly-WedV.. LAWRENCE. Kan., Dec 16 Severt Chicago,, had a shade ' over Bud finally, crossing the Illinois line. Sardine - packers are threatening 00 Chrlstiano was cap-'taof In a elected left ten round tackle, Buffalo; Hlgglns, Street, car coifductors can" ' of the 1922 Kansas university bout here, according to a majority of Only 11 more months until Thanks. , their take places. newspapermen at the ringside. giving. football team. ; .vTVe6ty-x- -- - -- . . h K "11 ?L?1' six-rou- nd -- . A ft - A A. . ' - yS ( - - 1 1 j ! v i j . I seml-wlnd- , up . no-decisi- on 4 s v - - i X -- t I , ! j iimfeflrcvfi y Aw,'' I , ' - , Bon-ccni- e -- ; - : v X GAIK -- ,' u'a AJe-o-o-o-lKri- - ( -- ie. 4 ; - f- - h J : . I i.t nt j - ! - - ; j j ' SV"' four-roun- - . i hard-playe- -- i ! -- , , i - ; on sen-jsatl- ; ; : - : ; -- Y MS - ; ; FOOTS ., -- MEAST a " - -- - - . - . 'rltii-meti- c. ' ; ' ' " I Myers Trims Reagen With Speedy Work - . - , i- addl-poin- : h 1 1 1 1 irf-jai- Tr-trn- 't , j A-C-- " Presi-detvrB- - ill C -- - ; . 12-rou- AliKs-our- nd i - ! - ni-iver- q' n-or- j . , -- V-- i o-.- u - SnHrV&SiS . - lnn' I c . l . -- 1 . ' - tmt ri. ,.r . lont - r-- .i-cth- iii rd; . m 0-- x - 0 ... h i!V ; . 1 " - - r .all-A'merlc- an v ; v:-- , -- " r's - -. , sinv - vis-cbu- nt T; - - - Ring and Mat , ' less-tha- I . APMR-.OFMAfiKJVPrtW- -- AMD-TUKTrAAK- . 1 1 . , 10-rou- no-decisi- on nd. ' mr 11J-- - 0 4 On-wit- -- o ft Wal-qutst. ". ' Wal-quls- t's s -- -- , ...... ....... i....0 ..... 1 l . . . 1 - . Ar-buc- kle 22-ya- rd - - y t w - most-talke- , . ....... ......... ....... . ..... v No-Individu- 0,0 0.0 - al the-gam- e. - is 1 . j 6& . la , , ' t ROUNDS OF HIGH . ... J T7Tr , 1 ii 'U CLASS ijr1 .... 2JZ -- u. h , ,.nii to-strik- , WASATCH ATHLETIC CLUB .8:30 p. m. Sharp , Eagles Building Ringside, $1.50; General Admission; $1.00 Plus War Tax . . . '