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i Army-Navy Contest Will Be
Last Big Game .of the Year
Both Teams in Fine Condition and Confident of
Winning Saturday; Pennsy Ready for
I By International News Service.
- NNAPOL1S, 31(1.. Nov. 21. The
final week of preparation for the
army game began tills afternoon
J. !L with a short signal drill and con
siderable work in kicking, pass
ing and handling the ball. There was
a notable change In the temperature
and the coolness which has taken the
place of tho uncomfortable warmth which
Ms prevailed here tended to help the
midshipmen out of a partial sluggishness
which had marked their work for a few
days The coaches have glvon the men
a new ct of signals and these were used
today for the llrst time. The high wind
which prevailed made the practice In
handling the ball on kicks of special value
ft the navy backs.
II was announced today that, barring
accidents, Nichols would start the game
at quarter Instead of Mitchell. Harrison
at fullback and McRoavy at left halfback
will also play. This means that the
navy coaches have selected as strong and
leavy a backfleld aH possible and expect
to batter the army lino from the very
start. The men mimed arc all fast for
their weight and the .backfleld has In
Nichols one of the most brilliant runners
that has ever played for the navy.
Big Trio Returns.
R; International News Service.
WEST POINT. N. Y., Nov. 24. For
two hours the army men were on. the
Heal this afternoon, busy every moment,
although there was no scrimmaging.
Vficr running through their plays, the
regulars lined up for dummy work
against the scrubs, who stood up well
under the regulars attack, but without
tackling the man carrying the hall.
The return to tho srjuad of the big trio
of Injured hcadltners, Huston, Hodgson,
and Hcnedict. was tho most gratifying
i Ing today to coaches and men alike. All
hrcc worked for a short while In the
signal drill and It looks now as If they
will all start In the navy game next Sat
urday. Hodgson kicked splendidly to
day. Jlobbs's punting was also up to
the mark and much Is expected of him
if he gels Into Saturday's contest.
Minds May Play.
PHILADELPHIA. Nov. 2.4. There was
joy In the University of Pennsylvania
football camp today wiien It was learned
that Chester Minds, the red and blue
fullback, probably would be able to play
tn the game against Cornell here on
Thanksgiving day. Minds, who has been
on tho side linens for two weeks with
an Injured shoulder, donned a suit today
and took part in tho practice of the team
at the "White Marsh Country club. His
shoulder Is weak, but it Is belle'ed he will
be In shape for the final contest of the
Signal drill featured the work today,
Merrill was at quarterback, while Mar
shall and Captain. Young were usjed as
halfbacks. Avery pleased the coaches
with his puntlnc. occasionally kicking
Hxty-flve yards, while his punts seldom
fell short of firty.
Cornell Gets Send-off.
ITHACA. N. y.. Nov. 21. -Four thou
sand cheering, singing students gavo the
Cornell football team a routing send-off
tonight when It loft for Atlantic Cilv
preparatory to its descent upon Philadel
phia for the Thanksgiving day gamu with
tho local university's old-tltnc rival.
Pennsylvania. After a mads mooting on
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the campus, the students paraded to the
station headed by the cadet band. The
team, riding in automobiles, was tho tar
got for continuous yells of "Fight, fight,
The team will stay at Atlantic City un
til a few Hours beforo the game.
WASATCH BEATS PRICE
IN FOOTBALL, 25-0
Special to The Tribune.
MT. PLEASANT, Nov. 24. In an In
teresting football game at tho city park
yesterday. Wasatch academy defeated
Price academy of Price, the score being
25 to 0. This hardly shows the relative
strength of the two teams, however. The
Price boys gave a fine exhibition of
gingery football, several pretty plays be
ing pulled oft with tho vim and go of
old-timers and uome Individual work of
the classiest kind being exhibited. "Wa
satch, which Is unquestionably the
strongest team In this part of the state
this fall, was a little oft form, owing to
tho absence from Its backfleld of Harold
Hunter and Harold Jensen, two of Its
strongest men. Hunter is the headiest
player of tho team. Wasatch was strong
er than Its opponent yesterday, however,
and generally outplayed tho Price team.
Jackson of Price was the best player
i In the game. His playing was the fea
ture of the football season in this city.
He was In every play, fast, strong and
heady, and always a. match for every
man or combination of men ho met.
Every time he took tho ball he made
ground. Clinton Webb was Wasatch's
strong man, with Alrmet closely behind
A triple pass by Price, handled to per
fection twice, and the hurry-up spirit of
the boys from over the ridge were fea
tures of tho pluy. which was always
close because of the muddy field. Wa
satch used Its forward pass to good ad
vantage," as U3ual.
The season will close here next Thurs
day with a game between Wasatch and
the strong Payson high school team. The
dope shows the teams of about even
strength, and a spirited contest 13 an
ticipated by fans.
MT. PLEASANT WINS
BY A LARGE MARGIN
Special to The Tribune.
MT. PLEASANT, Nov. 21. Public
schools of Sanpete county have organized
n basketball league, which includes tho
schools of Mt, Pleasant. FaJrvlew, Mo
roni. Fountain Green and Spring City In
the north and Manti, Ephraim, Gunnison
ami Sterling in the south. Games in
eat-li division arc being played and, when
finished, tho respective winners will meet
and play Tor the county championship.
Mt Pleasant and Fountain Green
played iholr. llrst game here Inst evening,
the former winning In whirlwind fash
ion, showing high school class through
out the entire game. Despite a game
struggle put up by the west siders tho
locals had tho ball going Into the backet
almost as a stream from start to Mulsh
winning by 72 to 9.
Ml. Pleasant already has mot and de
feated. In tho same emphatic way. Spring
City and Fairvlcw, tho latter 'being a
pre minary game. A great deal of intcr
csjt Is being aroused In tho league games
throughout the county. hw
DOWNEY LEAVES FOR
BOUT AT PARK CITY
Jack Downry. the local middleweight
who is malehed to bo.v Jim Bovd of San
twonty.round bout at Park
City on Thanksgiving eve, lefL early this
morning for tho mining camp tov.fi
,h?0rjpyr,,as hc"n trai'S faithfully for
fi- fhfh wc1V"- Is 1 good shape
fp tho bout. He hopes to bring- homo
the long en.1 of the .money before tho
SSttu ,nore lhB ",f thn
Downey will return immediately aftr
the bout so as to be In this city Thurs
day night for tho opening of tho " -hattan
club, uhoro several of his proteges
will be t-een In the four-round bouts!
at tho 1. M, p. A. and will Hi;i In the
i-Hino rapacity for the newly-formed Alan
hat tan club, which is located !,, t he o"d
Arlon hall, 250 South Main strcot
RECEIPTS ARE LARGE
By International News Service.
CAMBRIDGE, Mass., Nov. "4 Har
vard spent more, than M8.O00 to" dffwa
1,a,fi?Ltl,c Sadiron this fall, on average
of $2000 ror each of the efehtcen men
w5r f?ffiLt,h,e SOnR oC m ThS
squad. m0n " ,ho Crlmnn
The Income from Harvard football wai
about U10.000 this fall. Tl.e absenU of
Dartmouth and the bad weather encoun-
ered caused a loss of about 52000 o""r
two seasons ago, when the schedule w
strongest. Coach Haughton gets In n
nual ?3000 salary and alumff nubLcrlS-
7 nnStrflntc? h,,n ?3500 m none "
Ho Is behoved to be the highest H
woVld. f any SPrt In th' ntoffollesffl
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' HI SCHOOL llf
FOR FISlEi GAME
Double Assembly Will Be
Held to Arouse En
The assembly to celcbrato the football
victory of tho Salt Lake high school team
over Ogdcn was not held yesterday, con
trary to the usual custom for victories.
Many members of the faculty thought
the weather was too cold for an outside
demonstration. It has been planned tq.
hold a doublo assembly tomorrow to re
joice over the Ogden victory and to cre
ate spirit for the Thanksgiving day bat
tle with the University of Utah freshmen.
The double assembly Is looked forward
to with much, interest. It has been sug
gested that all the trophies, Including
loving cups, pennants and medals, of the
high school be exhibited. The picture of
every football team slnco football was
introduced In the west sldo Institution
will also bo on exhibition.
The main topic of conversation of the
Salt Lake students is the approaching
gamo ' with the university freshmen,
Thanksgiving day. This game will mean
much to tho Panthers, for if they win it
will be a. big feather in their cap.
The coaches of tho Panthers are confi
dent that if they play the game that they
did against the Boiso team they will win
from the strong freshmen. Yesterday the
coaches gave tho boys a good signal
The practice was held minus two of
tho first team men who played in last
Saturday's gamo. They were Bill Good
rich and TVcndall Packard. Goodrich is
tho team's fullback and Packard tho left
ond. Both wore slightly Injured In
tho gamo and after playing on a wet
field they caught cold.
"Tiny" Leonard was in at fullback for
tho regulars and played a nice game. The
Panthers ran through their plays in good
fashion, but tho coaches were a little
lenient with the boys and sent them to
the showers after a good hour's work.
The second team played well yestcrdav
after tho players had been assured that
a game would bo arranged for them with
Provo or sorao other high school of the
The second team has dono much good
work, this year and won from the rogulars
in. several scrimmages. The backfleld of
tho second team Is composed of many
good men. Bill Banks, fullback, Is one
of the best men on tho team.
No captain has been elected for the
second team, but If another gamo Is
played tho boys will elect a captain.
The official plcturo of tho squad will
bo taken after school today. Thero will
bo about thirty players, the coaches,
Principal Georgo A. Eaton and Manager
Clarence Groshell in the group.
HARVARD ATHLETE TO
BECOME A BENEDICT
BOSTON. Nov. 21. As a sequel to
Ha ii'ard's football victory over Yale on I
Saturday came the announcement of the
engagement of ICIlnor, daughter of Bishop
William Lawrtuicc of the Massachusetts
diocese, to Lewis Hunt Mills, a Harvard
football player and oarsman. Mills,
whoso home is In Portland. Ore., was a
sub-tackle in tho game with Yale. He
rowed in the varsity eight at New Lon
don In 1912 and 1913.
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IT Mtil 10 SETTLE
SCORE IEKT MONDAY
Jordan and Ketonen Met
Once Before; Result
Was a Draw.
When Walno Ketonen and Chris Jordan
got on the mat together at the Garrlck
theater next Monday night for their
finish wrestling match, they will have a
chance to settle an old score. These two
mon met In an hour and a half match
a few years ago. and while neither
gained a full during that time, at least
according to tho referco. Ketonen says
that he gained one fall on. tho Greek. The
referee, however, refused to allow it and
aftor that the men wrestled for ninety
minutes without cither getting a fall. Ke
tonen says ho had Jordan In some tight
places and only Jordan's wonderful do
lenslve wrestling saved him from certain
defeat. The match was only supposed
to be an hour and a half affair and Jor
dan was content to stay the limit.
Jordan has improved much since that
tlmo and is no doubt a great deal better
man now than he was then, but thero Is
no reason to suppose that Ketonen has
stood still, as he Is only a youngster and
has taken every opportunity to Improve,
as has the Greek.
Ketonen also says that he has been
trailing Jordan around the country ever
since that match, over two years ago,
In an effort to get a return "match to
decide tho best man. lie savs the
Greek has always avoided him until now,
when t is a caso of wrestle or abandon
all hopes of a return match with Yokel.
Jordan has said that Ketonen is one
of the toughest propositions he ever met.
no also said, beforo his last match with
Yokel, that if Yokel took on Ketonen bo
fore he, Jordan, did, tho chances were he
would have to meet Ketonen for the
championship instead of Yokel. This
shows that the Greek figured Ketonen
as good, if not better, than Yokel.
Ketonen and his training -partner,
George McLcod, are out on the roads
every morning and Ketonen amuses him
self by carrying his lighter partner up
the sides of tho mountains on his shoul
ders. He docs this to strengthen his legs.
In. the afternoons he works out with Mc
Leod, George Nelson of the fire depart
ment, and Anderson of the Deseret
Word from Ogden Is to the effect that
Jordan is training harder than ever be
fore for this match, as ho realizes that
It is his last chanco to get another match
with Yokel. He Is doing everything he
can to improve his condition and his
WILL BEGIN TONIGHT
The Commercial Basketball league con
sisting of teams representing the Lucas
Grocery company, the Mountain States
Telephone company, the T-Iallldav Drug
company, the Salt Lake Hardwaro com
pany, the Boyd Park. Jewelry company
and Honagor's Business college, will be
gin its winter season at the T. M. C. A
gymnasium tonight. Three games will
bo played, tho first starling at S:J5
Tho league last year was a success.
President Freeman Bassett will mako a
short address previous to tho tinio the
games begin tonight. Tho teams will plav
tonight as follows: Tienagcrs vs. Ilallf
day; Telephone vs. Lucas Grocery; Boyd
Park Jewelry vs. Salt Lake Hardware.
For Kaiiaaa Title.
TOPEKA. Kan.. Nov. 21. A football
game hero Thanksgiving day between
Washburn college and the Kansas State
Agricultural college will decide tho con
ference championship of tho state. Wash
burn has won eight of the thirteen nn
nual games the two colleges have plavcd.
RIVERS 10 CROSS
1 FITFDR BOUT
Boxers Show Class for Their
Twenty-round Go Thanks
By H. M. WALKER.
By International News Service.
LOS ANGELES, Nov. 24. "The Greas
er Is as full of fight as a rattlesnake.
His condition, four days heforo the bat
tle, Is perfect to the hour. He hasn't
taken a long breath Blnco he started."
Tho veteran boxer, Jack Root, after
watching Joe Rivers go through his
workout this aftornoon in preparation for
his twenty-round bout with Leach Cross
at Vernon on Thanksgiving, placed this
stamp of approval on the Mexican light
weight's condition, a condition that has
been bothering the Los Angeles ring
regulars for ten days past.
It was twenty minutes past three when
Rivers drovo up to tho pavilion in his
new $7500 car. Two minutes later Joo
was In tho hands of his trainer, Abdu
Trough with his preliminaries. Joe took
on Solly Burns for three rounds and at
tho finish Solly wasn't much to look at.
Young Abe Sherman came next. Rivers
went through the entire workout In dash
ing style and finished without a long
A half-mile down the road, at the
Doyle camp. Cross loafed about watlng
for the spectators to come on and glvo
him the "once over."
Tt was -I'.od when Leach started to box.
Ho took on gamo littlo Dick Wayne. The
bout was supposed to go three rounds,
but at tho end of the second Dick had
a supposition of his own and off came
Heavy Louis 'Rees stuck to Leach for
four rounds of from one to three minutes'
duration, the time changing according to
how close watches Brother Sam kept on
Ingcrsoll, and a heavy bee It was.
Cross still shows facial marks, the ef
fects of his clash with Willie Ritchie,
but in every way appears to be In bud
ding condition, the word budding being
used for the reason that we are tired of
saying that a man Is in the pink of con
dition. Rivers Is a slight favorite in the het
tlng at 10 to 9. He claimed to be down
to 135 pounds at the linlsh of his toll
today. Cross said the same notch would
about cover his poundago.
ANOTHER HURLER FROM
BRAINERD IS SIGNED
BRAINERD, Minn., Is'ov. 24. Joe
Graves, a Chippewa Indian of Walker,
Minn., has signed as a pitcher for the
Philadelphia American League .baseball
team for tho season of 1914, It was an
nounced here today. Graves In tho last
two seasons has pitched sensational ball
for Walker and Bralnerd and has been
looked upon as a local wonder.
He was a teammato of Leslie Bush be
fore the latter became a bg leaguer.
U. of St. Louis Prepares.
ST. LOUIS, Mo.. Nov. 24. Coach Dcn
nie of the St. Louis university team to
day sent his men through a "stiff work
out In preparation for the game with tho
Syracuse cloven hero Thanksgiving- day.
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FAST PRACTICE HELD
B! VARSITY ELEVEN
Freshmen Give Bennion's
Men Chance to Try Many
Scrimmage yesterday afternoon be
tween tho Utah varsity and tho fresh
men showed that both teams arc In fine
condition. To defeat them Thursday, the
Utah Aggies and the Salt Lake high
school must be in the best possible fight
ing trim. The scrimmage did not take
the form of a practice Gamo. Both
teams used some now formations which
the coaches wore especially desirous
thoy should perfect. Tho teams were
given all the , time for practice they
Tho varsity was given as many downs
as it required them to make ten yards.
This gave the men lots of tlmo to see
just what thoy will have to confront In
tho execution of the new playa.
Tho varsity tried mostly a number of
open formations and forward passes
which the coach lias cooked up since the
gamo two weeks ago with the University
of Colorado. All season the Utah team
has had to fight veteran teams. These
teams were so strong In their lines that
Utah's light backfleld men wore unable
to do anything through the line. Tho
coach fully appreciates this now, and lest
the Aggies should also prove impene
trable, he Is teaching his men how to
score by tricks and open work.
Tho freshmen, on the contrary, expect
to use line playa almost exclusively
against the local high school. They
therefore tried some of the new plunges
which Coach Nelly has been showing
them since the Ogdcn game. Thcv found
them very effective and pounded the var
sity line most effectively at times.
The varsity had the opportunity of
trying- her open field defense and resist
ing the close attack of tho underclass
men. This is fortunate for the varsity,
as It Is expected that the Aggies will
try to run tho line for a victory. For
tho freshmen, this kind of work Is
equally good, as it Is certain that the
high school men will depend for a vic
tory over the freshmen on open field
A fcaturo of tho gamo between the
freshmen and high school will be the
presence in tho gamo of the three Wilson
brothers. Earl and Bob "Wilson will plav
for tho froshles and Johnnie for the high
school au tnree have played for tho
high school, None of them la big, but
all three are natural athletes and splen
RIED QUITS WHEN
JABBED BY WILLARD
By International News Service.
FORT WAYNE, Ind., Nov. 24. Jack
Ried of Toledo quit cold when the second
round of his bout with Jess Wlllard was
but a minute old here tonight.
Rlcd dropped with a grunt to the floor
whon a short hook that bounded, off. his
arm struck him on tho ribs. The blow
had not force enough behind It to even
jar the Tolcdoan and Roferoe Santry
waved to him to get up. Rled refused",
saying: "Jle's too big for mo and I'm
Wlllard towered head and shoulders
over Rlcd and from tho first boll it was
evident that Rled was whipped. He was
pale with fright whon ho looked up at
the Giant Kansan and seized tho first
opportunity to quit. Wlllard failed to
land a clean blow on tho boxing Toledoan
and seemed afraid to hit.
GRANITE B HA! '
SUCCESSFUL SE X
Team Is Best Since
Victory Hoped for Aj -Ogden.
Granite high school will haj Z
one of the most successful foot "
sons In Us history with the c Z
of the game with Ogden Thai -day.
Slnco 1008 the team has .ni Z
high school championship. In it y
ton and Legvone were the stars?!
lte, who did much to bring a ci
ship to the team. t, s
The record of the team thua fC
year includes victories over pi 77.
Jordan and defeats by Salt L Uf
and the Utah freshmen. This
accordance with the system Ins &
last year, pennants will be glvel 6:
member of the squad who, lia p ;
two or more halves of a game.'i iii
to last year sweaters were a At
players. The members of the a
have made their letters this
Ausherman. G. Hamilton, J. ' V'
Halton, E. Smith. Ii. Smith
Johnson. Hlnze, Carlson, 3 ! 1
Jones. Blazzard. Murphy, Cahoo .
son, Mackey. Erlckson, Jensen,1; 9
Frnzler and Dundas. Graduatlor
will cause the loss to the team .1
of Jones, McDonald. Manageri
; Captain G. Hamilton, Halton? 2
and J. Hamilton. ;
A play that will always bring,'
name of Captain Hamilton to2
dents of Granite is the, remark
of ninety-live yards for a t
which he made In the game aga
dan this year. Others wnose nil
be recorded In the Granite hl
football hall of fame are: Caho
tcrback, who was one of the fai
ever developed by tho Fanners; ...
man, whose punting has been
standing feature during the sea
Donald and Carlson, who wer
the best and surest tacklcra atl
school team In the state, and Rli
showed much class in going thl
May Play Soccer, fi;;
The Salt Lake Junior socceij-...!
team announced yesterday thaj ..
anxious to piny the CalcdonlaJ
on Thanksgiving day. If a gama
tho teams can be arranged, It yn
bly be played In the morning, jt'""
Players Are Banauotfli
AUSTIN. Texas. Nov. 24. TTZ'.'.
Damo college football team arJ..
today for tho game vln Austlnl-...
with Texas university. The enll-....
Is reported In fine shape. A baa--...
given the players tonight. yM
Dick, Captain of IowjTTi
IOWA CITY, Iowa, Nov. 24.-3fv,
for the last two years halfbMr
University of Iowa football tm
elected captain of tho team torJBcd l
Saved His Foot. J Mhi
H. D. Ely of Bantam, 0.,
from horrible ulcer on his foot
years. Doctor advised ampuM -ho
refused and reluctantly tn
Ion's Arnica Salvo as a last r JqU
then wrote: "I used your ,
my foot was soon coraplotoiy
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