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HI SUNDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 3. I92C THE UGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER 13 H
I Ogden A. A. Wins
I f Initial Grid Game of
N 1920 Season, 43-0
Pesty Jarvis Plays Stellar Game for Locals, Scoring Five
Touchdowns; Boxelder Gridders Are Helpless Before
Attack of Locals; Entire A. A. Team Shows Class
Galore; Fast Team to Clash Against Aggies
In the initial grid fajiie of the car
: on the local lot the ogden Alhlottc
association had little trouble In win
f ninff out over Coach TwitcheM's Box-
older High school yesterday afternoon
the final score being 43 to 0.
Although the quarter were- limited
l 'i ten minutes fain instead of the
j i emulation 15-niinute. periods the. local
row Showed class galore In all de-
r uartments of the game, breaking up
ihe plays of the visitors and playing
like a well oiled machine
Lester "Pesty" Jarvis was oni' of the
main springs in tin victory for the
IochI.x, c rossing the goal line on five
different 01 casions after receiving as
many forward passes from Captain
Ulilie CJIasmann. Jarvis played a star
- ii.it at end and won a home with
i lie local tans through his clever work.
The scoring started in the first peri
W -J od. In the lutter Dart of this m-riod
tKfl Glaemann heaved h long forward pass
HH o Jarvis. who raced 36 yards to the
BdH lirst touchdown. lie kicked goal.
!?lL Score: Ogden 7. Boxelder o.
W Jm The locals were unable to push the
'jr ball over the line again during the
jshamfX' Urst period, although they had the
mWWmA '; ball on the three-yard line when the
HS: j period ended. In the second period
Hfl Giasmann ran 30 varus through a
0 broken field scoring the second touch-1
flV down. Goal was mis3ed. Score; Og-
I S ilcn 13. Boxelder Q. The locals. how-
Bj ever, were unable to score during the
IK remaining minutes of play in the sec-j
Dl SLX MORE
in the third period the locals ended
HT'i mother six points to their total when'
f Jarvis ncrain scooped a forward pass
I Jm from Giasmann and rai d 10 yardt
kfl to touchdown. Coal was again'
1 missed Score: Ogden r.'. Boxelder O.j
Hl In the final period the locals started 1
Hl play with a rush and before the final
1 Whistle sunded three touchdowns had
I ieen ,'r corded
H! In (his period Jarvis crossed the goal
Pj line n three occasions each time alter
i-j.' ecelvlng a 0 1
IHh :i;ann. Oil his third touchdown. Jarvis
B raced more than 50 yards through a
Freddie Reberg. playing halfback
H made the other scoic in this period'
1 raveling more than 26 yards after
j eepting a forward pass Goal was,
B again missed. When the whistle
WW sounded the ball was on the Box. Id 1
I BHQQKLYN GETS
I j BILL OF HEALTH
hu, Nobody Attempts to Bribe
Superbas to Throw 1920
, - of raeml iers of he I ; klyn club ol
the National league by District Attor
W ney Lewi.' of Kings county, was com-
j pleted today with tins result:
Hj The district attorney found that
Hj not only had none of the Superbas
been approached in an attempt to "fix"
I i, the coming world series, but "It would
1 have been dangerous for gamblers or
H their representatives to make such ad-
anc.es to the new champions of the
M National league."
H The district attorney said he wee
Q prompted to make the investigation
B because of vague rumor of alleged
fixing an lined in a newsp ipei
H ; story. Exonerating the Brooklyn plav -
h i ers in emphatic terms the district at-1
B I torney declared he had learned from
ajVJ i conversations with the players f tn,J
BajW I .iangcrous ground on which "fixers"
AjVj V would have to treading had they at-
ftjVj I tempted crooked deals.
SUSPH U)N REMOVED.
Hi I'.'oidcni rCbhets and Manager Rob-
HHAff' I ni6on of the Brooklyn club declared
Bf i P i i rnev had com-
I pleled his inquiry that no one connoct-
BflH ed With the Brooklyn club resented
Q the investigation but every one con-
KH nected with the club was glad that
Kijl ' suspicion which httd been aroused was
PjBB Notwithstanding the clean bill of
HKfl health given to the Brooklyn club by
flflU the district attorney, the prosecutor
Bggl Vldently intends to see that nothing
UgM will ooOUt to Interfere with h honeesty
SBjn of coming games. He sent a telegram
BBH i ) Mcclay Hoyne. Chicago, state attor-
t' Cook county asking that offlcail
HJB to send him any evidence In his po -
jHI ssion relating to the fixing of garner
Bfl in anticipation of the world's series
He called Mr Hoym-'s attention to
SHI tatements in some papers quoting the
Chicago official as saying that he had
ovldence that several of the 1920
B Karnes were fixed and that the forth-
AgH t otning world's series was to be fixed.
SEARC U FOB ATI I.I.I
gDfl Prosecutors of two counties todaj
Bn were searching for Abe Attell. former
HHi featherweight chainplon, in an effort
EH 10 have him throw light on gambling
investigations. District Attorns)
Swann of New York county continued
his men on the trail of the former rime
i hampion Bo that he might clear up
B portion of the 1919 world s scries
Ik deal which mighl i-.a e been arranged
HVvc or consummated In New Vork county.
mm District Attorney Weoks or Nassau
r lolned Hi the hunt for Attell to have
jAuau! him tell all he knows of alleged gambl-
R ing activities under police protection
B in Nassau county. The latter Invest! -
H nation is said to have resulted from the
B developments In the Investigation of
the baseball scandal in Chicago.
Ii East Side Grid Stars
Defeat Logan Eleven
( Standard-Examiner Special i
SALT LAKE, Oct. 2. Coach Oil
Komney's fast East high 6Chool Krid
machine had an ca time In vvlnniiiK
out over the Logan high school war
riors here today the pcoro being 4'
to 0. The Leopards were never head
ed from the sound of the whistle in
'he first period until the final min
utes of play Henderson and Llving
ton starred for th- winners.
(l,'lB BROOKLYN. The screen behind
K&AV the plate at Ebbets' Field is fish net -
gB ting and not chicken wire as in all
othet major league park. It doesn't I
Bu9 scuff balls that strike it. 1
1 1 hi . o-yard line In possession of the
I The entire A. a team played pol
ish..) ball Irwin and Wllkenson in
th- batkfield Wert bright lights,
crashing through the Boxelder line
lime and again lor large :.'in" Irwin,
in tho opinion oi many fans played his
greatest gain' v ijrsterday. He was in
every play and showed (loss galorn
Wllkenson also showed to good nd-
i Giasmann t quarter played his
usual star Sttnt He was in every
plaj and handled his aggregation with
'the class of n Casey Reberg in the
backfleld also starred. His line
plunges were engineered with much
abllit.v and class
i m the fine, Kilpatrlck and Jarvis
Were the bright lights. These two men
played s'.;:i ball it th- end positions.
:id v'atson and Andrew also played
bang ii ball. Both or these men
were a credit too the line, opening
up hobs galore for thp backs.
For the visitors Wat kins, Gibba.
Jeppson und Call were the bright
Stars The entire team, however
played a classy article of ball and
several times during the game came
within scoring distance SCalcolm
Watson, Abe Glasmaim and Harold
Parr officiated. The lineup and sum
mary: Ogden A. A. Boxelder Hi.
Kilpatrlck ie A Oleson
Andrew rt J.?ppson
Watson rg Call
Hill c I- ox ley
Dixon .... Ig Oleson
Reed It Wheatley
Jarvis i e ...... . Wat kins
Giasmann qb. . . n. Wheatley
v"ilkenson rh... W WatkiUS
Irwin lh Gibbs
Ueberg i b F. Gibbs
Scon1 by periods- 1 2 .1 4-
ogden A. A. 7 6 24 43
Boxelder 0 0 0 u 0
Substitutions Ogden A A. -Campbell
for Dixon. Boxelder Graves for
Ogden scoring: Touchdowns Jar
vis f. Reberg. Giasmann. Goal after
tout hdown Jarv is l out of 3. Re
berg 0. Giasmann U- Andrew 0.
Time of periods, 10 mlutes.
officials Malcolm Watson, Weber
Normal, referee; Harold Farr, Univer
sity of i tali, ump-ln . Abe Giasmann,
University of Utah, head linesman.
Standard-Examiner Will Show
Games Way by Play
"Old Ironsides " the scoreboard of
the Standard Kxamintr, will be placed
in operation thD week, all the games
of the cphling world series between
il'.c Brooklyn Nationals and the Cleve
land Americans to be shown play by
play on th scoreboard. The first con
test to l-M- staged at Brooklyn Tu -day
will start at 1 o'clock ' gden time,
which Is 3 o'clock eastern time.
The game will be shown play by
plav. if your favorite saps one of
the choice apples out of the lot, thus
making S home run, the plav will be
1 recorded. The balls, strikes, outs, er
rors and. in fact, every part of the
national game will be shown play by
play. Tis our treat, so come prepared
to see the thrills.
In the opening contest at Brooklyn
the Indian- will . nter their first world
series In the history of their playing
In the senlbr circuit Manager Trls
Speaker will have a snappy ball club
in harness when the bell sounds and
as has been the custom in the past his
dub will no doubt enter the game a
favorite over Robertson's nun.
This, how over. Is due more or less
1 to the fact that the American league
clubs have always been stronger than
the National league teams. Mam rm-,
and many experts are of the opinion
that any on.- of the first four i lub.s
In the American league race this sea
son could wallop the Dodgers, but on
th other hand, the unexpected many
eB on deck and pick your favor
j COAST RESULTS
SACRAMENTO, Oct. 2,
Score. - R H E
! Salt Lake , - 7 j
Sacramento . y
I Batteries Bromley, Baura and i:
I ler; Faeth and Cook.
1 SAN FRANCISCO, Oct 2
l. Score- R. H. B,
Lo., Angeles ... lu 13 0
Oakland 3 3
Batteries Hughes, Thomas and La
pan; Alton, Hilton and Dorman.
j Lus Angeles, Oct. t
an Francisco . . . 6 i - 3
I Vernon J ' " 3 5 3
I Batteries Scott and Agnew ; Dell.
! Piercy and Murphy.
; SEATTLE, oct. 2
' pf?! R. 1 1 K.
' or"nd g ia j
: Seattle 4 S 1
; rvvUf n7 rSl11!,,p";""i and (Soehler;
; Geary and Baldwin.
N ltl POOTB lid
CHICAGO. During the mid-September
heat Coaoh Stage's siuud has
uepd two uniforms a day The one
they work in in the a. in. was too wet
for the p rn. practice scrimmage.
PI VN GKT6 B KK
PHILADELPHIA. Harold E. Bar
ron, the Olympic hurdler, who ran
eoond to Karl Thomson at Antwerp,
has re-entered Penn state. 11. left
school in 1917 to enter military service.
0OA 111 s 1 OOTBALL.
DBS MOINES. Jack Coffey, man
ager of the pes Moines U'estern
League baseball . lub. s coHehlng foot
ball at a Catholic college here. Jack
once played for Pordham college New
FOR IXBN TILT
Eastern Scrapper Will Arrive
Here From East Today:
Young in Trim
Terry Keller. Omden heavyweight
I boxer, "is primed for his boxing con--j
test nrxt Wednesday night at the lo,-..,
Armory hall against Btllie (daxori and
Will us" his powerful pun,.!nf i" an
effort to land a k. o on the Michigan ,
wonder. Keller will complete his
'naming at the Eagles' gymnasium tomorrow-
evening With a snappy work-I
iout while ftfaxon Will complete his
'.training Monday afternoon at th Fire
'Station. He Is In the best of condition
; and will bs one of the favorites among !
I mans of the fans when he enters t,
I Maxon is due to arrive in Og'en
this afternon from Pocatello. where
he ha been working out for the
scrap He is accompanied by his
manager, C W, Hamilton
Mnxon lias met nnd defeated some
of the best scrappers In the game
Including Mlske. Fulton. Homer Smith,
j Bob Martin. Jeanette. and many oth
ers He holds inure than fort:.- knock
outs over sonif of the best bets in
I the game On arrival here today
Mazon will workout at the Vlre Sta.
The winner of the coming Contest 1
I will be pitted 0 gainst the Champion
I Jack Dempsey In a future event, ar
,ranrrai,.nl for this match h;iv ing beeM
cor.ipleled bv the managers of both
I Keller and Maxon.
' With a chance to battle Dempsoy
for the crown, the fans are sure to
see a first class nip and tuck contest
I with both fighters giving and taking
punishment during the evening s enter
Itainment. After the local scran Keller
1 is booked lo appear at Seattle and 1
Portland, sfter which he will be
matched with Dempsey, if he is sua- j
cessful in the coming contest
1 Maxon tins the beam at 19? pounds
land is a refirulir giant. He Is rated
j by experts of the game as one of the
best heavlfS In America and COmeS
I to Ogden to return to Detroit with j
i Keller's scalp.
I This contest will hie fifteen rounds
to r decision
A1 Young, who i matched to meet
! Blllie Johnson in a ten-round event
on the Fame cm, i. completing his
tralnlnT for this , ix'e'-.t. He fousht
Able Mlshklnd at s.-i; Lake last week
I and ii reported to be In the best of
ThesJ two rattlin? bouts will be the
main events while three other snappy
I events will be listed on the program
Forty rounds of BprappMg will bo on
' the program whieh vvlll be one of
; the greatest ever -'.need here.
The third imp In the ring In the
main event will be named tomorrow
afternoon when the manager and
fighters hold a conference. Tickets
. for the scran arc going fat. more
j than 'J00 of the rinesidr seals already ,
1 haying been sold More than 3ou fans!
from Salt Lake will he on deck for!
' the scrap, according to Promoter 1
Hardy Downing of that city.
At Princeton IT. Swarrhmore C.
A! Cambridge Harvard 41. Main. 0
At New Haven: Yale 44. Carnegie)
At Lincoln University of Nebraska I
1 4. Washburn 0
At Annapoli.s: Navv 7. X. C. State 14.
At Philadelphia: Penn 7. Hueknell 0.
At Ithaca: Cornell IS, Rochester 6.
At West Point Army 38. Marshall
College 0, ,
At Providence: Brown 13, Amherst
At Des Moines: Drake 66. Simpson
At Ames: Coe 6, Ames 11
At Grinnell 4J. Penn 0.
At Mouni Vernon,: Cornell I'ollege
' 34. owa State Teaehers 7.
' At Washington Oeorge Washing
ton ; Western Maryland 7.
At New York Columbia 21; Trln
, Ity 0.
At Hamilton Colgate n. Susque-
1 hanna 0.
i At Syracuse Syracuse 49; ermont
1 At Hoboken Stevens 12; Pennsyl
vania military 1 S,
At Xew Brunswick Rutgers 6;
Maryland University 0.
, At Chicago Northwestern 14.
At Columbus. Ohio Ohio State .".::
! Ohio Wesleyan l.
1 At South Bend Notro Dame 39;
i Kalamazoo College 0.
At Minneapolis Minnesota 4 1.
' North Dakota 3.
At Newark, Del. Delaware 14.
I U'rslnus 0.
At Washington Georgetown 70; St.
At Morgan tow 11. W Ya. West Vir
glnla 7; Lehi 7.
At Carlisle. Pa. Albright 6; I 'icktn-
; son 0.
At Baltimore John Hopkins 33;
Mount St Mary s 14
I At Detroit University of Detroit
' 34 ; Duquesne 0.
At Rast Lansing- Michigan Agrlcul
tural College 10 Albion College 0.
At Columbia, Mo. Missouri 11
Missouri Wesleyan 0.
At Easton. Pa. LaFayette 2o; Muh
At Richmond. Ind. Earlham 28,
At Indianapolis Wittenberg 20
' Butler 0.
At Cincinnati Konyon 0, Unlver-
Sity of Cincinnati 46.
At Lancaster, Pa. Prankllu and
Marshall 14; Lebanon Valley 7
At Lawrence, Kans. University of
Kansas 47. Kmporia Normal 0.
At Fairfield. Iowa Parsons 7; Des
1 Moines College 0.
Senators Win Final
Tilts From Athletics
PHILADELPHIA. Oct. 2. Wash
Ingion today won th two flnil con
tests of the baseball season here from
the Philadelphia Athletics, 7 to F and
4 to 3.
Score: (First gumei R. 11 L
Washington . 060 010 oot- 7 11
Philadelphia ..600 000 4)00 6 7 1
Batteries Courtnev nod Oliiirrltv;
Blappy, Moore and Wlngo.
Score 1 Second game) U. II. K
Washington 002 100 100 4 r. 0
Philadelphia ..101 000 010 3 9 3
Batteries Shaw and Plcinlch; Nay
lor and J Walker.
LEONARD BRITT0N BOUT
CLEVELAND. O.. Oct. 2. The ten
round boxing bout between Jack Brit
11 vve 1 1 e r w I efh t . und Ben
ny lonard. champion lightweight M,r
indeflnltel) postponed todav because
of cold weather
ARMY WINS TWO
Cadets Take Double Easily:!
Annapolis Loses First
Game of Season
WBSTPOINT, Oct 2. Thf Army
walked aWaj with both ends 01 a
double-header football contest today,
defeating Union college of Schenec
tady, 36 to 0, and Marshall oollege of
Huntington. W. Va . 38 to 0. The
' 'adets wpr. never hard pressed Union
liebl them icorelesi for the first period
hut after that th Army scored easily.
French, full back of the army varsity
eleven, made three long runs, one of
3S yards and two of fifty yards each
W fcjOfiES GAME.
ANNAPOLIS, Oct. - The Annap
olis midshipmen lost th'ir fir-it came
of the football season today to North
Carolina state. 14 to 7 Navy was
rippled to some extent because sev
eral of th veterane of last year have
not gone into training) having Just re
turned frm Antwerp with the rowing
THICK P s SUCCESS.
PHILADELPHIA Oct. 2 Tha Uni
versity of Pennsylvania football team
outplayed Bucknell university on
Franklin tield here today a:id won on
a trick forward pass through center
by a score of " to 0 Bucknell liter
ally heat herself when Captain Joe
OStOfl fumbled the ball on his own
1'0-yard line and Jo. Strauss of Penn
sylvania fell on It. A few minutes
l iter Carl Thnm.K s?ot the hall from
Strauss and raced through a big hole
(or Pennsylvania's lone touchdown.
Strauss kicked goal.
CORNELL 18 W1XXFV.
ITHACA. N V.. Oct. -V Cornell de-
feated the University of ROdhester to
dov in the opening game of the Cor
nell football schedule. 13 to . The
visitors threw a scare into the Cornell
Isns by crossing their poal line in
the flrt Quarter, bul failed to ki k
the goal. In the second quarter.
Cornell scored touchdown and
gained a one-point lead by kicking tne
IOU BEATS I MM N V
BLOOM INGTON Indiana. Oct. 'i-
,v 1 defeated Indiana in the frst
Western conference game of the s-.,-son
hre today 14 to 7. Both team
used the forward pass in making their
scores Iowa In the second period and
Indians la the final period. Devme
made th counters for Iowa and RtSe
ly scored Indiana's touchdown,
I BR sk WINS
LINCOLN, Neb.. Oct. 3 - Nebraska
university football eleven had its first
real tryout tod;i when It defeated
Washburn ' ollege of Topeka bv ;i
score of 1 I to 0. Washburn played a
strong di-fcnsive game, but was weak
H K ::n mi s im
CAM BP IDOL. Mass, Qct. Har
vard; football team defeated Cniver
slty of Maine 41 to today, tearint:
through for five touchdowns and Sdd
Ing ix more points by two field goals,
one of thciri a cannonoall hot from
the thlrty-frve yard line by Hamilton.
The visitors never carried the ball be
yond their forty-five yard line, though
at times their defeiusc stiffened
M l. H E s (. .
NEW HAVEN, Conh., Oct. 2. Yale,
won an cms victory In its opening
game todav. defeating Carnegie Tcrii
4 1 to 0. The heavy Blue eleven
showed a strong defense against the
Pennsylvanlahs who did not threat r
the Vale goal line at any stage. Cirne
gle failed to make a fir.st down in the
game. They made mam costly iuin
blrs md v, err penalized heavih for
Offside play in the first half.
pkin ETOS 17 Bvtartbinore a
PPINCKTON. N. J.. Oct. 2. T i
Princeton football team opened Us
I season here today with a victory ovrj
the Svvarthmorc college eleven 17 tQ g
The llRcr.s had the advantagS
throughout the first three periods and
It was during that time that all tho
range and Black tallies were regis
tered. Displaying a strategic attack
In which old fashioned football was
combined with forward passes and
trick plays, the Princeton warriors
either rammed through the im,. or
circ led the ends for large cain.-, Pi I .
coupled with luck enabled them u
down their rivals from Swarthmore-
l ow ,v Kl )S.
CINCINNATI. The Cincinnati Beds
didn't lose the pennant on their last
1 western trip. They lost it earlier In
I tll season, so experts dope It out.
OL1 MPl PI RSE.
i PASADENA, Cfil. The offer ol
1600,000 for the staging of the 124
Olympic games is the biggest money
In sight nt present for the classic.
1 - .nfi
DAI h i hooTj.
COLUMBUS. "Lefty" Kimc Is back
at Ohld state to study law after wear
ing a Cleveland uniform He will re
turn to the Indians next spring
INVENTS A TWIN PISTON TO
INCREASE POWER OF
Oy lnternatlon.il News Service)
ATLANTA. Oa. Charles A. Snider.
01" Atlanta, has Invented an Improved
twin-piston cylinder for steam locomo- 1
Uves which lie expects to be a revolu
tionary character In future locomotive
Mr. Snider has an exhibit of his im
provement with the patent office In
Washington, and letters of patent are
A locomotive carrying four of these
improved twin cylinders, each con
trolled by one balanced double piston'
VSlve, should prove Hie most speedy
and powerful in the world for freight ,
servi.e. according to Mr Snider. 1
Greater power on less fuel was the in
ventor's design The invention win
produce 20 to 2S per cent more ipeed
jon locomotive, than they are now cap -'I
able ,,f developing the -.,mr .1 mount',
a double piston in each cylinder
controlled by i single valve, instead
of the present system of one piston
to ,( cylinder. U. t tu ns of Mr. Sni
der S invention. Ha bellflvei doubling
the number of pistons to a cylinder
will inereusc the power one-fourth. '
Heretofore It has been found imprac
ticable to use more than one piston
o :i cylinder.
I R Will RJU1 s s w 1
(uy Intern.itionjl News Service)
CARVER, Mass. The yield on some'
of the crgnberr bogs in this section
Is destined to be so light this season
that the harvest will fail to pay ex
penses, leading growers assert. With
the damp weather which has retarded I
picking and the early frosts the cost
or the luscious berrv Is hound lo go
MURPHY IS FIRST I
AT SAN JOAQUIN
Averages 97 Miles an Hour
Over New Mile-round
FRESNO. Calif. net : Jimmy 1
Murphy won the 200-mile S;in Joa-1
quJh automobile race here todaj and1
a purse of $5,000 Bddie O'Donnell
Was second, two lengths behind and
won $3,000 Tommy Milton was third
taking a purse of 11,600 Murphy'e
(time was two hours, four minutes and;
! Otheis finished in the following or-
Gaston Chevrolet, Joe Thomas and
tu,--, o'e 8s rlea
Murphy's average for the 200 miles
on the new mile board track was ntne
I ty -seven miles an hour. The fastest
I lnp of the race was driven by Ualph
de Palma at an average speed of 100
miles an hour.
The following Is :i IWt of cars and
their drivers in the 200 automobile
Tom Milton Chevrolet Special,
j Ralph de Pnlma Hallot
aston Chevrolet -Monroe
Bennett Hill Monroe.
Ed, O'Donnell Duesenbertf,
tioscoe Mries I tie-nr.o g.
Joe Thomas Duesenbcrg
I James Murphy Duesenbcrg
Cddle Hearne Revere.
BEES DROP ONE
Coyotes Truimpt for Fourth
Time Over Salt Lake
BAt KAMENTO. Oct 2. --The Bees
dropped another gume today, making
their fourth defeat in five gam -played.
The score today was 1 1 to V
I'.-omlev lost what little control he
had In the seventh, and Maum relieved
him with the bases full. Five runs
wer. shot across in thut inning, and
thr. e more In the eighth.
The Hees led off briskly in the fitst
Inning, making two runs on four hits.
The Coyotes tied it in their half The
fittb gave the Bees another two-run
b .,d The locals got one back In their
half and won hands down, in the e
enth and eighth.
About the only Joy the Bees had
today lay In the fait that t:arl Sheely
KJBOOked another home run, hi3 twttu
ty-nlnth of the season. He is now
only four behind Bunas Brief's! league,
record of thirty-throe. 1'ete Co in. p ton
also busted out a homer today.
Tony Faeth was none too steady, hut
I he vvms in no danger with the l;,eS
; offer) nc feeble opposition.
The series will close with i game
i at Stockton tomorrow forenoon and a
final game here in the afternoon.
DEW PI RANI EE S4 lETIl S
.( Ol i (11 tu sIM
i By 'nternatlon.il News '"ervle)
I BOSTON Here's an answer to the'
question, What are the temperance I
s" 1 ' ' I, ! '- sun .- (,i ohibition - ame
I in '"'
The i 'hurch Temper. hi, . society of
,the Bpiscopai church has gone out of
The Woman's Christian Temperance
ll'nlon is planning to turn Its fire on
other forms of Immorality
The Unitarian Temperance society
t will attack all social evils.
The Massachusetts Tot;il Abstinence
society has become Inactive.
Temperance societies in general have
lei up. No longer arc collections tak
en In the churches for temperance
The planet Neptune is farthest from
'the sun In our solar system.
In .some parts of Siberia most food
is soM in frozen state, mill; beinc
sold In long sticks nnd meat chopped
Many Favor Putting Game
Into Hands of High
CHICAGO, Oct 2. Soores of telo-
grams expressing approval of the plan
proposed yesterday bv four major
league baseball clubs to take control
of the gttme. professionally out of the
hands of fne men financially inter
SSted and place It under a tribunal of'
three disinterested persons were ro"
Calved today by President Willi , in
Veeck of the Chicago National league
Olub. Veeck. Charles A. Comlskey
Barney Dreyfus and J. J McQraw
we,,, the slgnerj of letters sent out
explaining the plan
S. B. Breadon, president of thr- Si
J-ouls National league club telegranhed
110 nad signed proposed Iasker plan
'and heartily approved." others who'
, telegraphed approval were.
Roger Bresnahan, president Toledo
American association club; George K.
Balden, president Minneapolis Atnei
i lean association club; C. T. Chapln.
president Rochester International
league club. J. Q Ryan, president
Peqrta Three- leaicue club. W. G
tides, president Mollue Three-I leanno
eiuti, and mans newspaper writers
and prominent sportsmen,
FOR N, y. TO
Fifth Avenue Hospital, Cover
ing Block Front, Will Be
Completed and Ready
; (By International News Service)
N'Kv lfORK At a dinner at the
Union League club Dr. Wiley E. Wood
bury director of the Hahnemann hos
pital, save a detailed description of
'h.' new Fifth avenue hospital, now
In course of construction In Fifth ave
nue, line Hundred and Fifth to One
UUrrdred and Sixth street. He ad
dressed the trustees of the Institution
physicians and friends who have as
sisted in financing the project
The new hospital will be completed
about July 1 next and will replace
the- Hahnemann hospital at Paru ae
nue and Sixty-seventh street, which
was incorporated In 1875 and ranks
:-s one Ol the Oldest Institutions of Ps
kind in New York.
t The new Fifth avenue hospital will
he unique In many respects and will
be ihe only hospital in the world with
' every room open to the light and air
(no wards) andwith a separate room,
with private bathroom attached for
..vn-v i, ,ll. .11? Th lmtnk ,ulll V.
nine stories high and will contain 3'ln
rooms, In addition to the offices, oper
ating rooms, etc. One-half of the bed
capacity will bp for the free and partly
free use of the publk
Dr. Woodbury, in the war period,
was a lieutenant-colonel in'the United
States army, i:i command of the first
hospital ,t Camp Fpton. L 1 In his
talk '"olonel Woodbu-y. who origin
ated the unusual features of the new
hospital, explained the innovations in
detail, the arrangements for the bet
ter care of t he patients, particularly
maternity and children's cases, and
the special service to physicians.
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PHILADELPHIA The lowly A:h-h-tlcs
have finally passed their goal.
The) have lost over 100 games. Bul
"onnie hopes to win that many next
MIM s riM.i H.
DANVILLE, Ky.. -Red" Weaver,
i all" American center In r?i9. has re
turned to Center college minus one
finger. He Is playing just as good us
TOUR TUESDAY I
Mayor Francis to Head Boosu I
ers Delegation Going I
to Logan 1
More than thirty automobiles cat- j
ryinK Ogden baseball boostera will 1
leave here hoitl ybefore noon next II
Tuesday for Logan where steps to form
the new baseball league with Ogclen.
Logan, Bmlthfleld, Wrlgham. Layton L
and Tremonton represented will V5
taken. Mayor Frank Francis of Cg- j
don will head the local delogatl 1 j
which will I a ve this city at 10.30 a.fc I
Representatives ( Layton in aut.
mobiles will arrive hre shortly befon
lull? unu ioe irij iu mr
Valley will be started with more than
4 0 cars In the parade.
WHO WILL GO.
The following local men have al- bbbbbbb
read signified their Intention of mo
toring to the Cache Valic city nnd iH
to aid in th boosting for the new . I
league: Manager Frank Scott of the
Ogden club. Charles Thurston, presi
dent of the ogden club. Ray Mai
shall, P. t Van Dyke, Carl LindqubU,
Prank Russell. E. T. Larson. C. E.
Clark, Arthur Stratton. Roy Wheeler, Wm
I awrence Collins. Charles Hoywood,
Jeorjre Flcwelline. Arthur Couch. i i
Mayor Frank Francis. Al Warden of
the Standard-Examiner and numerom I
Arriving at Brigham Cty the dele- j
gatlon representing the four cities of Ij
this section vvlll hold a luncheon at
the Box Elder Commercial club, aftr
Which the trip to Logan will be start
ed They nre scheduled to leave Brie- j
ham City at 1 o'clock, arriving al Lo- H M
gan at 3 o'clock.
City officials from Layton. Brigham.
Tremonton. toeether with scoreB of
boosters- of the national game, will be
on hand to start the ball rolling At
the league meeting the cities of the it
190 Wasatch league will each have I
two representatives on deck. mmm
BR It. HAM REPRESENTATIVES.
Brigharn will be represent ?d by W.
M B Davis und Joe Van. Layton will M
be represented by Verde Cook and E mW
0 Kiiik Manager Frank sj(.0tt and jl
Charles Thurston will be Ogden's top
resentatlves. Ernie FallenUne and A. !
I Flshburn will talk for the Tremonton
club. The men to represent the Smith- kfl
field and Logan clubs hate not been WM
Tin- .1 : 1 1 o m ol 1 1 1 e a frnni tlmsa tt,yir
cities will be decorated with various
banners boosting for the new orgunlza- muM
Wppj SEEK RATING.
At the meeting of the sixteen men.
representing the eight clubs, the plans H
for the ipji season will be worked oit.
The league will be organized under WW
organized baseball rules and a rating mu
of class D will be asked for from the
national baseball commission. Play
ing rules, salary limits, and other
business will be brought before the WM
meeting and settled. It Is hoped that H
the business of the new league will WW
all be completed during the stay in
the city. While the baseball re pre- W
sentatlvei are conferring on the new
league, the other boosters will be en-
terrain, u by city officials of Logan
and the Logan commercial club. -H
Downing May Referee
j Keller-Maxon Fight I
Hardy Downing. Salt Lake fight pro-
inioter will in all probability retaijee
the Keller-Maxon fight here next Wid
need ay evening at the Armory hall.,,
ATLANTA -PRO' TAKES
SOUTHERN GOLF TITLE
ATLANTA. Ga.. Oct. 2 J. Doul ii 'H
Edgar. Atlanta professional and twice
' anadian open champion, won the
I southern open golf championship it 'M
! the Eapt Lake club today His carJ M
I for the final round, was a To. giving H
I him a total for the seventy-two holes LB
Bobbv Jones. Atlanta amateur, fin
Ished second, with Jim Barnes, St. Wm
ILquIs. and Clarence Hackney. Rich- .M
I mlndi ' ,ii f,,:' 1 hlrd place.
Gala Boxing Card
FIRST BOUT 8:30 P. M. DI
Keller vs. Maxon if I
i AL YOUNG BILLIE JOHNSON ,
I 10 ROUNDS
I ARMORY HALL, WEDNESDAY, OCT. 6 I J
Tickets on sale at Hemenway &Moser's and DeWit Cigar Stores
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