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5jj SUNDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 17, 19ZC. - THE OGDEN 51 AlNQARu-t-AAivHiNiuj. 4 13 R
I Ogden A. A, Swamps
H Weber Normal Crew
lj Zri Fas GnW Battle
Veteran 'Roll Up Score 39 to 0 Against Lighter Oppon
ents; Watson's Men Display Class Galore Despite Handi
cap; Kilpatrick. Reberg, Glasmann, Irwin Star for
Ogden Players; Hickman and Wilcox Star
for Watson's Stars
W.bt-r Norm college foil before
the heavy battering ramn of the I Igden
Mxl Athletic association At Lorln Fur
slj park yesierdny afternoon In the sec-
Ond Karris of the Saturday twin bill,
bv : 39 to 0 core
tS3 Although th Webcriteg were out-
18 ! 'd during the entire ramc by the
bldei .nut eX perlenced opponents ihe;,
H '. ' displayed flashes of class ami should
4K -l-elop into pno h best ;;-
fat tons In the atste. ''ataon fi aggre
Ration played flashy ball during the
IH latter part of the game, and th tr
$H 'howinK considering th class of their
opponent, la regarded as marvloa
k The period In the contest uer out.
ten minutes, the gd.n High-Utah
Frnsh (tame being lata n starting
tin the first period Kilpatrick
crossed the goal llr.e for tne BrstL
score of the day alter accepting a ior-
v r i. J pnaa from dlSSIftann Kllpat!
rick meed forty carls through a broV.- :
on e)d after making the catch G-US- ,
nunn kicked sou). S'core Ogifti i
a Reberg registered the second touch-H
flown wrhsn he crossed the Hue In the!,
initial period by battering tnrougn the L
center of the Webs:' Hie for thirty,1
yards. Glasmn,i again kicked
Score Ogden i ft, "sber o. L
In the second period Kilpatrick (
axain broke loose' from he Weber de- .
fense after catching a forwnra pan j .
from Glasmann and raced thirty varauM
to a touchdown. '.jlmmann mrsfe'J L
goal Score Ugden 10, Weber U 1
Reberg accepted a forward pais iti
tliis period from Glasmann registering',
the final touchdown, after racing i
through a broken field for forty virus i .
Glaamann kicked goal. Score OgC Ml ,
V 27, Weber 0. ;
BtV i In the two final periods of the (layl
jhj the Ogden aggregation was held tO
IH two scores by the Waber t.nm. Ke-;
berg carried the oval through the c o. i
ter of the litre after a ki ;kofl for forrj'jl
BBS yards. Irwin wiggled through t.ie urn.-'I
Bj fur thirf v yaVds and the first core in j d
B9J the third period. Glasmann misled
P goal. if
L The final score of tho day was made j d
Wjfl ;iasmann when ho circled tho ena I E
HflJ for fifteen yards, placing the ball rr-' f
twecn the cross barn. He again railed '
nLH to kick goal Score Ogden 39. Weoer
The forward pass was workoil 10 i
jH perfection by tiie fast Ogden nggi 64 -
I OGDEN It. 1 TO
I MEET 'II' FROSH
Local Aggregation to Vie With
9-, Fast Crimson Team at Salt
Lake Next Saturday
jOKjfl Plans for a grid contest at Salt Lake
KjMi betw een the University of Utah Fresh -
'" '" ' men and the Ogden A. A. to te staged
j1M next Saturday' were completed yester-
SSml day afternoon The contest will oe
HBn staged at Cunimings field and will
H start at 3 o'clock with two flashy
H elevens In harness.
rHIm The Ogden A. A will present .the
jHWfil Mine eleven which played against the
' BkI Utah Aggies hero lust week together
MH with about seven other stars of the
sHB first order
tjTMB Coach Tlllle Olsen of the U" Troan
W has one of the classiest aggregations
uHH In the state and Is out to trim the
locals. His aggregation has regls
&sflcl tered Uctorle3 over the L. D, S . Vest
wM High and Ogden and Is out to add n
H few more scalps to their records, inev
trimmed the ogden high 34 to 7, Wos:
KgH High 14 to t' and L D. S 26 to
t tfBl The Ogden A. A has the following
TjjmD records thus far this season Ogdtn'
Boxelder u; Ogden 39. Weber u;
' gden 0, Utah Aggies 16
Captain Bill Glasmann will have his
warriors out for practice every' nigrw
during the coming week in an effort
h' , to get the locals into first class con
dition Wuth such stars as Andrew.
Kilpatrick, Watson. Douglas, Mohr
Reberg, Irwin Glasmann. O'Keefc and
others In togs the Ogdenites will in
vade 8alt Lake with pepper galore
. ad with victory as the real reason
: ; lj for their visit.
, ' v' f'i Officials of the game will he najned
V; I during the week.
MADISON. Oct. 16 Northwest' rn
university failed to keep Its Winning
pace and lost 7 to 7 today to Wiscon-1
eln. The Badgers played the Purple'
off their feel m the first half After
that, with some hiibstitutes in thf Wis
consin line the Northwestern players
kept their opponents scoreless.
Northwestern touchdown In thei
econd quarter came on a fluke play..
Rlffffi " W5LS ,lf,f"r Badgers had run up
their score that Northwestern, by
p.i.sse- h iid long . nd rune gol he ba 1 1
KffiB Into Cardinal territory for the first1
Hi Davei Wisconsin quarterback Inter-
MllfjBI 1 '-Pted a pass behind the Wisconsin
L pool but fumbled when tackled and
HjS Magn issen fell on the oval for the
f score of the visitors.
e lion during the entire game, erven
i passes being worked auccessf ul'v for
r large gains, four of this number re
- suiting In touchdowns
M VVY SI AKS
Reberg. Irwin, (ilasmann Kilp. -
rlck. Andrew and Wilkenson played
brilliant ball for the winners. Reoerg
was In eerv play and made gain alter
1 gain through the line of the Webentcs.
He played a consistent game and led
the baclcfleld stars In line plunging tor
' yardage. Irwin played a flashy game
" at halfback. (ilasmann play ed h;s ,
usual star gam and was especially;
I good on returning punts He howed
iA-1 class in handling his aggreg
Itlon Kilpatrick shows class galoie,
on handling forward passes and oui-J
I wltted the entire Weber team on two
I occasions during the contest. Andrew.
Wilkenson and the t ntir- A A agg. -
gotlon playod wonderful ball. Ogaen
mudc first down twenty-three times
during the game, while Weber reg:s- i
tered f!rsi down seven tlnis.
I Wilcox Halliday and Hlcktnan m
I the Weber bfbkfleld played star oan. j
j while Couch at renter showed a wot a.j I
I of class He relieved Hinckley 'and
showed wonderful form
I The llnup:
Ogden A. . G59) Weber Normal MM
O'Keefe le Williams
Bowen It Davis 1
I Reed lg Prhe
LR. Wilkenson . . c Hinckley j
I Watson rg .... Baltantyna
Andrew rt Parry
Kilpatrick re Barnes
I Glasmann qb .... Newman
Wilkenson . lh Hickman
i Reberg . . . Cb Wilcox!
I Irwin . . rh Halllday I
j Score by periods: 1 ?.
Ogden A. A I t 13 6 39 i
Weber Normal . . . 0 0 0 0 0J
The summary Oden scoring j
Touchdowns, Kilpatrick 2, Reberg z
Irwin, Giasinann. Goals after touch-1
down. Glasmann 2.
Substitutions Ogden Hulmstonj
for O'Keefe. O'Keefe for Andrew. An
drew for O'Keefe. Weber Hill for
Barnes. Walkins for Halllday, Cou h
for Hinckley, Barnes for Hill, Hinck- j
ley for Couch.
Officials Peterson, rereree Ti.
( lusmann. umpire; A. Glasmann, head- I
linesman. Time df periods 10 min-utea
11 lll li G
Second Place in Endurance
Run Goes to Arab: Army
CAMP DEVENS. Mass.. Oct 16
'Mile. Denlse. grade thoroughbred
mare owned by the army remount ser
vice and ridden oy Majur Stariley
I Koch, of the general staff wus de
clared ih winner today of the 300
1 mile equine endurance test, tho ob
Uect of which was to detUi mine the
I typo of horse best suited for the a -Jalry
service Hustem Be . full blood
ed Arab, was awarded second plac -;.
and Bunkie, stable mate, of Mile. ri
nlse and of the same breed, was third.
The awards today followed close b
loervatlon by the judges of the oond.-.
1 1 Ion of the horses which finished vs
I terday the fiv e-day run of 300 miles
from Fort Ethan Allen. Vt bnly 10
I of the 27 starters finished the list
The finding look into account sped,
icondltion and economy of fcd con
sumntlon In proportions respectively
,of 40, 50 and 10 per cent Mile. Ie
inlse and Bunkie had led all other
j horses in their net time over the longi
I course They set the pace for three
jdnya and followed fast behind the
! Arabs Crabbei and Hustem Bey. in the
record breaking pact of the iast two
I In the weight and gait tests today
j which supplemented observations of'
itho run. Rustem Bey was found to be
In perfect condition, bringing the Arab
I to a high place in tho standing, but thi,
rmy mounts of cross breed stood up!
so well that first and thud honors
MICHIGAN AGGIE DEFENSE
ANN ARBOR. Mich.. Oct l. The
defense of the Michigan Aggies which i
held Michigan's football team to one
touchdown in the first half of today's'
game crumbled in the la-t half and1
the Wolverines smashed the farmer!
line for a 35 to 0 victory. The five)
touchdowns resulted fiom straight!
LAFAYETTE LOSl g
PHILADELPHIA. Oct. 16 Ability
to follow the ball enabled the Univer
sity of f'ennsylvanla to drf(nt:i La
Payette college today bv a score Of 7
'iK W N BLANKS COLGATE.
PROVIDENCE, R. I.. Oct. 16,--Brown
won from Colgate this after
noon 14 to p, pushing oei the touch
downs in i h e first and second periods
Loganites Win Flashy Game
From Miners 27 3 in
. . Spei ia' 1 usuatch. 1
LOGAN, Ocf. 16. AlthouKh the
Otah Aggies made first down but ten
i times hire today in the contest against
(he Colorado School of Mines the.
I clearly outclasaed the visitors in all
departments of the game. Colorado
rdade first down 1 i times. The contest
I nd d 27 to 3 fOC tt Aggies
'ui weighed 15 pounds to th man,
ih VgKte entered the conteal confi
dnt of m. tor, tnrl easily outclassed
i he t'oloradoans throughout the xarn.
In the first perlo1 )',. Hansen
rhced V0 yards throuxh a broken
field for the first score i-f tM rnatim
Worley missed goal Score: Aggies
1 i olorado o.
In the second period lh- fliltqr
made first down on four straight oc
casiona iut lost tbe hail tu the Aggies
on a fumble, Conroj! recwerlrrg v
forward paas, Falck to Dorious. netted
the Aggi.-s their second scoreof the
afternoon Dorloua ran ,40 yards for
this score Worlev kicked goal ScOfC
Aggies 13. (.olorado 0.
THIRD PERIOD SCORELESS
Neltner aggregation was able fo
score In the third period in the
lourth frame the AgKies came back
and added 14 counters. .Morgan Mc
Caj Ol I gden bruko throjgh tne Colo
rado line and blocKid a jjick. which
was recovered ly Anderson With a
clear field Anderson scored the third
touchdown. Worley again kicked
Jordan fum,bled the ball for Colo
rado alter the klckoff alter this play,
Conroy again I recovering for tht
On sualglu line .-mashes the Aggies
worked the ball to the ten-yard line,'
PalCM flashing through the Miners'
line for the final score of the day for
the Aggies. Worley kicked goal.
Score. Utah '7. Colorado 0
In the last five minutes Of play .
Cflach Lowell Romny sent in seven
reserves, Colorado working the ball
to the Aggie SO-yard llne from which
position Hunte made their only score
of the game He bunted thV ovut
through the cross bars for three
points The contest ended with the.
ball in possession of the Aggies on
the '"olorado twelve-yard line.
Falck, Worley, .vnderson, .McKay.
Conroy and Dorious were the bright
stars lor the Agglca, while Dunte. Gib
bons and Mitchell were the stars for
the visitors. Falck. McKay and Con
roy are all ogden men.
Colorado (3) I lah Aggies 27i
Mitchell le . . Dorious
McOlone It . Anderson!
8eberini lg McKay I
Hvland . m Humm
Houssels rg Hlntzc
Olmjons rt . . Worley (Capt)
Llnderholm "... re... Conrov
Jordan qb Falck
llark . .Ih. A Hart
. Fhey rh. . . P. Hansen
Husklns fb Erickson
I Score by periods.
i 12 3 4
Coloiado Mines .... 0 n u 3 3
1 L'lah Aggies 6 7 0 14 11
, Scoring Aggies; Touchdowns
Hansen. Lorious noVrson. Falck
Goals after touchdown Worley 3
olorado scoring. Field goal Bunte'
Substitutions. L'tah Sutton for
Hlntze; BJlif for p. Hansen; Perry
for Conroy: Conroy for Falck. Bowen
for Anderson; Nelson for Dorious
Helnau for Hart Colorado Junto.
for Hoskins; Peali for Jordan; Robin
son for Glard: Davis for FaUev; Las
kowltz for Llnderholm; Van'Fesh for
Laskowitz Parkinson for Housseck
Clough for Segerlnl.
Penalties Ltah Aggies 20. Colo
First downs Colorado u, rtah
"fflcials Marshall. Colorado Ag
gies, referee. Hall. Oregon Aggies um
pire; Kerr Utah, head linesman
Time of periods, 16 minutes.
At Manhattan, Kan.. Kansas Aggies
7. Gmporifi Normal 7
At State College. Pa.' Penn State1
II.- North Carolina 0.
At Mlddlelown. Conn . Wcsleyan 3,,
Now York University 13
At Rrunswick. N J. Rutgers 19, 1
At Grand Forks. N D. North Da-1
kota 6. South Dakota State college, 3.'
At Butte, Mont Montana State col-1
lege. 7 School of Mines ti
At Dallas, Texas; Oklahoma. A. M. '
0; I'nlverslay of Texas 21.
At Washington Pa. Washington and ;
Jefferson 13; Geneva 0.
At Danville. K : Centre bb. Tran-'
At Cleveland: Case 7, Kenyon 7.
At New Vork: Columbia 80; Am
At Annapolis Navy 7. Bucknell 2.1
At LtSWlSton, Me : Colby 13! Bates 0.1
At Indianapolis Butler 7f., Wil
At Morgantown, V Vu. Oeorge1
Washington 0. West Virginia 81.
At Wa-shlngton: Georgetown 28,
V est Virginia Wesleyan 7..
t Washington: Catholic uniraiiy
1 ; Muhlenburg 6.
At Baltimore: Johns Hopkins 0;
At Bwarthmore, Pa Swarthmore 7 1
At Seattle; Montana IS. Washing-1
At Helena: South Dukota School
of Mines 27; Mount St. Charles I
Since the end of the World War,
13.10" honiM have feen rebuilt n
France, 178.600 repaired and 46.67 0 I
other homes in use temporarily. I
FLAG IN MINORS
,St. Paul Loses Championship
By Fluke Homer in Sec
j ST. PALL. Minn.. Oct. 16 Defeat
ing thn SI I'aui team of tht Ameri
can association 1 10 0 In a hard-fought
Igame. the Baltimore International club
jcapturod today th minor league base
ball championship A fluke honit- inn
was the only tally.
Today s vi tory gave the Urioles five
j wins In six games. The contest was
a pitching duel between Fritz 'oumb
Ihe Saints' caflv southpaw and Jack
Ogden. dee of th- Internatlpnal leagu
1 bach allowed fr scattered hlt.-. it
was In the Second Inning, with two out.
that ShortSOp Mirlii. in Kfdnr for th
hall, fell and it rolled to deep center
for a home run, slthough th thru
tO the plate b) Berghajhmer, w ho re
ceived the ball from RlggSrjt, made the
decision close. ,
Score; R H E.
Baltimore . a I oa0--l 0 5
St. Paul 000 000 000 0 5 '0
Batteries Ogden and Kgnn: Coum
be and Hargrare
IN FINAL PERIOD
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo..
Oct 16 Colorado college defeat
ed the University of Utah fooi
j hall team hero todav bv a score n
of 20 to 2, all .of the scoring com
ir.K Hi 'Ioj la. si period shoemaker
,' Colorado college halfback ran
sixty yards through the visitors'
line for the first touchdown. Mo- j
Tavist! made the other (wo touch
downs A s;fe?y gave l'tah its I
Utah Position 'olorado CQllSge
Gilmer ie . .l . MaoTavlsh
1 Hurd It Linger
Mark lg Brumfleld
Hancock 2 Walss
Decker rg . . Blckmore
Swan . rt McKenzle'
I 'rouse . ... r Brlggs
Smith . . qb Jackson!
L're Hit. Ball
Oswald rhb .. . Shoemaker
Ferguson.. fb E MucTavish I
Refereee Coney, Crowley, Denver;
I I'mpire Prune Wesl Point: Head
linesman Rgtotren. Drake.
Substitutes- l tah; I Clark for Ji
Y 'Murk Evans for Decker: Romnej
'for Smlth-i Watkitri for Oprwald and i
'Gardner for Ferguson
Colorado. Mai MeDougal for L. Muc
Tavish; Lesher for Blckmore, Don Mc
Iougal for Ball: McMillan for Shoe-'
.maker and Now bold for h UaoTavlSh.
OHIO STATE CAPTURES
HARD GAME WITH PURDUE ;
COLL'MBCS, Ohio. Oct 16. Ohio!
State won Its first western conference
game of 1920 today defeating Purdue I
University it to The Buckeye sol-1
ived the inui h-vuunted "Boilermakers'
shift In the f.it period und led by a
clever flftelhi-yard pass crossed Pur-J
due's goal two mlnoles before the pe-1
riod ended hlo state's other touch-
Idown In the fourth quarter was pre-i
ceded' by an aerial attack
Purdue at limes fought the Buckeye
to a standstill but lacked lhepufljsh
jto climax their efforts. In the second
i period Watson of Purdue. Intercepted
a forward pass on thlo'S l.'i-van! line
and ond runs and bucifB curried the
'Boilermakers' lo Minus four-yard
line where they eere unsuccessful In
innking their last downs.
Ohio 7 0 3 T 171
Purdue o u 0 0 0
INDIANA FORWARD PASSES
GIVE MINNESOTA DEFEAT
MINNEAPOLIS. Minn, tjet 1.
Minnesota slipped down another,
rung on the "big ten" football cham-.
plonship ladder today when Indiana
forward passed her way to 21 to 7 vlc
tory over the Gophers.
A driving attack produced, by Min
nesota at the outset brought the
games first touchdown. Indiana tied
ihe count and Jumped into the lead
In the second period
Forward passes made possible the
Hoosler touchdowns with Fullback
Kyle running rampant.
Score bv periods.
Minnesota 7 0 0 0 7 1
Indiana 7 -7 7 0 21 !
WILLIAMS PROVES EASY
BEFORE HARVARD ATTACK j
CAMBRIDGE Mass. uct. 16.
Harvard had itttie difficulty In roiling
up five touchdowns and a field goal
against wiiiiarns today, winning as to
u The visitors held the Crimson w.-ll
in hand in the first period and cu
rled the bail to Howard's 4 5 -yard line
For the remainder of the game. Will
lams' offense was never within 5fi
jards of the goal.
CHICAGO BEATS WABASH
IN PLAYFUL 'CONTEST'
CHICAGO, Met lt CJllCUgO had
an easy time with Wabash today, Win
ning 41 to 0. The Maroons used 2S
Pluyers and apparently were able to
score al will. Wabaf played a fast
i"ic but was outweighed and out
classed and never gol the bull past.
Chicago's -10-yard line. 'ole Chicago
half, ran 7u-vards to mak; one of ihe
Ogden Hi Defeated j
; By Utah Freshmen
In Classy Battle
Tigers Lead at Half Way Station With 7 to 0 Score; Utah
I Corries Back in Final Periods and Swamps Locals;
Paetsch, Norton and Thomas Star for Tigers; Hall
and Mitchell Twinkle for Utah Dinglings
Football fansvof Ogden v i e treat -1
ed to iwo fast grid l.atilet at
1-onii Pari park yesterday afternoon,
despite the condition of the field and
j the weather conditions In the initial
IDitin'ee the L'tah Freshmen swanped
Ihe Ogden HlKh r hyul .devu, S4 to 7,
j while tha Ogden a. a blanked the
Weber Normal college. 3U io 0.
i In the opening Opntcat the Tigers
obtained th.-ir fir.M ;."d only score of
ih- game in ih. (lre perfod when
Norton iftovered .1 fumble on the five
yard Une and rolled ovi i ih( goal lln-,
GdOdeh kicked goal Score ' vden 7.
I'nring the remaining minutes of
Play in the lnltlul period tha l'tah
stars hammered the Itn.- of ihe locals
tor consistent gains cm, have ihe
tigers hold when the hall was In
dangerous terntorv Punts were ex
changed time and again In 'he firs'
period the two elevens j ting the
o' al nine time in this spasm.
In the second period end runs Uv
H.ii and Hagan of the c ' aggre
gation were features On three oc
casions Hall broke Ihroiizh tne Oir
den line foi loni.- suns, tlagan on
two occasions made - ns.i lonal run.-,
tor lunp nlns The half ended with
the ball in igden s possession on the
, I- rOsh twenty-yard line
The half .-nded with the s.-oro 7 to
0 In favor of Ogden. During the first
tW0 periods, PaetSCp, Smith, Thomas
aid r 1'ox.y were the brixht star.-,
; Cor the Tigers.
i In the third period the Utah ag-'
KieK:ition started Ihe period bv hilling
the line of the Tigers, consistent gains
oeing made through the line bj Taufer
Hall and tlagen. win. the ball on the
twenty-yard lino a forward pass from
raul i netted Hje Freshmen thor first
touchdown Hall missed goal hcore
Ogden 7, Utah Kreshles C
; A second forward pass worked sue
cesnfullv n thl. atr ,1Mrl (jf (hj3 u-
1 od. Taufer to Mitchell, netted the
visitors another touchdown, Mitchell
racing 35 wards through broken
field Hall kicked goJ Score: Ogden
The Uilrd period ended with tht ball
I In Ogden a possession on the I tab.
The op. nii.K ,,f the final period
, found both aggregations o,, their toes
.MLfc,,. -C(,re( (hf. ,hlriJ lMUl,h, ,own
for the v isitors in this period when he
waltz., around left end for -lit varda
crossing the goal lint after dodging1
six Ogden tacklers. Taufer kicked
goal, Score. Utah .'0. Ogden 7.
OGDEN TEAM TO I
Drive for Funds for 1921
Season to Be Started
During Week ,
Representatives of the Ogd.m bOKe-l
ball club will start their initial "rlvo
for funds for the 1921 baseball team!
during the present week, at i Oram,
to Information givn out bv Man.mei
The committee in charge of the raw.
trig of funds will consist ot Frank1
faott I" H. Thorstensen. George
Thorstensen, Carl Llndquist and two I
other men yet to be named. j
It is the plan of those In charge:
to raie JL',500 for the baseball club
which will represent this dt during
the season in the new league,
whh h will be formed at Brighain on
Manager Frank Scotl in losing no I
time in selecting his players for the
r.tl season, although the i.ew 'eague ,
as yet has not been formed. He has
several first rate stars in the fold und I
will give Ogden one of the classiest
aggregations that ever represented the'
city, according to some of Ihe live
The other clubs In 'he circurt ave '
also outlining plans for the 1921 cam-1
palgn The player llmlr salary limit
and other rules and regulations foi the
new league Will be mapped oul at the'
meeting of the league officials No-;
WASHINGTON AND LEE
I'KjXCtTi X. N J., Oct. 16. Prime-1
ton overwhelmed the Washington and.
Lee football eleven today by the score
of 3 1 to 0. The visitors were never'
dangerous ;ind Princeton scored In ev -!
ery period 'oach Roper sent In nine
teen substitutes during the play,
i 'haves and Lourlc starred for Prince-J
ton, thf former making two touch-'
low lis I
.MEVADA FIGHTS GAMELY
AGAINST CALIFORNIA "U"
BKKKKHHV Col. 6ol. 16. The
University of C?allforniu football team i
defeated the University of Nevada to-1
dny here by a score of 7y to 7. James;
tiradshaw. Xevadn's quarterback was
the Individual itar of th- gam and I
made possible Nevada's onlv scorlnK 1
Hagan and Taufer registered the
final ton. hdow ns for the visitors by
hitting the line The contest ended
with the ball In possession of the Tig
ers on Utahs -lO-yard llne.
PAETSCH BIG STAR
For Ogden, Thomas at quarterback
was one of tho bright star- His open
field running was engineered with
great ability while his end runs vre
also of Ihe A-l type. Paetsch at tackle
was the bright star of the Tiger eleven.
Time and again he busted through the
Utah line and downed his man, throw
ing him for a loss. He was In everv
plO and looma as one of the beat men
on the Tiger aggregation His work
y ester da1 stamps him as one of th
bets In the state and If ho can but
repeal hln performance in future
'ame? he will land c. position on the
all-star .earn with ease Flsmnr
Smith, playing his first game, was
one of the bright stars of the malinec
He is shifty, fast and a ,ure tackier
bnd Is n flrsi rate addition to the Tig
Tomin Norton playing riirht end for
the 'llgers raa in tl' game from the
lap of the gong until the final whistle
,i w.i mo ('"ch minng ar.n tost
work thai w on i igden a touchdow n,
in the third period the midget inter
cepled a forward pass and raced 50
irda before' being downed bv the op
position. Taufer bZagen, Hall. Mitchell and
leppson were the bright llrhis for
.igden i7i "rj" Freshmen (S'4)
,''arr' le leppson
Poetech It ..... . . Dunham
Hvlund 1r . ... . Hurren
T DoXey o. . . . Papworth
Sm,,-1 rg Harvev
llln rt. . Marthakls
Norton re Mll hell
Thomas (Jb I.illie
L Dotsy Ih . . ;. ... Taufer
A,"" rh Hall
Oooden fb Hagen
Score by periods
t ' 12 3 4
i tah Freshmen 0 o 13 21 34
gden High ... 7 0 0 0 7
Ogden scoring Touchdowns Nor
ton. Goal after touchdown -Gooden
ltah Freshmen. Touchdowns
.Mitchell 2. Hagen. Hall. Taufer G.vils
after touchdown Hall 3. Taufer l
Substitutions: Ogden Cnx for
QUlnn I tah Clifford for Hatren
Hagen fo. Clifford, Smith for Dun
ham Officials Peterson, referee Olsen
nmplre. Glasmann. head llnesma 11!
Time of periods, If. minutes
Three Clubs of League to Be
In New League to Be
Formed Nov. 16
Mcmlxrs of ihe 1920 Cache Vallev
league w II hold a meeting M Logan
during the present week at which tlm,
the league will be reorganized accord
tog to word received here last night
from that city. Three clubs Hlch
mond. Preston and Wellsville are'
scheduled to drop out of the circuit
the final action to be taken at the
Three clubs. Logan, f'mlthfield and'
I ewlston will be In the limelight ac
cording to the pi. .us from the northern
end of the state with Ogden, Brigham
and Tremonton on the south end of
The franc hin.-s now neld by the
three clubs who will be dropped from
tho league v. ill be taken over b-J the
clubs In this circuit.
Although no definite action has been
taken as yet by representatives of ihel
' n.len. Trcmonlon and HrlKhjim CitJ
Segregations fheve thre, clubs have
started plans for the 1021 campaign
and will bo on deck at Ihe meeting at
B.r liarn on ovombrr 16 at which
tim ii'it (.'.ins, for the league will be
officers for the league together with
directors and oth r representatives will
bC i) im-d .it th. Brigham meeting af
i which complete plans bv the learns
La h.- represented will be made. Two!
representatives of each of the clubs to I
be In the 121 fray will bo on deck I
when the Brigham meeting Is called to
SYRACUSE TO 7-7 TIE
SYRACUSE. N. Y. Oct- 16 Syra
I us and Pittsburg fought to a 7 lu ;
tie here today.
IMttsburK scored its touchdown Cgrly
Ifl the first quarter, Hewitt, th Pari
J . ' i fullbadk being pygbed over the
line for thesl.x points after fumbles bv
Syracuse hal KlveM pjtt the bali clou
to the Syracuse goal Unc- Davles kick
Syracuse evened the count In the
third quarter when Gullck. tackle
scooped up a fumble by Anderson und
raced over for a touchdown Abbott
The game was played in a heavy
FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS Whitie Seemed lo Convince Tag. " ' Bv
paawel( tKBSr' fs- - uo au. aic a Wnuv avtPI fill f""""- S i f
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TO BE REVIVED
Harbertson to Meet Many E,
Stars Here Durinn Coming m
Season. Says Promoter B
.igden wil be to som"
ciasa mat contests, during the coming H
winter months lococding 10 K: Peter- H
son, who his leased the Armory and H
who plan to stagt some nify shows I
for the fans Peterson an eye wit- H
ness at tne recent Keller-Maxon scraj
staged here and Is one of the ardent
boosters for the boxing and wrestllnK H
omniliwon which has hern SUggeSt- H
dd here by Ihe (ana and followers of H
The mO,tch for the year will be H
staged the Armory November
according to Peterson, with H.ir'oert- B
son signed to meet either Bull Mon- H
tana, Nick Davlscourt, or some other
to the big list H
Peterson plans to stage rnat contest
at the Armory every two weeks. He P
especially anxious to that the con- H
,Usts arc of the highest order and ha" H
urged .Mayor Frank ProncJa and the H
commission to name a boxing and H
Wrestling commission in or.lei that th- K
Frame-up'" and the like H
which have been fostered in all part.-'
of the country will he a thing of the Wp
past u is said if the present plans oi H
the commissi.,,, H
Mayor Frank Francis and the com H
missloners will no take final oCf LLLLL
Uon on this phase durli hi present b
Idaho and, other states of the union H
have like commissions and If any kind
f an athletic contest singed which H
not on the lH
arc depri ed of their the gate
and barred from further competition LH
Hull .Montana, who in all prob f
ability oppose Harbertson In the ml H
tlal clash of the season is one of the H
best mat men the game. Hp bos JH
been associated with Doug Falrbalcn iH
.for more than three and
the In the i
Davlscourt also one of (he beat ' Ll
men in the game. Jack Taylor, PeseV
Santel and other noted stars will algfl L
; be brought here for matches, w hich 1 H
w ill insure the fans of first class con- ; H
according to Peterson; L
With the final action of the Its I H
commission with regard to the com LH
mission plan, It hopedhat a
tllion of the affair at the armory here H
on October 6 will be out of the queS
Hon In the future, The fans are tmj
good clean sport ami that Is what H
should have. With the ball started for IH
a commission plan of operation, ill lf
, sports of the pity 'are craving for good
BREMEN -RAISES FUND t
TO BUILD AIR TERMINAL
j BREMEN. M,t 1-; Eleven mil- i
I lion mark! have i.eeh subscribedfor t
the estabjishmenl of an air port here f
I on a huge scale with an extensive H
aerodrome, custom house, hangars r- jp
palring shops, signalling dpparatfjfis jf
and every improvement to facilitate
International aerial navigation. Thft LH
i will place Bremen In a far hotter po- H
sltlon than Fiamburg which ha;; not H
: exhibited the same interest in avia- assH
SEARCH FOR GOLD IN I
! ATLANTIC PROVES FIZZLE I
LONDON, uct 16. H. M. S. Racer.
the admiralty salvage ship has con- tk
i eluded her operations for ihls year In L
connection with the recovery of bul L
lion from the auxiliary cruiser Lauren- L
tic, mined In 1917, on' her way to
America with gold ingots. Result- H
have been disappointing and lit tin
m i.i ii recovered. Operations will he
i resumed next spring. H
Plans Airplane I
Dash lor Pole H
LONDON An airplane dash to 'he
South Pole' This Is the goal of
lohu L. Cope, who la the head of, 'H
a party which is now en route to
the Aniarciii to make a SUrvgy loi
the British Imperia Antai'ctlc Ex
edition following which Cope will tm
enter on a five-year push into lite tm
land of Ico lo the south. It is
planned to bring ihe expedition to
8 climax with n ahplaue dash for
All former service disabled through
wounds or diseases, are to be placed
within a yeur In hospitals owned an j
controlled by the government.
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tion. ihe Croix de Guerre, was in
lituted as a mortal for the World,
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