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l2' THE". QGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER WEDNESDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 24, LI
I OGDEN GRIODERS
READY FOR TURKEY
DAY GRID CLASSIC!
Both Teams to Complete Practice This Evening for Contest
at Lorin Farr Park Tomorrow Afternoon Fast Play
Expected Dope Sheet Shows Teams to
Be Equal In Ability.
IUgdens greatest gridiron treat will
be staffed at I.orin 'l-'arr park tomor
row afternofT, when the faxt Unlvcr--.it
v of Wvomlng grldder vie with
"the i.ig.len Athletic asS" latlon stars.
In B conteal which gives promise of
being Hi' greatest ever staged In this
neck of the woods The kickoff la
slated for 2:30 o'elock sharp
coach John Corbett and his cow
iio will ' uniph te their training at
Salt Lake toda) for the ''it battle and
will arrhe here early tomorrow prlltu i
for the ganie of their careers. The
Cormei ' star has one i tin best
and claestesi grid .machines in the
RocklCB and i!" the locals are BUI
cessful in defeating the visitors, they
will be on a pat with the winner of
the L'tah-Agfcle Mii'i' at Salt Lake
Iast Saturday the Cowboys battled
the Crimson warrlon to a")-0 tie in
..ne of the ft rca I CSt game B ever staged
iiq the gridiron at Salt lake Wvo-
minis losl three wonderful chances i"
soie during Hie game and but for
Displays, would, no doubt. have de
feated the Crimson stara by a largt
During the season they have met
and defeated five of the strongest
teams of the conference and have
met defeat iut twice besides playing
a tic with the I'tahns
They conclude tlw-n s.isum lure to
morrow, which in the opinion of
Coach Corbett has been a six r ssful
Ione from all angles.
The last two games played by the
gden A. a. stars have demonstrated
that they have one of the best and
greatest independent teams in the
United States. Their record for the
season is wonderful considering tho
handicaps that befall an eleven ol
Blich a nature.
Bill Qlosmann, former Ogden htgh
school star, and one of the best grhl
r dors ever developed In the state, is
J captain of the eleven. Glasmann will
I hold down the quarterback position
I in the contest tomorrow. He Is fast,
I beady and a wonderful opci: field
I runner, besides betnc a punter of abil-
proii mm t p.
i Although Coach A. L. Glasmann
I I would not announce his lineup for the
I big game, u la probable thai Glen
li Dee, B. Glasmenn, Crokston anil
1 E. Wilkenson will Stan In the back-
field. Glen Dee, former Aggie star,
has been playing wonderful I, all mm
the locals during the season, and
will hold down the ! fi halfback po
sition lie is a spi ed in. rctiam of the
first ordr. a shift) runner and a i Us er
all around player
Wllkenson will hold down the other
, halfback position, lb has played con-
sistent ball during the entire isoi
and is expected u. show t. advant
age in the big conti 1 1
Jn the fullback poMtion Burns
Crookston. former all -conference mm
In the Rockies, win bold down tnat
place on the eleven Crookston Is a
line plunger of ability, a forward paS
er second to none ever seen in the en
tire country, and an all around player
He is expecti d lo be oik of thi big
stars of tin matinee.
The end" will be taken care of b
Krwln u'Keefe. Kilnatrick and ,iti--dry.
These four men rank with the
best nds in the state, and, win, no
doubt ...use plenty of opposition to
the Wyoming Kicks who attempt to
plrcr tiie ends for gains.
Two former a 1! -conference tackles
will hohl sway on the line in stol
, and Twitohell. These two men, both
rormer ARgles, liave been playing won
derful ball during the season and .are
hi edge for a struggle tomorrow Dur
ing tiie season, both of these men have
been factors in the winning of games
They should lie main springs on the
line in the tilt tomorrow.
"Dug" Douglas, former Crimson
star, and also a former all-conference
man. will hold down one of the guard
positions. Douglas is rated as one of
tho greatest men ever developed at
tii'- Crimson lair, anil is expected to
-how Ins old tlme class ulr n the bell
Reed, D. WtlkehsOn, and BagJey are.
ibt Other men Who will perform on
the hit Bagle) will start the mat-!
ine the center position He was
ali-state Interscholastlc center in
To the quarterback falls the respon-
Blblilty of putting Ills team through;
their paces, of seeing holes white the
, player can romp through for their
ai'doge, and. in fact, chances of scor-.
lng are to a great extent dependable
I upon the man in charge known as I
i the general of the eleven.
"ln Cilasmaim the totals iiave one of!
the best men ever developed in thlg
j section and : man who has ability
galore as a grid star. i in the OthCI .
I nand, tin- cowboys also have a man,
I of i las In Sampson. There is no ques
tion but what these men will direct a
kicking game until thej get in 'the
. in my territory, after which they will,;
i no doubt, open up with both barrels.
; There Is w In if Judgment w ill count
Taking both elevens from wing to
Wttig and one back to the Other, the i
' comparison is about even, which WOuld
I denote the fact that it will be "some
Layman, Frllsl, ISuciianan, WllSoni
and Sunpson. are the lug stars on th :
Wyoming elevfeu.p These men have
carried il- bulk of attack for their
eleven during the season, and will be
; the men looked upofl to turn the trick
tomorrow afternoon. Eighteen men
i will lie In unie. When the whistle.
I sounds wearing the colors of the XVi ti
ming grid stars CoSCll Coiliell will
gic all of his linn a i;hance In the,
Uontcs: but will use his ins: men dur
ing the i fit. re game, changing when
I only when necessary.
I Hegevvahl aifd W lul lenbi acker at
i ml rite with tiie lust hi the Itoek-
lea ami arc said to be wonderful on
defensive play, The) will start at
tin end positions agulltSI the locals, i
i in Buchanan, the Cowboys have, one
of the beet t.ukii-s in the conference!
'but in" will, no doUbt, haVe his hands
I full when he bucks up against the ( g
; den line.
This i on test should be the greatest
game ever played on the local lot ami
record-breaking crowd Is expected
1 to be on deck when the whistle sounds
Don't forget the lime, the place
and the classic of the .season. Tb.
teams will probably start the contest
With the following lineup:
yomlpg "V" i igdi u a . a
ii. gewald le Kl)patrtk
iXcff . . .It Tw in-hell
Tucker ig Evans
Long c .1 Bag-ley !
Alers rg . Douglas
Buchanan rt Mohr
Wlttenbracker. . . re Erwin I
Simpson (cj - - i ... Glasmann
La? man lhb Deo
Pits! fb 'rookst on
I Erb VVllkei in
ICapSsins Express Their Views
M . 4 m ..
Leaders Confident of Victory
IBV BILL (.LASM.WV
Ogden Atlllctlc A-Klatloii
Out men are ill primed for the
greatest gann i ( the season and from,
present Indications the contest, will no
doubt lie nip and tuck throughout.
Coach Corbett s men are reported toi
represent otic of the best elevens In
the Borky Mountain conference and aj
victory for our aggregation over suchj
a team v.ou'.d mean added honors for;
US. Wo have heen w orking bard of I
l it. in preparation for the contest and
expect to be returned victors.
We will present our strongest line
up against the Cowboys and have sev
eral new plays tor use when the game
gets under way. With Glenn Dee.Burna
crookston and l- VVllkenson in the
backfield, I am confident that our ag
gregation v. ill be aide to hold their
own with the visitors
Our line will rank with the best
in the western country. From wing
to wing our line Will average about
175. while Uie lino of the Cowboys, I
M!i Informed, will average about the
same. If anything their backfield will
outweigh ours slightly.
If we are successful in the Thursday
game we will clash with the fast
' ilympiC club aggregation at San
Francisco for the national indopendent
grid championship Christmas day.
Your support Ik needed at the big
game and if it Is follicomlng it will be
, in aid in perfecting victory for the Og-
i ''.en A. A. Be on deck
I BASEBALL STARS TO
PERFORM IN SHOW
FOJCT WORTH. Tex.. Nov. 24. j
With Tils Speaker. Leslie Nunamakeri
and Boger Hornsby. major league,
baseball -tars nharing honors with
ifloncho busters and trick ropers from.
i over 'in I'nited States, Fort
Worth's tall wild west" show opened
here today- Speaker and Nunamakeri
i. due to arrive from west Texal,
t re :hev have been hunting for ten
ilac.s. Hornsby is already here.
H fc UU
GRID CLASSIC IS
HALTED BY DIRECTOR
CHICAGO. Nov. 24. The battle for
lata prep school football championship,
Chicago between w burs and Bawi e
.-- schools, was called off today by
tfl C, DslaportB, supervisor of high
'.niool athletics, because, he said. thCi
bav on the two teams reduced their
ssVicht bv lurklsh baths in order not
to exceed the scholASlic weight rules.
Bl I ' I I n SIMPSON
l uivcrslt of oming
The I'nivetoilv of Wyoming Krnl
ders wilj enter the contest against the
Ogdep Athletic Association's fast elev
en at Lorin Farr park. Thursda,
primed for the hardest contest they
l.ae experienced during the season.
We are awire of tin- strength of the
local f lub ,-md an out to hand then) a
trimming. However, we expect to stack
up against one of the best oiled ma
chines m the west when the whtstle
In our workouts at the University f
Utah during the past few days, we
have been Informed that the Ogden
players were stars of the flrqt order.
'and We have lost no time In completing
'and perfecthiK our plavs for the con-
Coach John Corbett of our team baa
been putting the men through fast
liars dnrlifg tin past few ilavs. and
is confident of victotv. i)n the other
iliand, as captain of the team. I expect
a hard game, with the result undeter
mined until the final whistle.
Dee, Crookston, Twitch ell Mohr and
Douglas, former college stars . nre
rated as the best ever developed In this
section and If vou .vili listen to me,
they are players. The Qgden team
deserves the support of the fans. They
are putting the city on thf map uitii
such an eleven, and deserve your support.
NOTRE DAME SEEKS
CONTEST WITH OHIO
SOUTH BEND, Ind., Nov. 25
Coach K. Bochne of the Notre Dame
football team toda; signified his will
ingness for the Notre Dame team to
meet i ililo Stall in a post season game
at Chicago to determine the Western
football championship. Rockne said
'he had received an offer from a pro
I motor for such a gume.
NEW VuUK. Nss 24. Work of
ranking the lawn tennis players in
this country has been begun by the
ranking committee of the United
Slates I-awn Tennis association which
will make Its report at a meeting of
the executive committee here I ecem
I ber 11.
JACKSONVILLE. HI. Nov.
Jimmy Kord of Milwaukee knocked
out Jimmy Lewis of San Francisco
i In the third ound of a scheduled ten
round lpul at Boardstown, tonight.
HIND ONE OF THE GRIDIRON PALMS
10 COACH OENNIE OWEN
H il v SNYDER, I
Avhlle handing tho palms around to
undefeated and championship football
teams, pass one to the Oklahoma Soon-j
era one of the half-dozen most flashy
elevens out this year.
champions of the Missouri Valley
Conference! STronger. in all depart
ments than the Klin' Nobi-aska teani(
that Invaded the eaSt, thS iklahomana
on a basis of comparative scores seenn
fitted to share largely in the 1929
The line averages 190 pounds from
end to end and the backfield ,178,
giving the team an average of 1S6.
Coach Ben Owen, the southwest's
mi. -ai'in- d wonder mentor, has devel
oped his heavywgigjhtS Into a team
that for pouei speed and ability to
use the overhead Kanie with the best,
passliiK teams In t h business. Is the
equal if not the superior of an;, team
produced west of the Mississippi in tht
NVIu ,sk a s I. Ik team that beat R lit -jgers
and lo.st lo I'enn Stale. 20 to 0,
Impn used the easi by its Rlz.e.
SOON l . U III I I .
Oklahoma hits as much beef as the
Copnhuskera plus speed and the ad
iantage of havinc been cii ground
ed in l tie famed Oweii stvle of play.
W hile Petoi State, conceded bj many
to ie tii best team In the east, wan
beaten i" the .Niimnkans by three
touchdowns and couple of goals. k
lahdmn v.. is walking over Kansas 21
to '.' Tno yooners permitted the Jay-1
hawkers tb make bin I v. o first downs'
in the vvhob- game, though Kansas iia-ij
one of the best teams if has
had in years A week later Kansas
tied Nc braska :' to Jti .
I I N SI I I N
If comparative scorea kim a satls
laclnrv an-vvei. in this case they prove
that Oklahoma ai d Pertn stale would
be might) evenly matciied.
They would also prove ;h,,t (jkla-
hoina "would be likely defeat -Ke-
I. past. a bv as large ; score as Notre
Daihc did early In the season That
score was 1 to 7.
Nebraska was within a few feet of a
touchdown against Benin State and
played feezdek'a prldesfto a standstill!
during 'In- entire first half Superior
speed :hI ibe of the forward pase.
resulted in Peirui state's final tri- I
I i;s i Hi ST ML
Oklahoma has i..en famed for sey-1
oral years foi its high development
of tb' aerial attack.. In addition, in,
I'hil White, the SobnerS have a punt-;
er, paSser ami runner, weighing 1961
pounds, whb Is far supfirlor to any,
back the Cornnuskera boast of.
Last vr n Oklahoma lied Nebraska
and Nebraska e assistant coach, al
ter seeing toe 1'ejlii 8tute game pro-;
claimed the Sooners tiie best team
ever turned o'n bv liehnle Owen.
CONS1&71 I N I TCfK.
hte averaged 1 yards for 13
punts against Kansa.s m the auie tliat
virtually won for the Sooners the Val
lev Conference tjtle the first year th y
appeared as members. He showed
HERE ARE MEN
TO PASS UPON
Following are tin officials who will
iiav direct charge of tiie big Thanks
giving day gridiron battle to In- staged
at Lorin Fori Park tomorrow after
noon betWeeil tin Ogden Athletic As
sociation and tin University of Wyo
ming Cow bos -
i Lcferee, willo rd Ashton, Jniversl
t of Utah.
Empire Sam Oleson, i nlverslty of
ReadlineSman Malcolm Vvutson,
Utah Ar C
Timer -I loiuet Uu istensen
The kickoff is slated for 2:30
Spci in I streetcar service for the Lug
..ih " has be'e'n secured by 'he officials
Of the local club i ars will lenve
tb. ilow n towp district for the grid field
at 1:16 p m antl every ten minutes
1 1 t. aft. r according to Valter Elllng
son. trafln manager of the U I C
Join in the crowd!
JACKSON MADE OUT
AND OUT CONFESSION
CHICAGO, Nov 2 a - Joe Jac kson,
Chicago Whit' Sox outfielder, made a
clean cut out and out confession to
the Cook county grand Jury that he
threw games in the 1919 world series
Mnt in received 96,000 in cash
for i brovvlng them, officials of the
states attorney's office said tonight
when informed he had denied confess
u u ga'lIU throwing for which he
i now is under Indictment
"Jackson's testimony was nialc un
der oath before the grand Jnrv." said
Judge. Charles a. UacDonald, who had
charge of the jur. if he denies that
testimony when he is brought to trial,
he will tie guilty of perjury "
Other officials confirmed previous
.versions of Jackson's testimony In
v hich hi i b alitged I o ha ve aaid he
Was promise. l $0i000 for throwing
games, but received only $5,000
SAN FRANCISCO. Nov. 2-t. Lieu
1. I, h i Commander Jonas n Ingram.)
football coach at the Annapolis Na
Yal aiademv from 1910 to 19)2, hasl
le 11 enRaged to BSSlSl in COa lung t he I
University of California team for the
game California expects to play'
agifinst an eastern eleven, probably!
Ohio State, at Pasadena. Cal., New
v.-. 11- das Commander Ingram ie '
flag lieutenant of the Pacific fleet audi
1 oaCh of the fleet football team
DAW SON IKPROl BS
DENVER, Colo. Nov. 24 EYedj
Dawson, former football coach of the
i in.i rsltv of I'olumbln. in New York.'
, wiio came t,, COlqrado lor his healthi
I last winter, has almst completely rf--1
covered he said, yesterday while In
a luief visit in lienver Dawson has
, been living on the white river ranch. I
near Montrose. He i well known in
I eastern footliall circles.
SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 24 John
Peaek Greece, defeated Paul Mai 1
I tinson. of iimaha. N'eh , In a wrestling
iiijicti hers tonight in straight falls. I
1'enek secured the first in 40 min-j
' utes. thirty seconds with a double
headlock. and the second In fourteen
minutes, fifty-five seconds on an armi
11,1 ( I InW ( BT VLV.
ICWA CITY, Iowa. Nov. 24. Au
Devine,. the University of Iowa's
football star, was elected captain of
'be 121 Rawkeye football team at
a meeting here last night.
1'0V J HASKELL
Here's a niui of tin $turd kia
homs eleven on which the grid spot
light Ifi foi USCfi mi BCCOI I 11 - g 1 pfl i
-how in- in ih,- Misaoirrl V'allcj Cou
rerCllCC Hill, swank anil While.
compose powcrfnl bn 1. Held,
vi hit b ha- been whirling ii - waj
through opposing line- i:,,v s, H
i tin' big Sis-pound tackle who la
being mentioned as a strong mi Vmei
loan caudldAte. Deacon guard weighs
ti! pound-. Hamm 1- the jliu
giant pivot man Haskell K a flwl
rare ability to smash the line, run
the ends from th- triple threat posi
tion, and to Intercept as well us shoot
long forward passes.
iianked by Swale k and f Jill, two
a I -. v 1 -I he-average plunging hacks, and
protected by a heavy, aggressive line
that has played under the Inspirit-
OGDEN A. A. HAS
GALORE ON FIELD
1 The Mgdeii Athletic Association
...is;s the "'ii. dependent grid ma
chine between tin Mississippi River
and the Pacific Coast. This season
the local organization ls fostering its
first gridiron machine' and thus far
the team lias been more than success-
I fill The scores for the season are as
Ogden A. a 0 Utah Aggies 10.
Ogden A A. 43. Box Klilcr 0.
Ugden A. A 39. W'eber Normal "
I Ogden A. A. 21. Utah Aggie Frosh 9.
I Ogden A. A 7, Utah Freshmen 13.
j Ogden A A lOj Utah Fresrimen 0.
Totals iigden 120. Opponents 3S 1
; tin the dope sheet the locals have .111
even break with the fast Wyoming ag-!
jgregation in their game Thursday and
unless the wise ones miss their cuess it
Lwlll be some contest.
NEBRASKA CITY. Neb.. Nov 2 4.
Clarence Ecklund. holder of the light
: heavyweight mat title won OVl 1 Billy
Kdwards of Nebraska City here to-
night after one of the most gruelling
contests seen in the west recentlv Cck
lund won the first fall at the end of
j two hours and twenty minutes with an
I arm lock Kdwards won the second
on the same hold in three minutes audi
! ten seconds and the same maneuver 1
I won the last for Kcklund in 34 mln
utes and ten seconds
IKAPPF TO PliAT.
NKW inRK, Nov 24:--B J Ben
jamin, business manager foi Willie
Hoppe, world's champion billiard 1st,
announced today he had deposited
$1 Olio as a guarantee of kooiJ faith in
Hoppe's denlre to play a championship
match with Bdouard Roremans 1 :
Horenians recently announced he
would not be able to pi a Hoppe tint 11
after the first of next year.
. on 1
CHICAGO, Nov 24. Morton L.
Schwartz, turfman, has sold Audacious
and Knfielade, his two star racers, to
Mrs. Louise Viau, owner of the For
eign stable, it was announced today
It was reported 550,000 each was the
LOS A NO ELKS Cal Nov. 24.
Billy McCann of Cleveland. Ohio, and
Phil Salvador of Lo kngeles; boxed
,1 four-iound draw at Vernon arena)
here t 0nlff)i1 Tliey mM 1 3 S pounds.
tlon of Rdy Sumo.- one of the best
tackles ever produced in tho west
Whits figured prominently in the Kan
Has iame. as lie has done in other
h ading up to it
SMOOI STAN DS oi l
And lie re's a word for Smoot, the
2 1 I - pound low -built tackle, lie com
pares favorably with Tolbert of Har
vard th giant guard, whose place
be has taken on the 'wen machine.
'oily a miracle of disaster will pre-
I vent Oklahoma from finishing the sea
son without a defeat, as her remaining
I games are with elevens that have been
handily beaten by teams the Sooners
have run over decisively
Speaking of post -season games I hat
would prove something abOUl the rel
ative! merits of sectional champions, a
: tournament between such teams as
I Oklahoma, Penn State, and Notre
i Danv would make some mighty In
teresting footballing. x
mi. : vH:-
L. - Jl- lliwiilnfeaifiiil!iHi ffitf Jiiafi'Qfla; i'ihui wwiiiuLrilf!
The bovs who wear the gloves audi
Bide round in limousines
At swell hotels they all put up.
For boxing gets the beans
How you goin' to keep 'em down
on the farm when most anybody can
open a bank account after an hour'sj
exercise in the ring?
It's out of date for promoters to i
name the purses any more. The right-,
ers have gobbled up that concession.
From bantams to heavies they're
all killing the fatted goose
now long wouia ou nave 10 go 10
Harvard or Yale in order to learn
something you could do to knock down
$1.",000 In a single evening0 Willie
Jackson got thot much for knocking
down Eddie Fitzslmmons the other
evening and earned every nlckle of it.
Johnny Kllbane is probably about
the wealthiest bird in tho business.
He'll never die hi the poor house un
less an earthquake swallows up his
1300,000 worth of real estate
Richie Mitchell can bai k up any
thing be wants to talk about with at
Pete Herman could cash a check
for $125.i'iO if you gave him time to
get to ills safetv deposit vault
Mtlke Gibbons rolled up a hundred
thou' before he quil Now lie's getting
$50,000 per year telling us how he did.
Benny Leonard has earned over!
$200,000 with his fists.
Jack Brltton has a nest egg that's
worth at least a quarter of u million. I
Low Tendler in Just old enough to!
oie but ho lives in a swell homo In
Phllly besides owning a shirt and col
lai shop w hich he doesn't ha e in ad
vertise Lew could dig up $15". 000 in
ash if an emergency popped up that
Joe Lv neh and Jack Sharkey are
amoug the $100,000 ring gentry
Mike O'Dowd doesn't wear storo
clothes, although he Isn't so much of a
pkile as the other boys.
Jimmy Wilde caine over to see the
sights and picked up $75,000 in scraps
Carpentier gave Battling Leyinsky a
little push. The Jersey promoters' said
the incident was worth $50.00i in I
change to them and planked down.
Dsjmpsej w ill make his ml- -$300,-
I in .1 ' ft minutes when tiny find
a place big enough to collect it in.
I We suggest the Yale bowl.)
So why in the world does anybody
with common sense want to be one of
thoSa horrid pugilists?
BV ALL M BANS;
WHAT'S Till BIG IDEA;
Football is full of licks that is
A team that goes on repeating a set j
of plays that don't advance the ball Is
doing dull thinking.
Head work gave Wisconsin a victory!
over the previously unbeaten Illinois
When the battle started Illinois W0S
the. favorite Tho field was soft and
Slippery, The Badgers were hopclsalyl
outplayed In the flfltt half.
Then along rolled the BIO IEEA.
The Wisconsin coach figured it out
that speed was what his team lacked
to give it punch Between halves he
hud his men change their heavy mud-;
soaked Shoes for lighter foot-gear-Tin
men then showed a reversal of
form and when the whistle blew illi-1
nois had been humbled by a 11 lo a
An IDKA will do the business every
NKW rORK. Nov 24. Pete Her
man, world's bantamweight champion,
will meet Jimmy Wilde the British
flyweight in London on January" 14.
s'amuel Goldman, Herman's manager,
announced here today. The American
boxer and his manager will sail for
England on December 11.
COWBOYS ARE I
Coach Corbett Gives Newsy
Detail Regarding Stars
of Wyoming "U"
MOUNTAIN TIME IS I
DESIGNATED AT BOISE
Sportsmanship Is a big feature in
anv kind of an athletic battle, nnrt H
that phase Is one which has been ham-
mered into the players on the l nlvers-.
hv ot Wv ou-iinc, grid machine. i h
Cowboys will meet the fast t.'gdcn A.
A grbiders In their final g.nne of thO
season here tomorrow, the ocntest be-
ing scheduled for 2:30 o'clock sharp.
"The University of Wyoming grid-
iron machine w hich will be seen In ac-
lion agalnSt the ogden A. A. team lo-
morrow Is known as the fighting cow- ff
bovs and they bail from Laramie. V
said h Corbetl The M
C.owbovs are noted throughout the en- H
tire RbCky Mountain conference for H
their clean playing and their "never"
give up spirit. This season they have
a particularly strong aggregation and
have aireaiiv defeated such teams as
I i. , University. Colorado School of
Miins, N'ebra-skn Wcsleyjn. and hold
tie games with the Colorado I'nlverslty
and with the Rah Culvers. tv tetmis. H
The Colorado Aggies managed lo get PJJ
away with the eleventh hour pass and H
take home the b.icon wltli a score of ffl
7-t.i. Thin self-same aggregation de- ffl
tented the t'tah Aggies 21-0. Colorado
College, runners up for the conference
title, barely oozed out a 20-17 victory
after a (piestionable ruling bj a single rJ
eyed o f f icial - sj
STRONG LINE H
"The Wyoming line averages about
17o pounds and t he backfield a little PJJ
less than 160 pounds. The team offers ffa
a versatile form of attack belngfequal-,, JH
j strong on straight football and th sH
d method 6f attack Their de
fense la also good and team that de A
. . some M
footbal On tin- 111,1 ire
1 1 men ffi
ptn in, of the eleven 1 1 M
football mi an eastern prep scliool be- fH
fore entering Wyoming He is speedy,
hi oiv and an aii-around athlete. Lay-
num. halfback, is the best bet on the
Wyoming learn, a wonderful punier
and a man hard to stop.
"Wilson at quarterback Is the prob
lem of strategy of the Cowboy team.
He pulls the lever that advances the
machine and is a strong rushing back. m
1 i;i-. jti one on w
Beconoar) defense, a good punterj drop
the line. Barnes at halfback Is a fast
open field runner a good general and IH
a Strong punter IH
BOSTON l l l GE STAR.
"Madden, former star of the Boston
College aggregation, and a man who
ueed to hit the Yale and Harvard
Hues, will hold down one of the half-
bak posliious. He Is the fastest dodg- tmm
lng back in t lie west.
" Whittenbaker. end and tackle, is a RSB
tall rangy end and is especially good hB
on defensive piny, iiegenwald is a sure PHj
tackier and holds down the other end
position. He 1 lated as one of the
best etuis in th - conference Xeff is HH
a tat kle of ability. Tucker ami Alers
wiil hold down tiie guard positions.
Long at center is a sure passer and a
brainy line man. Buchanan, tackle.
men in the Co,
lb 1 playing his fourth year at the iLr
o . 1 .11 md Is a to er of strength. ,
s ol .. .. 1 ' , I.. f Se
this section and will in all probability
be given a chance to show his vvaers
against the Athletic Association. We
have ,i first class aggregation and may
the best team win."
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PUNTING ILL I
FEATURE GIL I
Ogden and Wyoming Both
Have Classy Booters: In
terest Centers on Result
There is every indication thot the BaH
Turkey day conrest at Lorin 1'arr be
tween tho fast 1 igden Athletic Awocla- BIV
fion ri'l machine and the University KhK
of Wv e. -veil vv ill di vr loii into WWm
Witnessed on the local gridiron. Both
Jlciims are well fortified with punters.
In Bill Glasmann the Ogdenltes 1 vo , jr
ione of the best .Iron kit and placo
I kickers in the Rockies, while Layman
I of v the Cowboys '.s also a star of tho
first older Layman has earned a
reputation in the Rockies as the
greatest kicker in th; conference, that
is as f.n as field goals are concerned
Coach A. L. i;i,uint;inn of the A. A.
aggregation Is placing a great deal of
confidence I lis aud espei lally
in ids kickers. In B Glasmann,
Twltchell, Mohr and Douglas th. A A.
stars have four of the greatest griddcrs
that ever wore the togs In tho western H
country. All are frrst rate kickers ami
will average better than 55 yards at
Layman has rightly and justly
earned n wonderful reputation as a H
kicker 1 n the other hand Bill GlaS- fifl
matin demonstrated his ability when HH
he booled tiie ov;i between the cross LjlH
bars from th,. forty-five yard line in
the Armistice day contest. No matter
w hat way you look at it. vou are going ibBB
to see some brilliant kicking toinor- iH
row from these men. iSH
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V AIT UN
NEW HAVEN, loni . x "4 M
Walcolmb P Mdrich of rail niver
Mass.. tonight was elected captain of M
the Yale football team for 1921. Nor- lM
ris i:. Gaddcse of Washington, DC 7
was elected manager. H
FOOTBALL - 1
University of WyomingVs. Ogden Athletic Ciub 1 1
Thanksgiving, 2130 p.m., Lorin Farr Park 1 1
General Admission $1.O0 - Auto Stalls S1.00 I
STUDENTS WITH ATHLETIC CARDS, 50 CENTS J jUj