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10 - -11 OGUIN STAiNDAKD-fcXAMlNLR lUbSL?AY fc.Vfc.INlNC, INUVLMHhK Si), rj-'i. ( H
II All-Stars Will
Mjc Mfi Ogden
j A. A. Gridders
Weber and Ogden Players lo Do Battle Against Flashy
Aggregation of Athletic Association; Contest Will
Be Staged Saturday Afternoon at Lorin
Farr Park; KickofT at 2:30 p. m.
I During the fifty-one yonrs In which
IvIliR ootb.ill hns cnterUilnetl the tol
rivrers of the Bport, mythical elevens
,u. never been assembled for tn?
purpose of showing their wares
. si not in this section of Ihe United
Si itea With the weather mail promls1
,m. mir weather during the present
. with prospects bright for a
di iterful day the coming Saturday
i i igenients were completed yester
day for a gridiron battle for Ogdenl
fans which will no doubt go down in,
... .iy iii thl8 section oi the United.
Slates. . . 1
The secret is out. The All-City grid
lachine selected a few weeks ago by
Che Standard-Examiner will lock horns
w.l.i the fast team of gridders which
have represented the Ojjdcn a. a on
i ;ir field during the season, and from
the r.ew garnered from the Weber
and Ogdon camps, the A A. stars will
have I heir bands full
n should be a battle from start t..
:i .ii d will t.-nd lo show the true
i erit-i an all-star elc-ven. Four
VVebei men will be seen in action and
v veh igden lligli men.
I .I.I A ISN - I Ks.
Weber will be represented by Hlck
n in, Ljlndsay, Price and Davis. The
Tlgcrj will be represented by Alleib
Children. L. Doxcy, Paetsch, Thomas,
Skcen and T. Doxey The All-Stars
Mill li.-.eup as follows Allen. Ogden,
and Hickman, Weber, ends; Davis,
Weber, and Paetsch, Ogden, tackles;!
(Criudscn, Ogden. and vricc. Weber,
guards: lJ Doxey, Ogden, center;,
Thomas, Ogden, quarterback; Lindsay,
Weber, left halfback; Skeen, Ogden,
eight halfback, and T l'u. '-.l n
.. h i lie stara ..I II ted hi 1 i
ness the Ogden A. A. players will no
loniit have tbelr bands full. The A A.
stars will start the contest with
O'Kcefc Erwln :il ends. Twltchell
and Mohr tai klesj Douglas and Smith
guards; Bagley center. Glasmann
quarterback: Dee left halfback, Peter
son right halfback, and Wllkenson
Ibis contest will end the grid sen
son In igileii and should be replete
I with classy plays. Hoth the a a
and tin- Ml-Stors will present several
new play for the coming contest and
should be able lo hand the fans a
real treat in the way of first class
With weather conditions prevailing
the battle will start at :.':.' o'clock
Officials for the contest will be named
lining the present week. However. Il
expected that Lbn Roniney and
VJ ilcolm Watson will handle tin- reins
in this battle.
.:m. II VRD.
The Ogden A A players :uh work
ing; hard in preparation ( this bat
tle .in.i also in preparation for the
i ontes; wl(h the San PranclSCO lm
plc club, which is banging fire. This
gn.me win i n all probability be stageii
:ii Berkeley Christmas dny, nccordinr,
lo wont received bore from the coasl
practice lor Hie All-Slnrs will be
held during the week. The players on
this eleven are out to hand the A. A.
stars .- battle and from Indications
gathered in their camp, they win be
on deck throughout the entire game,
attempting to romp home with the
Qonsldf i ii le interest has been nian!
fested over this contest and i record
crowd w ill ' no doubt be on deck to
witness the nffalr.
lyr By AL VARDEN Hj
I Four Utah men have been awarded!
places on the Rocky Mountain Con
ference griil machine, selected for the
alt Iike Iriegram by Clem Crowley,
Denver gridiron official, Al th Aggie
lair Low Falck and Clyde Worley wo i
places while Harvey Hancock and Mac
Swan at the Crimson school were vic
tors for places on the mythical el n.
Falck was named in L910 by Crow
ley and was chosen thin year ovi
Smith of the University of Utah due
to his experience, Worley was chow
to fill in one of tin guard positions
while Swan was chosen through hl
ability to open holes at the tackle po
sition. Hancock wen ihe plvol honors
on the team.
Wyming received one man on one
Denver selection in Layman. He dis
played his class agalnct the Ogden A.
A warriors and no doubt won the
honors through hard work
Crowley, himself a former star, i
regarded as one of the be si bets In
this section of the country at officiat
ing Vin Conroy not only paved Ihe way
or the victory for thr Navj over thej
Army last Saturday at New York City,
but ho also paved the way for history
in the hall of fame. The former Tiger
star has been mentioned by i tern
papers as possible All -American um
ber due to his showing.
Lee Richards, former teammate of,
Conroy's at the Tiger lair, played but
five minutes of the big game. Ho held
down the fullback position.
The Utah Athletic club of Salt Lake
has negotiated with the Ogden A A.
stars for hoop contests during th
coming season. 13. A White is man-,
ager of the Salt Lake club.
Robert Martin, western dish liCi
champion, has entered th? 4 mile Jaunt
8Ct for New Year's day at Pasadena.
Martin won the event la9t season. Two
other Utahns Ted Johnson and Mel
Krecbairn will also take part in this
The East High Leopards, recentlj
defeated t8 to 0 by the HSveretl high
school, will tangle with the fast Lo
gan high school aggregation at L gan
Krlday in the final gnrnc ol the sea-Bon-
The contest will decide the gtal
Basketball practice has started with
pi'itrer galore In the colleges of C"
state- Coach Tommy Pitspatrlck al
the University of L'tkh is one of the
mentors who pSn UOthlhg but a
title for his men in this art. Fits had
a snappy assicpation last sea-on.
S.d Spencer, former Salt Uakc high
school hoopstcr, and on" of the best
'..-t; at the Aggi' lair. . expected tO
bf the bright Star f'r ill northern
aggregation, acc ording to coach Pick
C lixch Stubby Teterson of the i gden
lil'i school will build his hoop team
around KnuOson, all-state center In
1020. Knudson is our of the best hoop
men In this section f.f the country and
should be a big aid to the Tigers in
their waxed floor efforts.
N'ow for the Indoor sport. From
present indications, Utah will have
more than 100 hoop teams In harness
during the coming season.
The class scries at the igdr-n high
sr bool started today. Seniors were
scheduled to meet the sophs while tho
Juniors and Freshmen were to ttt.-.gle
in the other contest.
WITH THE BOXERS
ATLANTA Oa.. Nov. 2$. Jack
Brltton, welterweight Champion of the
world, was awarded the referee's de
cision at the end of a ien round bout
lieri- tonight with Jack Abel. Atlanta
welterweight. Abo! was knocked down
In the third, but continued fighting
NEW YORK, johnny Dundee an I
Wallls Jackson New York light
weights, fought flften roumls to u
i draw here tonight The judge dis
agreed ami the referee made the de
cision. PHILADELPHIA, Nov. 29. Andy
( Young," Cnahey of Baltimore, defeat-
ii i.'ene Delmoni of Memphis in a
tame eight round bout last night.
TO Dl FEND TITLE
F YORK Nov. 29. Joe Stecher.
, world heavyweight eatch-as-catch-can
I wrestling champion w ill .defend his
litle here against Ed Stranpcr Ltewil
I Of, Ban Jose. CrU , on December l 3 r
jwas announced tonight The match
will be decided b one fall.
I Boxing and Wrestling Fans 1
I of Ogden
I j BOXING
Is Due For a Mew Life In Ogden
When the Wasatch Club opens its doors in the permanent
1 arena being installed in the Eagles' Building, watch for the best
I weekly cards the west ever offered Watch them every Thurs
I clay night and you will become a club booster. Fast, clean, hot
i ly contested battles between the best material Utah and the west
Bond of $1000 has been placed with the city to insure that
I the fans will get full value for their money.
j I A license for one year has been procured at a cost of $600,
I More than $6000 is being spent in constructing the perma
I nent arena. Drop in and look it over at the Eagles' Club.
I 8 The most reasonable prices ever offered in the west. Ring-
j a side $1.50. 1200 goods seats $1. Make your weekly reserva-
I tions early.
J. R. DOWTNING, Club Owner
The Post Mortem Is Now in Order By Wood Cowan!
f I'M GLAD ?S "nL '
nreprr Ere VVS ONE . HE" J TO VNfcAP THF EAfcTH
I NEYnL TOULOED lAt lM "TteNfr'.G - TO PlCti THE"
DOPE ONCE- V4lNNIrH(r TEAM IkLTHE
X h- y ' COMFEteKCE. HE AS tut
o MOST COM TTlAfe-W CUSS T J
WHITE SOX BUY
EARL SHEELEY OF
j SALT LAKE BEES
CIIICAQO, Nov. ;t0. T!ip t'hl
cagu amerlcaiia lodaj purchased
Bar Sheefey, first baseman with
the Ball Lake City clnb, who led
thr Pacific Coast league in batting
last season witii an avoragrc of
j .3.:: Shecley connected with 32
j home runs and 5.T eloubles. In ad
dition to ;i rash consideration,
Byrd Lynn, catcher, and Ted
Jourdan, first basemen were given
t Salt Lake In the deal.
ENGLAND MAY GET
FIGHT IN SPRING
NEW YORK. Nov. 30 -7-111 thr event
that no suitable place can be found in
ihis 1 luntrj to hold tii Forthcoming
bea s v isht boxing champioiuhlp
' bout between Jack Dempsey, world a
champion, and Geort s Carpentler, Eu-
I ropoan holder, the contest may be
: staged in England, il was leported here
, Neither Tex niekard. one of the trio
of promoters, nor Jack Kearns, Dempr
Bey'S manager, would admit that ne
gotiations had been started to hold the
eontesi fhro.101. but Kearns said Drnip
pey s Formerly expressed antipathy to
suing outside Ihe I nlted mics had
; virtually been overcome
The proposition to shift the fight
abroad was s..id to have ben prompt
ed bs coldnesa exhibited 63 members
! of the New York str.f- boxing commis
sion towardq holding it In this state.
' it frae admitted thai Charles J. Coch
ran, the English promoter, is tentative
ly negotiating for a rile In England
for tnc l-r.iit :n plaee plaiis for Molding
the. bout In this country fail.
WELLING SUSPENDED FCR
SHOWING WITH TENDLER
I I LWAl' K KVT, Wis Nov. 30 Joe
Welling, Cliic;ig"- bpxer, was es;er
Idaj suspended from fighting in Wis
consin for one year by the state box
ling commission after Referee Walter
Houlehen and other witnesses testified
that Welling had made no efforl to do
hla best in a recent bout here with
Tendlei Tommy Welsh. Weii-
ng"S malinger, admitted Ihul his pro
trjr,. bad made poor showing, bttt
ascribed f.nlnro lo get him to s 1 up
to an injured hand, s.-ibl Lo have been
jsuffered by Welling in an early round.
; DEMPSEY IS SPARRING
WITH NEW YORK BANTAM
NEW STORK, Nov. 30. Jack Demp
pey, World's heavyweight boxing cham
Ipion; Is acting as sparring partner to
! Jack Sharkey, local bantamweight, in
preparation for the laller's bout here
next Thursday with Joe Lynch.
Dompses has il.o commenced daily
workouts lor his bout with Bill Bren
nan here oil December 14.
ENGLISH BOXER MEETS
JIM FLYNN TONIGHT
I SEATTLE, Wash, Nov. 30. Boy
McCormlck, winner of th Lord Ions-,
n ilo belt In England, and Jim Flynn.
tormoi contender for the -worlds
heavyweight championship, are to
nieet In 0 four round bout at an
American Legion boxing show tonight
McCormlck announced last nikrht he
hd been matched to meet Battling
Levlnsky at Portland some time next
I SEVEN FORWARD PASSES
IN ROW MAKE RECORD
MARIETTA. O.. Nov.. 30 Don
I Whiting, Marietta college football star,
completed seven consecutive forward
l passes for seven straight flrnt downs
and a game with Boston college No
vember 20, and it Is believed to be a
world'! record, it was announced here
TURKS FREEZE TO DEATH.
CONSTANTINOPLE. Nov 1 The
Armenians have recaptured Kara afti
I defeating the Kainal forces, according
! to the Armenian newspapesr The iat
I ter lost severely owing to lack of
transport and the wintry weather. One
I newspaper s.r.s that 7000 Turks were
, n to death A new armistice un-
der more CavorabU conditions was
I signed on November 13.
IVJSORO lA'NCIll l)
I MIAMI. Kla.. No. 30. J. B. Harris,
u 19-year-old negro, was lynched by
la, mob today near Princeton, follow
I Infr an alleged :iltack upon a white
T'he 1020 folball scores
; Am' down within the book.
And basketball will take the stage
1 As football gels the hook.
1 The gridiron gamr has switched about.
Its not the same at all.
The forward-passer of today
Would star in basketball.
A football will stand just so much
I kicking arid that extends over six
I er seven weeks
The season is like track, baseball
and other forms of exercise. WhOU
: ydu gel it you got it and after Thanks
i giving it's over.
! We've learned a few lessons thai
K some of ihe schools h.O'
For instance. Tale has learned 'hat
HANCOCK WILL j
Star Center Chosen to Captain
1921 University of Utah
SALT LAKE, Nov. 80. HaVvav
Hancock win pilot the 1021 University!
,'of Utah football team The popular
.center was unanimously chosen cap?!
ilaln yesterday afternoon, when the'
I gridders donned the moie: !;ins for llie l
1 last time as a body. The official photo-1
graph was taken.
In selecting Hancock as captain, one
of the best Crimson performers has
bppn chosen to lead the varsity Along I
.with Mac Swan, Hancock was placed
(on the AU-ROcky Mountain conference
team by Clem Cdwley, football expert,!
who regarded Hancock as the best
Center by far in the Rocky Mountain,
j Hancock Is a consistent plaer. His I
passing has always been accurate. I
while his work on the defense ,;nd of
fense has gained th recognition of
I everyone. The speptacular manner in J
Which Hancock has broken through
i the opposing line, on his defense
throwing the backs for a loss before
the play had started and knocking al
defensive back out of the way on the'
offensive has been noticed In every,
game In which Hancock has played
in every battle except the contest
jagainst Wyoming, Hancock played.
.Shortly before the Wyoming struggle,!
Hancock suffered a broken foot bone.
' and Coach Tommy Fltzpatrick kept'
I him out of the game to save him for
I the Aggie encounter
I No player is better liked than Han-'
'cock, and with tbo center, the middle
Of every play. Hancock should be :i
'capable captain. Mtnough rushed
with work, being editor of a school'.
I publication. Hancock has attended
' every practice except one
With a small army of carpenters
working double shifts, it may he pos
sible that the Wa6atch Athletic clubj
i will open Its doors to the army of
Ogden fiRht fans Thursday night, De
cember !. when the first of the weokl)
'cards of boxing Is planned to ho held
in the new permanent arena In the
Eagles dub building.
The opening program will Include
two headline events Instead of but one
,im is usually offered Beside these
tar bouts four other four-round tilts
, will be staged between speedy I'tahj
Elaborate plans are being made for
'th club opening night .- n 1 tin org.i -!
Izatlon will be ushered into being b)
a spei lal program which will Include
j many special events. It is believed
that every sent In the arena, which his
! been built to accommodate 1500 per
I sons, will be filled when the Bong
sounds for the curtain raiser.
I The. promoter haa asserted that he
'will hold weekly boxing shows, giving j
I cards of from five lo six bouts eaih
The promoter has taken a lease on.
a large portion of the ground floor
I of the Eagle's building and has torn
out walls, posts and flooring to con-,
struct the permanent arena. The seats)
I havo been arranged In circular form
jaround a sunken riur and a clear view
of the squared circle can be had from)
every scat iu ih boost.
(ho 1900 brand of football doesn't pile
up many touchdowns in 1020.
Harvard realizes that a few drop
kickers who can locate the bar are
handy to have around, especially when
playing in the Cowl.
Ohio Slate can be covered bj this
formula Pass from Workman to
Notre iiamo oui-Oipped everything
they could gel a game with.
Qeorgla Tech played surh a rugged
game that some of the schools de
cided not to invite them to their par
ty next -fall.
A lot of tin- rrnr,, forward passers
are basket shooterr.. They'll be in
STARS IN 1ST
Mit Romney, Single Handed,
1 rims University of Chicago
Peagrcen elevens, in all sections of
the country are used during the grid
iron season to give the varsity aggre
gationi practice. These selfsame pea
grcen elevens very, very seldom de
feat the varsity. However, at lh
University of California last year, th
Freshmen Kndders had a habit of
I rimming the varsity, and from the ap
in .fa in 1 of the liruus this season, one
doesn't wonder at the feats accomp
lished last season by the frosh.
Al the University of Chicago litis
b non the Freshmen Introduced to the
grid imgs the first Romney, the first
member of that famous L'tah family
to Invade the cast, seeking athletio
fame And this self-same Komne,
known to thousands of fans in thej
Rockies as "Mlt" has made history at,
In two full games against the var
sity played during the season, Romney
scored a total of thirty-four points
against the collegians. He wore the,
colors of Ihe first year players. In I
one contest his aggregation totaled
two field eronls against ihe varsity.,
bis toe turning the trick, while In
the other contest, two touchdowns
and two goals after touchdown were'
ARMY ELEVEN !
Harvard and Williams Makei
Good Records During
NEW YORK. Nov. 30 The close I
of the eastern college football geasbn
finds ihe task of selecting a cham
pionship eleven more complicated than
In past years It has frequently been
the case that one 'varsity team, with
a remarkable record stood out so
prominent that it was the choice for
titular honors among a large niajor
lt of the gridiron experts. Such a
situation does not exist this year
Six college or university elevens
passed through the season without de
feat, but In the case of five of these
teams the record was marred by one
or more time games. Boston college
Is the only one which has an abso
lutely clean slate to date and that
team still has one game to play, be
ing scheduled to meet Holy Cross
Harvard. Princeton Pittsburg.
Pennsylvania State and Steens all
losed their schedules undefeated, but
the tie contest between Princeton
and Harvard left the question of su
premacy unsolved Penn State play
ed tie sanies with Pittsburg and Le
high, Pittsburg was tied by Syracuse
and Penn State while Middlebury held
Stevens to a scoreless tie.
A second gfoup, but thinly sep.i
raie.i from the first division, would
naturally Include Dartmouth, Syra
cuse. Navy, Army. Brown. Holy Cros,
Lehigh, Williams and Y-le.
An analysis of the records of the
various college elevens of the east de
veiops some interesting and confusing
!.-.! The Wcs; Point cadet team
although defeated by the Vaw and
! Notre Hame. managed to roll up an
isggregating score of 314 points which,
j so far as scoring Is concerned, gives
I the Army first place In the section
I totals Williams, With Benny Boyn
ton the star Individual scorer of the
least, is next in line with 312 points,
j although defeated In three out of the
eight gamer; played renn State and
Cornel are third and fourth respec
tively with r, r and ?3L
From a defensive standpoint Bos
! ton College appears to hold the pr.lm
laa the imih held its opponents to six
ee.i points, of which Yale made thir
teen and Marietta three Syracuse
. was next with .1 low opponent score
'of 27. while Harvard was a close
third, with 2$ points Hoiv Cross was
'fourth with 30. 'but It still has the
; Boston college team to stand off.
Bight games was the average cm the
eastern college schedule and the magr
The records of the larger institu
I lions of the oast follow.
College A T, Tied Scored Score
(Harvard ...SO 1 208 21k
Princeton ...60 1 1 4 23
1 Pittsburg . . n 2 146 4 i
Penn State ..To 2 250 SB
Army 7 2 . . 8W 4 7
Navv 6 2 .. 1S4 43
. Boston Col. 137 16
Dartmouth .72.. inn 8
Williams ..... 3 . . 512 99
( Cornell .... 6 2 . . 23 1 fiR
fJcorgetown B t 221 132
Svraeuse . i t 2 1 Zm 27
Pordham . N 4 3 . . 152 105
j Yaio 5 3 . . 137 67
Swarthmore 4 3 1 165 65
, Colgate ... 1 8 2 114 119
Holy Cross .4 2.. 102 30
: Columbia . 4 1 . . 96 120
'Pennsylvania 6 4 167 133
,ew York "L"' 5 11 103 112
! Rutgers ... 2 7 . . 32 132
I Wash. A Jeff. ' 3 1 206 34
iW Virginia .5 4 1 169 113
! La Payette ..53. 1S2 47
i Stevens 7 0 1 149 47
I Lehigh 5 2 2 1 72 61
Amherst ... 5 3 1 19 54
Brown 6 3.. 149 62
I Weslevan ...51 1 101 63
M 1TJPOME WINS
i CHICAGO. Nov 29. Pierre Mau
pome of Milwaukee kept himself In!
the running in the preliminaries for
the national three cushion billiard j
championship by defeating John Paly
.of New York today 50 to 4 5 In 64 in
iningc. Maupoir.e has three more'
'games, one each with KleCkhefter, I
I Deoro and I-flcton, the three leaders
The three high men will meet Robert 1
1 1 inefax In the fins
recorded against the f i t team by
on Chicago scribe in comments?
of the grid season at the University of
Chicago stated that defeat was regular I
for thi Chicago players. He further!
stated that the maroons had one pla -er
who should make history in 1921
jn Romney He commented consid
erably on the former Utahn and con
1 huled b saving, 'He is the good.-
Richards and Conroy have made
good and from all indications, Born-!
ne- will be added to the list of I tab I
heroes in the east.
SALT LAKE MAY I
SET HOOP MEET I
National Championships May j I
Be Decided in Utah in
i:ff.,rl- I., li ml Hi.- lr:l national A. WLM
A. U basketball tourne) are being MM
made by the Commercial club of Salt
Lake and other clubs of that city
Salt Lako has been represented at ; ' t
three national title events pud has
Shdwn Interest galore in sending her Hfl
representatives to the tournaments to
romp home itii the honors Out of
the three trips the L'tahns have romp
ed home in front on one occasion, in
March, 1916. That season Nelson Nor
gren's University of Utah stars hand
ed the Illinois A. C. team a 26-25 de
feat in the last few seconds of play.
thereby copping the title In the oth-
r n tests, I tab University Is H
credited with one-third and one-sixth jH
The B Y. U. finished second in the ll
i tourney at Chicago in 1917. IH
itobert Richardson of the Des
erct gymnasium at Salt lake is one
,-,f the men who Is working to brlns;
the national title meet to that city.
Richardson Is nne of the most ardent
boosters in the state for clean athletics. Hk9
Ogden and other cities of the state WSSm
will enter teams In the title events, iVH
providing thev are hold at Salt Lake.
The Ogden A. A hoopsters and per
haps the n. Y. U . U of i . and U. . C.
would also enter teams In the proposed
Teams from all of the nearby states
from the eastern part of the country
I and other sections would also enter,
I according to Richardson. It is plan
! ned to stage the tournament at the
Deseret gymnasium. H
Three days would be necessary to
stage the meet. If the Salt Lakers
are successful the dates for the tour- D
namenl will be announced later. fvifl
DETROIT WOMAN SWIMMER M
CANCELS ANTIPODES TOUR J
DETROIT Mich., -Nov. 30 Miss JJ i
Margaret Wood ridge, star woman KU
swimmer, hns cancelled her plans to H
tour Die Antipodes with Miss Ethelda JH
Bleibtrey. the Australian unlrn having RH
declined to finance the trip Miss
Bleibtrey may also cancel. It Is said B
NF.W BA8EBAMj LEAGUE.
PINEBIA7FF, Ark.. Nov. 3U. A
movement is on foot to establish a BHI
sue with cities in a ansae, Q
Louislan i. Mississippi and Tox.is, asked
i 1 1 enl sgWu
out to the various towns suggesting a iiiV
conference to by held in tnls city soon.
Marshall and Orsnge are the Toxae BLH
cities mentioned for such a league. BB
How Well Are
Don't answer: off-hand, iil
look over your supply anc
sec what you have.
you're sure to find that feifl
two or three more would LVsl
eome in handy.
ami Before you buy, see flil
uhr.t we have iiH
quality collars in linen. t'llB
French pique, silk starch tjiltJ
you'll take some away, I .-it
Custom Tailored Clothes
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I THREE OTHER SNAPPY EVENTS I
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