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I THF. OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER WEDNESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 1, 1920 '
I CARLISLE BEGINS
I INVASION DFWEST
Indians First Team to Play
I Out Here in Intersectional
LLm Now that tho intersect ioii.i I Ki-icllrom
pamc between Dartmouth and the Unl
verilty of Washington played ai Seat
Hm last Saturday is i mailer of fo.it
ball history. comes 'h question. I
when dirt these post-sesson contests
hetween collogs east of the Rockies,
B and those west begin?"
itccords show thai tlx Carlisle In-j
dians were the first team to take the
journey. They played the Universitj ,
of California gridders ut San Fran
dsco. Christmas day, lss.'. and won
the contest 2 to " Ten thousand fans
H contest aroused widespread inleresi
H ambrtg rootball followers Btich
V ions trip wan almost Incomprehensible
The L'nlverslt) of Michigan was the
next to Investigate Uk possibilities of,
coast elevena The Maize and Blue
H after scoreless first half defeated
Stanford on New fear's day. 1002 at
M i'KAKS PASS,
fl No more game were played he-,
H tweon coast elevens and those farther
H eait until 1916, when Syracuse whip
H ped the Oregon aggies at Portland,
Christmas day, " N' w Vear'si
day, 1916. the Syracuse walloped
Occidental college Los Angeles,
H to Oh their wnj to the ooast, Syr-
H H use eleven stopped off in Montana
and played a G-fi tie with the Unlver
H .-ily of Montana.
At Pasadena, Januar; 1916,
fl Brown showed at Pasadena and lost
to Washington State N to 0. The
H rrovidence team was un isuall) strong
during the regular 1915 season, losing
H only to Colgate.
H On the same date a year later, the
H University of Pennsylvania . 1 1 1 I it
H of Oregon
I fGHT t. Ml i PASADEN .
H Harvard was the eloyen to
H vade the west Thej won a bitter
B contest from last
H New Year's day, the score being 7
H The results of these contests demon-
H trates conclusively that all the foot-
B 'ill is not played east of the Alleghen-
H 'J he Oregon .gghs penetrated east
H of the Mississippi in 1915 and walloped
H the Michigan Aggies 20 to 0. Nc-j
H hraska went to Oregon in 1016 and
H defeated the Oregon Aggies 17 to 7.
H The Cornhuskers this season played
H Washington State at Lincoln, h being
H the second time a far i
H crossed the mountains for a game with
H eastern eleven.
H There Is no record of any coast team
H ever playing alone the Atlanta
H iioarrt, although contests between the
H teams of the middle west those
H of the east hate been common during
the past decade.
Iran N ( t M i - DARTMOl I ll
Dartmouth was the fifth college
team to make the long jaunt to the
west. No championship bearing was1
at stake in this contest. Dartmouth
won 28 to 7. This game did not serve!
as a means of comparing the brand ,,f
football played in the respective sec
tions of the countrj as the coast col
leges have conclusively proved 1 1 r
they can furnish as high class a por
trayal as their most sophisticated
hio State and California will setUc
the sectional differences m the next
jiimf at Pasadena, New Year's day,
IUYPP OFFERED CONTRACT
WITH BASEBALL STARS
SOUTH BEND, Ind.. Dec. 1 George
jypp. Notre Dam football star, to
day received an offer frnm Presidt n(
Veeck of the Chicago National league,
team of a place with the "ulis iu
spring, it was announced here todaj
Gypp, who js seriously ill In a local
hospital, hag not gnen the proposal
consideration. Qypp is an outflcld r.
I BROCK SIGNS WITH
KANSAS CITY. Mo., Dec. 1 out
fielder Arthur Brock, a Kansas r-ttv
bsasebal player, who played it Black
foot; Idaho, last year, has signed a
contract with the Detroit Americans, It
was announced here today.
j HORNSBY TO ENTER
ST. LOl-IS Dec l.- g,r
H by, Cardinal second baseman,
H to go In business here, according 1 ,
telegram the st. Louis chamber 0.1
H etimmerc ,,,,, llm )lsl
H night. Me did Mot state the nature ol
. the proposed venture
FOR BIG CONTEST
Weber and Ogden Players
Primed for Saturday's Bat
tle Against A. A.
Members of the all-clt gridiron
ham are preparing for their contest
with Ihe fast ogden Athletic associa
tion team set for Saturday a! Lorln
Farr park The kick-off is scheduled
for " :30 o'clock tfhurp and a record
crowd Is expected to. be on hand to
inv adieu i" the grid sport for the
p r v, nt ses so 1 1
Past practlcej will be held by ih
all-Stars during the present week In
)ir, paratiori for the game. Lori Rom
ne. former crimson star will lend a
hand ai COai hlng the star.-, it is said
Thomas, Skeen, Lindsay and T.
Doxey in ihe backfleld should b able
in reel off their yardage against the
more experienced A, A. players? These
men are looked upon to he main fac
tors in the offensive play of the stars,
in the line the a 11-stars w in hae
Allen and Hickman at ends Both men
are fast, nre tacklers and iiave played
In woiuiirful advantage during the
past season. Davis and Pnetsch at
tackles should b aide to batter hole
In the A. A line. These two men are
stars of the first order,
in the guard positions Kiiudson and
Price should be towers of strength to
the all-stars. These two men played
snappy ball in the scholastic gangl
and are out to aid their elfven In the
coming contest. U Doxey will hold
flown the center position.
Cndec Captain Bill Glasmann, th
A. A, stars ari WOrKfng out dulls This
contest wlU be the final one of the
year for them on the local soil and
will lend to Put thri In A 1 condition
for the R.ime at San Francisco Christ
Students of hoth school have pledg
ed their support to the all-stars and
from present indications the .
player will hive the hardest game of
the season on their hands when the
f WITH THE BOXERS
NEW FORK. Dec. 1 Tex Rick
ard announced tod kj he had received
contracts signed bj Jess Wlllard, for
mer world's heavyweight . boxing
champion. Jack lviuj,. 1 . present title
holder, and Bill Brehnan for a cham
pionship bout on March 1". 1921, be
Lween Wlllard and the winner of the
Dempsey-Brennan hunt here December
14 leportp to this effect had been
circulated for some time, but official
announcement of contracts having
been signed was not made until to
il. 1 .
Rickard said the fight w ill be stag- d
in Madison Square Oarden.unloai the
state boxing commission should pre
ent It. The sin ol the purse was not
TOLEDO, . Dei l Negotiations
were opened between Jack Kearns,
manager of I.1.1 DempSey, worlds
ohamplon heavyweight pugilist, and
: Ad Thayer. Toledo promoter. tOdaj
with a view to stagihg the proposed
Dcmpsey-Carpentier match In Toledo
Thayer received s telegram from
K' irns In Kew York City asking the
promoter to "look over the ground
hen ami report to him bj telephone."
, Thuvr said todaj that he would go
before the boxing commission for R
permit for a decision boul if he can
make Ma satlsfactorj deal with
SEW STORH, Nov. ".( The N 1 vv
York stati- boxing commission tonight
revoked 'he permit of the Central
Manhattan BqXing club, which last
night Stagi d th' lightweight contest
between W-lllic lackeon and Johnny
Dundee both of Sew York. The com
mlseion announced t had taken this
action because commtKsloners attend
ing tin cojit.-.t had "witnessed infrac
tions of the boxing law, the laws of
safety and a complete disregard of the
I rights and comfort of t i. ket holders.'
The Central Manhattan club, which
only operated last night. Is the first
ciuh to have its permit revoked.
M KM PHIS. Tpnri., Nov 30 Tim
Bhephexson, 1". died here tonight fol
lowingYtis participation in a boxing
bout wiili James 1 Kid I Cox, 16, stag
ed Mondaj night at . local athletic
;chib. Cercbreal hojnorrhage was giv
en as the cause of death. Cox Is at
police headquarters at his own request,
1 pending investigation of the fight.
sioux falls, s, d., Nov. s6.
1 Charles Hanson, local wrestler, wor
from Jack Sampson ,,f St. Louis h'-rc
ri tonight In Btralghl falls. Hanson tool,
!i the first fall in fifteen seconds and
the second fall in one hour and ." 1
For Londos Contest
. ...... ;,;,
Jack Harbertson is training with
pepper for liis ma-.ch at the Orpheum
theatre, December 7. with Jim Londos,
Greek champion. I'mler the agree
in. at Londos is to throw Harbertson
twice in ninety mlnutep or forfeit the
match.' Both men will meet at catch
Harbertson and LoHdOS have never
met on the mat. Moth men are re
garded high In their respective classes
Harbertson Is working out twice
daily in preparation for the coming
Contest, In the morning he steps ten
miles over the country roads and In
CHICAGO, Dec 1 invasion of th
east by the Western olf association
as part of 1 plan to bring all thfe golf
dubs 0 the country under the same
xi of rules is proposed in amendments
to the W. G. A.'s constitution and by
laws submitted by mall to th directors
The changes to be voted on the an-,
nual meeting January '!'. involve the
adoption of a new name, i)o Americas
Coll association, which would act as
"the authoritative administrative bodvj
for making and enforcing th rules for,
the playing of Rolf in the United
, 'Dure hav. beep rumors Of a golf
war between the W A. and the
United States Golf 11 joclatlon, the con-,
I .roiling body in the easi, for several
years, tint the outbreak of th war In I
Europe prevented an open break
One Of the chef purposes of ihe
, new golf organization, if approved,
I would be to revise those rules which
if is said were originally intended for
Scotch 'nd British courses are not
practical for American courses.
NEW VuRlv, Dee l iolflng cir
cles in the east were agitated toda
ov r the announcement that the West
ern 5olf association has proposed an
Invasion of the east for the pttrpose
of wrestling control of the game in this
1 country from the. United States Golf
'association. A bitter war for the su
; premsii v was trCely predicted
1 Outside of the amateur rule, the
.(principal differences are those relating
to stymie and to lost unplayable balls.
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I Orpheum Theatre, December 7th
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H I THREE OTHER SNAPPY EVENTS
Hi fi sH IBpS siaiaiaial
)the afternoon takes on all comers at
the Pingree gymnasium.
Dondos will arrive in Ogden from
the coast Thursday and will take up
ibis training Quarters t the tire sta-
Ition. Londos will meet Gaddoek.
8tOCher and lywls In the order named
in the east following the match with
t la rbertson.
George Nelson. Ben Petrle, Sam
Clspbam and Nick Collins are four of
eight men seeking the honors of ref-
ereeing the match
Tickets for the match will be placed
on fiali at the Orpheum theatre to
I morrow morning.
JIMMY JOHNS i
Indications this morning pointed
thai the work on the boxing arena
in the Kagles' building will be com
pleted in time for the Wasatch Ath
letic club to open its doors for the
first weeklv card. Thursday evening.
December 0. J. It Downing, club
OWtter .this morning made an Inspec
tion of the work and announced that
every! effort Wfl be made In complet
ing ih arena construction I" order
that the first boxing card m,e be
-laRi (1 on this dale.
Mr. Downing lias already begun to
select his boxing program for the
opening night and In addition to the
best talent that ogden oflers will
bring several scrappers from Sail i-aKe
to furnish the excitement.
M Ol Nt, Pit KI D
winie the card arrangement iv but
tentative, Mr, Downing plans to use
i Young, the hard-hitting Ogden
boxei against a man who has lopped
Salt Iake boxing cards recentl
Young will tie sent over the six-round
route in the star event and tl is prob
able ihar Sfouhg Papke, a tough lad
fioni Sacramento wiil be th Ogden
lad's opponent In Salt lak recently
Young was awarded a decision over
Papke after s whirlwind scrap Papke
showed 'hat he could absorb unusual
punishment and stood up under a ter
rific bombardment. Papke want a
return match with Young, believing
that he is now acclimated and can
lead the local lad a .nierrv scrap and
come out on the winning end YounR
believes he can put the coast lad away
if he has another chance. This match
should prove a cyclone
JIMMY .inif.Ns too
Mr downing has planned to sing
a double header in the star class for
the opening program and has arranged
tor .Ilmmv Johns, a popular Ogden
lightweight, to mix with an outsldei
probablj Young Bromeo, who i
holls from the, Pacific coast and has
been cutting a wide swath In the St
Lake boxing ranks during Ihe past
weeks. Johns is working daily to get
in shape and has announced thai he
will tie m the idnk of condition when
he steps into the ring.
Pour other four round events will
re- staged, Mr Downing said. In w ho h
fast ogden boxers will be puled
ti:,inst boxers from Salt Lake The
ard will open with a curtain -1 a iser
between two boys Just entering the
boxing game and although they may
not display unusual cleverness thev
, ixi be depended upon to mix dining
every second In the ring.
The complete program is now al
most arranged and will he announced
within a few days, Mr Downing said
KEN WORTHY TO SEATTLE.
SEATTLE, Wash,, Je 1 Pill Ken
worthy, new manager of the Seattle
cuh of the Pacifh Coast league, is
n rout" lo ,sattl.- to accompli n
President W H. Klepper east, where
they will Rtte.nd the American and
National League meetings. They cx
pe'i i io arrange for tho transfer to the
Seattle i lub of men from f'lncinnatl
St. LoulS and other clubs and will go
on the market for several additional
I pis vers.
SEATTLE. Wash. Nov. 30. Roy
I McCormlck. English light-heavyweight
l won a four-round decision over Flro
I man Jim Plynn of Pueblo, at an Amer
ican Legion smoker here lonlght.
RED GETS Ol KKR.
OIL CITY, Pa., Dec. . "Rtd"
Bluhm. first sacker of last ear's Oil
if.'ity team, has received an offer to
I ploy w ith the Wichita Falls oluh Of the
Texas league, it was learned here today.
COUNTY SCHOOLS .
Hoop Sport Is Expected to :
Create Interest in Grade
Basketball will be featured in the
Weber county schools during the com-1
trig season, according to Ehipl B. A-,
Fowler Team have already been or-1
gonized In a number of iho schools and
the competition In the league should
be Intense. !
John Stark Of Wilson Is chairman
of the Kche.lule committee and state"
that he has arranged a first classi
schedule for the teams that will rep-'
resent the league. iher teams will
ne added to the new organisation from
time to time
Teams representing students from
ihe lxrh to eighth grades will be en
tered in the pla In some Of the,
schools girls' teams are being organ
The schedule follow:
December 3 Hooper at Wilson;
North ogden it I'lntah, Pleasant
Vfew at Hoy: Farr West at Blatervlile.
December 10 Hooper at Uintah;
North gdcii .it Buiterville; Pleasant
View a' Wilson. Farr West at Roy.
Dee. 17 Wilson at North gden:
SlatervUle at Pleasant View; Ko nt
Hooper; t intah al I'arr West Decem
ber 24- Wilson at Farr West: Roy at'
North 'gdcn : I'intnh at Pleasant
view; SlatervUle ai Hooper; Decem
ber 81. North ogden at Pleasant
View Roy at Wilson; Hooper at Fair
West, Blatervlile at rintnh. January
7. Fatv West at North ogden; Wil
son at SlatervUle. Pleasant View at
Hooper: I'lntah at Roy. January 14-
North ogden at Hooper. I'lntah at
Wilson: Farr West at Pleasant View.
SlatervUle at Row
STECHER WINS FROM
KANSAS CITY, Nov. 3". Joe Stech
er, champion heavyweight wrestler.,
successfully defended his title tonight
by winning from Salvatore chevalier.
Frenchman In straight falls. The first,
fall come In L' t minutes and ) sec
onds through a head scissors and the
second in seven minutes, 4i seconds,
with a bodv arm hold
In a catch as catch can bout Ed.'
"Strangler" Iew is, defeated Raymond
Caneau. Canadian, in straight falls,
the first in . 'J minutes ten seconds
With a deadlock and the second In
Seven minutes thirty-five seconds with
a headlock and arm hold.
MI D HELL IMED.
BoSToN, Nov . 30. Tho appoint -j
merit of Fred Mitchell, w ho has been
I leader of the Chicago Cubs for Un l ,i v
three years, as field manager of the
Boston Braves, was announced by
; President O. W. Grant today In tak-
ing the place of G. W Stallings. Mitch
ell returns to the team for which he
I acted as battery coach before Roing
JIM l.oMMls s
SAN FRANCISCo Nov 3u Jim
Londos, the Greek light-heav yweighi
wrestling champion, threw John Pcsek
of Crete, Neb., in an hour 28 minutes
and IK seconds with an arm strangle
hold here tonight. The wrestlers re
turned to the ring and wrestled 12
minutes to the two hour llmii without
ji second fall being made. The Judges!
then awarded the match to Londos
BY M W Hll N
The Class basketball series at the
Ogden High school will get under w iv
i h is afternoon, according to Coach
Stubby Peterson. Hu h class team will
meet the Other teams twice during the!
Coach Iester Jarvis' Bingham High
IChOOl aggregation will vie with the
Utah Athletic Association team a1
Bingham this evening In their first
game of the sejuson.
Ixilo Spencer. Melvln Snelgrove and
Bill Goodrich are the bright stars of
the TTtah A 'A. fixe. These men have
all hud experience and should be able
lo win games for I heir organization
during the winter months.
Hoopsters of the Ogden A. A will
report for their first practice next
Monday evening. Practice NV'" be held
every eeVening ai the state School for
the Deaf, Canldnttes wishing to try
for places on the tenm should com
municate with the officials of tho
ogden Athletic association.
Ten men will be carried on Ihe
squad of hoopsters on th.- local A A.
team during the coming season. Trips
into Idaho. Wyoming and Colorado will
be made Recording to present plane.
Coach Homer Christensen (if the
Y est High Panthers has more than
eighty men out for basketball. The
Panther mentor has three men of ex
ceptional ability in Funk, Newman and
Gregory In the poHshed floor art for
the online season.
The proposed game between the
F.ast nigh Leopards and the Logan
High school farmers for tin state title,
win in nil probability be cancelled.
Inability of the coaches to get to
gether ts given as the reason.
The All-Stars of the Ogden High
and Weber Normal- college are work
ing hard In preparation for their con
test Saturday .afternoon against the
ogden A A. gridders. This contest
should be 8 hummer.
TI MRS 1
BED PLAGES I
Hancock and Smith Named on
All-star Selection in Den
Two University of Utah S'Mdert .
were awarded positions on the am- bsbs
Conference team selected for the Den- S
ver Post by F. Fj. ovcrholt. Smith
rompi 1 1 home v. Ith the ciusrtj rbacK I I
honors while Hancock of Utah won
position over the best the H
conference bad to offer fH
I FalCk of the Dtah Agglos Is award- SHBB
'e,i a position on the second selection.
Ure of Dtah and Swan of Utah also H
: won positions ri the second team. fH
In the first learn selection the Colo- sbih
ra.lo Aggies won four places Colorado flH
I niv rail : wo pi ici i. Utah 1 m
Colorado Mines two- M
The two selection made by the I ost asiSH
First team Rnds. Noggle, Colorado ISS
Universitv and Bnggs. Colorado col
lege Tackles Dotson. Colorado Ag-
ge and McGlone, Colorado Mines. 1
I Mc Michael and Bain. Colorado Aggies.
'guards. Hancock. University of Utah,
'. enter. Smith, University of Utah.
quarterback; D. Hartshorn. Colorado 1
Aggb . bit halfback; Willard Colo-
rado University, right halfback and fH
McTavish, Colorado college, fullback B
Second lam ftatekln, Colorado fH
Aggies and Alulh. Colorado University,
tackles: Brumfield. Colorado collego iSiiiH
in Swj n, I nlver oi Uta h gun r.i-. Ph
, r. Denver University, center. Iftfl
Faick, Utah Aggies, quarterback;
Shoemaker, Colorado college, half- H
back. Pre. Utah, halfback; Scott.
Colorado Aggies, fullback. H
NEW YORK There are 27 clauses.
n the contracl which Dempsey nnil t- -
Carpertlor Etlgned to f icii' for the '
title Thai doesn't name the lime
or place either -
$4 I K: S 111 Jm I
The preliminaries were over,
'Twas time for the main go.
They wheeled tjie scab s out to the rln?
Arul that broke up the show.
A lot of present-day boxers are more
afraid Of a pair of Fairbanks than a
cat Is of water,
Thev agne to weights they never
make, and when thev get In the ring
many one-sided matches result, which
spoils the evening for the customers.
Boxers are reluctant to admit they
have outgrown their ias. and we find
lightweights posing as bantams and
welters faking for lights and so oi
up the line.
Ring fudgers do not do the game
any gooL If a man Is matched to
meet a boxer who is eight or ten
pounds heavier, he might to know it.
The crowd should Uc ii iornied of it.
too. Then they know what kind of a
fight thev paid tO See
Fudging on weight and beating up
the Utile fellows doesn't get the match. MVJ
'maker anything in the long run. J
Honesty will pay just as big dlvi- ll
lends in the boxing game as in any 3
'other enterprise. H
The posting of forfeits In some Hom
ways offsets the evils of the non- HM
Also, there is quite a difference in rBHfl
weighing at 2 o'clock and at 9 o'clock. bll
That difference amounts to five or ten IHH
pounds And when fighters are evenly IIBI
matched it is sufficient to spoil a good Bfh
The New York boxing rules specify H
thai all weights are to be made at 2 E
O'clock, figuring that th strain of H
training down until the last minute is H
Injurious to C:r health of th' boxer JbTB
and thai Is probably verj true. TB
VOTE THE D1FF!
Ai iwo bells he was gaunt and drawn,
His skin It fit him tight
Bul seven hours later, look pH
I He's plump and full of fight. Bl
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