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H 14 THE OGDEN STANDAKU-EXAiviliNER SUNDAY MORNING. DECEMBER 5. 132 J H
ILondos Primed for
Handicap Match At
Orpheum Next Tuesday
Harbertson to Complete Training for Contest Tomorrow;
Promoter Peterson Promises Fans Keen Com
petition; Three Snappy Preliminaries
Listed on Card
I Jim Londos. Oreerl Heavy tpht '
mat champion, ami regarded us onr
of the best mfn In tho world al his
weislu is primni for lilfl match .t the
Orpheum theatre next Tuesday even
;nv; with Jack rlarbertson and expe ts
to he returned tn. winner. Londos
asrrees to throw the local mat marvel
twiee in ninety minutes ami if he falls
ho forfeits the match to Harbertson.
I.ondos defeated John PeseU Ne
l.rasknn marel al San Kranrlseo last
Week in a thrilling match and stated
l,t nirht that he was out to duplicate
his feat ngnlnxt Harbertson.
consider Harbertson our f the
best mnt in fn In the United Stall 'S
thd am wMI aware r ite fad that i
will ho forced ti th limit to win."
Mlid I.ondos last night. "I have horn
training hard for imp .nming contest
ajul fel confident that I will leave
the ring trio winner. Pnllowlnfc the
match with Harbertson I will depa
i for th' east wh-ro I ani booked to
j meet Cnddoek. Steeh-r ainl Lewis In
ihe order named. 1' will ! ni first
jjHlt with Harbertson and- for that
Jeason J am anxious u make it m !
s-at. for the contest are going liko
I hot cakes according to Promoiei Ezri
i Peterson and from present Indications
rho houc will be jammed with eager
I . ; Harbertson is in firt . ; i-c ont i -
lion lor the eommg contest and will
i ni f I.oii'jom : he tough"., n-alrh lv
I 'lias er had in m onni.ii." .s.i-1
i -Promoter Petereon las) tight. "Manj
1 of Harbertson's frloin' fool lhat he
1 will be able to jtivc the Greek cham
pion a banner contest ani a rondos
must throw EforbertSOn twice in ninety
minutes, scores of local fans have ar
kw that it can't be done.
"It will be a contesl wort ;i golnsj
miles to see and will furnish action
fiom start to finish. The referee will
be Instructed 10 so that neither man'
"stalls" and that they both wrestle
during the entire Hhow.
"I regret lhat we haven't a target
house IA I igden, but we are making
use of every hit of space We will
do all In our power to accommodate
the crowd, Man;.- requests for seats
from fans In Jdaho. Wyoming and
various pogts ot Utah have been re
rtarbertsOb WW conclude his road
worit today and win hold a light work
The men will wrestle under Police
Gaiettie rules and will meet a: catch
Three fast preliminaries will ho on
the card and they will he hummers ac
cording to Promoter Peterson, i no. of
these events In particular will be a
star attraction, It is stated.
"Londos has been fecii in action in
Ogden ami Ojgden fans who witnessed
; the last match here between ViSSer
and Londos will remember, the class
'of the kjrsek," said Harbertson last
night. "He Is rated i's one of the
best men In the game and is one of
jthe most powerful nmn that ever wore
ih- toes in this country. However i
am prepared for Londos and expect t.i
Wrestle the bet match of my career.
If i lose it will be because the hotter
II SP?KJ CHATTER,?!
V By VARDEN Hj
"Brick" O'Uonnell. star halfback on
the Billings. Mont , high school elev
en, shattered all records for i .
utive goals after touchdowns al HJutte
1 . yesterday afternoon, when he total-!
96 for the season, following as many
touchdowns by his team mates. This
feut. according to the dope book 1 i
tors all records for both high school
and college team'; and is a f of i
Basketball will get its first intro
duction in the schools of Wtah during
the coming week. Al the l"i derail
of Utah and the Utah Aggie lairs, the
ollegians have hcen on the li
floor for the past week and are cagerl
for the fray.
1 If the Salt Lake authorities are - u -j
cessful in landms thi national bi ik
hali championshiiis it is a cinch that
Utah will be represented by at leasl
seven first rate aggregations. Four
Utah teams have been entered in the
4 title games in thi ; i at, the I ilversity
of Utah copping the till In 1 9 1 C
The gridiron captain for the gden
high school, for 1931, will be named
at the annual 1 feed' which will ie
staged at the high hool next T
day evening. From present indications,
the battle looms between Thomas, T.
1 oxey and I , I o y.
Fistic fans of Ogden will he treat
ed to some first class events at the
new Bogles' ne.t Thursday evening. Al
Young and Jimmle Johns, ( i.ien box
ers, are two of the men t he starred
on the program.
-t .Tack Harbertson, and Jim Londos
wjll complete their training foi theli
match at the rplu-uin Ho . . i o.m
..-row. Both men are reported to be in
first class condition.
Hoppsttrs at Weber Normal cpj
are out In force ami fiom the Style ol
j-iay used by ih.- candidates, Coach
I Malcolm Watson will have real tasli
when he attempts to select his Laoin
for the coming cam))aign.
. Moso Stiefel and Loe Prouse ar
I i he only members r.f the Unlversltj
of Utah nd machine, who will not
I return to the fold next season. Prouse
expects to tlip.irt for Calif ornls after
i ! he school ti rill i los. - nf xt June, w htlt
StlOfe!. we mo l.tornied. will filter the
mati imonial league.
The Ogden A. . hbbpsters will tan
rh v.iih the University of Utah stars
at Salt Lake .shortly after the holidays.
These two teams will tangle on i:.
! polished floor here prior to he holi
days. Three Utafi runnere- Ted Johnson,
.Mei PrecbsJrn, and Uoi. Martin, have
entered in the Paandcna-Loa Angeles
modified marathan scheduled for N w
Year's day. Martin copped this lassie
last New I, it's .la... John-, oi mil hod
I second and Freebalrn tramped home
fin third place. Pifly-sut were
entered In the classic last reason.
Brick Muiler, star end on the Unl
, verslty of California eleven, is rated
i as the. best whig mah In the United
j States. Why shouldnl he be? Ilo is
i a high jumper of ability and can.
prai'ce in the air and rpear forward
passes with class galore. Muiler fin-,
ished second in the aerial event at
, the recent Olympic games.
, Homer Warner, former Crimson
player, will be one of the main spring
, i:i the Ogden v. . hoop team during.
, ifie coming season. Warn r Is one
of the best cagers in the nceit of the
I woods ami N expected t. show his
: old-time !.; ;.
More than twenty nun have slg-,
nlfied their intention of trying for a
place on the A. A. team during the
coming yean Ten men will be carried
during the season.
HARVARD ASKS INDIANA
FOR GAME NEXT SEASON
CHICAGO. Uec. 4, Coach Stiehm.l
of Indiana university; announced to
day that Harvard had requested a
game with ih6 Hooaier football ?Qaad
next October. The coach said the in-'
I citation to play of Cambridge probably!
would bs accepted.
The Protruding Jaw vs. the Protruding Brow By Wood Cowan
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HOOP ART DUE j
FOR BIG YEAR
Commercial eague planned;
Webor, Or.clcn and A. A.
To Have Teams
With lh moleskins placed in the
lockers until 1921, the basketball
"bug" ha-t called his warriors to the
colors a. id dorin:; the next three
months the hoop ait will, no doubt'
thrill the sport followers of the state. ;
in Qaden, plan's an underway for a
"oniim roj., leugue1, which will be fea
tured by teams representing various;
business Interests nnd which will tend
to give the Ured business man some'
needed exercise. Tho leaGue is helrtK
mapped out by local boosters and will
eo six rluhs In harness.
With this league under considers-,
tion, :;nd with the teams repre.-p ntlng
the ugden high school. Weber Normal
and Ogden A. A. In the field, the fans!
of the City arc sure to sec some classy
indoor Kames during the coming sea
son. I :ah Is noted for Its wonderful baa-'
kethall teams. It has been stated that'
more teams arc n i in- game In, this
state than in any other state In the!
L'nion. This fact can he verified with
ease during the hoop season.
Loca!l the annual clash between!
the Weber and Ogden team Is taking
Ihe center o; n-.- stage. Tlrs contest'
.3 always i hummer and t -.ds to show
the real merits ol the two teams at
the ' :: sing ur!.
At the Ogden high school Coach I
Peterson has some first class material!
In harness and expects to have a first'
Class machine in the field when the!
leagut reason ;-ts underway, in Cap-1
tain Ployd Thomas. Skeen. oey Rog-j
it. and Knudsen, the Ti m ino five
men of exceptional ability. The team,'
will, no doubl In huilt around Knud-'
sen, all-state center In IHIH.
Coach ofolcolm Watson at Weber
Ko ratal his foui stars. back in uniform
Lfndsajtj Hickman and Parry, on ih. ,
rm n 01 the VVi ber lair and these
men re loof:eil upon as championship
eallbh i.v the t, out. if. More than 80
men hae reported Cor practice at the
Blue and Whit.- institution.
Th- InlUol practice for the Qgdetti
Fourteen High Grid '
Men to Get Sweaters
b'ourtefti members of the ugden j
High school football OUUOd will recelv
the official block "O" football sweaters!
award day. according to Coach Carl
Peterson. The men who ployed dur
ing the season and Who met the re
quirements necessary to win d sweat ei
are: Captain Allison Bkeen, Tom Lox
ey, Floyd Thomas, Heiman Gooden,'
Iyorenzo Doxey. Pat 1 1 viand. Brig
(Cnudsen, BUI CoX Blmpre Smith,
Charles Alien. Tommy Norton. Albert
Paetflch. Uerald Parry and Horace
The entire gridiron machine will be
banqueted ol the iiia school next
Tuesday evening at which time s ip
tain for th- liJl elevn will bo named, i
At the bano,jot addresses will bo made
by Supt. V.. Karl Hopkins, Principal
A M. Merrill, Coach PeterOOPi Cait:'.in'
Allison Skecn and the captain elect
Plans for the liJl gridiron season
will aio be discussed. Paetsdh, Skeen.l
Allen, Uooden. Cox, Knuots.ui, Hyland'
will ha lost to the Tigers for nrt s i
son duo to graduation. lesplte this'
fact tho Tiger mentor Will have al
clnssy array of stars nT harness and
prospects for a bright season loom.
OMAHA WESTERrj CLUB
SOLD CY W. A. 0 ROURKE
OMAHA, N'eb.. Dec. L W A.
O'Kourke, owner of the Omaha West
ern league baseball franchise, today:
announced the s;alc of the club lo
agan Buroh, of Houston, Tex. The
sale price was announced as JlOO.OOi'
Butch will formally take ehnrgc of!
the ciuh January 1, itt-i
A. A. hoopsters will be held at thej
State School for the Deaf and Blind
next Monday evening. During the lat
ter part of the coming week the men
selected for the first team will meet
anil name a captain for tho comln
WllkenS0n Couch. Warner, Crook-1
ston, Mob i . Hal . er. . ii, N'eilson and
Williams are sorne of the men who ap
pear to have good chances at winning
a place on the five. Trips Into Wyo
ming. Idaho and Nevada will be made
by the V A. during the early part of!
"he season. i
BIG 10 SCHEDULE
Ohio State and Wisconsin. Un
able to Arjrce, Break
CHICAGO, Dec. 4. estern conJ
ererice football COOOhee toda arrang
ed their 1021 schedules at a meeting
which brought forth two breaks be
tween rivals for "his ten" gridiron su
premacy. duo Stale, conference
champion, will not meet Wisconsin, in
the 1 f 20 runner-up, next year, the
schools -(-.erine football relations .tt
an argument over where the con
test should he played. Chicago failed
to schedule a game with Michigan al
though H was said there had been no
111 feeling of the Inability o arrange
The two schools, It was announced,
will carry out schedules already ar
ranged In other lines of sports.
Wisconsin played Ohio State at
Columbus this year closing 13 to 7 and
Coach John Richards today Insisted if
a contest was played in 1 1 1 It should
bo at Madison. Coach Wilos of Ohio
B it-, however, had been able to ar
range only three Western conference
K':,mc at Columbus and maintained
Wisconsin should meet the Buckeyes
there two yoars In succession.
The coaches were unable to agree
and football relations were severed.
The faculty athletic committee of
the Western conference notified the,
coaches that It had voted against
lengthening the schedule to nine
GEORGETOWN TOO HEAVY
FOR FAST BETHANY TEAM
WASHINGTON, Dec. 4 George
town's, weight on a mudd field out-in.-iehed
the speedv open play of Be
thany college uoday and the Catholics
won from the West Virginians 14 to 6
The contest was part of the celebra
tion of the fiftieth anniversary f thoi
founding of the ';eorKetown law,
Snappy Boxing Contests Prom
ised Fans at Sport Show
wjFr 5? if
CTi i r:i : BROM I I
San Francisco Boxer, who meets ,nm
nt) Johns Tliursdaj nigh! here
.it the asati h lub
Action is to be the keynote of every
One of the twenty-8lj rounds of box
ing which will be. offered to uirdoii
Tans next Thursday nlprhl In the open
uiq card of the Wasatch Athletic i lub.
.according to J. It. Downing. lub o 9
cr and manager Tomorrow, the per
manent arena In the Ligles" Sjolub
building will be entlrel' completed and
e detail f,r the opening program
will have been made ready for the
Opening of the club doors' ut 8:30
Manager Downing said he will rimr
the bell for action each Thursday
night, promptlv at s 30 o'clock regard
less whether tl.- fans arc seated or
not. He declared this system will be
followed every week nnd it Is believed
'lint the spectators win soon learn io
be on hand on the minute set for
'the Opening of the scraps.
I U T BE BAPID.
Another feature Is the i'-iiuounce-meni
by ,Mi. Downing that there WlH
! be no time lobt between bouta. lie
j says he is making a rule that wiien a
j bout Is ended and the fighters are
lleaing the ring, tin- hoxer to appear
in the following scrap must be on their
way Lo the ring.
with the completion of the perma
nent arena tomorrow Ogden will. have
the .:ril arena of this Kind In the ln-
lermduntaln country. Everything pos
sible has been arranged for the com
fort of the fan and they will have the
opportunity of enjoying the same
privileges given at the olg boxing clubs
on th oast ..nd in ihe eastern states.
The sats have been arranged 111 oir
CUlar form around a sunken ring and
run from the edge of th(. ring to b
height of twenty f(.t.t. 1-Yom every
seat in the house clear view of the
ring is available:
An Indirect lighting system has been
Installed with powerful lights above,
i the ring and arrangements made so!
lhat when the rounds open, Ihe re-1
molnder of the house may be dark-1
ened. Lockers havt. been placed e
spaces under the bleachers for the use
of the tans In disposing of their coatu
Y H N(, M) PAPB 1
fc l Young tho popular Ogden light-'
Weight who will furnl3h the excitement!
in ihe headline evont on Thursday
night when lit tangles with Young
Papke, the Sacramento boxer, is now;
undergoing some of the most strenuous
training- of hLs entire career.
Jimmy Johns, another ogden boy,
Who has o great following of support
ers is in form and each afternoon may!
b Seen In action In the training iuar-
ters oi the new dub. He will mix
with Claire Bromeo, San Francisco
"Mysterious" Jimmv Brown of Og-1
den will cross mitts with battling Jack
Daley of Brooklyn, who has fought i
many times In the Salt Lake ring.
Battling Horn, on ogden boy. know n
to a large number l fans by pnothci
name will also mix with a Salt Lake'
boxer o er the four-round route Horn
hns taken this name for the winter, al
though when the fans gather about
the ring Thursd.-u nlsht they will ree-,
ognle a man who has appeared many'
JiSs TIR 1
Series ot Ogden High Ends
With Two Flashy Games;
Frosh Trim Sophs
I l It STAVDING
Y. Pet. WkM
Juniors a i "S22 WWW
Seniors , . 1 -6'
l'Tcshmen 1 2 f mWM
Sophomores 0 ? -000 H
Juniors of the ogden high school 9 Mm
won the clas basketball title In the
deciding game of the series played on
the 'ugh school floor yesterday after- MMM
noon. The seniors fell before the MMM
heavy attack of the third yea hoop- MmM
iters tho count being ru to K. in the fH
..ther played the Freshmen PH
triumphed the Sophomores, the -.' MmM
Tlv Senior-Junior contest was M
flashy from starl to finish with both fH
u gn g lions pi i; log a wonderful floor 1
gartn t the half-way station, the
Junior.; were iut three points ahead mmWy
of the losers in the second half,
however, thes started ff in rapid fire
Style and were easy winners. Stratford fH
Rogers and Doxey were the bright J
stars for the Juniors while Karnoff
was bright light for the third mmmm
The contest between the Mllkllngs fH
and th- Soph was hard fought. Chibn fH
:iv"d liie second year tn-:i from being
blank fd by caging a field bask, t in
the final miriu'e of play. Conroy and 1
wen i Ink ler
the losers. The summaries:
VG FT FCI TP
Rjdi rg i o n
MePar'and lg 0 0 fH
rd rf ........ 8 ' 1 ' ;
If . . 7 I 10
Tol .' . . I 8 12 2 J
i Mfii;- .it, I
fg t'T i "; tp fmm "
Gimlln n 0 - i ' ti! I
Hlnchcllffp lg o o n o tmlmau
w ' M
j Jackson rf 1 0 0
H o o o H
.Allen rg 0 0
I HIMIMI N (16)
FT FG TP fM
BalSch rf 0 0 4 HH
Van ten if 2 l 4 W
Cdnroy r 2 0 4 j M
Baehman lg 0 0 0 0
Totals 8 0
&0PHO3IORES ( '2 ) Kraft
FG FT FG TP IIbK
Zinn rf 0 0 0 H
'if . . i H
Colo e 0 0 n 0 H
Lyons n n 0 H
Schuf f lelierger lg . . . . 0 0 0 0 hisK
BUFFALO'S kPR0' GRID TEAM
DEFEATS CANTON 7 TO 3
NEW" YORK, Dec. . In the first E
professional football game played here K
in many yi irs, the Buffalo Ml-Ameri- H
h i : gg( 7 I
Phe teams were well matched, Jim "' fi
Thorpe, former Carlisle Indian School
star, kicked a field ko.tI for Canton
In the third period and a few minute
later "Swede" Youngstrom picked up i!IbB
a blookcd punt from the toe of Thorpe BBLsfl
and ran over the line for Puffalo'- K
touchdown, for which Weldon kicked mmm
About 10,000 spectators were pres- Z
LANDIS STUDIES PLAN
TO RETAIN BOTH JOBS
ST. I.OUIS. Mo.. Dec. Federal H
Judge Kehesaw Mountain Land is. se- loli
lected head of organized baseball ar- mjisB
rived here today to speak before the ISbIbI
Missouri Bar association. He sa'd h flisl
probably would discuss whether iK
were allowable for him to accept the lisiiH
ba.se ball position and hold his place On HH
the federal bench He directed at- LH
tenilon to the tact that until he signed lTB
0 contract with the magnates his base- C . Mm
ball position is only tentative. He will I'-iy
i" pri ented With the contract Dei em -
I ImmmmM " v Jack Harbcften vs Jim Londos I
K . !C'Miy OGDEN Greek Champ i":Xmi &jf
j X This will no dovibt be the greatest wrestling match ever staged in Utah, and is
! attracting attentipn in all of the surrounding states. Ogden is proud of having 'fA si
such a match as this staged here and anyone who misses this event will miss the
SmmmV W sWmmWr season's treat.
H j ' f Tliree Snappy Preliminaries wKk: ' y:::; I
j Kfl i j Seats on sale at Orpheum Theatre, Hemenway & Moser's, and the Rialto Pool j$S I
J H Hr Hall. Seats going fast; make your arrangements early.
I WmW OGDEN", UTA.H a!"
H m . Tuesday Evening, December 7 W
I I PRELIMINARIES START PROMPTLY AT 8:30 O'CLOCK jH