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i I niY EVENING, DECEMBER 14 1922 '
' THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINE -13
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h and Carpenter
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South Makes Rapid Stride
! In Football; Many Stars
I Produced There Yeariy
(intersectional Games Tell Real Strength of
hlevens Below Mason and Dixon Line;
Three Centre Men on Honor
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By BELLX v: INS
During thu past 10 years tht eouth
haa certainly made rapid strides on
The cLaw of football played below
the Mason and Dtxon line compares
most favorably with that of any oth-
er s. ctlon of the -ountr-i
Alabama sprang on- of the real sur-
prlse8 of the season When Xen Peott's
. pupils defeated Pennsylvania 9 to 7.
Coming directly alter Penn's decisive
n f.-at of the Xay, it was one of the
biggest upsets of the year.
In the w. st, Mlchle" "hared the
Championship lionors of thO "Pig Ten"
with Iowa. LInqueatlonably Michigan
has one of the bent teams in the
rountry. N anderlr.P held Michigan to
la scoreless tie.
The fine showing of f9orgia Tecp
against the Navy an'1 x'"Me Laine.
Auburn's grout kMiW' with the Army
jind Virginia's play Princeton
are a few of the oti"-- xtatanding
features of the gn-al season llu
youth eujoved on the gridiron
; in selecting my BOUthT honor roll
I have had the advice of more tuan
a score of the leading a:ort , experts
Of the south. While the usual dlffei -DnC(
Of opinion existed, as Is cus
tomary, when picking all otar OlSV
.ns. the southern critics agreed on
mor. players for their first and second
teams than the writers In nny other
Heinia Sand Goes to the
Phillies for Four
SVLT LAKE, Dec. U Four regu
lai major league baseball players of
the 142 season were acquired for
thi 12 1 Bait Jake team of the
Coast league Wednesday by President
Bill lane. who Is In the eaMt.
lletnie Sand, the star J
the Bees during the past threo sears.
I trade for catcher John Meters.
Pit hm John Blhjrleton. First Bsse.
man Roy Leslla and Inflelder Jam
"l1 Thurston, pitcher of th. Salt
tAk club, wus old to ths St. .Louis
sans fer 115,000.
The Philadelphia deal gl es tn
Bees the players they most need a
atcher, s first man n n n
irst bae PJJ
been an especial worry to "JJg;
,,-vMs. the club l"t7fr eii3LJt S
,,1 to mako such ohltt as migni
to cover the ImporUint post-
leslio played practically in a ru
iSSWif .5o!S h.t in, wwch is
alSO bltll Mark. n th bat
Catcher Peters me3 to
in a Ufficlsnt number of games
'prove his ability. thrM of th
Jimnv Efmjth played h " "ut
afield poslUons, having bsstt ssosh
iond. short and thrd- Jo fJJ
S wil probably be used at bortstoP
to take Sand's place UO less the Bees
get another shortstop fiom
Browns. In which .LffS.
doubtless bo used for utl"hriiandcr.
Pitcher Btngleton Isa rlghhanaw
Hs pitched about as good bar
.billies SS that lowly
that Fred Coumbc. reportea"
Ken obtained from the Seals,
bo a 1923 addition.
The first of the month comes thrg
Umn a dVn.h romr et Srolu-
moons niacs tnre lu,M Mnr
tiens around the planet In OBS
uZ day. which Is abopt one-hulf hour
1 longer than our daj.
section of the country.
Bomar of Vanderbilt, Roberts of
Centre. Davis of Georgia Tech. Ku
bale of Centre. Marron of Georgia
Tech and Sblr. y .r Auburn won a
place on practically every first eleven
sele ted troi i
"Red" Roberts of Centre was the
'most shifted about player In south
land. Most critics placed him at end
'others at guard and tackle while
many belle. d he would do his best
woik at fullback Regardless of wher
I he was stationed very expe rt selected
SUFFERS r Jl'RY
Whelchel of Georgia, rated tho best
guard In the pouth last year by a ma
jority of the experts, suffered from
an injured shoulder all season and
never reached his form of last year,
sav the southern critics.
Here is the lineup of southern play
ers who received the most choice Pjtes
from more than a score of the lead
ing p rts of that section.
Center Kubale, Centre
Tacklf Bennett, Georgia.
Tackle A. Stnton. Georgia Tech
Guard Reagan, Auburn.
' Guard Dais, Georgia 'lech.
Bnd Bomar, Vanderbbt.
Knd Roberts. Centre.
ijuaiterback Covington. Centre
Halfback Barron, Georgia Tech.
Halfback Shlrey. Auburn.
Fullback Fletcher. Georgia.
WILL BE DINED
Twenty Athletes Will Re
ceive Football Sweaters
at Grid Banquet
Twenty footballers ef the Univer
sity of Utah who aided materially in
lb.: winning of the flr?t undisputed
I Rocky Mountain conference football
title for thO state Institution will be
honored here Friday night at the an
nual banquet for grldders The ban
quet will be held at the Xewhouse
hotel with President George Thomas
The McKenna trophy, which Is n
lannual football trophy, will be pre
'sented by Coach Tommy Fitspatrlck.
The Utah Aggus lat year were the
'winners of the conference title and
gained a similar trophy.
I Sweaters Will be awarded to the fol
lowing plavera during the evening:
Captain Nell Smith. Harvey Han
cock. Reld Jewkes. Honry llurren.
'Kent Evans. Harold Clark. Harold
Steven. Roy Wirthlin. Phil Jeppeon.
iVlrgli Peterson, uscar Smith. Louis
T&ufer, Glen Watklns, Vers Champion.
iDenzIl Ixe, Emll .lorgens.-n. Harold
iN'atlon. Clarence Hagtn. Hardin S blt
!ney and James tfoyls
; JONES DEFEATS
PRON'O. Dec. 14. Henry lor,. - of
PrOTO defeated Jack Billing's i Ham
ilton. Mont., in Stimfghl falls here last
night Is a best two In three fa. I
.wrestlinjr match. Jones took the first
fall In 30 minutes with a riorso body
hold and the second In 'J minutes with
a leg cradle
Threo other vents were also fea:
ured on the card.
At Granlsville Grantsville
At Richfield B- A. C. 20. Richfield
lAt Heber Wasatch High 34. Heber
I Natives of Cochin. China, est mostly
rica. 11 18 aid ihy fon'j
of snakes, locusts and rats.
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RED DEVILS ID
S. P. TEAMS WIN
Southern Pacific bowlers last night,
defeated the Rushmer Optical team1
I at the Wasatch f.iub. on -the same
alleys the Red Devils trimmed thel
' gden Wholesale Drug company,
RUSHM BR ( IPTICAJj .
1 2 3 Ttls. i
Moore lf.4 1 5." 157 460
Clark . 144 14o 120 404,1
Wherry 14f 12ft 135 409
Edwards 143 lfio 1 44 44 7!
Rushmer .... 16" 153 133 451
Totals 760 733 (942177
12 3 Ttls
BdsOn isi 13'J 168 491
Wells 13X 160 141 43:;
Brophy 130 165 133 42S,
Ryan 155 166 155 4 76
J Paine 103 1 52 1 49 464
Totals . . . 770 782 746 2298!
OGDEN WHOLESALE DRUG
1 I 3 Ttls ,
LangwOrthy . . isi 137 1C7 485 j
Crab? 1 40 1 47 1 69 4561
Julinn 198 121 13C 455
Carlyle ieo 147 iso 4S7
' Wing 16S 183 149 485
Totals 832 735 801 236s
12 3 Ttls
I Carll 1 90 148 143 481
! Patterson . ... 182 149 166 497
. Edson 188 170 :'f0 558
! Hess 157 18.-, 191 613
Iirkln 161 174 lb3 508
Totals 868 806 8332567
PANT HERS OFF
ON HOOP TOUR
SALT IjAKE, Dec. 14. The WSSl
High school hoopsters departed todSS
for ther trip to tho southern part oi
the state where they will meet the
leading teams. Eight players, a man
ager and Coach Homer Chrlstensen
iwlll make the Jaunt.
They will open their tour schedule
at Bpringrllle this evening The other
Igamejj scheduled are ax follows:
December 15 North Sanpete high
'school at Mt. Pleasant.
December 16 Wasatch academy at
I December 17 Visit the salt beds
December 1 8 Moroni high school
L December 19 Snow Junior eollege
December 20 Manti high school at
December 21 North Sevier high
school at Sallna,
December 2 Richfield high school
December 23 South Sevier high
school at Monroe.
NEW WAY TO SAVE ,
j PITTSBURG. Dec. 14. Forced in
halation of oxygen containing a email
percentage of carbon dioxide- was re
ferred to as "the most efficient means
of bringing about resuscitation." of as
phyxiated persons, in an address de
livered today at ih thirty-sixth an
nual meeting of the Coal Institute of
America, by Professor Wendell Hen
derson, ot Yale university.
Professor Henderson discussing the
, ef f octs of carbon nonoxlde better
known to miners as " after damp-' de
clared that th gas quickly combines
with hemoglobin in the blood vessels,
driving out oxygen and producing un
conaclouanes's. asphyxiation and death.
"The carbon dioxide acts as h stim
ulant to natural breathing and often
is necessary In effecting a cure." said
the Yale professor He added that
in recent experiments the process was
used successfully after pure oxygen
had failed to resusdeb
There Is a marked resemblance be
tween the dwarf chameleon, the little
elght-luch long reptile that live le
the Kamerun of Africa, and that giant;
prehistoric reptile cuiid trleeratops.
nthlrh a ;n l-t b.mr m l .k-h' feet I
IN ODD ACCIDENT
DUBLIN Ga.. Deo. 14. Jordan El
lington, farmer, who wa imitating a
turkey's call in a swamp here Wednes
day, was shot and seriously wounded
by another hunter, Lee Iais. Tho
latter also had been Imitating a tur
key's rail and each of the men thought
the other was a turkey.
The East High school Leopards to
day claimed the Rocky Mountain con
ference title The Leopards basic their
claim on the refusal of the Fort Col
lins. Colo., High achool to incct them
In a championship contest. Coach
Le Roy E. Warthman announced to
day that the Leopards base their claim
n the fact that they were the cham
pions last season and that Twin Palls
-H.TO. -J. iJlIB
and Fort Collins refused to meet them
during the past season
Twin Falls, however, has asked that
a game between the two schools be
played at Twin Falls on Armistice Day
BUM. US AWAIT (,u.t.
ST PAUL. Dec 14 Only enough
training to keep on edge for Friday s
bout was today's program for both
Tommy Gibbons and Billy Mlske. St.
Paul heavyweights, who are scheduled
to fight a 12-round match to an offi
cial decision tomorrow night. Oibbons
IS a slight favorite.
. 1ME CALLED OFF
PORTLAND. Dec. 14. As Wash
ington high school of Portland could
not raise the $3500 guarantee to bring
i Scott high school football team cf To-
ledo, hlo, to Portland, for a Christ
mas game, Hugh J. Boyd, principal of
i W ashington, has telegraphed the prin
cipal of Scott high school, informing
him that the game will not be played.
SH AGREES I
TO FIGHT m 5 I
Port Will Be for 20 Rounds
Under Usual Boxing I
PARIS. Dec. 14. (By the Asaoc il
ed lJrc.) A formal agreement for. a
fight between "Battling" Sikl and
ieorges Carpsntier on a date yet to b
fixed, hut between February It i
Ifarcn is, has been signed by s:ki wM
his new manager. Charles Brouilln t
nays the Matin. Carpenter also would
have signed but for the absence of lit
manager. Francois Dopcamps. who
will affix hip signature, to the docu
ment Friday evening.
The bout will be for 20 rounds un
der tho usual boring rules. Four
ounce glove wfil be used
MeanwhiK Si k i is playing hide and
seek with tho French boxing federa
Hon, saying that he will not appear
beforo its conimittoo which la invfPti
gating the alleged framMip In the
Siki f'arpen'ier bout in which the Dcg
ro fighter decisively defeated the
I white man. The federation is Mill
'awaiting an answer from Siki to Its
jlast letter summoning him before the H
.ommlttee on Friday to make a State. H
SIKI CALLED AGAIN
PARIS Dec. 14. tBy the Asaoolat- H
ied i'ress "Battling" Sikl, the Sen- - H
galese pugilist, who hab refused t'
appear before the French Boxing fed
, eratlon In the Investigation of th-.- 1
. barges of a frame up in his fight with
Georges Carpentier, was again sun
inoned by the federation In a letter H
jbent him Wednesday ta eome before
tho federation Friddy evening. The
;iederatlon has deelared it would no'
permit another fight between Sikl and H
'"arpentler unless the negro appeared
i before the Investigating rommitle.
An afternoon newspaper in what
purports to bo a new "inside ston '
I the frame up" says the Slkl-C&rpentb-r
fight whs only one of a series of such
battbs. It asserts that the situation H
' surrounding the bout between Sikl and H
Carpentier was presented to the box
Ing commission soon after the fight. H
but the federation took the advice of H
one of Its counselors to "hnsh up the M
m titter in order to save the honor of
AT TANK MEET
SALT LAKE, Dec 14 Frank Nel- H
son was tho big star at the Junior H
swimming meet held here last nigh
He took first place in the flfty-yar 1
and hundred-yard free style, and H
topped them off by winning hand
lie also captured the fancy diving con- H
I tn Syrla and Egypt, milk from Ihfl H
I ass is considered very valuable fof H
I Invalids. H
mnm fistic fare
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