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.Anpay morning, decf.mrpp 1922 1
m ' the ogden standard-examiner i
hMetes Have Banner Year In All Branches
AUNG UNIVERSITY STARS
I CLOSE YEAR WITH NIFTY
RECORDS IN ATHLETICS
Anvo School Makes Debut a pi- m
m Conference Grid Contenders tlT
Field Team Was Strong- V Can
tures State Hoop Title
I BY. H. R. MERRILL.
AlE closlmr of J 922 finds ihe Brig.
Eu Young university, the Infant
Kfcer of the great Rocky mountain
fcrence, feeling rather well Mti
Hjj with what the year brought in
sXavny of athletic trophies nnd lan
K Although the big Mormon Bchool
HCjed to he- greatly handicapped
Hf the year began, her prowess
Ijcen marked (hiring the athletic
Krly last January, In competition!
Kthc other two Utah members of I
conference, the Ilrlgham Young
Krer.-' v.-.-.n - championship
Basketball In spite of the fact that
fUtah A.Kricul1 iral college and the
lpver.-!i of I'tah both had excellent
Has in the field. The "Y" team.
Kposed of Keeler, center; Simmons'
HTswcnson, forwards; Packard and
Hjgtit guards, went through the sea-
pVith but one defeat and that, aft-
tSthe champion - h y had been decided.
Heth Weight, the fast and shifty
Hr. TJ. guard, was counted one of
Ktst basketball men this state has
'jKr produced. Hi wonderful ppeod
Vthe floor was no less than marvel
H even thouch he was traveling in'
Et com pan;
a swimming the P. Y. V. did not
Inuch of a showing due, largely
fact that the entrants had no
inlty to practice consistently. A
r leak, as was declared humor
by Director Roberts, was the
jol at hand in which the boys
ITRONG TRACK TEAM.
In the year, however, the "Y"
lack with one of the strongest
ind field teams the Institution
r had represent it
e dual meet held at Logan be
the Utah Agricultural college
to Brlgham Young university,
I won easily, and in the meet
e University of Utah was beat
r by the wonderful sprinting
o of the I'tah men. The trl
leet held in Provo late in the
roved to be one of the closest
ild, as the relay was left to de
ft standing of the throe teams,
diversity of Utah won first
ind the state championship;
ST. U. second: and the Utah Ag
Ird. . The "Y" had the best of
ument in the field events, and
eight not been injured in tho
t Loan it is likely that the
aid have won the championship
ch as be lost the broad jump
le could have taken had his in
eg permitted him to enter It.
the meet with the University
L Fred Markham, a "Y" man.
the state record in the hrlf
;BTTWitchell goes east.
Bftriy in the summer season Coach
'Twltchell went back to the Uni
Hty of Illinois in order to brush
Bbe the latest in football under that
Horned coach, Zuppke. The coach
B the great responsibility of pilot
Btccv team through a regular con
ace football schedule of six
BN, four of them being with the
Kitrongest teams in the confer
B including last ear's champions
BD as this year's champions.
Hit fall, Coach Twitchell got busy
BblR youngsters and began to whip
H into shape for the Utah Aggiea.
KVst team to be played. In splto
fact that all football authorl
fcredlcted from a 50 to SO to 0
the Infants went into' the fray
I FISH PLANTED
Pber Organization Takes
Big Advance Toward
f1 Better Conditions
jB?1 the way tho officers of the
iBp County Fish and Game Pro
B Awelatlon describe 1922. Tho
BJ7 county organization, the first
fBr nat.ii-.. ,,r,-, i the state is
Bcd with 'J'j other such organi
ln the tate which are co-op-.
W in the upbuilding of the fish
MWeber county organization dur
Past is months planted 450,
t Ej1"""" fr"Ia the suite hatch
l W 40.000 i . om tho go i rnment
BIr private ponds at Hunteville,
t&aNe 3 7 5. n u spawn
jBrl,ngs have been planted in va
B!Wr,'am.M in i..i.-n v:illey under
BBrvtsion ol Game Warden W
IBP Weber organization has 100,
H "ngcrllncra at the sjprlngvlllc
BBJJy which will be planted In Og-
fiJWLey in th(, oariy Hprlng.
palao planned to plant 1250 yel
B"'CQ at tho mouth ol Ogden can-
B. J",n'1 v'": noL '" opcn fc"
B rf two seasons, It Is stated.
Hkth prcsfnt time, ' men are
Brr" of the Weber County Fish
Bm" Protect iv association, ac
pBCf 10 E 1,. Ford, on. of the dl
Bti' 1 ,: embershlp drive will b
mBy immediately after the holl-
(Htn a 1000 membor.slilp rob- th-
Bi0r ""' l""1 OM lOblTS- Tho
t W derived from the memberships
Used for th.- taking core of and
M "1 fhh .Ki,l :,1mm (-r tho pro
Bi or Same.
jBrc,tr8 l'f tho organisation for 19-3
H rt-sldf-nt. A T 1. arson; 1c3
Bent- Janea O'Brien; secretary-
BHlTr' "harlH Gllmore These men
f,h- for,WnKi rrom tl- director
Br' b- Madson. Sam Josl and K.
ZSSEttL-scorlng a drp kkk
hS Ii . C,Cbamps- the flnal scoe
erv Lnf fe 3- While the "Y" 'oat e
Plaing of the infants was such as to
25fh admiration, at least, even
nTn WPre wop'y outclassed
SrJSL?J tho contests except that with
tS5 J Z be" ,he cowboys were de
feated at Provo. No opponent scored
B0 points against the intants although
tah came uncomfortably near when
fSJSS PilPd Up a 49 10 0 scre on
Cummtngs field. At the beginning of
t9rSM',V0aCh Twtchell staled
that should his team succeed in hold
ing their opponents to an average I
score of 30 to 0 that he would feel well
satisfied with tiie showing made The
average score proved to be approxl
mately 30 to 2. a little better than
the coach had hoped it might be
INFANTS SHOW CLASS.
Although the team as a whole was
outclassed one of the infants received
statewide recognition as a first class
man. That player was "Ike" Young
who was mentioned in connection with
Hurrin as being one of the two best
tackles in the state A coach from
the eastern part of the conference
placed him on the all-conference first
The freshman team of the Brigham
loung university proved to be an ex
cellent combination of speed and'
head, for sizo they did not possess.
These youngsters plaved football be
cause they liked to play and not for!
hope oi reward, for untli late in the I
season there was not a definite game!
Id sight Their first contest was that
played in Logan with the B. Y. C.
when they won from Crookston's j
splendid organization by a score of I
13 to C Later the Young frosh met j
and defeated the University of Utah j
freshmen, a strong aggregation made
up of Ott Romney's East Side stars!
of last year-, many of whom had never
SPPn ifpfent TVilo i l I i i .
Uliuij LIIUIUI'U WitJ
6tatc championship so fur as the fresh
man organizations were concerned
owing to the fact that no game with
the Aggies could be scheduled and
owing to the fact that the Aggies had
previously been defeated by the Uni
versity freshmen and the B. Y. C. Jun
ior college teams.
The year closes with the "Y" fao
ing a basketball problem. Simmons,
Swenson, Weight, last year"s two for
wards and guard have discontinued
While Ralph Keeler, last year's cr-n
tor Is ln school he will don the "Yr
suit reluctantly on account of trouble
he has had ln the past with his feet
and ankles. Packard, last year's guard
has not as yet been out to practice
and may not come out ln the future
on account of hie broken arm which
has never properly healed. In thai
case, then, the mentors must build an
entirely new team. On account of the
great variety of basketball material
that has presented itse'f, this Job will
be a pleasure even though no cham
plonshlp team may be developed. The
freshmen have put three splendid
teams into tho class series which
closed with the close of school before
holidays. All three of these organlza
tions, though defeated by the sopobo
mores, are excellent quintets and will
furnish much material for the main
Among those who are looking ex
ceptionally strong of the new crop are
Golden Romney, Bob Howard, Hollln
rA Kor.uur nnrl Wlnclf U.v all
6CI O-lAKl "'u . j ,
trying for center; Mcintosh, Reed
Swenson. Stewart, Groesbeck, Nlel
son, Kimball, Wilkinson. Owen Rom
ney, Stoors and a host of others equal
ly as good. In addition to these -:ew
men will be Gledhill, Packard, Part
ridge, Groesbeck and a number of oth
ler splendid old stars.
With the dawning of 1923, the "Y"
will look forward to a season of coin
petition of the best kind While no
championships are at present in sight
It is probable that the "Y" will be
able to furnish some good compel itiun
for the other members of the confer
ence, which, after all, is the great end
of college athletics.
While of course athletics represents
the spectacular side of tho physical
education department, the other recre
ational and cultural sides must not be
neglected. At the Brlgham Young uni
versity a great deal of emphasis Is
placed upon the activities of the physi
cal education department. Young men
and women are given training in gym
nasium work which will fit them for
teachers of physical education wher
ever they may go.
Besides the indoor activities, the
nhvsical education department fosters
a number of delightful outdoor excur
sions and outings, chief among which
are the sunrise hikes or the spring and
fall the boating trips on Utah lake,
the 'moonlight hlko to maple flat; and
the great Tlmpanogos hike in midsum
mer Last year all of these features
were especially successful. More than
NfteeO hundred people camped at A
DM ? grove on the night preceding the
Timoano'os hike last July, and more
SS U hundred enthusiastic hikers
registered at the top of the famous
m mountain. The coming year, since
tie new is pen grove trail is finished,
iSe numbers are expected to be even
rdWIeepmgP Slot tha other
ivUIm it expects to make a credit
iS ow . in Sft seven game., it
In scheduled with major teams of the
h S!2ffa the first of which will be
!33 RS cats of Mon,aua
on September 29
Post Season Game With
Arizona Closes The
BY RAY OLSOX.
LOQAN, Dec. 30. Just what brcaKS
have to do with collego athletics
has been the subject of much com
ment and nccordlny to tho concensus
of opinion dame fortune is the Invisi
ble power that wins and loses many
contests. Whatever the it.-ih Agricul
tural college has ever done to the fair
lady, dame fortune, Coach J-owull
Itomney nor anybody else here knows,
but she has wielded a biased wand
over the Farmers' destinies in many
Instances during the past year But
the Aggiea are still going and hav
The Aggies closed the 1922 w.ir
very auceeaafully in the big post-season
(tamo at Phoenix against the Tni
ersity of Arizona. Although they
lost by ono point. It was the unani
mous opinion of press critics and
spectators that the Angles had a far
better team than Arizona and out
played them. The fact that tho Ag
gies received an invitation to play
this game over all tho other schools
In the Rocky Mountain conference
and others ln the Pacific coast ana
Southwestern conference means a
trreat deul and tho fact that tha
Farmers rnado such a good showing
crowns the event with success
HAVE GOOD SEASON.
With practically a new football
team Coach Romney did very wen.
He won five out of eight pam s play
ed, losing to three of the beat tr ims
In tho conference. The biased hand
of fate u n stacked airalnst the Fjrm
ers in the pames that were lost.
The Aggies lost to Colorado Mines
19 to 0. but outplayed the Mines on
the field making more first downs
than did the latter. The following
week the Iogan c'.een traveled to
Fort Collins and met the Aggies with
three of the regulars home in Logan
duo to Injuries, and five more in a
bad condition to play this hard game
Ttah University beat the Aggies 14
to 0, but the figures on the gamo
showed the Farmers excelling In morn
of the fine points of the game. These
I'llnr; are nli-d to show that DtciC
Romney had a good team after all
Tho Arizona game proves this for
Arizona Is supposed to have the best
team this year, in her history.
EXTRA PERIOD PXiAT.
Basketball In 1922 was almost a
repetition of the previous year. The
Aggies won eight games and lort
three contests. The Farmers won
five games from collego teams and
lost three. They won three Rocky
Mountain conference games and won
three conference games. The Aggiea
lost one game to the B- T. V. in Provo
and won from tho Provtee, . stat-.'
champions. In Logan. The Farmers
lost both games to Ttah by two point
margins. Tho game played agalnat
t tah In Logan was ono of the grrm
cst hoop contests the stato has ever
heard Of It went three extra periods
with Utah finally winning by two
points. The Aggies had many op
portunities to win this game but a
little poor headwork robbed them of
a great victory.
Basketball prospects for the com
ing season are much better and now
that the I'tah collegiate teams are
going to play twice as many regular
league games, the Farmers hope to
win more. The scheme to play two
games where one has been played I?
ono 'Invented' by Coach Romney and
recommended by him to tho othor
KEEN TRACK MEET,
Track work last spring at the col
lege was successful and the Aggies
proved to bo as strong as either Utah
collego team but won nothing ln tno
way of meets In this stale. The stato
meet at Provo was won by the "U"
with 44 points The B. Y U. won
second with 42 und the Aggies third
with 40. A change in only one event
in which dop'.- was upset would have
put tho last team first. In tho Rocky
Mountain conference meet held at
Fort Collins, Colorado, tho Utah A j
gls scored second. Eleven teams
Were entered and Colorado university,
which entered more than thre times
which entered more than three times
the number of contestants tho Logan
ites did. won first place. This show
ing made by tho Aggies proved to
them to bo a great encouragement.
The Farmers entered the conference
meet without their captain and crack
sprinter. Louie Ballif.
Collegiate baseball was not played
last season ln Utah but the Aggies
held organization Kerles of games for
various teams at the college. Llghty
flve players participated in these se
ries of games and a great deal of good
resulted The Aggies expect to enter
a good team in tho collegiate league
Tho Aggies started wrestling early
last winter under tho tutorship of
George Nelson. well known Utah
heavyweight and Bee Hive itate
champion In that class. Unly one
competitive match was held und that
with the College of Idaho, which was
won by tho Aggies, 22 to 14. The mat
gamo made much progress at tho U.
A C. last winter and the Farmers are
ready to enter the collegiate matches
this year with a good team.
The Aggies won second place in
the state collegiate swimming meet.
The meet vuj more exhibition than
competitive, but the Loganltes showed
up well, considering their material,
WIN WET HONORS.
The Utah Aggie tennlH players won
tho Utah collegiate championship ln
t nnls last spring, making a whirl
wind finish to a close and Interesting
raco. This was tho first title ever to
come to the Aggies ln about seven
years of tennis playing among the col
leges The Aggies tied with Utah In
the regular games and tho tie was
played off on Memorial day at Ogden
with tho University of I'tah. The Ag
gies made a clean sweep of all evonta
agulnst tho "U". Tho members of
the Aggie team wore as follows: BUI
Merrill, captain, and Moso Rich, dou
bles: Glen Loveless and Bert Law,
doubles. Cy Hammond, singles.
Last year was the first year that
a five-man tennis team has ever beon
entered. It proved to be very satis
factory' to the Aggies.
An event Of importance In A. C.
athletic history was the annual cross
country run which was won by Chick
Hart, captain-elect of the A. C. track
team. He, broke his own record by
trotting over a two and six-tenths
miles course in 12 minutes and 4 9 t-G
Winning of Conference
Grid Title Is Best
BY TOMMY PtTZPATRICK.
State championships in swimming,
track and field, and a Rocky
Mountain conference title in football
are the spoils that have come to tho
University of Utah athletes during
the 1922 year Along with this Utah
I finished a close necond to the B. V
U. ln tho basketball race, losing a tie
for tho title through the failure of a
lone foul pltrh. The Utah tennis ar'
Ists also made a wonderful showing
and lost out In the playoff to the ;
tennis players at the Utah Agricul
tural college. Utah's record of tho
year just closed is a brilliant one for
any school and the Crimson athletes
have something to bo proud of.
With the opening of the 192 2 bnp
ketball season, the Crimson team fail
ed to get together for the opening
game and the "Y" athletes from
Provo put over a decisive victory. This
did not disturb the, Red and White
athletes ln the least and they went
right after their two games with th.
Utah Aggies and brought home boMi
contests, as well as a game with tho
B, V C. team at Logan The R. V
I met a snag at Logan and lost to
the Aggies. I'tah then went to Provo
to play tho final game. It was In
this game that Utah had Its chance
to tie for the title, when with the
score 24 all a foul was called on the
"Y" team with only 20 seconds !ef
to play. Utah missed the foul ami
a chanco for tho title, as the B Y. U.
played some great basketball in the
tra five minute period and whipped
Utah (or the 1922 title.
It was a great game and all of the
Crimson backers were well pleased
with the showing that was made after
such a poor start. Martin Harrl-j,
Mickey Oswald. Elmer Dean, Jim An
derson and Floyd Romney were tho
men who plaved their last basketball
for the "U" in this game and they
closed their careers In great style.
TAKE SWIM MEET.
Following tho basketball season, the
university water hogs had things their
own way and took the meet agalnat
the B. Y. U. and the Aggies easily. (
was the first stato intercollegiate
Holllngs developed a speedy hunch
of swimmers. The "Y" was handicap
ped for the lack of a swimming pool,
but the Provo boys worked out ln
i the. new Provo high school pool and
threaten to do things ln 1923, when
the meet Is held at Logan. Chrlsten
sen. Bolln, Orfon and Ivereon were
some of the Utah stars who mado
points for the Crimson aggregation.
Bob Officer and M el Gallacher wero
the mainstays of the Ltah tennis team
last year. They were playing their
first Intercollegiate tennis and did
well against thn strong Aggie team,
having tied with tho Aggies. In tho
playoff, which was held at Ogden,
tho Logan lads won out over the Utah
team. Teruils has come to stay in
the Utah colleges and things will bo
warmer thin ever ln this sport tTils
season, as the "T" will have some fast
racquet men to meet tho stars of th"
Aggie and I'tah teams
WI.V CLOSE CONTEST.
Tho 1922 state intercollegiate track
honors again went to the University
of Utah after one of tho most spec
tacular meets over staged. The con
test was held at Provo and It was
the second and third places which nut
Utah ln the position to win the meet
Jim Anderson, Herb Milne. Harol 1
Hutton, Reld Jcrvkes, Roy Wlrthlln,
Morgan Mercer. O. Smith, Moroni 01
sen. "Brick" Whitney, Harold Clarke.
"Brick"' Stevens and "Tub" Nation
all contributed along with Dean Hart
for tho honors ln track and field.
Never before were the threo teams
so evenly matched and when the time
was called for tho relay raco the
score stood at 39 all. Utah made a
bad pick and had to take track num
ber 3 on the relay. Jewkcs. Whit
ney. Mercer and O. Smith, the latter
having already won tho 100 and 22o
events, wero tho men selected to hold
up Utah's ond of the affair. Jewkos
held even with his man and thon
Whitney took the lead for Utah. M. .--cer
gained a little and Oscar Smltn
brought tho Crimson borne to another
track tltlo with a 10-yard lead over
Miller of the B Y. U . who finished
second over Lindsay of the Aggies
TAKE GRID HONORS.
Just to end up a successful season
for 1922. tho University of Utah ath
letes made up their minds to return
With tho motto "A Conference Winner
for 1922 ln Football" and all of th.
men donated to buy themselves an 1
tho University of Utah tho nicest lit
tle Christmas present that the stato
!nstltutlon has ever had. This wae
tho Rocky Mountain conference foot
ball championship for 1922 and !t
iiuiKieu m r i'i i inn wniiout a
hitch. The 1922 team was one of the
best that Utah has ever had and prob
ably will hav. for a long time Har
mony and unity were th.- keynotes to
the Crimson success and every lad
gave all ho had for tho team during
tho past season Out of eight games
played, the Crimson team won seven
,ui.l io.t the one to the Unlersli ol
Idaho at Boise. Utah defeated the
College of Idaho. B. Y. U.. Wyoming.
Colorado College, Boulder, Whitman
College and the Utah Aggies. The
Utah team put up u powerful defen
sive game and Colorado college was
the only conference team that scored
on the Crimson machine within its
own conference Nineteen points were
made by Idaho and seven by Whit
Harvey Hancock. Harold Clarke,
Harold Nation, Umll Jorgenson, Roy
Wlrlhlln, dhcar Smith, Harold Stev
ens, Phil Joppaon, Virgil Peterson.
Jimmy Moyk Kent Kvana. Honry
Hurrem Nell Smith, Hardin Whitney,
Louis Taufer. Reld Jewkes, Clare Ha
gen. Denzll Lee. c,;,n Wutklns ond
Vera Champion were the Crimson at.i
letes who played in most of tho Utah
games during the past season and It
1b these men who will be back next
season to try and win unother confer
ence tltlq for Utah. Hancock Is the
only man lost by Utah this season ami
Glen Watklns has been selected as
captain Watklns is one of tho most
popular men on tha squad and should
moke a wonderful leader for the team
Bvery Utah backer, student and
nthlete Is proud of the showing mad-s
by the Crimson In 1 922 and they are
aOM ready to put their laurels In the
trophy case and hit for othor honors.
They do not expect to play on their
reputation and every Crimson jersey d
'r"Ai from now on will be out try-
DEMPSEY WANTS TO FIGHT
O O O O O O O O o o o o
OPPONENTS BEING SOUGHT
ifsjL' HHL ' 'dV'
CONSIDERABLE glory Is featured by athletes holdlngVhamplonship belts
in tho sports world. In the fistic events this self game glory comes and
goes with the continual exchange of championships. One Utahn. Jack
Dempsey. is supreme in the heavyweight class in the boxing world. Demp
sey hoa held the title sinco he bowled Jess Wllllard over at Toledo ln 1919
and while he has had Borne matches since that time he has found himself
out in the cold with opponents as ecarce as livery in a livery stable Demp
sey and hlB manager. J;ck Kearns, however, expect many battles durin?
1923. The Utah mauler is anxious to again enter the padded ring. Is willing
to meet em alt. What will 1923 have ln Btore for him?
Ing to make 1923 a better year ath
letically for Utah than the 1922 sea
son. Athletle spirit at Utah has been
he-lped this year and the teams ln th
luture promise to be stronger and
better than ever before. The Utah
athletes have already adopted the slo
gan "A Better 1923 Team" and every
one of the boys on the hill are ready
to give all they have to bring this mot
to to the front as they did in 1922.
EAST HIGH IS
Leopards, For Fifth Time,
Capture State Honors
The East High school football elev
en, coached by Ieroy Warthman.
former Salt Lnko high school star,
won the Utah state football cham
pionship for the tilth time since 1917.
In 1917: Coach Tommy Eltzpatrlck
started the Leopards on their way
and finished up bis high school ca
reer by defeating the West high 50
to 0. After that season ho went
to the university ns successor to Nel
son Norgren. now assistant roach at
the University of Chicago. In 1919
1920 and 1921 Coach Ott Romney
followed with three more football
titles and ln 1921 ho captured Sho
Rocky mountain title from Colorado
Springs. Tho East Slders still retain
this title, as tho Port Collins High
school would not meet the Leopards
after defeating tho Colorado Springs
boys this year. Poach Warthman
has been U successful ns anv coach
at the East High school and has beon
ably assisted in his success by C.
Oren Wilson and Tye Simons, the
two assistant coaches These men
deserve much of the credit that Ettz
patrlch and Romney got at tho East
Side and will always keep the Red
and Black quint around the top.
while they are at the Leopard school.
Ufl 1 1 Mi II U I MIS
Although the Knst High school won
first honors, the Leopards were giv
en plenty of hard games. Granite
High school hit Its stride at the last
of tho season and played tho ball
that the critics had expected it to
play at the start. Oranlto had a
goo, team and was nbly coached by
"Shifty" Sotitherland Jordan High
school Was another school in the Salt
Lake division that had n big team
nnd sprung the hlg upset of the year
b defeating the Panthers, "who
played some good football. Roberts
was the outstanding star of the West
Slders ami Mclntyre had a number
of new men to go with him. Vadal
Petereon's saints pluyed better ball
bust year and the Qold nnd Blue will
be dangerous contenders for the hon
ors again next season.
The Logan High school had things
eaey in the Cache valey section and
gavo tho East Slders the loeeel
game of the year. Crowther was ont
of the big reasons for the Iigan
success and" It was his boot that kept
the v:n.st Slders uway from the Lo
gan goal time and again. He was
strong on place kicking also, but
failed to deliver In a pinch ln the.
East High contest. The Logan boys
played good ball throughout the sea
son and were probably tho second
best team ln tho state
oc.OEN Hi STRONG
Ogden High school Showed a well
balanced team and won out ln Its
division, but the state high school
committee chose Box Elder High
school to meet East Side in the ft.
nals on account of some eligibility
matters that were not eetlafactory.
Before playing tho East Slders, Coach
Kergeson'e men defeated Wasatch
academy at Brlgham City. The Wa
satch boys had earned this right by
winning in their division and then
by defeating tho Sprlngvillo High
school ln the play off in Utah coun
ty. Interscholostlc football last season
was better than It has ever been and
future competition promises to fur
nish tho fans with some real classy
high school footbull. Since the Brig
hum Young university has taken to
football at Provo, tho schools ln tho
southern part of the itate have been
building up their teams more each
' .ir and It will not bo very long un
til ono of the teams in the south or
the north will take the stat.- honors.
Ferguson's Charges Get (
Second In Football
BRIGHAM CITY. Dec. 30. The
yoar 1922 will go down ln the record
chart as one of the greatest ever ex
perienced at tho Box Elder High
school In every branch of athletics
the local high school athletes mado
an exceptional showing.
The basketball season was a big
success the local five tying with Weber
for division honors for tho Ogden di
vision title. Box Elder's defeats came
at the hands of the Weber and Davis
fives. In later games, the locals man
aged to put over a victory on their
At tho state tournament at Salt
Lake tho Bees were forced out of the
running in their initial game.
TAKE TRACK HONORS.
In track and field the locals won
the division title. Watklns grabbing
off first place In the broad Jump in
the state meet.
Box Elder lost to Davis at baseball.
8 to G, and later defeated Weber,
7 to 4 No division championship was
at stake, however, ln this line of on
The local footballers finished sec
ond in the state after being awards 1
the- Ogden division title when Daryal
Clark was termed Ineligible. They de
feated the Wasatch academy eleven
ln the semi-final game and later lost
to the East High machine, the Leop
ards winning the state title, giving
the Box Elder machine second place
in the state.
The scores for football and basket
ball Tor the season follow:
Box Elder 23, Davis 15.
Box Elder 31. Ogden 15.
Box Elder 16. Weber 27.
Box Elder 31. Davis 38.
Box Elder 42. Ogden 30.
Box Elder 39, Weber 31.
Box Elder 73, Bear 3$iver 5.
Box Elder 7. Ogden i.
Box Elder 14, Weber 0
Box Elder 19, Davis 0.
Box Elder 17. Wasatch Academy 0.
box i:iaer o. l.. v. s. zs.
Box Elder 0. East High 3 8.
xThls game forfeited to Box Elder
when O&den player was ruled In
Dishes mechanically stirred about
in boiling water and dried with hot
ulr will not convey germs, says a
UTAH CHAMPIONS IN 1922.
Basketball Brigham Young university.
Baseball Undecided. a
Track and Field University ol Utah.
Swimming University of Utah.
Tennis Utah Agricultural college.
Football University Utah.
100 yard dash Smith, Utah.
220 yard dash Smith, Utah.
440 yard dash Lindsay, Utah Aggies.
880 yard run Hart, Utah Aggies.
Mile run Hart. Utah Aggies.
220 yard low hurdles Taylor, Young university.
120 yard high hurdles Mortenson, Utah Aggiea
Relay Utah won, team composed of Smith. Jewkes, Whitney
Shotput Partridsre, Young university.
Pole vault Weight, Young university.
Broad jump West, Utah Aggies.
Discus Maeser, Young university.
Javelin Croft, Utah Aggies.
High jump Young and Maeser, Young university, tied.
Basketball Lehi High school.
Track and field West High school.
Football East High school
100 yard dash Benton, East High.
220 yard dash Fainey, West High.
440 yard dash Crandall, Springville.
880 yard run Hoggan, West High.
Mile run Kump, East High.
880 yard relay West High, team composed ol Williams, New
man. Farney and Carmen.
High jump Dalley and Lunt, B. A. C, tied.
Pole vault Woods, B. A. C.
'Shot put Co, Ogden High
Discus throw Cox, Ogden High.
"Javelin Carmen, West High.
Broad nimp Watkins. Box Elder High.
Xev state records established in these events.
I'I l lie CUIMpULHIUU I I r IJVCll
around the northern and Sxilt Lake
division ln tho past, but the last sea
son has brouRht out many good teams
III thO Othor HOCtloilM nf the Mt.lte,
where the boys are taking kindly to
the football sport.
The 1922 season has been a good
ono ;ind I lie .state high sc hool offi
cial; have been highly phased with
the wuy that the high Behoolu havo
handled It. They have put some
mlk'hty hard work back of It nnd
i em well repaid for their efforts.
Weight of nlr inhaled by each ln
illlduul daily Is more than six times
tho weight of food and water con
Goats .ire widely raised In Mexico,
and their flesh constitutes an Import
ant item ln the national 6Wt.
The Commercial Amateur league of
Offden had a mighty successful set
son during 1922. according to Presi
dent Al Hestmnrk. eight teams being
listed in tho competition. A series of
f6 games was played during tho year,
together wltb tho post season series
The Kred If Nye team won tho I
championship for tho first half of !
tho season while the Elks wero Ac
tors ln the play for the second half.
In the play-off tho N'yc team won
the flrat two r-.i mes dropped the next i.H
two and finally won the fifth and de
elding game. All except one of th
games ln this series w?re closely con
tested. When the season closed after all ' I
expenses were paid, the league netted
better than $100 according to Presi- B
Qamea were played on the new field
at West Ogden and at Lorln Farr
A fleeting of the league repre
sentatlves will be hld ln the Imme
diate future at which time plans for
1923 will be outlined and offlcere
elected for tho new leuoo.
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