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I V Saturday Morning, November 18, 1922 THE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW Page Three RINCETDN-YALE IS BIG Gil OF EASTERN FIELDS SIX PACIFIC COAST TEAMS WILL GO INTO ACTION IN CONFERENCE GAMES; ARIZONA WILL PLAY N. M. Evenly Matched Tiger and Blue Elevens Expected to Stage Spectacular Game NEW YORK, Nov. 17. Witli Yalei and Princeton in the leading drama, boars football will stane another host of spec taolcs on eastern gridirons tomorrow. While the Tiger and the Bulldog grapple nt Prlnwton, other contests of scarcely less interest will bring to peiher Harvard and Drown. Pittsburg and Washington and Jefferson. Penn State and Pensylvania. Colgate and Syracuse and Dartmouth and Colum bia. Victory in several of these games will hinge on the mood of the pig skin gods- This is particularly tme of the Yale Princeton contest. In no roepect does one team stand out as strongly superi or to the other, and as was the case Jn the Princeton-Harvard clash last Saturday, the human equation thej fumble or the brilliant individual feati may tip tho scales. SAN FRANCISCO. ; football teams of the i conference go i'lto action against each other tomorrow, but it is doubt l'ul if the games will l.ave any bear ing on the 1922 championship race. which practically California for the cession. GREB'S RIVAL COMES FROM GOOD STOCK Nov. 17. Six I victories and no doit tt? and will he i Picific Coast ,1,'u witn . aiiioinja :or ursi piaee ia., been won by third year in su- ST. PAUL. Minn., Nov. 17 Jimi Oregon, howevr. jr.ctts Washington : neianey. me hm.l i at Seatile Thanksgiving dav and the west, who is shortly to meet Harry; Huskies are out to boat their old I Creb. comes from lighting stock, i Dolanev happens to ue a second' and Stanford. BIG CROWD TO VIEW IWIS CH1GAG0 Gl J weeks of prepani ion to stop tho , CADETS DEFEAT N- M. drives of Captain Will aras and Gib-j ROSWKI.!.. N. M.. Nov. 17 Wi'h 'son, the crack I'itduer halfback. The ; the soi e standing 7 to i against them jgame promises to be a thrilling ex-j at the - 1 I of the Ihsl hall . I In- A.ie ' i liibition of open play and advance j football team limn State College, N. indications point to a capacity crowd ; M., loday inCned on the Cadets from of 42,030. j tho New .Mexico Military institute Iowa, 1921 champio": of the "big here and won. to ,. ten" will meet Ohio State for the; ' first time tomorrow and the Ruck-; rivals. Washington stingkig from defeats of a week ago meet in the Stanford stadium. Down in Pasadena. Idaho a id the uuui emnui in j""" i i nrpp iames or wesrpra t.nn The champion P.eikiley team has a university of Southern California, breathing spell on its schedule as the two "babe" members of the con Nevada is coming (io-vn to take its j ference, clash in a game which the annual football lesson from ference Expected to Narrow the: soul hern Trojans expect to win by I using straight football. The Idaho One of the northwest's traditional : andals, however, are still the "dark pion.ship possibilities think of heavyweight champion of years ago.j It s u rn Viic mnthfr's side 1h;t Tim des cends from Heenan. she being a cou-! Competition For Title sin of the former title holder. Jimj appears to be capable of upholding thej CHICAGO, Nov. 17. Three unde prominence of the Heenan line in ring, feated contenders for the western history. I conference gridiron , championship When doping out Delaney's cham- will risk their chance against dan- j "big games" vallis between the'gerous opponents tomorrow ia games scheduled for Cor-: horse" team of the conference and first half of his signature. James J.; which probably will narrow compe- Orecon university I may force the I alifovnians to ex- How outstanding it is m the history' tition for the title. and the Oregon agricultural college. tend themselves. For two years these teams havej Other far western games include! played to ties. If Oregon university Arizona meeting New Mexico at! wins it will have three conference Tucson, Ariz. I nnrnmnDP nm uiumiuiiij nnui B ADJOURN; I McClusky Appointed! as Private Secretary j by Governor-Elect rHOliNIX. Ariz., Nov. 17. Henry Declare Conference Has Made!8- ciusky of president of Pi r i- r 'he Arizona state federation of la rogress and believe Der- ; ... . ? i-ii bor and prominent in Arizona labor .4...v, j)0li,i0al (ir.les for will 3 nf- Princeton, with sensational victories nurxr.n vnv 1 7 m- the Asso- over Chicago and Harvard, is a team! 'Tho , conference governor-elm be private tried and ready for the closing battle of the season. The players will enter the contest confident. Yalo will opposo Princeton with a team which appears to be the best that has represented the Rlue in several years. Although defeated by Iowa early in the season, the Elis showed flashes of unusual power even at that time and have indicated a steady in crease in strength and football re sourcefulness in each succeeding game. Princeton will be in the position of utilizing everything she has in the way of plays and strategy while Yale will always have in mind that must, face Harvard a week later. Next in interest to the Yale-Princeton game will be the meeting of Wash ington and Jefferson and Pittsburg. W. and J. with its record of victories years, George W. P. wnen the incoming executive several secretary to of the game, James J James J. Jeffries. Furthermore, the front name of every heavyweight cham&ion of the past 100 years, with contests the exception ot Hob starts with the letter "J." There is John L. Sullivan, Jack ! Dempsey, Jack Johnson and others. All of which might be taken as anotli- Hunt i er forecast of the entrance of James ! Chicago must triumph over Illinois 'on Stagg field, Michigan must take Wisconsin fnlo camp at Ann Arbor, j and Iowa must conquer Ohio at I Columbus if this trio is to remain on top of the heap, tomorrow night. However, in this season of upsets, 1 "big ten" followers will not be sur I prised if one of the unbeaten three ! is relegated to the, losing column I for the final games o' the season Corbett and 11 weh- 1:1 ,r- Each of tho three games is ex pected to Uovelop into 'bitterly fought "Mi. c'ose scores. Illinois Fitzsimmons, anu t-hiosis-u. traditional gridiron foes! always wage a desdate battle, and tomorrow's pontes', will be no ex ception. The Illinois eleven, wlrtch sprung the sin prise of Tie season by defw.irg Wi-t opsin, 3 to 0, eyes, defeated three times this sea son, are expected to wage a last ditch fight to thro"v the lowans out of the running. The Hakeyes, how ever, appear to be the stronger, and are favored to win. More than ordinary interest is at tached to the gamfc J-.eiwecn Notre; Dame and Uutler at Ini?anapolis to-1 morrow. Neither team has been beaten. The Putlr eleven, which j is coached by "Pat" Page a former university of Chicago star, has hung up eight straight victories, including :i triumph over Illino'.; at the start of the season. For Golds, influenza and as a Preventive Football Results j Dos Moines U 13; Dubuque 7. j Lombard 7; Knox 0. College of Idaho IT; Idaho Tech OLD TIMER IN BUSINESS J. E. Hrown. an old timer of Bis bee and Cananea has definitely lo cated in Lowell taking over the bus iness formerly owned bv J. C. Hens-ley. Take ip rf Ii7iiminniii rnnl nnerntors and! i office January one, Mr. Hunt an miners representatives meeting here; . . nounced here tonight, in an effort to arrive at some basis ... Mr. McClusky is also a member for conducting wage negotiations of exocutive board of thp inter. January voted to adjourn until Dc-j national union of mill and smelter comber six tonight without arriving , workers. He is a native of New York at an agreement. state, having attended school in Gos- John L. Lewis, president of the j hen. He camo to Arizona in "1912. United Mine Workers of America: Tn announcing the appointment and P. II. Pennay of Terre Haute, Governor Elect Hunt said: Inu.. and ouerator who acted as cTTairmai of the conference. the following joint statement when confidence in his ability and loyalty. th"e meeting adjourned: i Resides being an acomplished jour- TTae joint commission of operators nalist he has done much construc- sheanu miners has devoted itseit cut-1 m e work in Arizona politics, always igenily to the matters for which the: for the greatest good for the great- orMivoiit ifin fnnvpnpd Sohnie sub-1 eel- nil mher " stantial progress has been made and Mr. McClusky was a supporter of J. Delaney into the list of pugilistic stardom. Delaney, like Georges Carpentier, week ago, will bo primed to upset the Marooas if possible. Every seat has been soid for o;orrow assuring began his ring career as a bantam. Heianolher clow'1 of 3:.0o0. ( began fighting at 17 years of age and ancmgan eieyen. has graduallv outgrown each class un-wlu" "ils no1 Dtea scoieo on mis til he is now a full-fledged middle-1 season, is ready for a bruising con test against Wisconsin. ine Han gers will take the field with the hope of eliminating Michigan as well as evening up the score between the two institutions. Out of the seven T Annn;n.l M. T..Ml,.,.i ... i i n-njnn.tu .til. ;uwiubhy its ill issued private secretary because I have CRIQUI WINS BOUT LIEGE, Belgium, Nov. 17. Eugene i Criqui . champion bantamweight of j Europe, tonight knocked out Ren Cal-! icott, in the send round of a bout I here. . The First and Original Cold and Grip Tablet The box bears this signature 30c J weight and seems destined to shortly enter the heavyweight class. Mike Gibbons, who has looked after the development of Delaney, says that ha forvlu j.nnfiilon? ttinf IVia vniinuotor will some day win the title now held contests between these rivals. Mich hv Tn,a- iv.mnv vw i trt Jsan has won four, two went to Wis consin and tho 1921 name ended in a 7 to 7 ti?. by Jack Dempsey. What is more to - the point, Mike says it won't take very many years either to turn the trick. tHer are grounds for believing that : Mr. Hunt's candidacy both in the No- unbroken for the last two and a half! can at a latter day a definite program j September primary and in the be agreed upon by representa-; vemher election. years, is a most formidable foe anditives ot tne operators anu miners, j. Aitnougn the appointment is ac should win. , ' Hi order to give additional consider-, credited to Gila county, where Mr. Penn State is to meet Pennsylvania ation to the matter in hand the com- McClusky claims residence he has Penn State has a more consistent rec-jm't'ce had unanimously agreed to spent the greater part of the last ord to date, but Pennsylvania althoup' i take a recess until Wednesday De-, two years in Phoenix on account of erratic, showed remarkable fomi in i member six when we will convene; his official duties with the Arizona defeating the Navy. If the Quakers i again in this city should hit the top of their stride again : I T" tomorrow. Penn State will have a hard and uncertain battle. Harvard, if represented by its first string players, should defeat Brown, but with the Yale game just a week away she is-not likely to play any' - 'state federation of labor. Continued From Page One harder than is necessary to hold a I small but safe margin. i Colgate will undoubtedly give the! SULTAN QUITS TURKEY j enactment" of the measure, and the - . statement by Chairman Lasker said (Continued from Page One) , tile ta T,:.ver hppn ePn;ntr big Syracuse teum a slashing battle1 begged the general to make it clear; biggest line of humbug and bunkum but a victory would be more or lessi that he was not abdicating, of a football upset. ! . Dartmouth appears too strong Columbia to overcome. that could possibly be handed out" at the hands of opponents of the measure for Shaefer Defeated by Belgian Champ in Cue Tournament I CONSTANTINOPLE, Nov. 17. By ; i the Associated Press,) It is reported j ANNOUNCES NEW PLAN here that the Angora government i (will make formal representations to j tContlnued from Page One) i Great Britain for the return of the sultan to the Kemalits that only the great bly of Turkey has rect the sultan's movements and do claring that he must face.trfa? as ordered by the government. e iciui u ui nit- ( the J(art of lea(lers was Visibiv Dn 'ts- P";tinS out out during the world war. if. a pr national assem-j Inary ,reparation necessary to authority to t.i-, Qn to 8U(,cess once WP be(.ODle ir the part of leaders was visibly brought prelim- car ry nvolv- ed in war should appeal to every bus iness man. "It is regrettable that a greater num NEW' YORK, Nov. 17. Edouard Horemans, the Belgian. defeated jane Shaefer, world's champion, by the tally of 500 to 321, in the ninth same of the 1S.2 balk line billiard cnampionship tournament tonight.! tne title holder was careless and a bit slouchy about his billiards at the start. This proved costly, for Horemans, by wonderful masses put together runs of 144 and 111' that fmothered the champion, who went down to defeat for the first time since he won the title form Hoppe a year ago at Chicago. Horemans average was 37 1014. and he also had runs of 73 and 55. Shaefer's average was 22 12-14 and his best runs 167, 45 and 38. CONSTANTINOPLE. Nov. 17. (By the Associated Press) Rafet Pasha the Nationalist governor. has sent a message to Angora urging immed iate convocation of the great nation al assembly to select a new caliph. The most likely candidate for the caliphate is considered to be Abdul Medjid, cousin of the sultan and heir to the Ottoman throne. Nebraska and Kansas Aggies Will Meet in Momentous Struggle KANSAS CITY, Nov. 17. The uni versity of Nebraska and the Kansas Aggies, unexcelled in the Missouri val ley conference, meet at Lincoln, Neb., tomorrow in what may be the deciding championship battle of the season. The Corn Huskers are conceded the advantage in weight and experience. On the basis of comparative scores, the Aggies are doomed to defeat. Drake, another undefeated confer ence eleven, is scheduled to face Grin-! nell at Des Moines. The Bulldogs have J triumphed over Kansas, Washington! and Ames. . Grinnell is near the bot tom of the percentage column. Missouri meets Washington univer sity at Columbia. Kansas, Oklahoma and Ames will play non-conference elevens. The Jayhawkers meet the Universi-I ty of Colorado at Lawrence. Coach! Clark plans to start an entirely new lineup against the Coloradoans in an ! effort to conserve first string material for the annual Thanksgiving - grarne with Missouri. " ' Oklahoma will meet the Long Horns of-Texas at Norman in the twenty-; second contest between the two uni- vrsities. The game will mark a re-' sumption of football relations broker ' The Wolver:v-s, as a result of be ng idle last Saturday have had two Make Cuticsra Your Daily Toilet Soap Clear the pores' of impurities by daily use of Cutlcura Soap and oc casional touches of Cuticura Oint ment as needed. They are ideal for the. toilet as ia also Cuticura Talcum for powdering and perfuming. luifli talk T nt y ltotl A4drtm: "Cvttew Lak ntarln.Dcft.31F. Ujkld U.Uyl." Sb4verj tthrrr 8Mp2k. OinUMOt2&160e. Taicam 2oc. Cuticura Soap ikirn witkout sms. SEE SUCCESSFUL PACT (Continued from Pace One) I ber of business men with vision do not ; make the sacrifice and enter public! off ink1920, when Oklahoma entered i j life during peace and give their coun trymen the benefit .of practical busi ness experience in the management of both national and international af fairs instead of leaving these duties to the professional office seeker and the political soothsayer. "In strictly military service, begin ning with the revolutionary war, the army has received an average of important call every year and a half the Missouri valley conference. Laundry 'Scrub' Is Winner of Trophy NEW. YORK, Nov. 17. From the shafts" of a garbage wagon at fort Riley, Kans., a chestnut gelding dub bed "Submersible" bv a buck pri- ! of its existence and besides foreign jvate who-some times drove him to Tanlac Put Him Back On Job Says Davis "I've never been much of a hand at praising medicines but I can cer tainly say something good for Tan lac'said Geo. Davis, llo Naglee hi., Saa Francisco, Calif. "I had a bad case of potomaine poisoning and it came pretty near laying me out altogether. For three months I was in an awful condition and suffering constantly from diar rhea. I became weak all over and was going from had to worse. I tried everything I knew of but it was beginning to look like nothing would ever reach my case. "Then, a friend of mine recom mended Tanlac to me. And it's a fact, four bottles have made a clean sweep of my troubles and built me up to where I feel like a new man. I am working every day now when it conies to recommending Tan lac I can't put it too strong." Tanlac is sold by all good dm; Ciats. wars, its services include the suppres- to guarantee peace in the troubled re-- sion of rebellion, insurrection, conspir gions, but on behalf of tho president! acy, uprisings and Indian wars from it was strongly declared that under no Shay's rebellion in 17SG down to Vil-J conditions would the executive, even la's raid on Columbus, N M. . in 1916. if it were within h's power, utilize thej During all this time the' army has military forces of the United States stood as the bulwark of American li,b other than to defend American rights, erty and has protected our homes, and The president was represented as un-i our firesides. ' ableto understand the contradiction "Even now conditions here at home in the views of those who believed! are such as to indicate the necessity of some reliable force to guard against unseen influence at work in ourSv'erj midst. Many societies mostly of for- ! eign origin, are avowedly bent on the i overthrow of our institutions and the j replacement by some vague soviet or communistic theory which already has , destroyed more than one government. These designing elements receive en- couragement from a portion of our own people, who, laboring under some hallucination, cry out for disarmament i on our part, foolishly thinking that i the world would follow. Others are led astray by propaganda. All such ; tendencies are dangerous. So we real j ly need this small loyal army of ours, j not alone as n nucleus but as sonie ' thing that can be relied on in a pinch." that the United States had duty to per form in. maintaining the peace of the world through maintenance of mili tary forces in every troubled area. SHIP SUBSIDY PLAN (Continued from FaKC One) tion can be disposed of by March 3 when all bills die wiih the end of the congress. The Democrats already have; declared indiv idually and through -t their organization in t he last cam-! paign almost solid' against the meas ure and a large number of Republi cans have made open declarations of war against it. j The senate commerce committee ' i expected to report the bill promptly but not until after extra session lapses into the regular December ses sion. Considerable amendment of the and j bill is expected in tho senate commit tee. President Harding, it was reiterated; today at the White House, will stand solidly behind the effort for prompt ! a post laundry wagon, leaped into fame at the National horse show ; today as a blue ribbon winner, cap-; turing the coveted Ambrose Clark! cup championship for chargers. The event was a competive test for j army horses ridden by officers in j full equipment. . ( j Major John A. Barry had the mount on Submersible. Other .honors have ; fallen to Submersible at the show, j including the dight weight champion-1 ship for chargers and. the challenge j cup for armv' saddle horses.. ! B URNS Cover with wet baking soda afterward apply gently V V A RO R u Q Cktn 17 Mil'lnn Jan fU Y-.-lv Pale and Thin I- Many feel unequal to the f daily task. They are profie I Ito frequent colds or coughs, or are pale and thin. What I is needful is rich, nourishing Scoffs Emulsion of pure vitamine-bearing cod-liver oil, to help strengthen and build up the vital forces of the body. Build up resistance dailu Scott Ik Bnwne, HloomSrM.T. J. ?2-:.1 ( I Here at Last ! Today From 1 to Ur Central Sunday, Monday Like Samson HeToreThe Brutes Jaws Asunder roaring mfkxtama of the Frotfn North TTCQE W8W Edith Robots A NORMAN DAWN PRODUCTION DON'T MISS IT SPECIAL SALE TODAY Women's 12 An 1.1 Imm a resses .50 This remarkable lot of All-Wool Dresses are made of the first quality Poiret Twill, Tricotines, and Homespuns. 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