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REPORTER
The defeat, of "Sailor Jack," in two
straight falls, ait Minot last winter by
North, put the Minot fellow into the
North's Challenge is
Called--Thanksgiving
Eve Card Schedule
Joe Novak Hears of Challenge and Covers Amount With Agreement
Between Two that the House Receipts Go to Winner—
Season's First Wrestling Class to be in Armory
The fuss which B'. North of Minot,
claimant of the middleweight wres­
tling championship of the state kick­
ed up in Bismarck Monday night,
when he stepped into the office of the
sporting editor of the Tribune and
placed' $2*) with a challenge open to
Joe Novak, the home-guard, has been
called. The show down comes on the
evening of November 29. The event,
which will open the wrestling season
here, will be staked in the armory.
The time, 8:30 o'clock.
Novak Gets Wind of the Challenge.
.loe Novak, who during the summer
months has been traveling with the
Cash Carnival company, meeting as
many as eight men a day and having
a season's pedigree which shows that
only three men succeeded in staying
with him more than 3 5 minutes, re­
turned to the Capital City last Wed­
nesday. Novak was in the new Van
I-forn hotel, where he is making his
headquarters, when friends showed
him the article in the Tribune. It
was too much for the sporting blood
of the home pride. He threw on a
big coat, whirled around the corner,
dashed into the Tribune office and
slapped down $25, 'calling the North
"pot" and offered to go into the match
on condition that the winner should
take all. That was agreed upon.
Some Bout is Predicted.
"Some bout" was the prediction
made by farts when they heard that
the two men had been matched. Fol­
lowers of the game know that North
and Novak are evenly notched* both
in size and weight. Both are fast,
can sail on the mat and give action be
which the fan wants. Most wrestlefs closes,
go into the. game on a 25 or 7" pei
cent basis, ,but this bout is to be for
the house receipts. It means work.
it means »iight and it means that the
spectators will see every ounce of
good sporting blood tosted before
Ihem. That's the menu for the
Thanksgiving eve card in Bismarck.
Men of All Walks to Attend.
In the mass of spectators who, no
doubt, will attend the first. card of
the season, one is apt to see men of
every walk of life in Bismarck—state
and county officials, professional, bus­
iness and laboring men. There never
was a man yet who could step onto a
mat in Bismarck and have the local
following that always turns out to see
Novak, the home "boy" tipped Rob­
ert Wagner at Wilton last Wednesday
night, in his first match of the season
in his home territory. Tonight he
grapples with Alex Bean for the best
two out of three falls at Wilton.
B'ean is a partner of Tony Bernard,
the South Dakotan, who is making
Jamestown his headquarters, for the
winter, and will meet A1 Otiies there
on Thanksgiving afternoon.
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public eye. Since then he had been'Tu,lins
tipping all comers with ease. Six bouts McLeod
were staged in ..Vltnot last winter with! Oppegard
North as one of the principals. lie Flora
won every one. On these victories he
nfakes claim to the middleweight
championship of North Dakota.
Whether it belongs to Minot of Bis­
marck—whether it belongs to the
northwestern part of the state or the! (Fitzgerald
southwestern—that will be decided
definitely and decisively here Thanks­
giving eve.
Following the match at Wilton to-
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night, Novak stated last night, he svill
cancel all engagements until after the
North grind. He will go into train­
ing here to defend the title he holds
for the southwestern part of the state
against that ofthe northwestern.
North's Father in City.
North's father is in Bismarck. He
came with his son. The -pioneer sport
fiend hugged as large roll of bills
the night the $25 was flashed as his
son. The elder North's sporting blood
was iboiling. He was anxious, yes, so
anxious that he might have purchased
the armory in order to see his son
jump and struggle with Novak. The
father is staying at the home of his
daughter, Mrs. William Wilcox, 1200
Broadway. He was a happy man this
morning, when he learned that the
two men had agreed.
It's Minot Vs. Bismarck.
Thanksgiving eve should be a great
night for a match. It means a"trowd
that should equal, if not surpass,'Shy
that has turned out for a wrestling
matcty in the western part of Ahe
state.' Walter iMiller of St. Paul, now
defending himself in Montana match­
es, for the most part being at Billings,
has been known to get a crowd wher­
ever he hangs his lid, ,but it is doubt­
ful if Mr. Walt coula begin to strike
up so auspicious flirtation with the
sporting element of Bismarck as will
the match between Novak and North.
It's Minot against •'Bismarck. It will
decide who has the right to covet
the title oiLthe middleweight cham­
pion of the state. There seems to be
many sporting the title. A few pust
weeded out before the season
MIES
SECOND CONTEST F10I
MllS CITY BUS
Defeated Cheyenne River Team
By Taking Three Straight at
the Valley This Week
(By a Special Correspondent).
Jamestown, N. D., Nov. 22.—The
Blackstone bowling quint returned
fr^m Valley City today after defeating
the Valley City pastimers three
straight in their match played on the
Pastimer alley Monday evening. The
local pin-spillers proved too strong
for their opponents and in the three
games rolled piled up a total of 2,705,
winning by a margin of 304 pins. Th«
scores:
Valley City.
160 155
134- 1G5
155 161
173 181
134 187
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Thanksgiving Card
KELLOGG AGAIN HEADS THE
PROMOTION GAME FOR YEAR
Interest in ^Wrestling Not Going
to Wane as Long as -Kellogg
Gives it Wing Protection
The prestige of Jamestown as a
wrestling center, in North Dakota
promises to be upheld again this win­
ter, due to the clean promoting on
the part of Frank Kellogg, prominem
real estate dealer of that city. Kol
'logg and Bailey promoted the wrest­
ling game in Jamestown and while
it is not as fascinating as other lines
of sport, nevertheless these two. i.ii.en
worked it up to a pitch wlijcij the
public began to appreciate and: would
attend.
Thanksgiving, Card Booked.
Kellogg has booked TonjT Bernar:
South Dakota champion middleweight
and A1 Otnes of Fergus Falls, wfs
ern Minnesota pride, for the Than*:.':
giving card which will opeji. he y.-rarf,
ling season in Jamestown'. Rotii" Oi
a a a
their class. The latter will W.o
Jamestown his training !',i(ja ,aiier
for the "winter. The mat el, boil 1
for the afternoon of Tliankspivinj
day. Every indication now point:-, to
a big attendance with a rush for. re­
serve seats as soon as the reserva­
tions can be haijL
Women at the Matches.
"You might realize how interetsed
Jamestown was in wrestling last
year," said Kellogg recently to a
newspaperman in Jamestown in com­
menting on the season of 1916. "We
had women at our matches and some
took as much of an interest as the
men. I firmly believe we had some
of the cleanest matches ever staged
in the northwest.''
With a big armory as the place,
Jamestown sport fans find themselves
well equipped to have good matches.
And under the promotion wing of
"Dad" Kellogg the game is not going
to suffer in that city.
Winner Might be Seen Here.
Pending the outcome of the match
between Otnes and Bernard, it is
very possible that Bismarck fans Will
be given the opportunity to see jtbe
winner in action here. Both are
middle-weights and "princes" in the
line of clean sports.
BISMARCK BOWLERS AND
JAMESTOWN MAY CLA8H
It was announced here this after­
noon that arrangements are being
made lor a match game between the
Jamestown bowlers and the Bismarck
team, to be played here. The date
has not been definitely fixed, but cor­
respondence to this effect is now be­
ing carried on. A return game in all
probability will be played at James­
town.
ATHLETIC COLLEGE MEN
ELECT FUND CUSTODIAN
(By a Special Correspondent).
Jamestowh, N. D„ Nov. 22.—Mem­
bers of the athletic college met Mon­
day evening and discussed the out­
look for the approaching basketball
seasoq. At the meeting Paul Craw­
ford was elected treasurer for the en­
suing year. The meeting was an-en­
thusiastic one and indications are
that* the coming basketball season
will be bigger and better than those
of pa$t years.
DOBIE, WASHINGTON
COACH, MAY YET WIN
It look* now as though Coaeh 4
Gilmour Dobie's football team at
Washington university would 4
finish another season without a 4
4 defeat, which will establish a 4
record for coaching that may be 4*
shot at for many years to come.
With the finish of last season
when Washington went through
undefeated, Dobie won his elev
enth straight championship,
eight at Washington, two*, at
North Dakota Agricultural school
and one at South High school*
Minneapolis.
Thmgs looked black for Dobie
4+with
BISMARCK DAILY TRIBUNE
Scoop All •'JUp^Has- A Regular Team
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The old armor has been taken down
and ducted, the. army mule has been
Ktii.v^d on oats and the navy goat, has
had his horns sharpened. At Annapo­
lis lhcy rei'upe to believe that the
army is io repeat this year.
ies & i: QlipLiant and Vidal, flanked
bv 'itoi
-[p.*:.,(ierhardt and McEwan
t'o not I.fld th'o slightest fear for the
navy. declare no one ever saw
dor tftvc up to advance notices
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Ralph Landis. of Jamestown Col­
lege, Falls Down College Steps
After Extinguishing Lights
By Special" Correspondent)
Jamestown, ND., Nov. 21.—Taking
-his arm out of a sling for the first time
yesterday after having the collar-bone
broken in the Wahpeton Science foot­
ball game, Ralph Landis had the mis­
fortune to break it again last night.
He had attended a party in science
hall at the college and was feeling jufo
ilat over his recovery and the use of
his arm.
Upon leaving the hall, it became his
duty to turn oil the lights. In going
down to the first floor he slipped on the
staJtt and fell with his weak arm un­
der hint, breaking it again in the same
place.
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For Greatest Football
Classic ofthe Year
Annual Conflict Between &e Marines And Landp Men to be
Played at Polo Grtuiufs Saturday—Coaches Take Their
Charge* Into Secrecy of Locked and Barred Football
Fields, v.,, ,,,
fj^CRIMSON SQUAD TO LEAVE TOMORROW.
Cambridge, Mass. Nov. 21.—The Harvard football management
announced today that the Crimson squad, which will go to New
Haven for the game with Yale next Saturday, will leave Thursday
morning. The Harvard players plan to work out in the Yale bowl.
The last home practice today and tomorrow probably will de­
termine the final makeup of the eleven which will be started
against Yale.
New York, Nov. 22.—Preparing fofr
the annual, conflict at the polo
grounds army and navy football
coaches have takeij their charges in­
to the secrecy of locked and barred
football fields, where today will open
the most strenuous practice of the
season for Saturday's battle.
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Attempt will be Made at Purdue
To Organize for Higher Ath
letis Standard
Lafayette, Ind., Nov. 20.—A cam
paign for better football at Purdue
university is to t* instituted by Cleo
O'Donnell, head coach of the boiler
makers.
part or the plan is to hold
a big mass meetiat of alumni afteir the
Indiana game oa November 2S, and or­
ganize the graduates to work for a
higher athletic standard. The various
alumni organizations: from Maine to
Washington wQl be asked to encour­
age football players of ability to attend
Puidue.
"The trouble withthe Purdue alumai
is that they never had anything, to do
but criticise," O'Donnell'said. "Now,
I am going to pat theti to work and. in­
crease their Interest in their amia
mater. Purdue is entitled to a wln
ning team and4 am going to give it a
winning team."
"POP" RIDERS tO RETURN
THIS WEEK FROM WES^j
The trio of motorcycle riders, made
up of "Speed** Johnson of Fargo,
"Shorty" Thoftpsen of Moorhead, and
"Wild Bill" Espo of Crookston. Minn.,
who have been making a circuit of
fairs in Montana, Idaho and Wyom­
ing during the! past three months, wih
return to Faigp at the end of this
week."
The "POP" riders have had a great
aeaso^.4 lohpsoh returns with the
Montana state record in his posses-
sjoa
early this season, but he whip-^. -when he clipped the circuit off
ped a team of new men into in 1.07 three seconds under the pre
shape and so far has won every yious
game prospects of ending
the season undefeated.
establishing a mile, mark at Mis-
Seat sale fldtf on for popular con­
ceit at Auditorium tomorrow night.
when the army and navy football
teams meet.
The navy will have a set of green
backs to send against the army. Rob­
erts, a former Colgate player, is the
only experienced one of the lot and: he
will have. alongside hip Welshell.
Perry ^nd Ingram. These- men have
seen some tough games but their
youth may tell. Qliphant and Vidal
the two star performers at West
Point, comprise as nearly as possible
a two man football team- Given a
football and a set of signals, either
is capable of meeting and outrunning
half a dozen of another good team.
Vidal is a fast runner and if- he e.ver
breaks away from a first defense: he
has a bad habit of breaking up second
defense for a touch down. Qliphant
is a. fast runner and ajgre?t passer.
Both are stars at kicking field goals:
(United frees.)
Baltimore, Mr.v Nov., %%•—Expecta­
tions that the railway brotherhoods
and the American Federation of La­
bor would amalgamate were dampen­
ed today, when Chief Stone in ad­
dressing the sessions here today said
they were not allied because jurisdic­
tional disputes were imminent.
Colds Cause Headache and Grip.
LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE re­
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N. P. BOWLERS ANXIOUS
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Members of the Northern Pacific
bowling team are already predicting a
victory for themselves in the approach­
ing game to be played Saturday eve­
ning against the members of the Soo
who last Saturday von two out
of the three games. The return game
for this reason will be watched rfith
much interest in bowling circles here.
The game scheduled to have beep
rolled last night between the high
school and The Tribune w«s called
off and will he played Thursday.
CHILDREN DRUGGED
WHILE MOTHER
WAS MURDERED?
St. Jdseph. lMo., .Nov. 22.—The three
McDaniels children were drugged.
This is the reason they did not wak­
en wlien the mother was being mur­
dered in"an adjoining room, according
to the state's contention in the iMc
Daniels murder trial.
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