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EVENING SDfflOM.
FEATURE OF
Draft, S^ven Game World's
Series and Other Matters
Given Little Attention.
New York, Dec. 12.—Manhattan,
exclusive scene ol the last world's ae
rie* In baseball bubbled again today
with chatter of the national pastime
and blinked its eyes in a whirl Wind
of diamond dust.
Barney Dreyfus was talking about
Third Basemban Stock as a good addi
tion to his team 'and intimated that
he would pay a pretty penny for him.,
George Gibson had a few "things to say'
about .Traynor, the young shortstop
recalled from Birmingham of the
Southern association last fall and it
was gathered that the Pirates would
n't be,-averse to letting "Rabbit" Mar
anvill# loose if they could do so in a
trade.
Onbs Want Second Backer.
Bill-Klllefer and President Veeck
let it ibe known that they would like
a good second baseman, a good third
Backerjand maybe another man-
In tine American league ,every club
seems' to be after players.' For in
stanceJoe Schepner, the third sacker
down in Louisville, an American ks
sooiatton town.is spoken of highly and.
may (^purchased this week by one or
otherbf the cliilHH-all, according to
the club that has the most money to
spend".
President Hockey of the American
association and Jack Hendrix, the In
dianapolis manager, had conferences
with .some of tjhe, leading moguls of
the majors, but their talk was for the
most part' regarding the prospects for
a banner season in 1922.
Notre Dame May Still
Play In California
SanDiego, Cal., Dec. 12.—The local
football committee handling arrange
ments tor the December IS game here
in which Centre college and Notre
Daine were expected to play until
Notre .Dame cancelled the game Is
hopeful, following the receipt of sev
eral telegrams, that the football clash
w)U be staged as originally planned
Only $ tew minor details remain to, be
settled .to clear up the misunderstand
ing which arose, it is said.
Ales^pdria High May
,S Play Eastern Team
Alexandria, Minn., Dec. 10—A foot
ball game between- Alexandria High
school,' claimants to- -the high school
championship of Minnesota, ana East
Tech /High of Cleveland on either
Christmas or New Year's day ait some
intermediate city -was suggested by
Coach H. Ei Roese of-the local school
today in reply to a telegram from/E.
C. Frost, athletic director of Bast
Tech.
It was originally proposed to stage
the game in Cleveland, but today's
advices stat«d that arrangements
coqkl .hcyt be made to bring the Alex
andria •team there. Mr. Frost offered,
however, to play the game in Minne
sota, If suitable arrangements could
be made.
"Weather conditions in Minnesota
led Coach Roese, to suggest some/ in
termediate point', he said.
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Owners, managers, players and Offl
cials, gathered for the annual Na
tional, American, International and
Joint major league meetings, launch
ed into conferences that were expect
ed to result before the end of the
•week, in a series of -trades arid pur
chases that would place many stars
and near stars in different uniforms
next season.
The International league meeting
got under way today.
The majors facing peaceful sessions
were making a great deal of trades
and purchases and giving little atten
tion to such subjects as the draft, the
i. proposed seven game world's series
suggested by Judge Landis, and the
high prices asked by th* minors for
their performers.
In the Market tor Players.
The Cubs, the Pirates, the Brook
lyn* and the Braves and nearly all the
other National league club-owners and
managers announced they were in the
market for players and were ready to
talk business. The Yankees and the
Tigers were together trying to arrange
a trade and'cash deal whereby Bhmke
and Veach would come to New York
and the Reds appeared to be negotiat
ing with officials of several clubs.
Garry Herrman, president of the Cin
cinnati blub was chuckles and^-smlles
when he discussed the .Groh deal.
Garry thought that he had just about
made the best deal of his career and
Pat Moran, his able manager nodded
absent.
Following are the team
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and the individual averages of
leading players in the- three
leagues:
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BOWLING!
The Johnson bowling team in, the.
Senior league lead with hlghi scoriae in
the single ahd three»»ame event* on
the Wilde alleys in the play last week.
The high score of 11 was made for a
single game and the three-game high'
score ,Was 2)645. Brohtnan lead in
dividual payers With a high SCOJT.6 of
247 and- a score of'68S for three
games.
In the Commercial league the Odd
Fellow bowlers rolled high game of
the Week by totalling $72 pins and the
Sibells took high three-game honors
with a taotal of 2,414 pins. Common
had high game for the week with, a
score of 208 and Myhre lead for three
tames with„a total of 557 pins.
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Individual Averages.
Games. Pins. Pin Ave.
Player.
Common ......... 4
Metcalf 30
Seifert, Geo., .27
Gardner,, L. S. 27
Surprenant ...... 27
Myhre ........18
Dryden .......
Ryan
Seifert, D. ....
Shore
Saul
Sehoults ......
Reading ......
Hamilton .....
Johnston, V.:A.
Gavin .....
Team.
Henry Motors
Wilde
Rcfbinson ...
Herald
Johnson
Nash 4Bros. ..
Individual Averages.
Name Games
Brislan '.... 24
Wilde 24
Sibell, Fred
Geist
Sibell, Frauk
Leikness .. v.
Quinn
Bentley ......
McGowan ...
Thompson
Clare
Schuyler
McDonald ...
Morton
Berget
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7
7
14
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15
Troy Laundry ..... 23
Hotel tMcotab ..... 23
Wilde"Alleys ...... 16
Trepanler Pharmacy. 16
Company "M" IB
Johnson's 11
Arman's Sweet Shop 10
Int'l Harv. No. 1 6
Pet
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.767
.533
.533
.500
.367
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INDIVIDCAli AVERAGES.
Oames Pins
Farish SO 6526
Sibell, Fred ..... 29 6315
McGoey, Ton ... 27 4945
Nichols 17 3054
Kontos 2$ 4992
Myrand ......... 30 6254
Brohman .... .1.. 18 3141
Sandbrink 24 41
Young 30 5209
Stewart 30 5209
Hanson ..... .. 27 4S77
Finch .. ..... 30 5139
McOowah
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new
20 6178
Brace, D. R. .. 30 6173
Bolton .......... 30 61(8
B'acon 30 6168
COMMERCIAIi LEAGUE
W. L.
Am.- By. Express ... 22 8
13
R. O. Dun Cigar .. 17 13
Occident 14
B. P. O. Elks .. 13 17
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Odd Fellows .... 13
Park,GrAnt,Corrlgan 12
Int'l Harv. No. 2 .. 10
4371
4312
2794
4132
4123
Ladles' Bowlini ague
.Total
Pins.
12,354
12,110
12,120
11,-951
11,715
11,312
2904
2418
2706
2342
In the session Saturday afternoon
In th» High School league the Mc
Neil quintet took/three games straight
from the Loughlin crew on the T. M.
C. A. alleys. Following are the team
standings, Individual averages and
scores for Saturday's games in the
High School league:
nigh
School Bowling Jjeagoe.
Team Played W. L. Pet.
Thompson 12 8 4
McNeil 12 6 6
Loughin 12 6 7
Odland 12 5 7
Player Played
Wallace 9
Schuyler .' 12
McNiel 15
Gaulke 24
Loughin 18
Turner 6
Barnard '. 15
Allen, R.' 9
Thompson 12
Urdahl 3
Hofto u.... 6
Hunt 6
6
12
Smith ....
Odland ..
Gibson ...
Boe
Allen, Joe
Farmer
Fillatralt
6
Ieoghln Clnb.
Loughin ... 173 151 183
Schuyler *... 190 144 166
Medwlck .. 171 142 188
Barnard ... 142 148 114
Dummy ... 169 146 1*»
Totals 845 729 895
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McNeil .... 135 •182 173
Allen\»R. .. 163 164 141
Oaulke .... 287 -808 187
Dummy ... 171 167 158
Wallace ... 167 160 180
Totals 868 886 788
LEGION QUINTET
READY TO TACKLE
OPPOSING TEAMS
After a week of hard praotloe the
Grand Forks American Legion basket
ball team is now ready to clash with
other teams throughout the state
and in Minnesota. '^Dutch" Houser,
university football and basketball
star, is coaching the team and play
ing on it.
The squad has ttpen practicing at
the university gymnasium. The prin
cipal contenders for positions on -the
Quintet include Bhelven, Robertson.
Sinclair, Patten. NilllS, Griffith and
Houser,
Acoordinit to Coach Houser, there
U'Tobtn tjor a. number of 9ther basket
.'ball !,pla|iBr%^to wprk out with th»
tea^A and any men ln the city inter
w*- ij thi same ar« asked to dom
.inunicata.ivith him at the-University
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Whi}« ho definite gunes have been
scheduled for the team AegoUatlonS
utmy'f.way tor games'with sevetal
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Milton Will Win Champion
ship For Year Because of
•'f Points Given Him.
Francisco, Dec. 11.—Jimmy
Murphy, San Franslsco pilot, winner
standings, of the French grand prix last August,
the won the 25(f-mlld International sweep-
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speedway here today. His.tlftie was
2 hours, 15 minutes and 11 1-2 sec
onds.
Tommy Milton of St. Paul /was sec
and, Eddie Hearne placed third. Har
ry Barts fourth and Ralph do Palma
fifth. ...
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At times Murphy's speed was 113
miles an hour and his average for the
8-10"miies
0id
Pet.
.733
.567
.567
.533
.433
.433
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an hour, is a
world's record. The old mark
was 109 7-10 miles an hour establish
ed at the Los Angeles speedway last.
Thanksgiving day.
Ave. The
mark was made by Eddie
184 HearneT
183 Milton's second prise will win htm
183 the national speed championship for
179 the year, race' officials announcing
178, that he had won enough po'nts, with
176 those awarded for Second place today,
174 to give him the laurels.
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BOWBELLS GETS
High School and Inde
pendents Open Season
With Wins
season's schedule follows:
Dec. 9—Flaxton at Bowbells.
Dec. 16—Bowbells at Stanley.
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.417
Avg.
157
156
155
155
149
149
147
143
142
137
135
135
133
131
127
125
120
116
106
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Bowbells, N. D., Dec. 10.—Bbwbells
opened its basketball season Friday
night in a double victory, the High
school defeating Flaxton by a score
of 28 to 6, and the City Independents alumni association, and John Haycfen,
171 taking the Portal city team into camp chairman of the athletic commission,
164 by a count of 43 to 9. will appear before the regents.
161 The high school have practically
159 a new team this year, but from 'the
156 way the players worked together last
155 night, it is easily predicted that Bow
165 bells will be able to hold her reputa
154 tion against other contenders for the
northwest district title. Quite*a heavy
schedule has been worked out to date,
but a few dates are' still open. The
Dec. 17—Bowbells at Mlnot.
Dec. 30—Bowbells at Alumni.
Jan. 6—Keamare at Bowbells.
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Jan. 14—Minot at Bowbells.
Jan. 21—Bowbells at Flaxton.
Jan. 27—School of Forestry' at
Bowbells.
Feb. 4—Stanley at Bowbells.
Feb. 10—Open date.
Feb.-17—Egland at Bowbells.
Feb. 18—Bowbells at Donnybrook.
Feb. 24—Bowbells at Kenmare.
March 3—DonnybrOok at Bowbells.
The Independents should have one
of the strongest organizations in ithis
part of the state, ahd this is all the
more indicated after the one-sided
victory against the Portal quintet last
night With Lund and Taylor work
ing,at forward positions and Coleman
at center, there will be an offensive
combination worked out which will
be a hard one to beat. Although the
team has not done much towards a
schqflule, it Is intended to play a full
season, securing games .. if possible
with ..such teams as Mlnot, Donny
brook, Kenmare, Stanley, and possi
bly making a trip as far as Valley
City.
Tale 1922 Football
Schedule Is Changed
New Haven, Dec. 12.—The Yale
,1922 completed, football schedule,-, as
(announced today, has two contents
in place of those announced tenta
tively in their schedule given out last
week. They are Carnegie Tech and
North Carolina in place of Vermont
and Tufts,
BARK NAMED CLUB PRESIDENT.
Chicago, Dec. 10.—james Barr of
Milwaukee was elected president of
the Lake Michigan Yachting Associa
tion at the twentieth annual meeting
here today.
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Coach Fridjon Thorleisson is work
ing dally With a squh,d of from 12 to
15 men of the Model high school
rounding a team into shape for the
first #ame Of the season next Friday
evening with .the Bgelund high quin
tet at Egelund. On tile 21st of this
month Model high will meet the
Grand Forks high school quintet on
the Y. M. C. A. floor.
While the majority of the material
at the university high school is some
what Inexperienced the coach hopes
jEo* get a good fast aggregation play
ing together in the next few weeks.
Captain Campbell is taking care of
ohe of the" guard positions on the
quintet in a likely manner while the
bther is 'being handled in a good way
by oiafson. Allen and Ambrose are
the leading contenders for the center
position.
.There are four likely looking can
didates out' for the forward positions.
Lund, Martel, Griffith and Wild are'
the main contenders for this position
and all are making a strong bid for
One of the two forward positions.
Regents Of "U" 01Minn.
To Hear Recommendation
For Athletic Department
Minneapolis, Dec. '12_.—The recom
mendation of the Minnesota aliimnl
that a department of athletics be cre
ated at. the University of Minnesota
will'be submitted to the board of re
fenta at their regular meeting at the
president's office at the univereity to
morrow morning.
Representatives of the alumni as
sociation will urge that the regents
will create the department without
delay leaving appointment of an ath
letic director and "other details at
tending the Inauguration of the'new
system for consideration at a later
date. E. B. Pierce, secretary of the
Los Angeles—Vernon's wins post
itason baseball series by defeating the
Mission team of San Francisco.
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SUPERVISE INTER
SECTIONAL GAMES
Portland, Ore., Dec. 12.—All lnter
sectional football between eastern and
Pacific coast teams here after will be
arranged and supervised by the Pa
cific coast inter-collegiate conference,
under the terms of a resolution.
adopted at a meeting of the confer
erice'here.
SOUTH SIBERS
OUTOF RACE
Davis Hall Quintet Wins
Right To Meet Alpha Phi
Teg/m
The Alpha Phi and Davis Hall bas
ketball teams in the Women's Cam
pus league will clash in the final game
of the tournament on Tuesday night
at 7 o'clock in the Women's gymna
sium as the result of the Davis' Hall
quintet's 8 to 4 victory in the semi
final game yesterday afternoon.
In one of the fastest gaihes of the
tournament Saturday afternoon the
Davis Hall quintet eliminated the
South Side team by an 8 to A score.
Hana Jacobsoh, Alice Holt and Phyl
lis Evens were the most brilliant/ per
formers for the winners while Marion
McMillan and Marie Nordmarkin
played exceptional games for the
losers.
Christine Huber was the largest
scorer for the winners and shot two
field baskets. Florence Hulsebus and
'Sybil Malm each shot one. ".Evelyn
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partment at the university, refereed
the game.
Following were the lineups:
Davis Hall South Side
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