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*A6E SIXTEEN IN grean^red 500 Points by Win wuertSng 250 Mile Auto Race fZTu Sunday. to Mrs ado West flab5rt8 •with Jon of. Va]g Ell 41 Tue Od* it wl Angeles, March 6.—Tommy winner of the 1921 national fl6wert,jway championship, today was wivccpow*ffHSfr points toward the kota 3 title and $1,000 prize money as sisted result of his victory in the 250- Mrs. race at the Beverly Hills speed ter J- yesterday. XakOtiiiton, whisking: his mount around YOurigfoowl for an an -m, qr]-j if^,^ ^.M.'^ 1 «u average of 110.8 hour, jumped into the lead 8fls°n ,ie first lap and held that position Baer, ughout with the exception of a R®-®* circuits during the middle of the ™1. .when Ralph de Palma, famous 'an pilot, crept out in front. Jie veteran Italian, however, went aJ?®.?of Npith AVhO •progr piano" the competition in the 151st POUR NEW LOCATION ^rd Floor of the J. E. Sandlie, Inc., Bldg. (Formerly occupied by the Overland-Doyle Co.) -AUTO PAINTING rk --BY- Expert Refinlshers WhoTake A I Pride In Their Work Painting, Enameling and =RefInishing Automobiles, Etc. COME CP AND SEE US B. CHRISTIANSON & SON Cor. University Ave. and 3rd St. 3rd Floor J. E. Sandlie, Inc., Bldg. £_TKE '^T A J? S® S:c--"-w,• .i*.T lap With a broken piston.. j. Jimmy Murphy, winner of the French, grand prix last year, was the second driver to finish, his average time for the 250 miles being 109.2 miles an hour. Harry Harts won third place Frank ElliottK fourth Kddie Hearno, fifth Joe Thomas,, sixth and Eddlle Miller, seventh. Miller, the jnan in the field after the first six had crossed the finish line, was flagged. Pletro Bordino, a recent arrival from Italy who had been regarded as one of the dangerous contenders for first honorc, went out in the 139th lap with motor trouble, after he had treated the crowd of more than 50, 000 spectators to what was claimed to have been the fastest lap emMr ne gotiated on a mile and a quarter track. HOPPE TO TRAIN IN ST. IXUIS. St. Louis, Mo.—Willie Hoppe, who will attempt to regain the world's 18.2 balkline championship from Jake Peterson said he would aid in con ditioning Hoppe for the championship match and that a physical trainer also would be employed in putting the for mer champion into shape. Hoppe held the title for sixteen years. UNIVERSAL CAR PtHyaenpparfnMMMcfc Unm •r, iwxlnd Compare It with any other car either 'open or enclosed, point for point with oat even considering Ae hundreds of ^%^|thousands now in use or the extensive V|Seryice Organization back of your pur ha an a re ha he Sedan represents a motor car: lvalue ^^that cannot beequalled anywhere. F. O. B. Detroit dtnoantnbim rimm, m*trm rim, aad «fl anod Compare Motor Gtf Values 'l^HINK of a Ford Sedan with starter and demountable rims—a reaSy high-class car having all the comforts .and conveniences that go along with an enclosed job—selling for $645 as take you for a ride -in .ooe.%\: iV/cXtfe- %, Moore Automobile Co Qtmnd Fodo' nl "JPv Kv •/'Wy' N, Dafc FOR CARNIVAL Expect to Come Through Track Meet With Stand ing Among Leaders. Madison, Wis., March 4.—Wiscon sin will be represented at the Illinois indoor track carnival March 4 by strong entries in all events. Veteran track men will make up the Badger squad, which expects to come through the meet with a standing among the leaders. RHS'VS*! Notre Dame, handicaps the four-mile relay team which was counted on for a win. In the other three relays, the mile, two mile and medley, the Badgers will have experienced entries. Spetz, Johnson, Stolley and I.' Wade jnake up the mile team. The first Schaefer. Jr., of Chicago, in a 1,500- three are all "women in the dashes, be held in Sioux Falls, & D- this t_^ J- .J. nvi tr AM AO wnllo Woilo ia O VkAIITAAffMAM 1M ... ... ..f' .. «. point match at Chicago, March 27 28 and 29, plans to train in St. Louis for at least ten days prior to the contest. This announcement .. was made by Charles C. Peterson, local billlardist, who accompanies Hoppe on exhibition tours. Spetz, Johnson, Ramsay and Wall in the medley event are one of the fastest combinations in the confer ence. Each of the 'men has won his letter in the distance he runs and each is regarded as a leader among conference track athletes. Spetz and Johnson in the dashes, Ramsay in the half-mile and Wall in the mile arc depended on by Coach Jones to place high in the event: Captain Knollin has been chqsen by Coach Jones to compete for indi vidual all-round championship honors. He is entered in the 75 yard dashi and the 75 yard high and low hurdles. I Dale Merrick, who won the confer ence pole vault last year, will enter the event at Urbana, while Wall, who won the mile race in the 1921 confer ence meet, will again be an entry in the 1,000 yard and 1,500 yard runs. Besides Knollin in the hurdles, the Badgers have Stolley and Hewell, both experienced men. Platten and Gibson in the high jump are counted on for places with Sundt and Capen expected to score in the broad jump. Sundt, who placed third in the con ference last year, will again put the shot for the Badgers. I The loss of Finkle for the re mainder of the present season at least, breaks up the well-balanced Wis consin team that would otherwise have 'been available for the confer ence^ during the present year. He was counted on as a sure first place man in the two mile, having won the conference cross country race and recently broken the indoor Wisconsin •two-mile record toy nearly three seconds. OLD TRTSTATE RULES ADOPTED BY CONFERENCE North Central Intercol legiate Body Could Not Better Them Chandler Believes More Schools Will Approve of Baseball The representatives of the seven mid-western colleges and universities •which formed the No^th Central In tercollegiate Athletic conference in St. Paul on February 21, adopted practically as the" stood the eligibility rulings of the old Tri-State conference which went out of existence following the war. Prof. Chandler, rep resentative to the St. Paul meeting from the University of North Dakota, stated that after, much discussion as to eligibility rules1 they were unable to improve on the old ones to any appreciable extent. Prof. Chandler said that all the schools were favorable to summer baseball and in adopting the ruling permitting an athlete to play semi professional baseball to defray his college expenses at this time, he be lieved the new confernc was siting an example that would be followed all over the country sooner or later. Freshmen May Play. Regarding the freshman ruling, which would bar first year students from competing on varsity teams, Mr. Chandler said that some of the representatives thought that it might be a good thing, but when the propo sition ^ras gone into further they oome to the conclusion that it would not work for the best interests of the schools due to the fact that none of them were large enough to take such WELDING WILL REPAIR IT General Automobile Repairing OXY-ACETYLENE WELDING There is no experi menting at your ex pense when you have us dothe welding. We know liow—we give resuhs that will stand up. The first cost g^Let us show you. is the last on all work handled by our shop. Grand Forks Welding Co. tiMtf ndmmi7 -v: 1 f-^ V* TM while Wade is a newcomer who is spring if any were held at all. The Bhowing speed. In the two mile relay,, matter is under consideration at the Ramsay, Wade, Hollfeld and WUlwH make up the team, all of them men with experience, except Wade. steps. Tha ]opal man said that as compared with the rest of the colleges in th^ conference. North Dakota could standaruling of that kind aa well as they ciould, .but he did that It would be conmei some .time. not-believe •red arain for Population About Even. 'According' to what data can be se cured on the schools which re rep resented in the conference they com pare very closely as to size. Creigh ton. University haa a student popula tion of 1,111 Morningside, 1,006 South Dakota University 97.2, South Dakota State College 1,023 North Da kota University 1,200^ NOrth Dakota Agricultural College 1,023. No figures on Des Moines University or St Thomas College are availably Marquette, Notre Dame and' Michi gan A. C., all invited to join this con ference have. entered a still newer organisation which is being formed in "Big Ten'_' territory. Prof. Chandler stated that it was his belief that the University of South Dakota wiould join the North Central conference for the pete with the schools in the other. He said also that he would not be surprised to see Hamline and Carleton seek admission before long. May Have Track Meet. It was the opinion of the professor that the conference track meet would present time' and will be the only activity within the new conference until next. football season. The official copies of the articles of organisations have not yet been re ceived from the office of the secretary, but Prof. Chandler said that as far as North Dakota was concerned the approval would be but a jmatter of form. MIAMI RACES HAVE $10,500 ADDED MONEY Toledo, O., March 6.—An innova tion, in Grand Circuit racing, will be introduced at the opening meeting of the Grand Circuit at the Fort Miami track here (July 10 to 15, when the eight stakes to be raced at the. meet will carry $10,500 added money, ac cording to an announcement by offi cials of the Toledo Driving club. While the stokes will be for the same classes as were raced here last year at the opening meeting, all of the events, except one .will carry added money instead of purses. Never before has the added money plan been tried on the Grand Circuit, with the exception of the sweepstakes, but it has proved successful in the west* and some parts of the east and word has been received, by the local driving club, from some of the lead ing reinsmen of the Grand Circuit who expressed themselves as heartily in favor of the plan, which is expect ed to result in more money for each race than under the old scheme of purses offered for the early closers. Pygmies recently discovered in the Belgian Congo are only 4 feet in height, and very like apes in appear ance, yet they neither lie nor steal, and will marry only one wife. t' »5 ,.. i!i *0' Will Put Up the Greatest Purse Ever Of fered Fighter "'V Would Also Hold Two Other Championship Bouts At Same Time New York,-Mar. 4—Harry Fra seo, owner of the Boston Ameri can league baseball (dab, an nounced late today that he had offered Jack Dempsey 9350,000 to defend his world's heavyweight boxing championship against Harry Wills, negro heavyweight. Saturday, September 2 was men tioned as the date, the site to be selected later. TWO OTHER BOUTS Tn addition to the Dempeey Wllls bout, IVazee said that ho was ready to/make suitable offers for title bouts between Benny Jjoonard, world's lightweight champion, and Ijpw The sum offered Dempsey for the Wills., match Is $50,000 more than he received for his battle with Georges Carpentier at Jersey City last July. It is the largest individual purse ever offered a lighter. BATTUE IN EAST If Dempsey and Wills accept, Frazee said, the battle undoubt edly will be held in the east and out of doors. Boyle's thirty acres at Jersey City, where the Demp sey-Carpentier bout was held, and Fenway Park, Boston, the home, of the Bed Sox, were suggested as possible sites, providing the permission of the state boxing authorities could be obtained. No offer has yet been made to Wills, Frazee explained, but add ed that if Dempsey's signature to a contract was obtained. Wills would be offered *«a sum large enough to induce him to sign for a boat which won Id give him a chance at the world's heavy-, weight title. Some rivers of Siberia flow over ice many years old, and almost solid as rock. A. tributary to the Lena has a bed of pure ice more than nine feet thick. 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Jhb® marine birds that poise themselves a hundrea feet above the water, close their wings and with beaks open dive head fore most into schools of small flsh. finish ed a golf game hor«j recently one down." The Coffee Pot course is along the shore of Tampa Bay and on the eleventh hole is a small brackish lake All Makes of Batteries are Welcome Some drivers of cars hot equipped with Willard batteries think they ought to go to the seiyice station that sold the battery. Not at all! The safest rule is to go to the place that gives you the best attention, has the most skilled workmen' and seems to be most on the job—the place that deserves the title of "Battery Headquarters". That's the kind of battery station we have always run and always expect to run. Come in and we'll show you how near to 100 per cent we are in skill, courtesy and promptness TOM McGOEY Everything Electrical 15-17 N. Third St Tom McGoey 1 AevS*S dropped with closed his wings, terrific speed, and gobbled it. Grand Forks, N. D. H. F. Corrigan Representing Willard Storage Batteries I* 1 i".l il if I I ILh.