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NEWS OF THE SPORT WORLD
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SERVE TO FLINT
e Gosse 1 o f Baseball B
So'esd b, Arfca" Sol
diers m War.
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esse
m it » bco»i
- -ry After the *i_- rb ti,»
• :•*-.* f<g fi» - it w.S
fagbai IYa.'»-* kfciîT i-jd
wmr-*+ by hargg j tccçiaca- la ,
w ta* f :r
Oti î W L Re a r i ftrsoiy .rt*ueseb«d .*
ti- of :*3pci C.« cf tip* b.r
d « «tf fk* (««ttMM %rrum ti- viler
SHIREY REMEM3ERED BY
UTAH FOOTBALL CHAMPS
Cc-anrh 5> rey cf tke r-g£ *■ eit * .*
I® a rere*y< '/ » »»left tA/ frees Tief
OpJ-' twgk eri»x nma-th* ie*rr. be J
p»L- it Uat U'-kb Ww»cftr>ttitic iuV.
bt -±*~- Tb« fob bx»
* dam uteebed hi »h» form of » mir. -
ix* 2r* xtk) «Mi foar Lai— with tbt en- j
grx rag. Utadi yiuo;«r® !IU
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ATCUATTE
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FR ECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS
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S l ' 3 T è= Nov < !
««th "*0* EST b&sê ■
^ UE.LO. Pa.Ec« '
", ^c*. S ft Sc T'
PlAV WCC^EY?
uim:
"'1
Li team won an i
'air? Devens
" lefeatel by
soldiers «u rr.ply
n the Niu.
LEAGUE PLAYERS NOT
BARRED FOR WINTER
BROWNS ANGLING FOR
TWO OF MACK'S STARS
suit fi*
SUBSCRIBE FOR THF POST
INJURIES HANDICAP BUTTE
ELEVEN IN BILLINGS GAME
Wisher. Star Center. Wrenches ^ ne i e ,.?? 1
out of uneup. u P
Mevers is N<
uut of Lineup. Lippincott is III and Will Not Make the Trip.
Capt. Meyers is No Condition to Play. Shirey Looks for a
Hard. Close Game.
The Dutte high school <
greatly handicapped in the
j Billings high which takes :
j Saturday. Ftsher. the su
r-.-uie it possible for V -
score against Bose mar.
blockloff a punt on the ' •
f 'iB| over for a touch ; »
injured in practice last • -
not be m the lineup A K*
kr.ee may keep Fisher .
throughout the game Sat -ni
Lippincott, who hr.« Ne
cuard and one of the :
- ■
F . '.lir.g*. He Is suff < r~s
trouble due to a kick
came with Great Fa «
been gradually de. • c
p*runds He has beer,
physician.
Captain Meyers is .- v
rot play The friant ..1er
«'even is still suffering :r
kr.ee received in a scrrrrr
M.ssoula came. If he j -
m 1ÜS
strot. g brace. Coach n
day that Meyers nu'
frame simply to bolster
of the eleven.
«Minst !
game a*. ■
the
Saturday by
ird Une :
as so ha
dehne» >
.rg at
r-j. to
k. lney
in the
•t has
c 15
A I
' may
minors will follow
™" TPM
E!e»sett Not Certain North
vsestern Will Get to Go
ing in Spring.
v&seball cot
itnor league
or ItM,. - ■ «
the reduction of a player
R .. B.twett of S*...
the Northwestern Leae.
- . ha ruling vr._
•* Jd fve a serious Tttv
He wi:d that other ie.i
the cream f the |»i»y*r>
is»'-ion ai.d w... e - dqn, i -
-e* l ad taken
r r.\ h>® organ
ic Lh*m.
New Tort >
tree witch bet
O Dowd here
saw the Las:
VT3U» :he ckwe*of '
Mr • «-®<v4 Mike
MAKES MINCEMEAT
OUT OF AL MTOr;-
, 1
in New T rk
knocking M
nd of a sched
: *he ,
:
,.rir, flpl -
t a rapid pace,
e punished McCoy
ikiis and short left
o the head.
In the fourth bet
*•'•«*»>• wi,h ***
*d won the fight
the
uied -round miU.
the h<hting all the
ir -he hrst three rounds
1 r'ght
ashes
men roughed it.
»n four time® ar.d
an vas twice, but
time while McCoy
— to six seconds,
man ai! through
had McCoy cover
save himself. In
v-ard landed a right
. r.g McCoy down
Arain he swung his
-. ng a count of
McCoy to the floor
. ieft hook. T> e
•f- re the Brook 1 r.
O Dowd crowded
•rft. agasn sendir g
of three. llcC- y
to hi® feet, ard
n* with a hard left
• eh: swing to the
Last round was
THE HONEST GUIDE
bu> « crepe and
ill be taken to Bill
! >ns* »» »««•*•« Coaeh Shirey and
Stu&€nt Manager Griffiths. The lineup
.1 probably be as follows: Selway, left
,v..d: Farrell, left tackle: Davis, left
guard: Farmalee. center. Kirs-hen right
end. Meyera or Adelstein, right tackle.
Stevens, right guard McDonald, quarter
hack: Zundell. left halfback: Nelson, right
halfback. erase, fullback. The substitut»
rill
ake the trip
Kisht
LV»lan.
The eligible list of the Billings team as
received by Coach Shirey contains -°.6
.
fering under, lue to injuit^f players,
Shirey realises that his men will have to
extend themselves and for this reason
he has been putting the hoys through
gruelling practice every afternoon this
"coach G. O Romney of Billings has
written Coach Shirey suggesting Billings
tor
The
bv him are .lohn Edv of V ssouri
referee: Jack Oswald of Minnesota
umpire, and Major Briggs of Polytec
Institute for head linesman. C
Shirey wired back agreeing to Romr
suggestions with the exception of ref
Shire> wants Coach Chauner of Boze
high for referee
COLLEGE PLAYERS
WITH ARTILLERY
Varsity Gridders Add Class to
Opponents of Engle
wood Sunday.
till a bit affected
pla
elf ge
it ng
of the
«lus Pope is coach and cf
irtillery eleven and Pope is
:. the game Pope played with the Uni

'
rs turned out on the coast last season
- T»-.n ■ i tw .• fas; I has the
• • ->'.r . * '.t% c:h m his kick te send the
r ' ' ft high >nd far, giving his end®
t down for the tackle Pope,
rood line bucker and is fast oti
the man
also, is î
his feet.
At quarter the soldiers are well fortified
in Bruner. Bruner lean ed hi* game un
der the coaching
*e the University cf \V
for i? 5 fc-ntbalT. Te-»r s.fter
^ western cham
* "* •«— > *■ u * w - -
ma< ^e the
;
rd- r.-hips. always ending the
clear record. It was ;d Lÿi-t Uwt Brune
varslU- and Dobie made hin
* he vars.ty and D
♦G.o hkuu general. He is
. ...
and keeps the
At returning pur.ts and opr
be made a great record for 1
attending college
Haracich a* right half s
S ™t n ,eI , r'ard < 'r n ;'iTÎj B r,!I
he jump,
eld work !
ielf while
Oth
Hii
ugh
gh:f<*ot has joii
and will play
from this addr
probably line u
of the I
-J- r.-gù'ï'âr
.i s', r on
v-.i* .
1 • had '
- i T 1 the
r a- east
the !
tü.
ie Kngle
n :i •• back ■
n the Engle
next Sundav
• n all their -..-r cames this
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INTEREST IN INITIAL
SHOW AT GYMNASIUM
The »mate
Jr ,,v ni l«ou's wh ch are
off a» the Connollv Athletic '
club in the
Shiner build ne tomorrow '
n, * ht are "■
»merest to the fans ■
»»11 be the first of a series
programs
*' » e given at the new
gymnasium.
L*o>s have been working
a n i „ach
; n for «-veral weeks
appears to be in the pink
A large ciu
' <r y - "«*»*• ***• bt-en placed
in procréas
"*■ ' I,d w hen the bouts are
honl» _ . , , — t- v m the
nouse w... t* turned off. thus assuring
♦verse*« a c <i , ew of the n.iil
uckets f -
f l*ib membership have been
affair The
r . Ur ' mor row night's
• r»t bout Will be called at
'It* £ Çf.a
; t îih' !odaj '
ail the'memb
I ner. and 1 know
-rs arid --------
JE . S | WILLARD'S CIRCUS
LEASED BY GOVERNMENT
WHAT CAN THE POOR KID DO?
BY
VE5.T-l.-f 4 tM _
Tttc-E'* 5U0 Tm A-» SmWcse THEY
CPCiceal ' N 'U. 5EHÛ UIM 1
V.KÏ aht Tt TEE .to TUÇ REFORM
UiS E&T4ER. SCUOOl'.'l
3
0''V_
DARTRE'
UAI
PAUEN
AMD \NITH
IT COMES
UNBESTIM
FBECULES
Mind 11
To so
Home
means a
C tt»STKms|J
AMR ITS
Wo SPOOKY
Yb SLEEP
tH THE
*0pPy&D
Quality Same A$1
San Felice Cigar
Now 6c
As long as it was possible to do so
we have kept down the price of the
San Felice Cigar, so that it could be
retailed for 5c. However, it becomes
imperative for us to increase the price
Taxation, raw material and wages
have advanced so much during the past
'ar that it is no longer possible to
-,
1® Thousand® of Bi
Dsring th« rast IS Y*J
RectlrH *
Dental Satisln
A* Guiranteef h I
DR. DAI
*3-36 OWSLEY EL0a|
Thone 5008 for Appoiiti
The last word In modem dentistry, eotnh'ned with 20
Besides our work you will also be satisfied with Ol'R PRICES. Stiu]
th »»1. «.Mi poreeiain crowns. $4M; bridge work. 51.00 a tooth] |
fillings. 81.50; silver fillings, Sl.M;. solid gold fillings, 11.51 up-fi
teeth ......................
0 ÜR BESlI
ICE MEN, AÏÏEN1
Woods' Ice Tool
We Are
State Agents
MAIL ORDERS FILLES
A. C. M. HARDWARE HOI
MAIN .AND QUARTZ STREETS.
ch was installed in winter quarters
r Jacksonville. Fla., has been leased
the government, according to Walter
N,onahan - s P»rring partner of the heavy
vhampion. who had been traveling
W 'T. Willards show. Monahan came to
rh,ca * ro from l,1€ south after the show
4Uiî ^ or year. Jess intends to winter
:, *° n * the Florida beach The show was
tii *' en Willard's hands by a department
f United States army quartermaster
- urps. and the numerous saddle horses
<r<1 ot ^ er animals will bring a good ren
t; *^' l,e{5 '^ es taking the heavy expense
' V r ^ en of w inter feeding off Jess' purse,
" b.en the show was leased the govern
m * r,t also contracted to take over the
servi » es of the big force of workmen with
the show.
FELSCH 0NCE WANTED
TO EMULATE GOTCH
Happy Felsch. center fielder of the
AVhite Sox. once had an ambition to be
ome a world beater ..i the wreslUng
game. He had little trouble toppling
:u! the boys on the sand lots of his
native city. He dreamed of a mat crown
worn by Frank Gotch. It didn't take long
in baseball to knock this idea out of
I!..;i « head. Time and experience con
' ! 'vd him that the %uat game was no
J l.ue for an athlete of his attainments.
, ^ y . used to wr «st!e w ith three and
once, just to
goc»d work-out. When
laelf _ _ ___ -W.B-WU» „ CH
I,ap heard the cal > of the diamond * he
- rt to po to tho top of thc baseball
~sion. just a® he had done in his
thng matche*.
tough amateur
TRAP SHOOTING BY
ELECTRIC LIGHTS
*' y liBht is the
menu. ^ a<,ded '° ,he »porting
ij-'f' ''-»«-ball and track ath
f rom sprinting to Marathon races—
_ LJ"" ' r '' 1 uivicr ihe powerful rays
sell San 1
To the.«
recogniz
usual m. i
patronnée
that tl
Felice quality Wlll
Felice V. , .
Wemn
•' « th, „I
"'okerj or [
s 'n Felice a
"■<> isk
20 ROINDS OF AMATIIJ
BOXINI
FRIDAY. NOV. 16. 8:» M
12.VPound Class
Emmett Omear > s. Mike Fill
Blair Williams vs. Harold S
135-Pound Class
Ed I ren vs. Horace Hti
14.'»-Pound Class
Bill Bennett vs. Ed Hni |
158-Pound Class
Bud Lundy vs. Ike Hu* I
CONNOLLY'S GYMNASIA|
Shiner's Building, Corner Wj®
and Porphyry.
of the cai. lutr. » iw»' -J"'
to their i *« ' " , J
who believe tl ' t...pshootin* «
to become a n r. ;mportsn
world of sport through tm
artificial light .. . ..g
There ire many «M
tremely diff tn J
targets with -'• t Uv ,
these people ; "*™^l
star or become f... .
forts under vb^-tri
how good the light
won't come up to
furnished in th dayti^
During the pa-' <w
number -of th-
ments after r.tut.jWl *
light, have bv : >'■ IP I
been successful. Gn
Angeles. Cal., more than
were thrown in two
shooting was done v.
The only criticism at ' .
there wasn't room P ' w 1,
who de»: red to shoot j
ney.
Subacribe for the Butte^
_• gysteW ■
the quality f
à J

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