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I Utah Aggies Primed
For Saturday Contest
Against Ogden Players
A. A. Stars in First Class Condition for Feature Contest;
- Coach Romney Will Bring Claasy Team to Ogden
to Vie Against the Locals; Falck Expected
to Shine for Aggie; Kickoff
at 3 O'clock
H Lowell l'.omne's Utah Ag-
H I Bra primed for their initial eon-
H f tii. -ar here tomorrow after-
noon against the ogden Athletic as-
imM social Ion. The Aggie have been In
eJM constant training fur the past three
H irt out to take the scalp
H of the local. Thirty moleskin artists
of I ho A. C. will be on deck
HH (hi i.i U Hounda The team will
Bl I' .ompaniril h) more than 300
students, (loach Lowell Romney and
HB Manager Del Egbert.
Mt VYit Agl Im ' i icheduled
nH Logan al I o'clboh Saturdaj morning,
H arriving In Ogden .it 10:10 o'clock.
Hj On .rnv.il lure the aggregation will
K be quartered a hotel.
HeS Lew Falck. Star quarterback of the
ili Auk'1' Blew l- expat ted to be the
H light on their aggregation,
fc 1 i. foi n liu.ii school
flPfe piijtil u - 1 1 J i I'ui inill for tli-
H Aggies last geu.on and was the unanl-
ianj mo us choice iporl writers for the
pilot position n the all -conference
H a quick think) r and a wondvrful all-,
H Hound k i I
IVOR1 El 81
fl Captain Clyde1 Wurley In the left
H t o kle poaltlon la Apeeted to bo one
oj i he shining lights for the- Aggie .
HY lie a a punter of rare ability and can
boot ; i" oval bettei thai
fr; ii' lass line
PaTC Hansen. Dorlous und Hart are
H p Oted to shine for the visitor.".
H while cbnroy win alio be listed with
I the star, according to advance worn
B McKay and Belnap, two former og-
h den stars, win not ba aeen in action
H due to lnjur.
1 Captain Bin Glasmann of the ogden
H A. A stats has whipped a first class
H eleven in harness ml will uau every
1 effort to win the oonteat. Stars of the
two L'tah colleges and other big schools
will be pitied In action ugalnst the
The line Of the local eleven will,
see prhaps the t'lrat..-: .tgivgat loll
of stars in action that ever wore the
w moleskin in this stale. An average
mt- the line Is the record of the local '
iH team Bealdea having the weight, the
Bf locals also hava plenty of speed.
' i M B I LBS.
H Such stars Andy Mohr. Lester
1 Jarvi. I tarry Kilpattick, Karl An-
B diem. Harry Bagley, Sid Watson and
Clarence Douglas will be ccen In ac-
lion on the lint rheae men
lights of the first order,
j in the backfleld, Olen Dee, Irwin,
Glatonann, Romney, Reberg and Wll
H kenson will hold sway. These men
H are all polished stars.
Bfli Michigan will referee the contest;
Hi spot" Reddlab w ill umpire, and Prea
Hi tnan Bassett will officiate as head
l linesman. The timers for the contest
Hr will )- named tomorrow
Hl All automobiles entering the gates
"ill be admitted onl' through the east
H : While the Indiv idual fans will
I A dood tip . 2
I -have them
and the tip's worth more
than a ten it' yon take it.
liavt ia!l clothes
Hi- ook like they won- made
K'' lor you and you alone. -
HHr yon Ml get service then.
U well as stylo.
Hi A pick of the latest Cab
most popular designs,
H. guaranteed workmanship
Hl all count for economy- -
Next Door to Orpheum Theater
"Custom Tailored Clothes'
bo admitted through the west gate
at Lorln Pair park.
The kickoff in set for 3 o'clock
The aggregation-- will start the con
test with the following lineup:
OODJSN A. A. UTAH AGGIES.
Jarvij e Parry
Twltchell lr .. Woiicy. Capt.
Douglas Watson . . w Evans
Bagley-Smyth c Hansen
Andrew rg Rltter
Mohr . rl Snderson
Kllpatrb-k . . ir Nelson
Glasmann. 'a pt. . . o Falck
i t' lh Hansen
V.'llkenson lh Hart
Irivln-ltonm-) . . . f I. . Kirk
JAPANESE DON'T COVET
PHILIPPINES. HE SAYS
MANILA. P, I.. Aug. 25. (Corre
rpordencr.i Japan has no political
ambitions In Hie Philippine Islands.
Professor . sf a tsunami of the Impe
rlaJ i nlveralty of TnXlo declared in
rei cut address beiv before the stu-
dents of the University of the Philip
pint Piofesi.sor Matsunami spoke on the
subject. "Japanejip Expansion. ' and
'ouched on the reported statements of
Representative Charles H Randall of
California, and othev members of the
American congressional party, win. h
Wis here recently, in which the were
quoted as laying that Japan was one
of the chief stumbling blocks in (he
waj of granting independence to the
"Even If the Japanese desired to
occupy the Philippines, they would
find the task far greater than that
Which attended American occupation
twenty-two years a?o." he .'aid. "In
fact, It would be Insuperable, for the
PUlplnos would never submit to a
power which Is distinctly non-Chrls-llon.
nor would the Christian nations
f the world permit the aggression "
ALASKA RAISES FUND FOR
BISHOP OF ALL OUTDOORS
.1 l.'X L: l '. Ala.-ka. Oct S. Right
Reverend Pete T. Rowe, known in the
northland as the "Bishop or All uut
doora," on November 3a, 130, will
celebrate the twenty-fifth anniversary
of hlS consecration as Bishop of Alas
ka for the Epl"iopal church.
To mark the anniversary, a public
gat !lng will be held here, at which,
a i- planned, to present Bishop Rowe
with ft fund of $lai).ioui the annual
Income from which will be used l.y
him IO on the work of the
church In the territory. The fund h
being talsed by citizens of Alaska un
der direction of a committee of which'
Governor Thomas Biggs, Jr., i chair
I IP1 REAS1 D,
MANILA. P I.. Aug. (Corre
spondence. Approximately $55,000,
000 to defray expenses of the Phil
ippine government dniint; the coming
fiscal yen- will be asked in a budget
to be pr. -sented to the next meeting
of Ho Philippine legislature here Oc
tober It. The budget total is an in
reaae of nearly $20,000,000 over the
Ml s l ROM ivn pi i s
LL'RAV. Kan., net. 7. Pcrnard
Qulgley, freshman on the Hays state
normal football team died here today1
from pneumonia contracted following
.in accident in thi gim' between Hays
and Kansa State Agricultural college
last Saturday, when his chest was!
crushed, it waa Qulgley's first game!
of college football.
Ill vi (v , v
KOCK INLAND, ills.. Oct. T. Tom-
my Oomlskey, St. Paul welterweight;
outclassed Cddie Husc of the Pacific!
coast from the start in ten slow
rounds here tonight, litis, seemed be
wildered In the last five rounds und!
failed to meet Comlskey"s attack.
loom that Weaves vrlckerwaro I
from reeds at about. 30 times the
speed of hand weaving has been built
lv Michigan inventor.
YALE MAY ADOPT RUNNING
STYLE OF ATTACK THIS FALL
u , .
Head Coach Tad .Tones Isn't saying
I much about the forward pass this year
but It is believed the Ells will be dis
playlOg the running attack before the
! sea son reaches the big games.
Vale elevens have always adhered
to the more conservative style of pi I)
with th exceptions of 1014 and 1-915,
n-n the ran wild with the lateral
Kt:t their conservative football didn't
I succeed laat year against the more
modern methods of attack as practiced
by rl! al squads-
ihut's why It Is believed that Jones
will shake off some of th old Yale
rut rvatlsm He has never been en
thusiastic over the forward pass dur
ing his reign as a eoach.
Kittbt of last e;ir's team have been
lost but there- is some excellent ma
lerlal from the ranks of the 1S1V
TIM's .11. N V
Captain Tim Callahan has been un
able to start ofl In his regular posi
tion at center, due to knee trouble
During his three years on the team In-1
Juries have i.;.t him out of early j
games. It seems to be his Jinx.
Tim's big brothei is captain audi
center of the Princeton eleven. They'll
laah on Nov 13 at Princeton.
There js another brother combina
tion in football this year The Kob-'
ertaon brothers will oppose each other,
on i it, '22 when Syracuse meets the;
Dartmouth team ut Hanover. They
an 1 iptalns. also.
Thome Murph. son of Mike Mur
phy, is giving "Fldo" Kempton a good
run for the Yale quarterback position
Iast year Muiphy was userl as a re
lerA'e punter ond drop kicker.
Jones is also encouraged over his
line. It is showing steady improve
ment, playing strong offensively and
Cafhoiin, Dl)W0rth, Sauerback and
8h liti are the chief contenders for
the end positions. Acosta Is about the
best guard Jones bus jn stock. Hen
and Guernsey ure strong candidates.
Dickens and Walker are working at
the tackle positions
in the backfleld there ia Aldrlch.
Prench Webb, Jordan, Sloane 'and
erigan to pick from
Jones hji.s some great passers on!
his squad and n he doesn't resort to I
using rhent for some of the modern
passing gamo it will be a surprise.
Yah- is due for j change over to the
modern attack. Judging from the lea
von t. night last year's team.
LOl t.HI IN Ms
TL'LSA, Okla.. Oct 7. -- WUhe.
Loughlln of New Bethlehem, Penna., I
won the referees decision over Navy
Rostan, of Chicago, in a slow tw-lve-round
bout here tonight The men are
welterweights ' '
OGDEN HI MS
L. D. S. U. on Short End of
7-6 Score: Fumbles Aie
Costly to Teams
Coach "Stubby" Peterson's Ogden Hi
gridders were victorious In their first
game of the season on the local lot
yesterday afternoon, winning a snappy
contest from the t-Jold ar.d Blue eleven
of Salt Lake by a score of 7 to 6 Fum
bles Were numerous during the con
test, twenty-three being recorded dur
ing the matinee.
Both aggregations presented first -:
class lineups and from the sound of
the whistle In the first period until
the final period waa over, both aggre
gations were on their toes.
The Saints won the toss and chose!
to kick in the first period. On ac
count of one of the Gold and Blue,
players being off side, the team was,
penalized five yards. Wlthlln then:
kicking to Thomas who returned the,
ball ten yards. loosing the oval on
downs the Tigers were torced to punt.t
Wirthlln returning the ball forty yards
through an open field. Nearing the
poal the Gold and Blue fumbled. Ug-1
den recovering. At this stago the vis
itors were within six yards of the goal,
line. Play in the first period ended j
with the ball In mid-field In posses
sion of the visitors
In the second period Ogden regain
ed the ball on a fumble Thomas kick
ing to Wirthlln who fumbled, the ball
bounding thirty yards down the field,
being recovered by Allen of Ogden onl
the I,. D. S two-yard line Three at
temps to put the oval over the line
Llf - i CAPTCAUAHM
Captain iiui Callaluui Is i . k at Talc In Injur) t hi knee kept him
ma of. the earl) scr ni - - ianc ' n bin kflekl candidate. He la develop'
ing hi kick, Lower in-' 1 1 -imu - tad Jpiiea, who i- back at the helm of
tin Bliu eleven.
'failed, Captain Skeen taking the ball
over the line on the fourth down.
Gooden kicked goal Score Ogden 7,
II. EC 8. 0.
i t mbIjKs oerriti
Fumbles caused the defeat of the
(visitors, who, in tht estimation of
many tans, outplayed the Tigers dur
ing the first two periods of the con
test. In the final two period) the Ti
gers played a better brand of ball
In the third period tigden kicked
to Beesley who returned the hall thirty
yards. By straight football they pro
ceeded down the field and when vithin
twenty yards of the Ogdcjn goal line
.worked a successful forward pasa,
Margetts to Kay. Kay going over the
lint- for the score. M.i . .! is missed
goal Score ogden 7. I. l. S. G.
In the final period punts were ex
changed, both elevens resorting to
this phase of attack, Twice during
the final period the Saints threatened
to score. The contest ended with the
hall In ogden's possession on the L- O.
S. thirty-yard line.
In the third period Thomas made an
eighty-yard run from kickoff for a
touchdown. This. however, did not
count as the ugdon team was Offside.
For Ogden. 'apt.iln scen. Hyland.
T. Doxey, Thomas and Parry carried
the hulk of attack. These men all
played A-l hall Captain Skeen in
particular played a snappy game. For
the visitors Ray. Margetts and Wirth
lln were the stars.
The llTieup and summarv.
OGDEN L D. S. U. -
Parry ie. Ray
cox. . it Papworth
Hland Ig Fox
L Doxey c Iverson
Mclaughlin i' ... E Parry
T. Doxey . rt Barnes
Gooden re... . Cartwrlght
Thomas qh Beesley
Skeen lh Wirthlln
Puetsch . f b t irlot)
Allen . rli . . . . Armstrong
Score by periods;
I D. S, I' 0 0 C 0 6
Ogden Hi 7 0 0 7
Summary. Ogden scoring: Touch-
flown--Skeen. Goal after touchdown
I Gooden L.. D. S. scoring: Touch-Idown-r-Ray.
Substitui ions C D- S
i Margetts for Armstrong Pearson
foi i apworth; Papworth for Wirthlln;
'Armstrong for Fox: Chrlstopheraon
,for Beesley; Wirthlln for Papworth.
gden. Qulnn for McLaughlin. Zlnn
;for Gooden; Gooden for Zlnn Ref
icre J' (Hen Wilson, Fnlverslty of
Chicago. Umpire Sam Olson. I'nl-
isii of Utah. Head linesman Earl
Andrew, Jniveralty of California Time
of periods 15 minutes.
SECOND TILT OF
BALTIMORE, Oct. 7. Baltimore
made it two in a row In the inier
h ;icue series with St. Paul today, cap-;
luring the second game, S to 5. It j
w-as a free hitting contest with the
j home club better able to bunch its
bingh'- and with one b:u Inning, the
new International League champions
had no great trouble in winning.
Ogden went the entire route for the
home team while the Saints used
three pitchers. .Meriitt. a left-hander
,st;irt.-d out for St. Paul and after a
bad first inning went along in good
fashloh until the fifth when the Ori- '
oles drove him to the showers after '
three runs had been chalked up with
but one out. Williams listed only
one-third of an inning In which three,
more coiners wore put over. Coumbe. 1
then stopped more trouble after load-.
ling the bases. He permitted only onej
hr About 7.500 saw the contest.
The third game will be played Satur
dav score R. H. E.
Baltimore 200 060 oox 8 1 2 3
St Paul 210 002 OOP 5 9 2
Batteries Ogden and Stiles; Mer
rltt, Williams. Coumbe and Hirgravc.
Indians Prepared I
For Flashy Games H
On Cleveland Lot U
CLEVELAND. ... Oct. S. Smiling
and full of confidence, despite their
two defeats, the Cleveland Indians ar
ilved early todiy from Brooklyn to
engage the Dodgers In the fourth game
Of the world's series here tomorrow.
1 'nquering heroes nevr received
a more noisy rcpilon thin the play
ers when they piled off the train.'
Streets lending to the union station!
were lined with cheering enthusiasts
who apparently forgot the two defeats
handed the Indians on the lirooklvn
Walt until we Ret them In our own
park." the crowds shouted.
In a proclamation issue. 1 bv Mayor
W S. Fitzgerald yesterday, he called:
upon all Olevciandera to do honor to'
They will win the series if Cleve
land backs them as it backed them In
'h-- pennant fight. " the proclamation
read. I ask that Cleveland. Friday
Show In every uav possible its appre
ciation." The programatlon suggested thai
automobile sirens and factory whi3tles
LATE FANS MISS
FEATURE OF GARSE
Brooklyn Offensive Starts in
Initial Inning; Smith En
ters Hall of Fame
NEW VOHK, Oct. 7. Pans who
'nought games "never start on time';
t PIbbets Field and allowed them
selves fifteen minute's leeway in getting
to their seats, missed the Brooklyn of
fensive which won the game. Thei
Koblns made their two Winning tai-1
lies in the first inning.
The same procrastinalors. armed'
with reserved seat tickets good for,
the day only, received one shock after
.mother en route from subways to I
the field when they were met by'
rowdfl rei renins to Manhattan. It;
looked as though the game had I
called off and every one was going
home. Those going the other way.
however. Were Dierel) some of the
I thousands turned away for lack of
In the course of the game fourteen'
1 nice, new white balls were fouled into
grand stands and remained there,
i At current quotations two-fifty
'piece the Brooklyn club lost thirty -live
dollars woatb of the indispen
sable pellets. Rules tacked up In con-'
spicuous places proclaimed that all
BUCh balls are the property of the,
club. Once Wood. Cleveland's right
fielder, fielded a fast foul which had,
given onlookers a thrill by striking'
thr.-e inches under the first row rail.
Refusing to disappoint the ball chas- ,
erf, he tossed it back to he scrambled
I over like u worm presented at ran
dom to a bevy of nestlings
Spectators remarked that Old dory,
i. hucing the center field fence Inter-;
tion must have been rooting for,
Cleveland. Standing out stiff and'
soltdl In the breeze In the beginning
of the game, the flag dropped despon
dently when it seemed 'he game was,
lost to the Indians
When Trls Speaker came to the I
plate In the six-h after his four base
exhibition of the fourth Inning, some-1
be sounded at noon today "to urge the J
team to victory." 8
That the fans have not lost interest
in the series is indicated by the num
her of applications for tickets to the
frames arid admission to the roofs of
houses and building in the vicinity
of League park.
With the high screen along the
right fhid fence, the snug row of
houses and stores on Lexington ave
nue, opposite the park, did not ap
Pear to be a favorable vantage point
from which to view the games. Hots
ever, pro pert) owners were swamped
with offers ranging from $1 to $25
for roof standing room.
Then there Is a two-story frame
born with a verv Imposing roof 1
of the bleachers, or east end of the
park. Boys have come to love its
owner because he lets them climb up
here all season to see the game.r I
and thll series will he no exception V
I Hotel clerk:; are preparing to lodgi
from two to four persons In a roony
luring the gam's f
body behind the press box shouted
'here comes the Cleveland team." I
iiis. however, dldn t reply, flying out Lfl
to first base. I
In Cleveland's part of the eighth in- ( H
Ping, ivith one out and a man on flret
when Nunanial.er came to bat tor
Mails and Jamhson on first to run
for O'Neill, the fans thought a big
show w.iv pending. And sure enough.
Kunamaker grounded to third, whence
the sphere was relayed to second and
to first In the nicest little double play
of the game.
Pitcher Smith knocked out a hot
one during his turn In the seventh. It
went over the right field fence. The
range could not have been Improved
upon, but the error in deflection WSJ
so pronounced that it was called a I sV
There was a tense moment In the l
Seventh when Johnston came up for
Brooklyn with two on bases and two iLV
lout. According to the most approved I
technique of fiction writers, he struck SLlfl
I twice and passed three. He failed to fiiifl
cap the climax rightly however. In- ULag
atead of a neat two bagger he rolled to lisfl
! short and waa beaten to the sack. vH
SAYS BILLIE MAX0N
UAKNIVAL WhtSILtK j
Is the man said to be Billie .Ma.xon.
w ho Terry Keller put to sleep at the
armory In the second round of their RH
tight Wednesday night, a boxer or ELal
igden right tans who saw the match ssl
were virtually unanimous in the oplu- BLV
ion th vrhatCver Maxon Is. he Isn't a rLa
Ernest Huaa of Ogden said today
thai this Maxon who was pitted against
Keller is fl wrestler.
rluss said he w-as in Malad last week
and was a visitor at the Malad fair.
Maxon was ;i member of a carnival
tioupc playing at the fair. HUSS said.
He was billed as a wrestler and George Jbsb1
Nelson - a w restler v cll known In Og
den. threw Maxon all over the lot, ac
cording to Huss.
The mat burn that Ogden fans saw
on Maxon s shoulder was caused dur
lng his match with Nelson, Huss said. L
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and Ihi valui ol thi exported featli
ers is about $16,000, 1
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