Newspaper Page Text
10 THE OGDEN STANDARD -EXAMINER TUESDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 16, 192U. ,
I Cowboys Have Fast Eleven
Primed For Ogden Contest
I That the- Unlvi . lty of Wyoming has
one of the fastest grid machines In
iho Rocky mountain conference Is rh'e
opinion ot Clem Crowley, former Den
ir crit si.tr, and nbtcd rcferet In
iho tfockles Crowley( In an artli le
Appearing iri the Denvci i ;, praises
the work of Coecsj John Corbett t
tin- Laramie Institution, and places
the Wyoming team on a par with any,
eleven In the west.
The Cowboys scheduled to vie
with the fasi Ogden A. A. eleven at
Uorln Faxr r.nk turke) daj and from
,n ai indication, this contest will be
hummer- in the conference nice
thus fai this season, the cowboys,
have won four games apd lost two.
hlch is a wonderful record. They
also hoM a victory ovei tin- Nebraska
VYeslcyait team, n aecrecation, which
banded the la: Nebraska I'niv ei-sltv
team a 7-7 tie
M l )(.s
The Layman in-other, halfbacks, i
ii. the main cogs in the offensive
play of the cowios. according to
Crow le) These two nu ll have shown
to a wonderful advantage during the'
present season. Both are fast, clever,!
Open field runners and classy lack
Simpson holds down the fullback
position, while Muln i' Wilson is the
Hinrterbnek on the flashy eleven.!
These two men are stars of the Rom
iiii the line the CbWboys will pre-
s-iit against the jdcn A. A. Neff
and lfepewald end". These two men'
have displayed wonderful ability at;
running down punts during the
son. are bears at breaking up inter-1
ferencc and all-around polished vet-1
The tackle positions will be handled
ISTIEFEL AGAIN !
Star Crimson Halfback to Be
Seen in Action in Final
Contest of Year
More Stiefei. star halfback of th
University of Utuh. has again domed '
the moleskins and reported for prac
tice at the Crimson lair. Stiefei was
injured in the contest October 3 with
the l'niversity of Nevada, but will be
on deck for the final gam f the year
with the Agcles.
In 1917 Stiefei was all-conference
quarterback bin this s uson was shift
ed to halfback. l.. . Kalck and Stlefi I
will, no doubt, b st i i ted on the all
conference aggregation at the close of
the present season. Falck In partic
ular, has his place cinched. Stiefei
on the other hand, his Ireen in only
one contest this sea on and thai wan
against Nevada, which has no bearing
on the Rocky .Mountain .nferen
standing. Taking this into considera
tion the star will probably not I...
The Hartshorn brothers, halfbacks
on the Colorado Agle eleven, are two
men who are being seriouslv rmr.il
ercd for the honors while Qibson of
Denver "Y" and McTavish of Colorado
College also have chances at the Im
rels. Kiel Smith, the speedy little quarter-'
back of the Crimson team, will, no
doubt, receive honorable mention on
the choice Smith has shown . world
of class during the present year, hui :
the experience and class of Lew Falck
is superior to tbui of the L'tahn.
iFOUR C LLLED
LOS AKQBLES, !ai . Nov. 1 5 Pouj
aptnesses were beard today by the Los
Angeles county grand jury In Its in
vestigation ot alleged corruption In
Pacific Coast, league baseball games
in 1919. and ad murium-nl was t .k.n
until November 22.
A The witnesses were W. Baker
("Babe") Horton. former Vernon
first baseman, whose charges precipi
tated the inquiry; William Phyle, um
pire; Willi, in Klcppcr. manager (f ibe,
Seattle club; and Clyde Bruckman,
sporting editor of the Ixis Angeles Examiner.
H The Spotlight
I of Quality
I you can see 'em anywhere.
I they stand out because of
1 their ultra-quality in fabric,
I and distinctiveness in fash-
'4 they re ties that should be
4' around every Mr. Good
t Dresser's neck.
. we have them in variety of
i kinds, materials and colors.
J get in the spotlight.
& Next Door to Orphcum Theater
bj Blt banan and Tucker. Both men
have bad llwee years of varsity experl
enee and are seasoned warriors. At
is and .loin. st..,, the iruflrils. while
Wlltenbraoker Is barred at the center
Although i 'ouch I'm belt will not an
nounce his lineup for the turkey day
battle until next week It is probable
thai 'he men mentioned will be the
stars to open the game against ihe
The t'owboys are scheduled to tan
gle with the Crimson at Srfii Lake
SatUrd The) will arrive in Opdeii
shortly after noon Thursday en route
to Salt Lake,
l ast workouts ale tin rule with the
Ogden eleven and from now until the
day of the final local battle for the
present season, ih" A A. veterans will
get down to hard work.
M Y II UvE II IJirGl B
Captain Glasmann had his stars out
la el nighl and put them through n fast
workout In the coming contest it s
probable that several chances will be
made In the lineup Burns Crobks
ton, former Aggie bat kflt Id star !.
in all probability, be pitted in the ill
bat U position, while Reberg. Jones.
I ee and Wilkenson will hold down the
halfback position- together with A.
Ulasnmnn. Bill Glasmann will be pit
led in the quarterback position.
New formations and new plays have
bWn Riven the men on the local team
and when the routes! gets under way
the fans will, no doubt lee two of
the fastest and best hrid machines
In the west In action. The contest
will start at L':3o o'clock In ordei
that the fans wishing to enjoy their
turkey dinner, mav do so after the
Officials for the game will bt name, I
RETURN TO FOLD
Star Third Satker to Bo
In Indian Lineup in
Manager TrJs Speaker, (,f tnc Cleve-
land ind ana, is authority for the state
men! that lisrry Gardner, Indian third
l tor, wil bo: retire from baseball,
ns was announced after Ihe recent
world's series. Speaker says he al-t-
dy h. Gardners signed contract In
the Cleveland club strong box, ami he
alio has Larry's word for it that he
wlil respond to llo ,all next spring
According to Speaker, Gardner waa
i rer absolutely contented with a big
igue tub until hi l ooked on with the
Indiana In Lloston Gafduerhed more
or less trouble with the club heads
over salary, und while with the Ath
letics be was fori ! to tttd for much
raszingv f rorh tin i. because of the
poor calibre of the machine presided
o -t b) !brrhie Mat k.
in Cleveland ;.-nin-i w is accorded
belter treatment, -W. ggv l.arr .i
Intl.- more shlqry limn he asked tor,"
said Speaker, and for L921 hf lias r--reived
a substantial boost, thai wjii
place him on a par with an) third
baseman in I h Johnson circuit. B"
f.liles. I.arrv Opines ,.s wc all do
:h.,; i r it- Ihdlaus have ii swell cbanci
to repeat next year."
It is disclosed that Gardner had
b-ngtliy conference iih Owner Dunn
about Ihe ret ir.-mnt storv at the
close of the . , I sen.-- I i rr felt 1m. I
about the stor and hastened to tell
Dunn there was nothing to it. Dunn
wnntr il to make un jniinum I'nicni at
thai time but Gardner Insuited that the
.in go unnoticed because he declar
ed such tales are. always spread after
a team wins a pennant or a world's
championship, and lc did nbl care to
dlircity it with a denial.
Named in N. Y.
A I.BAXV, N. V . Nov. 16. -The
I 'emi.sev Carpentier 'ont-t company
of New Vork. was Kranted a charter by
the .,, rotary of Mta,,. V.vidav Suh-
.vrlben; to the capllul stock are Kll
burn GprdOn, -Martin Turner and N'a
than Vldarea. all of New York City
7,r,0rBal,'!iatlon 18 capitalized for'
110,001). Vccprding to the certificate
of incc.rpoi-atlon the objects of the
corporation are to organize, control
and promote boxing exhibitions and
Omests, and also exercise disciplin
ary authority in connection with s i b
BOjfCOTT mo B.
There is a movement on foot Mnonc
dog fanciers In the east to boveott the
practice of buying so'-called 'flyers"
among th.- show specimens r Enx-
land According to those responsible
for the movement KnRhn,ri lending
breeders rc accumuiallnK reat
.wealth In the business of selling "has
been' dogs IO American fanciers at
fabu oux prices One instance of the
Lpractlcc is m the rase of "Trevlas Til
Mil.' supposedly an Knfi-llsh sensation
among fox terriers The dog was
shown recently and was b'eatenfeasUy
by an American lired Although the
price paid for Tit Bits was not an
nounced. It is said unofficially It ex
k I T.I.I-TY SIGNS
Mnr.iKSTM. -ov. 15. Walter
' ley of Modesto todav signed a con
tract to play with tho Brooklyn dub
01 the National league in He is
ill inficlder and now student at St
j Mary n college, Oakland.
' - oo- .
NEED NO "CARPET"
i CHICAGO "Not one nieniber of the
(Illinois team has ever been up before
mc for disciplinary action," said Dean
(.lark nf the University of Illinois al
a smoker recently.
'NOTHER SIX-DAY RACE.
NEW YORK Tho 22nd Regiment
Armory has thrown Its lid Into tho
ring as a rival of Madison Square
Carden in the six-day bicycle event A
j raco has been scheduled for November
121 to 27
RECORD BIKE PURSE.
NEW YORK Tex Rickard will of
for the largest purse ever hung up for
a six-day bicycle race, when the 29th
. I annual event gets away at Madison
'Square Garden. December 5 to 11.
OGDEN MAY BE I
i I'.KIGHAM. Nov. 16 -Everything Is
piactlcall arranged for organizing tnei
new hascbiii league it masting to
be hebi in Btigham Tuesday night,
'November .".T. All the chilis that prom
jised to gel In this new Northern I tab
league an cow rsrln1 to go except og
den. Ma nauer Crank S ott seems to
ie unable t get the baseball fans in
the Junction Clla Interested in the
movement. Meetings hav, been ro
peatedlv CAllSd but no one shows up
to back th movement, so probably
Ogden1 the largest lowta In the pro
posed league Will Kit by default and
let Brlgham, Tr,emontou-Qar1nnd i.o
rgan, Smlthfield ami LewiStpn put it
over them lo-vt season If igden falls
i to come in IjSyton vv in he only loo
.glad to land the berth.
a vei enthusiastic meeting was
held in Brlgham1 last Friday night
i when a hundred fans present votstl
runanlihouslj to bacfi the proposition
iwith the necessary funds to develop a
winning team. The othei tovvm have
hehl meetings and are likewise all
keyed -up and read) to get the organi
sation perfected Ogden seems to be
'the onlv town In the lineup that has
,no baseball "pep" and unless there Is
nn awakening In the Junction City
LaytOn Will be invited to "get 111."
At the meeting held In Krlghtim
Cashier John 1 1. Peters of the First
LNafional bank, whose hah Is near!)
white and who played ball In his
'young days, was the mot eUthUSlaS
J tic "sport" dresent His talk explain
ing the benefits tO be derived from the
national sport when properly orga
nized, made the vouiiKer Bet sit up and
.take notice, and when the motion vvu-
put that Brlgham Join the league, all
,were anxious lo vote In the affirma
tive and agreed to back the movement
with the nooessarj funds.
NEW JERSEY TO ;
ASK FOR RULING
ON MIT CONTESTS
The state of New Jersey supplied
boxing for eastern funs when the pad
ded mitten was basse In New York,
and "ov the promoters und followers
of the game in Ihe Skectcr domain are
going to bin k up and offer some real
opportunities to Ihe sport under the
Walker law In New fork, by asking
the Jprsey legislature for an Increase
in rounds from eight to i und the'
permission to render decisions. The
matter was freely discussed during
the weeks before the recent election,
'and It is understood there la .ilieadv
a substantial majority in sight for the!
While not taking any active Inter
ell i ii the campaign to raise the num
ber of rounds to IB, Chairman smith
la in favor of reshaping the code to
compete with the New Vork law He
de, I., res the game has been er c.i
pably handled In N'-w Jersey, but that
the sport will suffer there because
New York will be In a position to of
fer something better.
if the v fterses lawmakers amend
the law to allOW IS round battles lo a
decision. Jersey City and Newark pro
moters will be able to outdo New York
promoters, because In every other fea
ture the Jersev boxing iiw is more
iii"'.il If the amendments are nude
this winter several promoters. In the
'state will Immediately bid for rhe
iw-iiipsfv -Carpentier match. As yet.
New York boxing officials have not
OffiClalf) stated whether they would
approve of a real titular contest be-1
tween the hen vies.
Salt Lake Directors
Re-elected at Session
SA-CT l,.KK CITY, Nov 16. At;
terday!s annual meeting of the Salt
lalt- baseball I u 1 sto. kbolders all
directors and officials were re-elected,
II Y. bone, president: lr. Elmer
I. Goshen, vice president; J. V. "ook
secretary and business manager. F. s.
Murphj Qet rge Relf M. K. Evans.
buviiMiri r;reene and Lester Freed
i Also present nt the meeting wert .1 B,
Os High or, John 1-- Cowan, .1 T n.ir
: ris, Charles K. Murphy .ind Fred J.
Mr. Ivjne submitted a report on the
Kansas City met ling of minor league
luba lie was authorised to go ahead
with his plans for 13 21, getting what
evei new players he considered would
be necessary and completing any,
trades which might strengthen the :
The report of the financial affairs
showed the Salt Lake elub to be In a
healthy condition Tut vear was the
'banner one for the Bees since their,
entrance Into the Pacific Coast league
Business Manager .r p. cook said
; last night that definite ,, m ,, . .
concerning Impending deals would
he made shortly as well -,is on the
I all-important topic at Hie present time
I the selection of the Bees 2 man-
Dundee Has Made
j Johnny DuDdce may never win a'
championship, buf the Scotch Wop
has a ring record thai Is not likely to
be broken soon While under the di
rection of Scotty Montietb. Dundee1
boxed f;0 rounds'ln one wtek against:
six different opponents and In six dlf-1
ferent cities. And the interesting part,
of the record Is that Dundee w on ev -"'v
engagement This was during1
the time Monteltn was making a siren-I
nous drive to get Dundee matched for)
la illnlar mill The six engagements
j netted Johnny the tldv sum of tU'.-lufi,
I Which nia also bl I record Hat i
Levfnsky came near the mark with
rive battles In four cities for a total',
of 38 rounds and all victories J -Vinsky's
money return was not an-'
Feather Champ Offered i
Purse for Baltimore Go
BALTIMORE. Md.. Nov 16
Featherweight Champion Johnny Kil
bano has been offered JT.SOO to appear
here in a flftccn-round to a decision
with the winner of the nni,? Krush
Joe Leonard contest.
"MAKE 'EM LOOK FOOLISH" I
The Experienced Hunter Stalks His Big Game
Bl MORRIS ivl KM
Noted Hunting mil I isldnj; I m it.
In big guile bunting you have to
surprise CHI. And a surprised wild
animal Invariably looks foolish.
Game that is not surprised usually
gets awny from the hunter.
A grlzlv properly stalked, looks .is
foollah and as harmless at th' funi
11 v bovine.
cn n.i s to i i c
Bui only a few seconds elapse be
fore the surprised look Of the ani
mal is changed to fear.
While this change Is going on. In
the mental reasoning of the game. Is
when you should get In v'our shoot
ing. After the surprise if given the
chance, the bettr will lumber off at a
de.M-may-care gait, the caribou will
bolt away on s speedy run; the
deer Is off with a bound; the mooSS
walks away with a sort of disdaining
attitude, the sheep hikes for the high
est and nearest skyline to safety, anil
the goat climbs up the perpendicular
The bigger and nolle powerful the
game the less fear they seem to hav
and the slower they start In flight
j from dangt r.
A lot of fellows retufn from big
; game hunts and say that It Is Just as
SSS3 10 bag the htrdly moose as It
WOUld be to go shooting In the back
yard fit the tome family car.
sMI i i, THI mini ER.
That Is true In a way. But stalking
I the wild game Is where all the I
nlng of an experienced hunter comes
i into play.
Wild animals seldom see the hunter.
They smell him The aroma of man
' Is their danger signal. That's wh you
have to do your stalking with the wind
V By AL VARDEN
Hohert Martin. western distance
champion, will" not enter the five mile
modified marathon to be staged .'t Salt
Lake November j 7 Martin stated to
day that he would not compete again
until 1921, He won the vent Inst
African golf is proving n popular
past time with the coeds of Stanford
University: Come on you soven.
Basketball practice will start at We
ber Normal College Thursdaj after
noon according to Coach .Malcolm
Watson. Watson will have four v ti y.
ans In harness in Lindsay, Hickman.
Carry and Newman The h"op , sport
this seasoyi will no doubt be one ,,t
the leaders both In intcrscha last Ic and
Bars Peterson, wrestling promoter
announces that Jack Harbcrtson will
be pitted against the best bet in the
United States here this winter on the
mal Kelson. Londbs and Dt-court will
be the first three men to be matched
against the local star
Frontier days will be brought to
light here Turkey day when the Cow
boys of the LTnlvsrsit) of Wyoming vie
with ft e ogden Athletic association's
fast eleven. They ;re said to carrv
the old time pepper with them thai
l.i the kind used to advantage in the
dayn of the Indian.
Officials for the Turkey day contest
will be named here Thursday. Coach
John Corbett of the University of Wyo
ming and President A. i. Ulasmann
will name On rulei for (hat date. It
Utah Aggregation Favorites
Over Aggies in Coming
The i niversity of Utah Frosh and I
the Aggie first year men will meet
on the gridiron al Logan Friday aft
ernoon in a tilt which promises to be
kei nlv contested from start to flnlsi.
Both teams have shown wonderful Im
provement In their play during the last
three weeks and a stubborn battle;
On paper the Ctah aggregation Is,
the strongest. In their last contest
staged here Armistice day against the
igden A. A. they sHowed marked lm-1
provement and displaced the ' lass of
a college eleven They were defeated j
in this contest in to o.
The ggle aggregation went down
to defeat at the hands of the igdr n I
A. A. 21 to 0 Both contests staged!
on the local field wefo of the first j
In the game Krlday afternoon both
elevens will use their first string men.
The Aggies are confident of Victor) I
and will no doubt have a record crowd
on hand when the battle Is staged
Officials have not been named as yet.
The Aggies recently defeated the
fast Logan High school aggregation
VI le. 0, one of two schools ',i ,,o
on the Bast High In the past twoi
Coach Romney Is working his (lrsl
varsity warriors overtime In prepara
tion for the battle with Ctah Turkey
day and states that his men will l -victors
Romney will have Lew Falck
in the big contest thi year Last'
season Falck was out of the fray due)
to a broken collar bone.
Black Offers Large
Purse for Mit Tilt
Frank Black. Newark, N. J., fistic
promoter, is determined to stage the
proposed Jack BrlUnn-Benny Leonard
battle since there Is little chance of
the scrappers getting together in a
New- fork ring for 16 rounds to a dc-j
etalon. Black has hung up a purse
of j 40 ooo for the contest, and may
stage it on Thanksgiving daj if-hc
can obtain a permit for thai dn.
n o DECISION.
LOS ANGELES. Cal Nov. 15. No
decision regarding win. Mi teams shall
meet in tho annual Bast-West football
Kanie at PaSadens .New Vein's day was
leached at the meeting of Pasadena
Tournament of Roses officials and,
newspapermen at which it had been
expected the teams would bo chosen.
ST LOUIS. Nov. 15. Ashton Don-J
7A of New Orleans, was given the
newspaper decision over Pewee Kal
Ser, Of St. Louis, iii an eight -round
bmit tonight. They were bantamweights.
PHILADELPHIA. Nov 15. Angus
Kalner, of New York, outpointed Bry
an Downey, Columbus, Ohio, In an
eight-round bout tonight QeorgC
Chaney, Baltimore knocked out John
ny Mahoney EfasSltOOi Pa , in the
Is likely, however, that Wld Astuon.
Male Watson and Sam Oleson will be
the men chosen.
Jim Londos. Creek heavyweight mat
champion, will vie with Pesek. Ne
braska star at San Francisco, for hon
I ors during the latter part of the com-
ing week. This contest Is creating con
siderable interest on the coast.
One of the coas. dailies Is conduct
ing a bathing girl contest. Swimmlns
is one of the essentials necessary and
I in order to be B contestant all of the
ivoiing women must be stars at the
water art. No wonder the Mack Sen
nett bathing girls are sobbing.
. . .
The I'tAh-Aggle grid contest will bs
Staged at Bait Lake Turkey day. Dope
Cavort the Aggies t win. although the
wis.- owls in the past have In many
cases picked the wrong horse.
Well the game of horse shoes con
tinues to be straight at least, that !a
the opinion of one of the fellow scribes
on the Standard-Examine! lie how
ever, seems to have the shoe.-, trained
Y.a. they fall hard ami ringers
oh. boy. he Is a bear at slamming
'em over the loop.
Tatting for young men will be in
troduced as an Indoor sport at Weber
and Ogden High during the winter
i. uitb This coiirv-e will be for onlv
those voting men who part their hair
In Hie middle.
Benny Leonard is eager to lake on
all comers tdr his title. One of his
opponents is Benny Vulgar but on ac-.
; count of th latti r Benny's vulgarness,
the maleh may not be held.
Brcmeo Shades Salt Laker in
Six-Round Feature at
SALT LAKE 'ITY, Nov. 16. Clair
' Bromeo of San Francisco easily out
j pointed Pal Gilbert In their six-round
' bout held at the Manhattan club last
night Although not a sensational bout
Bromeo Showed Gilbert more gloves
and buds than the local boy haa aeen
in many a bout.
Gilbert held his man to even honors
in first and second, while the Frisco
lad rushed Pat for the balance of the
I bout, sending in hard rights to the
head and then countering with straight
.lefts to the body. Gilbert's leids were
j always broken up by Bromco's clever
ness. i While shading Gilbert throughout
I the bout. Hromeo pulled considerable
! of his old-tinin comic stuff, apparenl
, ly tired and worn, then .sending In hard
rights iiiul lefts. Broineo's decision
was not questioned at all.
Young Papke of Sacramento won a
.four-round decision over Eddie Lynch
of North Platte. Nob., although the
I decision does not take much credit.
Lynch was easily outweighed ten to)
j fifteen pounds, if not more. Papke
I with all his weight advantage, found
'things not quite to his liking, as the
North Platte boy sent In many hard
rights to the head, but could not do .
any damage against the extra weight
j Lynch received a good hatil at the
I close of the bout.
Frankle Harris did not show up for
i his bout with Vvillle Sollis.
Cyclone Lefty won a technical
knockout over Jack Anderson in the
second round of their scheduled lour
round bout. This bout was labeled
for tho taxi champlbnshlp Ander
son showed up well during the open
ing round, but Lefty's ring know ledge
was too much for him.
Red Briggs knocked out Kid Black
le In the first round of their bout.
Briggs rushed his man from the bell
and did not give "Blackie a chance,
lo open Up
Gib Armstrong of Bountiful, won a'
technical knockout In the second
round In his bout with Harold Jacob-'
sen. Gib was too much for the local
boy, and, after punishing him severely
during the first round. hamm. red
away so hard In the second that the
referee gave the bout to the Bounti
Big Three to Stage Battle
NEW YORK, Nov. 1 f, Tex Rick-,
aid. Charles Cochran of London, and
William A Brady, co-opromoters of
thi Demp.v y-Carpentler championship
boxing contest have combined their
interests In staging bouts in this . oun
try, It was learned tonight through
the granting of a charter at Albanv
today to the "Pompsey-Carpsntlei
Contest company "
The three promoters are the onlv
direi tors of the corporation which Will
hold contests under tin name of the
American Sporting club, ' a represen
tative of Mr. Rickard declared. Mr.
I'ochran, It is understood, will look
after the European Interests of lhe
corporal Ion, in Inducing foreign pug
ilists to come to this country.
in your face, fince an animal smells i
you he Is off in the other direction,
and your fun goes bloole.
n my last big game hunt to the
Canadian FtookloS, from which I haVO"
I'lt returned, i shot grlssiies, sheep,
moose, caribou and goats at varying
distances, but none mottv than 500'
yard's and one grlszly as close as ten,
It took our party three days from
Mount Robson station. B. C. to gel
Into the big untf e area. (inr pack
train averaged from 10 to 14 miles a
lav. moving from camp to camp. It
took us six hours to climb 3u0 feet
the first da) and we (raveled about M
miles In making this ascent. We
rode our horses where the going was
easy and Walked where It was IICCCS-j
s-k; M I l M i rom VB r .
ur camp was always loci I in the
'valley near Ihe streams where fire-
wood and water were handy. IIH
V. would llnih -everal thousand
f.et above the camp grounds up to
timber line. Yon have to hunt big
game from above. You climb to the
highest points and look down on the
l.i ground thr.nfji field glnes. ,
Thai's the way we sighted our bear.
niwose, sheep, goat-, and caribou.
Xef conn - Die stalking. You dodge
from rock to rock to keep from sight.
for there are no trees up there lo hide
Yon take a lot of hazards that at
other times you wouldn't think of. but
that's all -part of the Rocky Mountain
SO! N lis EASY! IsVT!
Your chance in getting some wild gsVI
meal to take back to camp is to sur-;.ri-e
the game. It's your business to
get within gunshot and make 'em look
Sounds easy But it Isn't.
I Have mi ever slopped to think about
the sportsmen of today,
About shetr queer experiences and the
funny things the say;
If we took all the phrases that ihe
sportsmen here arp wont
To pull in athletics, we'd be shocked
but then, we don't.
Once upon a time there was an Eng
lishman landed in New York. Any twd
I day-Old baby in the slums had forgot
ten more about American sports than
this "bv-Jover" ever knew.
In the course of a week he had wit
ne.ssr-d the art of baseball, tennis, golf,
billiards, bowling and so forth.
And this is what took place, thanks
to a wonderful imagination:
At the baseball game: A spectator'
shouted. "Hurrah, he stole ihrcc
sacks." The Englishman wanted lo
know, sacks of what and why doesn't
I some one call a "bobbv."
. . .
Note: A "bobby" in England Is a po
in . man in America.
Start Big Rac-
LOS A NUECES. Cal., Nov. 1G.
Captain Eddie Rickenbacker, Amer
ica's premier ace, and formerly one
of the leading automobile rae,. driv
ers in the United states. Monday was
appointed referee of the 250-mlle
championship automobile race to bo
run at the Ios Angeles speedway
Th inksgiv ing da
Captain Rh kenhacker's appointment
was announced by A. M. Young, sec
retary of the LpS Angeles Speedway
association', who named assistant and
bonorarv reierec. 'buries I. Root, of
the Chicago Motor club.
I I I I i IN INS.
WINN-IFJ2Q, Nov. 16. Fred Fulton
of Rochester, Minn., tonight knocked
out Harry Williams of Snn Francisco
In the second round of their scheduled
ll'-round botii I'ulton floored Wil
liams with a left In the JaW and right
to thrt h ;ol after one minute and four-'
teen seconds of fighting in the second!
round. The men are boa v v weights.
At the golf course: The remark
thai somebody had sliced It brought i '
forth the query, "Whal was it, the
icook? And what was he peeling1
the tennis court Ons player i
yelled "forty love,' and the English- .IH
man said he couldn't understand why ' H
the other player couldn't at least re- sl
plv. "All right, sweetheart." IH
At the bowling alby Some sweet
volte squeaked. "Oh. Arthur pulled a 'M
perfect strike " Ami our visitor in jPn
i as to win! Inr ii was due to
low wages or on account of long hours
'At ire billiard hall: When tho mana- WM
ger of '.he place told a player to chalk dggfl
his CUS the Englishman remarked that ,fl
he had often heard of having one's BS
hair singed, but didn't see he benefit iMsr
,n this new idea. sdHf
In three weeks, six days, four hours uLsss
and thirty-two minutes all tf the above PliH
pussies were duly explained. IggSF
. . . (H
Anil the Englishman lived happily HH
Penn State Will Send
Wrestling Team to Ames
STATE imELEGE. Pa.. Nov. 16. mM
Ab'i- with Harvard, Cornell, Cniver- f hjj
spy ot Pennsylvania Lehigh ami Iowa saB
State college. addition to the in- H
tercoliegiate championships at Prince-
ton. are on the 1921 wrestl'ng sched- H
ule of Pennsylvania state college. The HH
schedule, announced today, includes
Iowa state at Ames, Iowa. March 26.
oo , H
Indoor Trapshot Title
Tournament for N. Y.
NEW YORK Nov. 16. The first
registered indoor trap shooting, cham- H
under the us- H
pe s of iio American Trapshootlng
association will be held at Uadlson Lbbbbbbh
Square garden January 29 'o Febru- iSBBBBBs!
an- 5. inclusive, n was announced to- ssbbbs
day. Three titles win be competed LRfl
amateur professional and wo- Hbbbbbb
M ok ItkmyAHtrntutl ii A.. C. J,
InwhicK we double
cross a master mind 'l
TALK ABOUT dlmo novels. IT LOOKED like Bgsy coin.
THEY SENT Jim down BUT JIM got wise.
TO TEXAS to invest lc,ate. AND THREW away his code,
SOME OIL well, there. AND WHEN he sent.
WHICH THEY might buy. THE FINAL dope.
IF JIM said 0. K ME FOILED the villain.
AND HE was to report THE MESSAGE just said.
BY WIRE in secret code. "CHESTERFIELD." f"
NOW ENTER the v .llaln. AND HIS directors knew.
A SLIPPERY crook. THAT ALL was well.
GOT WIND of it WITH THOSE oil wells.
AND TRAILED Jim down. FOR OIL men know.
COPIED OFF his code. THAT "CHESTERFIELD means.
AND BRIBED a hoot). "THEY SATISFY"
IN THE telegraph branch.
60 THE crook could get
Y OTFIiL know you've "struck It
THE EARLIEST word. rl,'h ' wnn J 0,1 discover C'hea-
- tePBelds. You'll say thev satisfy "
AND CORNER stork A. oml ,rul bled-the pick of Tur-
. . KlSp. and Domestic tobaccos put to-
AND WORK a hold up. fhlJ." 'u Ches,"filri way -...
4 that g. why they satisfy." And th
I Chesterfield blend can not be copied: