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I .r. OCTOBER 27, 1922 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER
Votba)) Scout Is Big Factor In Modern Game I
U TELLS OF PLANS
g RY HI EG ELEVENS
(TO ill BETTER RESULTS
Ivstem Is Great Advantage to Smaller Collie-
Gridiron Scout Is Open and Above-
'boardUsually Chatting With
B HV "BO" WMtLIiDT.
B -Aninr1c.i Oiinrd rback,
B fi pl." a ,i r li.qwn-t :.ni put In nnxhrn football.
B ,Jls ,, without :i " '' ahoul helpless
Bj,3r ,,uid bo wit'ioai
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Bproprrly scout a I
B mK'' signals.
K u in
attack .a i
e demonstrate.! conclu
B( team depending upon
H, R. out : 1 si-nson to
Hfe'optnents and not only
Brfthod of attack and de
other team, but to got
B their oven
coated the Harvard game
Bnu totally Ignorant of the
of play I was verJ
K.. to 6p their quarrel -HTthe
I all from und
LKr'.r all the teams in our
Bhe country, the south,
Hurt pawea to the m m
H ball, I n w them use
B plays, hut these were
B that la. everv
tn ini'-rferi d for the man
Bets to director.
Httora to Daavlllo I went
Bftce of our athletic direo
WbtTf, and said: "Chief. It,
IBV a battle between two
Kf our tricks and p
Bflr weight and knowl
Birylc m-'thods, wo will
Wn ahlo to te'l our lino
EMBLEMS FOR I
I STATE SQUAD
IRK, Oct 27. Eleven
i the first Pennsylvania
Ml Kjuad that of 18l7
ems from Hugo Be.
I present day f.'ini.
Ll 'Klttany Lions" will
Berts of the Pennsyi
It association and will bo
ffenes at the Polo grounds
Hi team plays Syracuse j
poan Price J. ckson, nowj
tho fuel administration
let. -wis one of the orlg-,
0 players, and will pr.3iij-
B member of the orlclna'
iMnir-J. ; Mitchell,
ootlo,! emblems will i ir
M Of the r Iplent. t Nr. DU-
;B and trio of Pennsyi-
IBhr.en of tho World so cer
ifBP'r'' "111 .'ourney to Salt
WPy to clash v.lth '!. (
!! regular jch-duk-v game.
(fh school grounds.
jMpraw Ogden team eMs
Vroodmen of the World
B tho plavers of
PUBplooshlt eleven which
tteclub mat rln Ij
that our panai and ends would work.
I was right in my prediction except
the Harvard line gave us a little more
than we could stand, and we lost.
A football BCOUt is open and above
board with every movs that ho makes.
Those representing most of the
larger Institutionu usually go in anil
have a chat with tho coach of the
opposing team before the game.
This year I have sent out seven
passes to the roaches and the cap
tains of all the teams on my schedule
and will bo glnd to have them visit
: our field at any timo of the games
during thp season.
Eddie Mahan, famous Harvard
star, spent about seven days in our
camp in 1920. In 1021 Harvard de
tailed one of their coaches" to come
to Danville whero he spent a week
with us before the big game-
i I i 1 M rTB IliL so X T.
Seldom Is a football scout able to
get much of a line on any of the de
ceptive features of a team's offense .
Such plays are rarely uncovered in
the minor games.
The scout, however, by watching a
few games, is able to get n good line
on the general stylo of play. It is
a!so possible for him to pick up any
of the unusual features that Inva
riably are a part of every coach's
system, Likewise it is possible to
pick out tho weak and strong sec
tions of the line against certain style
of pkiy. The ends can also be sized
up for their outstanding features.
Very often it is possible for a
scout to unearth a certain weakness
in the play of some individual that
is of vital importance.
In baseball a pitcher can constant
ly work on The weakness of a batter
In football the successful qunrtcrbaek
must do the same with the opposing
line. The scout furnishes the dope
to work on.
FOR POOR SHOWING
NEW YORK. Oct 2 7. A situation
unique in Gotham ring annals devel
oped today when it became known
that Joe Lynch, bantamweight chain - ;
plon, has bwen barred temporarily j
from boxing at Madison Square Oar-:
den by the New York state athletic,
commission as a result of his ccent I
poor showing there in a match with
Joe Wolfo of Cleveland.
This became known when Pro
moter Tex Rlckard sought sanction
for a match between the bantam king
and Joe Burman of Chicago on No
vember 1G or Thanksglslng nieht, No
vember 20. Chnlrman W Muldoon
of the commission flatly refused sanction.
ARMY SQUAD GOES
TO MEET OLD ELI
WEST POINT, N. Y., Oct 2 7. The
army's gridiron squad, numbering 3S
players, left early today for Derby,
I Conn., where the players will be quar
tered until the game with Vale at
New Haven tomorrow. The corps of
cadets will leave Saturday morning
to witness the contest in the Eli bowk
The football men held their final
drill Thursday and the entire squad
was reported to bo in excellent condi
I Posters advertising amusements
were used in Paris in tho seventeenth
FAMILY BOASTS THREE GOLF CHAMPS
IN FATHER, MOTHER AND YOUNGSTER!
Does one Inherit ability as a golfer?
That such is a possibility, and In
on case an actual fact, Is pointed
out by those who have watched the
career of J.-hn Felix, 10-year-old golf
champion in the Juvenile class an
The youngster comes by his golf
ing abllty hofiestly. His father for
seVeral years was state champion of
Kansas. Hiy mother is now woman
i lumplon of Topeka.
In winning his Juvenile title of
champion of Topeka the youngster
met and vanquished many boys much
Older He plays tho IS holes In the
nineties and is constantly improving
John Felix is neither tall nor ath
' letlc for his age. As a matter of fact
he Is Just a trifle taller than the golf
bag that he sports.
At present his mother Is Just able
to noso out the youngster In an
other year ho expects to have sur-
Warding house by aheri
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Left to Right: Mis. j .w. Felix,
J. W. Felix. John Felix, Jr.
passed her game. Having done that
he Intends to go after dad's scalp.
REAL GRID STARS LIKE
TO PLAY NEW GAME
nv AUBREY dkvtm;
All-America i o j 1 . Captain Iowa i2i
"Big 1 n" ( Ihamploiu
A genuine liking for football is a'
most necessary quality If a plnyer
hopes to bo u star.
True, some football players reach
stardom who aro not. crazy about the
strenuoun game. Unusual natural
ability makes It possible. However,
such players would be of far greater
value to their team If they really
liked the sport,
With tin liking for tho gamo goes
tho determination or will to do. Some
will cull it nerve, others will use the
trifle vulgai yet very appropriate
MUST LIKE THE ; IMJE.
Suci'tv.a in oliegu fuotbull rests
upon tho sumo broad foundation as
does success in any other line of en
deavor. If a man does not enjoy
pljfc .ng football for Its own sake and
la not possessed of the will power to
perfect himself In the game to the
very limit of his capacity to do fio.'
he can no more expect to reap jthOj
rewards of a successful football!
career than he could expect to be
successful in any other line of wor!
in which he might engage ln a half
hearted manner. In other words, he
must be willing to pay the prl' 0,
Finally, to sum it nil up in ,-inswer
i to the question, "Why hlrh school
stara do not make good In college."
we may say that some never were
stars, while other real stars lose
their athletic ability before they get
to college, either because they were
burned out" In hi:,-h sch l by too
much work, or because they arc Jut
aturally athletic in th' ir teens and
"old" men In their twenties.
GLRLS AND DA 1 1 S
Still oth'.T high school stars fail in
college because the diversified life of
college causes them to scatter their
fttti ntlon and energies upon so many
and varied interests.
Not the least of these varied Inter
ests are girls and "dates." As a
result the classrooniand the football
field are equally neglected, and th"
erstwhile high school star becomes a
mediocre man on the last string of
In brief, granting that the high
school star has the potentialities
requisite for him to make the var
sity, ho must devote his undivided
attention to a two-port curriculum
of studies and football,- nt lent dur
ing the football season, if he would:
continue his high school su'.cc-ss in;
football on through his college
Will O'Ryrne end Floyd Tlmmer
man. of The Standard-Examiner, ro
porotorial staff, having eliminated all
contenders, will i;;ht It out on tho
links of the Ogden Golf and Country
club next Monday In the final match
of the newspaper tournament for the i
Lewis Crook trophy.
O'Byrne drew a bye Thursday.
Tinimurman won tun way to the fin-
als by defeating AJ waia n, 1 up in a j
sensational match. He won the mutch
on Ihe final hole, after shattering sev
eral golf records, On medal score, the
two players Qnished their play with
ident al scorea.
To make the match kok more "pro
fessional" the two news writers drove
from the old ninth tee, slamming tho
ball woll over the lake.
Tim merman, who was a caddie In
his distant youth, is the favorite to
I win the "frosted" derby. The tourna
ment will be held annually.
I PRINCETON GF.ADS
MEET IN CHICAGO
CHICAGO, Oct. 27. Old grade ofj
Princeton gathered hi" today to;
greet the Tigers who came out of th 3
east to meet Chicago university at
football tomorrow. Both teams are
reported In top form .md Coach Ro
per of Princeton has perfected an
attack with which he hopes to re
move the sting of last year's nine to
nothing defeat at tho hands of the
GRID INJURY FATAL
TO SON OF CLERIC
BUFFALO. N. Y-, Oct 2 7 Carl;
Jacobs, a member of the Martinsville
community football team, died at a
hospital here today from Injuries re
ceived in a game last Saturday. Bones
In his spinal column wer dislocated.
He was a son of the Rev. Henry Ja
cobs, field secretary for the Lutheran
sanitarium at Denver, Colo.
HAS NEW CAPTAIN
FOR EACH CONTEST!
NEW YORK. Oct. 27. The foot
ball team of the City college of New
York has a different captain every
game Tradition has it that only a
senior may be elected captain, but
most of this year's team are sopho
mores. No senior member Is re
garded as an outstanding player.
Therefore a different acting captain
Is chosen for each game.
Whitewash, usod In South America.
Is n ado from the common CaotUS, the
leaves sliced up and macerated In
water for several hours- producing a
en amy substance which is then mixed
The letter A, in tkc BUnlc Kathurk
alphabet, stands in fourth place, and
In the BthloniC OQOUpMS Ike thir
Coach Lowell Romney and his1
Acl'I.; gridders wcro Ogden Visitors!
last night en route to Fort Collins,
Colo., where they meet Ihe Colorado
Aggies in a conference game Saturday.
Twin y-two players wrre In the party,'
four of the regulars being left at I
borne on account of lnjuncn Coachi
Romney is eonfldent.. however, that
his charges will give a good account
Eugene Roberts, former director of'
athletSct at the Brigham Young uni-
verslty, was here early today wlih
ihe "Infants" of the tchool en route
to Logan The "V" Frcshics. are to
mcc t the Brigham Young College
eleven it Logan today.
I Diversity of Utah Fer9hmen. under
Coatn Loe Prouse. will meet the'
Agcle Kidih in their annual battle at
Logan Saturday. The Utah eleven wl I
I" strengthened by the appearance oi
Bocb Burrows in a uniform.
When the University of Utah war
rlore returned to o.ul Lake from
Laramie Thursday Tommy Fltxpat
rick, athletic mentor, v as not lifted
In the party. Pitspairick returned to
Colorado to witness tne Colorado
Aggie-Utah Aj-gi - contest which will
bo played Saturday.
The West High-Jordan contcsL
scheduled for todaj will be played
at Salt Lake . .. Th- i litis
will furnish th'- i" ;n in the flrnt came
of a double-neadci, Sat High meet
ing L. D. S- U. in tho other :'. .ture.
Idt.h-. footballers de art . last n ht-
Saturday, Tlu- contest Saturday will
; be the fifteenth between tke two
schools, Oregon winning 12 and two
being tie games.
PROyO. Oct. 27. The Brigham
Youii university (frldders, Idle Sat
i urday, are mafcitis preparations for
1 tiicir next conl r k 'me with
University of Wyoming" Coach Alvin
List season Tvfayette wan regarded
as havlfa ono of the best football
teams In the country. This year's ag
gregation seems to be an even better
ono. Lafayctto showe I its worth In its
recent game with l'ittib uric, whl was
won by a 7 to 0 score. It follow id this
victory with a win over Mulne:ibrg
college, 62 to o Lafayette lurthei
more hasn't suffered a defeat on the
gridiron oincc November, 190, when
the eastern elevon lost to Pittsburg.
The team has 14 consecutive victories
chalked up. Despite- the fact that La
fayette lost a number of outstanding
stars of innt season. Coach Sutherland
has filled every vacancy well. It Ij a
team which Is a cirich to lin.sh among
the uelect of the country during 1922.
In modern football it is an accented
thoT.-y that no team ean be successful
unle.MJ It has a tiiple threat ' h
Princeton team of this y ir seems
lacking in that ri s led That is one
of the reasons why the Tigers are fl-
! ured to hr.ve a tough season by the?
axperts. Last r.e-.ibcn the Tigers had a
rreai little Quarterback In Li une. He
could run, kick and hurl the forward
pass. There is no Lourle at Prlnco
ton this year. Bergen at quarter
doesa t measure up to h'.s class
' Clca1 es, whose great run aved the
day for tho Tigers against Colgale,
ll rely can run and Is a find. How-
1 ever he cannot throw the ball nor drop
Getting His Morning Exercise
m i - mm. - . a
Cnarlea Gay has started a lion farm In California to supply tb4
animals to movie produeer ', zoos and circuses. Here's Gay (jiving oni !
of his charge j a Utile moraine ex cLsa.
SAYS KLAN WOULD
tab F&ate " c::z;z?
sviuic,b-?::.ij. tiv, Oct.
Christ probablj would be tarred .nl
') Ulatui ( . .
fifth dioti... J
a straight an' Z K an p!ax
form. ' . .
'1 wltcliel; i.. Wdriclns Hla (ihasges hard
This RjiMii '. . a. In all prob-
klck. so that he lucks two of the es- Jj
sentlals of a triple threat player.
Frankie r.irr. n, welterweight cham- 1
pion of Utah .aid the Rockies, will
met ' Joe Hlack of Denver In the six
round main ire c at alt Lake next 1
Monday night at the .Manhattan club.
I 'iinen upset the fight world laae
VI n la i nt by holi,ng Spug Myers,
the Pocatelio flash to a draw. Six j
ther flashy bouts will be listed on the I
The annual Red-Blue dinner of the '
Ofrden Golf and Country' club, which i
win be held at the club Saturday eve- jy ( H
nlng. promises novel entertainment for HnrltnH
the members, it la said The iu-ds In llnLB
losing the to th Blues will b jrfrisnB
tho entertainer President W. H. BusnLnfl
Wattls will preside. BjBB
Weber and Bps Elder will flrht it Blusal
cit on th" Lorln Farr Park field next Irli'jjBLfl
P Iday. Should Weber trounce Davis fEllPBB
today and defeat box Elder next week. BmLLbw
t)i', would be tied with ogden for the Ivtr' imLew
leadership of the league. Funnier lyiiLnfl
things than this have happened in ath- (bbB
Assemblies will be held at both We- Iff IbbbI
'ber :ird ' ";d. n hl'-h schools prior to ' ' t&B
iho annual Weber-Ogden battle it is Pi HsBnl
announced. This spirit keeps the stu- fi'i! laLfl
Idents on frlenoy tenor, which is an y
I sssential feature of football. 1
hate to vote
; If elect-
. 1 I wi.l unlimited money to ex- OwIbLbh
n. ....ate the ECu Klux K.lan. Its BBIsnH
. ian ty is a skam. Jesus Christ !ii'HLfl
ul 1 be ell- I'rd -;feB
.i return to
. . i' a man V'l'tBLl
k on Jane
senator, call- ;
a samplo of j
the lack of i
slblc empire."' Jj nPaB
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