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i 2 THE OGDEN STANDARD. OGDEN, UTAH: WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 18. 1914.
I IS PORTS
I OPiH BOWIIK
I j TEAM IS Win
1 A margin of 110 points was secured
last night by the Opharo bowling
J team of the City league, over the
I Brown-Carlson team. In a game player!
I on the Bradley alleys The Opharo
took the first and third sets. Ing
I securing both the high score and the
' high average.
The lineup and summary follows:
OPHARO
I 1st 2nd 3rd Totals
jc Parry 163 124 17$ 4S5
Gregory" .163 lfif. 1 490
Ammerson . .. .128 134 125387
1 ! Shiplev K4 12 148- 43S
: Wing (Capt) . .147 lf'i 187 52:.
J Totals . ...765 Tie 8002806
BROWN-CARLSONTRESEDKR.
I lat 2nd 3rd Totals
I Greenwell . . .142 157 125 424
1 Owens 173 170 150 499
Fasan 135 168 124 427
! Glasmann 160 143 130 439
I ; Fisher 121 145 140 40
1 Totals 731 783 681219'.
j
I CYCLISTS SET A
NEW SPEED RECORD
Ne-x York. No 18. Rapid fire
, spnn's that almost overlapped, hold
! cyclists in the six day race at top
speed tor morr- than an hour during
the night and cnrr'od the new record
I nearh fifteen miles in advance of the
; old Today fifteen of the eighteen
teams that started still whirled over
I Die big bowi jit taadiion square bur
den. At the close of one of those hursts
I M snood, the Wohlrab-Rynn team won
1 back Iho lup they lost Monday night
and again took rank with the leaders.
During the early morning George
Seres of the team of Seres and Dup
.ivel'.ped wiitor on the knee and re
tired from the race. At the same time
Frank ( nvai.augh of the Fiercy and
Cavanaugh team retired because of a
severe cold. Dupy and Plercy com
uincn in n new team.
BASKETBALL GAMES
PLIED YESTERDAY
The "Misfits' basketball team de
feated the National Guard team in a
game played at the Armory lasi nilil
The score was 41 to 2:; which, despite
its look of one-sidedness is not a
good criterion of the game from the
point of view of interest. The play
was fast and a number of spectacular
plays were made The basket throw
ing of Hune was the feature, this
player scoring 1.". baskets
The lineup follows
Spiers c Horroeks
Kerns lg Bauman
Glasmann rg Peterson
Huss . .If McMillan
Janeen .....rf H, Janscn
MISFITS. GUARDS
Bune c. . Way
Ruby rf Warner
Moves If Fuller
Miller rg Logan
Paine lg Cherry
Field baskets Pune 13, Ruby 4,
Moves .". Way 4, Logan 2, Cherry 2,
Fuller 1.
The Misfits will go to Layton Frl
day night to play the team from that
town. They will take along as guards
Fuller and Greenwell for this game,
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each meal jU
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We Wire Houses.
ELECTRIC .SERVICE CO.
I ; Phone 88. 425 24th St.
SUhstltatlng these men for Miller and
Paine.
The Dee Panthers were defeated by
the Twenty-second Street Tigers yes
terday, in ;i basketball game, the score
being 2ii to 1'. Horrocks and Schnde
were the stars of the winning team,
while 1 lie same honors were tarried
ofr by Rhodes for the losers.
The lineup:
Horrocks ........ c Rhodes
McMillan . ..rf Van Dyke
Janscn If Doxey
Bauman rg Shupe
Schade lg. . . Wotherspoon
Field baskets: .Tansen 3, McMillan
2. Horrocks 2, Schade 2, Rhodes ".
Doxey 1. Fouls: Rhodes MeMil
lnn 2.
The Roughnecks defeated the Ti
gers yesterday in n basketball game
The score v. as 17 to If. and the lineup
follows.
THANKSGIVING TO
SEE GREAT BATTLE
Sail Lake. Nov. 18 Interest Is
growing intense in the football game
here Thanksgiving nay afternoon be
tween the teams of the University
of Ftah and the Agricultural College
of Utah, and Indications are that
many turkey dinners will be kept
waiting while the fathers and big
brothers and even kid brothers are
watching the warriors of the two great
state schools battling for supremacy
on the gridiron
Roth teams are training hard and
the men are faithfully keeping the
rules of training laid down by the
respective coaches and trainers, and
the wind-ap game of the season bids
to be one of the greatest and hardest-fought
contests ever witnessed In
Salt Lake.
The rivalry between the varsity and
the Aggies always has been keen,
but so many unexplained reasons
seem to have grown up year after
year that now each school feels that
a defeat at the hands of the other
would be a disgrace beyond all repair.
SIDNEY MADE QUICK
WORK OF THE EMDEN
London. Nov. 18. 10:18 a. m. A dis
patch from Melbourne, Australia, to
Reuters TVIr;: m company contains
part of the report which Captain .T.
A Glossop of the Australian cruller
Sydney made regarding the fight in
which the German cruiser was de
stroyed It says:
"The Emden'a firing soon failed
when the Sydne began to hit Che
mark The Fmden's rudder was de
stroyed earl in the fighting, her
speed suffering greatly in conse
quence "Her next loss v. as the No 1 fun
nel, then the foremast and this was
followed by the No 'J funnel Fi
nally the No funnel fell "
CHARLES NAGEL ON
MEDIATION BOARD
St Louis, Nov. 18 The selection
of Charles Nagel, former secretary
of commerce and labor, as the third
member of the federal board of medi
ation and conciliation, was announced
here today by Judge W. L Chambers
ol Washington. chairman of the
board
The board will meet in Chicago on
November 30 to arbitrate the differ
ences between 9 railroads operating
vest of the Mississippi rher and their
55.000 engineers and firemen.
JUMP TO COAST
TOO EXPENSIVE:
Salt Lake. Nov. 18 ' If Salt Lake
can convince the franchise holders 1
in the F'acific Coast league that to j
take Salt lake into that circuit would j
be a good financial move, then I be-1
U - that the Utah capital will be a
member of the coast league."
This was the statement of President
Alan T Bauni at a luncheon at the
Commercial club yesterday, at which
nearly a seore of representative busi
ness and professional men were present.
JACK JOHNSON TO
FIGHT WILLARD
London, Nov. 17, 0 p m. Articles
were signed today for a boxing bout
of from twenty to forty-five rounds
between Jack Johnson, the beavv
weight champion, and Jess Willard,
an American "white hope." The fight
will take place during the last two
weeke in March at some place to be
chosen February 15. It is said that
the battle-ground probably will be
Mexico. Each of the boxers deposited
1000 to gunrantep hia appearance at
the ringside Johnson is to receive
$30 001. tor fighting.
NEB RASKA WOULD PLAY
HARVARD FOR CHARITY
Lincoln. Neb. Nov. 17 The Uni
versity of Nebraska athletic board
this evening took steps looking i.
the possibility of a post season game
between Nebraska and Harvard uni
versity, the proceeds to be donated
to the Red Cross. The board author
ized E O Stlehm director of athlet
ics, to snd a teletrram to T. L. Rich
ards, manager of the Harvard ath
letics at Cambridge, to that effect
The one reservation made h Ne
braska iH that the Cornh uskers' elev
en win next Saturday' game with
Iowa which will give them a record
of going through the season without
a defeat. Should Harvard accept the
proposal, the suggestion in made that
the game be played in New York City,
VARSITYS" LATERAL
PASSES BEAT SCRUBS
New Haven, Conn., Nov 17. In the
Fiercest football serimmage seen here
Mii year, the Yale varsity eleven to
day scored two touchdowns against
the scrubs in the new bowl Several
players were hurt, but none seriously
The touchdowns wero the result of
sensational forward and later passes
The second frore came on three long
passes that netted 70 yards.
rumnellj, whose field goal at
Princeton two years ago saved Yale
from defeat practiced drop kicking
with great success He booted the
ball between the uprights eighteen
imo? out of twenty-five
BRESNAHAN OUT OF LUCK;
TWO BIG DEALS OFF
Chicapo, Nov, 17 Roger Bresnahan
stated that two deals regarding his
future one by which he would have
been manager of the Brooklyn Fed
erals and another by which he hoped
to win the Cleveland association fran
chise and transfer It to Toledo, are
Off He Is now, he said, "Just catch
er of the Chicago Nationals."
As for rumors that he might suc
ceed Henry O'Day as Cub manager.
Bresnahan said he had not conferred
with Thomas.
BUSINESS CREW BEATS
L. D. S. U. JUNIORS
The sixth game of the L. D. S U.
basketball series yesterday afternoon
resulted In the business college team
winning over the juniors by the score
Of 19 to 15. The game was very
much in favor of the juniors durine
the first half, but the basket throw
ing was poor on both sides. As soon
as the second half began the busi
ness men showed proper form and
one by one the points were rolled up
GALLANT AGAIN BESTS
FIGHTING DENTIS-""
New York, Nov 17 Gilbert Cal
lant of Boston outfought Leach Cross
of this city in a hard ten-round bout
her.' tonight Gallant took the ng
gressiw early and scored a knock
down in the first round with a i fl
hook to the jaw. Cross taking a count
of seven In the fifth round a simi
lar blow- put Cross down for elgh'
seconds. Cross slipped to the floor
several times after missing wild
swings The men weighed in at
137 1-2 pounds.
HAUGHTON HOLDS ELI
TO BE STRONG ELEVEN
Cambridge. Mass , Nov. 17 "The
team that Harvard meets at New
Haven next Saturday Is the best that
Yale has had since 190f We f ar
them, and rightly, too." said Head
Coach Haughton of the Harvard foot
ball team, in addressing a mass meet
ing of students tonight.
Both Haughton and Captain Brick
ley declared the misfortunes of the
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Crimson this season In the loss of
star players by injury, illness or scho
lastic difficulties, would serve onlv
to put more spirit into the team.
AMERICANS WINNER.
Modesto. Cal., Nov. 17. The Amer
ican all-stars took a featureless game
from the Nationals here today.
Americans 1 ! 1
Nationals 0 S 1
Flatteries Colt and McAvoy; Al
exander and Klllifer
TO LEAD MICHIGAN
Ann Arbor. Mich.. Nov. 17. Will
iam D Cochran of Houghton, Mich.,
was elected captain of the 1915 foot
ball eleven of the University of Mich
igan this afternoon ll" played right
tackle this season Cochran is a
junior and is taking the pharmacy
course.
SHUGRUE WINNER.
New York City. Nov. 17. Joe Shu
grue of Jersey City, in his first fight
since his return from Australia, out
pointed Walter Mohr of Brooklyn in
a ten-round bout in Brooklyn tonight.
GOV. SPRY !S BACK
FHCOHl
Salt Lake Nov. 18. Governor W'il
iam Spry returned late yesterday
from the conference of goernors in
Madison Wis. While there he made
a considerable investigation of the
'Wisconsin idea" of state govern
ment, which, he asserts, he found
richly endowed with commissions and
costly to the taxpayers.
"In some respects " said the sov
rnor, "they do things better in W is
consin than we do here in Utah, but,
on the other hand, we have some
things that they might do well to
copy, notably our mothers' pension
law."
At the conference Governor Spry
spoke for "sane conservation ' in the
west, pointing out the fact that the;
eastern and middle western states j
may progress from the fact that their
"lit ire area, practically, is taxable and'
therefore revenue producing, whereas
the western states are held back for
the reason that so much of their area
is withheld by the government.
( ommehting on this, the governor
said last night:
"Our cry in Utah Is that we must
gel the revenue out of 70 per cent
cf the land of our state that now
constitutes the drone in the hive.
Thirty per cent of the land in Ltah
paj'8 the expenses of our state gov
ernment We must have the revenue
i'rom at least half of that 70 per cent
not now taxable if we are to have
adequate advancement of our state.
"Another thing, we need more fac
tories in Utah We need more pay
rolls "
Governor Spry and his secretary,
John K. Hardy, visited all the Import
ant state offices in the Wisconsin
capital. Among other officials, he in
terviewed the chairman of the Wis
consin public utilities commission,
who is going to forward for the gov
ernor's information complete data of
the working of the commission. He
commented on the fact that the Wis
consin utilities commission costs
about $184,000 annually, an amount
that this state, with its present rev
enue, could not pay.
' It seemed to me," said the gover
ror, that the Wisconsin idea runs
' too much to commissions. They seem
to have commissioners for everything
and it is my observation that the
I ractice is too expensive Where the
State government formerly cost the
taxpayers $5 000.000 a year, it now
cost 51.VOOO.000."
Governor Spry said that while at
tendance at the governors" confer
ence was small, representation from
lhf west was good and that the west
ern executives found good opportu
nities to discuss their own affairs.
On his way home the governor vls
ted in Minneapolis a boyhood friend
whom he knew in England.
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IN EUROPE.
Shrapnel Is seen here and there
Scattered on the plain.
Bombs are bursting in the air
Coming down like rain.
Tons of shattered iron and steel
On all sides are found.
Bits of lock and stock and wheel
Everywhere abound
Business, as we may suppose,
In most lines has shrunk.
But it must be good for thoe
Men who deal in junk.
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