gf THE OGDEN STANDARD; OGDEN, UTAH, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 7, 192G x 7 'H
j ! Sporting and Athletic News j
I f UTAH AGGIES WILL .
I MVE CUSS1T TERM
U H Coach Romney Has Many
H Hoop Stars Out For
jH Varsity Five '
S (By Staff Correspondent) !
to LOGAN, Jan. 7. Hoop practice at I
jH $ the Utah Agricultural college has I
started off with a bang and Coach '
y Lowell Romney expects to hnve one
u of the beat seasons In tho history of
jH ' the game. Scores of men have rc-
jjH (t sponded to the call for hoop candi-
JH Q " dates and the mentor will no doubt
have a hard time in selecting his men.
II ssme games nave Deen scheduled in
i the Utah college circuit. Besides these
games the collegians have scheduled
5 games with the Montana schools and
j? with other aggregations.
Coach Romney is elated, over the
i possibilities for a state title. Five
letter men will be in tho limelight be-
i sides a classy array of new men. Tho
letter men are: Sumsion, Jarvis, Mc
Kay, Mohr and Andrus. Sid Spencer,
old-tlmo star, has also returned to
J school. Andrus is rated as one of the
greatest guards in the United States,
having won a position on the all-American
team in 1917.
Besides the letter men the following
; arc showing class galore in the prac
tice games: Falck, Kirk, Scaley,
Maughn, Hansen, Anderson, McDon-
aid, Edwards, Murdock, and Nagle.
: Three Fresh Teams.
Ljt Freshies at the school will have
fe three teams in harness this season.
N. r One aggregation will be represented
r,' li jn the northern high school division.
I Two other aggregations are entered
fcA ; in the Logan Commercial league.
Glen Dee and Lew Falck, former
f; Ogden high school stars, are expected
J' I to bo the shining lights at the Aggie
school in track this spring. Both
If " men are in training for the big in-
I: I door meet at Salt Lake February 1-1.
I' : ; An indoor meet between the classes
fhy l of the schools will be staged in the
.' W near future at which time a team will
IS I j be selected to represent the Aggies at
ler "I I tlie State meet at Salt Lake. The fol-
M f lowing events will constitute the card:
I ' i 0nc hundred and 220-yard dashes,
ay I I 440-yard run, 880-yard run, 1 mile run,
at I 1 miI rela"- 2 mIle rela' hiSh Jump,
ey I broad jump, 100 and 50-yard swim
M' events. A cross-country run with sev-
I ' eral Aggie stars is also scheduled.
II P SPORT SHORTS
'V;I '' I TOLEDO, Jan. 7. Outright pur-
3 chase from the New York Nationals j
'I of ditcher Jean Dubuc was announced
$. by Roger Breshnahan, president of tho
ao'I";. Toledo club of the American associa-
' f. tion yesterday. The purchase price
3c Ift was not named. This gives Breshna-
5c'I ; ban four pitchers to date, Markle,
I Nelson and Carpentier having been re-
)5 I, i ; leased to Toledo by the New York
,5 1 t Americans.
, I '" ' Trap Shoot,
'flj j : NEW YORK, Jan. 7. The Grand
I$.' ; American handicap trap shooting tour-
5'IH ' nam en t for 1920 was awarded yester-
day to Cleveland, Ohio, by the Amori-
r can trap shooting association. The
' m ' tournament will be held in August at
i$S : the Municipal park at Edgewater.
. liV i Elected Captain.
flS,;j VERMILLION, S. D., Jan. 7. Joe
rW-f . Hofer, a sophomore law student, has
!$$;' been olected captain of the 1920 foot-i
ball eleven of the University of South
Dakota. Hofer lives near Bridgewater
Iff anc nas starred t guard and tackle.
I.M.y also is a basketball and track per-
H IOWA CITY, la., Jan. 7. Lester C.
Si Belding of Mason City, right end on
mm the Idwa football team, and choson by
1 ; some critics for their All-Western
IS elevens, has been appointed to the
B i United States military academy at
R ! West Point Belding has two more
13 years at Iowa and is not certain wheth-
35 : er he will accept the appointment.
9 CLEVELAND, Jan. 7. Matt Brock,
J the Cleveland lightweight, won a bows- '
: ' paper decision over Frankie Brown of
Lightweight Champion Checks
in Large Amount of
Coin in 1919
Two hundrpd thousand dollars!
It's n lot of money In lcopccks. With
I dollars aa elusive ns they are. It Is hard
' to conceive of a man catehlnjj that many
t In the course of twelve months, espec
ially when tho man wears boxing1 glovoi.
Yet that la tho approximate amount thot
Benny Leonard, tho lightweight cham
pion banked In 1919.
I boxers, large or small, In this fertile
land. He piled his trade with a diligence
and vigor never boforo displayed by a
champion in any class He realized thai
the reign of a champion is not long at
most and that a title holder has to "sot
It while tho getting Is good,"
Leonard engaged in twenty-flvo bouts
during1 the year, an average of a contest
almost every two weeks. ThLs is exclus
ive of the several benefit bouts he boxed.
According to his manager, Billy Gibson,
tho total gate recelps for these bouts
amounted to approximately 5500,000.. It
Leonard drew down 5200,000 as his sharo
then he averaged about 40 per cent ot
the gate receipts In each bout In which
I he took part. To attract a total of a
j half million dollars, the gate receipts for
! every bout averaged 520,000 and Leonard
received an averago of $8,000 for every 1
time he entered the ring.
In eight of Leonard's principal bouts
tho gates totaled 5201,500, an average of
525.1S7.G0 per bout. The remaining six
teen bouts drew 5298,500, an average of
$17,559. His eight bouts during the year,
where they wero held and tho gate re--celpts
550.000 "Willie Richie. Nowork
537.000 Pat3y Cline, Philadelphia :
52C.000 Johnny Dundee. Newark
$24,000 Soldier Bartficld, Jersey City
520,000 Jimmy Duffy, Tulsa Okla.
516,000 Soldier Bartficld, Newark
512.000 Charlie Metric, Detroit (
$9,500 Mel Coogan. Jersey City (
New York in a ten-round contest last
IOWA CITY, la., Jan. 7. William S.
TCllv MpTtrtnn Tn line honn olonfprl
j captain of the 1920 University of Iowa
football squad. He has been quarter
back for two years on the team, Four
I teen football men were awarded the
j athletic "I" this year.
j Martin vs. Moran.
DES MOINES, la., Jan. 7. Bob Mar
'tin, heavyweight, has been matched
for ten rounds against Jack Moran of
St. Louis, former lieutenant in the
United States air service, January 20,
It, was announced last night.
INDIANAPOLIS, Jan. 7. Jack Hen
dricks, general manager of the Indian
apolis baseball club, yesterday an
nounced the sale to the Salt Lake club
of the Pacific Coast league of Duke'
Reilly, outfielder, who has played with
the Indianapolis club every season but
one since 1912.
William S. Hart in one of
the big five-reel features
you've never seen, "Hell
Hounds of Alaska," at the
Cozy today and tomorrow.
Coming Sunday the big Indian
drama, "Custer's Last Fight."
NEBRASKA AND IOWA NOT TO MEET
IOWA CITY, Iowa, Jan. 7. Nebraska
and the University of Iowa football teams
will not meet next year unless ncgotio
tions to that end are resumed. Howard
H. Jones, of the Iowa school docs not wisn
to play such heavy opposition as Neb
raska is expected to provide a week be
fore the game with Illinois.
"Checkers" the big special
feature at the Lyceum todajr
only. Coming tomorrow Mabel
iNormand in "Joan of Plats-burg."
Fast Mat Men Are Matched
For Semi-Final Go
Two of the best middleweights in
the west will vie for honors in the
seml-windup at tho Harfbertson-San-tel
championship wrestling match at
the Alhambra theater Thursday eve
ning when Art Chester, Idaho title
holder, clashes with Ezra Peterson,
the Utah champion.
Both Chester and Peterson have
met on many occasions and the two
men have always put up a nifty con
test. In the contest tomorrow evening
Chester will enter the ring a slight fa-
t'nrlfn nvor Vir TTtnlm TTr Vine Viol1
his title for more than ten years and
has met and defeated some of- the best
bets in the west. A purse for $300 i
has been posted for. the match and it
is oxpected that both boys will bat
tle from the gong. Police Gazette
rules will reign. The bout will be best
two in three falls with a two-hour
Santel and Harbertson will both
complete their training this evening.
Santel wrestled all comers at the Eag
les' gymnasium last night taking on
nine men of various weights during
the evening. His backers pronounce
him in first class condition. Harbert
son is also reported to be In tip top
shape. Both men will weigh in at the
Alhambra theater tomorrow afternoon j
at 3 o'clock
i New Type of Football
Proves Drawing Card
KANSAS CITY, Mo Jan. 7 Out ot
tho world war has emerged a type of
football that has proved of greater draw
ing power than tho sport of pre-war days.
Such is the concensus of opinion or
athletic directors of institutions compris
ing the Missouri Valley conference, who
declare that football drow Its large?i
crowds and created Its greatest interest
during the 1919 season.
Crowds ranging from 5.000 to
C000 persons witnessed the majority of
games, athlotlc directors reported. Six
thousand persons saw the Kansas Agglo
Iowa Aggie contest at Aracs, Iowa. Mor-3
than 5,000 people wero banked on thi
sidelines at Columbia, Mo., when the
Tigers met Nebraska. The Kansas Aggiri
played to 22,000 spectators during the
A considerable bulgo In football re
ceipts for 1919 over those of other years
Is noted, but it is pointed out that in
creased expenses of the game this year
cut a wide swath in receipts. Tho high I
cost of football has made its advent, dl- j
rectors said. I
Ono little hint is often worth moro
than a ton of advice.
II I II A i I ' '-' " i JI 'V 1 'I li 'IJ-
TIJUANA WILL GET
LOS ANGELES, Cal Jan. 7. "Ti
Juana, Mexico, will get tho DompEoy
I Carpentier fight," said Jack Kaurna,
i manager for tho world'o champion,
; when advised today by tho AsBoclatcd
' Press of Georges Carpentler's condl
I tional acceptance of Promoter Cof
1 froth's offer.
' Koarns said ho would prepare a fur
' thor statement within a few hours.
$400,000 Purso Offcrod.
' PARIS, Jan. 7. George3 Carpentlor
and Jack Dempsey will probably meet
in America for the championship of
the world as a result of the acceptance
last night by Descamps, manager for
Carpentier, of an offor of a $400,000
purse for the bout by James Coffroth,
' Dempsey has already accepted Cof
froth 's terms and all that remains to
insure the meeting of tho two pugi
lists Is the settlement of the number
of rounds the men will fight and the
division of tho purso.
Coffroth's offer was for a bout going
45" rounds, but objection to a fight of
this length is expressed in the Car
pentier camp. Carpentier would
rather have the fight limited to fifteen
rounds or even ten. Descamps declar
ed last night that if the issue is not
settled in less than fifteen rounds
"neither Dempsey nor Carpentier is
worthy to be champion of the world."
It was Indicated Descamps would
ask -for an even break of the purse,
holding Carpentier was as great a
drawing card as Dempsey.
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Sperry Flour Company
Completes Firs! Unit
The Sperry, Flour company has an
nounced the completion of its first
unit of the Ogden plant at Twenty
ninth street and Pacific avenue.
To acquaint the public with the im
mensity of the project, and the largo
investment which has been made,
friends have been invited to inspect
tho plant Thursday, Friday and Satur
day between tho hours of 1 and 5
o'clock. Officials will guide visitors
through tho establishment and will ex
plain tho processes Involved In the
milling of flour on a large scale.
The fire at the plant, which occurred
yesterday, has not postponed this
Asmisa! Roll Call of
Baptist Church Tonight
The annual roll call of the First
Baptist church will be held tonight at
the church near Twenty-fourth street
on Grant avenue.
Dr. Ray Palmer has announced that
every member of his congregation is
expected to be present to answer his
or her name when called-
Every department of the church will
offer a written report Officers of the
church and Sunday school will be
Hi I llP The Greatest Sporting Event of the Year
I w f i .
jj Wril CiiamPin Wresg MatGl1
IB THURSDAY EVENING, JAN. 8TH, 1920. mMr I
! 9 wl iS GOOD PRELIMINARIES DOORS OPEN 6 P. M.; GOOD pf H I
I Iff iB MUSIC AND ENTERTAINMENT UNTIL THE MATCH M
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j 1 to 8:30 p. m. t Main Floor Loges 5.00 . B
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I I Champion of the World O Ball li Iff I V HIT I ISHUO I lib Pride of Ogden
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TERMS: Annual, Semi-annual or Monthly payments. z
elected. Members of the Kensington:
society will serve refreshments.
Hamlin's Wizard Oil a Roliabl,
During influenza epidemics spra?
the nose and throat several times a
day with one part Wizard Oil and
two parts water, using an atomizer.
If you haven't an atomizer, gargle
the throat and snuff the mixture up
the nose. This treatment sets up an
antiseptic wall of defense against
Chest colds and sore throat lead
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Wizard Oil before they can develop j
into dangerous influenza. J
Get it from druggists for 30c If ;
not satisfied, return the bottle and
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pleasant little pink pills, 30c ar drug
Hot Leech System at
Pleasant View Schools;
Pleasant View schools enjoyed the j
installation of the hot lunch system i
yesterday, according to Supt. B. A. '
Fowler. This is the third school in
which equipment necessary for the hot
lunches has been installed. The teach
ers and Mrs. Wilson Cragun, a farm
bureau raembor, arc co-operating in
It is 3tated that a bowl of soup
can be served the children at the
cost of 3 cents per bowl. Other arti
cles of food are dispensed with at cor
responding rates. Superintendent
Fowler stated that Principal Carrie Z.
Morse of the school, and Thomas
Budgo, a member of the school, board,
should be given considerable credit
A. R. MclNTYRE DRUG CO.
for the Installation of the hot lunches
for the pupils.
"Checkers" the big special
feature at the Lyceum today
only. Coming tomorrow Mabel
Normand in "Joan of Plats-burg."
MINIMUM SALARIES FIXED.
WASHINGTON, Jnn. 7. Minimum
salaries of $35,000 for ambassador and
$15,000 for ministers with government
owned embassy buildings and allow
ances for upkeep were recommended
to the house foreign affairs committee
today by Secretary Lansing. The com
mittee is holding hearings on the an-
nual diplomatic and consular service !H
appropriation bill. Ambassadors now IIIH
receive $17,500 and ministers ?12,500." !
William S. Hart in one bf JM
the big five-reel features1
youVe never seen, "Hell
Hounds of Alaska," at the 'H
Cozy today and tomorrow.- JH
Coming Sunday the big Indiant
drama, "Custer's Last Fight."
FRENCH CHARGE NAMED. - 1
PARIS, Tuesday, Jan. 6. M. def I IH
Marceilly, former consul general has j IH
been appointed French charge d'af- 111
faires in Berlin. llH
$5000.00 Cash Prizes to Winners I
THE BIG SHOW OPENS TOMORROW. IT WILTj BE INTEREST-.
ING AND INSTRTPCTrVE.
Program for Friday, Jan0 9th. . I
8 A. M. to 5 P. M., Judging Cuttle at Show jH
10 A. M-i to 4 P. M Auction Salo of Pure-Bred Cnttlo
S:80 P. M., Cowboy Dnnco nt the Berthann.
TOMORROW FRIDAY SATURDAY
J SPERRY FLOUR CO. I I
I Announces That II
I THE FIRST UNIT OF THEIR NEW OGDEN PLANT IS NOW IN OPERATION 1
AND INVITE ALL THEIR FRIENDS TO CALL AND INSPECT SAME. i H
OPEN THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, JANUARY 8, 9 and 10, j I
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