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Lining Gain es Early Proves
Hart! Task But Fans Are
Assured Good Ones
TWO GAMES ARRANGED
WITH CROOKSTON TEAM
Regular. Evening Practice
Much Interest Shown
Although it appears as though the
early season schedule of t|e Fire
men's basketball teaiji -will be. played
oat of town largely local fans are
Assured a large nufnber of real
games later on, when the other bigr
team-i gett to traveling1
and other
cities in the northwest get their
schedules more nearly -.completed.
One
|rpble with independentN
ftasWMH 'seems tp=h the inability,
to arrange for' gajmes'early in the'
season. This is largely due to Tfche
fact that some cities have not ,yet
definitely decided upon a team and
the process of organization is much
slower than for .high schqoL of col
lege teams.
Manager & 6". Lycan ofithe Be-"
midji Fire_ department team states'
that two jrames have been definitely
srvang^cPwitH Crookston, and that
fact a|one assures fans of at least
one real game here. Thn Firemen
a*e. to| me^fc Crookston
Januar
11 an:Mhe return game will be play
ed here, on January 18, one week
later- JCrookstori has about the
same team hi I'.i^ feiu this year as
last anjl eVe'fy local fan knowfe what
that means. Crookston was among
the leading teams in the state last
year, 'losing out in the finals at
Minneapolis at the close of the seas
on.
During the middle of December,
the Firemen's team will make a trip
into Nbrth Dakota, "leaving Bemidji
on thelmorning of December 11 and
returning home about December 17
A picturesque sweeb hf %a$^
indented shore line jWW*tf|
New'Orleans and PfcriSactfla
beautified by =pafoa?hd
moss covered oaks, fragrant
with flowers*
:^:ne*
Tinge"d wi^^fi^ceT jnj|.nie?'!
glamour of piraie^aysTk-Qtfeis
you ever^ bui
nshing^iai^*
tenuis aftd ,#(ft:liiosprtaIit* *M
these Ut^^4Mmm4wt7^s'
Aty, Afohife Oceati Storings, Pascar
80ti AmeriaiVtRiv,ieap,i3
eaifjfSf BJ
u&N.
Leave Chicago (Dearborn Sta.) ft
12:25 footi, over the Chicago St.
Illinois Railway. arrive
ial|.|^past next afternoon.
iced Round Trip Fara
libilt^inforination end booklet*
if- address
T. iTNLEY. Suithweitem Pass. Agent
C*& E. 1. 720 Pioneer Bids
St. Paul. Minn.or
L. SWEENEY.Trav. Pas.. Agent. L.4N.
633 Metropolitan Li.'e Bldg.
Minneapolis. Minn.
or 18. The trip will include games
with Fargo, Grand Fo*ks, Valley
City,:JameStewn, Biaraar'
sibljr Minotr -l!he^:^ !t*fei" B&r&
S.L'l'pla^rs will -go u^
tSKisifotf.-- Dakftta^^jfc
eimfc eveni
itr^c^9unlliun
is
Fast Developing Real Team
^5Sfei'now oa
mala part jol^&fL-fH^tifi^vfiUEhou^b
passing ana ba1cejt abooiiag will
coffle t$ for Mm **&& jfach in
terest ^..^M^.^liiniaW'
gress,6f t|i4eafti a^daearlar every
evening sefS a good ake&.browd of
fans at the armory to watch5
practice, there being .-Ba .$gh as 100
present oii, one" occa&icjoj*
Art. (Shorty Barrel*, former
coach at .^t. Thomas and a,member
of the famous Ascension "4iSam, of
Minneapolis, is coaching the*candi
dates and putting them through bang-,
up^praQtice. .Those out for practice
Thursday!- evening included Myron
Hummer* Fratifc yPfoibbs, Curley,
Movoid,/Eddie 'Adair and Barrett*
They scrimmaged against a numher
of players from various other local
teams now being organized for the
winter.
A Star Teariii
Not
with-, foituh%vit J**M Jones
lkd?n ^fith-.^puible^.^
in golt aU'd ieiink-i stdrTombi--
M^Wi^o.rka^^^^tbsn in
Jny other .sfldrf.4* .'W^tlSe*- not
fh^olate'. ,.B^$i^e^'ud Bill John
son, the, two greatest. Sngl^players,
ih'. the, world, are a
Gerald Patterson teaiaed^vi^PM
^Jftara "Vr'ood, who, is- omy aii ordi:
juary, singles ^erfbVmei WJ^iaaS o#
tjTe games greateifc artists in double
harness. .v-?--.
CALENDAR OF SPORTS
RACINGMeeting of SoOthern..
Mai-yland Agricultural Assn. at.'
Bowie.
Meeting ,6f Jacksonviile: Fair As
sociation, at Jacksonville-
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Arguments AgaiAt (the Star
System Generally $rue in
Baseball and Football
(By' Unltd Press)
(By Henry L- Farrell)
New York, Nov. 24After the
performance of the New York Yan^
kees in the late world's series, the?
sport philosophers who have advahli
ed adverse opinions on the star Ays
tern were vindicated. s..'
In tl^ baseball field alone there
are examples beyond enumeration
that a working team of only ordinary
efficient individuals is more to he
desired than a constellation of all
stars.
The Giants are. generally regarded
as an all-star team and they are, al
most from marl to man, but.the idea
of team work above^ individual glory
is demanded by Jfohn McGfJlw, per
haps the only''manager in. baseball,
who could do it.
Since the day* of the Philadelphia
Athletics, no world's, chaiapionship
has been won by a tenftr^iil great
stars. The Cincinnati Reds and the
Cleveland Indians had no stars of
outstanding brilliance and their vic
tories were won by clever, smooth
working team work.
As the-argument against the star
system holds generally true in base
ball,, it also applies to football.
The Princeton teams of 1921 and
1922 are .good examples- Last year
the Tigers were made up of some pf
the greatest stars in the cast,, such
as Don Lourie, Ail-American quar
terback Stanley Keck, All-American
tackle Hank Gharrity, Ralph Gilory
and other outstanding stars.
Yet, from a Princeton standpoint^
it was an unsuccessful season. The
Tigers beat Harvard game and Yale
beat Bienj."
.yhi^rfaili, advance mottiywmj was.
PuO 6y the friends of Princeton.
Tlie Tigers had to start out with a
few veterans of no established re
putation arj4 a lot of green tfjaterial
Y'etj that l$tie, considered te^ci provr
ed to be one^of thfe surprises^ of the
season and:!'if they did nothing else
they did something no ptherr Prince
ton team'had done in 26 years when
they beat Harvard on the Crimson's,
tomfe 'lot.jp i
.ifai^ prbvidies more argument
against the advantage of the star
System. The chief difficulty at New
Raven this season was caused by the
Possession of too many star b'ackfield
#ien. There were so many that
oaaph Tad Jones was like the, old uo
an in the shoe. 11
\$en haadngljoin1'
A^t^tarVard. J^M
ie Annual^Classic Army
Plays Navy Eleven
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WESTERN OlNFEiREC*
WILL HAVE BUSY DAY
tafn
the boys
B*-v
Minnesota Meets Michigan
Chicago ant! Wisconsin
Iowa-Northwestern (By Henryr-In jFarreU)
1
his. hands suqh
ma.teEial as"^Cap't: i Ralph ..Jordan,
d)*Hejrah
Halloiy, -Beclcett, Neidling-
i r-. ii
4rt^eale, JW ight, ^ench and ^e"S havife T^ahtegTving games and being
wpu^l ma aix,rcaaches feel blessed j,j|f totoprrow,, the scheduleJsfratt#fc
oycr-
/ai^ftdV^sa.J^si^J^P)^^
I New. Vork, ^qy.^^Two., f,tfe
greatest football events of the season
come as rivaiattractions en tdhwjr,
ro-Vf'sscheat^e. .'i Xt'^i
"Yale and Harvard engage in.thsjjr,
annuel classic jn the New IJaySn
)^\W' and the-lehfiinji?ibnsMti'i..(?f'..'the
linitesd State^ sgrvtce will be decided
in the ^e%. Pe'iinsyWahia itadruxn
tween:,the
&%:$&*&! Navjr- M.
..Cpttifietiti6ft:
If it comes down to a case of brain
.vvjcrk, the Navy ought to win.
^Harvard hooted all chances forthe
Big Three'' title and exploded a lot
of t^e hopes .when the Crimson was
peaten and made to look very bad by
Princeton, .lilp to that game, Har
vard was greatly considered by the
ferities as the most powerful team
the east. The defeat of the Criftison
Was. not as much as a surprise, as the
tnanner in.which it was, brought
about. Harvard made errors of fun*
damental football and mistakes
judgment that have never occurred
since the Haoghtdn. system wasin
stalled. the favorite tomorrow.
It must be remembered,, however
tiiat, Yajle, was a big favorite^... la^t,
year and yet.lost--the game because
they., played much like Harvard, die
against Princeton- It must be re
membered also that Harvard will not
ma%i.t^j ntistftkofi that caused, .sfctoe
dojraaH, in |ne .^nueeton ganie.^
Hegajfdleps of ail that has happen
ed, $ ^3^r?qpinian,
1ig$*.
tq_ _.
WftT^'doubles
N
BOWLINGMiddle West cham
pionship tournament opens at Kan
sas City.
BO|rNGJo Welling vs. Andy
T-hemaai 12 rounds, at New York.
Pepper Martin vs. Kid Kaplan, 12
rounds at Now York..
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'^et^e.eh the
will Be^hegUgrble frti a.. .Bjislfte^si
slandpi6iil|t,!Ss
rtime
they each haye enough
of a pe^rsotlati following to tW/ce -f^jl
any stadium i^ the country.
^t,:..
yaiej Harvard ha.ve had a long
elaini on the.last Saturday-iof
November while the service acade
mies usually battled &* week later
The. terrible weatheu t&at the Cadets
and the Midshipmen drew in the past
three years itdwever, caused the ath
letic officers of West Point* and An
naplo.liS'to decide on an earlier.date.
"Fr6m a general standpoint, the
tArmy-Navy confrrct will he the game
oi the-day an'dit should be a whafe
of a game,
The-Cadets ar represented i the
best team of th# last four yearsrand
the Midshipmen have come anto the
habit o$ developing- gyeat elevens
since Bob Folwe11-took charge
BQthJhave.wonderfuL*plftyuig lines
and. both.have fine running., and
overheard attacks.- in. Smyth,,... the.
Army has found a long needed..field
general and in Shaggy Cullen, tiie
Navy has developed a great kicker,
something that the midshipmen have
lacked for three years.
The two elevens look to be evenly
matched, arid many of the, critics are
picking the Army to win.. The Cadets
howeverj to beat the Navy will have
tci show smarter football than they
have displayed in several of thft earl
ier games.
Yale was. slow in developing .this
year and was fotlowing obsolete foot
ball tactics until the Army hold 'the
Elis to a tie- Since then, Yale has
sprung up wonderfully and as re- ^JH thwart efforts
8ult,.the New Haven eleven will be such an outfit was. discovered in a
v.tl\at HA|^4
shsoulctiwih. fm&
ejor^il^^ennsylvania, JRifts^urg,
Penn St^ite, Center and Gedrgteet&i
'jn .ir,,.-!aK- -.*-*irf
n^att\e.,at
their *U*u Eas^on^^ar^,
mouth and Brown-meet at Providehej^
and the'"Washington and Jefferson
eleveh-'goes west for" a' game* 'with'
4ho^lJ|vivp.rsity of BetroiWrf'Sf*.'v.'' 5
T^^W^^naQonfesenc^iWijybhav^
a busy day -with games, betwedtrt Illir
tteis-aitd '^"otob*1"-
State,' iowS
-'anf
i
sin and Miehigan and Minn^go_ta
Out on the Paejfic-t^oastiwie an
nual tussle betwefj^ California and
Stanford will be theVbig game of the
"day.
EXERCISE IN DANCING
(By United Press)
Paris, Noy: 22Here are some
statistics proving that.there is exer
cise in dancing as practiced in
France- An average dancer covers
a distance of half a mile irf 10 min
utes dancing an ordinary one-step.
He will cover a mile and a half, how
ever, doing the American fox-trot,"
lut only a quarter of a mile in the
tango-
THE WEMlbJt DAILY PIONEER
FIREME N BASKE Bll: l#Pl|N|JiRJiPlDAK0TINEXT1wWWWUgaWPwpPPM-*
ST.'JHL4
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hsssftfc
ing- to- Eddie Fitzgeraid^coaeh and
manager of Hhe St. Paul cAtaletie
George Clark, 21, rated aa oat of
4hvh4si eg$er3 icemen in Cafiadias
hoskecy last year, has joined thB^gfe,
iaul s6)d't.
come Joe McCormack, flafehy ffetsv
burger, Clarence Aber d*fIMW* man
of the American. Sop team and en-,
nis Breen, a defense palver^ifch? th6
fiveleth tftam^last yearv f. V:
"ft,iweans' another chap\pioBshii
for St. Paltt/?-said
Coach fitzgcrald.:
Frank O^heen, and :Tpns.
:W?&ii
r?p~r
Vise J^'vjgj'aC VjH,# #is "Tj'"^. &
Pans^Noy: .^^4r 'SiM&^l&o-
Mt &? ifte ^adei& o*. ft^lilii
^Tfirms that ^goou yime -m fter^
Jdjasfes fe rtot onjy BeneScial, feuf^of
high fo&d value- ffiltt wfee=4rinksB
ea^ ^less than wate#riBke*Sj. ^^that
Whie-a^keis can do'* apB8te.--:-^W9*
mth'IessJatigne aiid that aUtotiol in
terrform
w^-^jatf i$& $
ptojittcer.J'
3:He
^r'^-:i'^'"'.h %*&*
has-wMwen an article in tfee1
learned Journal *f JtedMfre p*ptfm
renenii^'Tj^-
'"The
voftfe a%.those-
who know no^fhg afeoot i it^i saSI
Dl. SeBier. "tit haaiifoee* p#*ea#bat
lafcdfiolr akett intd^h^. ooaf^ahj^a
in the propdrtio^.of-.one.-g^ra&ifi^'ft
ewh two pounds, of yur: hojliiy
weight constitutes, *.&&te.!^i$M&
analogous to sugar.- :J&e'-. french
peasant does-heavier work on less
food than ^rt^---4Maft=^i:
drink i
IIK
be. the oratprjotfay ^t.pf FoUttWelH
Day exer^isls. Of jCarQegie^ Ihsfatute
Uhivereify of Toronto. Hisadmih^
tration of thatrn^trtution-fo'f'firweh
years hasijtoa^e' 'l^Ki^fii^P
01
figure, it^tl SuSalbW^.^ ^e'^
Dominion" By, vocation...^ .K ,a.
Presbyterian clergyma'n.j _'" who was
teaching .-in ahd administering the
Pre^byteaan college^ at'Half ax whe^.
he. was Siunmone.d .to::W. vToront^i
post- He was herein Phce .lid?
ward Island, spent^ts boyhood,. i^1
Trinidad and studbd.at the tinive^,
sitaes f*erlin* jeipsfe jlarfu lg 4
Edinbui-g, fitting- hims?lf'j.:.4oi- the^
teaching of the New Te^jjament
Greek. The ^fStle of Companion of,
the Order of:St. JAicheal and Sjti-.:
George yas cdnfered upon him in
1911, ana that' of [Kni0tt Companion
of the same order in J.Sfr'T...
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SKUNKS AND MQpNSWNE
Parkersburg, W. Va-, rfov 24r-rr
Moonshiners of this district are usi-.j
ing skunks in an effort ,to avert
detection^- The 'shift ers surround^ I
th$ir stills with the animals in belief
that the odor, being more powerful
than thatiof the mash and moonshine,
of drj& sleutns
bam at ^Mineral Springs, hear her$
by state prohibition enfprcemeui
agents- -l-'.The odor of the,^skunlcs
powerful as it was said to have been
failed.to.surpaasj.that of the .cooking
mash, ana George Nickles, owner of
the farm'was placed under arrest
U812- 'Sfe-flts* ge$tifmv
t^V.l^r^ctel^iof
914_TS^jf^^r^see^iUtia, ..under
Om Oaj^i^b^4a^ 0 the
-i-rf3Svfer*
Oantbet join
i
Orlean^ $.&
ww
84 8 0
H..-A&
pe.,H^^X,i^isi as a
,.^,-^yAhJL-tOpkjceluge^ ajlfiajtaj.
a1
fortified Jfeffpolitan sea-
ISsM^-Benjamin Silliman, who wife
ie first to promote agricuh
tura chemistry in the United
7 States, die in New Haven.
Borti there, Dec. 4, 1816^-
a889-^-J^ugust -Belmont, emtneut.
"".fjjhanttier, died in New York
Y?it\v Born in /Hesse-Darm
tsadt, in 15.
1890John Watrus Beckwith, Epiff
copal bishop of Georgia died
in Atlanta:. Born at Raleigh,
N. CI Feb.
9. 1S31.
I^g99.GeorgeV |l. avis, director
general bf the .world's Column
Matt 'Exposition, died in Chi
cago. Mpxn- rrf-"Masst-'Jan. 3
1840.
1920The--.United States released
the last of 600 war draft ob-
SUBSCRfBE FC&
ij SEEKS RULING AGAINST
_US1NG\jEETH tU BOXtNG
l^^^i^^TRe ^^drehpalii
(By $
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Mporehea*
Bor| a^i| Q^^5c^
,,.jft question. arose recently, wen
in .abOxmg ma|chhere lolloping an
|g?^ftfejat|4!| a poker game* or fthe
contestants almost hit off his op-
pojjpeats^i?2-./, .^../:..v -.vA
FOB MOST
Cqnroy,
forwards Babe Elliott, gftal fender,
EramyxOisjcr^tt,v-Chi^es^Sas'senVjB'B
G^we%:"'JSgueal' Wifewon
land Bothchilds and Bitf Cortigan,,
are also St.-Paul hociejtv watejaal
this winter
United Press) V
Chicago, Ndv. 24-P^dhibitiojft" was
blamed today for modern- boys and
girls'-going x&ong, by-Mb& Bess -Sul
livan, who resigned as... assistant
States Attorney after spending^ a
nu^Bftber of years handKng^oasess of
Melinquent children. The proh^
i*on law has caused ^ttore giri&-t-ga
wrong, than anyone imagines^-: -he
f&\t ^'1 SuV hot against1
prohibition,
out Tartf for a change iirtiEia.'dtetbod
hi- epfdrpemenl
f-- Bbys afei not *eai ^fellows unjeas
they carry hip liquor an4 girls who
used to.be satisfied, ^ith ice. .cream
odas, sit in cabarets drinlfihg syn
thetic gin,half the night. They never
thought of liquor before prohibition.
i "The-trouble starts-when they sta*!
|tome from the caberet in a taxi.
i, More gfrls are iuiued in taxieaJbjS
|than in any other
place.",Public &&-
Hussion of sex problems is a bad in
fluence accordingto Miss Fitzgerald,
I ,j Toronto, CanadaEach person in
^Canada' eats 27 pounds of butter a
^rear, eftihparecl to 15 in U. S.
it,'. s
1 Dr. J. A. Keene, Famous Rupture
Sjjeciatist,. will at tiie .Mariham,
1Hotel
&
for one day bnlyr-Salufdayiien
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,^^i-M^.tA4".*t^j*t*-:*4it
'ONE YEAR AGO TODAY
i-'s:: ~M
&:
wner
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treat all cases of Rupture^ no matter
how long standing- -v
fc Di\ Keene,^says.""A iuliiibKed pa*
tient fitted with an appliance, pro
perly cohstructed .and -.jrrectly put
on, is as strong as normal and should
on no account fail to build up and
harden the j^ui&ejfes ,6f the abdomen
To efiect^*c&is:^i|ha truss, Rup
ture m$g$. bji*ri.ia &terualjring at
all time'^ani^diu'-aS presure on
spermatSc e?]i^r jvuhisf bone^, Dr.
Keene 'hW^5^au3e&~m *ha-- treat
ment ^f
^Ru^tu*a for 10 years and
positiv'el^.^aSttarttees to Jiold your
ruptureiiwith his patented appliance
at all time^rrjregardiess of occupation
He does ^ir^se el&^ic belt, springs
or leg sfctauKi:'..
This ^a^iilnceiSf uidorsed by lead
ing physTeiansr V.-:^ JI.
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'3714 feet widerequal to a lot anitjLfft half.
$270 AW $2?Q)
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