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Bomldll is Alt Set For
1f/|#l #?ea/ Hard Bad
Game of Season T\
Fully 1,000 Fiuu Ekpectmf to
Witness Firemen-Crookston
Game at New Armory
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ONf| OF TWO TEAMS TO
^SUFFER FIRST DEFEAT
Free Dancing Between Halve*
and Big Dance After Game
$ Band Will Also Play
Fifty cents plus war tax will give
each interested resident of Bemidji
an-opportunlty to see Company of
Crookston and tide Bemidji Firemen
perform at the "new armory tonight
at eight o'clock.
fOf these' two crack basketball
teams, which have so far this year
kept their slates clean, one is bound
to hit a snag tonight. If the Firemen
lof?r"the game will be worth the
price of admission anyway. Bat the
most ardent followers of the team
say tfiat Crookston will have to put
up ittbest brand of oasketbali if it
hopes to have a show with the Be
mjd|f team. One of them is bound
to get its season's^record all mussed
up tonight,1
and it is doubtful which
team it will be.
"Tonight's game will be called
promptly at 8 o'clock, with Dr. J.
W- Diedrich as referee and Bob
Traynor of Crookston as umpire. A
clean game is assured, a battle of
sptefisLscnd ability.
The Bemidji Boys band will be on
hand to help out in any possible dull
foments, and will entertain the
early* ^arrivals at the new armory.
Between the halves of the game, a
six-piece orchestra is to furnish mus
is for free dancing and will play for
a public dance under the auspices of
the .Firemen after the close of the
game. Dot Van is scheduled to offi
ciate at the piano and good music is
assured.
Bleachers have been erected along
both sides o&the lower floor and ar
rangements have been bade to seat
COAS Winter daysare summer days
along America's Rivierathat
famous stretch of shore from New
Odeans toPensacoIa. Islandsand*
peninsulas, bays and bayous,
glistening white beaches, and
bordering the shell-road drives
or water's edge,raos8-draped live
oaks and a profusion of wild
flowers. The,imprint of the French period is
tamped on these quaint^ hospitable
wtdrt^einet:
Bcv'SL Look, Pen ChUUm. Gatfport
1 Mfutui&i Qtg, Bilc^d, MotiU.
Pgacagoula,, Octal Sprtn&
Here sunlit day* of fifhing^ sailing,
motoring hunting, golf," tennis await
you. And as prelude, a pleasant,
interesting trip via the
C.&E.I
Leave Chicago (Dearijom Station) ever
As Chicago & Eastettt Illinois Railway,
at 12:25 middayarrive Gulf Coast Re
sorts next afternoon.
r' Reduced Round Trip Fares
Forissuivslioaa, mrannatioii anclbooknls*
it* i addreM
\t -fOiT.ilNLEy.NoilliVMitmiPaw.Acwt
CftLU 720 Pioneet BUs.
\f 8k Paul Moa.
iM
MaMSpcUstMisa. _______
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at least "600?persons. Fullyr^JOO
can be accomodated altogether and
that number is expected "to be pres
ent- Efforts are being made'to-ewr
courage the stores to close at 7:45
tonight to allow the clerks and em
ployers as well to atend the game.
Bemidji is all set for the first
real hard game of the season on the
home floor and, if Crookston wins,
the team will surely know it has been
in a fast contest.
Eem&ji this year boasts the
strongest s?am in its history and
there is every indication that to
night's game will be exceptionally
close throughout the entire 4CL min
utes of play.
Friday! night of this" Nveet|, -the
Firemen will-* meet FSsstotP-'on the
Bemidji floor and another lively
contest is sure to take place Fos
ston has always had a strong team
and in scheduling a game with Be
midji this year the Fosston boys
knew what they were up\against but
did not hesitate in agreeing to come
here to play.
Crookston's hope in tonight's game
are high and that Crookston is there
with the goods is shown by the oK
lowing article from the Crookston.
Daily Time3 relative to the game to-,
night:
Coach Myron Jackson will again
have his basketball squad out for
practice at the armory this evening
after a rest following the 54 to 10
victory over the Fargo Y. M. C. A.
team last Friday. The line-up which
started the last game will undoubt
edly start most of the games for
Company M. during the season. With
Miller back at the guard position, op
posing teams have found it very dif
ficult to run up any large score as is
evidenced y the fact that tne Fargo
team, which is the strongest quint
to play here so far thi3 season, was
only able to score 10 points. But
two points, a field basket were total
ed in the first half. Miller fits in
well with Nelson, with whom he has
played for the last two years. These
two players form a defensive combi
nation which is hard to beat jn any
part of the state. "r
Company depends on its center
and two forwards' to'do the scoring
Raines, Sampson, Weber, Larson and
Captain Haavenare five men whom
Crookston fans will rely upon to
score enough points to defeat a great
majority of opponents- Coach Jack
son has been playing 'Sampson, Haav
en and Raines at center, but here
call for that position in most of the
games. Sampson and Haaven will
play regularly at forwards with Smith
and Larson ready to be sent in at
any time. The latter two players
are a neat little pair of forwards for
a coach to have. They can go in
and fight hard and scoro a few points
and then return to the sidelines while
the regulars are given a breathing
spell. The seven members of the
first team squad will make the trip
to Bemidji on Wednesday morning,
where they will meet* the Bemidji
Firemen's1
team,- that evening. The
teams will meet in. Crookston on
Wednesday December 27 th
Both t$ams are, undefeated this
season- The locals have w6A six
straight games and Bemidji has scor
ed victories over a number of*strong
teams. They won again over Fergus
Falls last Friday evening by a 20 to
yi 'score. The firat game was won
by Bemidji *13 to 11. Wednesday
night's game will be a fight between
two fast teams, both trying to keep
their records clean.
HIGH SCHOOL SECONDS
DP AT TTMCTnivr fami'letfo**
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test by the score of 10 to 8. Altho
the Bemdiji team was not used to
the small hall fine game wds put
up. Those from Bemidji to make.,the
trip were Smith, Barker, Denley,
Gennes, Cahil^WpQck and Peterson'.
Athletic Director Kovach icebmpa
iie the team {ami
class game.
school hasketball team at Ttestr&r ^/l^ ^w^l of
Tuesday nigl in an interesting con- JjJ*
reports a first
ENGBERGKNOCKS OUT-
FRANKLIN IN HRSri^
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ruuM^Landis
Grayjack, Milwaukee, and
Mayberry, Duluth bantamweightsr I
nitjl liwiitr
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and
nove fought a slow ten-round draw hero
tonight, according to the judge's de
cision. Grayjack substituted for
Jimmy Valentine, Baltimore, who
was injured in training.
In the semi-windup, Eddie Bill
ings, Superidr, received the judges*
decision over Kid Alberts, Duluth,
at the end of a fast ten-round bout.
They are middleweights.
Emil Engberg Minneapolis, Knock
ed out Dick Franklin, Bemidji in the
first of a scheduled six-round con
test* The men are heavyweights. fita ships,
?JfWffliP^WP!^
THE OLD HOME TOWN*!
By HENRY L. FARRELL
(United FresS* Spor Editor)
New York, Dfc. 20 (United Press)
You boys'll be back in this neigh
borhood next fall," Garry Herrman
boss of the Cincinnati Reds, said to
a party of eastern writers at the re
cent gathering of the minors at
Louisville.
It was Garry's way of saying that
the Reds are going to do the National
League's end of the. entertaining in
the world series of 1923-
Herrman isn't alone thinking well
of Cincinnati's chances in the com
ing pennant race. The Reds look very
gopd from thig distance and if they
get away to a good .start, ey have
a grand chance for the title.
The Reds made a smart deal when
they secured Rube Benton from the
St- Paul American Association club.
Benton is not only far from being
through, but he is as good as he ev
er wsa, according to good judges
who saw him working in the associa-
after Raines will probably get the 1 tion.
John Conway Toole, president
the International league, said his
work against Baltimore in tne "little
world's series"' was the second best
he had ever seen on the mound- He
regarded the finest game pitched as
one of Dick Rudolph'g against the
Athletics in the 1914 series.
Benton had a bad foot and his
arm was going bad when he left the
Giants. His foot was brought
around by the St. Paul trainer and
his arm weakens was found to be the
result of a collection of pus under
his shoulder and*it was removed by
op operation-
Four major league clubs were af
ter Bentontwojn the National
league and two from the American
league.
Both the American league offers
were withdrawn when Ban Johnson,
president of the league, declared that
Benton could.no^ pitch in his organ
ization^
The old Herzog-Benton story
wasthe'temporary^rank-of
given as the reason-
John W. Norton, president of the
St. Paul club, wrote* Johnson and sug
gested thatw iafs Benton was not clean
enough play in the'^ American
league,
hein
en01S'n
THE BEMIDJ1 DAILY PIONEER
AUNT ARAH PEABOenr CONeftATOUATBS I
fr,MiyTRIC OF MJD/N4 A POTTV KNIF* It* THE. fRSOMER^L0AF'
OfBftEMO SOTHBY COM-D DIG OUT OF JtflL, ANP SAVE "tne TOWN
7Qte fcgpgNsg OF HCATW6 ANp FEepi -rota* AUL, WliTe^e?
L0MSGOQBF0R
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Cincinnati Reds Said to Have
Fine Chance for National
Title Nctt Season!
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was not good enough for
KEA1 lEaWlKllalV IlHlHrany club organize baseball he commanded the 81st division dur-
demanded that Johnson prove his ing its period-of training in the St.
The Bemidii hieh school second charges, but Johnson replied that it I Die
team ^efeatld thf Tet^e Tgh f^l America leagu^Zef-
^?^t
Benton appeared before Commis
sioner Landis and stated his case
during the Louisville meeting and let
telfs frem}the
National league, office
and the Giants' office were present
ed, showing that Benton had not been
found guilty of any off-color'wdrk.
Norton was agoing after Johnson
again, when CinrinnatCommissionep i bobbed ur
,with a^good
offetr
made' s^' consen
sawere
much
T. 1 TT dn WoUt!ry Herrman formerly such fast
Duluth Jinn., Decv 20^Walte
?fjiemjkom"a
Howard,
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as
Afte
he
tsectpr,in
Gaiv
miserable'staraa"last sea
son onr more good pitcher was abourt
th
Re
go
straightened- all they neededdto make it most in
teresting for the iGants.
Pete Donahue, about the best
young pitcher in baseball was out
for weeks with a bad arm.
ONE YEAR AGO TODAY,.
^Anti-Saloon league declared fight
on Mellon's beer tax plan.
French delegate in Arms Confer
agreed to 175,000-ton limit for cap-*
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BASKETBALL ROLES
i&L a^av CHOICE^ 5-
-*%ow is thVchoice^of baskets de
termined?
It is always customary for the vis
iting team to have the choice of
baskets in the first half. In the sec
ond half the team Changes baskets,
so there really-is no advantage-
SUBSTITUTE
When a subsStute foes into the
game what forrmafity must he go
throughf-'
He must report to the scorers and
be recognized by the referee- He
cannot communicate with any play
ers until the- play has. been resumed.
UEAD BALL
If in making a throwr for the bask
et the ballThecomes' lodged in the
supports, hqwt must this ball be put
into play, und^r the basket or the
center circled
The ball shall be put into play in
the center circle.
BLOCKING
What is blqckingf
Blocking is(impeding the progress
of an opponent, who has not the ball.
FOULS
What is, the, ^f/fer?nee between a
technical foul and a personal foul?
A technical, foul does not involve
personal contact, while^ a personal
foul is committed when a player holds
blocks,, tripsf pushes tojr,
the Vosgeg and in the
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sale was,
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The'deal was "made, it understoed
& CRQOKSIPTEA. AltNP^ APilM-*
By Condo
indulges I
any other.-dkrm of_ un-necessary
roughness.
CpfPARpiSPQRIS- 1
RacingMeeting of Jefferson xar-i
ish Fafr Association, at New Or
leans. -j
Meeting of .Culba-American Jock
ey club.' at Havana. 1
Meeting of TijuanajJockey club 1
at Tijuana-
TennisInternational conference
of lawn tenjs federations at
London.
IN THE DAY'S NEWS
f-
Major General -Charles^ J. Bailey,
who is to be retired fronTactive ser
vice today on account of age, leaves
behind him a. distinguished record of
46 years of service as an officer in
the U- S, army. General Bailey was
born in Philadelphia in 1S69 and was
graduated from West Point in 1880.
Later1
iie was'graduated from the Ar
tillery sehdol and-received the de
gree of master of arts from the Uni
versity of/Vermont General Bailey
has been secretary of the* War CoU
lege, commarider of the coast artil
lery in Puget Sound, and command
er of tile Philippine department. With
major general
A
ago he was promoted to the perman
ent rank of major 'generate For his
service the World War he was
decorated with the Distinguished
Service Medal-,
nREMEN'S SCHEDULE
The following^ g^mies have been
scheduled 'UKmM&frt*'*
baU teanlrlBe#Mp0^-*Wch,baakct-
how
ever, are oji&., tentative/ Others
will be^addeaUa they are arranged:
*TONtST
CR^C^STOIJIv AT
BEMIDJI,'
Dec ^z&^FqBSftm 'at^Bemiajif
January ^-^-LaCrqsse At Bemicfji
January 8 and MJenvte tigers at
Bemidji.
January ^1^Crookston at Crooks
ton-
January 15^BMlentines XMinn
eapohs) at Bemjdj^*^'*'
January 16^BairenMies (Minn
eapolis) at Bemidji.
January 19Crookston at Be-
January^29 and 30^Norton
Globe Trotters^(Minneapolis) at Be~
midji.
Jan. 31Grand Rapids at Be-]
midji.
rlt* ii.V)*
TODAY'S BIRTHDAYS
Prince George, fourth^ of theifr
Brilisb^MajestteSi* bo^ft 2ft years* ago
todfty,
David J3- Hanna, xflp&r,.
Phone 94
Figs.
Queen
Oiiyes
Stuffed Olives Ripe
Olives
Sweet Pickles Sour
PicKes.
Candied
Cherries
Phone 57
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.the Canadian Nationayftatt'wriss born
|n 'Scotland 64 years.*i?\teay.
Maj. Gen. Charles 4^&1&y*'U. S-
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SMYRNA FIGS
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Genuine Import
NOVELTIES, HARD CANDIES
pail, or in the bulk.
Old Fashioned Ribbon
Candy, Old Time Style
mixed, Fancy Fench
am s, Kindergarten
Mixed, Peanut Brittle, Sun
Ray Hard Mixed.
Richelieu, canned. Fruits
and Vegetables at special
discounts, deafi up before
the New Yorks come in
quality cannot.be packed
^"^Pri'lt^alL you nonfc
it is." RICHELIEU BRAND
"It's all you hope it is"
Spiced Peaches
Spiced Apricots
Spiced Kumquots
Spiced Pineapple,
Spiced Crabapple
Spiced Blactberries
-V
4, who goes on the retired list to
day, born in Philadelphia 64 "years
ago today,
Theodore E- Burton, representa
tive in Copgr.e% of the-22nd Ohio
district, bj^ni^al Jeffreson, 0-, 71
years agoV^tfdayV^ w^M
Robert Xe*e WilhafBtSj#)rmer gov
ernor of Oklahoma, hnrn^at Brun
didgje, _Ala., 56 years ago today.
SANTA CLAUS SHOPS HERE
"They all want Candy," Santa saysno matter what else the kid-
dies ask, it'a lure to be included So tell Santa tosendXahdy for your
kiddies from the Sunshine Grocery-where theyVg wholesome as well
as deliciousr &* -f &-"s
GIVSS HARDWAR E
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Chocolate Creams, Xmas
Special, soft, centera-i
This is "Sji^t, W*ekf'
Give your family a treat,
this weekcomes, in
5 pound boxes ft. .$1.49
Lesa than box.. 35c
3 pounds fortT $1.0U
Something You WiUAppreqlate
ROICHELIEU BRAND
"If all you hope it is."
PRESERVES
Figs Peaches
Apricots
Kmnquot Pineapple Loganberry
Strawberries Red. Cherries
Red Raspberries
Red Ball"Tomatoes
Yellow, Plum, Tomatoes
BAR64S
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In Jceland whistling is forbidden
as a breaehTof the divine law.
The only intoxicating beverage
used in Persians home-made wine, f,
Gray and black Agripin^t moths
are thirteen' inches from wing tip to
wing tip.
SUBSCRIBE
Our factory shipment of skis ordered shipped Oct
ober First^left the factory on December Seventh
and::have'just arrived.
Qn^pecis I-concession from the factory we are
makingrthese special prices. 1
PINE SKIS
5-foot skis, specialHT^T.* $1.00
6-foot skis, special $1.25
7-foot skis, special $1.^0
EDGE GRAIN PINE SKIS
TUigirlar Price! Sale Price'"
4-foot skis-......-.'. .$1*5& $1.25
5-)foot skis ........i.^-..... $2.-50 $2.00
6-foot skis -.A,..t~$&25 i $2.7B
7-foot skis $3.75 _...$3.0&
DARK STAINED SELECT ASH SKIS
White stripped, well-polished bottoms, good
grove. S
Regular Price.' Sale Price"
6-foot skis $6,00 $4.50"
7-foot skis $7.00 $5.00
7%-foot skis $8.00 $6.00
8-foot skis $8.50 $6.50
Get the boys and-girls outside in the Winter weath
erit beat* the doctor bills fcr health.
MaU Orders Filled
The Sporting Goods Store Bemidji, Minn.
THE PIONEER
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312 Main Ave.
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1922
4 Crop
':NO. 1
Nuts
Brazils
.Pecans.
Filberts
Almonds
Peanuts
Walnuts
Soft Shelled
Walnuts
Budded
Mixed Nuts
Sunkist Oranges
Special 23c a dozen
AND CIJgCOIATESbyj the
Christmas Candles, Three
sizes to choose, from.
Social, a boxhr....lOc
Large^ Yuletide candles
wit holdereyery home
jhould-have one.
e*s-^e
XMAS NOyELTIES
Genuine Jersey Sweet Po
tatoes, Fresh Hawaiian
Pmeapple, Asia Minor
Layer Smyrna r*igs, Crys
tallized Ginger, Malaga
Spam Import Raisins, Fig
Pudding: and Plum Pud
ding, Sweet bulk New
York Apple Cider, Head
Lettuce* Chinese Cabbage,
or Celery Cabbage, GreennaeB
QjM9S^.Ce1.ery Pozpegranti, Eastern Ap
plesf'
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