The Tulsa Post (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 146, Ed. 1 Wednesday, July 12, 1911 Page: 3 of 8

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THE TULSA POST. WEDNESDAY EVENING, JULY 12, 1911.
Mutt Will Peek Before He Flirts Next Time
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Always Lead and
Chief Meyers, the Indian Catcher
ed by Real Experts
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Always Reliable
of the New York Giants
GULF TEAM IS
game of the season and the report
AMERICAN
LEAGUE.
has gone forth
a surprise on
that they will spring
the redoubatable col-
STANDING OF
THE
TEAMS
lection of Bills.
Detroit ...........
52
24
.684
_______
Philadelphia ......
49
,26
.653
THE
BOX SCORE.
New York ........
40
35
.533
Gulf Pipe Line
AB. R. H. P. A E.
Chicago ...........
. 38
35
.521
Gwynn, lb ...
..... 4 1 0 7 0 0
Boston ............
36
.526
Maddox, 3b ..
.....5 1 1 0 0 1
Cleveland .........
42
.468
Plake. If .....
..... 4 1 0 0 0 1
Washington .......
. 27
■60
.351
Nearman, ss.
..... 4 110 0 1
St. Louis ..........
. 20
55
.267
Columbus 6, Indianapol's 2.
Minneapolis 8, Milwaukee 6.
Toledo 4, Louisville 3.
Standing of the Teams.
County Club .........1 0
Elks ................ 1 0
Texacos ............. 1 0
Belleview ............ 4 4
Gulf ................. 4 4
Owen ................1 2
Forest Park ...........0 0
Newsies ..............0 2
1000
loot)
1000
.500
.500
.333
.000
.000
| Miller, 2b .......... 4 1 2 6 4 0
I Perryman, rf ...... 4 2 2 0 0 0
Grant, cf ........ 3 1 1 0 1 0
Reed, p ........... 2 1 1 0 3 0
Stiges, c .......... 2 1 1 8 4 0
Total ......... 33 10 9 21 13 3
Newsies
AB. R. H. PO. A. E.
Results Yesterday.
Gulf, 10; Newsies, 8.
A baiting rally in the last inning
almost tied the score for the Newsies
In yesterday evening's game with the
Gulf, but when the slaughter was end-
ed the Ink doubers still lacked two
runs of equalling the ten scores of
the Gulfers. A fair sited crowd, con-
sidering the threatening weather, at-
tended the game but what was lacked
In numbers was made up in enthus-
iasm.
The Gulf hoys were attired in brand
new uniforms of white and the article
of baseball they put up was all to the
good. Miller, the second baseman
and Reed the pitcher, both of the
Gulf team, played a stellar game and
are deserving of special commenda-
tion. Miller covers the whole infield
and never lets a chance get by. Reed
demonstrated that he has something
in the way of curves, et al.
Stackhouse, the Newsies captain,
livened things up when he replaced
Ouimette at first base in the last part
of the game and from then on the
Newsies played a stronger game.
Marion twirled a good game but was
unlucky. , , ,
This evening at 5:30 o clock the
Texacos and Country Club tangle a
the South Main street park. Tomor-
row evening the Elks play 1 orest
Park. It will be Forest Park's first
Dalgreen, cf....... 4 1 1 0 0 0
Hubard, 2b ........ 3 2 3 3 3 0
Ouimette, lb. If ... 4 2 1 5 0 0
Kious, ss .......... 3 1 2 0 12
Cheatham,, rf...... 4 0 0 0 0 1
I Stackhouse, If. lb .. 4 1 2 0 0 0
Marion, p ......... 3 0 1 1 1 0
Medder, c .........3 1 1 7 3 3
Gorbett, 3b ........ 3 0 1 2 0 0
Total ........ 27 8 12 21 8 6
RESULTS YESTERDAY.
New York 8, St.. Louis, 3.
Cleveland 2, Washington, 1.
Detroit 14: Philadelphia 8.
Chicago 4-6, Boston 0-6.
NATIONAL LEAGUE.
Score by innings;
Gulf .................. 020 602 0—10
Newsies .............. 200 001 5— 8
Summary—Three base hits, Hub-
bard, Stackhouse; two base hits Mil-
ler, Perryman,, Ouimette, Gorbett;
first base on balls off Reed, 2; Mari-
on 4; struck out by Reed 8; Marlon
10; wild pitches, Reed 1, Marion 3;
hit by pitcher, Grant Stiger. Umpire
Purpus.
STANDING OF THE TEAMS
Chicago ........... 47 2
Philadelphia ....... 46 3
New York ......... 45 3
Pittsburg .......... 43 3
St. Louis........... 42 3
Cincinnati ......... 31 4
Brooklyn ........... 27 4
Boston ............. 18 5
.618
.603
.592
.581
.568
.425
.365
.243
RESULTS YESTERDAY
Philadelphia 12, Cincinnati 6.
Chicago 6, Brooklyn 2.
Pittsburg 13, New York, 4.
St. Louis-Boston game postponed
wreck.
SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION
Standing of the Teams.
Birmingham
46
27
.630
43
32
.578
39
37
.513
39
38
.506
38
40
.487
38
40
.487
33
45
.425
29
46
.387
Yesterday’s
Race Results
When the bowels reel uncomtortDie
ana you miss the exhiliaratlng feei ng
that alwavs follows a copious morning
operation.' a diet of HERB1NE will set
you right in a couple of hours. taK;
en at bed time you get the benefiicial
effect after breakfast next morning.
Trice 50c. Sold by all druggists.
WESTERN LEAGUE.
STANDING OF THE TEAMS
Denver ............ 49 28
Pueblo ............ 43 30
Lincoln ............ 43 31
St.. Joseph ......... 43 35
Omaha ............. 37 39
Sioux City ........ 40 47
Topeka ............ 29 47
lies Moines ........ 23 52
RESULTS YESTERDAY
Omaha 4, Sioux City 0.
Denver 5, Pueblo 0.
Lincoln 3, Topeka 1.
Des Moines-St. Joseph; rain.
.636
.589
.581
.551
.487
.460
.382
.307
RESULTS YESTERDAY.
Nashville 1„ Chattanooga 1, (called
in fifth, darkness.)
New Orleans 3, Birmingham 0.
Atlanta 6, Memphis 1.
Montgomery 1, Mob'le 0 (twelve in-
nings.)
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION
Tulsa, Okla.
First race, four furlongs and seven-
ty yards; trathland tiriith>, I to I,
won; Ella ummers (Crawford), 30 to
1, second; Mabel King (Wills), 4 to 1 j
third. Time 56.
econd race, six furlongs; Dan Nor-
ton (Crawford), 2 to I, won; Orba
mile (Small), 6 to 1, Second; Flor-
ence Meyers (Pendergast),, 2 1-2 to
1, third. Time, 112 1-5.
Third race, six and a half furlongs;
George Young, favorite (Brooks), I
to 1, won; Waterloo (Warren), 5 to
1, second; Severn (Pendergast), 3 to
1, third. Time, 124.
Fourth race, six and one-half fur-
longs; Tom Toohey (J. Brooks), 3 to
1, won; Miss May Bowdish (Ramsey),
6 to 1, second; Meadowgreen (King),
20 to 1, third. Time, 123.
Fifth race, $500 derby race, one
mile and seventy yards, Dave Mont-
gomery (Small), 4 to 1, won: Flying
Pearl (Warren), 2 to t, second;
Hearts elief (E. Smith), 6 to 1, third.
Time, 148. Crossover was favorite a(
2 to 1.
Sixth race, three furlongs: Jackett,
favorite (Warren) 1 to 2, won; Hope
(Morgan), 3 to 1, second, Mattie Gar-
rett (Pendergast), 2 to 1, third.
Time 35 1-5.
Seventh race about five furlongs;
Cordova, favorite (Warren), 8 to 5,
won; Regards (J. Brooks), 3 to 1,
second: Pleas'ng (Donovan), 2 to I,
third. Time, 160 2-5.
battle ground controversy should he
I settled. He wnts to have the thing
over with. “I'm the crusher of the
White Hopes and they can't bring
; them too fast for me,” is the manner
: in wh'ch he expresses himself. He is
' confident he can defeat any of them
and is wiling to take a chance with
the ''lllg Black Boys.” He says that
lie is postlve he can defeat Langford
and his chances with Johnson are bet-
ter titan those of any other man. At
any rate that's the manor in which
lie lias the situation sized up. All the
sporting world will bo interested in
the outcome of the fight and if Morris
can put It over a man of Jim's class
and caliber then surely he is worth
considering as a future championship
poslbllity. We are anxiously awaiting
the result.
Pfxplpoilc In the Studio
I UI II (1119 an(i at Your Horn s
Difficult Photography
Solicited
Kodak Finishing
RODDEN-BROWN.
104 1-2 Main Phone 857
FIRE AND TORNADO
INSURANCE
F. B. JORDAN
121 South Boston.
PHONES
Office 135 Res. 517
l£j|
STANDING OF THE TEAMS.
47
36
.566
4
38
.537
42
40
.512
42
41
.506
41
42
.494
40
43
.482
40
44
.476
36
48
.429
DO YOU KNOW
That you are going by your beat
Watchmaker and Jeweler In Tulsa
with your work every day. Why? Be- j
cause he has never tooted his own,
horn. My work has been my only ad-
vertising medium and I realize that'
it takes a long time to cover the field. ,
So, I am compelled to reach you
through the printer. If what I have
said in this little ad is not absolutely,
true, Tell me so, I will make good.
J. A. OWENS,
No. 7 East Third Street.
Chief Meyem. the big Indian eateher of the New York Giants, whose
sensational and consistent work this year stamps him as one of the best ,
receivers in the game. The gigantic backstop is not only pegging to bases i
as Johnny Kling used to do in his palmy days, but he is threatening the bat-1
ting leaders of the league. Meyers boasts a percentage far above .300, in-
cluded in which are many extra base clouts.
PALACE OF SWEETS
3rd & Main
ICE CREAM. ICES
SOFT DRINKS
DELICATESSEN
NOON LUNCH
RESULTS YESTERDAY.
St. Paul 6. Kansas City 5.
The Want Ads reflert the most urg
ent needs of hundreds; they outline i
the most sought for essentials, that
are necessary for the success and wel-
fare of many.
TULSA TWILIGHT LEAGUE SCHEDULE FOR SEASON 1911.
COUNTRY CLUB
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BELLEVIEW.....
COUNTRY CLUB.
READ
July 16.
August 30.
August 3,
24.
July 26.
August 18.
August 5,
12.
luly 21.
August 6.
July 12.
SepL 17.
July 29.
August 26.
ELKS.
July 16,
August 30.
THE
July 13.
Sept. 24.
August 10.
Sept. 8.
July 28, 4.
Sept. 1.
August 8,
17.
August 2,
22.
July 22.
August 13.
FOREST PARK.
August 3,
24,
July IS.
Sept. 24.
POST
July 19.
August 15.
July 23.
August 19.
July 27.
Sept. 2.
July 25.
August 27.
August 9,
29.
• GULF.
July 26. If
August 18.
August 10.
Sept. 8.
July 19.
August 15.
6 48
July 11.
August 20.
July 15.
August 31.
July 30.
Sept. 6.
August 4.
SepL 3.
NEWSIES.
August 6.
12.
July 28.
Sept. 1.
July 23.
August 19.
July 11.
August 20.
ALL
August L
Sept. 10.
July 20.
August 25.
July 14.
Sept. 8.
f OWEN.
July 21.
j August 1.
Aug 8,
17.
27.
Sept. 2.
July 15.
August 21.
August 1.
Sept. 10.
GOOD
August 11.
Sept. 7.
August 23.
July 9
TEXACOS.
July 11
j Sept 17.
! August 2.
22.
fuly 25. If
August 27.
July 30.
Sept. 6.
July 20
August 25.
August 11.
Sept. 7.
SPORTS.
July 18.
August 16.
' - BELLEVIEW. Uui* **•
1 August 21
July 22. | Auguat •,
August U. j29- **»
Aug. 4.
Sept S.
July 11
Sept 6.
July 9.
August 23.
July 11.
August 16.
NEWS.
Prompt Service
Popular Fri ce
I
If Morris F'lnn are Ufer getting him
out?
The above is not original on our
part, we borrowed it from the car-
toonist, and speaking of the cartoon-
ist, keep our eyes open and you're
going to see a new feature on this
page in a few days that promises to
be a bigger hit than even "Mutt and
Jeff ” That's aii we can say right
now. Hi le HI Lo!
Dave Montgomery upset the dope
of the wige ones yesterday in winn-
ing the derby event at the fair
grounds track. A four to 1 shot is a
mighty nice thing to be down on -
but its darned exasperating to see the
favorite whom you've played straight
through to not even get in the money.
But did you ever happen to think that
Jockey Small was astride Dave yes-
terday? We were just thinkng. if
we had played Jockey Small s mounts
straight through the meeting wed
have slightly more than wheateake
money now and the grouch bag
wouldn't look so slim.
These Twilight league games are
certa niy ail the atrlped confection
The folk* who work in office# and
elsewhere and who do not get off
work until t o’clock In the evening
find a pleasant reiaction in taking a
car out to the bail park and witness
ing a spirited game between two
teams of “all home” talent. Games j
each evening at 5:30 excepting Mon- ;
days. Saturday at 4 o’clock and Sun-
day's at 3:30. Heher's a tip Don't j
miss that Country Club-Elk game Sun-
day. It's a hot race all the way
' through and if you're not implicated
'you're missing a swell itow and will
soon grow iDto a moss hack.
The Kansas State league has fol-1
lowed in the wake of the Western
| Association and flunked. The Kansas j
! State disbanded yesterday. In con- j
i nection with this news It might be
well to state that the Newsies of the
Twilight League are expecting to re-
j turn of Gourley, their former str third
I baseman who baa ben playing with
Hutchison. The Newsies need streng
thening and need It bad. Welcome
home, Gourley.
-FOR-
PORTRAITURE
IN THE HOME
OR STUDIO
see
Williams Studio
219a S. Main Phone 1693
Some time thia wek, maybe today,
F B Ufer and Jim Flynn, in Chicago
will decide where and when the post
poned affair of July 4, 1* to he staged.
The three place* that are being con-
sidered are Harry Pollock in New
York, The National Club in Phlladel
pbla and Tom Andrews In Milwukee
FOR
Concrete and Cement
Work
OF ALL KINDS SEE
H. ADAMS
Address 212 S. Frisco
Phone 1596
Says Otto Floto In the Denver oPst
I saw Flynn In Denver last ba:ui
dag night and he la anxioua iLa' th
Expert
PIANO TUNING AND. RE-
PAIRING BY
GROH and WILSON.
Phones 1495 and Black 869

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