Oklahoma Leader (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 13, Ed. 1 Monday, August 30, 1920 Page: 6 of 8
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I>« yon lik«* TAD's cartoon*! In-
door and outdoor sport*. If you do,
and every bad? itft, you will find
thi ni on this page eierj d*>.
ED HHiHI S
It hi n chard
Watch for the abundance of *pnrt
picture* and the torl« accompany,
juir tlicin. Ed. Huirhes run* three
tine* a neck.
Tribe Splits 5 to 3
2 to 1 — Yanks Win in
It Happened in Fistiania
HOW THEY STAND
AVIATORS WHO WILL REPRESENT I
IN FRENCH AIR DERBY.
Large Crowd Attend Games
—Griffith Hero of Double
Siorx CITY. Aug. 29.—By nplit-
tin« even with the Sioux. Suuday.
Oklahoma City failed to take ad-
vantage of the opportunity of gain
ing on the Oilers ThiH name op-
portunity hna pre ented itself three
time* in the pnat week and all three
times drew a hlank so far as the In-
dians were concerned.
The Oilers have won only three
out of the last eight games played
while the Indians were unable to
do bettei than split even in the same
number of games. Had the Indians
Jumped at the chances offered there
is a possibility they would be higher
up in the percentage column.
To get ba« k to the panics played
yesterday; the first contest \.as a
nip-and-tuck affair until the sixth
innings, when the Sioux sewed up
the game by scoring three runs.
The second game lasted only six
innings, but was long enough to let
the Tribe send over a brace of j
counters in the fourth, which was
one more than the Sioux were able
to Rather. The final result was that
once again the Indians failed to
One of the largest Sunday crowds
attending a game in this city. turned
out to witness the contests and the
enthusiasm evinced by the specta-
tors showed that the games were in
A triple steal by the Indians in
the first game, in which Griffiths
scored from third base while Haven
port was preparing to pitch, brought
tho crowd to its feet and Griffith
was given rounds of applause.
Both games were faBt, the first
contest taking one hour and fifty-
five minutes and the second an
hour and fifteen minutes.
The box scores:
Frcm PficuM to Stap- Bear om -ivif .W Night •
McKCf Shan^C* £*- PTTSB
rcccnuy vsadm a. 0o«-t
IK! TWO 80ONPJ •••
OKLA. CITY —
Llndlmore. Sb. ..
Darrlnger. sb. ...
8allsbur>, p ....
Iravenport. p. ..
w. l l-ct w. L.Pct.!
74 55 57i ft oJ« (ft 65 .5"4
75 57 5s-. Jopltn ti en 4TI
7 97 II .ill
W. L. Prt W 1. Pet
Enid 37 :o ;«! Henry'ta 31 20 617
Ft Smith 35 2J .*>.1 Drumr't 28 29 «f>l
Okmul 31 24 579 Chi. k aha :3 SI
Spring f*d 33 So .621 I'awtiu*. 11 43 lH-i
w. L-Pet W.LPet
Hrookiyn K9 63 St.0 Chicago «S «!>•;
Clndn l: 6r.v St. I^ouia 69 63 .484
N York 97 53 ISO Boston 48 99 .421
Pitts. 6" 58 6<i« PUIS,
A merit-as l.eagne.
W 1. Pet
Chicago 77 46 «>Jt> Boston
n y..ru 4 • • ■ • u • .
Cleveland 74 4* 6«)7 Detroit
t>t IxjuI* *1 5« 513 Phtta
Arnrrlmn A ••< « latlon.
W I. pet W 1. IM
St Paul HO 4.' 670 Toledo 64 G5 49C
Ml ti neap 6H 5* 640 Ix-ulsvllle til «8 473
Indlsnap 65 63 5ot« Colum 61 73 411
Mtlvkte 6-t 68 50* K. Cit> 41 b. JC|
W I. Pet W I.. Prt
N Orlna 74 63 .5<«3 Blrmhrn f.h 57 544
Memphis 64 4* 671 Mobile 60 7" 462
Little It 72 55 .r.f.7 Nashville 68 75 43G
Atlanta 72 65 667 Chatta. 45 84 34J
Ihh« J rogue.
VV. L. Prt W L. Pc*
F Worth 13 15 779 Heaumt
W Falls 41 26 61: Dalian
Shrevep't 36 .'9 554 Houston
. S. Anton 36 29 .647 I C.slvest'i
49 73 90S 1
W U Prt. |
67 64 471
47 73 S3? 1
39 82 122
34 32 .61 o
28 4.' .382
23 43 .3 1*
17 60 254
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Wcimem-t ki the 4 tv* kfi fs<D or
a. 12-ROVJNID BOVJT - - -
• • • JMA^IMCN Tue^Peo isrrn
WtirviefcTy PLACET a^D C-uvvr4
RiPF R- A F.esjC BrATlNS "S
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BY ED HUGHES.
There have been some skyrocket
leapB to stardom in the ring, but did
you ever hear of a chap starting in
a "prelim" and winding up by lick-
ing a head-liner in the "star" bout
- all in the same evening" No? Well,
it wan done the other evening in
Mickey Shannon, a Pittsburx
heavy, was the hero, and Capt. Bob
Roper of Chicago the victim.
It all came about like this: Roper,
a cow-hided product of the regular
army, was pitted against Charley
Weinert, the "Newark Adonis," in th>
main bout. Roper is tough.
that about sums up his case.
to continue. Roper walked
the foul Intentional, refused.
ver to' rifle body punch. Bhunnort
WeMeni League—Sioux City 6-1. Okla
I homa City 3-2; Joplln 1. St Joseph n ;
Omaha 6-0. Wichita 2-14; Dea Moines
' 7-5. Tulsa C-2.
We* tern Annotation—Henryetta 8-0.
Chukaaha 1-1; Okmulgee 2-5, fcinld 1-1;
Drumright 3. Springfield 2; Fort Smith
10. Pawhuska 1.
National l.eague— New York 4. Cincin-
nati 1. St. Ix uis 8. Philadelphia >; Ch.
caKo 4. Brooklyn 3, only three gamt
American l.eague—New York 4. St
Ix>uis 3; Washington 3. Cleveland
only two gHinea acheduled.
American A *oclstlon—Milwaukee 4-4
; M mneu (Killt 4. W( ond game called
ninth, darkness; St. Puul 13-3. Kanens
City 1-2; Columbus 4-4, Indianapolis 3--'.
J 1 x.uiaville-Toledo. rain.
' Southern A*«oi*lstlon — Nashllle
Chatianougn 1; Rlemphm 12, Little Rock
3; New Orleans 9-1. Mobile 2-4; onh
there gnmee scheduled.
Reading from left to r i ht, aro Captain ^YaIfer G. Kilmer Captain
R. W. gchroeder and Cap'aln C. ' Moseley, three American aviators,
who will represent the 1'nited Stales in tho Gordon Bonnet' Interna-
tional Air Derby in France on September 27. The planes the aviators
will use are Amerlcan-bullt craft In true American fashion ilie pllo's
have expressed tho belief that ono of them will return a victor.
BY OEORGE E. PHAIR
with genuine battle lust. He baa an j-o; Wichita Fulls Shrevei>ort l; Foi
The crowd again began to bellow ; under jaw like A1 Palzer'a famous
and to clamor for action. The star lower mamillary, and his glare makes
bout had terminated abruptly and the old John L. fighting visage look
unsatisfactorily, and several of the like a demure school girl a glance,
"prelim" bouts were snipped short Shannon, having put hiB tlrst op-
by knockouts. The management I ponent out in the second round, felt
asked Roper if he would box out the the desire for more competition,
remaining eight rounds with aome 1 When the chance to go against
one else. The array captain, how- Roper wus put to him he jumped into
e\er. implied that he hadn't come to his fightiun togs again in a Jiffy.
Newark for the purpose of trying Mickey, with the crowd supporting
out all the heavies in captivity. He him, tore iuto Roper from the start,
prepared to leave the ring. But Notwithstanding Roper's "rep," the
whether he figured himself respon- ex-"prellm" boxer slammed the cap-
But | slide for the club's plight, or the 'ain from pillar to poat, cutting his
He j sight of the "booing," unruly mob • features with hard swings and
Worth 3-2, Dallas 1-3.
THK GOLDEN SKAT.
'Twas in a luxurious ball park
I sat in a cool, shady scat.
In comfort and ease I was lolling
And aofe from the blistering heat.
I had but to wiggle my finner
And a peddler would hastily come
And load me with fresh roasted pea-
And popcorn and soda and gum.
x Batted for Mitchell in 9th.
of the had something to do with it, the fact banning the breath from his body
' with the drives he pumped in. At
the end of the twelfth Roper was
hanging on the ropes, "all in."
I Mickey Shannon in one evening
bad risen from "prelim" to star bout
rank purely because he was a real
flghtlug man who grabbed at an op-
was on tue receiving
mitts from ^he start. Weinert was is Roper changed his mind
having things all his own way in "Roper will tight anyone the man
the fourth frame when Roper sent agement cares to dig'tin." it was an
one in below the waist.
£ioux City 010 013 00*
Summary: liases on balls. Salisbury 1,
Mitchell 2, Daveni ort 1. sacrifice hit,
Breen; two-base hits. S] ellman; left on
bane*. Sioux City 8. Oklahoma City 6;
double pl.tv*. C..,>tit-\ i.. I)c:.lit 11• M« ' •
2: stolen I lane.". Defute. Harper. Griffith.
Hughes. LJrahain; struck out, by HuIIh-
bury 4. Mitchell 4. Davenport 3; earne I
runs and hits, off Salisbury 4 and 9 in
6 13 Innings. Mitchell 1 and 2 in J 2-3,
davenport u and 7 In 9. loosing pitcher
Umpires, Becker and Laucon. Time
OKLA. CITY— A.M. it. 11. P.O. A. K
Pitt, rf 3 0 1 1 0 f.
Moore, if 4 0 1 0 0 0
Harper, cf l n ft 3 ft o
Litulimore. 3b 3 0 1 0 1 0
It&rringer. ss 0 0 0 2 0
Criffith. < 3 0 1 5 0 0
Hughe*. 2b 2 1 1 0 4 t)
Oruhain. lb .1 0 1 8 0 ft
Allen, p 2 1 2 1 1 0
Totals 23 2 8 18 8 .)
SIOUX CITY— A n. U. H. P.O. A. L\
Crouch. If 2 0 1 0 0 0
Marr. 3b 3 0ftl 2 0
Pcfate. ss. 3 0 ft 1 2 ft
Metz. lb 3 0 I) « ft 0
Powell, rf :< o i' 1 ft o
Fpellman. c 3 0 0 4 ft 0
Cooney. 2b 2 1 1 0 3 ft
Totals 23 1 4 18 8 0
(Called in sixth by agreement).
Oklahoma City ftftft 20ft—2
Sioux City 0<>« 010—1
Summary; Buses on balla. Allen 1.
Russell :t; sacrifice hit, Pitt; hit by
pitcher, by Kussell (Hari er 3); two-basa
hits. Llndlmore Crouch, Hughes. <Jra-
ham. Cooney, Ilobinaon; double plays.
F>efate to Marr. Metz (unassisted): left
on bases. Sioux City 6. Oklahoma City 9;
earned runs. Sioux City 1. Oklahom-i
City 2: atruck out. by Allen :• Russell 1.
Umpires, J^auzon and Becker. Time
Olt! What h Wsllop.
ftftft 103 002—€
110 021 002—T
Batteries: Morris. Weber, Hi*r. Rich-
mond and Query; Burkalew. Merz and
Tulsa ftlO 100 0—2
]>es Moines 102 020 X—C
Called by agreement In seventh.
Batteries: Gillman Morris and
Query; Merc and Anderson
Whether it nounced by the captain's manager.
was intentional or not is hardly for . The innnaKeinent got on the job and
us to say. Weinert. however, was a few minutes later Mickey Shannon
badly hurt and an awful roar went re-entered the ring. We say re-en-
up from the crowd. When the doc- tered, because LMckey clipped one of portuftity to Joust with a top-notcher
....010 101 ooft— , tors announced he would be unable the "prelim" bouts short With a ter at a minute's notice.
A jenne liomnic geiitil sal beside
Hie In a Itroaduiiy stiel car
yesteday reading the OUahnmi1
Leader's sport page. The seat op.
posit** became unoccupied by the
removal of several >oung Indict
and the al'ore mentioned gentle-
man slid over into the other seal.
lie returned a moment later and
"Ion were reading th" sport
page wheu I so lhougiilless!>
moved, weren't you. It «us de-
plorable of me to iiiotc for I know
you were interested."
Some sa> there is no courtesy in
Western 1. ea*ue—Oklahoma City nt
Pes Moines; Tulsa at Sioux City;
Wichita at St Joseph; Joplin at Omaha.
Western Association—Fort Smith ft
Springfield; Pawhuska at Drumright;
Knid nt Okmulgee; Chickasha at Henry-
National l.eague—Boston at Cincin-
nati; Hrookiyn at St. Ixiuls; New York
at Pittsburgh; Philadelphia at Chicago
American l.eague—Chicago at Hoston;
IVtrnlt at Philadelphia; Cleveland at
Washington; only three games scheduled.
A liter Iran Association — Toledo at
Ixuiwville: Milwaukee at Minneapolis;
Kansas City at St. Paul; Columbus at
Southern Association—Birmingham « t
Atlanta. Mobile at New Orleans; Little*
Itock nt Memphis; Chattanooga at N..sh-
Texns l.eague—Houston at Beaumont
Galveston t San Antonio; Shreveport at
Wilchita Falls; Fort Worth at Dallas.
Sam I^mgfoi d. the veteran colored
fighter was scheduled for a bout in
Atlantic City not so very long ago.
No one wanted to face the battler
untll the promoter finally dug up a > at the gon« and waded into tbe Bos-
waiter at one of the big hotels wl o
promised to go in the ring with th)
it out so as to have a better return
engagement und draw a larger
Sam agreed and the night of tho
fight came at hand. Tbe waiter wr ;-
given a biR ovation by the dually
crowd which had swarmed to the
club and Sam sat in his coiner Willi
The waiter jumped from his chair Griffith .
Hughes . .
ton boy. Sam took the wallops for Hreen"!.'
a couple of rounds and then decided Hnmsey
the waiter was getting rough. The uVTimliraii
The promoter knowing that the climax came in the sixth when Sam men
waiter would not last a round under j received an elbow in tbe mouth.
ordinary conditions suggested to j In the seventh, Sara came out ol j p,
jfej-HJlie-t>ie wailpr Htlrl< and offered to shake hands. | Slsler! m x uis
"Why, Mistah I^angford. this ain't Speaker. Cleveland
GREATER HERO THAN SERGEANT YORK <"r ■««
this is only the seventh "
HOW THEY HIT.
Before me were world-famous
Joe Jackson and Collins and Ruth.
And yet there was never the feeling
I felt in the days of ray youth.
Ah, those were the wonderful ball
That thrilled to tbe depths of ray
As I sat in the blistering sunshine
On top of a telegraph pole.
After matching the Braves play a
few irnmes one can understand why
Hahbit Haranville feels so comical.
Social Note- After a separation of
many moons. Jack Britton and Ted
I Lewis are about to hold a family
i George T^ee. a Chinese bantam-
weight. trimmed a bloke in New Or-
leans the other night. It is just
twenty years since the last boxer
j We are glad to note thai til"
ancient pastime of pitching horse-
shoes is coming back. The motor
car mar run the horse out of gas.
but never will supersede the game
of horseshoe. Yon cunt pitch a tire.
PHOTOGRAPHY VS. BKAITY.
A tennis "tar In action Is a graceful
sight to see.
And yet his snapshot look* ss U he
had the housemaid's knee.
Reports from the ringside indicate
that Rocky Kansas hits as if he had
a rock in his glove.
While others contend that he is so
called on account of his dome.
"Twas Captain Kidd. the buccaneer,
Returning from the dead.
He saw a modern profiteer.
"It ain't no use!" he said.
Why not hold a tag day for starv-
ing American athletes in Belgium?
(Mir candidate for chairman of the
next Olympic committee is Herb
DRY LAM) SN IMMING.
Some bathers never venture near
The shore where wavelets break.
They seem to have a haunting fear
They might wear out the lake.
We are In favor of headgear for
batsmen. Also for outfielders who
have a habblt of losing the ball in
Stanislaus Zbyszko w ill be one of
the attractions of the Central A. A.
IT. meet. He Is an expert at throw-
, ing the partner.
America Make Great Showing
In Swimming and Boat
ANTWKRP. Aug. 3ft. America
added «• he1 Inurelns hv winning
three of the four events yesterday.
, I.- inn ; uar races were the
eight-oared, which the navy erew
won; and tbe single scull, which
went to Jack Kelly of Philadelphia,
The United States naval academy
crew established a new world rec-
ord for 2.00ft meters in 6 minutes,
5 seconds, defeating tho Leander
crew of British stars by half a
Kelly's time in the single sculls
was 7 minutes 35 seconds. Both he
and the Englishman. Beresford, were
exhausted at the finish.
In tbe double sculls. Kelly and
Paul Costello won In 7 minutes Q
seconds, with Italy second and
Switzerland won the four-oared
race In ti minutes R4 seconds, with
the Philadelphia Barge club second
and Norway third.
In the two-oared race with cox-
swain, in wbich America had no nn-
try. Italy was first, France second
and Switzerland third.
Duke Kahnamoukanu set a new
Olympic record In the 100-meter
free style swim. He won the final
in 1 minute 1 and 2-5 seconds, bet-
tering the old mark by 1 second.
Kealoha and Harris, both of Hono-
Herald. Australia, fourth.
Another new mark was made In
the 800-meter race, when America
won in 10 minutes 4 2-5 seconds.
comnared with tho old record of
lu minutes 10 1-5. seconds. Aus-
tralia was second, England third,
and Sweden fourth.
The 20u-meter breast stroke went
to Malmroth, Sweden, with Hennlng
of Sweden second; Aaltouen. Fin-
land, third, and Howell, Oakland,
i'al., fourth, in 3 minutes A 2-5 sec-
America was defeated for second
J place in water polo by Belgium, 7
CRANE COMPANY VICTORS
OVER FIRE DEPARTMENT
The amateur title of city cham-
pions went to the fast and hard hit-
ting Crane company, winners of the
I Saurday league pennant, when they
defeated the Fire Department,
champs of the Sunday league.
It was a good game up until the
; sixth inning with Just enough scores
to make it interesting. Goff pitch-
ing for the fire boys, struck out
' eight in five frames and was scored
upon twice. In the sixth Goff weak-
ened and three hits mixed with a
walk, let in enough runs to tie the
Cole was sent in place of Goff at
the opening of the seventh Inning
and was pounded hard by .the Crane
sluggers for the remainder of the
I game, tbe final score being 15 to 6.
The score by innings: R. H. E.
Crane Co 100 013 451—15 13 2
Firemen . ...00ft 410 010— 6 9 7
Batteries: Kanaly. Harding and
I Smiser; Goff, Cole and McAlpine.
25 61 9 18 .
HO 237 3H 70 .29.r.
115 41.1 69 118 .28i
104 39-' 67 102 .2Go
109 357 49 83 .24«
127 4:U 61 105 244
50 183 21
r-tK ay 11
48 96 ,14
33 65 1
10 18 3
17 43 4
ARRIVES WITH DUTCH BRIDE.
'Colored man," said Sain, "so far
as yo's concerned, dis am de last
AMERICAN I KAHTF.
club (I. A M. K. H. Pet
t. ! x>uls 120 4X5 102 193 .393
119 431 114 169 .392
118 458 81 174 38..
117 374 134 140 .374
122 421 94 173 .360
E. Collins. Chirajp
NATIONAL I EACUE.
Plover club G. A.M. R. II. Prt
Hornshv. St. lx uis. . 120 466 76 171 3fi7
Housh. Cincinnati... 110 443 66 147 .332
J. Smith. St. Loui*.. 85 296 51 97 .328
Stork. St I^iuis .... 123 490 74 163 .327
VniinK. New York... 121 464 73 151 .32*
This One IHvMrrt.
Omaha 000 220 11*—3
Wichita i>00 20O 000—2
Hatteriea: Kopp and Lingle; Gregory
Wichita 820 ooo 130—H
Omaha 000 000 000— 0
Batteries: MrGlone an«l Ryan: Rill
man and Yaryaji.
Thi* is laterMtlaff. Sergeant Louis Van Ioisel. . h • won DON dtCOTatiOM In Um A.IS .\
Joplin .. .ooo ooo loo—i than tbe famed H>ugeant V rk. Lav i eturneu to his home in Pa&.-alc \ 7,
tSDJ?.*eph ooo ooo ooo— > bringing with him a br'de, formerl* Miss Hendricks OeRonoe, of D i«ct
Rose amfcroaby. ° rK HU8*r The Netherlands. Van lei .-ti latna to this country In 916 .rid dilis'cd in
-I the American army wh n v. r nroke It was in the a "oy that I c learned
Whale Is Meat. the American lanmiago. il- captl.r^d sixty-five Gernnn pri*one.s slnrlc-
The general appraisers of the handed in the Champa . ne. For '.l.' . he received th ( roix a■* Guerre
United States have decreed that He won the Congressioaal Medal oi Honor by getting info: lation -indv
whale meat entering this country is . fire that saved his unit, (onpany V Ninth Infantry. Irom annihilation
'tinned meat" and is therefore sub-, Other decorations he von were fv. o more ( roix de Guerre with i .Vm
Ject to a duty. As fish it would be and stars. Medal Mllltiire, Distinguished Service Cross, Montenegrin
admitted free. 'Medal and a regimental fou.u*.auio.
BENTON HARBOR. Mich.. Aug
j 30. With a week or more before the
, c hampionship fight here. Jack Okmul*
Dempsey and Billy Miske today saw Knld
■ an end to their strenuous training.
| Both camps reported themselves
( satisfied with the developments of
the scrappers and prospects were
| that the heavy work would be ended
The followers of both fighters
were augmented today and some
! hard- ring work was in prospect.
Miske had expected to loaf Sun-
day, but 5oo fans Invaded his camr
and the challenger crawled into
ring togs to show what he can do.
I He roughed his partners for six
rounds and went through his stunts
Dempsey sloshed around a ring
! made heavy by rains. Ills clouts
i were landing hard, launching out
' from his crouch in the old familiar
Promoters of the battle announc-
ed all their plans completed today. Brooklyn*' *
The ticket sale was reported as sat- ChUisgn
Leader* lose Two.
"R H E.
Okmulgee 200 000 OOx—2 9 1
Bnld ooo OM 10®—1 9 l
ilittteriee: Williams and Fromm; Mr-
Gnire and l. mb,
R. H E.
102 002 X—6 8 l
000 100 0—1 6 1
Batteries: Cowan and Fromm;
BiKgvrs. Burnette and l.«mh
Henryetta Tnke« Two.
R. H E.
Chickasha 000 00 1 000—1 7 8
Henryetta 060 300 000—8 8 2
Batt> rleH Smith. Beake and Hayes;
Grey, ingram and Bell.
R H. E
Chickasha ooo ino o—l 5 i
Henryetta < 50 300 x—8 8 2
Batteries Pool aw and Hayes; Ingram.
Adkina and Bell.
And the Fight I« On.
R. H E
Fort Smith 110 051 02a 10 15 2
Pawhuska ("'0 000 010— 1 8 a
Batteries* Allen and Schmidt; J. Allen
Ftrnnm and Early.
Grip llnrd. But l.oae.
100 1 00 010—3
020 100 001—4
ilamuax. Smith and Miller;
\ unk« et.t \ r
Indian* I.o«e to Sen«tor«.
Cleveland Ooo l«i 000— ?
Washington on: ooo 001—s
Buttenc; Coveliskie. Morton an-
O'Neill: Counne> and Ghurntv.
<;lant« Wla From Chump*.
York 000 030 010—4
Cincinnati 000 ooo 010—l
irer. Batteries Barnes and Smith; Rliij;
.000 003 000—1 Bressler and Wingo.
.000 020 101—1
What Doe* It Matter.
Philadelphia 1«0 ooi 000—i
St. lx>ui 211 003 01*—v
Batteries Hubhell and Witherow;
North and Dilhoeffer
garnett scheduled in Na-
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