Chickasha Daily Express (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. 23, No. 140, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 28, 1922 Page: 2 of 8
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CHICKASHA DAILY ExmtS CHICKASHA OKLAHOMA THURftOAV. IEPTEMBCR 2. 12J.
1C22 FliZTDALL SEASON HERE OPENS
FMDAY; IIOMEL1NGS CRIPPLED FOR
OPENING GAME WITH PURCELL SQUAD
Raising I lin mrisln opening the
l2t football tNwQ hera tba I'likk-
h high school team will meet
III fairrell kith school eleven at
brother of Henry Mlnm-lt l:i;' .-t
tariuan Im U.UtM lo m m cull lit
wurk ninn a end.
II. Mlnneit mill TiM-iliukir In nil
I HOW THEY STAND
(Irsdr field tomorrow afternoon. probability will atari at l In- tackle.
Tb tame will bi rilled at 4 o'clock. ; Robinson niny relieve on. of them
Cout h thaa. Woodya riitlon j bi'forn ilio final hlt lit' blow
probably lll lie forced to enter tiw I'enny and HHI l.niii leiteim.-n.
turn under a handicap Capt. Arch-'will atari it amird. The craft v
r HolliiiMworth quarterback and
l.nnti llopklDi midget halfback
both ot wlmnt ir slated for regular
ponUlona are suffering injuries
uhleh inly keep them out of lb
Coaches Woody and flrlffln de-
voted moat of i he time of yester-
day's workout In trying imw back-
field (oinMnatloiu If Ilo1llngsorth
ad llopkln are out Friday Ilond
probably will play 1 quarterback;
Honch fullback and lleloher Pat
Duncan Cloud or rHInaon In (ho
MOIch U nlHll'd to do the calling
ciT the signal.
Johnny DeKlndcr and Morris Don
jirobably will start at end. They
may be rcplnecd by Ilyba who
played on tlw Yocum Tes. high
firhool tram last year pud Tom
Kiinaon. John Mlnnett younger
Ed Duncan undoubtedly will ft th-
call to utiirl at center nil hunch
Jea Whltiuiii an enrli'liri-( dacr.
may replant him aoine I lino during
I lie content. .... ..
While the loin of HtillliiKKWiii'th
and Hopkins would lie . a severe
blow the team U not dlHcnnriisoit
Coach Woody say. He fijiecta a
hard game but believed tin. local
will be able to put over a victory.
Kred Percy athletic coach l
Nltuiekah and fin hut A. mid M
college will referee the Runie here.
Many TureeU tout era will aceom-
puny (lie team here according to
report from the McChiln county
Mr. Matcher Im making an ciirtien
endeavor to get a large atlciidiincn
at the opening game. "I hope every
football fan In Chlckaalin and (irndy
county aeea thia game" ho wild.
DEMAND FOR WORLD SERIES SEA TS
w LARGER; YOUNGER FANS PICK YANKS
lly JIEXJIY U PARREIX.
Kt'Dlted TfeaV Rlnff Correaroildcnl.)
New Vork. Rept. 53. Offlrliilg of
he) Clnnta nnd tho Yankeea main
luln tlirt there la larger demand
for world aerloa seat thlx year than
I hue waa hi 9:'l nnd t'nat the gen-
eral nttendanco ought to 1 pmx Inst
On thn turfnre tl.i-e la nothing
to Indicate that mother private
world aerlea la roininir to tho I'olo
Alounda Lilt New York la too big
to 'thow ny rlplea of excitement
ebmlt anttblng. The big town nlno
lacKT the pnrtlnnu Intercut that
would bo manifested In any of the
hig weatprn town. New Yorkknowa
that "New York Ih. hound to win tho
world'e chamnlonKhlp and the aver-
age fan carea r.ot whether It Is the
Mlants or the Yanka.
- Some roniphilntn have been made
about the price of the tlckcta and
tht method of relling which makes
It nereaaary to buy at least three
tU'keta to get a reserved aeat. How-
ever the mam cement in deciding
ot to reaerve the upper atanila
. Itn overcome some of the objec-
' tlona. All of the old ball playerM
ho have founl Joba around the
to grounds are one In hacking
tfic Otanta to win the aeries almply
fcecfluae "Mac" v. Ill be on the bench
directing the ploy Many of the
minor league club owners anil man-
usera arrlvlnir for the aeries ex-
presa the aame believe.
Nearly all the fana especially the
younger ones howevii:" flKiira tin
; Uinka to be am-e winners on the
ftrength of the pltihlitK ataft and
the belief that rnbe Hut li will be In
ftetxer condltio.i to do aomethlnK
Twenty-five members of Gliinta
xohislvo ot McMray mid the cimch
fs are eligible for the Merles and
twenty-one Yanks are eligible.
The (Jiiintg who may play In the
Nehf Scott McQuillan the Harnoa
brotlicrs Jonnurd Kyan Hill and
Blumo pitchers; Snyder. Smith and
Gaston catchers; Kelly Frisch
llancroft Groh Hawlings Magulre
and McPheo Jnlicldira; Meusel
Stengel Young Cunningham Hob-
crtson and Kine outfielders.
The Y'ankg eligible are:
Bush Maya lloyt Jones Shaw-
key O'Doul and 'Murray pitcherai
Schang Jloflnum nnd Devormer
catthers; plpp Ward Scott Dugan
Baker and McXally infielders;
nuth Meusel Witt Elmer Smith
Kklnner and McMillan outfielders.
I man 1. Hill atar Iliieiiuin fnmi
I helping the purple and gold grid
wnrrlora on to victories. ..
Thn atndent hody aaaembled yes-
terday In thn high achool auditor-
ium elected Hill yell lender and lie
will help the team win by giving
them support from tho gran (Island.
. While he. Is ineligible Jlill Is
working out on tho gridiron every
afternoon. Ho Is aeeklng training
and experience which will lie of ad-
vantage to him next season.
W. I IVt.
Vow York f;i :7 n i
Ml. I la n III Jl'il
lietrolt 7:i 71 ;:oj
t'lilcaao "7 71 .Mn
rieveland V 7rt 7 r.0 I
i Washington .. ... 0 HI .H '
Philadelphia. ii K7 411 j
.'f to L3:i m ..mi j
. J'JI! 11 i
iV'' National Leagua.
W U. Pet
New York ..nn :. .itn1
I'litttbiirgh K3 7 ..."' i
( Im IiiiiniI M i .V.4 I
St. l-oiiis i;s ..Mil
Clilcai; 7!l 71 ..'.:".i '
Pronklyn 7.t 77 .4H.1
Phllt'ilelphlu .VI !.' :!7't '
Hostitii n :i:.2'
Hunan tndiiy Invlin
Tim I'oiuer l.uiiih Itoom alll be
t'oitoti s gnlna to the w I it rapidly. J lad at the (Ion Simii'o:! homo S.U-
I'r :il I
I -- ........ - ltH 1 11. Bill IMIMM.. .
.I.rilina to atteml tti.. world s.-rl . i-neu i.-r i.iinineaa Miiuruay morn-. )iB ftu viM. iH..r tlun urdav
H..n.roft .i. t..ld ' Ho"- .m..'.!1:..!.lm ''ne.-ied pi.klng first l...a..
in... "'ii ...... . riii'.n .Miur.ttB 1(M .... -... .. ...
11 " " 1 i u-llt l. l... .k.. . I.. 1. 1 '
bill tlliil be c ;i.('l.'il he
"PiesliliMit IliinllllK lielletes
COLLECI MOUND ITEMS.
V.ink- ri i
Mr. and Mrs A. N. Il.wili am)
lilt mi 'urll-l .l M..1 ii ..I I.LI..
"'"ils v Willi relallvaa here.
'"r! Karl Courcler Will fmiw Icr. I.ce
fit. )n; preslilen
No games played.
Al New York 3.1; IMilhiilolphla
At I'lllxliiii'uli I; Cllk-iiL-0 I.
Ai ItoMou 7; Proiiklyn n.
Nil other games srheilnleil.
New Yok UfJ' loston.
. Only l (itft.ui s(hi'')tileil.
No games scheduled. ' '
; in. nut of thn coul nlahts It la open-
y Ilia alnwly i
Mr. and Mrs. K. II. May and ami
Kdgar and Mrs. Welib and Mrs.
O.car May inuinifd In Hush SprliiK 1
4... .. ..
Prhnn and John and Albert ll. aue . '" "
I niolori-il in Itiisti' riiirliifrs i.t... nlelii Tills nHnlil.orli.x.il hiulily u
"Me inld m. biiwever. be liii.iight ' ar week to see the Kp Klux Klun ""'" !"" 'U l'' rsey wmU thm .
that If Humes i .imo throtiah ukn lie j porfurui. ' "; - "'H r"il outfit on the Hush Fprlngs
did Inst year and Nehf is in in j. O.car May went two mom times ' Veiling hlahway Just three nf r..u -j
tho Yankeu'a nu't ha v. ihnuie.)o w Villi tiiitini'ncs returning 'U'" lh "'' nuike this a A-l f
Other. lM.vh cun t e. .mtl.liu in ; with much money and goods .acli ! "M1- - .
a lllnul Yanka loi l-s but th Mink.!- (n.. j H T. Warren as a hu-lness call-
As Ihiiicroft a leaving the Whin-f Leonard Webb also went to l.nv. r In Itiiall 8.rlnga Saturday '
llnnst. ho tint Snreiary of ..;hi.- ih toinaim' fur that market.! Sol Mayo transuded hmiliicn lu i
lluabes. with horn ho was il:oi i-1 OiHrniluus were started imam at ' Htieti Snilnas Suturdi.v !
giaphcd. Hughes told llnmr..ft t!i.il .tho Warren well southwest of Kuuh T. V. P.oii whs Irnn.n. ii. i..;. !
he also wilnld i.ke to see th . kai.(s Isprlnas. However thay only -work-j hos In Kush Sprlnas Sulurdny. I
but fell that official duties wmiM tr.l three dsys ttrter hl. Ii the crew Mike t ilian ui.1 fumiiv .nol r. w !
not pormll. .pecretary Hughe . v to.ld was aciit lo Karwidl to bring In a Wndo vtsjiiilt 1.. roan li r a lioniej
iiiuse no preiiu iious ms hi ho v. iu-weii wnn n tne Mun Kay coinpuny . .Sunday
They are 4 fit
To See World Series
Pick Yanks To Win
(llr Tlii I 'mini r.f-.)
Wa-lilngtnn. Sept. 2X. Have ll.ui-
croft captain and shorlstop of the
New York (Hunts called at the White
MY! HOW THEY BITE AT I.ONC. KEY1
WOMEN COMPETK TOR TROPHIES
C H. S. YELL LEADER
Uelng Ineligible to hold n regular
lierth on the Chfckasha high school
footba'ft' . team ' iwlll' ' not'' prevent Nor-
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mZS rS& 4 JANECREY ON FISHING
J v.. AJj v Trip ax long Key fla .
Time wag when ft Journey to the
famous Florida Keys paradise for
fisherman was a long and tedious
trip. Today that eighth wonder
of the world the oversea railway.
Duiir. by the lata Henry M. Flagler
which steps over the ocean between
(Florida and Key West has brought
f uch celebrated fishing grounds as
the Long Key Fishing Camp with-
in easy reach of the fishing en-
thusiast by through Pullmans from
listed the trophies to ho awarded
to the fishermen for the great game
fish caught with rod and reel dur-
ing the coming season. Women
-o eligible to compete. Among
the fish listed are tarpon barra-
'i;da. nmberisck bone fish sail fish
etrd king fish.
' A now rival to the lerrllv lenn.
tarpon hitherto king of dwp
' The 1hnp XCpv FisMno- CAni KnJnl Afl. 'n .kn. ni t
e. j . n v-.rv -..-mvc w.v mm.viv mice ttlll.uob UUU
eca and garaa flai is the giant sail hom the boating and bathir will
fuA accordkg to novelist Zanei ay peal as well- '
Mr. I. KnOWltt ah women look alike to him except when they don't!"-
. BUNCH of ou
fop. the. (Kn-noUfvrED
gats vaohs op- somb-
"THt Ho fcMOW THAT"
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fr- . hi" en.euied. A IiIk party and a K.hi.I tlni- waa I I I
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Grey former prosident of the Long
Key Fishing Club. Mr. Grey saw.
a sail fiah 7 ft 6 in. long leap 23
times while it was on his line and
judged some of the leaps 40 ft-
over the water. But Mr. Grey
says the sportiest of all is the bone
fish a comparatively little fellow
reaching 6 to 8 lbs.
Long Key is a beautiful coral
island dotted with stately palms.
A; sandy whits shell beach slips
into the bright many kited waters
different varieties of fish are found
Tarpon have been caught from the
Long Key Viaduct.
The Lonsr Kev Fishine- Club will
welcome fishermen and vacationers
during the coming winter season.
The many cottages and bungalows
afford ample accomodations fv the
fisherman and his farailv including
children and 'youngs'" members to
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