The Morning Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 303, Ed. 1, Monday, July 26, 1920 Page: 3 of 10
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TULSA DAILY WORLD MONDAY JULY 26. 1020
MORRIS HURLS OILERS TO 2 VICTORIES OVER BOOSTERS
Oiler Pitcher Saves 2nd Game 1 "THAT LITTLE GAME" ""-Only Fooling
8-7 After WinningOpener 7-6
Oilers Swat Timely in
4 Both Games; Make
Only 1 Error
ERRORS AID ABBOTTS'?
Booster Miaplays With Oil-
er Hits Responsible for
Morris Hero Again
BY 8MBCIAL O iiiitKsi'i INDBMT
DM MOINRS Iowa July 2r. nf
the fourl'h time this season Joe Mur
ui today pitched thi Tulsa Olltn
t a dottbll victory when he mid his
nates WOK from lies Moines 7 to
nd 8 to 7.
norrls hirlrd the first game nnil
though batted as liartl as Cykowskl
wan a trifle more effective at rrttlial
time Ills ippmt m much batter
than that received by the Hoosler
hurler only one error h!ng charged
the Oilers while six mlsplays were
snajle by the Boosters.
ajgorrls (111 not Ret credit for wtn-
rlng the second game but ho saved
It for Hav Richmond. The crack
Oiler twlrlrr went In In the sixth
Inning of the abbreviated seven-Inning
affair after Pes Moines har
scored three runs wllh two ouls.
thus making the rount P. to T in
Tills.' favir. He retired the Mons-
ter without a run that Inning and
also In the eventh ind last.
The Oilers batted hard and especi-
ally timely and were ailed In their
run getting by seven Des Mollies er-
ror. lx In tlie first game Tulsa
pitchers were accorded brilliant sup-
port. Connelly's error which did not
damage the first game btlng their
O'Connor Pes Moines rlrst base-
man continued his hard biting. He
led the day's batters geillnc five hits
in nine times up. Including a home
r'n in the first game his second In
two days. Tlurke topped the Oiler
offensive wllh three hits In elx trips.
TITMA ii it ii o B
llurko If 3 0 1 3 0 II
WufMI lb 4 a 1 1 S O
McMaiiti lb. ... ft o 1 10 O 0
'itmcy a 4 I a 2 1 0
'l-lnml fib ... I o I 3 1 I
Connolly el .... 4 o 3 1 0 0
WatIs rf 4 o 1 1 o ii
Wwrrjr 4 O 0 0 0 0
Morris' p 4 i I 3
''"'Is m 7 II 27 10 I
HFs MOIM S AB 11 II O A V.
Mnlin rf a a I I 11 0
offer. -U 4 1 1 2 1 0
interim o 3 j 1 3 1
onnor. lb . ... 5 I a o I
1 r. m li. M 5 0 J 4 g j
I Ha brook of.... a o 1 a 1 I
iimjvr. if 4 1 o a o o
Klrpl 3ll 4 0 0 :l 3 2
It'rtn.wsKi p .... 4 0 1 0 0
ntuls 1 37 8 II 27 15
DM Mo lues 101
101 102 7
100 00: 0
LEjAGUE LEADERS WIN
Jlrmie runs-O'Conncr. Two haao-
blts-Morrls. Tierney WUffU HaJWi
French HaMbrbok Sacrifice Klis-
Hurke 2 Wuffll Cleveland. Hahn.
Coffey XasII on baae-Tulsa 8. Ue
Moines 9. Struck out-Cykowskl 1:
Morris III First on bnlls-t'vkowskl 2.
M rrls 3. Farnrd runs Tulsa ?. Pes
Molnc 5. Double plays-lbisbrook
to Hlepl t'mplros-Flood and Wilson
lUirkp If 3
Wuffll 2b 4
Mi-Manns If 3
Tlrrncy s 3
'lowland 3b... 3
Connelly vt 8
PnvN rf 3
Jlrmnon 0 3
Kli'luiKmd p. . . . 3
ilorrls p . . . .
Indians Beat White Sox While Yanks
Dnfoat I tod Sox Tigers Ural
Browns 21 to 8.
CL.EVjTI.ANn July :S rvc-eleekla nut
pitch'! WHMama aril received better sup
per! today ar.d Cleveland defeated Chi
Chicago eon on mni 1 :
Cle.eland io m" llx 7 10 0
Hatlerlea Williams and Schalk; Covel-
kU and O'Neill.
t'offcy 2b. . . .
Aiulerson c. .
O'Connor of .
E. isblcnwald p. .
lllli'hBK VV. p. .
l'le1i-liT p .
firlffe Win In Klchth
WAItHINUTi pN'. July S5.-Waehlnlnn'e
rally In tha eighth luitinir today rnablitd
them to drfaal rhll idrlphla.
Seora. R. H. E
rhlladolphla 300 000 000 .1 1
Waahlnston 1100 n't 03x 4 11 1
BatteriPA Naylor and 1'erklna Hhaw
Johnson and Uharrtty.
Ruth r.ela Thirty Fifth Homer
NKVV YORK July 26 Bab." Ruth
10 21 10
MHAT A(? You
I SfilT I HAD
Yu0 PAIRS -
LOOK AT yBM
No YOU HAVtrNT
Got two PA25
Four Treys I
AND UHErV Vou've
Got FouU TrZEY'S
Dowr SAY You're
GOT TWr? PAIRS.
'cause the aint
A JOK F k
HBS Got A
LIKE A LEMON i
r The only
I 60 Y THAT
'' FA Gov
HE'S TO BE
a hfi BE
I . UH OB a STAND- . f
Nate Jackson and Mutt McKee
Box Tonight at Oklahoma City
MAY BOX CHAMP
Fulton and Wills Head-
line Week's Box-
.221 034 0 H
. 100 003
Called by agreement at end lih.
Two luso hits-Cleveland Connel-
ley. Coffee. Sacrifice hlts-Pwyer.
left on bases-Tulsa Pes Moines 7.
Struck out-Richmond 7; Morria 1
Klrst nn "balls-Odenwald I. Pucka-
cracked out 1. 1 thirty-fifth homa run to rtichmrrd I Hit by nltrher-
day In a sama whlrh N- Tork won tron. ! .V. 7Jii..
y IlllClaiew numr KIIM WBHniT
Katned runs and hlts-Off Odenvvald
lloalon I to 2. Ruth drove tha ball Into
tlia lowar rtvht flald atand Hoyt waak-
anrd In tha riflh. tha Yankaea touching
htm for alx hlla.
Score: R. H K.
Roalon 000 Oil 000 3 4 3
New York 200 ('50 lOx a 1
Battarlea Hoyt Kortuna and W.ltera;
34aya and Rue.
Tliere Ret -' nils
DETROIT July 25 Detroit hammered
three pllrhera hanl and dataatad 8t.
lxuta today 21 to I.
. 8cora:. R. H. E
St. Iouta 005 010 110 I 16 1
'ea wiw ujx zi 32 3 1 m m aj e
Batterlaa Shocker Wallman. Van- SflUH StlP NeVPT LllPPfl
Slider and Severeld Colllna; Oldham and Mflr' ""
I and 1 In 1 Inning 0 nut In second;
off ftuckalew 1 and 5 in S Innings 1
cut In Hh; off Fletcher' 1 and 3 In 3':
off nichmond.7 snd In S 1-3: off
Morris P and 1 In 1 1-S. Charge
defeat to Bti-kalew. Victory to
Tllchmond. Pottbl plays-Coffey to
Hasbrnok. Time 1:11. Umpires-
Wilson snd Flood.
REDS AND ROBINS LOSE
C.LaritA Brat Champfi and PI rat or
Trim S u por laaS Ou bo Boat
rhillkw CaHtlnals Lotte
CINCINNATI. July Th flUrd
won the. odd ram rt tha artM from th
Kaia today by hlttlna Ball hard. Th
Teierlin lefthander wu knook1 out of
th f" i In (h alith lnnlna and Luqu.
who took hU placn. waa aiao pounded
Tha aeor: R. H. V.
Nw Tork 002 ml 0101 If I
Cincinnati t00 000 000 J g
Barter I-. Tny and finydar. Smith
Hall a. Luqua and Wlnt-o.
nrtmrM Win In Ninth
T. LOU1N. July 2.PowU a e'r.rle to
entr In th nlrth Innlnt with th bu.
full and two out irav Boaton two runa
and victory over St. Louis today.
r: ft. IT E.
Zloston 001 noo 002 J 9 1
M Loul 000 000 020 I I 0
Battrla Wition MnQulllan and
O'Neill; Doak. Shrdl. Halnaa and DIU
aTttrhfll l one Firaf damr
BROOKLTN July 16alItchell loat hla
ftrat (am of th aaaaojfi today when
PHUburgh knocked htm out of th
bos and won th game from nrooklyn.
Score: R. If. r
PHtaburah 1n0 001 010 I 10 0
Brooklyn 100 ojo nri i io 0
Batteries Ponder and Haefrnar Mitch-
all Cadora and Blllott.
Alemndrr la Kfferilv
CHTCAOO July JB. Chicago bunched
htta today and defeated Philadelphia In
the final a"e of the seriea. Alexander
pUchcd In fin form.
lenre: R. H. ft
Ptifiadelphla 100 000 100 2 T I
Chicago 100 101 0U 6 10 0
Batteries Rlxey an Wheat; Alexander
WANTS PAPER RELIEF
at 1628 East Fourth
Mrs. Phllltn Stone who sceuses
Tewls Tlewellyn of stesling her
pbrnocrnoh snvs the report of lis
connection with the esse st the pre-
liminary besrlni does her n In.lus-
llee. rbe nv she never lived xt
J r J Es Fciirth; that she did h"Ve
rooms at 723 North Cheyenne hut
thst Lewellyn never roomed at her
place. She further savs thut
Llewellyn nl a room In the Rrsdy
hotel and offefed to keep the phono
grsuh for her unttl she could flid
other rooms and that on the morn-
ing after the phonograph had been
taken to his room he sold It as
alleged In the complaint.
Sooner". In Scml-Tlnal.
KANSAS CITY. .Tulv 25. Wallace
n.oe nnd TTdmund I.evy. rstlforn-
Inns. fought out the flnnls for the
Hffgso'irl valW tennis singles title
on the Kansns City athletic club
court here today Hates winning In
straight sets. -. 7-K. A-. Tevv's
defest was accomplished despite bis
cnnrlstent tennis snd brilliant plays
i.i- it.-te' whirlwind nttaek.
Charles Spelce and Pen Parks.
OViebomsns defeated P'x Teachennr
and Walter Newell Kansas City
doubles. In the semi-finals for the
seetloeal nwlie. 6-1 8- G-4
Merrill Puharh. Kansas Cltv and
i'hllbrook Smith Ame-s Iowa re-
feated Howard Penfnld and Phil
Barhy Ksnsas City 7-S 6-3. 4-6. 6-4
The eetlonal doubles finals will
be played off tomorrow.
Bouts This Wee
July 26 Fred Fulton vs. Harry
Wills II rounds at Newark.
July 28 Jack Uritton vs. Mar-
ie! Thomas 12 rounds at Newaik.
July 26 -Johnny Dundee vs.
Kddlc Fltzalnimons 12 rounds at
July 26 Matt Brork vs. Billy
McCann 10 rounds at Canton.
July 26 Nate Jackson vs. MiIt
McKee. 10 rounds at Oklahoma
July 26 Bob Martin vs. Ray
Smith 16 rounds at Columbus
July 26 Bryan Powney vs.
floats Dolg 10 rounds at Munlce
July 26 Joe Lynch vs. Harry
Bramer eight rounds at St. Louis.
July 27. Bed Herring vs. Bob-
by Waugh 12 rounds at Fort
July 2 Johnny KUbane vs.
Artie Boot 10 rounds at Cleve-
land. July 2S Cal Delaney vs. Willie
Beecher 10 rounds at Cleveland.
July 30 Lieut. Kdwards vs.
Jack Lawler 10 rounds at Mil-
waukee. July 30 Vincent Blackburn vs.
Jos Burman 10 rounds at Mil-
waukee. July 30 Bud Christiana vs.
Jimmy Ryan 10 rounds at Mil-
waukee. July 31. Tommy filbbons vs.
Harry Brcb 10 rounds at Pittsburgh.
Courtland Smith I rge Country Pub-
Ushers to I" in. nut Move by
Congress on News I'rin'.
M1LWAPKKK Wis. July it
Courtland Smith. New Tork. presi-
dent of the American Press associa-
tion discussing the print paper situ-
ation before the Wisconsin Federated
Printing Presn tltlfiflUtltlll urged
country publishers la d niand
eongresslonal action to solve the
print paper problem and questioned
the Jattltude of Senator Harding and
Governor Co on tho subject.
"What we want is definite as-
surance from one of the candidates
that he will call a special session of
congress to put through a bill re-
lieving the present newspaper short-
age" Mr. 8mith declared. He pro-
posed a parcel post rate of 1 cent a
pound on print paper with no sone
rates so that small publisher could
buy direct from the nulla
Funeral services for W. H. Tur-
ner. 6 f years ol resident of fiarden
Cltv who dbd Saturday wen- hem
at Ullt Mowbray chape) Mt'irday
afternoon. He I survived by a son
and thre daughters all grown. In-
terment will be In Rose Hill.
Charles Raymond Wood Infant
son of Ona Wood who lives north -fust
of the slly dbd Hat unlay morning-
The body was shipped to Keota
Sidney Martin Moses. Infsnt son
of Vern Moses who resides north-
east of tile city died f'ttuid.iv after-
noon. Funeral arrangements have
not been made.
Harold Robertson IS year old
son of A. Robertson uf Lake Station
Ml the Hand Springs l:m dlod Satur-
day morning at a local hospital
after u long Illness of typhoid. Fun-
eral arrangements have not been
made the body being held until an
elder brother who la seriously 111
BY KDYVAKU W. COCHRANE.
Fred Fulton will clash with Harry
Wills in a battle which will furnish a
foe fur Jack Dempsey world's
champion Tieuvywelght as the out-
standing feature of a splendid pro-
giam of atlsllu entertainment
Which will be furnished American
followers of tho squared circie this
week. The contest will lake
plaeo In. Newark tonight being
transferred there by the Internation-
al SporUn- club of New York be-
came It was unable to stage the
show at homo until he new boxing
IbW et't I Intu operation.
This Will be without doubt the
most pretentious boxing card ever
offered In the K.ist. because there
are four ten round contests of main
event caliber In one of which a
world's champion will compete
Jack I'.rtton meeting Marcel Thorn
for the welterweight crown. In the
other two bouts Johnny Dundee will
box Kddte Fttxstmmonn and Fran!-.
Moran will meet "Wild Bill" Kenney
The I S. ('. Is paying 166.000 In
guarantee!! the largest sum ever
paid for anything but a world's
ehimplonthti nutch. Fulton will
receive $25000 nd Wills 110.000
Brltton will receive $10000 and
Thomas $2500. The pars for the
FinisimmMi Dundee scrap Is $7.-
M'O. Morgan Is to he yald $5.00u
ami his opponent $1500
Naturally Inteiest renters in the
bout between flllton and Wills be-
I cause of the fact that Dempsey has
that he will fight llio wlllliel
Unil will not bar Wills because he
ls a negro. Tills makes It certain
I that a lienvvwrlght championship
encounter will be staged In this coun-
try within "lite ii' xi year no matter
whether tirorgts Carpentler ever de-
cides to try for the title
Fulton's rerord la very fresh In
the minds of fistic fans. He has
defeat d most of the heavyweights
In this tsiuntry who have been flghi-
Ing My length of tune with the
exception of Dempsey. and hla only
loss was at trie nanus Ql mm same
fiehter Several times Fulton has
contest. Dempsey knocked Fulton
out In the first minute of the first
round. Fulton at that time was
managed by Mike Collins. Iater he
severed his connections with Collins
and went under the management of
a man who Induced him to iy the
fight with Dempsey wa a fake
this Injured Fulton so that h"
could not get fights for a time and
finally Tom o'Houke a veteran ex-
perienced and thoroughly compe-
tent manager took charge of his af-
fairs. Kullon then began to beat
bark to the top. He went to Eng-
land where both Carpentler ind
Beckett dodged him. He had to
return without a battle. Now It
appears that he has regained public
confidence under the guidance of
O'Rouk and will get another chance
Wills has heen boxing since Pill.
Ho Is 2R years old. lie has been
forced to fight negi oe8 most of the
time but he has knocked out Sa n
McVey Han Langford Jeff Clark
and some other tough scrappers. He
has beep knocked out by Just one
man--Lingford one of the hardest
punchers In the game.
Kney For Kllltano
One rnqre champion will enter the
ring this eewk. Johnny Kllhane
who has held the featherweight title
since 1013. will meet Artie Root In
a 10-round scrap In Cleveland. This
bout has been booked three times
and It finally will come off unless
there is another eleventh-hour post-
ponement. Kllhane snd Hoot have
boxed In the srme gymnasium niany
times as they are natives of Cleve-
land. While there Is consider. iblt
rivalry between them the champion
seems to be running no risk of being
relieved of his crown.
K rather Interesting scrap In the
llghtheavywelght division will bring
Harry tireb and Tommy filbbons to-
gether for ten rounds at Plttsburgn
I Iran Is a light hitter but a fast hover
Gibbons Is also a clever fellow but
packs a very healthy wallop fireli
has beaten Mike Olbhons several
times and therefore should outpoint
hla less skillful brother.
Hob Martin and Bay Smith are
niatehetl for Columbus but there is
nothing certain ubout their meeting.
They have been matched at least a
dosen times and something always
happens to cause a postponement.
It la likely there will be another
hitch. If not this will be an In-
teresting contest. Smith la the only
nfan holding a decision over Martin
with the exception of a questionable
newspaper verdict Bob Roper gain-
ed. Martin Is anxious to erase that
black mark from his record.
WITCHES SPLIT 2
Indians and Packers Di-
vide Pair; Hain
T. JORKPH July II In ona of (he
in nut exciting ajatnea ever wltti'-Hsed at
tha local loi m Joseph tied VI hite's
ail run lead In the a'pnnd Kama of a
double header hem this afternoon end
then won the game In the eleventh. The
arnre waa 7 to 6. Wichita won tha first
giinio 1 tn t.
ioara first game: It II. I
w Lehlta HI loo i I
st Jaaatoh ooa ooo oo---o b o
Vut t "t irm -Hi ooke and Yai van. Rose
and i Hihy.
Wichita M nnn ona nn--a S
Hi. 1m Ma """ ooo ooft oiT I l
Itatterlea- Muster llowmaii and Tar-
yan; McLauajhlln WlliUins Allen anil
1'it.krrt Win live Htratahl
HlOrX CITY. July After having
won five atralght game the ('acker ran
I heir to tit I to all by takina tna rirei
game nf th dottbl header with Oklaho
ma rny ner lasafA t la ni turn msji
the aecnnd by a 11 to 3 roone. Moth
game were Hayed In a drlssUng rain.
MM fi rut game; R. II. IC
Oklahoma City ... 001 001 001 4 JO 0
Klnux fit y Nf -101 Ola I 7
Hiittrrte Allen and Griffith; Lyons
Russell and flpel 1 man.
Ntond game: R. H- E
ckltthoma Clly .. K00 0K0 210 I ft II 1
tua f It y 010 020 000 1 II S
Its' tariff ItHtnsey and I r aen; Jluaeall
GUI la and Hpellman.
MIAMI GETSAN"eVEN BREAK
Bi stop lit (niiiiiii'nr In Morning.
Miners l f at llanh sMIle lub.
MIAMI Okla July 25 Tlie I'hll-
lips oil team of Huniesville lost to
Miami tod)' 4 to I Both tMuBM
r.mnd It I. aid to 'hit llarllesville net-
ling two hits off N.izazza and .Miami
tin off Wlnchestei .
A fctanie In the tnornlnir with Com
n rMultod In BttftltuvllMi de-
lent to 2. A derision In the first
Utnlni caused the Bartlesvllle players
to riult until the umpire left the field.
Scraps for Oklahoma
Bantam Title Tonight
Tram W L Prt Ttm B
Tt i.s I ;l'i mi Oataka III
Hirinta nr M .mm tan car Is
Ni i..-1'li 44 Mi Im M'nn
J.l'iiii te II .III) Sliau inn 19
Trtm W. U M i Team W.
Brln II II lll'S o
rnrmnall 4a 4 1 . Hon I I'hleate rt
rmSnrth 44 In I "si II
Nee Van) U 41 .414 I I'tilattrlehU II
t .-.. i
m I V ' Traill
SI tailj 4
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Soonor Bantams Headline
FERNS TO COMEBACK
Former Crack WtltSl'Walgbt
RcturBs to RinK ; Weiaa
Mutt McKee of Oklahoma City
miii who tonlpfbt boxes Nte Jackson a
47 i f. How totviisman. In the 12-round
. headllner nf the hoiliiR show staed
J" ! by the Klks at Oklahoma City.
This si rap will deslde supremacy
a i among Oklahoma's foremost boxers.
.4ii They are hantamwrlKhts
.41111 : '
The Argentine conirress Is consld-
erlnfr buildltisT a new trans-Atlantic
railway to link the northern prov-
inces of Artrentla with the Chilean
onrt of AntofhRasta
POLICE CHIEF LEAVES
He's Brightest Star
in Tennis Firmament
(.ystnf'nii Will Mnke Trip to IVilnls
In Mi. lot. . i n yMKt io
Study IVillor Mctluxts
John A. austnfson. chief of police
will leave tonlttht lor atrip . f
bout two weeks to visit eastern
cities for a study of pollen reKula-
Hons with view of bringing the
Tulsa force to the highest poaslbis
degree of efficiency.
The first slop will be In ChlraRo.
where Chief tjustafaon has had ex-
perience as an officer.
At Buffalo he will Join John M
Adkison commissioner of fire and
police In Tulsu.
Other cities to be visited by the
police chief and commissioner will
Include New York city Boston Bal-
timore 1'hlladelphU and Washing-
ton. Appointments and promotions on
the Washington force are made b
civil service examination. This Is
regarded as the most satisfactory
I system for the conduct of police de-
tparlments. and preparations are be.
lng made In adopt the system In thil
"Politics will be absolutely taken
out of tlte notice ilrnnrlmpnl '' fb!ef
tiusiafson said yesterday "Any man
found participating In any manner
In politics will be dismissed on tr.
spot. The police forte Is solely for
the protection of life ami properly
and to combat the lawless element
of the community lawlessness and
some forms of politics go hand Hi
been in line for a cnamnionsnip i hanrt anfl If the pollcu are allowed
bout but earn llloe Booie.oio . . I... Involved It lessens th
efficiency of the department and
nene.1 to prevent It
held the tiio im "" "'"". interferes with rlglil
atin lioo..' "'' ' . . .
title''""""'""'" "'"-""-.. .
lulsa Is nillla io ine nignes-
-7- - - im iw i..ssrai w i ja.
TVam W k Trt I Tram w I
V Nul AH 3f .A01 Tiledn 47
IMUnspU 52 4.1 .S47 I LtaMral 47 47
Miiiiiraplh 4 S .R.l TieSsM R5 RS
MUeaikaa 4T 45 .MUKana nty .10 81
We tern Aeaoelatlnn.
TViuti W. I NL 1 Train W L
n Hmlla 1 7 tft 1 fprlftftWil 14 If
Ralf U T r v. i.Mio.n.t.t in 14
iH-r-fifa 11 gOO j raehittka f If
llenrretu 13 11 .812' cliiaaa S U
lli si ith VKMTKRnAT
Ural rril leavgu
AT rKH KOIIfM 0 7. TI'WA T t.
At Omaha-Joplln nn game rain
At Rlnua -'i'v at. oltlnhoma City
At nt. Joseph i i wlaaiia i f.
N III laiM.il I.MIIHf
At rtnrtnnatl t. New York I.
At I'lMshiirgh 4. Itrooklyn 4.
At Chicago f. rhtladalphla S.
At at. troula f. Iloaton 3.
At Thleago 2. ClMglg
At f..it. " 21. At. I . il-
At Waahlngton 4. l'hlalel phi t
At lloalun 2 Nw Tork R.
Ann-Tit rt m I ii M.. n
At Tolerlo 0. IjfmlavUle ft. Plrat
A( Tol'ilo 4 lioul
At Mlnneapnlla ft.
At Milwaukee t
At Mllwaugea A.
A t Coluiubua I
At Colurribu 1
oml t: -
At Fort Smith 10 Balf 4.
At awhiiaka 1 Henr-vetta 10.
At Mnrtngfleld 0 -"hick ash 1.
At tun right 1. Okmulgee 1.
Houlhern Am in hit Inn
At Mem l'li la 7 lllrmlnghiin 1.
At Naahvlll 0-4 Atlanta -0
At Chattannnga 22 Mule Hoek f.
At Mobile 2 4 New rlan I L
At Houston 0-2. hallat 12-1.
At Beaumont t. Hbrevepart
At OaJveaton 1-1 Kt t Worth If.
At Han Antonio R U'lrhlU Fall .
Ttl.SA AT lBH Mi'INKS.
Wichita at Ft Joaeph.
ttklaihoma t'lty at Kloui I'M).
Joplm at ( mm ha.
Niitlonal I engue
I ittaburgh st llr i j n
No other gamen a hriluled.
Atnerlriiii i .i i ii .
t'hlrago at DettoH
IVaahlngton t f'lu'a'lelphla.
llt-eton st New York
f. illy time gamea s hednUtl
Kansas City Mt Milwaukee
ft !. at Cohiiribua.
Louisville at Toledo.
lily I hi M gan.ea i.
frairsj Arifv4 i.itlon
M at fori HitiHh
Chick ak t Hp ingfield.
Mentyetta at ruwhiieka.
Okmulgee at I'rumOglit.
TWINS WIN FROM ENID
HebmldlM Hat lleaOlv llenrte licet
I'liwhuska 4'hrls lien sprtn;-
f Icltt 111 nmlgi-c W lo
Knta 4 I I
At Pert Smith 1 II I
llatterlee- lllssera anil l.ainb Watlsg.
tli.tlai.il and "iiil.U.
. I I
villa 3. He n.l gams.
HI Paul 4.
Kanaaa ilty I
itenryetts . .
Ilalterlea flavla. fitinhntn
Alltn. Malotie suit Ilrasnon.
rhlrhaalis . . . Ill
At Springfield 1 1
Ilalterlea Miller and Hays Jenea and
Okrnulgea I II I
A i loumrlg! t I I I
nattet-iea wttlleme and rromni. Jala-
ms Haas and Kruth.
lly l.AHHY HAII.HT
several years southwestern
boxing fans IbVvo signed over ths
relative merits of Nate Jackson and
Nun McKee. Oklahoma t'lty bsn-
rnwelghls and loromost repre-
senlatlves of tint Sooner state In the
Jackson and McKee step 12
rounds In the main event of card
staged by the inks i lub. which by
the way Is the first boxing Okla-
homa t'lty has bad slma county of-
ficials stopped the Jai kson-llegnn
limit In the llftcenth round thro
Jackson and Mi lice started their
ring t ai eei M under i tie inilT.liltnl
0( Sammy Kamson Oklahoma t'lty
tetUfl manager and It was under
Hamsnn's ill e. tloti that they first
Harniny retired from thft game
bout two year ago. Nate handling
his own ail. ihs and McKee being
managed by a Denver sports rlter.
The rivalry (hat started when they
were In the same stable now culmi-
nates In this first meeting between
hen tonight at Oklahoma City.
Interest over the Jarkson-McKee
go In Oklahoma City and Tulsa Is
very keen. The prominence of the
principals and the tact that they
re Oklahoma hoy combine to
make It one of the moat Interesting
cards staged In the southwest this
summer fteveral Tulsa boring fans
will attend the card at Oklahoma
i lly tonight.
Iuli Pallas manager of the Ar-
rade billiard parlors la to handle
hi eotintrymnn. Anton the Oreek. In
the latter' 12-round bout tonight
with Curlcy Bmllh at Wichita Kails
The fuselage of a new Ilrillah air
plane folds to permit It to be stored
In n smaller spnee.
Kid Kerns a great welterweight
a decade ago Is to attempt a come-
back. Ferns attempted a comoback
at Oklahoma City about four year
ago boxing tour nr six rounds with
an Oklahoma City boy whose name
wo forget. Fern did not make a
good Impression nd retired to his
l'erry home. We saw htm at Terry
several weeks ago and It ever a
person Inokod fit It was Kid Ferns.
He had Just returned frnm a fish-
ing trip. Uronied and with the un-
mistakable mark of cb an and out-
door living Fern certainly looked
abl In make a successful retugn..:
Several years' retirement la of coura
a handicap to any man but remem-
bering his brilliant work when he
was at his best and th picture nf
health and strength he wa the
night wa saw bun we believe the
Kid will mako It Interesting for any
14)1 geiti i over nl'OUl
of CM) iiosb vakl.i noma
1 1. : m. ooo
Have you tried
a bottle of the
You'll say so
7X5U will be surprised how much a wcll-
balanced blend ami superior work-
manthip can add to the enjoyment of
even the choicest Havana tobacco. Your
first Kl I'roducto will be a truly pleasant
Nine alupri and .ties Irom
which to inuue your .election.
but It was during tlie war
lie sentiment was a gains)
bout at (hat time. S. the match
f.ii through since Dntpgy de
feated Wlllard Fulton has been hot
on this trail clamoring for anu'.htr
decree of service from tin pol
department and are making
every effort lu tulfill our dutjr.'1
Willi. no Tlldcn.
William Tllden. Anierlc.iti tennis
wizard whose play In the British
Mngle ch iiupion - liip and first round
of the nails cup title matches was
th : i brilliant of a rucituet
Wieldct for ieuia.
Peoples Trading Co.
Will Open on Main St.
hue. a rutin
Kanaua tllfi Ml
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