The Sunday Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 338, Ed. 1, Sunday, September 4, 1921 Page: 9 of 38
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America Wins Davis Tennis Cup Second Straight Time by Defeating Nippon's Team
Williams andWaliburn Win LABOR "DAY GOLF .'Superman' or Inspired? Youthful RAPID PROGRESS HORNSBY AFTER
Wl5ffimlil PLAY ARRANGED Wizard Riddle for Psycho-Analysts IN B0YS J0URNEY ALL THE HONORS
Ynllow Men Fight Gamely
Forcing Contest to 1
Go Four Sets
YANKS ARE INVINCIBLE'
Defenders Put Up the Flashy
Brand of Tennis That
Can't Be Beaten
FOKKST HILLS S. Y.i Sept. 3.
The Davis cup. emblomntlo of tho
world's toam tonnlH championship
remains In America for another
II. Norrls Williams of Hoston nnd
Watson M. Washburn nf Now York
tho cup ilcfemllnif double tram
clinched tho championship for tho
Fulled States by defeating Ichlya
Kuinngno and Henso Shlmtdzu of
Jnpin throe out of four M'tu by
fvoros nt 0-2 7-5 4-B 7-5 on tho
courts of tho Went Sldo Tennis club
Tho winning ef the iloiibltj match
today. In conjunction with William
M. Johnston's victory over Kum.ipan
and William T. Tilden's win from j
iM.ll.l.. In ulni.L.a ....ulnril'iv.
Olll HH'l f M m ji
cave the Atncriran mayors ine neccs-1
wiry three out of five victories. . horo today by William II. McCarthy
On Alondny Tllden will play Kum-' president of tho league who orrlvnt
agio whllo Johnston crosses racquets 1 from Son Fmncispo and personally
with Shlmldzu. The outeomo of supervised the ejection from Wash-
these two sIhrIcs matches however lngton park during the progress nf
will not affect tho status of tho In-! the flirt game of a dnubleheuIT
ternatlonal play for tho season ot between tho Portland and Jfl
1021. lAngeles clubs of moro than a
Not So Hnril Fought. dci?en betters on baseball games.
The victory of tho American dou-lWIfo n 'Tuo Mini" llulihv (uitH.
bins pair which culminated In tho1 CIIICAOO Sept 3. James M.u-
retentlon of tho uup against tho i tin former footlMll star Imm ntered
challenges of 12 nations was not suit for annulment of his marriage
as closely fought out as the scores i his attorneys announcod tolay on
would appear to indicate. Wllllami ' the grounds that ho Is "no match"
and Washburn ns a team wero 1 for his wife. Tho suit Hpeaks ot her
clearly miperlor to Kumagao and as a "cavo man" Martin nccusis
Shlmldzu particularly In the flnalltyi his wlfo of trying several times
of their strokes. Streaks of erratic to shoot him. also of trying to run
playing and error making at times 'over him with his own automobile
marred tho nlav of tho victors. " uas 0" n""? ier- '"
Thn .tnnanpjin. however wh n
they stroked tho ball with tho samo
caro and effectiveness as in tncir
singles play did not pair well to-1
(tether. They wero frequently
thrown out of position or lined up In
tho middle of tho court whom they
Interfered with tho freedom of each
It was on their earned points that
tho Americans won nndilt was In I
tho scoring of thefw placement and!
service nccs that that they showed l
clcarlv superior to their Oriental
opponents. In addition Williams
and Washburn woro a. comparatively
even balanced team which could not
bo said ot the Japanrso. Thero was
but four points difference In the
earned nonors ot tno Americans i
whereas Kumngao made almost i
twice as many as Shlmldzu. To off-
set this however Kumngaa was less
steady than his teammate and tho1
Jnpaneso made less errors than tho
Americans duo in part to their ten-
dancy to avoid taking chances for
a wlnnlnc smash.
Williams Makes Mont Knurs.
While Williams nnd Washburn
had the same number of placements I
to their credit Williams piled up I
far moro errors than tho New York-
er. Tho famo was truo in a gen-
eral way of Kumng.io who tried nt 1
times to make a forcing fight against
the .winners. The match was layed i
under difficulties a terrific hunrler-
ntorm Intervening at tho end nf the
third set nnd delaying pliy almost
two hours. ISoth teams were given
a noisy greeting nt tho end of play
the handclapping nnd applauio con-
tinuing for several minutes after
tho winning stroke had been mado
notwithstanding that tho mate! did
not produce the sensational volleys
and stroking of the ball which tho
spectators had hoped for.
After the teams returned to tho
clubhouse Kumngao as tho cap-
tain nf the challenging nation mid
that he and his teammate were very
well satisfied with tho result of
Japan's first appearance in tho role
of a Davis cup challenger.
Tnnn Not Downhearted.
He said further that they were
pleased and proud to have reaehed
the challenge round nnd would enter
a team for the tup noM year.
Kumago said that they wero dc-
voloplng a number of new players
in Japan and that there would ho
much surprise In the United States
when they came to this country and
It was realized the rapid strides that
lawn tennis was maMnB In Japan.
AIllo. Suzanne Longlon tho French
woman tennis champion was to
have appeared in a mixed doubles
exhibition match following tho Davis
sno was present in tno ciunnouoo i
as well as her partner Vincent I
Illchards. Tho opposing pair Mrs.
May Sutton llundy and Willis Davis
ot California were to have been I
their opponents. Mile. Longlon an-1
nounced later In tho afternoon that
sho was too 111 to play however. (
iter seconu innuro 10 g' inrougii
". ru . "
courta eccitate'd the substU
o a men's 1
tha 3 000 spectators
sen Clarence Todd nnd Jo Ande rson
of Australia meet Willis Davis and
Dean Mathey. Tiio two pairs proved
ovenly matched and the most sensa-
tlonal playing of the day endeel witlr
tnf senro nine games nil wnen n
grew so dark that It was impossible
to follow tho flight of the ball.
Dog Race Entries
The following jire Mil Continent raco
entries for tonlKht:
Fl-it race three-sixteenths mile. J!5
Nile Hawk. Billy Parian H-ndS"ino Kor-
tune Midget Flirt. Jennl" Wrinkle Lady
Second race one-fourth mile 140
Mickey Clair. Imp. Olnfrer Peer and. tJidv
1 1 . Alabama Jack Ited 1'lne llolilu
Third race three .sixteenth mile US
Helena Fortune Hickory Jim Sweel
liurch The hTneak Nlit Tarton Mfs
Fourth race ene. fourth mile f It Hill v
hay. Leopold. Wild i:astr lllahhall.
Klllarney l-iil. Moonshine Wild in...
l'ltlh race one tnurlh mile. Itu sixth
round of elimination slake -Uush Iteulieu.
Anna'a Lilly. Peerless Prince nil Ac
tide's f.ady. Klylns Tine J.-serin iMi
Klxlh race three-sixteenths nn.'. 12 -lln
finish nig Tom l.'l' n I'arton
lledy Peerless lloldinr Hands Cheorful
Sevenlh taee. one fourih mile I to -Clndei
Path. Frlend'y Fox M nney hr
cue llachei Wild lilll Over the Ithme
e-iU JJUU JacJc
'Football Practice to
OnCIl MotuUtil at U. T.:
New Equipment Here
Toolball practice will Hart at
tho University r.f Tu'sa gridiron
Monday afternoon. Cnnc-h Frnnrlit
Schmidt announced yrxtnriluy.
Whllu It Is Labor duy and most
Iieopjn. will wunt to enjoy tho
holiday by resting Htid taking In
Ihe various sporting events sched-
uled Coach Schmidt expects a
do7eti or ho grlil hotiofulH will
turn out for tho Initial practice
of the Ornngo and tllnrk.
Tho now equipment already has
arrived. NVw unlforniH will bo
available for all members of tho
team and other new parapher-
nalia also Is on hand.
Tho t'nlveinlty vt TuUn this
year will turn out an academy
team which will play smaller
high schools of the luMern part
of the state Conch Rrhmldt said.
Koine Ramos already have been ar-
ranged for the academy cloven
and Coach Schmidt deslrm to
Coast Jnigui Ham Ciamblers
I .OH ANt.KLFH. fit. a The
names of iieven aliened ha.vcb.ill
gamblers "forever debarred" from
. H..III. i" .
ii.iiiiiiuf.ii.r n i.i 1 1111411"
oascu.ill parks were announced
grounu ior nuunimeni is mat una
Kiouiiu lur iiijuiiiiiiriu ih ii
ha.1 not been divorced a year when
"iL'ili - .
Downey -Wilson Fray Monday
Is Second Battle of the Year
Great Interest in Bout Not Because Either Is Powerful Fighter
But Because of Row Over Their Cleveland Mill
Three Other Champions on the Card
Hants Thin Week
Sipt. S Johnny Wllaon va. Ilryan
Downey. 12 rounds at Jersey City.
Pent c Kid Palmer va 1M Warner
12 roumlH. at Tutaa.
Sept. 6 Jehnnv Hurt va. Indian Itua
HI. 10 reun.ta at Jera-y Olty.
opt. 5. Solly Kpattln it Willie Spn.
ci-r a rnun.la at Jpraoy City
SfPt. 5 Allko McTlge vs. Panama
Joe (Jans to rounds at Jersey City.
Sept. 5 Pete Ifermnn v c'harlea Ii-
cloux 11 rounds at New Orleans.
Sept. 5 Jack Johnson va Sam McVey
s rounds at Philadelphia.
Sept. S llshe AMier vs. Jack Wolfe 10
rounds at Toledo
Pept. t Tommy OlMwins va. Dan
O'Dowd 10 rounds t Koutll llelid
Sept. B Johnny O'Donneli vs Tommy
TIM.otts 10 rounds at Deer Hlver.
Pept. f..Tohnny Kleseh vs. Hugh Hosa.'
10 rounds ot tiulsvllle.
Pent. 5 Hilly Maarott va Hilly Oray.
Jack. 10 rounds at Iiulsvliln
yert 5 Mickey Donley vs. Ilirney
Adair 15 rounds at Alhanv. N Y.
Sept 5 Jimmy llanlon vs. llelnl
Hehumsn. 12 rounds at Denver.
Sept f Johnny I.ewls vs. Joe Nelson
10 rounds at Sandusky. Ohio
Sept 5- Pat Walsh . Ourley Smith
IS rounds at llsrtlesvllle.
Sept. t Harry flreb va. Chuck Wlr-
clns 15 rounds at Huntington V.
Sept. 6 Johnny Griffiths vs. Al
Walther 10 tnunda at Canton r
Sept 5 Younc Fltxslmmona vs Tommy
Altia 10 r.iunds. at Ponca City. Okla.
bVnt. 5 Johnny Krtle va. Johnny
ltltchle 10 rounds at Slout flty la.
Sept. 6--A1 Itoperts vs I..irry Williams
13 rounds at New York.
Kept. .-Vlncent Pepper Martin vs.
Jackie Norman 10 rounds ot Now
Sept 7 Johnny Dundee vs. Itorky
Kansaa. 12 round at New York.
Kept I Mlka MrTlRUe vs. llntllnir
livlnskv 10 rounds at Montresl
eept Ml.lyet Hmtlh vs Joe llurman
10 rounds at Kast Chicago
Relit. 9 liaho Asl.vr vs Johnny Krtle
10 rounds at Hlouic ctty.
?ept 9. Vhll Kranchlnl vs. Aha Oold-
s'eln 12 rounds at New York
3ept 10 Jo lleckett i Hoy MeCor-
mtck 20 rounds at Iondoii 11ns.
I!c- r.DWAHD W. COCIII1ANK.
The most Important champion-
ship fistic battle of the year with
the exception of tho Dempsey-Car-
pentler engagement will bo fought
in Tex Ilickard's Jersey City arena
Monday wh. n Johnny Wilson nnd
Hrvnn Dnwncv. both claimants of
ti . n 11 llc.weii.-hi title will clash for
rounds to syttlo a dlspuio that
111 Cleveland a ehort tlmo aCo
Downey was disqualified for
i an alleged foul In a battle In which
he claimed to havo knocked out
Wilson. Thore Is ono otiier world s
championHhip bout on nils wock s
which Peto Herman king of tho
bantamweights will meet Charles
I Ledoux French champion at Now
The Wilson-Downey contest is of
great Interest not because' either Is
ii rrpnf flcrhter but becttuso Of the
ll! nte which aro-e after their'
Cleveland scrap and which h.iB been
' the subject of discussion In fistic
circles ever since. It so h.ippenisl
that tho Cleveland boxing cnmmls-
I sloq very unwisely allowed Wilson
' iii .VmniTilnn. in irnnort his own
referee. Jimmy (lanlner was tno
man imported. Downey surpnsuu
Wilson by Hooting him several
.1... mil tho list time the referee
Moimed Downev fouled Wilson by
hitting him whllo no was ciown.
ltofei)i's DctIsIoii Stands.
Tho Cleveland boxing commission
was so indignant at the u Hon of the
referee that It I im' dlati ly declared
Tiowncy champion and laimcu n"
did not enuimli a foul einlm.s wic
infills thit thu r-f- ree mu le a long
count on ca h ko... kdoivn and thai
hi was imported to pr.iicr-t tho title
for Wilson nt all ' The ru mg
! ot tho cotuniuwlon however uaa
(GO to 75 Expected to Take
1 ait l'1 AlOdJll l'lay
Y T . 1
Iifty to 7B members of tho liilsa
County rlub aru rxpeitid to take
part in tho open l.alior day tourna-
ment Mondav. A program nf inn.l.tl
tilay has been arimig''d. wllh the!
qimlif wiig round of niiio holes start-)
Ing at l o'clock In I ho morning. In
tho afternoon nit those quallflng
will participate In IS holes nf medal I
The first prlzo for low score 'Jn tho
ll.lllilhnp Jilay will bo tho selection
of three golf ilubs second prle
two clulti thlld prize one iluti I 'or
the lowest initial t.coro In scratch
play a paJr ot golf hot will lm
Tho Country club course is In I
splendid shape. Thero Is a great deal
if play every day nnd Intciott in tho I
game never was grimier In Tills.!. i
The following members of tho !
club already have entered whllo as
ninny more are expected to enter
before Monday in tho I'ihor day
W V WnlVrr
1 J. hynn
o. J Ilia. kMi.locn
v R. )'lmr
IM I. lUnlon
llir.l S M.lilllrn
.loo I" llvr.1
V T S ml Hi
A. II. f'ochrun
I'runk If. ltfi-1
I' I. CrnlrliPlt
W. V. III. Miami
J W. IUi.ii
W. I. Dl'-Vey
1. C. Iirnniion
it r litown
J. J Hh-a
C W. llnmlll
John It WooiUM
W I. .Nrlnn
tl ('. lllrhanUon. Jr.
K R lllwy
I. n li ir
T. U (l."v
J. A. I HtlUtl
A. r Mn
t: rnnsiantlri. Jr
C W !-t.t
J. V. McDonnell
t:. O. Ilarvry
J)n Hunt Sr.
trtrlurllna TwtfniflJ'l 4lnmf.
livn leadlnir I.hIItk ot tlio majorat
(I. All. 11. H PrJ
Hollmann. Detroit .. 17 cos lot 213 .3'i
(nhh Detroit 10S 430 104 170 .JS1
Ittltll. Naur Vtuk 1-S 410 147 170 .Sr.
HUlpr St. Iioilla 113 47 173 .Hi
Stu-aker CUvi-Un.l ...117 4S3 98 17 .ItJ
1. All. It. II Prt
Hornaliy. SI Iuh
r'.iirnler St l.oiils
IlouKh. Clnilnnatl .
Mcllcnry St. Ijuts
.12 Sol 111 2ns 4ns '
. 5 414 4t mi S'o
12 tin us sir
100 3J 6!l 110 .lt'
.lit 4S0 7 14 842 i
not nrreptod generally becnusi! tho
decision of n reforeo must bo taken
Thero was no much discussion
about tho contest that Tot llickard
decided it would bo a splendid draw-
ing card for Utbor day and tho
match tomorrow Is tho result ltoth
fighters have posted forfeits of JC.OOO
each nnd have tralifed faithfully for
a month In preparing for tho bout.
There Is little question but what
Wilson held Downey too cheaply
and did not condition himself prop-
crly for tho former contest. Downey
was comparatively unknown at tho
tlmo and never had been considered
oven by his ardent admirers as be-
ing n worthy foo for a champion.
Hut he is a tough follow and catch-
ing Wilson out of condition he
made n remarkoble showing.
.Must Win Decisively.
This timet if Downey wins it will
be because he Is a bettor boxer than
nnvono believed because Wilson has
not mado the mistake of being
caught out of shapo again. Wilson
must prove to the sporting public
that ho is master ot Downey by a
decisive win or everyono who knows
boxers will bo thoroughly convinced
that ho never was good enough to
lie a successor to such great ring
men ns Hilly Hnpke Stanley Ket-
chell and others of tiiat stamn.
I'hviitnn llv Ihi.in men n rn wnll '
To strengthen tho card Illrltard
placed three other champions on it.
Johnny Huff tho American fly-
weight t It lo holder will meet Indian
I uuHKou. Alike aici iguo c anaruan
champion middleweight will meet
I'nnnmii .trie rtnlia noprn m lii.tin.
welght tltfo holder. Thero is a ru-
mor that tho fight will not draw as
well ns wan expected berauso New
York and Philadelphia fight fans .
nrn nnl intlillai.it iilinnt ll
I Peto Ilorman should huvo llttlo
..i.i. i.. i i.. e rn .i.. r
I ilou. Tho Frenchman Is not In t'ho
championship class. Unless Her-
i mun minis nun too cnciipiy una in
not in condition he should have no
trouble deri-ntllng Ills tltlo. Thero
aro about six bantamweights in this
country who should beat Ledoux.
1 Other ;ooel ISatlJc-.
There nie some other bouts on
this week's hi hedule that aro of In-
tercst to boxing followers. Ja k
Johnson former heavywe ght clmni-
plon who has been unable to get a
fight since he got out of the federal
penitentiary at ''''venv ort h. is
' bonked to go i eight no nds I h Sam
Mo oy In Philade lphia If the nti-
tnorii es no not step in iino sin u
H is likely that they will but if they
don't It will glvo a good lino on tho
big black. Sam MeVey Is not as
r.nn.1 n Clrrlifnp la 111. 11.1a 111 I 111.
may bo ablo to mnito Johnson show '
nt his best.
Tommy (llbbons who Is camping
nn the trail of. Jack Dempsey Is to
meet Dnn O'Dowd nt South
meet Dnn O Dowd nt South rion.l
Ind. O'Dowd Is a comparative on-
known and should bo a set-up for
Harry Oreh anil Chuck Wiggins
old rivals In tho llght-heivj weight
division will meet nt lluntlngt m
w . i a. j.imi.y mis win no use tin ir
lornu'r nieiurs nn o wiuihok
i the newspaper decision
Midget Smith and Joo Hnrmnn
. contenders for the bantamweight
championship were booked to meet
at Hast Chicago last week hu 'be
bout was postponed because Kmlib
Injured a hand. It will he staged
Friday night If nothing mnre hap-
pens. This Is one of the. best ban-
tamweight fights it Is possible t
.!.. He-kef of Hi gland cannot be
kept out ' the Irp elespetn 1 s
many defeats II s i meet Hoy
McCoi mieV to Lundun. 1
Sammy Rzeschcwslii nt Nine
tinrnts; His Keinnrltnblt;
Neither Fnlher Nor Mother Understand Game.
Fate ot PhcnoiiM
A Fieiirh youth developed Into
A chess wiianl at the age of 11
and becnuie Internnllonnlly fo-
inous when he ilefi.itiil all com-
ers lie was a i a vim; manioc
confined In an asylum bofc.ie he
who 21. and eveutiMlly died thei e.
Another youthful lluioposu
marvel nt this game loniriutnl
feer when about IS. nnd died
lillslMity. the blliidff'lded c he
wonder with a "dual mind" went
nml and died still a young man.
Sammy Kxesi hcwskl Is the
latest such prodlgv. and his feats
surpristi those of all his pledgees
sum. What will be his fate''
Ily A. V. IloUltQUi:.
(!res1dent Tula eheas and Checker Clllh)
"Superman" or Insplied':
That Is the question being asltcd
by Tutsans who wltnissed the per-
formance of llttlo Sammy lUo-
srhenslil nlne-c ir chess mnivel
when ho defe.tleil 20 leading dices
pl.iyeis of Tulsa last Tuesday night
nt tho Voting Men's Christian asso-
ciation. Mow tloes ho do If llow do you
account for his extraordinary mental
nblllty? are some of the questions
naked to which wn reply "wo
don't." Fur none has yet arisen to
show How the llllle fellow who
started to play chess admittedly the
greatest thinking game over In-
vented at four yeatn of age bos now
attained a proficiency which baffles
tlio greatest chess players of tin)
Silllllliv Himself MjMlfloil.
Horn of obsi tne Jewish parentage
In rnlnnd Sammy hail no luhciltid
nblllty for tils father plays a poor
game of rhess and ills mother taken
no Interest In tho gamo whatever
never nnving pinyen a single game
Nor did any of his ancestors be-
qtieatli him this talent for ns far
i i - i i
illi-IU W' lC lll'IH' .njii-i.jinij IIUll 11 mi
billllaucy at ohfss.
(Uininy himself cannot explain his
iklll. "When I was four years old
I wanted to play chess and began
at the game at that tlmo. I found
I could soon bent the average play-
er" said Sammy "nnd then I began
to play nil tho time llow do I do
It? I don't know. I enn see a lot
ot moves ahead and Just go nhoad
and beat them." And Sammy Is
right on all counts.
Sammy's fame ns a chess expert
soon spread all over KuropeancI after
a triumphal tour of that country ho
came to America nine months ago.
Ills first exhibition was nt tho
Fnlted Stntcs Military academy at
West Point Sammy beating 20 of
that Institution's most expert pbiyern
In simultaneous play.
Feautiired In newspaper and
screen news a the result of his abil-
ity .Sammy's services wero Immedi-
ately In demand and after several
chess clubs In large eaetern cities
had matched dim with their belt
players only to see dimmy emerge
vlotorliis on nearly every occasion
a transcontinental tour was smrioii
1 Hammy's appearance in Tulsa being
the last hut one In which he will ex
hlblt bof'.rc icturnlng to I.os Angeles
where h" will appear In motion pic-
tures. Dig Surprise- In Tiny I'lirkagt".
In spile of the fact that much
publicity was given to Simmy ap-
peal Ing here special streju being
laid on bis ngo and simiilness of
stature Tulsa was not prepared to
son tho little mile of humanity who
appeared on his manager's shoulder
at the beginning of tho exhibition.
To see the little chap moving from
board to board hurriedly making his
mover) only stopping now nnd then
to give thought to the play In ftont
of him whs a revelation to the chefs
players; thoincolvcs for his quickness
of thought combined with hi'
deadly atVuraoy was the greatest ex-
hibition ot chess that any of them
had ever witnessed
Sammy is the greatest simultane-
ous chcew player tills country hns
ever seen Whllo II. N. I'Hlshiiry
was nbln to piny more bllnilf iiueu
i simunancoun k.hmc.-i mni .-.-mi.
ts skhi wns not equiu m .-uioihvi.
for Sammy's number of wins per ex-
hlbltlon Is greater than was Jills- I
bury's. The latter was a '"level
however frequently playing 20
games of chess and five games or
r'CkerS Si in II I tniienUt-l V Willie
1 hllndfMded ami nt the mum time
1 nlnvlnir a i:amo of lirlili?.' nen
! l'HIsbury was askeil to what he a'-
trlbuted his wonderful powe-r salil'
"I have a dual mlnil. wnen 1 ccn-
contrato nn chess or other mental ef
forts. I retlie Into my ot'i r mind
and shut out nil the ordinary th.ngs
of life" nd anyone who over saw
lillsbtiry in one of his tnarvelo .s
memory tests Insensible !. ll c .lig
on about hhn sitting like n 'ticue
curved out of stone. Immnwiblo 'en-
tures and npparentlv bf. b s f ind
It hanl not to believe there w.is
somelhlng In what lillsbury
A 1 1 rn In Like Chain I.inlit nine
Fammv Is different In his n'nv
from pullsburv. When Pillsb ry
was concentrating he gnv lis wb.ile
attention to the board and b-r was
verv llttlo talking between bun nnd
tils opponent Snmme on the mIht
lined aiinarently gave nn Mir ighr
to lll next move
.f Ills opp'O epl'8
I rind would lnoi.ii nnd 1
lie nie tlnv-
' t Jt.ir t at
in v lot a
ers nr. for the to f
them for nut t. icni
elmucht he in l . w
Tf was Mils ni'i".'"
lo the plnv whb b i o'
I -trr.t ! 1 1 (-1 nsn nt 1
if U. ncl h ll 1 1
Write for Catalog
tiJ Hi's a
A f 'HI 1 I
Yonrs Old Puzzles Two Con-
Chc.is Mind Not Inherited
. a"s b hltiisi If Tiitntng ft ten a
.. .lid nt wbii ll n disc uti. m w n.lit
.lllsn ho Would L" to Hill til'at b.'ll.l
mil Immtdiatiiv niiike Ins nunc
livliic a gllmpsn of the working of i
Mis btiiln. whi.sii upldlty nitinol be
folloued by the nieiage mind
li)? llllnilfolilcil Hrlilngn IVir.
l.tUe I'htsnuiy Kvnioi la i.m
a bllndfiilded chess pliupr nnd hue
phni'il ius miiuy im six elmullan
KHines hllndf.'ileil due of tus
gt i.itest feats Is to dtlvo a big cur
i hi "Ugh tho ctowded streets of n
llv and piny a game of hows wllh
nil opponent on the tear sent Rm-
iii)' i ailing out his moves nnd Ills "I'
poiient lining likewise Hainuiy r
lurnlug his head to see the board
This occurred icieiill to 1ms An
geles Sammy defeating one of that
city's strongest plters while iIiIviiik
a Cndllliiit ear through tho business
dlstilct Of that city at a tush hour
i nerving on a con 1 1 ist ion meiin
Willie with tho other or. op ml of the
front seat while bis opponent was
figuring out his moves
Hllndfnliled chess however. Is
surh a great mental strain that
Sammy's manager will permit htm
In glin no mote eNhlbltloos of that
cliarrter. In this he Is wise fur the
Intense i onretittatlon called for bv
this kind of piny Is such that ll over-
taxes the brain. W1tints the iiireer
of lillsbtiry tho world's greatest'
blindfolded chess plnor who filed
ot Insanity whllo still a young itwiu.
He's ll Ileal lissllgv.
fi.immy Is a complexity. Hoy most
of tho lime save when ho Is plavlng
rhem he Is like n.nv other healthy
normal lad of nine years. It Is only
when ho Is discussing some subject
and his auditor appreciates the lnii
1 1 1 nt nine miiiiths ago ho could not
speak a word nf I'ngllsli that the
fart that he is a real prodigy crops
out exci ptlng nf course when he
Is plnvlng chess. It Is then Hint the
boylshno'W disappears mid I ho "su
tmrinnti" Is uppermost Concentrat-
ing on his gamo he Is then n Utile
old man except at times when ho
reverts to his childish iinturn do-
ing nnd saying things In the man-
ner of all children
Sammy likes t play ns all chil-
dren piny. Ilo has recently tnketi
up pool and will some day become
an expert If ho eonllnuns nt that
gamo. I'nllkn other children how
ever ho does not want to Im shown
lie wants to pick out his own shots
and brooks no siiggistlons from any
of tho spectators. "Oh Hoy" Is a
great expression of his and brought
many laughs from those watching
lie Is quick to pick up exprf.slons
ot nil kinds ilie dny following
his exhibition ho wan playing pool
with ono of his chess victims This
player exceptionally skilled nt pool
was showing Sammy how to play
and ono of his shots called for nn
expression from tho buy. "What
kind of a shot was that'" uskeil
Sammy and the other plavor said
"that waft a 'Bllvkpr shot " "Slick-
er." said Sammy "slicker." and it Is
n.ife to say that somewhere In this
country today Sammy Is playing
"slicker" shots on a pool table
lie also likes to rido a bicycle and
Insisted on returning to his hotel
Just before train tlmo Wednesday
erenlng fill one As tho result with
no tlmo to spare it was necessary
for his hosts to speed up their auto
btlnglng Sammy's manager to the
truln and Sammy riding hard to
keep tip with them wns a very tired
sweaty little boy who left Tulsa.
iViiixTiiiioiitiil ih n Diva
Sammy follows no set rulci In bin
rating. Tho morning following the
exhibition Satmny's prima ilonmi
temperament w'as uppeimost nnd
Charles Azenberg his inniuiger was
hard put to gel (tammy to mind. In
particular Simmy wanted no brornt-
fasl. Not hi'uiusn lie was not hun-
gry or tired after tils previous
nlrht's nlav but tiecause he wanted
In do i-omethliig else. After much
argument Sammy was porsiiadfd to
out breakfast nnd compromised with
Ayunberg on watermelon and tint
When asked hw lie like Holly-
wood Sammy Bald "Fine I llkeil
Charlie Chiiplln but I don't like
Jackie Coogiin " known everiwhero
as the "kid " Sammy said Jackie hit
October 3 -
SIXTH GRAjND annual exhibh ion
thi. okiimioma iiti;n
Bigger Belter Than Before!
IVaturlng llio KniitlnteMt's
Greatest Live Slock Hxposllion
Largtt showing of Agrli'iiltuml Pnalneis In nil cIiismti. Deinon-
striitliig fn nn Ing unit stock lalsing ninlcrfiil 1I.1I1-) displays.
Hands nntl tnuslet eil all n.illons. (.orgefius mill tluilllng flre'viorkx
sis'ctaiie! DeiUli during null) siln ituilols! Sx-4sl ileiiiiuih ill
nuliimohllf racing! HnrM- racing! Fris. vaudeville ncth'
Six Big Days
of iNKTHrrno.v. .mfsi:mi;st and iivn:nTr.VMi:NT
Hoililis-cl lUillreKiil ILllcs.
THE SHOW WINDOW OF THE STATE
IT.S VOI It FA 1 1
ociom it :i id
For Premium List and further
i '! J i 1
1 i jmfimsm
lihn In tho iioi.ii when he was not
What the futute holds for Hainmy
no one can foietell. If liO'ti'tulns Ills
health ho should have a wonderful
c.iioot. Already at the very top of
the eiicsH world a few jears should
see ll I til absolute f unbeatubb' In that
giiiiio ami he should be a woild won-
der nt anything n eulrlng great men-
tal effort On tho other band un-
less his health Is s.ifcgiiarilcd his lot
might bo that ot many great mental
wUuids who broken In mind and
body go down to an untimely grave
COBB IS PUSHING
Only Throe Points Behind
His Outfielder in Race
for Bat Honors
Willi the closo fit the baseball sea-
son u month away Ty Cotib pilot
of tho Detroit Tigers enters the
home stretch only throo points ho
hind Harry Ilellmuii his slugging
outfielder for the batting honors
of tho American leaguo according
to avenigi'S released today. The
averages Includes games of Wednes
Ilellmnn suffer n slight slump
dropping from .403 to 338 for the
leadership while Die fleorgla Peach
closed tho gap considerably by
bringing his average from .392 to
Trls Speaker leader of tho Cleve-
land club advanced from sixth to
fourth placu with an average of
.373 which ties (leorgo Hlslor tho
St. Louis Star. Habo Huth who
failed to add nny circuit elilves to
his string fif 41 continued In third
position with .331. Until howevor
stretrhed bin total runs scored to
142 and his 103 lilts have given him
a total of 3d bases which Is far In
front of his rlvnls. Itesldes his four-
ply blows the Yankee slugger has
criickeil fiui 37 doubles and 10
Harris of Washington added threo
morn bases to his total and is show-
ing the way to tho bn'to irtealurn with
Other lending batters for 70 or
Tobln St I.011K 3BS. Venrh De-
troit 3 17 15. Collins. Chicago. 34 1;
Incobson St. Louis. .340 Williams
St. LoilUs .340; Strunk Chicago
340. Hevereld St. Louis .330.
O'NVIJI Cleveland. 333; Howell
1 TLK IT FPI
Information wrlln JTI'HKL MTIt-
Si'cretary .M 11.sk ngeo.
Third Uoundof SiiiRlos Is'Not Only Loads in Bat
Completed and Doubles
Itiipbl pi 'urcss was made jester-
1 lay In ilo I. i) s' city tennis touriui-
me n' w lib ll Is being ooniliiiieil on
Hie Y M i' A. courts Kievonlh and
Norfolk H. vcti mutrhcM In nlngles
J unit two doubles matches worn
I iiiteili priu tleally completing the
hud round of the singles' tilt.
I Charles Vnn Doeren who with D
Mi Cull.. ugh last ynar won the dou-
b s In fitting a strong pure D.
Tn-ir.i tin winner ot the singles
ti urivimcnt Inst isMson in still in
r ! e bin has met no lenl stiff
I t i t i o n Knotinii .1 ii uli l s
nt n s nie scheduled for Monday
I i In hi: Hint part of tho Junior
i 'up to the seml-fln.ils.
M.itrhcs plane! Snturil.i) .
I 11. n. dine ileje.ited W. Itotsti t
c t r. -
F l arr defeated fjernld tlcolt 4-6
ft 4 tl J
l'l ullill Shepherd ileffnteel .
lobi n f 0. f. 4.
CI ai'less iiii Doeren elelentrd llol.
I land Snioir H-I n-J.
Iv lb INMIer eleie-iiteit iiung'ir-
tier -' n r I K-1
DwUMit Thornnton defeated Hay
ICelle-y f. 3. f 0.
W. Hoekwcll flefeateel Joo Hen-
ism (by default).
J Toeve and K Tultln defeated C.
Wiltm-y nnd II. Harrett. . ti 1
It liono hue and W (lump uerent
ed Ilollnnd Hiirbur and Hay Kelley
Follow tig Is the scheiiuin or Min
gles matchi'S for Monclny
S a m -- F Can- vs H. Donnhne
F Hlnnton vh. C. Hheplienl Charles
Van Doeren vs. Jamrvi Tally.
i) n. ill D. Thoranton vs. ICelley
Heavor Clyde Jacobs vs. W. Hock-
well. Following Is the schedule of dou-
bles matches for Monday
D a m IS. Miller nnd (J. Wlllet
vs. J Whllo nnd II Cirubh.
10 a. in. D. 1 1. Hcynolds nnel F.
Howder vs V. Cole and D. MeHtin-
ney C. Jacol and Hlnnton vh Hates
and tlungaruer II. Hohenfeld and
Shepherd vs. J. llenson nnd Part-
ner 11 a. m W. Mnrqutn and W.
Heaver vs. D Thornnton and 0. Van
COSE RACE. IN A. A.
fay Kirk nnel Hii IIiihsoII Clease
' I'lMin Art Hiitler. 1'iuiiuiinUcr
Jay Klrke nf Ixmlsvlllo nnd nob
Husscll of Minneapolis nro on the
heels of Art Hutlnr of Kansas City
for tho butting honors In thn Amor
lean niwnclatlnn. Tiey aro tldo for
runnorup with nn avorngo of .n3.
llutler suffered a drop of two points
hut continues to top tho list with ail
avernge of ..IRK.
Itiinny llrlef of Knnsns City who
broko the homo run record of the
lengtin cracked out Ihrert four-tily
blows nnd Is leading In this depart-
ment with 3.1.
Hnlrd nt Indianapolis continues to
show the way to tho baso stealers
with RO thefts.
Other leading batters for 70 or
Hrlef ICnnsas City J(ll: Oood
Kansas City .305; Fisher Minne-
apolis .301; Acosta Louisville .357:
Onliter Milwaukee 357; Thorpe
Toledo 351; Scott Kansas City .318
remtisinn limit 'l"niliy Itaeoj
DUTHOIT Sept. 3. Tim first
ileal of the llarmsworth trophy race
scheduled for terday wns ponlpoiii'd
unlit Monday when It wns an-
iiounceil that Mailo I'iif VII chal-
lenger had ilnvednped a broken ge-ar.
MANN'S HAT SHOP
No. 10 I'jot lltlh hi. Sinclair lllclf.
Invite Vriu for n Clllniis of Hie
' hmnrt New Huts 0
POST TIME 4:00 O'CLOCK.
NO RACES AT NIGHT THESE DATES
These special races are for today Sunday and to-
morrow Labor Day only. Dancing as usual each
night 10c per dance. Follow the crowd to
TAicu wjr iior.vD iti:D ronu ou spfli. caks
tin? But Also as Scorer
and Tresses Kelly.
Hog' -'I Hornsbj stir of the Pti
Louis e'letilirials is gi . ing pt'omlM
of being Hie Niitlxnnl Irague leader
in several li Hi I on us He not on. y
has Imiessiil his bating nverngo
to 4l!i hut Is Hit cute ting to grasp
the lionie run honors of til" le.lgun
from tleorge Kellv the oiant'i'
MlliRRir. Kellv fulled to add to hl.s
string of 22 hoinors during tho week
while Kornsl.y smashed nut throo
round trip blows and Is pushing thq
New Yoik first baseman with 20.
As n run getter the nt lmits pliiycr
broke the tie shared with H.incroft
of New York and I lending this de-
partment having registered 110
1 1 in cm for his club. Ibt has smashed
out 20'j hlls for a letnl nf 32i
Tho veteran (leorgn Cutshaw of
the Plrnli'H Is tho runnorup to
Jlotnsby for batting hnnnrte being
4 points behind wllh nn iivcrac
Frank Frlsch of the (Hants th
lending biiso stealer bus 43 to hid
Other lending batters for 70 or
Hotish Cincinnati. 317: MrTIlenry
St. I... ills .14 2 I'.iurnlor St I-oulte
340 ' .oing New Yock 338; Mann
St liinii. Cruise Hcston .335
Hlgbee 1 i jliii'C .333 (Irnh Cln-
eintwitl 3J2 1) Smith Now York
.130. e risi ii New York .37.9;
Mniisel New York .129 J. Smith.
I St I mils 329.
8:30 P. M. Sharp
of Snn l'Vnnclsco
of l'l I'iwo TexviK
Twrhn Hounds to n De Lslon
nf Okhilioinii ity
Fight Hounds to 11 Decision.
of Fort Noeilt Knnsoji
Jnck Berry '
Fight Hnunilej ton Derision.
Ted Brown of Sand
Ace Johnson of Tulsa
Six lUmtulrt to n Dex'tslou.
Ticket Nilo at Young llrtw. Clgnr
St'irti anil t". ti W. Cigar Ktoru.
Prices i'2 $11 $4 plus war tax.
Auspices The Oil City
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