The Sunday Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 16, No. 128, Ed. 1, Sunday, February 5, 1922 Page: 16 of 50
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falsa Rightfield Fence No Shorter Than New York's Won't Be Moved Back
TULSA DAILY WORLD SUNDAY FEBRUARY 5 1922
(TURNS DEAF EAR'
AND STANDS PAT
jtfelievca Larger Field Is
1 . Favors Move
tvPea.dent Jamt-n K. Craw-
ford of tlie Tulfift Hnsounil
club yesterday put an abrupt
eiid to thi! contrrvorsy re-
garding the fibort rlKiitfleld
fence at McNtilty park when
.lie mado tbo definite an-
nouncement that there would
lib no cbniiKC In tlto location
of tbo Kimlen barriers foi at
least another year.
Silly I'lll IV ficn'CII.
'''I'm Koine l't ntnml put for at
liast tins ncntoii " lip said.
"Ho dlil iiitlmnto however Hint lia
i might put a 10-foot wire croen on
toji of ttio fenco wlmro thn field la
shortest Thin would cut down
lhany a pop-fly homsrun It's trus
but It wouliln't give the outfielders a
chance In range wldo and deep to
pull down booming drives from tha
ln announcing that the fortes
would not to moved Proxy Crnw-
ford called attention to the dzo of
thn Polo Ground In Now York
wliero Ilabn Ituth's left-handed
drives have a hault of dropping Jut
out of bound. Thn Total park I
about nlno Inches dcepor at Its short-
cat part than llio I'nlo Ground right-
field Thn Tulaa fluid la well ovor
tun regulation nl io provided In of-
ficial bosobnll rulea.
" Yankees llnllil Small I'nrk.
"'Not only 1 the New York fluid
now uaed by both (llanln and Yan-
kee smaller lit right center than
tho Tulra field but the great nW
p'Ark being built till" year by the
ranker also will bn of a similar
shte. Tho Ynnkee however have
n 24-karnt icoaon for mensurlng a
rightllold na short aa possible and
Mill large niioiiBli to kop within the
rule llubo lluth. Two or throe
of thn ltumblno'. four-bnso cluuta
aro worth enough money to build n
wholo fence A nesnn of tltm w'H
almost pay for tho Yonkeea' new
One reason for not moving tlto
fence back la that n. new lease for
tho 'additional ground would have
to bo secured from thn Midland Val-
ley Itnllroad company tho owner.
Tho rent already la going up and
tho coat would bn morn than n
'Manager Jack Lellvelt ot thn Oil-
er wua one of tho strongest boost-
era far a larger park. Lellvelt madn
Uie following rcferenco to thn mat-
ter In a letter rccelvod by Bulnes
Managor Frlel a qnnplo ot day agoi
. "t aaw an article In the Tula
paper regarding the fence and If
vnu'm fftiitemrilntlnEr moving the
fence back 1 think It a good Ido
for overyono concornea Padplo wffl
u better ball gumo ana pitcnera
will havo more confidence. An It
stand now pltchora are nfrald to
pitch a ball Inside to lefthnnd hit-
tera and tho result la that they walk
more batter tlmn .they would
pitching naturally. It nffecta our
pitchers more than the vlnltora na
they have the fenoe more In mind.
"A for myaolf I'll tnko mine on
J' large field and ft nop fly wont
give you a hnartacha In the cloelng
Osner Meets Lad
Of Own Style in
Kid Spack Friday
TO CLASH TODAY
AT MID-CO PARK
Mission Boy arid Skookum
in Different Races at
A card of aeven raced with a rog-
Ular galaxy of eUra among tho 43
dogs) entered la on tho bnarda for
greyhound apeed fna nt Mld-Con-tinent
park till afternoon
L 15 Freeman's two. champion".
Mlaalon Hoy ntiiV Skookum art) In
ii pair of thrrn-alxtoentha aprinta
with" n lot of apeed to keep them
company. Bknukum will have the
moat anvern competition with Jpsmii-
run Sunburn Klmvn Dutch llnrg-
man and Mickey Clair imposing him.
Arosee. Night Cap Nebraska Wild
Hill Hilly Hay and Flying Btono
will pacii .Mlaalon Hoy.
A distance trial nt three-eighth
also la offered. Collar. Creole Hue
Xing' Hpot llehnva Youraeir Illlie
Ulck. Hilling Null and Wildcat Dil-
lon nro enlereil. Two other event"
at three-nlxlennlha and a pair at a
quarter complete tho program
Another East Kt. Louis star will
make hla Tulwi debut today Klylng
Dick alitrtlna here for the flrat lime.
Old fovorlea not nren In nctlon alnco
Inat fall nlao will Mart Including
Artlclcn Lady and Leopold
Drastic Methods Proposed
To Combat Professionalism
Among College Sport Stars
Dog Race Results
(Ily Till: AKKOCIATKI) l'ltKSS.)
HOt'TII IIUND Ind. Feb 4. Father William Carey chairman of the
athletic board of Notre IMmo university which recently felt the lull effect
of the football acaiidal. In u statement tonight declared that "the only
iwlvutlon oi lotlcgea ll (o meet the threat of profeaslonal football fairly
nnd eipinri'ly." and outlined drnttlo menwirea to combat the Inroadn ho
aiild profeaalonallam la making Into collegiate aports.
Father Carey naiorted that tho chief rtuaon prufeaalunullam has gained
n foothold la that high achoola nnd uollvge lidn realize It Is "easy to get
awuy with." He urged thut It be nmdn ad "hard to Ret awny with" that
theiu would lia virtually no Infringement ri"1" auggeatlotu Included:
1. Oricniilallona of nliimnl mul Ictlcr men to coinlmt profmnlon-
2. I'lcilgra from i-cry cnidtinllnK ntlilctc not to piny In pro kuiiic
In ulilch iiicii Htlll In uillcgo iiru ul. WltlHlniw letter privilege
from loliuorn of thin rule.
n l'leilso each mini In enllrgv ellglliln to nlliletlcn not. to piny pro
Rnmcff whlUi In tiillcRO. DUIiononilily rxx lolntorn.
I. I'ublleli each full the name. Intuit) tonn nnd lilgli ncliool of each
lilgh wliool iillilctlo pniKpect entciliig college.
.1 IHHqimllry men ilnrliiff t'ontents after leal Inn high mhool nnd
l'foro entering college.
0 Itcmow tho belief that It In unfriendly for ono college to notify
another of rimioiM eiiiieernliiK lln pluycra
Notr.i Dnma'H Inventlgatlnn Into football nciinclnl which dlaauallflod
eight of Its playera nnd nine from thn Unlvcralty of Illinois proved that
emlanarles from iirofesalonaW promntara frciiuently vlalt universities to
tempt their athletic at urn even hockey players being offered Inducements
Father Carey nnld '
Tho Investigation alao snowed that there wero go-betweena on some
football aquniln who tempted thn players he said ad-line that a wholesale
cleanup might deal ft snvoro blow to prospects for tho Immediate future
us It did nt Notre Dame but In tho ned would purity athletics and clean
tenmn "can bo Just as strong an thosn which nro not."
Father Carey pleaded thnt high school and college athletes "stop look
nnd listen" before deciding what to do wheu attempts are mado to luro
them Into 'professionalism ngnlnst school rules.
At Oklahoma City Oklahoma City
Illgll 44. Tulsa High 20.
At lSdtnonu i-cnirnt mo u
At nkniulaae Washington Junior
it Tulsa 18 Okmulgea Junior High
SAt Columbia Missouri 46 Okla-
At Bt. Ix)Ul Washington 80 Kan-
Kim Afro-Inn 23.
!At Wncoln Amee 28 Nohraska 7.
At Muskogee Central High 34
Atoka High 21.
At I'ryor Pry?r ST. Centre! H!sh
At TiitMn i n.
At Chlcuso Chicago 22 llllnola
l?At Minneapolis Indiana 23. Mln
At aienpool Sapulpa High S8
Henpool sn. .
lAt Austin A. tc M Collcga 2S
una Untverultv In.
At Hrirlngfleld. Moi Drury Fresh
en Si Jopim Jtign lb.
At Urumrlght Drumrlght High
to. Itrlstow 10.
glAt Htlllwater Hauthwcstern
Oklahoma Agglea 1.
1 M Wxatlinrrnrit Hnntlnel
SAt Willow Willow Hoys 16 Vln
son lloya 12.
JJf At Willow AVIIlow Olrla 12 Vln
on Girls 6
)klahoma City Bowler
Makes Perfect Score
OKLAHOMA CITY. Feb 4.
uni enwicr. nisu avornge man oi
tnn UKianoma city uowiinir league.
jelncd 1 1 io rnnka of perfect bowlera
tonight when he rrglatered 15
straight strikes In a match against
A. Wilson of Now York. Fowler la
O'no of the team which will repre
sent UKianoma uity in me A. ll c
Ujuriiameni at Totcao next month
llocr Mlllctlt' Opponent Held.
rllll.ADHI.l'llIA V'eb. 4. 1M.
ward "Bplko" uoyer negro light-
weight boxer was hold without ball'
to nwalt tho action ot the coroner's
jury on a chnrga ox manslaughter
rowlilK out ot the death of Al-
honsa Howlott also colored who
tell unconscious lu the first round
pt hl fight with Boyor Thursday
hight and died shortly afterward.
Franklo Osner fast and clever
bantam of Hprlngflold who subdued
Hobby llurna nnd "Htubby" Our-
ham In his last two appearances
hero will meet a lad of somewhat
his own style next Friday night
at the T. A. C. when he encoun
ters the newsboy blffer. Joe "Kid"
Upack Clever nnd speedy himself
Hpuck Is expocted to prove mora dif-
ficult for Osner. Bpack also hits
fairly hard though not thn puncher
that Htubby Durham Is. Hpuck will
be here today nnd both boys will
work out this afternoon.
l'atsy Corrlgan T. A C. match-
maker yesterday announced tho rest
ot Frldny night's program. In tho
scml-wlmlup Top Keener Ilartles-
vlllo middleweight will meet Iloy
Chase of llrlstow In an eight-rounder
while In the six-round opener
Tod Drown and Joe Miller will clash.
Beat Tulsa Gage
Crew 44 to 26
Bp.rlnl tn Tha World.
OKLAHOMA CITY Feb. 4. Tulsa
high school met defeat on tho floor
at Oklahoma City high school here
tonight when thn cnpllal city quin-
tet ran un a scoro of 44 to 26 against
tho castsldcrs. Ttusa waa ursi io
ncorq when Captain Iiwton dropped
In .a free toss but an Instant later
tlifl Oklahoma city avaiancno was
started. Ilootte Ilailett tha rangy
center of tho Oklahoma City team
ran awny with tho scoring counting
eight goals from the floor nnd toss.
Ing In' six after fouls. Lawtnn lead
Tulsa scorers with IS points although
Holing scored four tltnoa from the
field to twicn ror iwton
Pole Kilduff Ex-W. A.
Star Goes to Minors
NEW York. Feb 4. 1'eter Kll
duff second baseman ot the llrook-
lyn National lenguo club has tientl
sold to tho Cincinnati Heda nnd re-
leaned by them to the San Francisco
club ot the Pacific Coast league
This announcement was contained
In a messaen received tonight from
Charles It. Kbbetts president of the
Ilrooklyn club who l wintering at
Kilduff went to the majors from
Oklahoma City pt the old Western
Flrat race purna t25 quarter
mile Wild Hlllon flrat; Cheerful
Moments second; Wood Hanger
third. Tlmo 27 1-8 Uolden Moon
and Hermla also ran.
Second race purao 2t three-six-teenthit
mile l'rlncn Lively first;
King Cotton anconil; linker Hoy
third Tlmn 20 2-6 Handsomo
Fortune Uypay Iloy and King Btoolo
Third race purse 126 quarter
mile MUM Cabin first; Long
doodle second; Domino third. Tlmo
28. Dad News. Littln Flirt and Oak-
land llnrum nlao ran.
Fourth rnco puran (40 five alx-
teentha mlln So Long Dick flmt;
Klllarny Ivd second; Mammy Satan
third. Tlmo 33 2-5 Fair Chance
Hed t'arton and dinger lleer also
Fifth rare nurse 140. three six-
teontfia Tnlle Warlock Becond first;
Flirting Iloy second; Flirty Hoy
third. Time 19 4-6. Night Illder
Hetty Jane and Illue Jny ulao ran
Sixth ruoe purao 125 quarter
mllo Nulaun flrat; Dr. Hare sec-
ond; Italnbnw Cannon third. Tlmn
2T 1-6. Udlth Cantrip The Devil
and I'Urnema also ran. j
To Be Staged'
By Rifle Club
Dog Race Entries
umcitti entrletf matinee races
luuriu uny nunuay r ouruary o
Aim-uoniinent park west Tulsat
f irst rare nurse 125. throe-alx
toenths mlln Flvlnir Dick. Uenrtv
Appiuuse uij Koaeuuu uocar can
non Articles Lady. Teddy Flirt.
Becond race nurse 340. one-fourth
mile Krnest Wild Hill Cinder
I'ath I'enrlcss Hare Ollvo Cannon-
"iimiui ijina jieinum.
Third race purse 140. three-six-
teentha mile Skookum Jesaorue
Kiowa. Bunburn. Dutch Itorirmnn.
juiukx uiair .
Fourth race nuran ISO. lhn.
eigntna mile -Collaro Creolo Buo.
King Bpot llehavo Yourself lllue
j)ick Bitting null Wildest Dillon
I'lfth race nurse 140. ihren.alx.
teentha mllo Arasee Night Cap
Mission Hoy Nebraska Wild Hill.
uuiy nny eiying mono.
Sixth race purao 325 one-fourth
mue roaming water. Lady Bhan
non Nig Pnrton Husy Manager
v.iu.jr i urioo rneuuiy vitieen.
Bevnuth rnCo. nuran 140 ilir.n
sixteenths mile Oakland Hub Tulaa
Ulrl Credit Hill Lady Manager
oiaivr eiiri roaming urceit.
American Bred Dogs
Win Northern Race
nnitLIN N. H. Feb. 4. Arthur
t. waicen. or wonoiancei. an
American driving a team of Ameri
can ureit i-.sKinio aog many won
tho 120-mllo International dog team
raco Waldrn and his husklea
showed a higher score for both
speed and condition In tho three
day mush than Jean Lebel of Her
slmls I' Q. and his Canadian mon
grel team. Lonei rinianea second
45 minute behind and Jacques Bu-
innne of Lake Placid N. Y a poor
1'cll and Mortimer Win.
MntaTniJAL. Vab. 4. Q. C. Pell
nd B. a. Mortimer of New ork to-
day won tho doubles finals or tho
ftinnrtinii nindteur racuuets chain-
Wonshlps from A. B. Casslls and A.
Svllsoh of Montreal. 15-10 it-U;
is. 4; 16-13. fThe ingia nnais bo
Ltuv r. c. Pell champion and s
Cl. Mortimer will bo flayed off at a
Loofftcr . .... 127
Dummy . .
2d 3d Totals
180 132 48D
121 140 442
..133 134 165 432
...150 181 117 448
...108 137 123 3T0
...690 T63 T1S 3171
lat fd 3d
.. 103 143 143
. 141 188 169
.. 159 140 135
.. 12T 1ST 163
. . 108 166 JOl
Not High Mark
Indoor rifle shoots will be stagod
shortly by thn Tulaa Illflo club lu
tho national guard armory on Kast
Sixth use of tho building one night
week for that purpose naving
hoen promised vy coi ii. J. i'
Ilooney and .nn application Tor
equipment having lioen granted by
tho war department It la expected
that tho equipment will bo received
n time to hold tho initial snoot
either the latter part of February or
early in .-unrcn. inn urinory win
lend Itself admirably to Installation
of n gallery as It la tho Btandard
cnllerv lanath. 75 feet. In the Indoor
spools 11 canuer iisioi nnu rm
will bo employed
The Tulsa Illflo ciun rormeu
anow but fall on tho basis of a de-
endent orcnnltatlon received Its
charter from thn government last
week. It has high plans for tho
fulu'o the principal on.o being for
a new covernment rlflo range for Its
club nnd for tha Oklahoma national
guard. A club committee has sur-
veyed tentatively a niece of ground
four miles north and west ot Tuisa
which has auch needed rango quali-
ties an an unobstructed 1000 yard
range a level lay of land seclusion
and therefore safety a hill nt one
corner which would servo excellently
for n bullet back-stop and a sultab)e
location for a clun house
Formal renueat for the establish
ment of tho rlflo rnnge In this vici-
nity together with specification of
this particular land has been for-
warded to the war department nnd
will bo aeconded In peraon by Col.
Ira L. .Itnovea nn honorary member
ot tho local club and officer ot the
National little Association ! ot
America while on a trip to Wahh-
Ington D C the middle ot Feb
ruary. Should the government see
fit to place th crango hero It will
bocoma tho scono ot tho annual
shoots nnd matches between nation-
al guard organizations all over tho
state and othor rlflo clubs. The pren-
ent rango Is on tho John Archer
farm two miles and a half north of
There are sixty members In the
club eight of whom are woman.
Officer are C. W. Campbell presi-
dent; James Ilcll vice president;
Charles Durbln treasurer; T. V
Meagher secretary; Olcnn Camp-
bell executive officer. The next
businen session will be held Fob.
10 nt tho Central National bnnk.
Illflo clubs are sponsored by the war
department to encourage rlflo prac-
tice and maintain a high standard
When Washburn the kevstc:;
member of thnt sreat Wichita In-
field of 1921 recorded 447 putouts
many thought ho had added another
now league record to tho towering
number established last seanon and
It wasjnoro than any other second
haremwi had mado nlnco 1914. but
history records that Weed of Sioux
City bumped off 615 In 1906 No
other Western leaguer over came
near this mark.
Weed' record Is nil tho morn ro-
marknblo Inasmuch a he made It
while playing In only 148 games
while Washburn had 168. Only scv-
en time In the 21 years has the. 400
mark ever been reached this table
"BY GREAT WORK
New Record for 6000-Foot
Course Set; Winner's
BAN ANTONIO Texas Feb. 4
Hob McDonald of Chicago won the
championship In the Texas open
golf tournamont at tho municipal
golf links today. McDonald shot
a 281 at the end of two days' play'
Cyrlll .Walker of Knglewood N J
was serond with 282 and Leo Dlegol
of Now Orlcann third with 286.
McDonald s.itd after the match
that ho believed ha has catabllahed
a new United Btates competitive
record tor a golt course exceeding
6000 yards long. Iron nervo was
responsible for his victory since In
both days' play ha was the victim
of unfavnrabln brcakn. Ills score
this morning was made In spite ot a
six on No. 3 an tho result ot hook-
ing Into a patch of trees; and a
five on No. 2 as the result of a-shot
Into the rough ' and an approach
which fell short.
At a dinner tonight given by the
tournament committee of the Junior
chamber of commerce under whoae
auspices tho tournament was held
McDonald was given first prlr.e of
31500 and a gold medal; Walker
3760 and Dlegel $600. Other players
to the number of 20 rocclrcd smaller
McDonald's victory was ono of
age experience and cool nerves over
more brilliant yiiuth. Ilia maximum
scorn for any of the series of IS
holes was 72 lloth observers ot thn
matches nnd fellow professionals s.iy
McDonald played ono of tho most
consistent scries of "games evtr wit-
nessed In a modal tournament.
At the end of Friday afternoon'
play ne raced a ono'-stroko load by
Cyril Wnjker and was unable to
ovorcomo It at tho end of tho first
18 holes this morning. So close
wero tho two rivals that a missed
putt ort tho 18th hole ot tho last
round and tho 19th hola of play.
cost Walker tho first place. ' . v
Mciionnni we playing wltn-ciar-
enco Mangham local professional
anu waixer wun ado j-.spinosa oi
San Francisco. Tho two teams were
an hour apart nnd afc McDonald
faced the opening of tho final 18
holes this uftcrnoon ho had to set
. .. T0J
Trar Nama Club
1100 Ilrlitoir. St. Joi.ph
iui no rerora.
U6t--Dalthanly Denver ...... 117 ISO
HOI Hhufart Paorl 120 III
1104 11111. Colorado Rprlnt til ll
HOI e.rrlne !) Mnlnti ...... til III
H0 W4M. HlouK Cltr 141 (II
1167 Vd. Ktoua Cltr HI) l
HOI rax Lincoln 141 lit
10 Kohl. Lincoln Ill 401
1110 HuihM Wichita Ill 411
lllnilr. 8t. Jnrnirh til 41
1111 Andraai. Htoux City 1"
llll Ituxhci Wichita 114 III
till Coanar Sioux City 1IT 4IT
Hit Lattlmor. Topeka . 141 441
till llrllton. Wlohlta 110 371
H 17 Coffer nrs llolnti lis 111
llll Cottar. Tt4 lloln. ....... 17 111
llll-Uanion Okla. City ...... Ill lit
1110 (ll.lt.on. Omaha Ill 140
1111 Waahburn Wichita ......161 447
However Washburn did establish
a new target for Western leaguo
accond basemen lo shoot at when he
assisted In tho damlse of 563 last
year Olslason of 0"m.h" al;o broke
tho former mark with 643 In 16G
games and only twice before did nnyJ
ono evor get over the halt thousand
mark. Lleyd of Donver registered
515 In 1910 and Cooney of Bloux
City mado 610 in 1914.
Tar Nama Club
1100 Drtalow Pt. Joieph
HOI No racord.
1102 No racord.
HOI fihunrt. Paorl ..
1004 lUllmin Dtnvtr ...
HOI I'arrlne tta Molnea
1104 Macoon. laa Molnea
xvoi ro. i.incoin
... 101 177
HOI Fox! Lincoln 147
Andraaa. Rioux city in
H Andreas. Sioux City ...... Ill
1910 IJnyd (tnver ........... Ill
llll-Lloyd llrnvar HI
llll Huahei. Wlohlta
lilt Ocha. Bt. JOMPh ..i 110
llll Cooney Sioux Ctty 117
Hit llreen Omaha 141
Hll Urltlon. Wichita 110
1917 (loodwln Wichita Ill
llll n.n.on. Okta. City 10
till Uoodwln Tulta 110
Hit litalaaon. Omaha Ill
llll Waihourn Wichita Ill
.v. 114 1 lit
643 TT4 813 2230
Hy-Tcst Stars Not
Up to Usual Form
Hy-Test Onsbllnn bowling quint
Tulaa Toledo entry foil below Its
usual standard In an exhibition
match yesterday with old-timers hut
toppled 2.T16 In 30 frames enough
tT win Scores!
Total ......853 033 905 2716
2nd 3rd TIs.
183 206 541
180 161 607
185 162 607
1(4 211 667
236' 176 694
Turn Tables on
. Tulsa'U 26 fo 16
KDMOND Feb. 4. Central
Teachers college turned timetables
on Tuli university hero Saturday
night and avenged Frldny night's 2
to 36 iivfeat by winning over the east
.slder. 26 to 16 Central led from
start to finish Buosz stsrted the
Bearing and during tho first half
registered 12 of Central's 16 points
while the close guarding of Hraymer
and Leforco hold the Invndern to T
Tulsa played with four men part
ot tho time Halcom nnd Hrowntlcld
being put out for personals and Mc
Nutt unable to play. Liter llrovvn-
fleld wn nllowed to roturn De-
fensive work of Kerr was tho best
Kapulpn llrnta OleniiiMMil
8reelal tu Vhe World
OLENPOOI Feb. 4. Snpulpa
high school won a close and Inter-
tarestlng gamo from Olonpool hlah
hern tonight 38 to 29 X. Jonen
mnue 18 points for the winner and
tlhiham negotiated 17 for tho local
team. McAlester was scheduled to
play nt Bapulpa tonight hut for
feited and the game wlth'Olcnpnol
wh-4 urrangeu ut the last minute Sa
rulpa won a total of four game dur
n If the week and lost none.
Illley r. ..
(loss 133 184
753 860 7832383
S. W. Heals Angles Asuln.
' FriLLWATKH. Feb. 4 Tha Okla-
hotua Aggie after losing Inst night
made a'dosperato attempt to stem
the attack ot tho Southwestern col-
lege basketball squad tonight but
wore defeated 37 to 19
Sags Phillg Players
Were Tampored With
NEW YOISK Feb. 4. Chargfs of
tampering with certain riiltudelphla
National league players will be pre-
ferred against the Ilrooklyn and tho
St. Louis National league clubs at
tho tenttue meeting hero February
14 William F Ilaket president or
thn l'hlllles declared today
Mr Hakcr today called on Presi-
dent Heydlcr and said that he would
prca.1 the charges to the full extent
at the baseball law which provides
31000 fine for conviction ot tamper-
ing which he characterised as "thn
greatest menace to baseball since
gambling has beep (aid to rest." He
did not name the Individuals.
The leather" lined basket booby
nrlio for western leagued second
basemen must be awarded to Wat
son ot St. Joseph who kicked 65
during tho 144 game he played- In
Sieve champions among the sec
ond basemen since 1908 (errorvrec
ords for preceding seasons not being
Tear Nam. Club. Oamea.rora
H0S Kins. Omaha HI "
1I0 An.tr. a. Kloux City HI
HIO Andrraa Hloua Clly ...... Ill
Hll-Oraham. Omaha Ill
HUr-KeMy Kt. Jo.eph II
Hl Oehe St Jo.eph 110
llushee Wichita 114
H14 Wation. HI. Jo.eph
llll Sawyer Dee llolnee
Oelloway Denver ..
Ilia llrltton. Wichita ..
1117 Cooney. Omaha ...
till Coffey. lr Molnea
llll Clodwln. Tulea
1130 Ol.laeon. OmaJia ..
Hll OUIaaon. Omaha ...... ..Ill
Many ot these had error added
to their string because they never
paused up a possible chance for It
will be noted that no me of those
who made the greatest numhsr of
error also are found among tmise
who lead In either assists or putouts.
tCopyrlsht llll by Chaa. J Drill.)
Topples 738 Pins to
Set Bowling Record
MADISON Wis. Feb. 4. H. 13.
Kwald Milwaukee made a new
world's record for single when he
bowled 738 today at tho Wlscons.n
state tournametit. His scores were
247 244 and 247.
The Championship Bee Is Buzzing
CHAMPION! What a word lo conjure wllh; what rbsy vlsl m it
brings to mind. The magic word has been linked with Varn)o
Smith's name hundreds of times In Tula In the last couple of dava.
since Warnle firmly eotabllthed himself on Oklahoma's pugilistic pediiiai
by administering a regular storybook whipping to Morrie LUx of Kans.ii
City In a 12-rounder at Convention hall Thursday night. That battle wai
such a whale of a scrap that It has caused tho boxing bee to bun louder
locally than It has slnco tho halcyon days when everybody thought Carl
Morris was going lo savo me nonor nnu rcsioro mo presiiire or tho wh.u
race by whipping the then black champion. Jack Johnson I
When Will Wafnlo Btnilh right again anu wnere7 who win his on
oneni bo 7 These were the Questions everyone was asking everyone el.
yesterday after the proper amount of tlmo and breath had been spent in
fighting that 12-roundor over again una marveling at lux's hoggish a;
petite for punlshmtnt.
A yet mono question ronain unanswercu. i.ouis Nowraan who as
Bmlth'a mansgor Is Just about the happiest young man tn seven stnlca
has turned down a number of outsldo offers for tho services of his young
protege. He wants to keep warnle in Tulsa nnd Oklahoma Clly where
hi fame was maue tor a tew montns. An eiiort is Doing mane lo arrange
a match fdr Wnrnle In Oklahoma City for Vrlday night February u
with Cowboy Padgett of Colorado and there appears a good chance that
It will go through. butthe Oklahoma City club has not yet closed with
angrtt and there's nomine aciinito nooui n.
There Is a ble demand for a Tulsa match betweon Wnrnle and Willis
K. O.) I.ouchlfn of South Hethlehem.. Pa. This affair may bo stneed
About n month hence or two weoks after the Detmont-Lawler engage
ment which already has been booked for February 10. Loughlln Is under
the management of Al Llppe who recently had the popular Jelf Hmltti
here against Palmer. Llppe likes Tulsa mighty well. Newman yesterday
got a telegram from Llppe asking for details on tho Smtth-Lux bout and
Al closed by saying: ''You can havo Jeff-Smith Loughlln McIIugh ot
any other of my fighters for Tulaa any time you want them."
Newman Is not-spending any time' at all worrying about overmatching
Warnle. Nay nay. Louis believes his young protego who hits like a mule
kicks Is well able to take care- ot htnnclt against any welterweight from
Jack llrltton down. In fact he'd Just a llttla rather havo Hrltton ns an
opponent than anybody else. He figures tbo worst Hrltton possibly could
do to Warnlo would be to outpoint .him while- Warnle might grab the
world's welterweight title In any round by planting a right or left on the
kingly Jaw. Loughlln Johnny Tlllmnn"Davo Shade Mickey Walker Jack
Perry Johnny Griffiths and Jimmy Duffy aro somo of the tough welter-
weights now In tho business. Newman doesn't anticipate any trouble
Wnrnle. by the way. Is a modest and moderate youngster. -Ho was
somewhat of a holy terror In hi younger days around hln home town of
Hartlesvllld 'but that was beforo ho went to the navy. Upon his return
from Uncle Sam's service Warnlo took unto himself a bride a fine young
woman wno love wnrnle and- In loved by him In return. She "brought
him out ot It" to bo frank. io he hastened home to llartlesvlllo Friday
afternoon and will decorato thofamlly flresldo until It Is tlmo to hie him-
self away to train for nnotherbattlo.
McDonald. Chicago ...
Walker Kntlewooii . . . .
Dlerel. New Orleana ....
n'llara. New York ....
martin i.na Ana-eija ...
O'ltara Neir York
nackhartn Cincinnati .
Peehtea. St. Inula ...
Itanxham. San .nlotito
Dutra. Delmonte. Cal.
Ooldenr New York
Doyle. Ht. Louta . . .
Kararen. Plltiburill .
Keplnoea. Man l.avaaco
Mrs. Mallory Winner
Singles and Doubles
NEW YOHK. Feb. 4. Drlvlna- at
her rentest pace Mrs. Molta"
njurstndt Mnllnry flow York -won
In tho lawn tonnls singles and
doubles Invitation tournament on
the Indoor court of the heights
casino Ilrooklyn today. In the
final ot the singles the famous -Norse
woman conquered Miss Leslie Ban
croft tha left handed star ot tho
Longwood Cricket club Boston. Tho
scoro was 6-4. 6-1. 1
Mrs. Mallory paired with Miss
Edith Slgourney 'the lloislon girl
with whom she played In France
nnd England last season In tho
doubles. It was the team work
through slashing rallies that carried
them through as victors against Miss
Bancroft nnd Mlra Martha Bayard
of Shorthllls N. J
Rickard Case Prdof
v All Before Justice
NEW YOHK Keh. 4. The case
against Tex Illckard noted boxing
promoter who Is accused by officials
of tho Society for Prevention of
Cruelty of Children with having re
latlons wun a girl under 18 was
completed early today after Anna
Hess an 11-year-old girl had .been
grilled four hours. She repeated
charges mado against Illckard by
Alice Iluck 15. Next Saturday was
set by the magistrate n 1i data for
summing up or the attorneys. At
the conclusion of their arguments
tho magistrate either will throw out
the case or order It laid before tha
Benjamin's Title Hopes
Get Decided Setback
NEW YORK. Feb. 4. The cham
plonshlp aspirations of Joe llen'a
mln. Pacific coast lightweight re
eelved a decided setback as the ro
suit of a trouncing handed him by
Johnny Dundee at Madison Square
uarnen iui nigni. Aiinougn out.
weighed by flvo pounds Dundeo out-
boxed and outtoucht hln western
rival putting Mm down for count.
twice in llio eixtn round.
. Sox Ort Joe AcoMtn
ClHCAflO Fob 4. Tho Chlcngd
White Sox today obtained By waivers
Joso Acosta Cuban pitcher recently string In four minute
sent la ruiiuueijuiia uy wasningion. lonas.
Jolo Itay Sctn New .Mark.
BOSTON Feb. 4. Tho Hunter
mile feature event of the annual
gnmea of the Uoaton A A was wan
In new record lime for tliu. event
totilght by Jolo w. Hay of the
Illinois A. C. The "Flying Parson."
Hal C. Cutblll of tho lloston A. A.
was second ai.d James J. Connolly
Georgetown third. Hay finished
20 2-3 sec-
ronca City Wins Aga I n.
Special to Tho World.
PONCA CITY. Feb 4. Playing In
good form the Potit-n City basketball
tossers beat thn Noble county boys nt
Perry last night In a one-atded game
42 to 12. Wilfred Johnson rangy
center made 22 points while his
teammate Jerry lbach. tossed the
other 20. Ponca City now has
record ot six victories and no de
teat .thus remaining at the headset
the Northern' Oklahoma Basketball
league. Last night at NewklrU the
Hlarkwell team slipped down Into c
tie with tho Kay county boys. New.
kirk won a hotly contested game by
tho close score or 21 to 20
Crinul Wins Kumpean Title
PAIUS Feb . Eugene Crlqut
tho "knockout klnc." won the ban.
tamwclght championship of Europe
today when he knocked put Charles
Laoux in tne tirat-v round of
scheduled 20-round bout
"Wnrnle Smith took nil tliu-stnrcli out of Morrie Lux but couldn't
Iron him out" said nn eight-column headline. In tho Kansas Clly' I'o.t
over the story about Ttiursdny night's flxtlo entertainment here. It
looks liko Warnle Is doing quite a bit tovtnrd putting Tulsu more firmly
on the map as a sport center.
The new greyhound racing course being constructed at Miami Fla.
will be nt Jeast a full second faster than tho Tulsa or East St. Louis
tracks according to O. P. Smith Inventor of lectrlo hare dog racing.
Smith writes that the Miami track Is belnir built on hard white nam!
which will make It exceedingly fast rintL-also wcathur proof. Grey-
nounu racing win invatio ine case una year on a oig scale smith be-
lieves. Ho says work Is to bo started soon upon a course In Dayton
Ohio whore n meeting will bo held-nfte'r the Miami session and that
before Dayton close thero will be a track In Mlncola N. Y. Plana
are Jiolng considered for a course In Long- Island also he writes.
Bmlth say the people behind tho Dayton project aro arranging to
Import no less than a score of high class greyounds from Ireland and
train them to follow tho electric bunny. The .Miami meeting will open
as scheduled about February ?2 and will extend until well Into April
possibly unjil May.
Nb-Fear of a Baseball War
FEAHS that a baseball war will result from action of the stronger mlnoi
leagues to revise the draft agreement are scouted by John A Hcydler
president of the National league who Is being quoted extensively on
the subject In eastern papers. The heaTd of the elder major circuit Is ono
baseball official who refuses to believe the majors will retaliate and
"fight" the minors It the Pacific Const lenirue. thn Amorlrn. n.llm
tho International Western and Three-I leacucs continue to nnnrn tha
latest compromise offer of tho major organizations.
All but five of the minors the lcaimen named ahnv .wnr. tnunA tn
be In favor of canceling tho seven-year pact. 'When the three AA or-
san; .im. Aiuericau association pacirin r-oo.et and intcrn-tisna!
Still balked the advisory council madn n ntmnrnntlin nffxr ml. Inn the
draft prlco from 35000 to $7500. This latest proposal has alrfeady been
rejected by the Pacific Coast league and the American association and
there la no prospect that the International league at Its meeting hero on
February 13 will do anything else but follow suit thus putting the Issue
squarely up to the advisory council again.
i-rcsiucni jieyuier reiusea to predict wnat action Commissioner Landls
and his colleagues will take to meet the situation but he was certain that
thero would be no boycott ot the recalcitrant minors by tho majors as
unseated by Charles H. Ebbcts. the Brooklyn president.
"(f.?uch mea"ucs w"l betsjron against any minor league. In my opin-
ion Mr. Hcydler said. "Such a move would he nut.nnii.niit . ami I
do not believe that there will be any war In baseball this year. It Is hard
' y wmi juttso iinais win ueciae to ao once the $7500 offer has been
dcflnltoly rejected. Possibly he will call another meeting of tho advisory
council which has on Jt .two representatives of the minor leagues. With
tho smaller circuits represented hy their spokesmen It Is posslblo that a
now deal may be arranged or Judzn Landla mnv ieelin in tnb nihep
steps. But I do net 'think that thero will be any war or boycott or an
organized attempt at outlawing certain minor leagues."
um on mo i-acuic uoasi unarue uraitam of the San Francisco club has
emitted a war-like utterance and declares that If tho majors aro looking
for troublo they will find It right on the coast.
n tney punon us we can punch right back." said Graham. "The major
leagues don't want us to turn Independent rthd fight them with their own
weapons. As a matter of fact we are In n better position to stand It
than tho big leagues In the caatnnd they know that too."
.The. San Francisco man however docs not believe thero will be any
Wouble.whlch makes It unanimous between him and President Heydler.
It begins to looit ns If Southwestern normal ot Wcatherford had
the best collegiate basketball team In tho state not even excepting
the Sooner by Southwestern' Impresslva victories over Tulsa U and
the Aggies Just after the Aggies had taken the measur of Bennle
Owen Norman outfit. Southwestern' crack team shows that prac-
tlce Indeed makes parted. ThoVWeatherford Teacbors have played
togethor now for three yeors nnd cartalnly have- a remarkably smooth-
Oien season on qnall closed u month ago bih! the; state Is now busy
protecting the cunning Utile. buw4 but It seems ii star football plaer
Is not safe at any time. If lie avoids the knees and cleats of Ills op-
ponents on tliir gridiron homebody Is liable to tllg up un old baseball
skeleton or wimethlug later on
1 .i? ;
If wo had Johnny Mohnrdt's etinnce as n.blg lcaguo ballplayer we'd
tell thofo collegti probers to go clipsc tlicnuclvcs around the block.
Triple-Header In S. 8. League.
First Presbyterians. First Bantlsts
and Grace M E. won.the triple-head
er In the Jii n day schopl league at
the Y. M. C. 'A. yesterday. First
Presbyterians detected United Pres-
byterians 37 to 16; First Baptists
won over Orcuft M. 0 to 4 and
Boston M E. nosea out over First
M. E.. 14 to 12.
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