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TULSA DAILY WORLD SATURDAY MARCH 11 1922
Ramona Eliminated in First District Tourney Other "Favorites" All Survive
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CLAREMORE FIVE
UPSETS SANTA FE
LEAGUE CHAMPS
Tulsa High.Sand SpvinjjH
Pryor and Others Go
Into Third Round
t ..
TODAY'S M'lli:iM 'lilJ.
'Iliilil Itiilllnl.
S a.m. Tulsn HlKh v. Olenponl.
p h rn.Hnrtlrsv.lli vs. Jenks.
18 a. m.--Prvor va Olarpmnro.
11 N. m Nonim mi. Hand ftpilnfe.
- SclllllllHlK
f S p. m. W iiifii r f Tulsa High-
(Jtenpunl name plovn winner of the
! Earliest Ille-Jcnks game.
i i. m. Winner of Dryer-Clare-more
iint fttiiyn winner of Nowata-
. Sand Hprlnct g.m.
I I'HniK
Tlrit district championship to be
1 determined by annie played at 8:
by the two team auereaeftil In the
. temiflnals.
All game played tn Harwell gym
University ot Tulsa.
FIRST DAY'S
RESULTS IN
8 DISTRICTS
I kl.i li'.inii high school basketball
I inn i lushed 1'ildiiy in 'lKhl ill"-
ii I' I I ..ir n.iim til In deride K'hiil
trim Mm II i "inescnl each district
In Hi iii' chnmplnnahtp mint at
Norm in Mm thl month. ItoatiltM
if t'"f i'lrtVn piny In tlm various; acc-
Only one upset marked the flrsl
day'a piny Friday III the 1'lral die-
irlrt school basketball loiirnniitPtit
l at Harwell gym. Tulsa tinlvfrnliy.
That wan tlm unexpected defeat
! at night "f Itniiiniiii High looked
upon na mm (if tho strongest con-
? lender for llio dlsttlet title by the
ClHremom iiulntel. which ramn to
'. the toiirmunmit wild lint little In the
wv nt m mutilation. The scoro
whs Claremorn 37 Itainonii 32. Till-
' en. Hand Borings. Clarcmoro Bar-
' Itesvllle Olonpnol 1'iyor nnd other
figured to havo n chance came
i lirnituli tullti nnloi-s flvlni? nnil 111
In
moot cases won with conipurntlvu
. ease.
Tim Inability of Itntnonn'a for
1 ivnrdii In solve llio fit I f f dl'flltian Iir(l
priitvtl by Coach l' A. Mtiyborry's
Clarcmotn ontllt wan lcspnnslhle. for
llm detent of Ihn Hnnla Fo league
J champions. tlroiorn'B defensive
play wns perfect. Itmnoiiu evidently
J line hpcti In the linblt of riding rough
i khnil nvrr Km nitiionents mill thu
team's own defense Iiiih suffered no
n ii.mill. The coneeiiiicnco wiih tliai
t Olnroraore led In the scoring all the
wiiy. ilsspllo tho cloiienoe oc me n
pel rfiiinl.
'. Tulare liinh dlanoacd of I.enapnh
1 Its nnlv ininniient iif the ilny with
no trinililo at nil. In fuel Coiirh
Itnu took out lila flrnt-etrlnir men
nliiirf Iv after the opening unit let
Mibftltuten do the work preferring
to shvo IiIh team's HtroiiRth for thu
Imriler Mnmeii tn coine. Tho score
wiih Tnlea. 41: l.enHtinh. 20
Knml flprliiKa IIIkIi won a couple
of nntncH In Iniprewdve etylc. nnd
i lllipve ill urn nuiiiini n iriu-nin iiiuuih-
.... .riiti m... Mn..ii m ii.. i in inninrv
wiih n 40-lo-n win over CouIiibvIUu
Threo of the Colllnnvlltn rrKiilnr
pluyem arrived too Into to pnrtlcl
until which nccountn for the lop
tiled Hcnre. Knml HnrlliKH then dc
fctited Dewey 42 to 25 In n much
ImriliT unnin lit nlcht.
One of llio very bent nnmcn of the
eleven nliived Krldny wna Hint In
whlcli I'ryor ellmlnnted 1'nwnen. 45
to 40. It wim n tuMi-wiw ii f fair from
tho etnrt. flmt one lenm nnd then
the other belmr In the v.im.
Olentiool ulli'd UP the inojit one
elded count of the day tlofcntliiK
Hklntook 52 to
Olio ot tho frenk pliiyn won when
i lllxbv nlnyer deflected the ball
nnil roKlntcrcil n field nonl for lllK
henrt. Had ho not touched It tho
brill wouldn't lmvo bouu nnywiioi'
nent the tiHHket.
Conch' Krnncln Mrhmldt of Tulan IT
who l In ircnernl clmrKO of tlm
louMinineiit. enlil that nil mucin
liad exureriird mitlnfiirtlon nt the et
flelent work of officials In tho tour
niiinent. Ktromt lllnimin of U'icliltn
Knrl Jonea of TulKft U unit Kitdln
Klliel of the Y. M. t". A. mo eorv-
ItiK n re forced.
Ilox ecori'8 ot Frldny'H enmes:
llfil Turk II l"n. I'ri'r II
llnry I'. Uv.h
Slpore 1'- Cimitill
llrl.Un '. KlrnnPl'
PhfftlfM l. . -V"'"
Yrrr l. Mrrlnln
fcnorinn l'ltd Mr Si rrnpl'tl
llci-p i Khnwy f. MrfUln 1 I ro
tiir. unity 4 i.t . i "I e. livw
hulnlltliiUin: llrrrliinlnii fur May V-
) (or Hh.Ill.M. llnrlpu rnr f mpl-ell.
OIllcKIn' liurl Jonn. xettif iltcp.
eotrr; aiewnrl. Ilnifkrtpfr.
tiinial I .111 li ii imp III follow:
I'litsr Disrntiar.
At 'I'll I H .
I'ryor II Ited Kork 11. I
Illxby nr. Illalienrl IS.
Nnw.itn 60 Ouapnw ii.
(Ilenn I I tit. Hklatook C.
Tu I mi II I.cn.'ipnli 20
.IpiiKh IMWhuokil IS.
Il.lf.i nvllle H Illxby 8.
H.iml Hi.iIiikk 40 ColllnHvllls 0.
I'ryor I A I'm w nee 40.
t'lareniiiiu .17. Ilninona Si.
Hand Hpilnm 12 Dewey 26.
hl'.COM) DISTItlCT.
Al lli'iir)cl(n.
Iloynton 3D. HiiIIImw 32.
If sola 43 Winner 12.
MiMkORpa 42. Council llllli 19.
llenryelta . Chnrntntt 9.
Okniulgen 50 Mnrrla T.
Tin iid DiffritKr.
At Diinint.
Alnka 3K liokilillo 13.
('Itii'it 21 Mini) 13.
Calera 25. t'rowder il.
Durant tr. Tunhkii 15.
Aldmnrn 21 lloimoll 12.
jdi'itrii nisritK'i'.
At WeunUn.
Hhnwneo 35 Mtrattonl 15 (nccond
round.)
Mipulpa 35 McComt) 8.
Hhnwnee DrumrlKlit mid Wnwoka
went Into llio a"ioiid round by for-
fella nnd tltralfnrd drew n byo.
mi pull. a A3 nrnmriKiit zo
Okemiih 28 llolilenvlllo 8.
1'IITII DIHTItlOl'.
Al Oklnliomii City.
Oklnhomn Cliv 50 lllnnchnrd 21.
IMmond 41 Outhrln 17.
Norman 32 Luther 21.
Marohnll foi felted to Oklnhotnn
City.
Crescent forfeited to Hllllwater.
.SIXTH DIKTUIOT.
At 111 llciui.
Anndnrko 21. KlnglUlier 2C.
Mnrlnw 42 Vukou i'J.
lllti'hi'iick 17. Wntnna-a 13.
lllllKer 3:1 Dllliiiui 21
Ilimh HprliiRH 50. loco SB.
Kl Ueno 10. Amber 19.
Nlnnekah .IV Wnurlka 4.
KHVHXTII DISTItlCT.
At Clliitiin
Kentlnel 47 Clinton eecnuilN 12.
Clinton 47 Independence 15.
Wenllierfnrd 27 Ainpaho 25
Cloud Chief 32 Tliomim 20.
Altim 40. Frederick IS.
Cordull 33. Htnttoid 9.
KKillTII DISTItlCT.
At Mnld.
Illnckwell 18 l.averno II
Mold 19. Deer Creek 1".
l'oncii City 25 I'onil Creek 21.
.let! forfeited to lnmtiert.
Oheroken forfeited to Hunter.
CITY CHAMPION
OUT OF RUNNING
IN T PIN MEET
Ira I'ilcher Eliminated by
Fellow Southpaw Ed
Rombeck 5-18-533
Irn I'lli lir. city bowline chnmplnn
for the Inst two pihhoiik whs elliiil-
nateil In tlm elrxtes of tho Y. M.
C. A. sprliK touriiHinntit I'rldny
night by a brother aout)iiaw. ISildle
tlombeck. Tho in-frame aeote was
Itotnlipik 54X. I'llchsr 633.
t'lleher ran Irdo it mean ot had
breaks In his ilrst name anil etruek
for aeant 152. This Kfive llombei k
n lead of 29 pine as he lilt 181. I'll-
i her cut down the lend In the next
two games but could not wlpa It out
llolh southpaws tolled well each
IimvIdk a dIiikI miss. HoiuIxm k
counted on a couple of npllla.
Tho elltnlnallmi of I'llclier lenves
only threa nf the elx tnembera ot
tha Tulan Toledo entry In tlm run-
ning Kent Hpellmnn llerker nnd
Hehroeder. all of whom won their
mati Iiph 1'ililny. IlorKwnld was
elltiilnnted entty In the tournament
by "Uncle John" Oreaoi '. veteran
of the local alleys: Cnpt. Mnrey llev-
Holds lost to Mi' uy hy ilefatllt when
he beiainii III diirlnx ii mnlcli ii ml
l'lli lier uenl nut oh reeordnfl.
ilreaiiry survived r rldny n IiowIUik
by ellinlniilliiK another veteran.
Mamer 511 to 48:. "1111010 101m"
will have In be "ilnht" to Mick
thrmiKh his next match which will
bo with Decker or the ny-Test out-
fit who line been hitting ntronic.
Doiilihn dniwlnus havo been made
nnd It was planned to net started
with tint mntchcM I'Tlday but tho
hIiirIph contests keit the alleys busy.
Doubles drawings resulted ni fol
lows:
Mulllna nnd Klbel vs. McKlnley
illul Trestrnll.
ITselciiiHti nnd ureer vs. llrown
and llnmbeck.
Nnyes and Thnmpum vs. HorB-
wnlil nnd Hehroeder.
Hmllh and HtiKhes-ltye.
l.uey e'nl llestwood va. lleynoldn
and llerker.
Orcmiry nod KwlriK vs. AlRlcrs
and I'Hiiipbell.
I.ycnn and coiiy-liye.
Donahue nnd I .mm va. Sec 11 rule
and Carleson.
Knirup nnd Kohn vs. uregory
and Mniircr.
Mnsler and Ilrlaas-Ilyo.
Htb'kney unil KIlltiB vs. McCoy
nnd YoiitiR.
l'rey mill Itoberts vs. Hell nnd
Ilnnni II.
Wlet nnd I'nrlner vs. Thomas nnd
llcimett.
llrcnks nnd flieen-llye.
Weber and I.llystrnnd vs. llarrclt
and (lliKlelt.
(nrrlsnn nnd Morgan vs. I'ilcher
nnd ttpcllmnii.
Dunn for It'll MrNenl for lluntir llunlrr
rnr urn.
I'lelil Onsla T. I'snitln S. Ilfallllril
HiintF- 4 lalntiMil t licit r. 'rt thrown
llunlrr 1 Idtiiiiesl lletiulkii I Cein-
incx 1.
Itrfrrrr Jonr
llnrllr-illle (Id)
VaniUvrr
Klnnvar
Julian
MlMhrljtlrn
llraytnrr
Hiihalltllllpua!
Klnnair for Htrrna Hlrrna for Klnnrar
lliiilaon rnr llrHVinrr. lilalicliiirn tor hi
Knit llielaiin fur HlnkMirn Prarajn lur
Dlrliry (J11IBK Inr I'rnrann.
Hrurlnii: flelil ol- Vsmlatrr
Klnnrar 7 .liill.ii IV Matron t Nrnlln
1 rearana I. rrcu llirowa Klnnrar
I'm. UUtir (8)
V Malcon
I' lilckry
1' I'olirr
il Nrwlln
II Pearatill
Kltrna fur Vanilntr.
.Malrun a.
JUfarrr
:lhrl.
Ill
' 1
llhliy
M'.lrnlilt
Inrhry
(Viker
l'r.iraon
N'rwlln
llarprr
lllslirnrl
Mata
llariwr
Hmlttl
Orma
ii.v.ln
MMAiinr. ri.1.1 v iW.-toara
Mateolni i Ulrlioy S Cokar J. I'esiaoii
1. Ntlln l. t inrona Jiunrt '
m.i..im 1 nr id. niokar u nf 1.
Kubatttutlcinat 1'eariMii fur llnylrn llay-
flun for rrarann.
Olllnlata: ltll.l. r-rrrMi Vtepp aforer
v.. ...1. Mi I'oa Oiliiniltv. 84
W 11kinall !' Hlill'lry
i.-H 1' Mnaon
lllnno I' "."
tlnm. II llfllOIIII
Bmltli . l ... Worllii
mi.alltuilona: 11. liuncan fr raco. jiu-
Irr fer Martin. 1". Maaon for HunUr.
Klalil snala W. Ilunoan t I'ste S. Itlnio
8 Jiojii 9 It. Duncan I. Hunlcy ) Maann
a lluilsrna a. 1 rra inrnwa 1 avw iiuv
tcna iL lllnso 1 l Ma aim 1.
Vr.ter (1.1)
Hrara
railll'l.rll
Kliwey
MolJihl
Mnjia
aueaiuuiiupa.
I'ua.
1'
I
'
I)
II
1'itiinrp (101
r.ailrrhlrt
CraHa
):ahellnian
llomnan
Turner
Planer for Daslarhlrf
Kcorlnir. rich snala llaavra H. fame
Imll 1 Kln.rv 7. Mtlln 1 liailrchlrt
Orcwa t i:ahrllmaii 0.
Ilrrvra 7 l.aKlirliUt t.
unrri'r. uinnun.
Irro thtoiia
lluinuim (83)
Braves Train on "Imported
Diamond for 1922 Campaign
ft
Important Change
In Football Rules
To Be Considered
NHW YOIIK. March 10. Hllml-
nation of the soal after touchdown
and the officials problem aro tho
two chief questions expected to
eorno up for discussion by the In-
tercolleRlate football rules commit-
teo nt Its meeting today nnd to-
morrow. Two factlonn In tho commltteo are
expected to result from the goal-after-touchdown
fluht.
One faction Is expected to press
for elimination of the Roal alto-
Rrther wnllo the other will tirto
return to the old method hy which
tho rokI must be kicked from on-
po'lie the point where the touch-
down was made.
An effort will be mado to Injrel
"youiiic blood" Into the mnall army
of fniiiliall oflclulM by Ursin re-
cently Kiaduated pl.iyers of iccur-
nized nblllty to take up the work.
()'ie alRii expected to receive con-
sideration by tho committee Is that
hnviriK a central board or commit-
tee allocate officials for all Knmes
throughout the acawn Just ns urn-
plrci are alloted In tho baseball
Uagues.
FAVORITES GRAB
FEATURE EVENTS
IN HANDY STY
(
Olive Cannon Kiowa atl
Wildest Dillon Winner?
Race Well Fought '
lcu of DrineV iruinlni; t'liiuinln ut St. Dclcrshuri; I'la.; Owner (irorec
WiisliliiKlou (nnil of the team led ami .MiiiiiiRor l'rcil .Mitchell.
Dog Ilacc Results
ground. In perfect con- now on real clay and earth the
uoston licnil eaters can travel ns mi
Snrcla to The World.
HT. t'lmiltailL'ItO. Via.. March
10. When Owner (leorgo Washing
ton Ornrit nnd Manager I'reil Mitch-
ell with their Iloatrm Ilrnvcs nr-
rlved In thu "Sunshine City" thev
found the souths beat training
ramps patterned after the New
orl.
l and leiuly rur tho National
l .iKurrs to begin their spring train-
ing grind.
I St. retersburg spent a barrel of
I money In improving Water front
Il.isebnll park for the llraves' vlil-
tntlon (15.000 trickling away In
labor nnd to the railroads for haul-
ing tons of Georgia clay phosphate
outcropping!! from inlnos nearby and
fur heavy lilfirk loam.
Six layers ot aoll aro laid on the
diamonds and on tup of tho eand
base. Tho Infield Is turtle bark nnd
Is Just as f.i-i as any major league
grounds. Ilefoio tho holl win
lirought In a batted ball fell dead in
the hnnil and a huso runner was
slowed up In runnleg tho piths. Hut them.
as thev call at home
St. Petersburg ball park Is located
on the Tampa bay water front. Is a
half block off tho city's main thor-
oughfare nnd Is Just three mlnulos
from tho center of everything In-
cluding tho big hotel and shopping
district.
In back of tho ball park Is tho St.
Petersburg Yacht club whom tho
llraves havo been Invited as gucstB
dining their stay In tho "Sunshine
City."
Oeorgo Orant says Hint his search
for the ideal training camp for the
warriors is nt an end and that St.
Petersburg will bo the future spring
hendiU.irterH of tho Huston Nationals
1 it hl...lil.wi r'llu" ti-lll linvn
Fletcher Restored
To Good Standing
By Land is Ruling
Nnme 1st 2nd 3rd Tot.
Oregoty 15S 18 1 1(19 511
Matiror 16ft 17t 1 B0 489
(larrlaon 157 . 187 185 529
Hell 137 113 14H 420
Dnnhlii) Hfi 2113 177 42
Weber 155 1.111 155 4 17
Decker 18 1 179 182 545
l.uey 129 197 ICS 491
Bchiocder 15.1 1RH 155 48 1
Noycs 1S3 109 ISO 458
I'ilcher 170 1CS 157 484
Dnuhlio 125 113 131 433
Morgai 170 172 133 475
l'rey 1 12 ISO 1 15 437
Morgan 200 111 190 63 1
Wells 15 1 129 143 420
lMlcher 152 181 200 533
Hotillioclc 1S1 173 191 548
Onrrlson 154 178 178 510
Wlct 135 155 178 4C8
Kpellman 161 ICS ICS 487
McCoy 151 114 17S 44U
III Camp
t liirrinnre (37) l'oa.
I lev la I'
Ituniilirav V
junkearry rnc"
ISilwarda O Wllllaina
Htit.nlum (I llhlnrharl
Mul'ailtutlona: (Irtsvra (or llolxitaon.
ItlarkHiaii lor Hilwartla.
WiMirlng: I'talil sujla llrvli (. Ililn.
Vliray t .Maybarry l I.fa b. Murrliy (.
Wllllaina a. i'raa llirawa llcvla i l.ro
S. Murphy 5.
Pclcite Jonn.
TAJU'A. I'la. Match 10. Manasar
I ii 1 riyda Milan Infprmr.l lila xiuail nf H
Iturehy eauaiura inal rroni now on may ora soma
.iiinil Hirlnxa (11) Pus. Henry (1.1)
t.lniuiln 1' llamllluii
Harmon ' rUnilnnna
Ailrrmi llurlatla
lirm-K ii lion
HUklllrr II
ntii.atuuti. ii' Bixttitirr rar iinriuon.
Shulii for Ail. ran Hiaiiliana fur llrnck.
Chlliuti for siikillar HullUau fur 1 1 III.
Hrorlnit. l'lvltt wuala Lincoln I. liar-
ntun 1 Mhulla :. Hamilton I. rlnimona I.
Ilurlrltr 3. Mill 1. i'ran throwa l.llliolll
70 llamllion 7. llurlitta :.
Jtetrrcr Junta.
In rarn Itirlr Ihrco aiiuarra A day. ThP
lliltbarlniC'Uii prucraa naa now run It"
cuurar. anil tia warned Ilia elAyrra. renkHN
nn.l triorana alike that tho itally unrk-
outa ara tu ueroma lunscr ana liarilrr.
KmiiiI Hprlnna 40
T.lncoln
Harmon .
rhult
Ur.wk
Hlsklller
Pna CullliKilllr. fl
V Janawny
l turo
i' 1'rlPk
it rartar
il llrlaamllna
M..iBiiiiil1ana! aitklllar for llarinon. Mia-
vans for Hliullt I'lilllon fr Mxklllfr. Hue
vrna for Chilton Adrrsn for Mulls.
I'lrld (loala - Unroll i Ilsrmnn t Hhutta
J. Htxklllcr I Adrein 3. Prlrk I. l'rca
throwa-Janrway 1 Lincoln (.
Hatrrto Jonaa.
IIIeiiliHH)l Jt
graham
Taylor
Yarscr
II. iSraham
Oubatllutlana: It
lllrlsh fur Varsar
. Po
(lrahain
Uliituok 1
Klaclinar
Itufara
Jarman
Natharion
rhsmhara
for la
Mlclil for lloxara
Cuahlns for Chambrra luxara (or Mlchsal
i namnara lor uatrra.
Ilaia soala la . H nraham Taylor
8. H. Clraham I. Klarhnrr t chiinbara I.
1'ras ehrews II. llraliani lilai'hnrr t
Ilatorc. Rlbcl.
Hike Lenders Ihiclinngctt.
NHW YOIIK March 10. The
(cams of Hrocco and Do lluyer and
McNiumiia nnd Uremia eontinned to
lead the field In the six-day bike
raco nt Madison Square (laideii hav-
ing covered 1883 miles and semi
laps at tho 112th hour I o'clock
this afternoon. Tho previous record
made by Onulctt and Uremia In
1911 was 2185 ml Ion and nine tups.
HKIIITIU. Tfi. lnrrli 10 tlarrv
ii ill f lt.KM-r. Hoy Srlialk ami Amoa Slrunk Hill
""M l.n 1.. ..nlu w.m IH tl. Whlla Rnr
llnatiu trhn tlify fara tha lltanta In lha
tlrat rxhlbttlnn Rnilln gf the araiOll to
inonnw. llouVtlaa will coilltirtaa tho rr-
nialtiilrr nf Iho outfit. Kl.l (llrnaon will
arn.t asatnat lha uerld'a ehamplona. Srcra.
lary Marry ilrahtttrr raporta Ihot only
PlrU Karr liihtla Mulllaan an.t Jnhnny
Mnatll aro hohlouia but Ulraaon la teltlnf
tntsbiy anxtuua about avcral other racu-
lara vihu liata not appeared.
I'imil Creek Wins riillllp'M Tourney.
l'-Nll). March 10. I'ond Creek
lliri li school Imsketlinll team cnt ried
auny first honors in Iho eighth an-
nual imitation basketball tourna-
ment of Phillips university by de-
feating the five from .let by a score
of 19 to 15 hero Inst night In the
girls' team tourney Marshall cap-
luteal first place by defeating Amor-
Ita to 20.
Tilln. 41
Cask
iMWien
l'lillltr
ldford
JkttlnK
usalliuiiofiai
r
V
c
u
Ire.llKlli W
Jarl.r
Keaa
ralchall
Walnr-
llaaine
(Irarhart for rook. He
forth for iJwton Urarhanrt (or lilfont.
Klath for Holing. Law I on fur Uuforih.
Jaallnfleld far Mwton Pool for Patrhalt.
Maplea for root. Maplaa for Patrliail In
taeonil Imlf. MrCullaurii for Sailnflelil.
llfl.I toala Cook i. tJlvlelli Phllllia
I I-riUnrU 1 llolhir 1 Klath 1 Jarb..
Wolnar J. Krr thro a Cook t. Iw-
ton t. rUtlnflrh! . Itosa 4.
Itafrrer lllumun.
Jrnka. 33
II MILT
lain i al
ll. 'I
Arc n
a
BuMUlutlona
I'dliT WOltTII Triaa March to. Trta
lprakar rlovrlaiul lMiaatvnll rhlrf. rnlarrtl
hla row pony an.l arvrral of hla flna cattle
tn Ilia rotlru nnil atock ahnw tierr yea
trr.lay Tlie ahow oprna lon.lay. Hpratfrr
irill rntrr lha ratf-rupliis conteata Aionilay
mem. 1 1 coniprtl laal )ear.
CIIICAno March 10. Arthur
Fletcher former stnr shortstop of
tho New York (Hunts wus restored
to good standing in orrnnlcd base-
ball tndav In it decision handed
down by Judgo IC. M. l.nnitK baso-
ball commissioner. Fletcher wns on
tho voluntary-retired list of tho Phil-
ndulphln Nationals to whom ho wns
traded by tho (Hunts.
The New York (Hants wcro pon.n-
lyed for the secret ngreoment with
tho Norfolk. Vn.. club In tho easeH
of llnword Dtirkctt and Jumps C.
(tnrton. It was claimed that the
lllatits had released these plnyeis to
the Norfolk club ulth the tmilcr
stnndlng that the (Hants retained
title lo them nnd was to receive any
money should they bo drafted.
Ilurkutt was drafted by tho Illrmlng-
liuin club nnd Norfolk received
1170 1 which wns turned over to
New York. Judgo Ijtndli directs
Hint tho money bo returned to Nor
folk.
(iurtmi wns declared a free ngent
nnd tho New York and Norfolk
clubs forbidden to contract with
him for tho 1922 season.
Tho claim of John Wiencke on
the reserve list of the Chicago White
Hox nsklng that his transfer lo tho
Huffnlii club bo revoked nnd ho bo
declared a freo nisent wns denied.
Other decisions handed down by
Juilun I-lnill were:
Alfred I. Miller otr voluntarily-
retired list of lloston Nationals re
instated.
D. .1. Hickman on tho Ineligible
list of the llrooklyn Nationals for
failure to report to Toledo denied
reinstatement.
James II. Cnton. on Brooklyn's
voluntarily-retired list transferred
to Ineligible list.
Kny Demmctt on voluntarily-rc
tired lift of in l.oulH Drowns trans
ferrcd to lncllg.lild Iht.
J. Weldon Wyckoff. on DohIoii
Americans' Inollglblo list restored
to eligibility.
William H. Ilneffner on voluntar.
ily-retlred list of Pittsburgh Nation
nls. denied reinctatcmcnt.
Plsyers I'lilt and Dumnnt on in-
eligible list of Doston Americans
denied reinstatement.
DOUBTFUL DODGERS ENTHUSE
SQUIRE EBBETTS WHO THINKS 4
THEY'RE BOUND TO DELIVER
Frlday'H reunite:
Flmt isce. nne-nuarler mile Stll-
sun. first; Flirty Hoy. second; Tulsa
Olrl third Time. 27 2-5 seconus.
Fern Cannon and WIlllo Wild mil
also ran.
fircond race three-sixteenths mile
Peerless Prince first; Dillon vwm
Hill second: So Long Dick third.
Tine "0 1.5 seconds. Woodranger
nnd Grey Lag (formerly Heady Ap-
pianto) uiso ran.
Third rnce onn-rpinrtcr mile
King Cotton first; Oknna second;
While Van. third. Time. 27 4-6
seconds. Crnzy Pnrton Doranto and
llusy Mnnngcr nlso ran
l'linith race nuartor-mllf Olive
Cannon first; Quaker Hoy second;
Iird Ilclpum thlnl. Time sec-
ondn. Araseo and Peerless Hare
nlsn rnn.
Fifth race three-sixtecntns mue
Klw. f.ist; Night dp second
Dutch llergmnn. third. Time 19 4-n
aeconds. Munliurn Foaming Creek
nnd Jesserue nlso ran.
Flxth rnce riuartcr-mlie wnaefi
Dillon first: Fair Chance second;
Onklsnd Hannah third Time. 2i
seconds. Night llider and Playfel
low also ran.
lly DAVIS J. WAI.SII.
t. N P Kportlni IMItor.
JACICSuS' VII 111 Fin.. March
10. "The best looking bunch of
rookies the llrooklyn ball club
ever took north."
Charles II. Hbbetts speaking
Nothing now about that. Charles
11. speaks often. Ho Is watch-
ing tho doubtful dodgers In ac-
tion. "For 40 years" ho declares with
unblushing candor. "I havo been
watching ball clubs train. I havo
seen champion clubs train under
my eye but never havo I seen
such n promising lot of recruits."
Conversnt'on nnd Mr. Hbbetts
nre not totnl strangers wo grant
you. He hns been known In fact
ns a freo talker which may be
described na a conversational half
brother of vern l'.bre yet ho
speaks now as the prosldent of a
ball club that has seen raanv
great ball players come and go
first ns nn obscuro rookie then
as nn acclaimed star. Few ot Its
luminaries- have been bought
ready made t Is a club that rolls
Us own. us the spying goes.
Its list of homo made ball play-
ers Is Impressive. Consider for
example Nap Itucker ono of
the greatest lefthnnd pitchers of
nil time. Zach Wheat ono of the
lenguo'H leading outfielder for
some years and Jack Daubcrl. a
rival of Hal ChnBC at first baso In
hU early career. Other llrooklyn
products Includo III Myers out-
fielder. Jimmy Johnston third
baseman Sherrod Smith lefthnnd
pHchrr. CiPorgo Cutshaw second
baseman and Casey ftengol out-
fielder. Durlelgh Orlmes pretty
generally considered tho best
r'ghthandcr In the National
league might also be snld to hnvo
bloomed under tho kindly patron-
nge of the benign squire. Ilur-
lelRh wns tossed In for good meas
ure In a Hrooklvn-I'lttsbiirgh
trnde nnd never showed anvthlng
but good Intrnt'onn until ho lie-
Ban tn labor In tho vineyard of
the Dodger.
Without preamble the nrptlro
will tell you thnt Hcrt Or fflth.
obtained from New Orleans Is
ono of tho best outfield prospcclH
of n generation. Pert seems to
hnvo n habit of smiting the ball
with enthusiasm and a ball bat.
lie Is somewhat of n hurried per-
son on tho tmso paths havlnc
s'olen moro tlran fifty bases In
the southern association last yea-
Andv High an Inflolder who hit
.327 with Memphis In 1921. Is an-
other young man who kindles u
gleam In the squire's wintry eve.
They nro regarded as tho best
prospect In the ramp.
Sam Crnne former lied form-
er Mnckman former Henntor and
former everything is expected to
settle down long enough to play
shodtstop OIspii thus being
shifted to second bate. That takes
enro of the Infield. The pitchers
nrp plentiful nlsn Onod and
Wheat. Meyers nnd either of the
Orlffith. Tom or Hert will com-
plete tho outfield.
Hehlnd the bat Mr. Kbbcttx has
taken unto hlmpclt Harney Hung-
ling and Hank do Berry nnd the
rhnnces are that Harney nnd
Hnnk will lift tho burden right
off tho veteran shoulders of Otto
Miller.
Tho pitchers nro many nnd
promising the muro prominent
being Ilny rinrdlnler a right-
bander from Buffalo. Harry
Fchrlver so tail thnt tho boys
think ho is dropping them down
from the third floor Clarence
Drown Dnzzy Vance Arthur De-
catur Ilny Atier and irven Dell
righthanders and Charley Hack-
ett Sam Post and Dill Bishop
lefthanders.
l'oa I'unliutkil M
I' T Pan."
V Ha u
U.'aui'cu
. 1' I'nt II
Hummon for Aiuiiu
KABE STARTS
SHAMS FIltST HAIili PITCHKD
ovmt Tin! rnxci:.
Nt:W OIU.KANS Mnnll 10.
Italic Until Miirtcil oil Ills IU22
liome-ruii campaign today III
first In tho Yiinkeo training
camp lie iv.
The Hrt ball pltclutl to Until
In butting priu'thv was knocked
uir tho cviilcr-fli'ld foiiee
nlilcli Is IKCl feet from llio plate
It nni Iho M'ciiiid Hum In the
hhlory of the park that n hall
own went mer (hat MKit and
Until holds both records.
HECU'lN Traaa. March 10. Juba Dav.
rnpnii. Ii ft hamlrd pitcher lll l one
of tin. a..rlirat man on lha bniea In Ihr
bur Iraiiiira thte aeaann. ' Klil" (llrnann.
Chlradi White Woi pilot tuilay aalit In
believe I Pmemmrt formerly atten.teil
lea I'niveratiy uf Artaona. ivliere ha waa
ona f thv ln-errund man tn Ilia 100-
yar.1 il.iah llleaaoii aaya ha nreila s Roml
eouihpao. Pickle Karr remalna a holdoul.
bT l.oflg Harch 10. Tha sntlra learn
of tha loral Americana ia nuw st lha
iraliiina camp In Mobile. Ala.. It wan an
nounirtl by Manafer Ip l'uhl yeaier.lay
f..il. .wing the arilval uf Dav lianlnrih
pitili.r ai'iiiilrei! from the Cnlumbua
American aeaoolatlon team and Herman
lUonkle who waa turneit buck by lha Mo.
bll.. team Tha reaulara itafenteil Hie ra-
nulla yretenlay 11 to 3.
oitANOR. Tease. March 10. Tha ila-pa-iure
una mornlni of lha Si. Iula Car-
iliimU from their training ramp here for
Iin'Ua. the rnuptnt crotinda of Trli
Si-ik.i a Clevelanil Americana where bat.
ll" il rata Hniurday and Sunday waa
nli ..ti.-i by word ihat Uoaera llornahv.
'..! eara lea .1 Ins batter of the National
leniie. w.ulil Join lha club hen It or-
rii.il lu Pallae. Itornaby liae aitneit a
n w . ..iiit.u I with Ihe Kt. lul learn al
a fir It (a umlrraioou. between ISO.oao
an I I:; ooo lha Isrueat aalary known lo
nui o "n given any pinyer in llio leauue.
Nl'W VOHK March 10. J. Kranklln
known aa "Home uun ' naker. be.
'"" the advent of "Pane" Itulh Into
' ia-; lealma of awattloni haa entered
liw. i h hatile down In the Yankee trainlnt
f i . at New Orlean. for hi thlnl-aack
v i :n The irlernna who anlered yet-
i.rta. found lha ronipetlllon keen with
V ue McNalty. Norman MeMlllan ami
li.eun Klllenavr. the I'enn State football
elnr. aa rtvale. Itaker conducted tllmaelf
a.lmliably at Iht tar diamond corner how
-.r or. I appeared to b In aupeib con-ilill.-n.
Soccer Club to Hold
La&i Practice Today
The Tulaa Soccer club will hold
flnnl prnctho this afternoon nt Iee
stadium In preparation for the game
with llenryelta nt llenryctta. Sun-
day nfternuon. The team has been i
hitting tho ball all week and ex
pects to present a much more
formidable front than a week ago
when It defeated Henryettn on tho
local field 2 goals to 1. Manager
Walsli wants Hunt Mays. Merry.
Vroeland. Mcl'aslyn Scheme!.
Thomas. Taylor Dyer Best and
Connorj to report for practice to
day and nlo nnv others who deslro
to play. The team will go to llenry-
elta by train Sunday morning and
return that night. Anyone desiring
a tryout with the team may secure
Information by calling Os.igo 7030.
Yciu Doubles Leader
In Toledo Tournament
TEliEAU BALKS
DFNVIIH Cl.ril FAILS TO OFT
DHOADWAY PAltK.
DUWKIE Colo. March I). .
Ffforts nf owners nf tho Denier
club of (he Western baseball lea-
gue to obtain Droit deny park ns
(lie (cam's home grouiiili for the
M'ttsun apparently fulled Kk1:i
when nficr u nuvlliig with
(icorge Tchcnu owner of the
park Al Trice president of (he
Denier club niliinunccil that no
ngrccmcnt hat! Ihvii reacheil.
Prlcis wild that M'trral offers
hail Ih-cii Hindi' to the club in
ilonnto gnnindi here for the um'
of llio club.
Favorites rewarded the
of tholr Bupporters In the "
turo events nt Mld-r'nntt
Friday aftercooh Ci ive
If lowa and Wildest In r. p
the fourth fifth unil eis
handy fashion
Ollvo Cannon ran a n..
rm o tn tlefent Quakir I
lletpum nnd Arnsec She .
from behind nnd was g.i i
inn unisn. iiru in-'t i m
m
r.i:t
' a
trt!'j
tj
' tut
. iii--.
irong uui wns too far t. . Lead-
started. Kiowa defrnted r. . i.t cj
by three lengthii. but it iv.
ben much closer had N . Ci)
Dillon showed tho way r t o aa
evipit of the day with a . nm
margin over Fair Char. r . r in.
tendorf. his owner nm. J i .st is
time inr inn tnce ntu-i u 1 -tr.i.e
ill Ive over muddy i.aJs i- n hj
rnwrice nomc.
en jays program at a ui o nn
well contested innvt (.t t rcei
if.iilK i-iiinv i ill? nil' h v H f.inll.
what Blow ns the result . r h lictri
rain. A rair-snsed crowd i i. ri 0m
Another well-bnlaneed pr ramli
nn tlip lionrds for K.iti.r.l . nri.
noon with post tlmo In the lnaur
urnl ot 3 o'clock. Tho fcvuirs wil
bo a five-sixteenth affair fourth en
the progrnni with Jolo II.'. Ur.
Cannon Friendly Fox Snrrdy r;u.
lion Butty J and Creole Sue cc
peting.
Oil n Club Shoots Tcabir.
This alternoon on the TuIm rifle)
range grounds two and one-hilf
miles north ot the city Hie TuIm
Clint f'flll wilt hntfl Its r l'ii .rtr n'nl.lu
...... . .....
rani will be a four 2r t mm event
The first squad will lin. up at i
o'clock.
Dog Race Entries
First raco purso $30 one-fourth
nHo Sly Ntg Parton. Sltkum.
Foaming Water Dr. Hare Lauy
Lee.
Second race purse 25. three-six-
tneiiths mllo Flying Belle Gypsy
Boy. Utile Lilly Hustling Sim
Cha-np Clark. Friendly Queen.
Third rnce purso au one-iourtn
mile Sonorn Wrinkle. Hilly Pnrton
Okla Flash. Miss Dare Windy Can-
non. Two-Story Pat.
Fourth ltace. purso $40. five-sixteenths
mile Jolo liny Lord Can-
non. Friendly Fox Speedy Cannon.
Creole Sue Betty J.
Fifth race purso $25 three-sixteenths
mile Uoldcn Moon. High
Tide. Holding Hands Foaming
Spring lied Pnrton. Sobcrhead
Sixth rnce purse $30 ono-fourth
mile Articles I.ndy Flying Stone
Cody lluth Flirt Black Jack MU3
Cabin.
fcdcaaTE
It's some smoke
at two-for- 0k
25 cents
LADY
DEVONSHIRE
is the BIG
clear.
by 10 colleges nnd universities The
entry list contains champions of
every caliber from Olympic game
winners to holdings of metropolitan
A. A. 1'. titles. Several Indoor rec-
otds nre expected to go "by the
tionrds."
8-TO-Z ON TOMMY
KNOCKI'Jt-OlT FAYOHKD TO
11KAT Jl.UtUY Om:B.
NHW YOIIK March HI. King
sharps HMlay were wagering 8 to
.' that Tom (Hbbous will defeat
Hurry Orcb In their lS.round
llglil-hcavyiu'lght Iniut In Mftll-
Mm Square (iardcii next Monday
night. Along Hroaihvaj they
nay II:o St. I'ati! hover will go Into
(lie ring a 2-to-l faorl(i'.
In spKo of iinfniorahle condi-
tions Harry Crch the Pittsburgh
whirlwind is confident he Is go-
ing lo win.
"Tom Is made to order for me"
lie Mi).
Both men will put In their
hardest training licks today nnd
tomorrow and Sunday will case
off in (heir preparations.
There Is n mS X
stralsht ISc 0v?rT
' sire nnd one frS-j V'
ut a dime. v "j
Msrd Tivica the prici
ferf won't fiif you a
pCz richer fullev
Uw flavored cigar.
NV. It is really arlch
J . man's amolte at
) a "normalcy
XVvV Merc Cigar Co
S-) St. LouK Mo.
5 That says something!
I Culpa I.ivmi to Portlntid
1 I'ASADKNA Cal Mnrcli in
It ii D
Chi ago Nationals u i i
I Portland l'ucltlu v'casi in
TOl.DDO Ohio. March 10. Mil-
wnukro wns awsrded the 1923
tournament and F-lmer C. Dyer of
Toledo was eleitpd piesldont of the
American Hi wllng congicss to suc-
ceed John T. Smith of lluffiilo at
tile annual mci'tlng here today.
Standings ot the two-man dlv.slon
today were shaken up ronslderably.
It. Ochs and 1. Spreltter of Jollet.
HI. went Into first place with 1.259
displacing Peterson nnd V.uhti of
Chicago who had held the top tor
a week.
A new pair also appeared In sixth
placo when W. DiiKiinll and I. La-
das of Jnllet lilt a t .t.il of l.!uS
Two -hangrs alto mnk ihr tn
'lie fust to singles si.inluifT id y
S wmk of Tciitlo Ooiite.l Cb3 f r
1 ' fli pin e nod If Km l'nko of To
1 loilo toi.1 six. tt lUlh 0:..
Cornell llnoreil to Win Meet.
NKW YOIIK March 10. Cornell
nr Daitmomh Is favored to win the
Indoor track nnd field championship
meet of the Intercolleginto Associa-
tion of Amateur Athkirs of Ameilia
at tho Twemy-second teginirnt
aimoiy here tomoiiow nlglit.
Prltueton I'enn Iv.itn.i Minu.il
al' and I'.nn Si.it. a o h.n. ci-
tend strotin t.ams Mote ti.in five-
hundred at h l 1 1 have e. en entered
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A good every-morning habit
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