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I'ULSA DAILY WORLD, MONDAY, MARCH 3, 1919.
Johnny Ertk, Once One of Greatest Bantamweights to Attempt a Comeback
IN HIS CAREER
MUTT AND JEFF MUTTS OUT OF LUCK HE'S A LIGHT SLEEPER.
By Bud Fisher
JOIE RAY SETS NEW
RECORD IN MILE RUN
(Una Hnml aiul I-rn-Uon Oft lnd.,
Mark Bib Slinim Im- tl,
At the Top a Year Ago, Bright
Lights Caused His
MISKE TO BATTLE COWLER
Meet in Joplin March 14
Leonard May Fight
Ritchie in Reno.
Hy UIIHT lAII.I.V
The announcement few ibivs situ
that Johnny "Kewple" Krtlc, t on
tim leading claimant In the wot Id a
bantamweight title. In tn st.me n
rnmctikch attempt waa m with
Interest by follower of boxing
Krtie's career him been one nf the
Hindi eciisntlnihYl In I lir initials of
the rln( and offer n Irmnti for am
bition athletes. A ear nun the lu
ll bantam ww Hi I tin lop; was .le
dared to" be one of tlm, giealeel
pi of fighting machinery III the
Ill rlw to (he lop was sensntlonril
ml consistent. Ami his full wit
even mnr spectacular. After n year
ha no longer occupies a place nt the
topmost rung of pugilism Unit of
crown contender-- lint I rnnald
"'1 haaheen and In only 33 year
Krtle'a flmt eerinua arthaek came
last April when ho beaten hv
I'al Moore In 15 rounds A month
latnr Kewple suffered Ills flrt
kayo, that at the hand of Did.
Uailtniii In Intro frame. Frnnkv
Hums stopped tilin In seven roumtii,
November . which waa l-:rt Io'h last
ring appearance of the year.
Too much success and the white
lights war responsible for Krtie's
fall. However, following l'l ilrf"t
hy Rum hi faded front sight, want
to the went and lin spent III lima
In tralntn. Flle aava he la through
rhaitlng tho glided butterfly of
plesmire and Ihnl ha la going to come
hark and aftar provlnir lila ahlllly
once again take the bantam crown
front Trie Herman,
Dirk Orlffln. wjio heal Mutt Mr
Rea In a 15-round limit at Fori
Worth Monday nlhl la to meet Nate
,T ark Hon al Camp Mnwle tomorrow
nlfht. Ortffln la arhrduled lo bo
fate Harrtian. Mar. h II, at Fort
nilly Mlake and Torn Cowlar re
malihed to atep 13 frame at Jop
lin, March 14. They wer lo have
met In that cllweveral weeka ago
but an Injury to Mlake'a hand oauie.l
poalpontmeut of the bout.
Eddla MoOoortv, llfht heyy
wetcht, U to meat Arthur Towrtley at
London, March 13, Aiifle llalnar,
American, winner of the tnlddle
welrht ehamplonahlp In the Inter
allied boitna; tournament lield In
london early In tho year, la to hot
Boy" MoCormlcu In tha Brltlih
metropolla, March II.
Penny Ionard, world'a welter'
tlvtitwetrht kln and Willie Illtrhle.
former champion and who won
newepeper declrlon over leonard In
a recent four-round o, may be
matched lo moat at Reno, Ney , July
I. Hualnewi men of lhat city are
backlnt tha proposition.
Jimmy llanlon of Denver won
drckilon over Jimmy Heaaan In a
10-round acrap at Camp Tike, Kt
urday nlfht. The men are llht
walihta. Jack White of New Orleune, who
ha won considerable fame a a
Mthtwelahl bner In the army, waa
aantened lo five year at Tort Leav
enworth for elrlklng an army enp
taln. aeoordlna lo an announcement
of a courtmarllal held at Macon,
Rerinu Kauff Hob Big
Boost for Prince Hal
Henny Kauff end Hal Chaae. two
peppery anna of the diamond, will be
teammates on the tllant roalsr thl
cear. That llenny avil llal will lilt
Vr off rrral fr its Tiennv la con
cerned la Indicated In llenny' com
ment on the matter.
"Bo llal Chaee Is comln lo lh
UlanU. hev?'1 aald Ilennr recently.
"That'a fine, lie's quit" a bull
player. I ll "ay, and If you don't
ihlnk he'll play (he bt (tme of hie
Ufa for McOraw, then you don't
know Modraw. You'll notice that
many a fellow who hnd not In hd
somewhere els came here end mnds
oort for Mac. and Clmee will be no
eiceptlon to the rule, lie can make
play around flrnt b.me ttmt no olher
flrat boaeman ever tboiiKht n'. Ask
him aome time iihout the one be
rrabbed off me hnrk In (lie Federal
leaaie days We were pUvlnir a
ame In puffulo Ohe duv. anil -1 went
to bat In one Innlna with i nmn on
erond ba and one out. I win up
there to lav hunt bw down the
flrat bant line, end Clmee knew It a
well B I did, and n I Htepped Into
the ball be atiirted In 1 1 k no epre
trnln. Intendlnir, f nnrne In cut
(he runner down nt tlunl. 1 inmaed
him imd liHUReil Die bull 1 i k I if ut
blm The drh li.ir.l eiimiKh (
kntx k bun over. In f.irt 11 ill.l, but
be olune; 011 to the lull, .nine m
with It, tHiC".l tne on "lie line 1u.1l
pe(ff. It acroae In nine t Rel he.
man at (bird "
St. Louis Golfer Winn
Final From Townsman
HOT fcl'lUM'.S. A. . Mar. h I -I.
T ClahrtiiRh "f s' l-i.u h N..r
niandle (lolf club, .lifenie.l S V
Htuih of the Sunnet clnh. nl,. of Si j
loull. In (he flnnl rmiiid of (he
deorae Wiuthlnirtnn blrthd.iv tourney
on the l.iCJtl linkn tniluv. The giime j
ended at the nth hole when CU
bauah bH(l elx iii. I
" A Itallcry of oxer H0A epertslorii I
followed (be play. j
Hnjth Miller In ToUilW. j
llunh Miller, one of the well-1
known ball players w eun.le.l In the I
war, plans lo run f"r aldcrmiin m
but t" n. Kvldent y IIUKh h isn't
had enoiiKli excitement,
Why Not n llnilr-r Club?
With the irrnerni revival Iti eporl
by not oru.inlr... bndxer f lit li' inr
flub to brni toucher !I victims of
that geiey- n(n.'
W " - b , ',,M " '"'C'"'' W0 H(M It.. YOO-V A lei' I" .0T AAVM
t.t.pi.u Mr..,,. . m.o .( no t I - V Mmt, mf .Jr:
ivu. Mutt ret , y lKA-, .ii...iiim'. frO iouMt TMW THt ,
fiji IMMAMd - , - 'tST 0MM' fcANfc V ' ' O
tvii. V. . TJlS flit -rbfolTMCKt 7 ,, 1 jr: , y
I V -J- a-. ;
Joe Lynch, U. S. Bantamweight
Will Fight Two British Champs
The exlcnt to which our i-ioevr n
Jntliina with the l .ur nn iiu cuunli n-n
a bmadnnttiK the mjiii t f 1. I.I H
eliown by the fuel lhat luK-rini noun I
IioiImk tuaii lira ni alrcndy atlnn t
Tho aetvlr tout immriit between
American nnd Knallxh mihlicix ami
aallura ff the kliiK'e t ru li v id Hut
cIoho of Ihe war alurtnl lhco bniite.
The I'ul Moiiie-Jliumy W'lhle
J.M l,n-li. above.,
bout uUmcted world-wide attention.
Wilde Is the Idol of F.iiKltxh rlriK
funs, lies their flyweight champ
Moore earned a piimilnr decision
and a return malch In Knghiml or
this country Is 0110 of the poHslblll
llee of the early summer
Another limit which credited a
lot of li4ciiNinn w the one be
tween Tmnmv Noble of l iiirUin.l nnd
Joe I.yiuh, New York b.i. .
Noble Ik I he hunttt'ii chimin of
Fnaliititl He wearx the Iaii.I I.oim-
itale belt imblcmnlic nf the title In
Hint dlvWInn I A lu ll Im.l been
Khnde.l i Wilde in a p'a Ions con
tent In A'heil Hull. I..1U1I1111, but
made n faornhle inpri-elon. Ills
victory (Hir N..I1.. won I1I111 a fol
lowing on the l.v
Notiie is u s.irt of Mui'.tttnir tmst
for boys who wnuhl nte.-l Wilde, sn
I.vnch i icturv over Tcninix tint
him In line for a tea! t...tt e Willi
liile. '1'tie hunt h m li-i'ti l-e! for
Match :U. An. I ihc , .!.!.- 1 rich
s-etlo mmle sui h a )'t Unit lliexe
wo bo h will meet aj:a 11 eooit 111 a
2i round hunt
These hlt'e fellow-. :i . fithlilic
IllOHlls for- the Hlull I m'1.1 f.lni f.f
Hie mi ll i 'I he ..ir-it bung nf
fur their h.iiMe are "ui all Nol.ie an. I
l.vncli will flae :hci? Ji loirrcl m'.'l
fur IJ III'O
'I'ulU of.lleorn'. 1 'a rjo-n! t- r c.un
Ohio Cliihn Seek Xew
K movement. " m in. it 1 k In i'l'c
land. 1 ill 10, la i.n fool in pciiioin tin
National . A f lor a .litiut to be
com ptineil ctitllclc if 1 ihto ilut.
Thlx would moon that all oluba 111 th..
Itilf'keye e' ite htil.tliii; mem I .et sh l
In the AllcKhenv Mo'int mi ie. . 1.1
tlon would withdraw from that body
and In the event i f n.n ( hlo ilisM I
being formed would he eliminated
from oninpetitic; m 11111 -V, M A
lllcLev Till m to Howl
Itran.h l:icl,.-v has onioici h
"St. I ..litis Car-I'tia" . i-ar fac
In the A II. ' ' h anieni rev:
niont h. It'll be : he f r' cmte- I
whuii launch '1 u gu h.ji nu n to
sink. mi U
, fa t
1 A V
anil Tommy Noble.
lug to this country fur a heavy
weight bout with .lack Iiempsey or
Jeas Wlllanl seems tn luivo died
down. Accor.llnit to reports from
ilcriiKM tlie pond Ciirpentler hns ealil
that he would not attempt a long
fight or nil impo.iatnt short hunt
with. mi months of lining. II" hnt
n t done nnv rei'. boxing since tlie
war I. en. 111 He has mcii inuiilhs of
fatlgilllu; HetV'Ice a' the front. He
I111.1 been wounded and knifed. It U
reaeonahle to supiuiNe thai lie wnui.l
waul time lo reMt miit Ihvfi tune
himself up tigaln befoie i..l.lig ii.
Cnrpenlier would be well re
ceived til tills oluintM'. but the bl.'U
of rnthuma-on over .t.--m hii.I ietui
ev his ilul'e.l the llilerest III ll blH"
featuliilK I'.il lient.ci jnj one of
In Itie nieantliue ilo'
111c .1 ... 11 u lllcli In--1 t
f 1 ieniti fee' j nt: h. t w e
ilig f I atei 11 . 1 .I'M of the
S ' tie epoi I
JV I e.
210 Rlrbtld nidi
Third nd Bmlon
UK In lUir.n,
11 1 ea trnt
riar nii Urlu
t.lTdt Ilisor -let
Formerly Prnctifting rhyat
cinn of Hot Springs, Ark.
;'10 Iti.'lisitl ai.U . Third tr nd
M ton At. . Talis. Okl.
CRUEL WORLD THINKS
WORLD SERIES STAR
(..iiriic W I1I11111111 Wan lni.rlaiil
I n. lor in InnlnaT C'ain4iin.
t.hl Draws Ilia Hclea.V
Cciiikc Whilrmun, twill pljiyer. is
nlkiiiK irouiid three iIiivm fiiur.i
tltelv ecrili IiIiik hla head.
And ile.uKe ban h rlkht lo rub h.s
flnK.'is o'er bis dome,
I iist full Wbltemaii proved one of
Hie In ir slum of the world aeilea fur
Ihrt ltil H.. A few duys KU the
llneiiin club iisked-for waivers on him
mill evprv club In the league pneneil
Trll hy ( bailee,
frenrue waa given a try.mt by the
V.ihkaeM back In 1(13 while Krank
t'hani e wiis guiding the club. Chance
shipped him buck to the minora
The neil baseball tiennl of him lie
an running lip Umber bills in the
liiternutlonul league as a fence bus-'
trr for the Toronto club. lt eea
son Manager flarrow needed some
one In the outfield (o replace Iiuffy
Ijewls Iioffy, you remember, Joined
the navy. He obtained VVhltemen.
Whlteman filled the till, although
be sat on the bench often beeauee
limb's hitting reused Marrow to put
Untie in the outfield when he wasn't
ilut Whlteman flniehed the aea
wlth a batting average of .2IT.
He collected 74 bile. Including 14
doubles and a homer. He fanned
only nine (linen nnd drew SO pauses.
1 Nl IUhI How llattrrs.
fTlien along came the- big aerie.
Whlteman wiut a prime mover In all
the lied ftnx mllleei In lhat aerlea.
He slamme.l nut five hlte In the el
giimee. Chnrlev Hrk of the Cube
was the only piay to hang up more
Whltatiiau'a work In fielding Itsr
herja fly In the aith gnmA waa the
molt soectacular play;Of the eerie.
He rolled over and over after enp
turlng the sphere '
Three haws were swiped hy the
80 in the aerlea nn.l lleorge got on
And now nobody In the American
lengun at least cares enough about
fhu fellow to psy the waiver price
Truly, we don't blume Ceorge for
pondering over the mutter.
To Honor ltrave M'arrlnri.
A br"tir.e tublot hiuiring the namee
of tho. II pluyere of the Hoeton Nn
tl.mnl lilitgue baenbiill club who
served In the army or navy during
(he war a III be erected at Hrevea
Wild Over It!
Husbands, Wives and Sweethearts who
packed Rial to yesterday pronounced it
fully as good or better than
"Don't Change Your Husband!"
' TMCMAt M. met attMTt
Young married women, see how F.nlrt Hennett managed her hua
h itut It . aused a' ilrlicluiiM nili-up, but everybody'! happy at the
A so Mac'.. S. nnett's lalenl two-reel
With t barl.-H .Murray, Marie I'rovost. Fbyllls Haver anJ th rest
of lb' Bennett fun -makers. It's a scream.
Rialto's 7-Piccc Orchestra
How Do They Say
Kill the Umpire?
Christy MMhewson "era (hnt
the French do not like baaebull;
but. It appears, our energetic
overseas worker are preparing lo
ruiikn them like II. An American.
I'rof 1'. II. Carpenter, director of
nf sport for the Foyer da ttol
d.its. the American y. M, C. A.
for French aoldler. has trans
lated the rules of httaeball aad all
the ordinary term employed In
the Amerlcnn game, to simplify
th study of our national pastime
br the eon of France. Follow
ing are aome of the F.ngllah tarma
tail their equivalents In French:
Play hall "I n Jen."
1'tlcher "Ie lencour "
Tha rubber "I'la.jue da Un
I'late "1a plaque du bnL"
Htrlke "Cne frappe."
Haae runner "Couratir de
Ooacher-j-.I,'alde de camp."
Outfield "Kxtra champa,"
Two-bagger "I'n coup a detrx
Home run "Point but."
field, it has been announced by th
club. The name of llank dowdy will
lead the Hat.
STUFFED UP WITH
"A BAD COLD?"
Get busy with bottle of
Dr. King' New DiacoTery '
Cough, colda and bronchial at
tacks they are all likely to result In
dangerous aftermaths unlesa checked
And how effectively and quickly
Dr. King's New Discovery help to do
the checking work! Inflamed. Irri
tated membranes are soothed, the
mucous phlegm loosened freely, and
quiet, restful sleep follow.
All drugglnts have It. Hold since
mo. 60c. and S 1. 20.
TOO OLD "
GERMAN FLEET DISPOSAL
NOT YET BEFORE COUNCIL
TAIllS, March 2 -Stephen Fiction
tninleter of foreign affair, in his
weekly talk with tin newspaper men
at the viuai a uraay today. de'lared
that the question of the disposition
of tha (Jerman fleet had not yt been
brought before the peace conference.
Question as to the proposed Inter
natlonalixatlon of the Kiel canal, or
other measure designed to remove
thesirateglo value of the waterway
to Germany also had not been dla
cusaod. he said
M. J'lehon said he considered the
Kiel canal a problem of the highest
PICTURE A DANDY
"Happy Tho Married" Run
ning at the Rialto to Crowd
ed Houses and It's Good.
It is surely another knockout
)uat as good or belter than ' Don't
Change Your Husband," and you
know bow good it waa. Well, see
Knld Ilennett's new picture now run
nirg at the ittalto, "Happy Tho
Married!" It's th talk of the town
and everybody who saw It yesterday
went away voting it rare entertain
ment. Wives. If you want to krrow how
to handle your husband, see how
F.nld Hennett handled her. 'Gtrla,
before you marry learn how to keep
"hubby" at your feet, after you get
htm. Knld cauaed a big mlxvip,
'tie true, but everybody's happy a'
Knld Hennett Is aa appealing aa
ever In Jhis maalerplece, and the
supporting cast Is fine. It won't do
to tell the iUry ae the picture and
you'll thank yourself for golmt.
One or Mack PennAlt'a beet two
reel comedies. "Never Too Old."
wllh Charle Murray, Marie Provost
and all the famous Renaett troupe,
la also on the yngram. Adv.
All This Week
The (ilrl Wllh the F.yew
Sprrlal Sornery Hiiantlful
A SHOW WITH PEP
Don't Miss This Auction Sale
Today I will offeV the following magnificent paintings
For Sale at S. Solomon's Art Gallery
Destiny Portraying thev Destiny of the Indian Race.
The Forest Fire.
Buffalo Herd in Snow Storm.
1 We call your attention to this l'lciure. Value
I Thps portraits are all by well known artintn and the pale will five you Mr. and M-
Art fancier a wonderful chance to obtain same very f jne subjects for your Office, I'm-
ing Room or Den. This collection will be Hold regardless of the price they bring; k0
have a number of beautiful
(mportsnc toward which none
the great powers could 'remain
Idscuaslon of Marshal Koch's
port by the five great powers In
conference will begin tomorrow.
un - 1
Flciion said. He added thai the eco
nomic council had nor submitted
Its report on the blockude question,
but (hut thl would be studied short
ly In connection with tho general
military condition which are to be
imposed on Germany.
Today and Tuesday
In tbe greatest play
he hat produced
Screen Time: Ili30,
12:30, 2, 3:30, 5,
6:30, 8 and 9:30.
PltOCLAIMKD GHKATKHT YIOMNIST OF Alft. TIMK .
"OreB Tlrtfeta In century." Literary Illgeeg.
"FJman plna KreLnler etnali llrlfets." New
Tuesday Evening, JVIarch I
tto to 111.50 War Tax I0"a
SKATS ON SALE AT JLNKINS Ml'KIC STOltl!.
Marshall Foch. ' r
Nap61eon Leading His Troops.
(This picture worth $1,600.00. 1
General Robert E. Lee.
General Sam Houston.
Theodore Roosevelt, by Van Dyke
Landscapes, Flower Paintings and Pictures for
the Home. All Pictures in Handsome Frames.
vl cordially invite your inspection'before the pale.
S. Solomon's Art Gallery
514 South Boston
MHt:HANT(.-8 IIAM., i,,sr,,v
March 2. ItunnliiB in m,,., ,u.' '
form, Jolo W. Hay of tl, I,,,,,,..,
Athletic rlub laat lajfclit reprut.ii
vlotory of laat year In th,, nunf
mil featura ovnt of tlm anir! i Hui.
ton Athletic ttflaoclallon t.iiine n
tlpm of 4 mtniitea, 21-1 f wr,,,, R
a new racord for the rveni. i:(,i,c
ln tha murk of 4 mlniitPN .1 j.;
eioncta made by oacur Hoii,n,, n'f
the lloaton A- A. The old it.-hhi iuj
tood aven yaaro. lipfnit (,f .,u'
tannt flobert KlnipNon, llih Infani
try, ! H. A., holder of the world I
record In tho 120 and 220-yarilt hir.
Ilea event by hirl J. Thnnnmn h.,r
mouth Mtudr.nl, marked t fu- t
hlirh hurdle. Hi time. v. 11
loren Mnrrhiaon, the Kt I.mih
A. ynnnwatrr, won the 40 ,n, itHV
lis oiitatrlpped hla oppnm riiH i.im!
by a Hithtnlna; atari, wiimlna irni;
The I 00-yrd run linmln-.i n w,
won by Tom Campbell, run,.,!,
of Chli:u(0, in 2 minutes 1 ;, ,r.
i ilAKMFA'll AIM.IV Iii
"LOVE AND LUNCH"
ItlMon Western I'raliire
From tho poem by Ulu heeler
Admlaalftn .V nn.l 10c Plus
War Ta t
Tulsa's Only Vaudeville
Hoi Office Flu. no ')!;
(oral Show Now I'laylng
"THK coi.lk;k oi'ixTirrn;"
Four Otftrr timid (Hiiw bud
(With Their Jass Hand)
MATINKK T01AY, I.V
Mf.HTS. 15c. 3IW- ami 3.V
Ililnrrw at :I5. 7:U0 and 9
Vnudevlllo at I. 7:10 and 9:20
:OMlXJ NKXT MONDAY
fbr six clay f he aimtueular
. thriller of the) ago
"AN AMFJtlCAN ACF"
II Hla; Thrilling Nornen so Pen.
iikv Two t'arliwil of Stage,
Scenery Tho greavtewt show In
tlm vaudeville world, Tulsa the
only engagement In Oklahoma.
SriCC'IAl. SKAT SAI.K. 8TAIITS