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OILERS AND FEDERALS PLAY AT M'NULTY PARK TODAY
TULSA DAILY WORLD, SATURDAY, APRIL 3. 1920
Martin's Club Opens Its Fifth
. Season With Western Leaguers
Larmore Out of Game
So McManui Plays
BOYD IS OILER PITCHER
Righl Handier and Brooki to
Gel Chance Young ami
Horniby for Feds.
nnnn'l' . I f Dllff, SS
McManus, m Welneeke, ef
l m if llt'OSSOH II . Ill
tflraham, lb McCarty, lb
' Nagle, If Hcimy, rf
levciand, "b Mowrey, If
Ticrncv. lb Kenncy. lb
tiebblni, Murphy, c
iji rj Young. i
Ko-l p llornshv
B) LARRY DAIUrt
Homo hoys Occupy 'he Interest of
Tines bMOboJI fandom today and
tomorrow, when the inleis and Fed.
ml meet thin afternoon and the
Olleri and t'osdens tomorrow at M -Nulty
psrk Both (tames ate to slat t
at 3 o'clock
pelc Martin has, a usual, a faM
idependent Clnh playing In l'cd
ral unaltii and they should give a
good arcount of themselves In their
npenlnK game of the NUOI, This hi
1 lie fifth year that the well known
I'edernlH take the field und Martin
doelgrel It will he their host
Here's I'lti'liliiK Talent.
Pep' llnrnsby, yeteran minor
leaguer, or John Young, Kendall col
(e ud independent tsur. will Btart
t.du. s game. LOU I'orsman la also
available for mound duty. Murphy,
given a trial by Abbott In the tit.
!nuia t'ardlnal game, will do the re
The Infield Is made tip of Hrns
BeaU, a hard hitter and good Infield
er, first banc; Kenny, an i x-mlnor
le.tgurr, second base; "Scoops' Mc
1 artj. formerly a star In the Wen
em association, third bane, and puff,
one of the oil league's leading llgh's
i.Mt ..... ison, shortstop
Mlk Mowrey. Kddle Wetnerke
and (ieorge lenny, all familiar to
Tuisa baseball devotees, make up
Hob lirmore will tie mis nft
i "in the Oiler lineup today. The
red topped ahirttop is Hufferliiff
lroin bulla and will iherefore be un
able to play MoMaaiMi brilliant
't':i-iiLro semi-pro. will take ltr
tnore'' plaee in the lineup.
Ahhnti Tnkct No 1iaitcr.
BtM Abbott aent the " Bo:uad
ihrouBh a anappy workout yeater
'lay. The pilot In believer of that
o'd adage "you never OaT) tell." and
for that reason la taking no chances
Of having Martin or Mctleys elub
Hlip over a victory.
Bigrdi eont:aieil riffhl hander.
and Itrooka. aouthpaw. reeruita, will
probably di the flinging toda.v. Botb
have show n well for rookies and Ab
loit is desirous of Feeng them tiled
The balance of the tiller lineup
will be the same as In prevloua
CLUB SHOOT ON TODAY
.ci.nl Is lAwtnl at PI f til
eek' Btwoi Campbell i
.rami Total Leader.
More Interest Is eliown as taotl
we.k passes in tli. Tulsa 'lun club
and a larger number ari' on Land
to take a eraek at the el ly btrdi
s" ali the firm ,,r ..... Hi,
Hon on the ejrd for tomorrow
on the Bradetl farm at : o'clock
I be larR. st crowd of the season is
in 'he four shoots to dale .1. A.
' ampbell hat pulled down I2T nul
Ol 17'. (hOta Ii. W Krai. s.h. .1
iropped 114 out of 47:.. B. I Mai
lory :i;i ..tit of (, .1. w. Migee
' '. out of 425.
MEMPHIS, Tetin.. April l. John
0 Martin prtaldant of the South
etn Rtaorlatlpn, loda announced
the appotntmant of William liren
ft"1. Dan I'fennlnger. Hurry S
Johns.. n. H Williams, J
Behaeffer, Jack Keartn. O. H, Pllr
ni .ii and I.ouis Kotb ua nmplrtM for
'he is..,, season.
With the exception of PflrtnM
nd Roth, all are former .Southern
aaooiatlon umplrcH. I'flrman last
jMMeon was an umpire In the Texas
U ...id Roth, formerly of the
Western 1, ague. wa In military
"nice last year.
Hue your hair mareellwd at the
American Beauty shop 31.1 Boutin
Boilldar I'hone usage I01D. Advt
Presbyterians of Tulsa
"Church Joining Day"
First Preabytorian 'hnroh, Corner of Seventh and
are expecting 150 to
Can we count on you lo he one of Ihe number' Meet the Session
'" I'aator e study, either at In 30 a in or Till P. m. We bad
1 "M 111 Sunday school last Sunday . nam 1,200 Kaalcr Sunday.
Jieclal Hauler music at each MrVjOfc r''day school nl 30 a. m.
Morning eernion at lllll .1. m Bvtnlng serin. in ut T:4"i p, m
Pirates I Ulna II .
PORT WORTH, Tnh, April :
It. H B,
Kurt Worth JT. L. I l I
Pittsburgh 4 ii r
I Will, l ien Applet. n and HMNI
Cooper, Ponder and Clarke.
Millers IT. In, Hans
OKLAHOMA CITY, April I.
n. ii. B. i
Minnaapolki (A. AO ... ..it i; ol
Jklti. t'lty( W, l) 2
BaUOriMI Itnhortsoti, Whltghoueo
and M)it; Malonc. Ramsey ami
Moor, (.'Union (Nun nthcdulc
UlanU II. I!-,I BM ."i
SIIV ILLS!, Tent. , April 2.
n. ii. k. 1
New Yorh NullonalM fl 10 SI
iBoaton Amorlojuifl I 2
Hatteries: liouglaw. Hmllh. BM
ton .'i"i snyciiT, RuomH, Devlao,
llot ami llagrr
I'liillliw X, llaroiis II
BIRM1NOHAM, Ala April :
H. II. B,
Philadelphia NaUonalt :i 1 1 1
Itirmmgham Houthern 0 t) l
Battorlea; Causay, Maadowa, Rtxer
and Trageaoor; Bloman, OoMIm and
white n,,v it, Buffa t,
HOUBTON ,Ti xaa, April 2.
R, II. B.
ChloaBO Amerlonna II LI 0
Houston 6 12 5
Batterloi Cloott and Bohalk,
l.i nn Harlatt, BuOOh and Ilnrklnn.
Motrile I. Phil (2) 0,
MOBfLB, Ala. April I
K. R. B.
PhlUtdolphll (A 2nd team I.. 0 -. 1
Mobile smithern 1 r, i
ltatterles: Pearson. Ilaety and
Matt; Ili4,l. Pulton and I'onds.
Wichita Mh ii. MUte sn (i i.
W It'lllTA KAI.UM, Texas. April 2
U. II B.
fble.igo ( 2nd tejim I 4 T 5
lehita Kallh (T. I i . ..1110 1
llatterlea: l.owvlermllk and l-esa;
Ruth and Kltehen
At Pallas -llal.ir 1'onerMlty 10,
vernlty 4. MIlM (T. t) :i.
At Dallaa Taylor Dnlvoralty 10,
Southern Metbodlat 1.
DYBRBBTTRO, Tenn . April 2.
saints , Memphis II.
Ft. Raul Amer. Ane'n 21
Mi'tni.hls Southern Aaa'n 11
Hatteries: LoycOck, Williams and
Hardrrave; Powlkaa, Canavan and
Sl tj I'llllM I
SAN PRANCIBCl , April 2.
R II. B.
fhicaeo Matlonala 1 2 3
San rranolaoo (Paotfle) ...2 r 4
Hatteries llendrlx. farter and
O'Farrall; Scott and Anflneon.
Wiciiitn in. Rluoa n.
WICHITA. Kan, April 2.
H. II B.
Kansas City Amer. Aas'n. . . tl ft 2
Wichita (w. i) 10 11 0
Hatteries: ilennlng. Ileedle and
Bwteney, Urock; MllMr, Maun and
SAPULPA BEATS TULSA
Visitors Real f jOCaUl In 0Hiiliig
(.ante In pttcher'n BatU
Orlnrab Qama'a sun .
Sapulpa high school defeated
iTulsa esterday In the op.-oing
rrani.' ftir Ihe locala at McNully
it ark. It was a pitchers battle with
Olikffnby and Ohanccilor hurling
ittlileiitlld ball. The score was 3 to n.
t OrlaBnby'g pltohlnB and battlnv,
ICoi.'s a1laround play ami ChanoeT
lor'a hurling wire the Karnes feti
1 1 tires.
H. I! II I'D. A. 1
t 'aiier, rf.
' Morgan -s
; Hasi cf ...
u n 1
0 0 u
nil (1 a
0 112 1
II 0 1 0 1
4 0 0 3 0
1 lu. ii. ellor, p
I o 1
I 0 1
' le.n In art
0 0 .1
0 10 0
Tntali 31 0 a 27 4 I
I. '!,,., a laui Mm I
Two I.e. Mis, LedfOrd 1 llll'.'i' i""
1 hits (iiUgaby; wild pltchca. flrlKgn
by; bases on balls off. Chancellor,
'struck out by Chancellor. left on
baaoo, Rapulpa Ii Tutaa n. hit by
pitched hall, perry by OrlBRabyi
double playn, Chanoollor to Keese
be received into the; church.
Player a.h. 1:. 11. P.O. A
Morris, y- 4 0 I 0 II
. 'onnor, 1 h .... 4 1 0 K 0
Carey, 3h I 0 0 0 11
Smith, if 4 0 0. 11 0
Orbnnby, p 4 11 1 2 3
Cole c 4 0 1 1 a I
I lay wood. If, ... 2 0 0 1 0
Hlllt, 2b 4 0 0 0 I
Klllson, rf 4 1 1 I 11
Paamukea, If. ,, t W 0 I
Total SS 3 4 27 7
KID SPACK STOPS
MALONE IN FIFTH
Local Boxer Shows He
Pacta Wallop Con
cedei Wi iht.
Hoxing touts Tonight
M Philadelphia -JOO Welling
vs. .lor Welch, six rounds l.lghl
Kid spack. Tulsa biuilamwelglit.
hOtVod ho packs a punch when he '
topped Jul, MaKine of siapnlptt in!
1 ne nun rouun at mat rny iTlurw
lay night. Spack conceded 15
pounds In weight to Mal'ne, but ,
punished him so severely that Itef
tree Panh Taaaln 1100000 the go.
Chai lei chiiney. a likely Iwklng
young middleweight of Sapulpa,
1. . ,isk."l I'romoter Muthlas of the
Tulsa Athletic club for an appoi -lunlty
to show before the local club
and will probably be given a chancu
In the next card hire
Hobby Hughes of New Iberia. 1 .1 ,
la to allow before hi folks tomoi -
row when he mettle Kid Porian In a
ll-rOlind gO. Sunday boxing DOUtfl
aro COtnmOD in that aectlon of 1 be
HORTLAND, lre.. Anl J.
I from .M. xicallJ Tom o'Kourkc,
man:ii?er of l-'red PBItOBi aald today
that he had off Org for Kulton to bo
Johnson lln lower ullfortilu, but
that ho would not accept the offer
CHICAGO, April. S. Jack iToyne. j
Ihe battle scarred weU.TWelght 1
from New Jersey, who haa been her., j
for the last few weeks, wanm him '
lo box Qoata Iolg uml (ieorge Os- I
wego Wants to battie lied lluasell or I
Dennll O'Keefe at Haw! Chicago.
K.I. lie Long, who la handling Coyne,
has Signed articles for Coyne lo box
at POO Ha, April x 1 1 is oppoueiu will
i.e Tommy Convlgkoy or Hr'aji 1
CH1CAOO, April 2. - Pal Moore.
the Momiihls bearcat, baa arrived In
Chicago freim the siat. where he has '
oan fighting on the average Of
twice ., week Moore will do a few
days' training at tho Arcade before
proi M4Ung to his home town for a
cillCAiiO. April 2. --Willie Jock-
onn. who fought Hitch.n Mitchell ai
Mllwawkeo, Monday, panned through
Chicago yesterday on hit way to
N'. wark. where, on next Wednesday
he meets Is w Tangier of Philadel
phia in an eight-round bout.
PHILADELPHIA, April 2 .loo
Welling who easily oulpolnted i'ete
Hartley at the National on Saturday
night, has been mulched to moot
Johnny Dundee In ft. twelve-round
open-air bout In Columbus, o., on
April 12. Dundee in eald to have
fully recovered from a surgical op
eration on big nose.
I'HII.AItKI.PIIIA. April 2. Ac
cording to AI Plppo. tho local pro '
motor win. hag fhok of fighter I
louring Europe, the bottom fell nut
of bOSing sw far iim attendance Is con-
Corned When OoorireM I .ri,i.ntlr
s illed for this country. Thin la Just
the reverse of condition here, the
foiling of Carpenller having stlm'n
Htted Interest In the fight game.
Hunter Hill Succeeds
Tarleton at Galveston
OAXtVBSTtW, T. X.IS. April I
Hunter B. I fill tonight succeeded
Hob Tarleton as managet of tho
QalVOgtOn, Texas le.-.gue, hasebni:
tub. inn is a veteran of th. T. xasi
league, having nt one lime been
manager of the Houaton and Datlao,
Texas league teama Neither Tarle
ton nor the directors of the QglyaO"
ton gtub would make any etatement
early tonight reg.ttdlrg ihe reuon
for the change. mil arrived In
tlIT - St LL?T
REUEVES 1 TO 3 DAVS
Bfkeji-F,n . a. t .,, rtv
m or . , oa .. - r. , . i,
AIM. I ill Mil 4.1 M.I. 4 . . tsasaioa
What a Pleasure
To Buy at
The finest pianos in the world to srlect from arid in
surh a variety of tone and style as to allow the very
widest choice and the knowledge that every piano
and player piano is sold under the one-price, no com
mission plan what a feeling of security that gives.
For over 40 years wit have so conducted our
business in Kansas City that people know
they can rely on what we say.
The Jenkins' Guarantee Mean Something.
U7 SOITH MAIN
.A. J. CHlPi:, Mgr.
MeiiiMay ami .tiher pianos
Iran drove of Kendall
Sooner llaptist Coach
Ivan II. QrOVO Of Kendall college,
one of the most brilliant till-around
alhletea ever developed In Oklahoma
oolleglatc circles, will coach ihe ath
letes of the Okahomi Baptlal uni
eoeglty, aoooodlng to mi announoe-
mont yesterday by Preelden .1 A
Tolman if the BhaD hOOl
Hrove will lie graduated from
Kendall college this spring and w.ll
aeeiime the dlrootorghlp of the
Hisnns next fall.
Ivan was Kendall quarterback m
IS Hi, It'll, and I it I ft. In llll ii.- WB
the highest IndlVdUal point aOorer
In American football and was c.ai-
tain of the atatg chimpioaahip
eleven. He returned to Kendall last
fall, following two years' service In
the army, and was again "ne of the
HOUthwest's greatest ba- ks lie . .s
unanimous choice for all-state QUar
ttrbock In 111 16 and last fall.
Orove also played three aaaaong
on the hagketDail aquad, lie cap
tained this seaton's HiiLte champlon
uhlp team, and wan easily the bejfl
guard In the elate.
drove le a four-letter man, hold
ing La neb. ill and truck numerals in
addition to football and bask.tbull.
lie is one or the leading itudentg
of Kendall college and ha repre
sented the orange and black on
numerous detailing team..
Hardy and Voshell Win
Way Into Final Round
NKW YORK April 2 elnmuel
Hardy, former Callfornlan and B,
Howard Voahell, N'.-w York. wi
their places in the final round of
the national Indoor lentils cha.ni
plonshlp dOUbleg here today. The
pair defeated W. v Prant and G C
Bhafer, f irmer national llll.- hold
era In straight sets The store was
Have your hair mnrcelled at the
American Hea.uty Hhoi. .'11:1 booth
Boulder. Phone usage into Advt
A Prprtliv of
4TOMPOUND COPAIRA and CUDERS
AT YOUR DRUCC1IST
Art, ar rb.Mtfii4i,Y "si -..,. i,t,.t...s
f.ennine Pianolas ami liuo-Arts.
ictor Dealt rv,
SOONERS TO PLAY
0 k 1 a h o m a University
Baseball Schedule Is
Nt Ml MAN' Ok la.. April An-n-Minii.Mirnt
hy lli-n i Urn OOftOhi
lodtty t )mf ui TrttiK.-nu ntR hiil I" M
t'lnRttii with t h t 'niMTHlly (if i
t'f.iNku for tvvn bMWbftll HWW In lM
playtd htn April i iM II rum
pltM tin- tTnlYtfuHj of OkUohomeg'i
DMPbllll mi lifdtilo for l his RpnnK
WnrlttnK on t of t hf nchi'iiiiU' wiii
1 Into ili;. to OkleUlOlfltl'l reoi'tii ntt)
Into ihi NtaaWvri .iii oonforonof
! Ti-n of tho IH KtkiuoM art) In tho
'Two ptitnit-M nti iiurI Ihr ehlloCOO
lii'llanN Ioim horn ptayod, the In
ft in nn wtiiiiitikr t he flint uml I ho
S. not r the hoooml The r ni of i ho
April -1 0. K llMH Sl.iti- Akti
eutturtil ooiit'Ko, horo.
April 1117, ktiihoinu A. MUI
If, MlltrtffV, h'rf
April 1 1 I f , I'nlvorMit of NV
Max -4l KariMJiH State ARrhul
Inriil ooll-gt" nt Manhaltnn
M.t ' 1 " mi vi i Hit v of Kan.-.r,
at luwn noo
Ml) . I'nlvomlt) of Missouri,
Mnv 1110, t'klahonin A Mini
M OOtlVjr, at iNiiiMiini
m.i It tli Chlloooo IndtaM at
Mhwouri Vnlley rulf limit 1he
MUWol to X fftmti) anil for hid
liniM arnlnst pii.fosMlonal toartm
Heretofore) ih nntvoritty hfti platyod
from two to four pitMtlOO tami
with lOolSUO teaniM hefnrv the Ka-
helleher Is Chosen
Manager of Saints
ST l.ot'tS, April 2 .lohn KHle
her, shortstop for Ihe St. Joseph
mm of the Western league, will
nanage the team this yeor, 1-Mw.nd
llinlot. owner, announced today.
Keflehor p . u in iir with ihei
St Louis AmerPan league team.
lleoulla i BtfdJg
h'liet race, four fullonga M.irv
Brb, tWhlttlngion) rust. Joole .bo
man, (Paerlngtonl sec. .nil, t'uiiimiu.
K!oilettl) third, Time, II I i. PAd
ing Star, miss Adrianne, BaoaJawoa.
Begurelto, Keh oma, Latti Granite
also ra ik
Second rat e, sli furlong t n1eo
tBoeller) tlroti sun Oold (Hodrl
uuesi leoond; tSttahe, (Whlttlngion)
Ihlrd Time i 1 1. shandon, Huron,
Parrlgh, Rrookland, beok Mate, Oor
son. Taroaeon, Paul tonnoMy, 'a-
lerte West, Alex . let also ran
Third' race, six and one half fur
longa Main. ovro. (Hodriojuet) first;
Uagnarok, (Morria) eeeondi Bas
Pipe, iHuettle) ittlrd Tune, i i
l Bylvano, .tuck k , ChallonifOi
BonegteUe also ran
Pourth race, five and one half
fiiiiongit Retalnda, (Hunt) first;
Br lane, IHodriquea) second; its
gara. (Pol third Tune I I r
I'lMng PrOg. Kllgai Mint. Old lied
Itilglu tit. Id. 'una Belle, liacka
moit'. Martha l.uckell also ran
i.'ifih i.ice. Keren furlongo. Wood
rlolel (Joelleri fust Tailor Maid,
1" '.'II. Ill I second. C .ball I .ass
i Rod4 Iquea) third, Time, i ;ai
Antoinette. QUOOn lUtind. Alllvall
Stth rat'e. mile rihI seventy
yards Sentimental IRIohoroek)
first, fttigart, iSwnrl7 second. Tom
Itiooks. i I'. .nee) IHilr.l Time I f.ii
4 ait Hodgj, Handful Hen
Paid Political A (I vert is in;
The health department of Tulsa is to be sincere
ly congratulated on the statement made by the
state health inspector's department to the effect
that Tulsa is the cleanest city in Oklahoma; that
it leads in its sanitary system and in its absence
of disease breeding spots within the city limits.
A complete health survey has been made by the
state health authorities preceding the above an
nouncement and the health department of the
city naturally feels very much elated over the
splendid indorsement given their efforts to keep
the city clean.
From the March "Tulsa Spirit" official
organ of Chamber of Commerce.
Mayor Hubbard's administration lias done more
than any previous administration to clean up
the "tenement district" of vital importance to
housewives who depend upon serv ants from this
quarter of the city .
llantnoon, Juanilg wwi po. BKio
Thistle nlatt nan,
Berenth raoe, mile mi smvnty
i.r.ls Mallow tn. .t. (Judge) first.
Klngllng II. iMoitVi leoondj
Prune. (WhiiMngton) third Time,
i II 4-' CTumpoatt, ArMtralor,
cihck Bark ley, balroae, Bempor
Stalwart. Boh linker also ran
i titri.s. 1Mb,
PI rot rate, four rurlonrs liabv
Grand, III; Piuirt.us, 114. Madeline
l.llllan. Ill: Morning Puce. 101.
'I'll I r. in Pan Handler, lit. Mo
gens. IIS; Uncr K . Ill;
Opener, ill: Repeat, i o
Second race, five and- nn.
fnt longs Knrleo CarUOO, 116.
Mull, ll. American It. .v. Ill; I
lellger 11.1; Klrnh. I0X. Tllltle
I'lumcoi. 111. Itlddle, 101; Calvert.
116 '111. Archer. IIS; Weary. I OH.
'Ilib .1 nt. e. six and tint, half fui
l.iur Pibroch. 114. Pranklln. 117,
Roneetolle. 106; Broom Poddler,
111, Poacher. Ill; Pokey June. 13.
.Isok K . 106.
Pourth race five and one half
furgonpi -You IfOOdi 111. Arinh to
On, 106; Vetnran. 1 04 ; Midnight
sun. ii4; iiiii M.ciov, 106. Unole
Isteele. ins. Arrtiw HeaA 104
I'lfth lace, mile and !() yard- -
Taplaluo, 111 Ooln be CauiOi 16,
Doraaa, mi; m ,.i .... Polly, IM;
Hong Kong. 111, Pteer, 104. Prank
Sixth race, tolls and sixteenth -Waier
Proof, 107; OapltOJ city. 106:
Napthullus. ParrlMh, lo:,, I'll
sen. (.14, Meddling Miss, Bfc. Ana
trul. I n2. King Neptune. 104.
Seventh lace, mile and 20 yards --
Bun Gold im. iioher Rreena,
av fore yu go. m gmgj m Cornttbrtobigt-
BOXING FANS TO
SEE HEAVY TILT
Locr Fans to Attend
Ssm Isingford of c.hleairo, eraek
regro heavyweight. who merits
.link Thompson of Tubta In a 1 !
round main go at Muskogee next
v. . , ,v Alght! arrived In Muskogee
yesterday nml arorked out before
boxing enthusiasts of tha ell).
Iwingford and Thompson will con
. hide tminlng there today and
in.. i row.
Tl ipson and lAngford BIOl
twice here last winter, both bouts
i . suited in draw MllOjl Interest
over the Muskogee card Im.i been
evidenced b) the 1'ulsa boxing; en
thnsiaets gng many will go to M
keg. .' lo See the fight.
Tickets are on sale at Pete Mae
tin's sport emporium, on Third
s ' 1 eel
96; Til for Tat. 106: Marmlto, 10J
Hoi art, lit; Hophta "iatewiod, 103
p.- Bluet II Beg Oall, ill; Tiger
Weather cloudy, track heavt