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WITCHES HIT FINN AND ADAMS HARD AND WIN 15 TO 2
TULSA DAILY WORLD, TUESDAY, JUNE 8. 1020.
Abbotts Drop Third of Series
in Slugging Match at Wichita
Local Hurlcra Aro Hit
to All Corners- Op
posed by Bowman.
FINN GIVEN RELEASE
i,ot Go Unconditionally Bill
BlAfl Got! to Wichita in
Trade for Norman.
nv f aimiv IiAti.s-v I
WICHITA Kan . Juno 7 Krank 1
llbtll'l Wichita Witches came nut of
th'lr slump toduy and after lnilng j
tight straight games, won from the
Tulsa ollcra, 15 to 2 Thr Ixilos
hatted Ihe ofefrlngl of I'at "-'inn and 1
CTl Adams fr lit safe hits, includ- I
h (r ill extra bam' drives. Fred Berk,
. Bagl ami jsveren i ai yan nit rnr
I nnic rum, over the rlKbt. (titer and
left field walla respectively
l iiinvtimti pitched effeeiively
for Wichita, holding the Abbot's to
lx hi' and after e'lnn's rerlreinenl
, h me in tli- hi rnnil tniilnu:
.. CaJ l.jinti , . , , . -1, . il f ,, r t h ree '
ind f"iir lilt", and under the
ntinual bombardment of Ad.imB.
ih' rtilllt of the game waa never In
Today! game waa played In con-tr-ist
to yesterday's Interesting af
fair l ive error" were made, three
hV Til M and two by Wichita.
V: hit I ecorad In all their eight
tnnlrg- it bat with the exceptions
pf ihi fifth and the eighth. The
thll 1 and fourth were their beat In
nings Two hlta, an error, a sacrl
,nd i bOM Ob balls netted thOltl
una in the third and six hlta
... , tc. splay gave them five runa
In ihe fourth.
Xht Ollera first run came In the
f , when MiManua singled to
lefawith one out and scored on Tlen
14 . (he same territory
I I,, ,r second score was made In the
s, v nth When Cleveland and Da via
. r loused with one out and Barney
acl , ,i on flnn'1 single, with two out.
otes of the Game
WICHITA. Kansas. June T. Carl
I or Howard Gregory will prob
gbly pitch for Wichita tomorrow lii
the' fourth and last game of the se
ilfs, with LOU Cowan a the likely
Charley Blllman. little rlghthand
piu-her of the Oilers was today trad
ed to Wichita for And) Norman, big
rtjht hander. This is Norman s
third year with the Witches Both
players wore their ti' w livery today.
Norman should be especially good
a relief pitcher for the Oilers arid
Blllman should also prova of aid to
Pat Finn was given hie releaae
tonight by Manager Abobtt.
KRIEGER'S FATE IS
IN JURY'S HANDS
OONTIMVID FROM ranr: ONE.
charge of ihe prosecution, A. Flint
Mrn and U U Owen, siieclal com
se!. for the stale, and Fred H. Moore
and Harold O. Mulks, for the de
'enre Arguments for the proaeoutton
Dptaed by Owen elaborated on the
o with which aviator is ao
nam (-"tiina on, the beliefs of the
rfMant In violence, as shown by
the I W. W literature seized In raids
tnadf 1 ntu.s district by federal of-
i ml basing tne occasion nai
the attempt on the Uvea of Few and
his fan.:' upon the practice by
Krleaer of the tenets of the organ
Itli . of wtlleh he was a member.
Mom went further and attempted
t" fbow that the defendant. bent
upor, serving his organisation 10 the
Until "f hla ability, did plan ami J
hivi executed the crime to which j
'' Vowella, one of the conspir-
. pressed. Krleger hires!
thai en knowing that If not mem-1
Deri of the 1. w. w. they would for
perpetraja any infamous
i rlmlnal action.
In M losing argument. Nlco-
lemui began with the duty of the
lata to prosecute crime where
1 rar f. und, and derided the conten
'ion or the defense that the office
of which be was the representative
trial had any other Idea than
proaai ite the man or men whom
. stiy believed ooosplrad to
dyglmlte the Few horns. He stated
' o,lf.n,.. nrodured bv the state
led to but the one conclusion, that
Vowalla, a outh with no long crlm
record behind him. as had Hall
and Menson. alleged conspirators
jelul Kneger. eonlessed to his part
.rime after he believed suf
' lent eidence had been produced
'gslnst him to convict, and that In
' rtg a confession he told the
Mulks, who opened the arguments
"f the defense, accused the pros--'
.of framing" on Krleger and
"d that In the face of testl-A-lven
by reputable Itlxens of
1 ! -s county. Ok la.. Jasper county.
Ml and from Jail records of the
''unties. Hall was not in Arl
Ai'h Krleger and that no he
1 e testimony had been pro
I by the state to show that
art ar ever met Hall or knew any
: ' of the latter until the men
"' re placed In the same jail at Mus-
r' in i em bar of 191:. Their
' W ntance must have dated to a
period before the explosion he said.
0r 1 "replracy could have existed
II eloalhg the rase for the dc
' l- ied Moore, counsel for Krelg
' 1 it the first trial of the ruse which
ended November 10. 1119. with a
hung iury, declared Ihe prosecution
have been a "frame up" on
I (1 1 by officers of the Carter OH
' ly interested In sending his
I 10 tail on the general prlncl-
1 ' '.at all r W W.'s should be de
; of their liberty. He referrod
'he Instructions nt the court alven
"' lav afternoon In which the
: v a told thai no state or na-
law existed which made it a
rrfn I to he a miniber of the I W.
W and waving before the Iury the
Witches Come Hack
He rger, M . . . .
All K II. ' i A
0 2 10
2 1 4 II1
I 4 I
3 12 2
3 10 0 (1
3 1 ft II
1 I a
2 2 0 0
3 0 10
It 27 13 1
II II O A K.
0 10 0
1 I I I
13 0 0
1 o n ii
0 2 0 0
0 6 1 0
0 0 1 ii
1 0 1 II
0 0 ft 0
24 I 0
Berk, tb S
Bast, rf &
Ytiryan ,c R
Conlan, if s
Hewman, p A
Ornham. lb .
Tlcrney. ss ..
Connelly, if .
Davis, i f . . .
Tulsa 000 loo 100 2
ii nita 124 u0I 20 111
Summary Base on balls. Bow
man, Adams. ; aaorlflca ha, u i
burn; left on bases. Wichita ft. Tulsa
Ii two-base hlta. Mc.Manua, Tlerney
bowman. Herger, home run. Baal
raryan, neck, atolan baaee, Barter;
hits, off Kltin 4, and 3 runB In I n
nlngs. off Adams 15 and 12 run In
I Inning, double iilay. Y.trynn to
Merger, Butler to Washburn to Meek
truck out, Bowman s, Adams 4
1'uipiree, aley and Lipc, time 1.45.
CARPENTIER TO COME
I'rcnch ChajnptOB ApptMl at Intl.
. mi. hi Hall on June 17 riiiin
mcr Arranging I xliJblilon.
Tromoter George Pltimmer an
nounced last night that plans arc
gearing completion for the appear
ance here on June 17 of flcorges
Carpentler, French boavywelthl
champion, and aspirant for tie
heavyweight title held by Champion
Jack Pempsey. Carpentler will put
on u fniir-rouiul exhibition match
with Jules Leonaire, the Balglan
The show will open at convention
hall with a four-round curtain rals. r
between two boys yet to be attested.
Mutt McKee and Bobby Mucins
will go ten rounds. Antone, the
c.reek welterweight, champion, and
Clarence Dudley of Kansas City, a
lad highly touted by Kd Cochran,-,
will also go ten rounds.
Indications point to a record at
tendance to get a glimpse at Carpen
tier, rioted alike for his flatlc honnfM
and his service in ihe French army
during the war.
GIVE NEGROES EXTRA FUND
.(Mi(.nAl Money fur SeiMirmv
Schools b IiV vailuhli
By Xenix lateil PrM tatu Wlr
OKLeUiOMA riTV. Juno 7. Ad
dlttonal revonu1 for ecpanite m-hool 1 1
f'r rn-Kro-8 in okluhum.i utli hv 1
t nil .1 in ct'irdncp With an
opinion written today by i. K
wOOdi ftPftlMunt atti-inoy jrTPncral. i:t
the request or R. H Wiljion. Mat
Mr Wood ruled that rniinty rM
hoardn may make a mffiplen: levy
to maintain jepir-ite IKSTO schools
or. their eMtmaten prold- fl ( "I
inutrn 4I0 no fXcee-d the lo-mill con
tltUtiOnvl limit for DOURty purpi.Mi'M.
In lh punt H lian boon thJ ltel'of
that ro morn than a I -mill It vy
could b made fur MaffO iOllOOlA
Carnahan Pitches No-Hit
Game for Methodist Team
Ha-rry rrnah.in IttTtlOd in Mm firt
no-hit K'UTi' of the hrason in thei
Chin rh h'HRU'1 litni evening Mi,tblln?!
thtj Flrat M K. t" eontlnui the ir win-1
n inic Hlreak of five Htralht wlHOI
Without a defeat, hUnkinn the Col- I
t-ge Hill t'rt'Hhvtei miih hy th" score
of 1 to 0. H. H. K
Flrt If, E 1 b 3
C. U. Presbyterian 0 0 3
Batter ten Kii nt M. K Carnahan
and VanZandt. College Hill I'reahy
terlan Willianid and Duff.
Women Crowd to See
Dempscy Trial Today
HAN FHAN'CIHOO. June 7. --Jack
Henipsey, heavyweight champion.!
will go on trlsl In federal court here
tomorrow. 1-eileral .lunge Dooling
will try the case Thousands are
seeking admission tickets, the ma
jority of the seekers heing women.
1 nxliiiiKton Mays Out.
SKATT1.K. W'sjilf . June 7
f'hanglnK the date of the big eastern
feggtia from July 1. us originally
scheduled n: Poughkerpsle. to June
19, has caused the manaiieniC'it nf
the I'nlversity of Wanh:nton. coast
i hampion". lo abandon pgrttulpatlon
In the c'ent, OOOrlllng to ,os ti I'd
Leader. Fun da liad bean raised to
end the Mun Iiodgcis eaat. but
Leader said his men would rot In'
able to ge' into condition b June 111
Two I'rnnltji Issucil.
A building permit was Issued yes
terday to the Hecnnd Presliyterlun
i hurch for the erection of a frame
church building at 72 North Zunls
svenue. to cost 18 000 A permit
was Issued to H K Kelton fur a
frame residence st 104 Ruena Vleta,
to cost fs, 000.
two membership cards In the West
ern l-'ederatlon of Miners and the I
V V. which were carried by Krelg
er. Moore declared that had the de.
fendant not been a member 'if such
organisation he would not have
been pr.s'-' Uted for iho crime of
dynanilting the I'ew home. Moore
asked the Iury lo reach no compro
mise verdict stating thut either con
vlcimn with u maximum penalty, or
acquittal only was desirable. Kit her
Krleger is guilty nf crime for which
he should be sent lo tall for a hun
dred years, although the maximum
penalty Is only one tenth that, or he
stioiiM' be acquitted. Moore aatd.
Jonlin Reals Oklahoma
C i 1 y - N ( 1 v M 4a n u go r
JOJM.1N. .ttirif 1 Jufiin wn Intlajr I In
1 f run i t Jklahoma City, inn klnn It two
nut i.f lfer for the ptrrlrg Dick-" llffe-n.
rortnfrt of ttio im jiati
th I' . hiTf arid , i t i s mw
Out lea ua jiiti iimi, ! Tlie Jo(lin nunif
inent today nnni"imi4 the inOefinit aua
penaioti n 1 itt-o 1 Dunovin, i,u hrt, fur
Olai i'ir 1 1 il itiej ttatnitiK ruJia
OhUaoma City. . Jaalln
ah ii ro A
aii 11 rn a
tlrT!nIr- M 3
n Kniffis Jb
0 St'" lit.
I I Yea rr.u
4 ' pumif.f.
4 ' atbif p.
Rsassi i .
nt a 1 Ttiuit IT 1 -r II
Okinhomd ity 000 ino fino 1
Jortlin 101 0U1 f'Oi -1
ghnnmai r 1 iun. tumnaei, iiiart.
KrUMr, HtrOMi rrrnil. !)arrlnfr, M.e
lay. tttrfjrt. Wierner. tiaaea in talla, off
Htoner hit b pitcher, llnrnlltun. by I
Piener. a nfl-e hlta. Vxhiy. Iar riniier . ,
left nu baaaa, :..,.. iity I. Jot'iin T.
two ha h'ta. Itreaf, Bogari, lockay :
I.lnrtHi.'f , a( en t..i"i Yo. l,rV 1. Kiut?
er , itQODtf alay, Hinner la I arrlnfjer to ;
Moaele , pnaae.t Ik, 'I Mr-n , atl ur out.
by Hot tiler 7, by Htinrr 4 r i runa,
nff Hoehler 1 nff Ht-ner 1. tim. 1 II.
umplifri, Kit tp irirk MM Wlln.
Ie Haigtai Henta rrkera.
RlorX CITI Jajll 7 Aftei playing for
ft laalaaa Ita the acorv tletl the lea
.t'",-.i tiub ehaaad in ana that run in ih
13th unri vtiin frnin Ptnui City here today
by H 2 Ui 2 a-ni e. Tim .. run i imi
m the iNuit f a Biaaa 'n arrai a, aaa
! GO AHSAbAN'riAY, F8LLA! lioIS
DONT VNAlT FOfJ. fAE 1 Pot rEfl
This Kids vps-idb Awake.- i To Sleep
M I'M IN PO A TWO HOOfl TflOT tWITH v ' 1 J
H Tm l.'N'.rAl Hl HADb To Ii)T v N A - ' f
2 r iuEEP. - OOufooN IT. i
'aA'MIV SMlt-lfH' ALL
Jtn$mA ml' B rnEa AND
' JatPK ' " 5HOVNERVN' J
rlflra hit ami a a I rifle
) Mainti. Man City
All M N A W Cll If lh A 8 0
irr'n rrf.t. i l i Mali s o
ivrfte,- k I a 1 1 rvie u I i o a
M'n'm n h a 1 " 2 V. -t ft 0 I
M rf If f 1 ft He.ehtr.ff. S 1 1
Mi;. If rf. 8 i o ft I r.irrert 8 1 ( I
rrriitli.!. 5 3 3 3 lAltalne.lb 1 ft in 0
ii. 4. lb. I 1 J2 I rrtwrh If 1 I 1
tfii f. rf ', Aiiem t. tb 4 118
Man r 4 0 1' I ;... . o p ' 1
THalf 4fl 1J3 m TnUU 44 7 II IT
ien Uotnta ' . . i"ft etm ftnfl "Ol i -1
Sioux Cltl .... ... O'-!" ft(" C'0 ''ftrt ft - 1
Humn.ar'' Puna, i 'of fey ? Mclrrnftt.
Hetrhle I. iff art . kmri Hlffart Alter,
matt baaaa n t- ' " off Kuatnuaaen : ,
aafflfli'" hlia. Ilarf, OConnor. Alterinatt,
HDarmatti twa aaai 1 MaDarmotl ai
tarrnatt. I."nr ,0ranori 4iubl rlaya.
Roblrann to Klffeu. KlffrM to Man. Haa
muaaan 'n ' 10 Marr ta M 1 1
leaa left rn tat-a. Sioux tty 7, Pea
Moi nea a atolen baaea. 11 II An . earned
runa ami btta ff Men 2 and 7. off Ha-
li.MBaen Z uh-1 1 1 . elriuk out, t-v Itaw
by Mm, 1. ..in i-., jur.ib. nd
I.auaon. time. Z 2b.
PETE HARTLEY HERE
Battler Wbo win MM atanley Totv
kilt n lien Will Man WoffttOUla ftl
llrmU Hotel nils Aricrniain
PPM Hart ley, New rorh llrbl
wemht ami challenger for gonpy
Leonard crown, arrived, In Tulaa yes
ter.i.iy ntiit'iiing finm Ni-w Orlenna,
!. I e l.i I I n .4.1.1 . In flilldlH I'llll
Vlrgltl a IOrOUnc1 batlg ,o a draw,
Hartley eornaa bete to battle Stan
ley Voakun. the Colorado lion man
rn a MhadUted 'H-round bout next
Monday night at Conx'entlnn lull
Both liar, ley and Yoakum ere
well known among sporting olrcloe
.is two of the touglu-t lightweights
In the country, Yoakum, wc.o siarted
bis riuhiing oareer at Oklahoma city
seven vcarc ugo, has fought all the1
leading liKhtwcigh'H in the country. I
from lietitiy Li ni.ard dew n ..tul
taken the cnunt but unco to I,h rn-
tire career, that was in his btHtlll
with Charlie White In the l'jth .nundl
nf ;t cbedllled IQarOUnd go It llctl-
-er fnui years ago, since that iciel
ing Yoakum and While Have en
gaged In three other conleats via
the no-d-'Clsl'in roue. bo-li bos
claiming the newspaper derirlon
Huitlcv will start working out this
sfternon at the Bl id.v hotel I'imn.
slum nt 2 o'clock sharp. Yoakum left
Denver yeetetij.it o, iluiit in I'm-
tttOtgr Al Venn, and will ' Ian work
OUl at Brady gymnasium The gen
eral public l Invited lo witch the
boys go through th" dallv routine,
I'romoter VIM state that he will
announce his eeml-windup and prs
Mmlnarles In a day or so, w hl 'h COID
s'eie of a ten an. I six-round boul.
Bed Cioss Hall Blue Is the finest
product of Its kind In the world
Kvery worn. in w ho has used it
Wcmvs '.lis atatenien. to bo true.
LITTLE CAME" A Timely Awakening
Speaker Setting Fast Pace
spi-ukcr 1 . 1 1 1 . 1.1: - ii -.ui at tliiril l .liniiii '.'. im in kiiumi mil iwtM
mill 11 Klui of M.nuniiir .S(mhVii iiii the lulu Ii wltli I lie t'lctcliiliil
IiiiIIjiiim nt lull.
Manager Trin Bpaaker hns the
rear. Clevclund fans ui" countlnn
the lteds i.f Otmlnnatt repeal
I series I his fall.
but They Lose Rat
tie 4 to 2
llll. .. iK I V W, Julia 7
wuh iisvs Dan
mil or iha tl.al
croft at .li'itl aa a tea
iih rauaasiaaia nu rfunrr n Torn
Ita (.lay today but waa
in baal II.
aii ii rn a
I. n . .'! a
01m u 2h
a i ant
T-ue is v :t in Map tt ii if 1
Ballad foe Tons) m fifiii
taattaa fur Mubbsll in nlnlh
Naw York ool noo ios- j
UtnaUrn H eos 4
euiamsry. riuna a iy. ai ii-,,.,, ...
fith klidiifr Ifubball Ward, arr.it. Y'n.ng.
o.i bie hits. Rally, TV-nay Millar, ihrsa
baaa hits Jfthnalon. Kllduff dmibla play.
Ward in i ilaun In hchniandl . baei-a ua balls,
off Tonay 1. off Uarqusrd Ii airurk out.
by lonay 1. by lluhhall J. by M-rqjard i
Deer I'inirell (tut.
ION CITY, III., June 7 More
lhan 7,000 gallons of Milwaukee
beer, stored here since 1119, was
poured into the sewer today (leorga
Strted, assistant chief of police, had
I eight boys pourlnir the atl, 000 bot -
Ilea ot beer Into a trough.
The stallER. !
hb'll tx everything
IN rl(S povNEa Tb
KEEP HER AWAVB
OlHTiL QuiTTlN' TlME.
Cleveland indium up in the raos thla
conflitently upon a penn int.
National l uku an ali-Ohli
ASKS DECREE 8E M00,FIED
Wife talma Propgfty Scttli lllent
H i- i iliuiiiK il I nJ sr-lr.
Asking Ihe niodlfleation of a di
vorce decree order in which she ac-
00 aa tier part ol her
trier bust. alios gaiate a peiiunn
as filed In district inurt viatei lay
by Jamel II CUlbOT IgOg against liar
Pv j Cutberlgon.
Mm. CiilberiH-'i claims that prior
to th'- grading o tlie declee hor
I b.iii , in i representing t" bar tag) ie
,...,, n .,, ,, . U t m una
and Hist on this represenlatlon she
screed to accept one ttnrri as par
share Now h says she had as
certuliied Jus b-ild'ngs were talut-d
a I $ri i.OOo und she aaka a modifl
lailon of Ihi decree granting her at
tu.NJijJM ItonHKRY f llMHil l)
1 . . -
1 firca-k Is Held for Kellcvlnir Tulr-un
0 nf lllg ami MoiM-y In (s'lils-r
i Nelonas Iirutueizea. charged w:th
1 conjoint i ibbery of Oaorga K Ma
rllu In this i it y las' October, entered
t ea of not guilty at his lilTalgn-
,.nt yesterday a ml was commuted in
hy .mc,. h J firay for pre-
rv ,., ,,. JUBg ,tt
Marlfas cluims he was rribbed nf
a ring value) at u and In
money by two men. one of whom bg
Identifies in thli defendant.
Wllgofl Walvcx, Prtrllmlnary
Itohert Wilson, a negro arrested
at Itni tlesvlllo by the police In poa
session of half pint of whisky, rn
lercd a pica of not guilty before C
U Yency. United Htates commis
sioner, yesterday and after waiving
i prebminart h" arlng wan released on
lbond of 1000 for action by the
I fi Ui i ui grand Jury.
DEcBHD vNirM A
CA5H IN AND
Ed os A
YANKS AND MACK
MEN BREAK EVEN
Now York Wins First
and LiOMI Second ;
Sox Boat Tigen.
N ICW YHK. .Tun 7 -The N-w Tork
ImartaaM ilvMad thru aaaMl header
with Ihe Philadelphia Uhlelke. Innina
l ha upanlug vane but - h the aarnnd
Catllna. a leaa league rei rull. alarlad hla
f Iral inajoi league ganie In 'he taataat
and mii knix'krd out In ihe right h Inning
t'ati her Mvatt waa aplked by Kuth In thla
gaiof erul aa nbligad lo retire,
raila4ltaia a Vmi
Alt II l'ft A ' AH H N A
aiffgrtl ih. .1 u & I rktua ab ta 4 5 i 8
4 O 0 1 Mueerl ..Ih, lint
Hfrunk If 3 18 0 !';; ' ' 4 117ft
riiagan 4 14 1 Ruth rf 8 11ft
WMt if 4 110 NxNtn I ft 0 S
Burnt4 Ih 4 ft 8 1 ; Bo8le .f 1111
W.;( tt 3ft Lewll If 4 I 10
r. 1 3 0 11 Hannahc 4 18 3
Naylar.ii 3 1 ft 1 (alan P 8 10 8
Tniale II I l II 1-Ula 8' 1 2 37 IT
rhtladalKhla ... .ftl'lia ill 1
N York 000 180 111 8
Jinnmr' Huna Will, Huth J gulnn.
two haae hlta. Witt, f ' ' aioten baaa.
Lawiai aaarinaa Mia, PrHtt i. Meiaai,
doaWf Paa. Ullowwp to Pugan to llur
nu iran 01 iiffaa, Pratl la Paakla
pangh Ifl ripp, haare on ball nff v . r. r,
I, off Neiylnr 1. alruch out, by (julno 3.
bv Naylor I.
a UPON I if 1 A MK
ftulaarltjhia Nia Yarfc
ah 11 rn a
kw it rn k
n n 8 1
1 nggggj ii.
1 P-iiaii u
I Vratt I
I Patgtti' t
t tmm in
n 1'ipt n
I Ruth ft
ft frail lh
ft 14.11 If
0 ItaK t
', hhaahar p
T-tttla 1l 8 IT II Tte-ala
1 11 IT If)
Pat ted for fthawkry In ninth
PhlladelpMa nft8 i4ft
' New. Yurk
noft .ton ftftl -
Mummer v Runa r.alloway Thorn aa.
pacta, win i We-ieh. ptpp. Rath Ttodie
I.ewta. nuel grrora, riailowa iugen
Wal h MaUfft I. t 'Wla Itoel two haae
hue Plnrv iturrua Mfiiael threr lute hit
Walahi atolen t.ar e k mpa ugh , duuhle
Maya, Pralt to rrr-klnpnogh to Plpp. 'Ill
Inwuv lo pugstn to rVirnja baaia on halla
off Col I IM 3 off Hhawkev 1, nff Harrla
1. atru'k out by t'oltlna 4, br HarMa I.
by Hhawkaj I.
White h, Win
CaflCAOO, J -ne 7 Thrae DUII allh
are weir tour had for 18 hPe hv t'hh ago
t ley arid Ihe Irxgue t haiuplnna Wnn wn
May m ma Ty "obh, who w ea in )ured
ii s rpllialun wlih flagaiaail. will
I the saina f... Mb.. m 11 rlaya.
An X ray eiamlnailrtn today rrtealed turn
Mgitttienta In the. left hfiaa
in II I'd A ! All ll rn a
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T'aal, T III It f Tmal, 11 I e tl 11
llaliad tin l annard 111 aavanth
Ulallad for Ayara In algtll
lllntiad fur IJuali in rurr'"
all, fc. Colli
or.ii aft lift-, t
n;o or, j ii, is
Runa J.inaa llailn .aim Pfaad"
i, tgsaver t, Jaeaeea I, Pateeb.
J i 'ol I Ins
Illalii-rx. arena t aai h. J
n l.i.. i
' -' it t'ahar la., base 1 I'a
J c.lllna Vnnris. Hir-a l..aa hits
Brhalg. Weaver. J I'oll'na. hull, a
run t - n. dun la may iwn m
I I... .1, ... ..O.V
Vnung baaaa im balls ofj Kah.r 1, off
latonard I. atru. k aai by Kahsr 2. by
tsoaarg by Aim I.
Game to He lte-1'layed
OKIsAHOMa city, lune i Tm
game won bv fikriniigee over Drum
right on May It I has been ordered
p aved over by PraaldOPJI -I C
UetOher of the Western .association
Drumrlght protested on the grounds
thai Owner Dick Cooley rUgbad 'o
the plaving field while diensed .a
Civilian clothes and caused il.o i-m-
I pi re lo reverse a derislnn All riilut
protista pending hate neen n sal
Ii wed beegttga of the failure of ih,
proir stunts lo file Inloimgtion with
in ilu- l4hour limit a prraerlbad b
the conslitullon and b, -laws of tin
Funeral Dnectnr I'hone 41
803 South Main Alvt.
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tea Mi'., at Utatfl ''Or.
1 klahiiiii'a iHv at Ji't'iin
N,l..nal I ragne.
Pltiahurah gj 1 1 IH '
(ln iiinall at Nra 1 atm
rhuago .i I'hliadelpbla.
Ht 1 " at lti,.,,kln
nirrO itn I engne.
Waahlturiafi at at Utvtt
1 ni 1 i' 1 , , , at 1 lr --lend.
New York at lelioH
1latn at "lil.agn
Mnwaahaa at irniitnpoHa.
Kanaaa Hlj At Toledo
W inneapolla at t'nlomhng
ai laal at Lohuviiu
M lrrn 4aatM MIM8m
rort atnllh nt Itenrveilg.
aprlngfl id at 1 tkinulgee
Pawhoek 1 at Ktilrt
1 H mot ight at ChU kaaha
ft I .at 1 TN MTKROAjT.
Wralern 1 tf "
AT WICHITA l1 n I.8A 1.
At .lopitn 1. Oalahamg itr 1
At M0111 1t v 2, 1 M-iinea I
Ni othara hednl-,1
Nulloitiil I .rug lie.
At llronalvn 4. Ne York I.
No itthria a- hedulrd
i . I ragur
At Nen Ynk h 1 PhlUd.lphU I.
At fhlragn 10. I.etmlt
Anirrh aa lallon
At 1 .l ii tub tie 4 Mlnm-.i polla 8
At Toledo 4 Kanaia ClU I
At ' ' 'it' 1ft Hi Paul I.
N't of hat a fo tieitulrd
rater 11 m mi ton.
At Oktnulgee 8. Ktrliigflr1d 8.
At Knld ifi 3. Pawhuaka 8 ft.
At M -of vet t a t. FDfl Hrntth L
At ( PI kaahH it. Mfiitmight 1.
At Mohlte Utile llo. k , forfeited lo Mo
Al Naemiua n. iiirnnugnam a
At Nw MrlrMiiM .1 8. Mtmphla 8-1.
At CaattaOaota 4. Atlanta T.
At Daaamnnl 4. w i mi a Kaiia I.
At nan anteanfa 11 Farl Wattk I,
At (latveaton 8. ftallaa ft
At Mouati.n 8. Mhraveptirt I.
II N It V l-.'l T A . Pine T
i ft W nilta tt ltd I iraertn
II nv.i isa no
while Ingrahani waa affa'tl.e
lorala won. I IO I.
n. H. K
Kori Hrtilth ft"" ""I "0" 1
ri.i .. . . tin nil ita 8
ftattrnea Wwdr. imsnn and fuhinidl
Ingraham and wm
CHIOKAiMA, June 7 - While Hiullh held
ttg 1 1 ruin r Ight to.iro to fbaf hlta. hla
tremnmtee hHiutne.eeJ Craft for 10 and
CMi kaaha wnn, 1 n I
'II t- n H K
lirumrlghl Ift8 O"! ftftftl 4 1
t'hlrhaeha .... 80J ftOI ftftl -l 1ft 0
Palti t le rrafl and i i It ten len . Mmlth
KNII t)kla. June 1. Khhl lonh a dnu-blt-
header from Pawhueka h"fa titday
Knld won Ihe flrat one 10 to I by taking
advantaga of llale'a pour j it. hlng and
ptwhiakaa unitnu-ly rrrorg Mala waa
pulled in the fourih In Die aei ond game
Bntd atlVl oal ilu Pawlmaka. trim 8 lo
(J The a, ore
l-'Uet game. It. H K
Pawlmakg t .'81 810-1 I 7
Knld .... 882 110 ftftk 10 8 I
Ma 1 1 erli p Male, fill mora and Palmar,
llrannan. KarM, MlOalM nd Wairlng
Het ond lama H M K
Pawhuaka 4)0" 0 00 Oil
Kmd - . 0'in mo tifto 4 8 1
llatttt-rle-e-Malona and 1'altnei , t'ampball
OK Ml I.UKK, Julia 7 Tha Ilrlll.ua d
reeled ilia M.nlianla tin- Onlay bv a
Mors 'if n a Klva hiilna ulna I. . I
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Mm. ilia I. ii ill. in ilnra iaa ova, lh.
haii 1 lit llalii,w wnll 11. a Duos Tli 1 1
11 ii k
. . m 1 1 - l -x iiio .1" nun- a 12 ,i
rlaaar Aii.n miiin-
TPAnr nAMfPOfT CZCM
innuL uri tuixvji i ,
1 Hetcllor of . 4
Hhortatop since I PI t.
ing tils head on a timber fracturing
fOIIK, .Line 1 -taff iclal I his skull He died live days later,
rnerit was made here today ) accord Ing to the petition, as the rll
ld Huii'-ioft. .-tar Mjioriatup rect negligence of the defendants
nf llle I
hlladelpliia National league'
i i i. h.nl bean traded, man for man,
rot- Artnul t-ieiiner, capiiiiti or tne
New Y'Tk IH.intg arid regular short-1
stop aline inn. When the liiantsj
look the field In llrooklvn. Han-,
orofi played ahorl lor ihe fiiante
and batted secrtnd Kleo her Joined
the New York club In Itvift
Forfeit Game When
Umpire Removet Man
MOBILE, Ala . Jum t Contend'
ing iimi i mplre Otfford bad put the
wrong player out p the (gmt arhag
... V.ll.,,.l,..i u.- tri 1 1 1 ill.- ui I i.
fin the flfih Inning Managei Klber-
fell) of tile Little llock ll-Utll With-
Iretv in team from the field to
ilny, resulting in a I on nine of to
day s germ- to Mobile, ii to a When
the game was stopped Mobile was
lending, 7 to 4
BET THEY'D LOSE
Jamea Costello Testifiea
in Suit ApainRt Cubs
in r. S. Court.
GAME WA.S "TOSSED"
l i e MagM and Hal rha.c Ac
euaad ! Treachery While
With Cincinnati RrrU.
CINCINNATI, Jim n -Jmes
Cnatello, proprietor i.in hiiiuid halt
in Beaton, lstifjlug In the United
Misled district court In Ihe suit nf
Lee Magee agalngl the Chicago Na
il.. nil tasgtie i lull here today, ssld
Hint kfagee, with Hal Chasa bet
amilnst the Cincinnati Nationals
while bottl were ineinbers of the lat
CoMallo tratiried that Mages came
I" bltn "ii the evening of July 24
and said he had a proposition for
ir. " the li.il! line the next dsv.
Magee than was wnn the n,ia, Cos-
"Beta re Magee left he said that he
arould me the next morning with
more delalH The next morning
Magi a and Mat Chase who then wsh
the f tr sat baseman for Ihe tteds. rlall
ed mc 1 told them that they would
Im" lo bet sonic nf their own money
and that the gamblers would not bet
unlese linn did 'How much do yon
want to bet " I aked them. Thiv
told me they didn't have any money
with them but thai they would give
me checks I accepted them. If
the game was won Ihev were to get
even money plus one third romnrile
snn on all bets collected.
"Tin y filled nut two of my blank
checks for r,no each. Magee and
Chase both said they had ths pitcher
fixed Tbev said Ihe pitcher s name
was Brhnelder. I told them that be
tween them and the pitcher It ought
Ii, be ion. The pitcher waa chang
ed though, and when I went to the
ticker 1 snwr that the Heds had won
Chnse told mc that they tried hard
and hoped for better luck next time.
Chsse's ctieofc went through all right,
but Magee stopped payment on hla "
Christv efatheereon, who was man
ager nf the lteds In inn, testified
thai on July LT, In the first game of
the doiiblerender between the Reds
and the iioslons. the Tteds were In
the pad ; to I In the ninth Inning
with two out. when a Hnston batter
hit an easy grounder to Magee at
nlmrl be -Mi l Magee threw the hall
over the second baseman's head
afathawan said lhat be became sus
picious and decided to tvwfjtj Magee.
The fiostons tied the score In the
lted s hnlf of th" lath Inning, Iwo of
the neds were out when Mugee
came to bat. He hit to short, an
'. ensv grounder, which, however, took
an awkward bound, hit the Ftnston
! shoi Islop In the nose and caromed
J Into center. He said Magee did not
obey his signal to Meal. Then
- Rough bit a home run and scored
1 m ....... ..I,,.,.. i ,,r 1.1,., T lh. Fin.
lim'i half of the 1 3 lh. Mathewson
aid, MagM duplloatM big earlier
error by throwing wild over the ser
ond baseman's head on an easy
A motion for a direct verdict In
favor of the defendant waa over
ruled today by .fudge John W. Peck,
al I lie conclusion of testimony of
Lee Mugee, who Is suing ths Chicago
Nu ' i. .im I league baseball club In
United HI ii t en district court here for
salary he claims la due him for
bra . b "f contract,
ASKS $25,000 DAMAGE
iliiilinitrntor of I t.n. of Driller
Sues Drilling i i iiiii.in . for
Death of John Campbell.
Oamsges of 35,000 for the death
of John C i.'aniibe, killed on an oil
lase In OkglUlgee county In April
were asked In a suit filed In district
court yrateiday by C.
V. though, ad
111 I in Inl.l rliii' lit 11, Cnmnl,!! oat...
iikiiuiiai ihe beaver Drllllna romnsnv
'' I" "i wm iimi ..in ir.iai i
employetl us a tool dresser, was on
A lit 1 1 17, auailstiug Iti the removal of
egaiite from a tran, in the line of
his employment, when the brake on
i tin- Intti wheel falied to hold and
Ltl.e weight of the casing caused the
tin, til Qtxgg (Of'Wheel lo revolv rapidly, entangling
siiuriatiiii I Ogmpbell In the cablo. The deceaa-
ert was ituowii btgti in tlie air. ac
OOrdlttg to I lie pet It ton and fell, strlk
agent In fa Ilu to propel It main
j tgltl In repuh the drill rig and other
appu t ,-n us urioin me wen.
Deny Stealing go Chickens,
Charxed with steillng an Inctiba
lor and s't chickens Hen Wortman
find Karl Young entered pleaa of
' il no ,t tb. ir art ngnmeiit yes-
' -1 1 i befjri Juetloe H. 'C. Mnxey
1. n l were held under bonds of It. 000
I fur preliminary bearing June 11.
1 In Incubator and young rnlckene
Pten stolen from the home nf Or-
itii Dicks--n, Kifieenth street and
- "in a ta n '. on tlie night art
A duorile qounq
man's stile in