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TULSA DAILY WORLD. SUNDAY. Jl'LY 11. 1020
TENDLER-JACKSON AND FULTON-WILLS BATTLES FEATURE WEEK
Lightweights Box Tomorrow; CONFERENCE TO
Heavies Clash Next Thursday! DEVELOP SPORT
Both Bouts Elimination
Affairs for Cham
pionships. BURNS BOXES BECKETT
Veteran Retupm to King in
Match With Hritislicr ..
Tett for Turner. .
iu EDWARD W, eoCRKAlW.
While the reigning kings of the
squared circle are takina; a little rest
nftcr the strenuous bont of Ind
prudence day a number of near
champions will tMM I" ring
gognltrt this week that 111 be ut
unusual Interest to fOllSflMf of Pa
popular game of biff. Included In
this Hal ere 'I10 VMtMM between
Krrd Ful'on and Hurry Wilts, I1
Trndtcr and Willie' Jarkaon. Hoi.
Martin and Dick O'Brien, Johnn'
jXpdee and Mdle IHtaiaBUaiOTje,
tommy lbbeM and flay Turner,
ar.d Tommy Hums nnd Joe Beekotl
No lightweight match t).it can be
-..-it in this eounfrv outside of on'1
It vs 1 1 ill llrntiy Leonard eh
narl. Is nt Bui1 mu - i'i
, ,,, iiu a oniiier-.isei..s"ii hko-
scheduled for Philadelphia Monday
nlirht. This la an elimination bout
The victor Is almoat I ertaln to Ret
i vmce at I,oonnril because puhll
sentiment eventually Will force the:
, campion to accept I mutrh with one
of those two fighters.
Tandlar has ranked next to Tyon
ard for " l"n time. He received n
little setback? not long euo arhan Kd
die FltaatmflaotU shaded bin In eight
rn.mds Put he Is a great lRht
weight Willie Jarkaon Is one of the
tmiehcst, (tamest fighters of the
division These two nave wniavn
meat of the contenders for
r..n If one w'ns derisively In this
rmracement there wl'l he no dlaput
la: his right to n championship mill
V, haul m Mew York under the
Boutt Thin Week
July II Tendler va. Willie Jack
son, 8 rounds at Philadelphia.
July fi Frankie aSrawn vs
ronng Chaney, io rounda at
New llrltmn, t'onn.
luly II Patsy Wallace va lted
Watson, 10 rounds at New Or
leans July 11 Jeff Hinlth va. Johnny
Howard. 12 rounda at Perth
Amhoy, N J.
July II Johnny Dundee va
Johnny Iowncs, 12 roumla at
July 11 "leorite limwn va t'har
ley Parker, rounds m Poaton
Inly 14 Prankta FlemtNg va
Tommv Noble. 10 rounda at
July 1 ColeUor Hartfleld va.
hrynn Down ay, 10 rounda at
luly 14 Johnny AehOf vs lted
News Khar, 10 rounds t D
fill 14-llnh Martin va Idrk
OBrletl, 1.1 rounds at Columbus
luly II Krrd FultOII vs. Hatty
Wills. 1 r.ufhds at New Vork.
luly IS J.ilintik Dundee vs Kd-
lie VH'omnions rounda at
luly IS--Tommy Olbbom vs Clay
Tumor, II roandi at Canto, 11
lulv IB -Tommy Puriia r. Joe
Beekett, m rounds at laondon.
July 11 Jeff Pmiii vs Mike Me.
Tifcue, 15 rounda at Halifax.
PIMM Oklahoma High
Athletius on High
by LARRT DAttiBY.
Oklahoma holastlc athletlca'
have enjoyed a rapid and consistent
(rowtk in p piu., ferine; the past
decade but when the Oklahoma
rkholasllc Athletic onferxinoc was
formed las- spring, the most vital,
and important step toward thej
hlfthei development of nthletlea hkl
Mooner hl(h arhoola was taken
I'hiouah the fotmallon of that
orKanliation eChotaJliC athletlca will'
he plated upon a h.Rhor plane than'
ever before. Foi the flrhi time
1920 Football Schedule Oklahoma Scholastic Athletic Conference
1 1 1 1 . 1 1 1
Al Tit'si Mimkn-,, ok'nuli'i, MrAliatur tiki ntv iluthiU Kl ttoin I'hti'hvshs I nil Hhln
: i .
on. i MM laaWOOi oils. OBf
Oel. II Tiilai QsilaHi Phnwns
Oai It okmiiiaM BM BaAMMai
DM l Bnld I rkl OBI
No. I MeAlMlsr TnUs Kl nne chlrkaaks
No, ii Ofel a. OHf Tula
Not. II "rti'l"
no. ii Miiiku naM ouihti- oeawaleta
NEW SHOOTING RECORD
A. ulle II (,el HO OKI of 10')
Mint In VAih WIy Tulan
All previous trap ihOJDtlnf records
wenl axllmiinrli.K esterday after
noon when President J A. Uatmpboll
of the Tulaa (.inn eluh pulled off thi
best tnarfe aaaaahl p ever seen on the
lii. .1 grounds when be rtin up i
nahd total of !i! shots thrtt went
true to their mail out of a lotal
of i ii o i Iiaio ca l o make ihta mark
atlOW up belter Campbell hud all tin-
finished run of If, after falllna down
i his fifteenth abut
Hhooter. Tnraets. Breaka.
(llllespl... . . .
l ,w ill nvdnii f ft.'en ro inris wrn
rti-clslons. will drnw a record Kat
for a liirhtwelRht attraction.
Knllon's DUiaWI Hurdle.
tvH l.-olton mm1 ne Riven muen
for havlnr the nerfl to
Bam Wills In the rlna. The New
OrlaaiW hlnck I" the cleverest flKhter
In the heavyweight division and he
if a hard puncher M i nv are of the
cnlnlcn that YlllS coum n i'e,,,,.-
bpv should they ever meet
pnnrinil to be R.une and
r,f enfiprtence. If he
lie will Rive Fulton me n,irai
tie f the plasterer s career niilsM"
tht one he had vvl'li Hen.psey. Wllkl
Is as rraal a rlthter na Jack Joh"-
Fulton will have little ad-
TanUfft 111 Willi Is Riant and
has almost as lonir a reach as Fulton
rlok ha- been clamoring for a
return I nRuRcment with OempaVy.
Bhould lie he fortunate enouRh 10
flatten wills with Ml naht wallop.
he will he entitled to champion
ship tut. They meet In New York.
On the same card Johnny Dundee
will fUht Kddle Fi'..slnimons. Th"
latter recently bent I-cw Tender
an.l has since been demanding a
fitht with ueonard for the cham
pionship. Fltxalmmona Is under the
mmsimI of Dan Uorean, an ex
perienced handler of Rood fighters.
Martin Shonbl Win J
Bob Martin who wan outpointed
hv Bob Itoper last Monday. Is RolnR
to meet another hIR younR fwwji
wi-iuht this week. He tackles Wen
fVBrlcn of Cincinnati In ColumOUl
Wedneaday nlKht. Martins show
Iiir nRtinst lloper was not as rood
as was expected Hut lloper Is a
clever iifht hlttina fellow who will
ontpolnl many (rood flRhtcrs. Itoper
tfitpninted Hill Hrcnnan. and M ntln
ti. v ' ready for such l ' s as th
knockout kin from New York.
O'Brien Is a fairly (rood heavy
weiRhl of the ynunRcr set. but ho
has met with a couple of reverse
Am! Martin will have to defeat him
ta retain the confidence of the fickl
nubile reeardlna his ability
eventually reach the top of his divi
sion Clay Turner, an Indian llRht
weiRht. has been beRRlnR for a
ms'ch with some Rood fighter for a
lonR time. He is Rolna to" he ac
commodated In Canton Thursday
night when lie meets Tommy Gib
bons of gt. Paal for twelve rounds.
Tirr.rr has fought well In Kastern
rings, defeatlne must of the men at
hj weight, fill lions hns more ex
perience than the average opponent
of Turner so this should he a test
for the Indian.
RurtM afaH Need "iln
After thirteen yeara Ol Idleness
Toe.my Burns, once heavrwelRbt
champion, will return to the ring to
box J"c Beckett, champion of Kng
f land In tendon. The ho.it Is booked
for twenty rounds. While Beckett
lint a great fighter. It will he
errat surprise to Americana If Burns
nmki.t any sort "f a allowing againi"
him. Burns never was' a great
fighter, although lie beat Marvin
Harl and a few more of that typo
wheil he was at his heal. But thir
teen years ol Idleness will put h.m
Out ol the running. They seldom
eontt luck, and especially after be
ing out of the game for such a. length
ef ime tdkely Tofnnay wants w
iwlleei a ll'tle easv money and I"
' eeting Beckett fur thai purpose. If
' ' I II ll anywhere near as good as
'' luppnsed to be he will defe it
Hums lather handily.
Font r. f in l..nss -M ihsl fl.,
trtufl) ftiFI S-mii lU-il. Il elliatll sei-eud,
Bwerltie tllsni". iWllsenl third Tims.
i 1 1 lame n v. Triuinrtsnt. Park inn
Ceirreree, Dtsexaelon isn rn
I, . ..n.l ni'. (Ik, hi,, I i . I... ' f in .
the l lens ttiwlns itoi-k. ICsllSltll first, tvsrk
Hen. 1 1,'insfonl I sveemt, K.vte rrsley
Igltill third. Time. 1 07 31. VI.,, ,. ,,
ikKnv Aavada Opeette Tswssstuh.
Caentsea ru Flerln, Cnucr Ie n.
(,'tsrliann. Ottf Fait !i ful also ran
Thlr.l rsee. inll un.l s!ii-iith -fJeade
Of Plassure. u'.aiina) first, gaenvir,
IIVl.Ul aecon.l. 1 it (r,,llntl) thlr.l
Time. 1:44 tftlliilctoll, Df, i'snnan.
Wave a ran.
Fourth raea six fsrloaas Lasttse,
tl'Oelel ll:-' .bvr- ( Y. , kSuR I SRCOnil
, ,el t!K 'linger: ic lllnal tlurll Tims, 1:11
t.lCr, It . . . a,,,.,i,..w a,.m fleStra
' Fifth rsre. mils and one half Mlntn II.
(Wtlaoa) rtiat. iir Cterk (OenetU) ase-
lillld. floepatra. (M.-Aff-el thlr.l. Ttni-
1 i ii i-i. omonii. eeaver Kiti. preetia
, also ran.
Isln lane, alx fm lungs -i"ilil PIsit.
(itiiritei firat. i.sar Rees, ffeelel seeoadi
Hen Vain IVVirlal third Time 1 11.
lvkoe. Metilna, Ann Klwabath. Munaoen.
Tlie ally, A. llkfli alao ran.
fle,on'li ra.e mile and ene elghth--g
, a Chatea flleeertal f Irat , Maraa
I Ji-IUI. (Wllseni SSOoad Mmpaleng. twirls)
, third 'lime. I 111. Cenvejlj I'stla .Malil.
I Weaeaah, Cast, Beea Tom saundTa,
i llarveat Kin;-. Trm tsrr alao ran.
lowers of Oklahoma okolMlle
stiort will are the larger schools df
the state competing In various
fields of athletic activity
One of the greatest ,li aw backs In
high oheda athletlca In this Mate In
previous years has been the diffi
culty In dctormlauig championships.
This was especially true of football
and biLsketbull. There are Instances
of where one l.lgh school clearly
outclassed all others In some p. mo
ular sport. Put tht so cases were
few Sectional leaders claimed
championship after champiunshlp
ami for many seasons various a hot
astlc athlellc tltlea were not award
nd beoauao of tho many excellen'
' and wurthy claims advanced.
. We remember one year when
three undefeated high school elev
I ens claimed the state gridiron cham-
plonahlp all with equal right.
The Oklahoma conference Is com-1
posed of 10 of the largest high
: schools In Oklahoma Various c ham-1
! plonshtpa In thai conference will be!
determined bv the school hnving the
best percentage. The lirgument may
, be ndvnncsd that all Oklahoma lilgh
' schools aro not reprosenlt-d In the
! conference and there might be an
' otttslder ha Vine a team In some sport
i which would be superior to any con
ference team. There pa little" likeli
hood of that poaalbHUy, However,
the schools In tpe conference en
( gage In contests with non meuibers i
and they are all repr, aetnatlve of
1 their sections. These in schools
, have betjn leaders In state scholas
tic sport' each year and are themost
powerful In athletics In Oklahoma.
The formation of the conference
will do much toward the develop
ment of a higher plane of sports
manship than ever before It will
place a, premium on clean, sports
manship. In fait, no wide Is Its
scope and so great will be Its Influ
ence, that the Mule poor sportsman-
tl. Ill: Toil Naarl, 111, War Stunk. Ill;
I'ariaman. 111., War Ctab, 101.
Slalh rare. five fnr!..naa Vnlranlia.
1 20 - Normal. 121, Marl, la trill. III. Cat.
ty Colore 114. legefleld, lie. Aicatias.
III. Orlela. t Mnaly, 110; Flylns fluud.
V . chfr rvlaar. trai k faat.
ship thai has ( hai actel lied Oklaho
, ma scholaslle spun In the past will
im eliminate. BtielMhtJ rulao,
chiefly oonoernlni the meetlne of
scholastic require in eate and iu:
llmlia will be strictly enforced A, I
'code of sporianiunsbip unwritten,
(but Ironclad, will be followed in nil
athletic ooqpeiiuan by etenibete ef
Anotl.ei splendid thing the con-1
feten'e fflll do for Oklahoma high
school sport, one seldom recognvaeo
by the public but a vital natter, will
be the selection of compelcut men
I to officiate In the contests offi
ciating In she niiM In some nkliho-
nia athletic content lias been ex-1
tiemely Inefficient, as many coaehae
and plsyers well know, officials in
Oklahoma conference contests will
undoubtedly b ihn best possible,
, both aa to ability and fairness, thUO
eliminating the iiickeimga which
ha,e marred some games In this
The football season of lltl erifj
see the Inauguration of the Oklaho
ma conference A splendid srlied
ule, consisting of 12 gitnes, opening
October and closing Thstileaglv
Ing. November 3 6 . has been en
nounced. This givis every sMiool
four or five games with other elev
ens, sufficient to properly .1, ternilne
a conference champion
The schools co-uprising the con
ference tire Tulsa Muskogee. Ok
mulgee and MrAbnter of ensiei n
Oklahoma. Oklahoma f'lty, OUthlia.
El Beno. ("hlckasha and Shawnee ..f
Central Oklahoma and Knld of
VILLA IN A NEW THREAT
Rrndg Word Thai ItoJeaHioaj of lie
aajMla inn Beawli in Be
Itclgn of Tt crttr.
Kl. PASO, Texas, .lulv 10 - Fran
lio Villa, tin, Mexican bandit and
revolutionist, m lit word to the bor
der today by one of his agents, Dial
injection of his terms by the new
government In Meeieo would rause
f IS!, 7,
Amerloan returning to
him to atari . nan reign ..f terror I Mexico that win restore the eonatl
in mothti'i .Mi xn . i villa, it was tuiiun
said, had discontinued his opera ,
,i..n- laatlll 1..,, II-., ,i,n ...,.,,1, ,.f 1
an armlstl.e arranaad la aaamtka. 1 '" " " ,r,l' "'
I lions last Week.
The.. nRent said Villa had re
celved trill Wed pledges of support
from that' reeedutioniata whe ware
ai.alnst i li v i hi tiiAa Rovei nmeni It i
ami rr now elthei iOtlVWt al wal l lv
01 plannlne campaigns against the! of
le la Haarta regime All of those I in
leudel'i win 1 1 1 . 1 . 1 1 i ' 1 1 npposed to
ihe 1111 eonetitutlon and win
lo have ii govi I mc up
todav lb Is a vvldtt undei i in i ent
I of tllseat Isfaciimi In Mexico an
'h it I i Mean an federal offl
ccis Ii il by Ihe new leglme
oroatlng eteawntleM, rioutlinin Mix
leatleis, he said, are patiliular-
Mtter boceuee Ihtf declare moat
the KOVeinmellt agencies have
ii filled by Honoiaus Mexico
City Itself, he eald, Is filled with
II,!! aoldleis. prim Ipsll V i. cii
and Mayo In, Huns, who wera taken
Joe Mcgee ........ 100
I Shaffer 100
I. Oiafl too
I M Pover too
t! Iavls 100
John Shaffer SO
tfAltSI lnviiinT, finiT,y nn
ti9iht..fit drrrtlnf y of tho TuIk
hnm." i "f i Mini ' m Mi ro from
l"i m T't ,ih, looking kTakfler butHinnm
inMITai in 'i vi'iiiinK viih tfintivcit
in! fi I - r 1 A
ii 1 1' by 'in. T'
tut I i of wht nil
li.i 1 1 mipptftntorl
III UlO OOpltaxUl
llM CeUtOfl, mtn-
niiiltnn n.1 Ihnee,
nil nthnr toldlOft
like orandes P Drink
I nin- Tomorrow.
riraf rawr. il (url..nri Our HfjplM,
113. .Vtll Wk. 10k. it.- , cjiitefi.. Sf.,
! ftilu.e-tit, in, IlimU 111 I Kl Prlino,
Murlon llollin 101. Vftlrrln Went. 101.
, Mill IUcv Iti)'tl?r. - 10). KI.Mr.;
Rhrfk. U ; Ulirk Prlncei. ,05 ; ToiibT)
Kufrlf, 11,1; Union M. 115, Cuimlii, 1 1 :t .
Invsn I lie MoiImiA IIVIIbT 111. 'It I:'
I tin ijiien. 10. tH-iiBi ..mv6bi. 100, Fair
( tilrn, 10T; Liberty Olrl, 101, Kf-n .Tnn, 1
1 pM , MMtOr 1 -row, . . . , ti 1 . k
Seconrl rirc, H C ahcut two mllii .
VMlMp.tr, 147 Wln'oikl, 137. Llttlei Nr
i 147, Klnir Ttrry. Ml. Tnnifjuer. 142; I
Huiry 1',.. U7 , Wut-rn i.'f Th Ke., Ml.
Third riei-iY on mil AtPthuBft, 91; 1
I,rtl JtrlttMon, 119; Ma! lUttfr, 12:1.
Ijiicly (lurtruflft, 101 ; Tablfftu iilhonn'-ur, 1
100. St Allan. 93. Crystal t'orJ, 101, I'll- !
rrlni. Oft ; Criniwlt. 10S
Kv-iiMli rme) fit f -i -itnir Joan Marl,
111; Prodlnr. in. l.Hly 100; PrUht. 1
, ln CTarttrul, 12 . eroam. lis.
i Flffh rm r. in- mil MIIW yiifn,
I 91 . Wmt IMnn. 111 . Till. I
I 111. P-M.r Huiturfly. 10; Uth
Morgan ('a plains Tulsa
High Football Machine
I'ncrican to Hat tie
Hritiah Net Experts
IAIT101JM11 bbch July ie--
nr Americans, Johnson and Tlldcn
III meet the rirlllsh learn July II
Jr' rt-. ide which shall play the Dutch
earn, The winner of that man i
; Wl - th,. right to Ola) Ihe cue liol
the Australiulgn team, for the
eohngten and TUden won today s
nvatehee, 1-:. t-t, -:.
ll II Morgan.
D. II. Morgan slur center of the
IK IS Tulsa high school football
eleven, and who lends the U20 ma
chine, Is one of the most pinmlsln-c
aihletes deceof"ed by the, red and
:,:.jp?:'i',n'K,-; l:r;',,',h!,:l,'l"do,v:.,:,lr,:er,l t Mm tWyK-mweaB
,osecu,e h.m ' w- 1 -" Titr- mwnrmmmrt-fwmrw
.. . 'aaW. xw.jLt &?s," v"t- T-r m:H -&im a
iropicai suits mmimm.: m-m
t C gee) 1 JT a 1 1 UPalilal ml 11 I I ET.II ism aaf . I. . Blv" let MtT . . a. WTm mmt vf ... r , T lv .
g tir .in m iTiir ft m rnrt ai m.jrm .-eavBg-M. -jm. t 7 rw r 1 eee 1 - a . aw armw -ir- . r"
aTST. JKra-L - -HtXum.'fw mfxrwzJia c iium.cimmw.t
av, jw ' (tT-Taiamsr.aBa -v - ,'aaa..uu.; jMaatgr".M
Those coo! summer suita cost but ft fraction iggglf
of the price of heavier clothes, that arent fii, 'Z:LZ WA 'L'S
nearly so comfortablf. in h..i wither AnH lU-"-
aniJ other tropical suits priced FjfVlfl ' atESH 1 m43m& Jt?r
"The Houee of Courteous Service" Wb '(
' . - -"r
JSJO DOUBT what to order! Her 1
duinty ladyship can always feel x
complete confidence in the rcfreshinj g
deliciousnees, the superior quality and 8
the well-Kuarded purity of Ward's I
Oran;e'Cruti!i or Lemon-Crush. 1
It is a satisfaction to know that the 9
surpassingly delightful flavors of these S
drinks are genuine a blend of the
pure delicate oils pressed from freshly 1
gathered oranges and lemons, finest M
su;ar and citric acid, the natural acid s
of all citrus fruit.
in bottles or at fountains
Prepared by Orangc-(.'rmh Co., Chicago
i daMfeeatyi Lo Anuci
Hollletl Ii, Tulsa lr
I oosi tula Itiilllliis to. of TuUit
.IIS v I'eurla. llaai;,' -!73l
Stmt far f' look.
Tht .Story of Orongs-Ouia