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TULSA DAILY WORLD, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 4, 1920
LANGFORD NOT TO MEET MCVEA; LEWIS IS SUBSTITUTED '
Previous Engagement Given as
Cause By LangforcTs Manager
, Bout Gives Tulsa Negro
Test to Show His
"Bully" Smith nnd Battling
Sterling to Step 10
About the Bouts
IMnttv Contention hall.
Time 8:30 o'clock.
Moln event Sum McVea of
Sun rntncUeo, vs. "Pinky" lrwl.
of Tubu, 12 routub; licutey-
Peiut-windtin "Young Bully"
Kmltli, of Tulsn, h. Untiling Klitr
light, of Tulsa, 10 round; light
weights. rrellmlnarj "Kid Inky" ln,
"Cow's MIIW,'' four rounds! light
weights. Curtain miner Bottle royal.
lU'fi'rco Mulii oicnt Gc Go
Imn. Hefcrco preliminaries Drill
Announcer Bob Snnfonl.
Timer John 81iaiiKlinfty.
Ausi('H'iiiIn Allilotlo tiltib.
Manager GBeorgo Pliiinnicr.
Sent l'rlce. $1. s, fa ninl Si.
By LARKY DAlLUY
Just when thn boxing gamo seems
to bo thriving ami enjoying the pub
lic confkU'iico In Tulsa, something
arises to destroy tho fans' faith In
tho game. Tho latest blow to the
rliifr sport occurred laBt night when
Ucorgo l'lummer, prpmoter of the
Tulsa Athletic cdlub received a wiro
Ylrom Howard "Kid" Carr, mnmigcr
of 8am Langford, to tho effect that
Langford Is booked to meet Sam
McVea at Kant Chicago, I 1511st 7,
and that ho Langford will not
be here tonight to meet McVea In
tho scheduled 15-round main event.
Promoter Plummcr Immediately
got Into communication with Carr
via lone dlsianco telcphono. Cant
according to riummer, said that
Langford refuse's to appear here to
night. Whether Langftjrd docs not
want to flttht McVea in Tulsa or
whether some other cause Is tha
reason for his non-appearance. Is
"Pinky" Lewis, a Tulsa nesro, who
last Monday night was knocked out
In seven rounds by Langford at
Memphis and who 'Is to meet Jack
Thompson at Okmulgee August 11,
win be substituted for McVea. Lewis,
nlthough heaten by Langford, fought
a great battle according to Memphis
Pralso From Cnldwcll.
Herbert Caldwell, of tho Commer
cial Appeal, Memphis, says tho fal
lowing: , 4
"Sam Lanttford, the grlztled Tar
Baby of Uoston, won. Plnkq Lewis,
a gigantic black man of Tulsa, lost.
It was u knockout in the soventh
round last night In tho arena of the
Southern Athletic club, A knockout
victory wan nothing In the long and
eventful ring llfo of tho Tar Ha by.
Llkowlso a defeat by a knockout was
probably nothing new In the llfo of
Lewis, liut there must have been
a pleasing sensation to Langford In
hU old days to have won In tho
manner In which ho won last night.
And In defeat thcro was glory for
Lewis, for never has a fighter waged
a losing battle more stubbornly,
more gamely, and apparently clinging
to the last hope for a turning pt tho
tldo as tenaciously as did tho Tulsa
dark man last night- Billy Knack
toltod off the count of ten over
Lewis and It was like ringing the
death knell. BUenco reigned. For
tho fallen there was pity. But it's
all In the life of a game where there
has to be a winner and a loser, and
Langford won and Lewis lost.
"Langford did not win without
tho loss of ponsldcrablo sweat from
the dark brow and not without feel-
" ing the lash of tho gloves himself;
Langford was forced to bring into
play all IiIh ring cunning and
VBtrength tp turn out a victory.
I ."Up to tho fifth round Lewi3 had
out-boxed Langford In tho open,
tubbing the shuffling Sam with
wicked lefts to the face and hooking
rignts and lefts to tho head, nut mo
punishment 'Lewis was taking In the
clinches was breaking hint down,
Hlowlv, but surely.
"About the mlddlo of tho fifth
round Lewis' knees sagged and he
staggered from n hard short rlgnt
to the jaw at close range. Langford
whlppod a right and left to tho faco
and Lewis clinched. Sam pushed
irf'wls off him and a ripping right
uppercut to tho chin sent Lewis to
tne floor. lie was up nut wobbly.
As weak as he was Lewis fought back
gamely, sticking a loft Into Sam's
face, He managed to stay out uf
Sam s grasp and stuck the round
"Lowls gamely fought hl.i way
through the sixth round, taking pun
lshment In tho clinches. Just as the
V"boll rung Langford nent In a right
to the Jaw and Lewis staggered Into
thx-ufner, where ho flopped on his
Lewis came back ffSmoly, but vis
ibly hopelessly, In tho seventh, They
went into a clinch and Lewis cringed
under a smashing attack of rights
and left to tho stomach. Lewis
came out of a clinch, staggering
from a right to the Jaw. Langford
partly tilted Lewis' head with his
left and nent a crushing right to
the Jaw that finished as game a
fighter as ever pulled nn a glove
In a local arena. Lewis was revived
ns escorted out of tho ring amid a
deafening applauso from whites and
"In the arly rounds Lewis 'out
boxed Langford. He shook the fat
franm nt Sam numerous times with
hnnl ri"hiu flush In the face, hut
J(1t was evident that Sam was willing
Ilo take Hie lunches for an opportu
nity to send home ono punch that
might finish tho fight, lie staggered
Lewis several times in tho yearly
rounds, but was never able to put
him off hit) feet until the fifth.
"The foundation to Langford'i
victory was laid In ho clinches In the
third, fourth and fifth rounds, when
Lewis assimilated punishment that
eeemed almost beyond human en
durance. At the samo time, Lewis
was flghUng back and Btlnrftng bam
DTAMMNU 01- THE TUAUS.
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t'elumbtia 37 60
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TL (talis 13 It .337 llnrtnu 13 17
Srliitflel4 10 13 .Sl I1llrk 13 17
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TULSA AT JOPMN.
Wichita t Oklatinm City.
Omftha st Ht. Jftfleph.
!) !oln at Hloux Cltr.
rtllaburgh at llonon.
Chicago at Philadelphia.
Only two irftlnta achrdulfd.
Amrrlmn I.fflruf .
M'awhlnxton at Cleveland.
1'hlUdtlphla at Ht. 1-ouU
Ne-I York at Chicago.
Iloiton at Detroit.
Milwaukee nt Cotumbue.
Kaniaa City at Loulavtlt.
Mtnneapolla at lndlanapolla.
St. l'aul at Toledo. '
Pawhuaka at fhlekaaha.
Okmulgee at flprlnyfleld.
Itenryelta at r'ort Smith.
i:nld at Drumrliht.
AT WICHITA, I. TULSA !
AT Joplln 3. Oklahoma City 11.
At ft. Joafph 0, Omaha 3.
At Sioua city . Ilea Molnea 7.
At New York II. Cincinnati 1.
At llrooklyn 10, fit, Lnula I.
At Philadelphia 1. Chicago 3.
At lloalon , rittitiiircti 3,
I Amerlrnn lrutue.
At Chicago 3, New TTork 1.
At Bt. Loula e, rhllailalphla I.
At Detroit 1, Iloiton 3.
At Cleveland 10. Waahlnifton I.
At Coliunbua S, Kanaaa Cltr 9.
At Lflulivllle 3. Milwaukee 0.
At lndlanapolla :, fit. Tout 0.
At Toledo-Mlnneapollij no carnal ae
At (Springfield t. Okmulgee 13,
ai rnri rmnn , nenryetta 4.
At Chlckaaha S, l'ewhuika. 0.
At DrumrUht 4, Hnld 1.
CARTER LEADS LEAGUE
Victory Orcr Pan-American Tosaors
OlTCtJ Tuohcy'8 Men Iari In
City Oil league.
Carter climbed to tho top of the
City Oil leaguo with a victory over
P. and It., 7-6 at McNulty park yes
tcrduy evening, handing the new
comers their first setback since their
advent to the organization.
Carter held a 4-1 leoway to tho
sixth Inning when tho P. and It.
gathered four runs, mainly through
Ilandolphs playing too deep In tho
outfield. Carter en mo back In the
seventh with a threo huns rally
started by Hay pinch hitting for
Hayes pitched cxcellontly, fan
nlng nlno men but weakenod toward
the late stages of tho fray.
ran American und Texaco form
the contention this evening and it
victory for tho former will deadlock
them for tho leaguo lead again.
CAHTER 0 0 0 4,0 0 3-
r. & P.. 010004 05
Sacrifice hits Duff, Crain.
Stolen baao Klnnemcr Craw.
Base on balls Hayes 1, Crain 1
Struck out Hayes 9, Crain i
TJoubTo play Dean and Marcum
Pitching rtecord: Crain 7 hits, S
runs in 0 innings.
Loft on base Carter B, P. & P., 4,
111110 umpire Anurcws.
now and then.
Promotor Plummor showed tho
writer three wires signed by Carr,
Tho first; dated July 18, says: Terms
and data O. K. for Langford and
MCVca. 'The second, sent July 31
says: 'Hato Langford matched with
Mcvca August seventh, Hast Ccl-
cago. Get someone for McVca."
From these wires It Is evident that
Carr accepted tho bout with McVea
for Langford In good faith and for
tcomc reason hts man Is not carry
Ing out the acceptance of tho match
Will Itefund Money.
Fans who purchased tickets and
who do not care to seo tonight's
card may get meir money refunded
at the box office, said l'lummer last
Lewis has been working out here
since In his bount with Langford
nnd forunalely is In good condition
to sten his pest with Mcvca. "Pinky"
has snown splendid promise and to
night's go with tho veteran and for
mldable McVea will bo a real test
for the righting ability and game
ncss of the Tulsa negro.
"Young Bully" Smith and Bottling
Starlight, two clever Tulsa negroes
who have won, all their bouts In
Tulsa the past wo or three years
meet in the lo-round senu-windup
READY FOR STREET DANCE
KlUs rinbli Preparations for Fcto
Elks are making extenslvn prepa
rations for tho pavement danco to
morrow night, which is to be held
on.Houlder avenue, between Third
and Fourth streets, In front of tho
"fV'e aro expecting a record crowd
of Kike and their fhmllles. Jack
nelfand.'ln charge of arrangements,
said last night. 'The street Is to be
cleared of traffic, an excellent band
will furnish music, and there will
be refreshment- during the entire
"THAT LITTLE GAME"-
VEAH, HE Got'
he Hitched op
ujvm That -dme
HE 0SBT5 To Rust
TRIBE INCREASES LEAD
Indians Win from Crlffi M Yanks
lxxio to Wliltt) Kox Iliijno
Uonlon by Athlpllm
n.IBVKI.AS'l) All. a.rlevlan wnn
from Waahlngton today In a gania charac
terlaed by hard bitting; and reokloaa baaa
Washington l 019 130 000 t 10 1
Ueveland 110 HI OOavtO It I
HMIerlea Zachury, Mtoata and I'lcl.
nlclu Caldwell. Clark. lug by and O'Neill.
I'rnnock I F.fferttve.
DETROIT. Atrg. 3. Pennock held De
troit tn el hit. today while hla. malea
obtained 10 off .Ayera and Okrla ahd
Iioaton won. Tha Tlgera loat two chaneea
to acore when Veach waa caught at tha
Plato on a ehort paased ball and when
Cobb waatpul out when lie took a long
lead otf third and waa run down.
rioaton 100 101 000 3 It 6
Detroit 010 MOO M00 l c 3
llatlerlra rennock and Hchanir: Avera.
Okrla and llaiilon.
"Itnla" J'aker Jlenta Carl Mara.
CHICAGO. Auk- 3. Kah.r had Ih. edea
on Maya today and Chlnago defeated New
lorx, "iiaoa - nutn draw tnree walk, and
on 111. other trip to tha plate he elngled
aharply to ahort. A crowd cetlmaled of.
lictauy at 21,000 aaw the game.
New York 00 too oeo t t 0
Chicago 100 000 10a 3 II 1
Tlattarlea Mays and lluel) l'Ber and
A'a Iloneli lilt. WUh Krrore.
ST. fX)UlH. Aug. a. lhl1irftnhL
bunched hlta and 'aided by local errors
defeated Ht, lxul today.
Philadelphia 030 070 0003 It 0
lit. Loula 110 003 110 II
Iiatterlea uurwell. vanal der. l.iflel
and . S.vereld: llarrla, Itomtnell and
TOY. W- C. A. CAMP
Those Between Age's of 8
and 18 Invited this
Week to Parthenia
Qlrls between the ages of S and IS.
Individually or in groups, nro wel
come at the Y. W. C. A. camp this
week, MUts Vateda Hoebcl, recrea
tion secretary In charge of tho camp,
declared yesterday while on a trip
In tho camp Ford for Ice.
Both "high" and grado school girls
are now at the camp. A number
also spent last week In camp und
ecarcely a day passed without somo
ono calling her mother In Tulsa and
Insisting that she wants to "stay
Just one moro day." An outdoor
supper was cookod on a natural fire.
placo yesterday evening.
Tho girls aro deriving enjoyment
from fashioning a book from an
original fairy story composed at the
camp by Miss Emily Chenault, a
Junior at the Tulsa high school.
The Btory, which was type written, Is
being put In book form and Illus
trated wit hkodak pictures taken In
costums on Sunday, The story dcab
with a beggar fairy who In changed
Into a sycamore tree with her at
tendants as balls nn her branches,
when the Queen of the fairies dis
covers that the fairy hag been ob
taining gifts for her palace undor
Women of the Fidetls class of tho
First llaptlst church will have din
ner and .an afternoon of recreation
at Frlendshln Iodg on Thursday,
On aturday afternoon Mrs. Victor
Hunt, employment fcccrettiry, will
go to the camp with young women
whom she has met through tho em
ployment offlco for a week-end visit,
JAPS RESENT U. S. POLICY
Js'lpponrso Newspapers Urging That
Tlioy snow uiuicu i rum.
(By Tho Associated Press.)
TOKIO. Aug. 3 Special - dls
patches from the United Stales de
scribing the recent conference held
at which tho general situation In the
ntw hlch the general situation in the
Far I'ast was discussuil and the sug
gestion In some of tho dispatches
that Clreat llrltaln la showing signs
of Joining tho United States In her
Far East policy have served to In
crease the ncrvonsnewi hero over
Leading newspapers ilovo.to
lengthy editorials to dlscusnlnn 'of
the situation und generally demand
that the Japanese people show an
I I e ' I ' '!, "V I CTSM f I I J . : 1 III 11111
GEE, I TRIED To
HRE HER To
ST A MO IN MY
IT CANT BE
THk 5TENOO 1
nni'MniilllT. Okla., Aug. 3. Jin
Park, former Oklahoma City WeoleeVi
leaguo hurler, proved rnaater of tho
mound at all tlmea today, winning the
gama from Unld, 4 to 1.
jluld I 0
Drumrlght 4 7 0
Hatterlea Ulggera and Lamb) Tark and
TOUT RS1ITI1, Ark., Aug. 3 Pitcher
Dunham of the Henry'a waa wild Irt the
aeventh today, walking four nien anil hit
ting another. The twtna mad four rune
on one hit And won the eecond game of
tha serlee her with Henrietta.
In tha vlaltora halt ol tne aeventh. with
tho bare full. Keoond Iluaeman Ilennlver
hit to the venter field fence for threo
aaea, but overran llobloeon ahead 01 Mm
an effort to atrelch tha hit Into a
home run, and both runnera wero doubled
nut at the plate,
llenryeltn 110 000 3004 3 I
Port Hmllh 000 100 4013 0
Iiatterlea Dutnam and Ilelli Miller
and flchmiat. T
t'ltlCICASIIA. Okla.. Aug.
Lewie worked In wonderful form thla
trrnonn allowing Pawhueka only tlv
ainglea and abutting tbam out to 0,
I'nwhiieka 0 fi 4
Chlckaaha 3 C ft
Ilatterlee numora ana ralmeri L.awla
CPnlN'CIKIMLD. Ilo.. Aug. 1 Driller.
took! the eecond game of the aerlea har
touay. 12 to a. masing a nailing be
the einene of Jnnea and Hoover.
Wl llama. Oknmlaeo rlrni. fielder cot
flv out of ale. a home, trlbl. two bar-
ger ana tingle.
Okmulgee ; 13 II 3
Snlr ngf e Id t ft 13
iiaiteriea imnn ana rrommi jonea.
lioover and tiomea.
Sam McVea Meets "Pinky" Lewis;
Provides Test For Tulsa Scrapper
Sam McVea. srreat nefrro
Lewis, of Tulsa, in a 15-round bout hero tonight. This' is
Lewis' hardest test and will give Tulsa fans an opportunity
to see tne promising local heavyweight in action.
-Worse'n Ladies' Nijiht
- NAu; -
COT T OUT I
ftND HIS BRIDE.
WHO'S SAY IS IT ?
Voo oud HENS WIUU
SUPERBAS GAIN GAME
Ivwlcni ucnt Cards While nel josc
In UlanlM Cubs Ileal Phlllls
Plruloe Heat llrnvcn
IinOOi:i,TN, AUf 1. nrooMyrf ham
mered three Hi. Loula fllchera today and
St. Loul 000 000 3011 13 I
llrooklyn' 100 001 OS 10 II 3
llatterleo May, North, ilcCarty, Nil
hotter i Cadsre, lletnau.t n,l Ulllilt.
MrTulllwn'a VillilnMa foully.
UOSTON, Aug, 3. I'tlteburgli defeated
Iloiton today taking advantage of lc
(Julllan'a wlldne.a Inthe eecond Inning.
Plltebutgh tiO 000 0001 I 1
Iioaton 000 000 00! 3 I 3
llattetlee Ponder and llaetfntri ilo
Qulllan, hcotl and O'Neill.
Cuhh. IVIn In lOtn.
I'llll.ADliU'lllA. Aug. . Itlle by
fterb. Terry anil Pa.kert. won a 10-lnnlng
gam for Chicago here today, making
three atraigni from in locale.
Chicago 001 000 0003 3 13 0
Philadelphia '001 000 0000 J 0
U tterlea Aleiandtr4 and KIIIKe'i Pi;-
ey ana Wheat,
fllanle (lei 19 lilt".
NEW TOltK. Aug. 3. New Tork S-.t
ted with Cincinnati pitcher, for a total
of It hlta today and won.
Cincinnati 000 010 000 t t
New York 313 310 30i tl II 3
Iiatterle Kllr, (ling, Klaher and Marl
dent Wlngaf Toney,Hinlth anl Oontaiea.
he'avyweicht who mccta "Pinky'
OMAHA WINS 2-0
Indians. Defeat Miners
Boosters Win from
TIT. JOSIll'lt, Aug. 3 I'luli horn run
by l.ee in the eltlh Inning and air light
Mtrhing by I unr won tn game tor
Omaha today 3 tu 0. 1'uhr allowed but
Omaha 000 003 000 3
St. Joeeph 000 000 0000
Hune Plait, I.eei error llaneyi
eatned runa Omaha 3 llae-a on belle
lloee I: IMhr 1. struck out una i
Fuhr I. Left on bAeea Omaha t: Rt.
Joiedi Ot Two bee hlte Plett. Ilotn
run. lje nil I'y Jlirner niner ny
rulir. Hlnlen bare tllfclaeon. t onnolty.
Vmplrea t'lttpatrlck and Daly. Tim 1:11.
Mlnera Ix-e I Slh SlntlgM.
Jni'I.lN. a ug I. Oklahoma mi y mad
It four alralghl for the aerlea her today,
winning II to 3, from the Mlnera. It waa
the I ft t Ik conaecutlva defeat fur Ih Joplln
Oklahoma City (3 001 00011
Joplln 100 300 0003
Itune Pitt , Moore. Harper I, I.tndi-
tnnre, (Iraham, lierr nger. Covington I,
Hlull, Dogart. Yockey. Crrnra llairlnaer,
fltult 3, Krueger, 1'arrell 3. liaae on ball.
Cnvlngton 1; Mchenberg 3, t'errel I. Hao-
ruice hit rerreii. noor, rm, uarringer,
lilt by pitcher- Harper by I'errel. Left
beeee Oklahoma t'lty a. jotiiin T,
Three baee hlta Stula, I'llt. Two baa
hit tlrlftllh. Moor. Htolen haaee Moor
Lindimote, (imhiim. naik Covington,
lid Mich Terrell 3. Blruek out by
Cnvlngton 3i Kerrel I. Doubt playa
Ptuta to Dunn to Ifrueger, Tookey tn
Krueger tn Wegner learned run and
hlte off Hchenberg I and 7 In 3i off
Terrell and 1 In ti nff Covington 3
and 10 In D, 1rnplrei Pecker and I.au-
aon, Time I no.
Itonelrre Win In I3lh.
HIOl.'Z CITY Aug. 3 Dee Molne took
alow gam from th Packer her today
by 7 to acoro in ii inning. sj
Ilea Molne 013 000 300 000 17
Rloui Cltr 313 010 000 000 00
llune Moeller, O'Connor 3, Trench t.
Coffey, lluokalew. Crouch, Marr, Defale,
Mlffert. fooney. l.yona. ISrrora MrDer.
motl. O'Connor, JCnoney, llaeea nn ball
uattnport I, iidtnwaid 7. I.vuna I, Much
lew I, Hacrlflc hlta Hplllman, Marr,,
Meti, Two baa hlta Moeller, O'Connor.
Left nn bee-i Hlout city 1 ft t Dee Molnea
13. Stolen baara Moellar, Trench, O'Con
nor. J:rn.1 runa and hit off Odenwald
3 and 3 In 3 1-Ji nff Davenport 3 end 3
In I I 1 1 off Iluekalew I and ft tn 10 9.1
nff l.yona 3 and I In 10 3-3, Struck out
wdenneni n l.yona 7, iluekalew 7
i-eerd ban spiiiman. winning pitcher
iiuekh rw . i,oeinir iniciirn i.roni. inn.
pltea Jacoba and t.tuion. Time 3,11.
Thorp, Smith, Panning
and Others Fight
INDEPENDENCE Kan.. Aug, 3,
Thirty rounds of boxing will bo tho
feature attraction nt tho second an
nual reunion of tho local American
Legion Post at Independence Tlilirs
day, August S, oh n, climax to tho
days' festivities. The nthlotlo pro,
gram Is scheduled to start promptly
at kuo in tne league uuao ban
park whero ample seating capacity
has been arranged for, Klectrlo
iigiiin properly arranged win marts
the contestant plainly visible from
every teotion of thn amphitheater,
Harvey Thorp of Kansas City, and
Curley Hnilth of Oklahoma, both
well known welter wolghln, will
ftirnlth the main bout. Doth men
urn to weigh In at 145 pounds
Thursday afternoon at 3 o'clock nnd
word from their training quarters
are to tho effect that they will both
make the weight. Neither , of the
men need an Introduction to the
lovers of flntlanla , In Oklahoma.
They will travel over the ton round
Tlev, Earl A. Wtfiekman, "Tho
fighting Parson" of Chanuto will
be the third man In tha ring.
Arloi Fanning, of Ilnrlleavllle will
meet Jack Martin nf Kansas City.
In A in-round go, and am scheduled
tn weigh In at 130 pounds, Thurs
day afternoon. Jimmy Lannlng and
Dudley Steele of Kansas City are
also matched for a 10. round bout,
Edward W. Cochrane, sportlnrr
editor of the Kanxaa City Journal
will referee these two bouts.
Ilave You a Little
Pairv in Your Home?
Here's One for You
Hag 'any Tulsa family a placo In
their home for little nlno-ycar-nld
Luellle'a mother died In Kansnti
two years ago and her threo small
brothers and threo ulsters have been
adopted by dltforont families. A
three year old batiy nrotiier now
bears tho name of a local family nnd
n homo la aio wumea tor Liicuie
Lucille Is at !18 tlotilli, Green
wood. Her father, f. F. Savage, Is
truck driver for a distributing com
Wednesday, August 4, 1920
Sam Langford . SamMacVea
Boston Tar Baby Son Francisco
15 ROUNDS ,
Young Bully Smith Battling Starlight
Tulsa, Okla. Tulm, t)Mo.
BATTLE ROYAL :
(OKI) GAIIAff, lleferec) v
rniCEft l. is, $3. lltwHde l. PJtw War Ta
Scat Kulc Young llrr., 12 Kast Third St.. Phono 2011 ; Uiuls Pallau
Fool Hall, H VmhI Third SI.. Phono .HU0
Ringed by Tul.st Atlilcllu CI lib J (icti. I'liuiuner, Mgr.
Bowman in Great Form
While Mates Bat
WITCHES GET 15 HITS
'our Extra-Uaso Drives
eluded Both Club
Ily SPECIAL COHItESPONDENT
WICHITA. Kan.. Aug. 3. Wichita
won tho lust gamo of the series 4 to 1
und in.ide It a clean sweep of tho
four games, Tho locals batted liurn
and easily won It. Abo llowman mr
Wlchltu, hurled almost iiitticsri mm
(t ml hel l the Ollcm U threw scal-
ercd blows. TI.o last ono watt a
triple by llurko which rnrao after n
batter had walked and scored the
only run of the gamt for Tulsa,
Wichita connected witn id nits
off Hler, Including a homer and
hree, doubles, Tho Oiler soutnpaw
however, held In the plnclu-s and on
rrped witn but four runs against
him, Two of theso wero thri result
of a long drlvo over tho center field
fence by Manager Joo Merger with
one iiirtli on haso.
Oilers I'ltlil Well.
Thn iramo was well played and
nlco fielding by Tul.i kept the score
down although the lone error nf tho
game, a dropped throw ny -iiernej.
wui cxttt'iuciy costly as ucrgw
Wichita backed llowman witn
great support but It wot not needca
bo badly as the Wichita hurler wus
In rare fofm. lie han tninm mi rue
own way In the first sir. Innings and
the Oilers went out In one, two
three order. . . ..
lluwmon pltehod hut three nans
lo rctlrn tho tide In tho flftii ami
but flVi In tho second. He want
oned slightly In the eighth when he
walKod umls, ilrnnron icrccu uavis
und Hler, went outnt first but Uurke
got his 'second hit of the gamo a
triple to luft nnd brought home the
only run of tho contest for Tulsa.
Heat Alicnucu nenw.
Tho sorles here ha ucen tho best
attondod of any series over played
hore. Large crowds have attended
trvrry gunio and there worp moro
than 14,000 paid adnitf-ntolis to the
arlcs, cnniervutlce cllmati place
the total ttendance at well ovur
H.OOO tut ladles- doy Monoay arew
lilg ortiwa oi lair mi uriui-
2.&0C paid udmlrslons
Thero were nuout aB paia a
W chtla started in on iiier in in)
third Inning but wasted a run. Orlf
fin ltd off with a double, un a
short nnssed ball he tried to mako
third but was thrown out on a great,
ninv liu lirunnoii. Hmltn soon tot
lowed with a long single to rllfht
whlnli veil wanted. -
Tho locals olo failed toMOre In
the second after two singles' had
placed men on bases as a sharp dou-
b In n ay retired tno siae, une locnis
got tho first run In thn fourth.
Wushburn led off with a doable and
went to third on a sacrifice, Yryn
then pulled a cl-vcr piece of work
to bring in the first run. Hler had
nrder.1 to pass him and had thrown
threo wide nnd high ones when
t ran reached out and craoktd a
hall .over his head for a Texas leguer
over! short which scored Washburn.
Meok fanned. A walk tlnd an Infield
hit hv Conlan filled tho bases but
ill If fin grounded to Tlerney when
Conluli whs callod safo at first on
hU Hlow tap to McMqnus the lattor
protested so ulrongly tnut no was
chased to tho showers and CJuerry
took his place on the initial bag,
llrruei' UcM Homer.
l-ltl, iwn rrnlln In tilfi fifth WaSll"
burn singled and, got'to second when
Tlorney dropped iirannons low
Ihrow. it was a iuthr hard chance,
howevor, Derger then smasiied 'ono
high over Connelly's liean lor n cir-
cult drive, fflngles by Yaryan ana
Heck followed tut they were wosioa
when Huttcr filed out. .
The Witthlfs got their last tally
In the eighth aflur1 tho Oilers had
made one. Dutler singled nnd stole
second, He. counted on Griffin's long
double to left.
Tulsa went out In order In tho last
Inning an llowman had recovered
1ifn control and burned thcra ncros
tha plate again.
132 Irish Officials
Quit in Three Weeks
DUBLIN, Aug. 3. During tho last.
three weeks of July. 132 magistrates
In Iroland resigned their liritisn
cnmml'Mnns, according to a story
published tonight. The rensons gen
erally nro attrlbutod lo protest
against tho present methods of Drlt.
Ish nttinliilMiiitlnn. On the other
hund the MUthiirltles.iisHert the) reslg-
nallonH wero duo to Hum Fein tor
Poor Ilicr (cd) Help
.'Me .Mmiiiih, Ih
I hull, rf
All. It. II.
I 0 i
O. A. 15.
n ii n
20 1 3 SI 12 1
I ll "
4 17 27 It 1
oon orw oio i
000 120 Olv I
bolts Bowman 3: Hler
hits Ilergcr, Wuffll.
Lett on bases Wlr.hlta 3: Tuls.n 6.
Tivn batn hlta Orlffln S. Wah
burn. Three ba.ni lilU llurke.
Homo run- Berger. Stolen bages
Washburn. Oilffln. Jtutlcr. Double
plnys MoMantis, Wuffll nnd o
Manns, fllruclc oul nowman 4;
Hlor 3. Vmplrrs Wilson olid Flood.
Tlnm JiSR, ,
WA8HINOTON, Aug, 3. A de
frnslvo plllance between Lithuania.
Finland, Ethonla and IasM will h
conRldered nt n conferonro of repre
sentatives of tho four Baltic stales
tn bo held nt niga shortly, accord
ing to official advices rrclvd to.
day from Kovno by Lithuania en
YANKS TO FlfiHT 0ANT11
Offlcerti Apply for Pofilllmw hi Jix
irrxlltlon Government Ih scnAlng
Against ltebcll English too
lfl ANOKLK3 Atlg. 3. Numer-
ou British and American .army and
nnvy nfflcdrs are applying to tho
Mcxirnn consuiata ncrei for positions
In tho forces the central Mexican
government was reported tn ho pre,
pnrlng to send to Lower California
against Governor Wsfivan Cantn. nc.
cnrdlntr to Erttmrdo Ttlx. local rep.
resentatlvo of tho ao facjto Mexican
ON your arrival tho
welcome you with Icy.
cold, refreshing Ward's
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